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Top message:  Winmo direct push email by gadawg119   May 21, 2009, 4:04 PM

Replying to:  Re: Winmo direct push email by IrishCarBomb   May 24, 2009, 11:55 AM

Re: Winmo direct push email

by gadawg119    May 25, 2009, 4:20 PM

Thanks for the response. Very helpful...

IrishCarBomb said:
The Fuze and the Tilt are 2 different phones, first off.


Obviously they are different devices, however the majority of forums including information regarding hooking the Fuze up to the BB server explain to use the Tilt software, which works only for the Tilt because since AT&T has released the availability, they provide a PIN# to connect with the BB server. However, (as I stated above) since the capability for the Fuze to connect to the BB server has not yet been released, no PIN is released once the BB software has been installed. Since this "fix" to the issue (using the Tilt software) has already been discussed on other forums (and as explained, does not work), I was making sure that this forum did not get swamped with that answer.

IrishCarBomb said:
Thirdly, their is working BlackBerry connect software already with the AT&T ROMs and has the sole purpose of letting you access a blackberry email account on your WinMo device.


Since there is no longer AT&T ROM on my Fuze, this statement is irrelevant

IrishCarBomb said:
Most importantly, if you think you ripped some software so you could flash a non-stock ROM on your phone, you shouldn't be flashing cooked ROMs. You run the risk of bricking your phone, even more so considering you obviously don't understand anything about what you are talking about.


I've been using Winmo for 7 years, 3+ of which on phones. There is no comparison between branded ROM and unbranded ROM. Obviously there is a risk of bricking the phone, but the payoff is well worth it if one is willing to take the potential risk. But thanks for the warning.

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