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Old 09-10-2008, 01:43 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I just downloaded the files mshipek provided for aim and then the service books as well and got it working.

The way to install the service books is to do a restore and choose the servicebooks.ipd file mshipek provided. I backed up my phone before installing the service books incase i ran into a problem but all it does is update your service books and nothing else.

I also had to go and delete a few service books that were for mshipek such as email and some others i knew i did not need.

You should register with rim again on your phone just to be safe and then log in to the BIS and send your services books for email.
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:45 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I will have to say that I was never able to get AIM before this so I thank mshipek for giving the info and files.
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Old 09-10-2008, 02:36 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I was successful as well on my 8300 running 4.5.0.69

I did have to delete some of mshipek's service books, but all worked well. Here's the procedure I took:

- Ran Desktop Manager and chose Backup and Restore. Chose Advanced, and opened the IPD file supplied. Clicked the Service Books on the left side of the window, and click the right arrows to move it to my BB.

- Still in Desktop Manager, I went to Application Loader, Add/Remove Programs, and clicked the Browse button to find the ALX file for Instant Messenger. Ran through the install process.

- Opened the AIM file now on my BB and signed in.

- Went to Options - Advanced - Host Routing Table. Clicked the menu button and chose to register with the network.

- Went online to my BIS admin page and resent the service books.

- Opened Options - Advanced - Service Book and deleted all mshipek-specific service books. 2 of his email addresses were in there, so you're looking for 2 CICAL and 2 CMIME entries from him.

- Finally, went to Options - Advanced - Default Services and changed them back to the email and calendar I like having as the default.

So far, so good - it's been about an hour; I've had numerous AIM chats; no errors about missing service books or anything else. It's even survived a battery pull and keeps on ticking!
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Old 09-10-2008, 02:55 PM   #24 (permalink)
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hmmm, just downloaded it OTA thru blackberry.com/aim and it gave me version 1.1.15, is that what everyone else is getting/i should be getting?
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Old 09-10-2008, 03:01 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Old 09-10-2008, 03:13 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Thnx got it sent to my email and it worked! Finally i have aim =) version dled was 2.1.33
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Old 09-10-2008, 03:17 PM   #27 (permalink)
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I was successful as well on my 8300 running 4.5.0.69

I did have to delete some of mshipek's service books, but all worked well. Here's the procedure I took:

- Ran Desktop Manager and chose Backup and Restore. Chose Advanced, and opened the IPD file supplied. Clicked the Service Books on the left side of the window, and click the right arrows to move it to my BB.

- Still in Desktop Manager, I went to Application Loader, Add/Remove Programs, and clicked the Browse button to find the ALX file for Instant Messenger. Ran through the install process.

- Opened the AIM file now on my BB and signed in.

- Went to Options - Advanced - Host Routing Table. Clicked the menu button and chose to register with the network.

- Went online to my BIS admin page and resent the service books.

- Opened Options - Advanced - Service Book and deleted all mshipek-specific service books. 2 of his email addresses were in there, so you're looking for 2 CICAL and 2 CMIME entries from him.

- Finally, went to Options - Advanced - Default Services and changed them back to the email and calendar I like having as the default.

So far, so good - it's been about an hour; I've had numerous AIM chats; no errors about missing service books or anything else. It's even survived a battery pull and keeps on ticking!
I didn't even realize those were there, duh. Sorry about that. I'm wondering if those service books are restored on someone elses blackberry, does it give them access to my email through BIS? Hmmm.

Anyway, I removed those BIS service books and reposted the .zip

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Old 09-10-2008, 04:14 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I didn't even realize those were there, duh. Sorry about that. I'm wondering if those service books are restored on someone elses blackberry, does it give them access to my email through BIS? Hmmm.

Anyway, I removed those BIS service books and reposted the .zip
Nope, it doesn't. Otherwise I would have contacted you directly before posting complete instructions

Thanks for deleting them, though - makes the install process that much easier.
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Old 09-10-2008, 05:57 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I was successful as well on my 8300 running 4.5.0.69

I did have to delete some of mshipek's service books, but all worked well. Here's the procedure I took:

- Ran Desktop Manager and chose Backup and Restore. Chose Advanced, and opened the IPD file supplied. Clicked the Service Books on the left side of the window, and click the right arrows to move it to my BB.

- Still in Desktop Manager, I went to Application Loader, Add/Remove Programs, and clicked the Browse button to find the ALX file for Instant Messenger. Ran through the install process.

- Opened the AIM file now on my BB and signed in.

- Went to Options - Advanced - Host Routing Table. Clicked the menu button and chose to register with the network.

- Went online to my BIS admin page and resent the service books.

- Opened Options - Advanced - Service Book and deleted all mshipek-specific service books. 2 of his email addresses were in there, so you're looking for 2 CICAL and 2 CMIME entries from him.

- Finally, went to Options - Advanced - Default Services and changed them back to the email and calendar I like having as the default.

So far, so good - it's been about an hour; I've had numerous AIM chats; no errors about missing service books or anything else. It's even survived a battery pull and keeps on ticking!
Worked like a charm, thanks.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:38 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried to IM a text message in AIM (i.e. +13459991234)? I get a system error from AOL saying its in my blocked list when I try.
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Man I wish I had a blackberry to check this out.
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I got 2.1.32 loaded along with the service books using DM, signs up fine.

Thanks for posting the zip files
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ICQ works on Alltel!
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Working okay on Rogers
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Can anyone post the alx for ICQ?
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Can anyone post the alx for ICQ?
Here ya go.

EDIT!! zip file replaced with edited icq.alx for BB OS 4.5. ICQ is already part of the OS package. The icq I had attached was a very old version.
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Does anyone know how Verizon will be charging this? I thought they had said before that AOL IM's would be counted as text. Can anyone confirm this, or does RIM opening this up mean that it will count as Data?
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This version works over data.
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Cool, I wanted to make sure before I got too happy and actually used something that RIM allowed on the device... Verizon being so accepting of allowing people full capabilities to use the BB's
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There were no signs / warnings / cautions stating that it uses SMS so one would safely assume it uses data.
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