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Old 05-27-2007, 10:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an att red pearl, and I kinda wanted to try and use the TMO My Favs. I know that I will need to hack the tmo service books to send the application over to my pearl. Just a few random questions about doing this.

1. Has anyone done this before?
2. Does it work?
3. Is this a waste of time?
4. Where can I get the TMO service books to edit them down?
5. Is it as easy as I think it should be?

I plan on just using it as a speed dial dial program, since that what is basically is. TIA!!!!
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3. is correct.
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Using speed dial built in to the BB would be much simpler.
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I know that the built in speed dial would be easier... Heck, I use it now, but it just thought it would be a fun little project to screw around with on this hot @$$ Sunday afternoon. Plus it would be unique and a little different.
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