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Old 04-09-2007, 12:48 PM   #21 (permalink)
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So you got it working....how?
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:02 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Sorry, yes the first thing i did was check for service books cuz i figured i wouldnt have em yet once i saw i did i tried signing on and it went through.

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for the previous poster i just went to the link i posted (using the bb browser) and installed then tried signing on didnt restart or resend s service books.

first impressions: its really quick! u can go on invisible, u can add buddies, but it only shows like 15 and makes a new mobile device section on ur aim buddy list

*Interesting note i have the ICQ service book as well though i didn't install ICQ messenger. and anyone notice the very first service book is for windows live so msn must be around there somewhere!*
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:05 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Sorry, yes the first thing i did was check for service books cuz i figured i wouldnt have em yet once i saw i did i tried signing on and it went through.

screen cap of the service books attached

for the previous poster i just went to the link i posted (using the bb browser) and installed then tried signing on didnt restart or resend s service books.

first impressions: its really quick! u can go on invisible, u can add buddies, but it only shows like 15 and makes a new mobile device section on ur aim buddy list

*Interesting note i have the ICQ service book as well though i didn't install ICQ messenger. and anyone notice the very first service book is for windows live so msn must be around there somewhere!*
and there is the problem....TMO has em, and cingular does not...
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:06 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Sorry, yes the first thing i did was check for service books cuz i figured i wouldnt have em yet once i saw i did i tried signing on and it went through.

screen cap of the service books attached

for the previous poster i just went to the link i posted (using the bb browser) and installed then tried signing on didnt restart or resend s service books.

first impressions: its really quick! u can go on invisible, u can add buddies, but it only shows like 15 and makes a new mobile device section on ur aim buddy list

*Interesting note i have the ICQ service book as well though i didn't install ICQ messenger. and anyone notice the very first service book is for windows live so msn must be around there somewhere!*
How and where did you get the service books?
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:08 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Cool that you got it working.
I am think that on Cingular/Att you may have to get that Service Book some other way?

Can anyone confirm this is working on Cingy?
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:09 PM   #26 (permalink)
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i'm on TMO (8700g) - no service books - any suggestions?
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:13 PM   #27 (permalink)
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probably not available for BB's running anything other than OS 4.2
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:16 PM   #28 (permalink)
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This may be the same problem that Yahoo users have on Cingular.

Just need someone to isolate that AIM service book and post it.
After that, should be an easy install just like yahoo!
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:21 PM   #29 (permalink)
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This may be the same problem that Yahoo users have on Cingular.

Just need someone to isolate that AIM service book and post it.
After that, should be an easy install just like yahoo!
I agree; very easy to do after the service book is located.
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No luck here either
on TMO
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I agree; very easy to do after the service book is located.

Chop Chop people
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Chop Chop people


yeah...I found it, NOW GET ON IT!!!!

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Looks like I spoke to soon....so its really quick and reliable signs on quick and flawlessly.

However it only gives you 30 buddies.

You can't see away messages.

And there's no shortcut for it (like for googletalk you press G).

Ill probably continue using googletalk with transports. Kinda dissappointed.
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Looks like I spoke to soon....so its really quick and reliable signs on quick and flawlessly.

However it only gives you 30 buddies.

You can't see away messages.

And there's no shortcut for it (like for googletalk you press G).

Ill probably continue using googletalk with transports. Kinda dissappointed.
Not having to use transports and having a native environment is a huge step in the right direction though.
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Keyboard shortcut is 'I' on my 8700.
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Old 04-09-2007, 01:46 PM   #37 (permalink)
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Keyboard shortcut is 'I' on my 8700.
Same here . . .
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Looks like I spoke to soon....so its really quick and reliable signs on quick and flawlessly.

However it only gives you 30 buddies.

You can't see away messages.

And there's no shortcut for it (like for googletalk you press G).

Ill probably continue using googletalk with transports. Kinda dissappointed.
works for me as I have mabye 15 AIM buddies now I just need to get it to work on the BB
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Getting it to work on the BB is kind of the whole point of this thread, isn't it?
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Getting it to work on the BB is kind of the whole point of this thread, isn't it?
Nice one!
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