I just took the 18.104.22.168 plunge (the full version), and I have a couple questions:
1. SmrtGuard: It doesn't seem to work like it did previously. Specifically, it doesn't go full screen nor does the touch seem to work. Any users running SmrtGuard? It should be noted that I can get it to "function" as I restored my contact list. But it was a royal pain trying to waddle through it. Any ideas?
2. vyMail: When I installed vyMail, and rebooted my phone I got some nasty error messages, and then the internet wouldn't work although calls would work. Is vyMail not compatible with 22.214.171.124?
I know for a fact that vymail does not work. Youmail has its own program and it does. So go to their website with the BB browser and download it. It works well.
As for smartguard. I wish I knew.
Hi there markdental,
Yeah, I installed Youmail earlier today- although I prefer vyMail better. But, like you say it does work and gives me a workaround until the time being. Heck, I might even grow to really like Youmail... ;-) *I did send a email to JoeKrill, and hopefully he will respond soon.
Also, on another note I have contacted SmrtGuard support but I don't expect any replies since it's a weekend. I really like that app though... hehe... Thanks for the reply.
To be honest, I didn't think it was going to work but evidently ppl were having problems with 126.96.36.199 too- although I didn't have that problem until I upgraded to 188.8.131.52. So, at any rate I tried it, and whola, it worked! Now it is back to functioning like it was previously ;-) Who would've thought doing multiple installs would take care of it??
Am sorry to intervene(spell check) but VVM does work for the 9530 on .230...I use it my self since d/l .230 the 1st day. Not sure abt other devices but it definitely works for .230 on the 9530
Hi there Prince Jah,
I think you misread my original post. I was referring to "VyMail" a different third-party application (not coded by Youmail) that does not work in 230. But, we are all in agreement that Youmail's Visual Voice Mail does indeed work.
Last edited by statustray; 10-10-2009 at 08:37 PM.