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Re: Blackberry 8100 Messenger
You can do it yourself as long as you have already have the Blackberry Internet Service on your account with T-Mobile. After that all you have to do is click on blackberry messenger and then it will ask you for a display name. If you dont have the Blackberry Plan through T-mobile you cannot use the Blackberry Messenger
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You first need to buy R60 airtime for the network you are using such as MTN, Vodacom, Cell C etc. That R60 will be the amount you need for (BIS) Blackberry Internet Service. You need BIS to enable BBM (Blackberry Messenger) to work. Once you have topped up your airtime with R60, you need to dial *141*11# which should bring up the option to activate BIS. Choose BIS and not any other option. BIS is usually option 1, but just make sure you select to activate BIS. Once BIS is activated then you can go onto BBM (Blackberry Messenger) and you should be able to send messages. You then have internet access as well. The great thing about the BIS is that it lasts for a month, without you needing to pay anything after the R60 to send as many messages as you like for free on BBM, plus you can use the internet on your phone as much as you like too! I am experiencing a problem getting BIS on my Blackberry Curve which I shall ask a question about on this site!! Good luck :)
go to Options > Advanced > Applications and scroll the Yahoo
1) Messenger application and don't click on it, just scroll to it. Click
Menu > Delete and remove the application.
(IF YOU HAVE NOT INSTALLED YAHOO MESS SKIP THE STEP 2 and GO TO 3 DIRECTLY) 2) Now, do a reboot:
With the BlackBerry device powered ON, remove the battery a few seconds
and then reinsert the battery to reboot.
3)Finally, use your BlackBerry browser to go to
and download/install the Yahoo Messenger application again.
After installation and possibly another reboot, check your Instant Messaging Folder, or Downloads folder for the application.
you have not specified which Blackberry you (from your provider or an unlocked one) but to put back Messenger back inside you need to download the latest Blackberry software from THE CARRIER THAT IS ON YOUR BLACKBERRY (whichever logo is printed on your blackberry) and install it on your computer. Then using the Blackberry Desktop click app loader and select Messenger to load to your blackberry
Reload using BlackBerry Desktop Manager or downloading the application from the BlackBerry.
Complete the following steps: 1) Download the latest BlackBerry Device Software from your wireless
service provider's web site.
2) Install the BlackBerry Device Software on a computer that has
BlackBerry Desktop Manager installed on it.
3) Connect your BlackBerry smartphone to the computer.
4) From BlackBerry Desktop Manager, double-click Application Loader and follow the instructions in the Application Loader Wizard
to install the BlackBerry Messenger application.