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    Use It...you would be suprised what it catches. I have to disable it every now and then to play GuitarHero3...he-hee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jbee View Post
    Use It...you would be suprised what it catches. I have to disable it every now and then to play GuitarHero3...he-hee.

    how is guitar here for the bb?

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    I like the graphics, sound is not mp3 though...gets hard to hit #'s 1,2,3 on my Pearl. That's why I am getting Curve sooon. Also stinks to have to disable FW just to play, but that's why I got BB!

    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...lackberry.html

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    yea i am getting the verizon curve when it comes out next month

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuka View Post
    I use both, and wonder what the significance of not supporting the bb access point as mentioned abouve? Both access the internet ok, so.....?
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    Some applications are unable to utilize the BlackBerry access point, which I'm told is because the software developer either has not applied to Research in Motion (RIM) to use this or they have applied and been rejected... This means that the only way to access the Internet is to use one's service provider's access point.

    Many service providers, particularly outside of North America and Canada, charge their customers EXTRA for any data sent and received using their access point - even if you're on an "unlimited" plan.

    This ONLY applies to BlackBerry Individual Solution (BIS) customers, NOT BlackBerry Enterprise Solution (BES) customers...

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