1. hawg187's Avatar
    Thinking of stepping up from storm 1 to a 2. In wifi mode are you still limited to 2.9 mg downloads? Will you still get truncated messages?
    04-23-10 06:34 PM
  2. howarmat's Avatar
    yes, that doesnt matter connection wise. that is a BIS limit
    04-23-10 07:18 PM
  3. stillborn86's Avatar
    That is ********. They need to realize that you're using your personal network and not the carriers. Why is this limited this way?
    04-24-10 02:51 PM
  4. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    It is still using RIM's servers, whether it is on the carrier's network or Wi-Fi.
    04-24-10 02:54 PM
  5. stillborn86's Avatar
    That's unacceptable in RIM's part. Then why can you still browse through your WiFi when the BIS servers are down?
    04-24-10 06:42 PM
  6. howarmat's Avatar
    That's unacceptable in RIM's part. Then why can you still browse through your WiFi when the BIS servers are down?
    you have to switch to the wifi browser that is not using RIMS servers.
    04-24-10 07:12 PM
  7. stillborn86's Avatar
    you have to switch to the wifi browser that is not using RIMS servers.
    Then would that still truncate the data flow?
    04-25-10 02:03 AM
  8. howarmat's Avatar
    Then would that still truncate the data flow?
    well if BIS is down its not going to matter, you wouldnt be getting email so the truncation is moot. The truncation and other limitations comes from anything running on rims servers. You cant get around it since anything you use runs thru BIS.

    There is a hack out there but in allows security exploits too with it and it not wise at all.
    04-25-10 11:14 AM
  9. stillborn86's Avatar
    well if BIS is down its not going to matter, you wouldnt be getting email so the truncation is moot. The truncation and other limitations comes from anything running on rims servers. You cant get around it since anything you use runs thru BIS.

    There is a hack out there but in allows security exploits too with it and it not wise at all.
    I saw that earlier this year, but it looked a little sketchy. I didn't like how you had to replace trusted JVM files with some unknown code. A little sketchy to me.
    04-25-10 03:32 PM
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