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Old 07-02-2005, 10:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am having no help from T-Mobile, and looking online is just confusing me.
I cant get Verichat or Ramble to work on my 7290 on T-Mobile.
I get messages such as "could not open tunnel - failed"

I have the APN set as general.t-mobile.uk and have also tried blackberry.net

but I am sure T-Mobile need to do something, yet when I called them - he said they dont black anything and that they cant help as its a third party program.

there must be someone out there with a blackberry on T-Mobile in the UK who has got this working.

someone help please!

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Old 07-02-2005, 11:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would recommended upgrading your firmware for the latest 4.0.2.32 first, older firmware have some data problems sometimes.
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how would I go about upgrading my firmware?

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If you search the forums. there's lot of notes about it, but for TMobile, just go to http://software.se.t-mobile.com/ and download what you need, all the instructions should be there as well.
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