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Topic # 8741 26-Jul-2006 12:40
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Hi,

Does anyone know if 'Yahoo Go' works on my Moto V3x? I have tried in vien to search google on this but didnt find any info.

Also how easy would it be to unistall?

Cheers

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  Reply # 42518 26-Jul-2006 12:43
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Motorola and Yahoo! have just announced they will bundle Yahoo! Go with new Motorola handsets... But nothing about existing ones.

I would visit the official page (http://go.connect.yahoo.com/go/mobile), and if the phone is not listed there, then I'd assume it's not available for it. Currently the page lists only availability for S60 Symbian devices (mostly Nokia smartphones).









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  Reply # 42519 26-Jul-2006 12:53
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Thanks for your reply.  Motorola V3x does not have the Symbian OS so I would think that it will not work! The download file is a .sis file.

Bummer as it looks pretty good!

EDIT: Spelling!Embarassed

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  Reply # 42530 26-Jul-2006 14:59
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Correct, these Motorola handsets do not run on Symbian OS, but it seems a more mobile version of Yahoo! Go will be available, compatible with J2ME perhaps: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=6493 ?







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  Reply # 42537 26-Jul-2006 15:48
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Thanks Mauricio.

Another idea I had to get my Yahoo Mail using my Email Client on the phone but.......

Hmm I seem to be having a few issues trying to get my email client to work using Yahoo Mail on my V3x. Sends OK using smtp1.vodafone.net.nz

But recieving mail is an issueCry I never recieve any mail yet I know there is mail on the server. I have enabled POP mail on the Yahoo side, but my phone will not recieve mail. Mostly from what I understand its the other way around.

I have followed the instructions, but still no help

Help! I just want to know that its not my phone. What POP3 service works on the V3x default Email Client???Sealed

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