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    Quote Originally Posted by tank244 View Post
    I just care about larger email attachments --- thats all, ---- we need to figure that out!
    Ya one thing i loved back on my windows mobile phone was being able to read all the stupid joke emails i got or dirty video. i miss that now that i have my bold.

    Would it be possible to cook this into a hybrid os?
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    I have a Bold running .297 on AT&T BIS. I followed the directions verbatim and even have a NET Browser, but trying to download large files results in the following error: The requested page was too large to deliver to the device Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by menders View Post
    I have a Bold running .297 on AT&T BIS. I followed the directions verbatim and even have a NET Browser, but trying to download large files results in the following error: The requested page was too large to deliver to the device Any ideas?
    I am on sprint and getting the same message. I also cant send and receive MMS anymore. Has anyone on sprint been able to use this hack and still send and receive SMS messages?

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    I am on sprint and getting the same message. I also cant send and receive MMS anymore. Has anyone on sprint been able to use this hack and still send and receive SMS messages?
    I would try deleting/clearing your service books, then resending them. You can do this by hooking up your phone to your computer and using the advanced option in back up and restore for desktop manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    I would try deleting/clearing your service books, then resending them. You can do this by hooking up your phone to your computer and using the advanced option in back up and restore for desktop manager.
    Thanks Sunkast! I now have MMS up and running again! Thanks a bunch! :haha:

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    I had the same problem with the MMS, since I do use. I deleted the new service books, and resent all back to normal now!

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    On my unlocked, unbranded AT&T Bold the net option is there but no matter what I do it will not "stick". It always returns to internet browser and gives the usual entity too large error. Any ideas?

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    make sure to set the apn for att and also save the options...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
    make sure to set the apn for att and also save the options...
    Have done all that, still no joy. Could it be my os? I'm running Crackmans 1.0 hybrid which has the 5.0 browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherb View Post
    Ya one thing i loved back on my windows mobile phone was being able to read all the stupid joke emails i got or dirty video. i miss that now that i have my bold.

    Would it be possible to cook this into a hybrid os?

    add me on this one too. Dont see myself doing any "power downloading" on my phone. Would have been nice if this did allow larger attachments. should be native on these phones, specially if they are "business phones". What if I actually used my email for work and I got some sort of ppt file. Those arent small. BES or BIS you should be able to open an attachment larger than 2mb. IMO

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    Wirelessly posted (9000 OS 5.0.0.191)

    Quote Originally Posted by OverByter
    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
    make sure to set the apn for att and also save the options...
    Have done all that, still no joy. Could it be my os? I'm running Crackmans 1.0 hybrid which has the 5.0 browser.
    What are your apn settings?
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    Wirelessly posted (9000 OS 5.0.0.191)

    I think is your vendor ID (1/179) instead of any settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
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    What are your apn settings?
    APN:cingular.wap
    Username:WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
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    I think is your vendor ID (1/179) instead of any settings
    My vendor id=1, which is RIM. You think that's it?

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    How do you resemd servise books?? I tried what the other link said and it says I cant get on it with my computer. I tried to log on with my BB and it just shows my email accounts and no option for resending books. My MMS does not work and I am on the Tour with 5.0.0.191

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    via mobile on that screen sroll all the way down till you see the help link, click it and select resend service books
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