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# 68257 17-Sep-2010 18:46
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I thought I'd take a look at the XT Apps Store.  Looks like there's nothing there yet.  I must admit that I didn't go to every category but every section I opened had nothing in it, not even the "Featured" section.

Looks like the shops open but there's no one home so to speak.  Does  anyone have any idea what sort of Apps Telecom plans to provide on the store and when there might be anything there?




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  # 381399 17-Sep-2010 18:57
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Really, I'm pretty sure I remember seeing stuff in there before.
Maybe your phone isn't compatible?

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  # 381542 18-Sep-2010 09:08
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What sort of XT phone do you have?

 
 
 
 




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  # 381599 18-Sep-2010 12:35
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Nokia 5800 which runs Symbain S60.  THis phone wasn't bought from Telecom but they must have stuff for Nokia phones running this software as they sell Nokias running S60.

The message I get is "No content available in this section" which leads one to believe that section is empty.  This makes it look as if Telecom has an App shop that really doesn't have any products.  If it means no content for your phone why doesn't it say "No content for your phone model"?




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  # 381612 18-Sep-2010 13:13
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Currently the App Store only has apps for Telecom purchased phones, this allows apps to be tested as much as possible before being offered for sale. I will pass on the suggestion about the error message however.

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