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Old 09-29-2008, 05:47 PM   #1
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i was thinking that for all the racers who have blackberrys we could all exchange pins on here and get big chatrooms going and just tlk about r/c stuff and w.e and we would all have each other incase we had a quick questions so we didnt have to go post and then wait and i think it could be real fun..

let me know what you guys think and post your pins and then ill add people and post mine
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i guess no one liked this idea
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Either that or no one has blackberries.
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ya which is suprising since they are pretty popular now a days
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i have a 8330 curve but have no idea what your talking about just got it a while ago my buddy calls it the paris hilton phone LOL
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I had a blackberry.. (Curve)

it died in like 5 months, lmfao.

I really liked it too. I'm still missing like 70 contacts cause they stored emselves into the phone.
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Blackberry phones are made about 20 minutes from me. Pretty interesting little devices.
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i have the 8330 through verizon and love it.

if you need blacberry help check out crakcberry.com

waht im talking about is blackberry messenger and you must have a data plan to use it.
then find the icon on your homescreen that has like a white circle and a blue circle called blackberry messenger. enter your name and its set up

then go to option>status and find pin and copy it here and thats your pin used to add contacts
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Or you can just start a new email or sms message and type "mypin" and hit enter.. it'll type out your PIN for you.

BB Messenger is pointless.. nobody really uses it, anyways. If you're wanting to chat, just buy Jivetalk and use it to chat with everyone on AIM, Y!, MSN, Jabber, etc...

Googletalk is free for Blackberry as well.
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most carriers have a version of AIM msn and yahoo for there phones fro free..my buddy has it on his t-mobile one and i got it for my verizon curve
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True, but I needed something that could connect to our company's XMPP server when I was out of the office, and JiveTalk was the only app that could connect to a jabber server the way we needed. I've also used EQO mobile which is free and can connect to all of the aforementioned IM networks (minus the XMPP protocol). You get what you pay for, though..
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