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I am still getting the "Too many apps on device" error when I try to launch the app.
This problem is caused by to many .mod or .cod files on your device. Even though you may have room on your device, the most likely reason you're receiving that error is because there are many different languages installed on your device, and those have lots of the .mod and .cod files. By removing some of the languages you do not use, you can free up space for more of these.

You can find these options in your BlackBerry Desktop software, under the application loader. If you don't see them there, you may need to download the newest version of the BlackBerry software, which you can find here.
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Old 04-09-2007, 11:23 PM   #44 (permalink)
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i downloaded the trial through OTA but it couldnt connect i get an error saying "bad connect" when i try to connect or use the auto setup built in utility...

Any thoughts?

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I installed the beta version it will not let me dial out i get msg saying

Unexpected transaction error .Please restart IM+for skype software.

I restarted it and still keep getting same error

I am using it on the 8700

Also tried to use it on my European bb from orange it wont work on there it is 2g and 3g

can you help on these matters
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Smile Works Great!

I just installed the beta version on my 8700c in the USA with Cingular service and it works wonderfully... I thought there was a problem at first. I hadn't added any SkypeOut credit to my account, but was using the free 5 minutes that you are given when you sign up. I guess I ran out... Anyway, once I added credit to my account it worked like a charm... This is a terrific alternative to adding an international plan to my Cingular account (which is what I was going to do - I'm travelling to the UK tomorrow). Now all we have to figure out is how to avoid the dreaded roaming charges and we'll be golden... Thanks Shape, you ROCK!

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