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Old 01-09-2006, 02:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi there,

where can I get a copy of Reqwireless Webviewer? seems like it's gone from their web site.

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they were bought by Google recently. doubt you'll ever get a copy of it, unless there's someone hosting an install or its on some sort of site that you'd be able to find by searching Google, etc.
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Are the demo binaries registerable with a key? If so, I may have one on my machine at home. I'll try to remember to check this evening.

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Just checked, and I don't have it; sorry.

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Besides presumably it wouldn't do you any good if you could get a copy anyway as you can't register it thus it is virtually useless!
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I'm looking for a browser that can remember usernames/passwords and save me the time of typing them in. Is there a browser available for the blackberry that does this? Would reqwireless webviewer have done this (supposedly it remembers form information). If so; can anyone send me the files to download it to my phone?
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I found a copy of WebViewer and have converted the jad/jar to cod if anyone is interested... just PM me. I have it working on my Pearl...

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