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  1. the1onlyjosh's Avatar
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    Default Visual Voice Mail on Sprint

    Does anyone have visual voice mail on sprint with their 9850?
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    Is the feature offered by Sprint?

    This is a carrier based feature and SPreint would have to support it.
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    Sprint keeps telling me the phone is capable of it and that they offer it.

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    Use YouMail. I have been using it and it works great. I believe I emailed them for the beta version, its 2.5.7
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    thanks. if i cant visual voice mail and then the provisions right then i will connect youmail about beta.
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    I recently switched from AT & T to Sprint to get the 9850. I specifically asked the rep if the 9850 had visual voice mail capability, they assured me it did and it was preloaded.

    Well, guess what. It is not and you will have to you youmail if you want this service. This was confirmed by the store rep when I called them 2 days after purchasing.

    This may be a deal breaker for me. I switched to Sprint to try them out for 30 days since there would be no financial loss by doing so. I am already seeing that I get very poor reception at my home (which is also my office), but so far on the road it has been good.

    I read some bad reviews about youmail so was reluctant to download, but may give it a try.

    My other option is to go back to AT & T and wait for them to release the phone. I do really like the phone however.
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    Hey guys, I'm trying the native BB visual voicemail for the torch 9850/9860 and thought I'd share it here:
    http://www.theiexplorers.com/LeakedApps/VVM/VVM.jad

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    Have tried it. I have also tried a newer version I extracted from .353. I can get both to load with no errors. But neither one will deliver my voicemails. I'm thinking its something with not getting the provisions from sprint.

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    I just watched a youtube video of the Verizon BB 9850 and the visual voicemail icon was installed. Anybody knows what's the Verizon OS version that comes out of the box?

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    Personally I found Youmail a pain to set up and use. Ive been using Hullomail (the free version) and i love it. Something you may look into....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jzvi12 View Post
    . Anybody knows what's the Verizon OS version that comes out of the box?
    7.0.0.254 on Verizon out of the box.
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    Tried it. Works. I found that I sometimes didn't receive calls at all. It seemed to take most of the pre-set ring length to route through the service to the phone, meaning I had about 5-10 seconds to answer the phone before voicemail. I've hand the same problem for every alternative voice mail system I have tried - except recently for Hullomail. That one works right.
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    how 'bout video MMS???
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