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Old 09-24-2007, 02:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone been able to get Ygo 2.0 on the 8320??

I figured if it worked for the 8300 I could force it on here somehow.

Tried a couple sms links but could not get it to work.

If anyone knows anything let me know.

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I really only use it to access my flickr account as it loads and saves the thumbnails. Pretty cool actually.

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Bump!

I use Yahoo Go, to load all of my contacts OTA.
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Works on a 8830 !
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No luck here...
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Old 09-25-2007, 10:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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No luck here...
Doesn't work for me either. Hopefully Yahoo or RIM can figure this out soon, I really started to like Yahoo Go 2.0!
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I've been using Y! Go 2.0 on my Curve 8300 for a few weeks. Tonight I fired it up for the first time since upgrading my OS a few days ago. It would NOT cooperate. I had to select my country again - which I did - and then it clunked along on the next step, telling me it was configuring, and then downloading, and after a few mins it aborted with an error msg telling me to exit and load it again.

I repeated this half a dozen times, and if FINALLY worked.

My point - don't give up. I'm guessing it's not an issue with Y! Go and the 8320 so much as it may be a provisioning problem from Yahoo...
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I've been using Y! Go 2.0 on my Curve 8300 for a few weeks. Tonight I fired it up for the first time since upgrading my OS a few days ago. It would NOT cooperate. I had to select my country again - which I did - and then it clunked along on the next step, telling me it was configuring, and then downloading, and after a few mins it aborted with an error msg telling me to exit and load it again.

I repeated this half a dozen times, and if FINALLY worked.

My point - don't give up. I'm guessing it's not an issue with Y! Go and the 8320 so much as it may be a provisioning problem from Yahoo...

I used to use Y2Go on my Dash, but it is not compatible with the 8320 yet. I tried installing it the other day and that was the message I received. Sucks too, Yahoo 2 Go is a great app!
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Has anybody had any luck installing Yahoo 2.0?

I am also waiting for some solution from RIM or Yahoo.
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Fails to install on mine still.
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With so little memory on the 8320 who has room for Yahoo Go? I have TeleNav, Google Maps, no extra themes and have removed all the unnecessary stuff and only get about 21Mb free after a battery pull. With the same setup on my Pearl I had 31Mb free after a reboot. I think I'll pass on Yahoo! Go.
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How did you get telenav on there? What did you remove, that isnt needed?


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I loaded TeleNav from the ATT 8300 link for Telenav. I removed all the languages, the help file, Brickbreaker, all the IM apps (put JiveTalk on instead), removed the demo video, removed the MyFaves apps, and did NOT install any extra themes. The OS for the 8320 is quite a memory hog. Great device but it needs 128Mb of memory.
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Telenav loads fine on my 8320 as well. That was the first app I loaded up even though I don't have a GPS puck yet. :(

I've never paid much attention to the space an application takes up, even with my 7520 I had telenav and probably 12 other applications on it and it chugged along just fine.
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You'll need to pay attention to it on these devices. On my 7100t I could get down to 4Mb free with no issues except for a quick hourglass here and there. With these devices you'll lose call logs and emails if you get below 12-15Mb.
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Hmm, strange.. When I do an ALT+CAP+H it shows my file free at about 5MB or so. But when I load an application through desktop manager it shows that it has 36MB free. I've got a ton of crap along with things I use daily on it. Haven't had any problems with missing call log entries or emails. Looks like my phone call logs have 1400 records in them from the database manager, and that is including loading call logs from my old blackberry. I like to keep track of my phone calls for 30 days if needed.

I just never save more then 30 days forward or backwards on this device as I am not sure how it would do under that weight. 30 days is plenty for on the go.

I'll have to watch my logs and calls a little closer, and make sure I don't start seeing the hourglass. As it is I rarely ever see it, only when changing configs or something of that nature.
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I have this unit about 3 months and am starting to run low on memory. Can anyone give me specific instructions on deleting the preloaded video and pictures. Is there any way to use the micro sd card for expansion (other than music/picts)? Any other suggestions are welcome.
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I didn't even know this program existed until reading this thread last night. So I downloaded it and it installed perfectly. I have a paid-for Yahoo! Pro account for my email and I have so many contacts there and didn't even know I could use this to do an OTA address book sync. So I did it last night and it worked great. I love this!

I'm using the latest OS for the 8300 (Singapore Telecom) and it worked flawlessly.
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I miss having the great Go! Flickr interface part on my 8320, it was fantastic on the 8100. C'mon Yahoo, let's get it in gear! The masses are grumbling...
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There's no way to install an 8300 version? I haven't even looked into it.
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There's no way to install an 8300 version? I haven't even looked into it.
Sure - use the desktop browser with a User-Agent set to the 8300, navigate to the JAD link then send that URL to your blackberry - bypass the Yahoo checks.

BB 8300 User-Agent:
“BlackBerry8300/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102xxx8243;

Howto use it:
nokia symbian user agents & phone masquerading « rivviepop phantom

I just did this and the JAD and URL seem to be dynamically encoded with a cookie, for instance here's my JAD URL:
http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/software...3f6ee5767a0a5f

JAD contents:
Code:
RIM-COD-SHA1-4: f8 fc 0e 97 7f 8c 7f c7 0f cb 86 d6 54 48 a4 c8 73 03 1d 58
RIM-COD-SHA1-3: b3 55 f1 2b 7a d8 c1 d8 25 57 31 3c a3 9f 45 ad 85 23 3b e7
RIM-COD-SHA1-2: 15 d4 9f d7 e9 ae 96 92 e7 ac d9 00 55 2e 25 1c fd 10 f2 61
RIM-COD-URL-11: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-11.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANJCTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-SHA1-1: 6b 2a 83 bf f4 c8 bc 44 c4 3b 60 a0 e1 41 9d 1d c3 4d 6a 12
RIM-COD-URL-10: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-10.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANIyTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
MIDlet-Icon: /ygo_icons/logo.png
MIDlet-Jar-Size: 62442
MIDlet-Name: Yahoo! Go
MIDlet-Jar-URL: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo.jar;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANJSTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
MicroEdition-Configuration: CLDC-1.1
Patch-Version: 03
MIDlet-Permissions: javax.microedition.pim.ContactList.read,javax.microedition.pim.ContactList.write
MIDlet-Description: Yahoo! Go
RIM-COD-URL-9: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-9.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANIiTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-8: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-8.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANISTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-7: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-7.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANICTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-Module-Dependencies: net_rim_cldc,net_rim_pdap,net_rim_bbapi_invoke,net_rim_bbapi_browser,net_rim_os,net_rim_locationapi
RIM-COD-URL-6: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-6.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANHyTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-5: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-5.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANHiTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-4: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-4.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANHSTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-3: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-3.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANHCTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-2: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-2.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANGyTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-URL-1: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo-1.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANGiTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
logCategories: ALL
RIM-COD-Size-9: 80944
RIM-COD-Size-8: 63432
RIM-COD-Size-7: 76616
RIM-COD-Size-6: 72320
RIM-COD-Size-5: 65036
RIM-COD-Size-4: 68468
RIM-COD-Size-3: 69796
RIM-COD-Module-Name: YahooGo
RIM-COD-Size-2: 68840
RIM-COD-Size-1: 103140
RIM-COD-SHA1: aa 9b 82 42 fb 7e 19 dc b9 17 19 b4 1c 67 a8 fe f6 e1 9b 97
RIM-COD-Size: 61608
MicroEdition-Profile: MIDP-2.0
regionalBuild: ${region}
RIM-COD-Size-11: 64056
RIM-COD-Size-10: 66244
MIDlet-Vendor: Yahoo!, Inc.
MIDlet-1: Yahoo! Go,/ygo_icons/logo.png,com.yahoo.go.app.YGo
RIM-COD-URL: http://swacmgr.go.yahoo.com/smb/product/j2me/2.0.4903/YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2/Blackberry_V4TB_320x240_Research_In_Motion_Ltd__BlackBerry_8300/YahooGo.cod;_ylt=Az9Mafp43wNHOJANGSTYTmYJ?v=1.0&updt=0&isrc=1GWXFP
RIM-COD-SHA1-11: b9 bb 0c 7e 60 35 d7 21 3d b4 63 ad 71 2e a7 31 53 a3 6f b7
RIM-COD-SHA1-10: e5 8d 8d cd 47 65 4d 3c 70 e2 99 2e 7b 0b 79 e1 02 1f 9c 7a
Manifest-Version: 1.0
MIDlet-Version: 2.0.49
Created-By: 1.4.2_13-b06 (Sun Microsystems Inc.)
MIDlet-Info-URL: http://www.yahoo.com
defaultHost: api.go.yahoo.com
RIM-COD-SHA1-9: ad 9d 26 21 0d d4 2e ff e7 8c 18 24 fd 4a 45 f6 64 98 d3 05
RIM-COD-SHA1-8: 1d eb 8b 23 0e cb ef 67 b7 10 be 55 3a 69 a5 5d 0c 08 51 21
RIM-COD-SHA1-7: 54 75 43 42 52 91 8d b6 de f6 93 ef 0e ab de c3 ac e9 c1 f5
RIM-COD-SHA1-6: 9d 23 94 66 65 1e e0 9a b4 d9 1c 4b 3b f3 a7 03 1c 5e b7 58
Ant-Version: Apache Ant 1.7.0
buildNumber: 1078
RIM-COD-Creation-Time: 1185955147
RIM-COD-SHA1-5: d0 42 d0 91 e6 20 8b 08 8d 59 b7 88 d9 ca 22 c3 95 ce bc 97
preselectedINTL: us
jadUniqueID: OtLa
deployid: YAHOO_YGO_JAVA_2
carrier: UNKNOWN
isrc: 1GWXFP
makemodel: RIM_BlackBerry 8300
deviceTypeID: 3825
provgo: 6a3f6ee5767a0a5f
I'll want to study this before installing on my 8320, just to see if I can figure out any downsides first.
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