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Old 08-23-2004, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 08-24-2004, 12:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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lol

things ppl will do for free stuff

*ahem* me too!!
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Old 08-24-2004, 09:20 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Now, now. this last post was spam and you know it!

PM me on a completely unrelated subject.
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I'm so confussed? was the (il)legal disclaimer true or was it just to confuse the lurkers?
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Well they won\'t be confussed now lol. The disclaimer was to keep him out of trouble if someone were to find a way to get it

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Old 08-24-2004, 10:08 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I don't know what the big deal is with 4.0 software. The only advantage to having 4.0 is if your on a 4.0 BES.
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So you would say that the use of the blackberry browser with Javascript support without having a BES is not an advantage? Or people that have a need for some of the apps provided, like Password Keeper, to me that's a great app to include.

I know not everyone can use the blackberry browser because their service providers may not have MDS setup on their end yet, but all of the nextel users can enjoy it then.. I have a friend that has been waiting for this and almost was ready to pull the trigger on a BES hosting solution.
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There is advantages but it is still in BETA testing so ONLY people that are on the beta team would get support, etc. If you load 4.0 on your HH and you weren't supposed to, it will void your warranty. I say wait patiently until 4.0 is released then go nuts wth it.
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There is advantages but it is still in BETA testing so ONLY people that are on the beta team would get support, etc. If you load 4.0 on your HH and you weren't supposed to, it will void your warranty. I say wait patiently until 4.0 is released then go nuts wth it.
And when will that happen?
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There is advantages but it is still in BETA testing so ONLY people that are on the beta team would get support, etc. If you load 4.0 on your HH and you weren't supposed to, it will void your warranty. I say wait patiently until 4.0 is released then go nuts wth it.
And when will that happen?
No firm release date at this time.
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Old 08-24-2004, 02:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You must admit that it would be really fun to play around with the new OS -- no matter how limited the experience would be without BES 4.0 :D :D
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Whatever you do, in any conditions, do not install the extremely buggy 4.0.0.77.

Version 4.0.0.100 which is much more stable despite a number of relatively minor bugs.
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Whatever you do, in any conditions, do not install the extremely buggy 4.0.0.77.

Version 4.0.0.100 which is much more stable despite a number of relatively minor bugs.
4.0.0.77 is no longer available from anywhere. Its all about 4.0.0.100 :D
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Whatever you do, in any conditions, do not install the extremely buggy 4.0.0.77.

Version 4.0.0.100 which is much more stable despite a number of relatively minor bugs.
4.0.0.77 is no longer available from anywhere. Its all about 4.0.0.100 :D
They have now released 4.0.0.111 so check with ur RIM connections!
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Whatever you do, in any conditions, do not install the extremely buggy 4.0.0.77.

Version 4.0.0.100 which is much more stable despite a number of relatively minor bugs.
4.0.0.77 is no longer available from anywhere. Its all about 4.0.0.100 :D
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Old 08-29-2004, 10:09 PM   #16 (permalink)
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The bad thing is that I could conceiveably wait till tomorrow and just get it from my RimRep. Impatience, it kills me.
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Old 08-29-2004, 11:39 PM   #17 (permalink)
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The following versions were released last week. 4.0.0.110 for GPRS and 4.0.0.111 for CDMA devices
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That's all great, but when is the IDEN release?

It doesn't matter I guess, 'cause we are finally installing our BES in my office today. I will get new functionality to play with even with my old boring OS.
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That's all great, but when is the IDEN release?

It doesn't matter I guess, 'cause we are finally installing our BES in my office today. I will get new functionality to play with even with my old boring OS.
Am I wrong in thinking that I can install 4.0 on my 7510 with no problems? Is the software carrier/technology specific?
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Can't wait for it to come out.
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