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  1. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    I lived in NYC long enough to realize that AT&T is straight awful in that city. VZW is a much better option IMO.
    I hear that jlevy. Honestly it's not the phone I'm worried about the most. If the network is shot, then what good is the phone?



  2. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranatsu View Post
    AT&T does block blackberry maps with there service books. It was blocked on my 8310, and my 9000. If you look around you'll find ways to get around it, but they basically block the icon from showing up.
    I appreciate the info. Do you have any clue where to look for work around?
    i looked all over here and CB but yet to find anything concrete at all.

  3. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by tevansny View Post
    I appreciate the info. Do you have any clue where to look for work around?
    i looked all over here and CB but yet to find anything concrete at all.
    The icon is disabled through AT&T service books and you cannot assign a left or right key to it.
    It works by installing Poynt and you will have the option of using either google maps or blackberry maps. If you choose blackberry maps, it launches the application.



  4. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bioberry View Post
    The icon is disabled through AT&T service books and you cannot assign a left or right key to it.
    It works by installing Poynt and you will have the option of using either google maps or blackberry maps. If you choose blackberry maps, it launches the application.
    Thank You ! :hail:

    I will give that a go. I appreciate it.

  5. #29
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    Yes, the only way to launch it is to find some program that is able to launch it. eGPS is able to launch it as well.



  6. #30
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    In reply to all the threads about BBmaps, with tevansny figuring out for me, we installed the Poynt program, and indeed it did open BBmaps. Thanks so much for all the help guys!!

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