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02-04-2012 11:49 PM
After spending in excess of four hours on the phone with RIM, mainly re-installing their operating system, they finally agreed to accept the Play Book back for repairs.
02-05-2012 01:55 AM
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the desktop software and reseting the device a couple times, it still said no update available. Then i installed the DS to a different computer and it did the same.
I hope it works when playbook os 2 comes out.
02-05-2012 02:30 AM
Just remember it is a "PLAYBOOK" well named, it is not a computer and RIM is almost on its way out, so don't expect too much, just enjoy it as a silent "SMART PHONE"
02-05-2012 03:35 AM
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02-05-2012 01:08 PM
As I said RIM is not a stock to buy, I never did and those that bought any where north of $10 wished they hadn't, some bought at 140, some bought at 20, nice loss!!!! The executives keep dumping their holdongs cause thery know RIM is heading the way of Nortel!
02-05-2012 05:18 PM
Do you have any reference to the future of RIM? They are publically traded, and therefore their audits and financial statements are public. Apparently, they are still reporting very good profits.
I have seen situations where companies have been reporting terrific profits, and their shares become oversold because of rumors, or poor reports about an aspect of the company, or overselling because of poor economy in general.
If you check out the market trade analysis on RIM stocks, they still have a very high target price in relation to their traded price. The last time I check the financial statement for RIM they were still in profit with a huge cash flow According to Quote Media in the TSX Exchange RIM has a high target of $50. You can check the financial statements and audit information for RIM at : http://tmx.quotemedia.com/financials.php?qm_symbol
I have been buying more RIM shares at the present prices.
02-05-2012 05:36 PM
Good luck to you, I know guys that were buying Nortel when it was trading at $5 and they got creamed. My advisor had me sell nortel at $90 and i had bought at $30, it went to 140 and crashed. rim is not going to recover to $50 i got out a long time ago and would not go back