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Old 10-07-2008, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For the few that have the device...has anyone been able to connect to TMO UMA?
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Old 10-09-2008, 12:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 10-10-2008, 09:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Did you have to do anything special...like add certs?
I am running.155...I added the necessary certs and still no joy
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you are running .155 on the 8220? Which carrier? Also the device has to be branded by that carrier. For instance a TIM 8220 will NOT get UMA on Tmobile US
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Yep...4.6.0.155
The device is unbranded
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its unlikely you will get UMA at all then
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Hmmm...

I can hit WIFI but no UMA
I thought adding the necessary certs would hlep the cause...but I guess I will just have to wait for an official OS from TMO.

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an official OS wouldnt do anything. The firmware will not allow it, and can only be changed by RIM with the engineering OS and a dongle. Other than that you will never get UMA on that thing. HAS to be carrier branded.
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Great info...thanks
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UMA works for me, running 151
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Old 10-17-2008, 01:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Does this mean that my AT&T 8820 will not be able to do UMA even though Rogers now has the 8820?
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Does this mean that my AT&T 8820 will not be able to do UMA even though Rogers now has the 8820?
The AT&T device does not support UMA. It doesn't matter what carrier you are on.
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For thsoe who have their UMA working, does it handoff from UMA to EDGE properly or does your call usually drop? I'm having a huge problem with UMA to EDGE handoffs dropping calls with my 8220. Tried .151 and .174 with same result.
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Stupid Question how do I know if UMA is working or not I see the WI-FI logo on the screen and no UMA when making a call. How do I verify that it is working?
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You will see something like:

UMA ((( i )))

At the top of your screen you will see:

T-Mobile: Linksys (or netgear or whatever your router's SSID is)
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You will see something like:

UMA ((( i )))

At the top of your screen you will see:

T-Mobile: Linksys (or netgear or whatever your router's SSID is)

I see the SSID but cant get the UMA is there anything special needed to be set up on the phone?
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