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Old 08-23-2005, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im new to the blackberry thing and i need some help. First i would like to no if i can get aim on my 7250 and i would also like to no if you can change the internet browser on it. I would really apriciate it if anyone could help me out.
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Change the internet browser?? Not sure, that's a question for someone else, I guess.

As for the AIM, there USED to be a nice application called Ramble that was free. That is, up until recently when we BELIEVE AOL put an end to it. Unfortunately, unless I am mistaken, the maker of this software has not released a fix for this. Outside of that application, there are other pay-applications, such as Verichat, that will allow you to access your AIM on your BB. I would check out the Aftermarket Software forum here on BB Forums for more information.
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Sorry, mate, the Ramble option is officially no longer available. A shut down on the AOL side. Looks like you're going to have to pay if you want your AIM on your BB.
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