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Old 12-05-2008, 06:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a BlackBerry Bold 9000. When attempting to download the Yellowpages.com Mobile application I get the following error messages:

(1) "The server returned the following error while attempting to fulfill your request: ‘Connection Timed Out’.” Or,

(2) “Download failed” and “907 Invalid COD A network error occurred.”

I erased the "YP VPL 9000 [BrowserConfig]" Service Book and the YELLOWPAGES.COM Mobile icon returned after a hard reset. Then, I made another attempt to download the application but got the following error message again: "The server returned the following error while attempting to fulfill your request: ‘Connection Timed Out’." (I have been able to download and install other applications.)

If the YELLOWPAGES.COM Mobile icon is going to be pushed back again into my BlackBerry, I want to make it work. Any ideas?
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I got an email from a Yellowpages.com Customer Support representative. He wrote:

"We have been working on this issue all day. It is intermittent and therefore very hard to pin down... We are working on the issue as quickly as we can."
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And the icon will continue to come back, as it is pushed to you from AT&T as part of their bloatware collection. You can hide it but you can't get rid of it permanently. Also, I understood there were some charges associated with the use of YPM.
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And the icon will continue to come back, as it is pushed to you from AT&T as part of their bloatware collection. You can hide it but you can't get rid of it permanently. Also, I understood there were some charges associated with the use of YPM.
Surprisingly, this one is free (except for any applicable data charges depending on one's plan with AT&T). Considering that a 411 call is $1.79, this is a good tool to have.
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YELLOWPAGES.com solved the problem. I was able to download and install the application.
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