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1. | Dec 14, 2013
you tell me more about cannot accses to any icon ? We would like to fix your problem.If you want to stay on old web messenger, click Stay here button.
2. | Dec 13, 2013
I believe AppStore and IMS serve difrnfeet purposes:IMS allows operators to deploy new services by using/sharing existing infrastructure to reduce cost (e.g. for security, authentication, billing, location, etc). In contrast, AppStore allows iPhones to access new apps that are either stand-alone (run on the phone e.g. a game) or provide some service via the Internet (e.g. Pandora). Each back-end service provider builds its own service platform, not sharing any common elements, quite the opposite of IMS.As an end user, with AppStore, I am exposed to a set of fragmented apps and services, that do not talk to each other, and I need to establish a separate trust relationship with each service provider. This is far from ideal.I think there are other models that are closer to IMS, such as DoCoMo’s iMode or Qualcomm BREW hosted services. These models provide a marketplace for developers, but allow the operator to provide some common infrastructure – most notably, the billing relationship with the subscriber. The service back-end is still disjoint, but at least, the subscriber has one service provider to deal with.As we evolve to an all-IP network (including, for voice) operators have to think hard about what role they can play. It is hard to imagine they will always succeed in building the most compelling services, in the face of innovation from Internet based services. Rather, they should forge relationships with such innovative services, and provide a beneficial conduit between their subscribers and new services e.g. by providing common authentication, location management, billing, etc.
3. | Dec 12, 2013
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4. | Aug 2, 2013
There are devices for tknaricg mobile phones but they will all inform the user of the phone, this usually includes a text sms message that they are being tracked etc, this is to protect the rights of the person using the phone regardless of their age and informing them someone is tknaricg their every move.
5. | Aug 1, 2013
, that can capture it, inreprtet it and then display it with useful info ..that's what you need, but ..always a but I am not sure if you can acquire such a device, and if you can what cost. Again .it all comes back to money. It's a shame, but that's how things stand for you.I know this isn't useful, but I thought understanding what you're dealing with might help in some way.
6. | Jul 30, 2013
The thing that they keep saying is free calls. That's not right at all. You have to have Skype out or SIP in order to make any calls. Fring to Fring calls don't work. A pramgormer friend and I tested this out. I loaded it on my Nokia E71 and he did the same. It did not pick up that we both had Fring. Nor did it support Yahoo IM buddies. Chat only. So, there's no free calls. Only if two parties have the same SIP provider or skype can you make calls for free. Fring alone did not work in our tests.