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Old 06-12-2007, 07:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When I try run the BB Browser:

Your device does not currently have any Browser Configuration Service Book Entries.

In result I can't use it.

APN installed:
Settings -> Options -> Advanced -> TCP -> ....

Google Maps application get data by GPRS/EDGE.

Whats wrong with Browser ???
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Old 06-12-2007, 08:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Alexey, do you have a BlackBerry Data Plan (purchased from your carrier)?

If so, go to Options > Advanced > Host Routing Table. Click to REGISTER NOW.

Pull your battery while powered on the BB and reboot.

Your browser service book should appear. If not, you will need to resent Service Books from your carrier BIS website:
How do I resend my service books? - BlackBerryFAQ

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When I try run the BB Browser:

Your device does not currently have any Browser Configuration Service Book Entries.

In result I can't use it.

APN installed:
Settings -> Options -> Advanced -> TCP -> ....

Google Maps application get data by GPRS/EDGE.

Whats wrong with Browser ???
There could also be a chance that the carrier didn't provision the bb browser...I have seen cases where the carrier needs to manually provision the browser on their side to push it to the device. This only applies if pushing the service books yourself doesn't work and you have a bb plan with your carrier.
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My carrier have't any BlackBerry Data Plan.

Can I get work browser without it ?

P.S. Next question will be about POP3 e-mail
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My carrier have't any BlackBerry Data Plan.

Can I get work browser without it ?

P.S. Next question will be about POP3 e-mail

Nope.

P.S. Nope, again.

You must have a BlackBerry Data Plan.
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I have GPRS/EDGE connection.
Why I can't use it for regular internet (web) access and regular (pop-3) e-mail connection.
I don't say about Push.
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Because you don't have a BlackBerry Data Plan, as stated in Posts #2, 4, and 5.

Alexy, I am not trying to be rude, but please understand that the Data Plan is required for what you are asking. The same question gets asked on this board several times each day, and the answer is always the same. You can ask it three different ways, and the answer remains the same.

What country are you in? Is there not another carrier you could use which does have a BlackBerry Data Plan?
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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 ?
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Alexey, a SiemensSX1 is not a BlackBerry. I paid my attention that you did not say Push technology. No on the POP mail. BlackBerry does Push.

You can try Opera Mini on your BB, some have been able to get OM to work, as long as you have your APN settings as you stated in your first post.

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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....
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Downloaded OperaMini from:
http://www.operamini.com/download/pc...ackberry_8800/
Maybe this is strange but apps works

What about e-mail client ? Anyone have ideas what can install intead of original ?
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Why do you continue to ask the same question about email over again? It has been answered.
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Becouse only in your message I heard about Opera mini for BB. I visited before opera offsite and tried find them BB productions. I did't get luck. So by your suggestion I solved 1st problem. Maybe you can advice me anything for 2nd ))))
Serious. Can you gimme apps name(s). Only name(s). No more.
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You cannot get email on your BB without a Data Plan. There are no other apps.

Without a Data Plan, you will not have the internet browser to work, you will not have email, you will not have other data in apps to work. Yes, Opera Mini will work on some carriers, you are lucky it did on yours.

There is no other email apps name to give you.
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I installed iMobileMail.
This is POP3/SMTP e-mail client.
It works with my e-mail's without any problems.

So now I can get/send e-mails.

And I continue have lack of understanding why I have't like apps in devise for $550. My brain can't understand it. The phone have it, but you cant use it and need find anything from other apps maker.

Todays I called to all 3 local carriers.
They (all) said me: "What is Blackberry ?".
And this is in city with 15M people.

Im sincerely sorry for my stupid questions but I even now cant understand why I can't use webbrowser and e-mail client if a maker already did it and uploaded to my phone which I paid my money...
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Old 06-13-2007, 11:24 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I'm not sure I understand your confusion. If an app isn't developed for a device it doesn't exist. Apps don't appear on their own and the price of the device is irrelevant.
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