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    Storm 2 allowed on AT&T?

    I remember reading AT&T disallowed storm's to be used on their network, am I feeding myself lies or was that true?

    Thanks guys :P I'm getting a BB soon

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    Last I read... RIM pulled all storms off gsm networks to keep exclusivity at VZW or other cdma approved provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShimmyShine View Post
    I remember reading AT&T disallowed storm's to be used on their network, am I feeding myself lies or was that true?

    Thanks guys :P I'm getting a BB soon

    Shimmy
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    SHIMMY!!! Where you been homie! Can't wait till you get a BB, you gonna swing by here more often?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Last I read... RIM pulled all storms off gsm networks to keep exclusivity at VZW or other cdma approved provider.
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    As far as I know Jeff this is completely accurate.
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    where did you guys read this? I have a storm 2 on ATT. the thing is you cannot seem to get the service books onto the device with any OS that is more recent than 5.0.0.517.

    oh, hi, i am new to the forum... been a browser, but finally took the plunge.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Last I read... RIM pulled all storms off gsm networks to keep exclusivity at VZW or other cdma approved provider.
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    This is not true, what happened with T-Mobile was a problem on their end, they have since then fixed the issue...

    not sure about ATT tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyser View Post
    where did you guys read this? I have a storm 2 on ATT. the thing is you cannot seem to get the service books onto the device with any OS that is more recent than 5.0.0.517.

    oh, hi, i am new to the forum... been a browser, but finally took the plunge.

    you can always side load service books.


    service books don't care what OS is running

    hence my storm 2 running os6 hybrid and works just fine with all services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg View Post
    you can always side load service books.


    service books don't care what OS is running

    hence my storm 2 running os6 hybrid and works just fine with all services.
    what do you mean "side load"?


    thanks

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