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Barkadli 04-27-2005 12:21 AM

(About)T-Mobile 7230
 
Is there a way to get the (Blackberry Browser) on t-mobile BB7230?
- maybe like ask the technicians!
i only have the pink t-zone browser

appreciate any advice...

Thank You.
BARK

takeshi 04-27-2005 08:01 AM

I haven't found a way without BES/MDS. On the 7290 with T-Mo I have a third browser that looks to be similar to the Blackberry Browser though it has a different name. I can't recall what it was called as it disappeared when I cleared out my service books. I'm guessing here but I believe it is an html browser that uses the 7290's internal IP stack instead of relying on MDS as the Blackberry Browser does.

jacobsaa 04-27-2005 09:07 AM

Even if you do get the regular blackberry browser, which I am not sure you can, you still want to keep the T-Zones. That is the set default browser for the blackberry you have. It's the only one that allows email set up, certain application downloads etc. Do not get rid of the T-Zones.

Barkadli 04-27-2005 10:59 AM

Will i get the regular (Blackberry Browser) if i purchase the T-Mobiles BlackBerry Enterprise Server access plan while letting me keep the t-zones browser as well on my t-mobile BB7230? and if so, is it good or bad for a none corporate user like me to get the BlackBerry Enterprise Server access?

i also want the best plan for IM and Browsing the Net. Any Advice?

Thanks.

jacobsaa 04-27-2005 11:20 AM

I strongly recommend the reqwireless webviewer, which enables quick loading of images and text, as opposed to the blackberry browser. Also if you want IMing, I recommend verichat which is AIM, MSN, YAHOO and one other messaging service.

Barkadli 04-27-2005 11:39 AM

Webview seems cool. i will definately get that if i can't get the blackberry browser. Thanks for the advice (jacobsaa). BTW, i don't need to be on Blackberry Enterprise Server Access to use Verichat right? just a regular t-mobile blackberry plan...

Thanks.


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