Today HTC made RIM's BlackBerry Connect software available to several of its own smartphones. Users of the HTC TyTN II, Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, and Touch HD can download the BlackBerry Connect Desktop Tool to setup their email using a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. After the system is configured, these smartphones will be able to start using BlackBerry email services just as a BlackBerry handset would, including direct push email.
well from the description it is geared more towards a enterprise server user (BES), since the software probably doesnt have a pin RIM doesnt have a way to bill your carrier for it so more than likely its only for corporate users who have to pay RIM a ... (continues)
Isn't it only for Blackberry Enterprise (for companies)- not Blackberry individual use. It clearly states Blackberry Enterprise so it won't work of those of us who are not hooked up to a company network or am I missing something?
I use activesync (which pushes my email and syncs calendar, contacts, tasks, and I can look up contacts in the corporate directory...) but my employer also uses BES. Anyone know if this would be any different/better than activesync?
I think that's stupid when someone needs serial # or a phone # to download something, you should just be able to go to whatever website, it detects your handsets make & model and then click on download, Skyfire used to require a ph #,but now you can j... (continues)