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Hi .. i have a 7730. I just want to know are there any Instant Messenger that work with non BES users like me?
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Hi .. i have a 7730. I just want to know are there any Instant Messenger that work with non BES users like me?
Check this one out. I think it will work for non-BES users
http://www.rimroad.com/software/rim1...-rim-rim1.html
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Hi .. i have a 7730. I just want to know are there any Instant Messenger that work with non BES users like me?
Check this one out. I think it will work for non-BES users
http://www.rimroad.com/software/rim1...-rim-rim1.html
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Verichat and WebMessenger also works for non-BES, provided you are using BlackBerryOS4 with the TCP/IP features properly configured both on your device and the carrier.

On AT&T, Rogers and Nextel, this is easy, and it's doable but trickier on Cingular and T-Mobile. Not yet possible without BES/MDS on CDMA on Verizon, Sprint and Bell Mobility, and Telus.
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so do t-mobile users have a way to get os4 yet?
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Yes, but not directly from T-Mobile. You can install AT&T OS 4 on a T-Mobile. Don't forget you will need to call T-Mobile and ask them to add the wap.voicestream.com APN to your account (It's sometimes hard, but they are now sort of permitting it -- takes a bit of persistence -- more information at www.marky.com/tmobile)

Please see BlackBerryOS Upgrade Downloads.
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Yea what Mark said. It'll be fine. I run the Hong Kong CSL version on my berry and it runs perfectly!
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Verichat and WebMessenger also works for non-BES, provided you are using BlackBerryOS4 with the TCP/IP features properly configured both on your device and the carrier.

On AT&T, Rogers and Nextel, this is easy, and it's doable but trickier on Cingular and T-Mobile. Not yet possible without BES/MDS on CDMA on Verizon, Sprint and Bell Mobility, and Telus.
My OS version is 3.7.121. If i want to flash to version 4, how do i know which carrier's version 4 should i download?

If generally it should work, what are the extra steps i need to take to make sure it work for my carrier in Singapore (Singtel)?

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Verichat and WebMessenger also works for non-BES, provided you are using BlackBerryOS4 with the TCP/IP features properly configured both on your device and the carrier.

On AT&T, Rogers and Nextel, this is easy, and it's doable but trickier on Cingular and T-Mobile. Not yet possible without BES/MDS on CDMA on Verizon, Sprint and Bell Mobility, and Telus.
My OS version is 3.7.121. If i want to flash to version 4, how do i know which carrier's version 4 should i download?

If generally it should work, what are the extra steps i need to take to make sure it work for my carrier in Singapore (Singtel)?

TQ
Tried and flashed to the Hong Kong CSL OS4. Worked!
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Which version of Webmessenger should i installed for non-BES users. Version 2.1 or 2.2? I tried on both versions, doesnt work.

How does the Webmessenger know that it should use the TCP settings in the OS4.0?

Thanks in advance.
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ok ok..managed to get 2.2 to work on non-BES, OS4.0.
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ok ok..managed to get 2.2 to work on non-BES, OS4.0.
how did you get this to work?
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