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12-04-2008 08:59 PM
12-04-2008 09:01 PM
Read this NY Times review before deciding if you want the phone. I read it and got the phone anyway, and now it looks like I'll be returning it.
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12-06-2008 11:57 AM
Something to note (and if anyone has experienced something different, please let me know): DataPurgeUI - the PocketMac utility to wipe your BB - apparently does not work on PowerPC achitectures. I'm using a G4 PowerBook and when launching this app, it says "You can't open the application DataPurgeUI because it is not supported on this architecture.".
I don't suppose anyone would know if earlier versions of PocketMac are more lenient?