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Old 02-09-2007, 05:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello
im trying to find it the whole forom and dosent found
so please help me
1/how can i get my service books i try and didnt find yet?
2/did i need full data plan to use google talk?
3/why when i want to send apin massage he tell me that the massage is not send
i want you to know that i have only possibilities to surf the net but not to sent emails
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Old 02-09-2007, 07:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to have a BlackBerry Data Plan. It doesn't appear that you have one. Call your provider and verify that you do. You won't be able to use google talk, BB Messenger, send email, etc. without one.

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thank you
but if i want now to uninstall the google talk how i do it
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but if i want now to uninstall the google talk how i do it

Options-->Advanced Options-->Applications-->select gtalk and delete
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i delete it but the icon still on top
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BB Messenger, send email, etc. without one.
Pretty much all you can do is make and receive calls and send and receive SMS without a Blackberry data plan.
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i delete it but the icon still on top
AFTER you have followed earlier instructions to delete Gtalk (Options-->Advanced Options-->Applications-->select gtalk and delete), then pull the battery and do a reboot, the icon should disappear from the home screen.

If not, then hide it (while over that icon, hold down ALT key, click trackwheel and select hide icon).

Ohad, it seems to me that you need someone like your customer service rep to talk you through basic setup of your Blackberry and do as earlier advised and confirm you have a Blackberry Data Plan from your carrier.
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Navigate to the same location you did to delete and go into "Modules" and make sure no modules exist that pertain to gtalk. I had the same problem with Yahoo Messenger where I deleted it but the icon still remained. A module still existed. Delete the module if one still exists. This should remove gtalk.
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thank you all
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there is any im i can use like icq
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yes, look here for lots of discussion.

http://www.blackberryforums.com/aftermarket-software/

specifically, look at the fourth Sticky Note thread about IM applications.
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