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Topic # 12413 16-Mar-2007 02:59
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Hello to all,
i have had the imate kjam for a few months now and the pocket msn has never worked via gprs or wifi. My internet works just fine thru wifi and gprs. I also own an imate sp5m and the pocket msn works perfectly with that device. I am residing currently in saudi arabia, but i don;t believe their network has anything to do with the kjam not getting msn messenger because my other device gets it perfectly. i have done rom updates and still doesn;t work, 3rd party messenger clients such as imov and agile worked well but i feel i should be able to use the free pocket msn that came with my device, any suggestions? thanks alot:)

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  Reply # 63891 16-Mar-2007 08:36
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I did have some problems a little while back with pocket msn, but I think that was the wireless router I was connecting to, it wasn't passing me any DSN entries for resolving names.

I have found pocket MSN a bit unstable - can only connect sometimes - but I have connected with it and have used it - normally via wifi.





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