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Old 09-17-2007, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I can't take credit for this one -- saw it on a thread on the *other* BB site... But for all us 8300 users on T-Mobile, it looks like good news.

If you go to Host Routing Tables and reregister - TMo will shoot you a new service book that for configuring your BB web browser. I see at least one new item in my favorites, and T-Zones now recognizes my phone as an 8300.

At least a couple of people on the other forum have reportedly succeeded in getting the standard TMo service books and browser with the latest 8300 OS (Voda I believe). I haven't had time to try this yet - either later tonight for first thing in the AM. But I think the 8300 is finally properly supported on TMo!!!
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That is good news! (if it really does work.)
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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so does this mean we (tmobile users w/ 8300) can install the latest os, send the service book and we will get a browser icon?
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:38 PM   #4 (permalink)
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That's what he's saying. Who's gonna be the guinnea pig?
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Aww I don't have my 8300 to try this one out.. This is an awesome news too!
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I just watched at least 3 people "over there" post their success using the latest VodafoneSmartone OS, getting full browser service books from TMo on their Curves! I'm downloading now...(I can personally attest to seeing the new service book from TMo even with the O2 OS -- just go to HRT, register, and you'll see it in a few mins...)
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That's what he's saying. Who's gonna be the guinnea pig?

I'm going to try it out. Updating now!
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I'm going to try it out. Updating now!
Remember to delete vendor.alx on the PC after the PC install, and before connecting the BB and running DM...
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Remember to delete vendor.alx on the PC after the PC install, and before connecting the BB and running DM...



about 1/2 way through the load JVM and software step.
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Eagerly waiting to hear the results!
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I installed 4.2.2.222 with success.
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Eagerly waiting to hear the results!
on the second to last step, the one that takes forever. sit tight!

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Eagerly waiting to hear the results!
LOL what are you waiting for kasper? hop in!
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So I'm guessing none of you guys are gonna hop in the 8320 bandwagon?
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LOL what are you waiting for kasper? hop in!
I would if I didn't have to go to bed soon. Have to be up way too early to stay up with this tonight if it doesn't work. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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So I'm guessing none of you guys are gonna hop in the 8320 bandwagon?
I'll be on it first thing Monday morning. Getting two. Plan on taking full advantage of the Hotspot@Home.
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When I just re-registered on the HRT, I got the following service book:

BISB TMO8300TMO8310 [BrowserConfig]
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I'll be on it first thing Monday morning. Getting two. Plan on taking full advantage of the Hotspot@Home.
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I guess T-mobile is getting ready for the 8300 launch next week.
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