Well I know of plenty of other users experiencing this issue as well, and although it may not be affecting everyone, it is affecting enough people that I felt the post justified. By the way, I have reached out to their support and am awaiting a response - did so after Brett's post. I am running .320 - the only official OS for this phone, so if the others that are having success are running a hybrid then I most certainly would install that on my phone. I don't feel, though, that I should have to install a hybrid to get a $10 app to work. I'm sure you can understand my frustration, and if it was just a handful of people experiencing this issue then I wouldn't come down so hard on them.
Originally Posted by MePascal
Even if I am making all of this up and there is no "advisory" issue, there is still the obvious home screen update issue, so my question is still valid: How can you honestly defend charging $10 for an app that doesn't work fully? Either provide full disclosure that you're releasing this app for a device that isn't fully supported yet (but at a discounted rate to those that have said device), release a beta at no charge, or don't release the app at all and wait until it's perfected.
P.S. for those of you that said they have no issue with the advisories, can you try this (only if you want to)...turn OFF all advisory types and see if you still get any. If you do NOT get any advisories after this, then you truly do not have any issues with the app...I have a feeling though that some people (not ALL, but some) that think they don't have the issue actually do. Thanks for all the suggestions
did you take off the advisory auto update? and secondly have you contacted Bellshare yet?
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Spoken like a true Jim Zorn fan...just kidding just kidding... I have tried BOTH!! In my first post, I believe I said I have tried every combination of setting changes (including having all the categories CHECKED and UNCHECKED) and still get the same results.
Originally Posted by shaydlife
Thanks for the help though, I do appreciate it.
Let me start by saying that I do appreciate all the replies and help, but folks please read what I am posting. I've said several times now that I have changed every setting and have edited every combination of settings that this app has to offer. It would take me an entire page to post all of the settings I actually adjusted on this app. Nothing is stopping the notifications...will let you know if I have any success or response from support...
Originally Posted by jnepsa
Last edited by sunkast; 12-10-2009 at 01:27 PM.
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Lol, I'm a Dallas Fan.....
Originally Posted by MrWireless31
How are you rebooting your phone?, by reset from an internal app or a battery pull? I hope you're doing a battery pull.
Wirelessly posted (9630)
Let's see if I can help.
Mr wireless. What city or zip are u using? I will enter it into my BW. It may in fact be the weather station that your using.
Which version of BW do you have. 1.5 or 2.0?
Originally Posted by MrWireless31
I'm running the same device as well as the same OS that you are currently running.
Most everyone, (including yourself due to your OP) knows that this OS does not currently support push notification. This is a case of the OS from RIM and not due to Bellshare.
My installation of the BerryWeather 2.0 application works as advertised.
Seems like it is in your device as all devices are not the same and don't typically act the same as a device similar in nature.
I'm also having an issue. I don't want the weather advisory and it keeps popping up. I unchecked all the box's and did several battery pulls. BB 8530, OS Version 220.127.116.117, BW Version 2.0.54
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