Originally Posted by Alexey
Hmmm. For the same carrier plan by Siemens SX1 I have and fully functional browser (Opera) and full functional POP3 e-mail client (ProfiMail). GPRS connection it does not matter what data info sending by it. Pay your attention that I not say about Push technology.
We have here 3 carriers. One of them biggest in east europe. But no any BB support. No any BB devices in local use.
Can I install Java (.jar) proggies to device ?
usually the bb plans provision a network element that speaks back to the RIM network and allows the data traffic to happen. RIM is different then any other device since these other devices utilize the carriers network exclusively to pass data. For RIM, you need to use both your carrier's network and the RIM network to have it function. If the plan or the network ties are not established, then you will not have a functioning BB for data services, you will only be able to use voice service. So, could you install apps, sure, but if any of the apps require data usage, you have to be properly provisioned....