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CNN I would like to download the CNN Video service. When trying the message is that the PDA is incompatible! Can I overcome this? If not then when will it be compatible?

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As of now the phone is not yet compatible with the CNN video service , hopefully if they relase a new software for this unit that's the time the phone will be working with CNN video better contact the phone manufacturer and ask them about this concern....

Hope that helps.........

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You may need to contact your mobile phone service provider to sign up for video service if you have a problem receiving CNN.com or CNN video on your phone.

http://edition.cnn.com/help/mobile.html does not say anything about specific phone requirements as long as
your phone is Web-enabled and your service plan includes wireless Web access you're good to go.

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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