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  1. #25
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    Themes would be nice however since RIM isn't actually making it I don't think it will happen.



  2. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    I fail to understand your logic. What would the benefit of wifi have been? Wifi doesn't seem like a logical choice for the type of product.
    Quote Originally Posted by mallinj View Post
    They should have added a Wifi receiver to the watch so by Bluetooth non-Wifi BBs (Tour 1) could connect to Wifi. RIM blew it. That would have been a rockin' watch.
    There is no logic in this statement. lol. What hes trying to say is that if the watch had wifi built into it than he's saying the bluetooth connection would act as a bridge connection and add Wifi capability to non-wifi blackberrys.

    This would require the watches software to facilitate this or some kind of API to interface with the blackberry browser, or even a browser specifically for this functionality. Also, RIM didn't design this watch. It's a 3rd party company that works closely with RIM.

    Soooo :



    *****Internet***** > ****Wifi AP**** > ***inPulse Watch Built-In Wifi Card*** > **Watch Bluetooth connection to your BB** > *New Software* = Wifi on your "Non-Wifi" BB


    Also..... Never going to happen. LOL
    Last edited by BBphreak; 10-29-2009 at 11:10 AM.

  3. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBphreak View Post
    There is no logic in this statement. lol. What hes trying to say is that if the watch had wifi built into it than he's saying the bluetooth connection would act as a bridge connection and add Wifi capability to non-wifi blackberrys.

    This would require the watches software to facilitate this or some kind of API to interface with the blackberry browser, or even a browser specifically for this functionality. Also, RIM didn't design this watch. It's a 3rd party company that works closely with RIM.
    What he said :haha:



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