08-30-2008 11:15 PM
08-31-2008 12:35 AM
I would be interested to know if you managed to purchase an unauthorized device (as others have mentioned that devices that have obtained via unauthorized channels have been blocked)?
The best way to test this is to try and send a PIN message to yourself. If this doesn't work and works with the same SIM card on a previous BlackBerry I would try to get your money back asap...
08-31-2008 12:55 AM
Im able to PIN all my friends and all diagnostics pass. I know I have a Fave5 and I'm not expecting the 5 rounds circles on the phone because its on the Rogers network. Everything works great, except the signal is crappy. Anybody know were I can find an OS 4.6 thats compatable with the Rogers Bold before I attempt anything stupid!!
09-03-2008 12:26 AM
09-06-2008 12:35 PM
This is what I had to do for TMobile. If you have Wi-fi, use it to go to www.operamini.com. If not download on your computer and transfer to phone. Download version 3 because it has a network setup wizard. It will install and then it will try to connect. Shut off your Wi-fi to make sure you are trying to run in the wireless internet. And check your bowser operation.If you are still not connecting, then go to options>advanced options> TCP on the first line after APN:, type:
Hit the back button and save. Run your network setup again. Make sure your wi-fi is off to do this. This is what works for me. I was told that once tmobile has the support for the bold, we won't need this walk around anymore and to go in and delete the wap.voicestream.com anymore. Then you can change your default browser from hotspot to internet. Once they create the internet service book, we can stop. This browser is a third party browser. If you have problems with it, then you will have to go to their tech support. Neither RIM or TMobile are supposed to help with this.
10-23-2008 10:51 PM