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    Come on now SRA...

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    So I've noticed that SRA hasn't updated Ramble IM in like a year... What's up with that?

    Also, Ramble is supposed to support extensions (plural) however, only one extension is available for download (singular)

    I mean, I know its free and all but...
    That's pretty wack.

    I wish agile would develop an application for RIM devices.

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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    ~via SUPA BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

    I hear you, hopefully the next update will be worth the wait. Otherwise people will have to purchase a better client. Or do like me and convert friends to BB's so you can chat with them on BBM instead

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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    just sit back and relax BB will soon have its own aim like it does yahoo which works great imo and then no more need of ramble and its 50% working ability lol
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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    Yahoo doesn't work at all on Cingular. And native clients that are implemented into the OS generally pull from your text message pool.

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    uhm no well you can get yahoo to work i know people on cing using it you jsut have to change a few things and the only clients that ht your sms are the ones provided by the provider
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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    How do you get yahoo to work?

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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    yeah, how do you get yahoo to work. Cingular "wont" support it.

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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    Hey, it's free...Can't complain about free. Well, you can, but you're not paying anything for it, so it would be kind of pointless to complain.

    Ya get what ya pay for.

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    And in this case, its worth every penny.

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    Re: Come on now SRA...

    Quote Originally Posted by option94
    yeah, how do you get yahoo to work. Cingular "wont" support it.
    Per someone else, you can take an active BlackBerry-enabled T-Mobile SIM (or any other GSM carrier, for that matter) and put it into an unlocked Cingular BlackBerry then register on the network, pull down the service books for T-Mobile then switch the SIM back to Cingular's and delete all but the required T-Mobile service book, thus enabling Yahoo on the Cingular network. Not sure if this works, but maybe it does. I do trust the source.

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