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Master Geek


Topic # 5083 27-Sep-2005 08:21
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I've been having one heck of a time configuring those programs to work. Anyone else use them on their phones? Should I just use Agile Messenger instead?


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Master Geek


Reply # 20622 27-Sep-2005 17:13
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Agile Messenger is very good and easy to use. I'm not sure if they are charging for the service now?. I am using it on a daily basis and am not getting any charges yet.



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Reply # 20653 28-Sep-2005 00:37
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mikey: Agile Messenger is very good and easy to use. I'm not sure if they are charging for the service now?. I am using it on a daily basis and am not getting any charges yet.


As long as you use the older version, then it's free. It's only the updated versions that you'll have to pay for.

I'm just curious about those built-in programs. Kind of sucks not being able to take advantage of it From what I was told, you'd have to signup for Yamigo (which I did) but for some reason I can't get it to work.


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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 22194 27-Oct-2005 22:34
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The service needs to be enabled by your operator. If they block the protocols/ports you can not use the standard applications ...... so check with your operator that they allow the services - and maybe also provide?



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Reply # 22205 28-Oct-2005 01:21
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Modesty: The service needs to be enabled by your operator. If they block the protocols/ports you can not use the standard applications ...... so check with your operator that they allow the services - and maybe also provide?


(Sigh) then I'm screwed. Lately, T-Mobile's wait times have been killer. Also, since it's not a T-Mobile branded phone I'll little or no help from them. At least it's built in the ROM and doesn't take up storage space

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