Jan 7th 2008 7:50AM When BC first hit, I felt like a god. Priests had finally been given the tools needed to keep themselves alive while questing or PvPing. Then the pom nerf happened shortly after I hit 70, and I quit for 6 months. When I started again it was with a brand new warrior. Your post did not mention the free spell damage and meditation buffs. These two things have started-- JUST started-- to allow me to enjoy playing my priest. Although the meditation only restores things to how it was with the old trance bonus -_-. They have given me the ounce of strength I needed to lift my beaten and weary priest self back up to try and live instead of face the death sentence that was pom nerf.
Oct 19th 2007 1:27AM Q9c pushed to 08 due to issues with navigation and another part of testing, as far as I know
Sep 30th 2007 1:06PM Nice one Brad!
Sep 27th 2007 8:21PM Our non-unlocked phone just went to no service when I tried to connect in Apollo IM 1.0, and is now giving the incorrect sim message asking to connect to iTunes. The only thing that has been done to this iPhone is Jailbreak and Apollo 1.0 install. Looks like after power cycling and remove/re-insert SIM it will not recover...
Sep 16th 2007 7:04AM I've spent 4 hours re-restoring and retrying these second and third wave methods. At one point I appeared to be unlocked, then all of a sudden got the insert valid sim message again... Finally just re-ran steps in the original release as per iphone.unlock.no
Sep 15th 2007 10:57AM Update: I put in the go-phone pay as you go number (which is now expired) and popped that sim back in, re- iActivated it, and received the go ahead and SMS.
I am not sure if my going thru the iTunes store with the iPhone in question (after a full restore from being unlocked) up to the point where it had given my original sim a new number and routed me to the site to actually make a payment for the pick your plan was what got me through the gate, considering the fact that THAT number gave me the same ineligible message.
Sep 15th 2007 10:00AM When I tried mine that was GoPhone hacked with my other number which activated on iTunes, I received this message on the next page:
"You may not be eligible.
We're sorry, but we can't locate a record of your iPhone. It could be that you've entered the requested information incorrectly. If so, please try entering it again. If the information is correct, there are several reasons why you could have received this message: 1. Your iPhone was purchased at the new, reduced price and is not eligible for a $100 Apple Store credit. 2. You have not activated your iPhone. You must activate your iPhone before we can process your credit. 3. You recently activated your iPhone. It may take up to 24 hours after you register your iPhone before we can process your request. After activating your phone and receiving your activation confirmation, please return to this site to receive your Apple Store credit. For questions, please email Apple at iPhonestorecredit@apple.com. Be sure to include your name, iPhone serial number, the place of purchase (AT&T, Apple Retail Store, or Apple Online Store), the date of purchase and a copy of this entire message. Please see the terms and conditions for more details about eligibility."
Now I'm going to have to use the $50 Pick your plan for a month before I activate my t-mobile plan. And, who knows if even this is going to land me the credit because the system will probably think I purchased after the price cut.
Aug 25th 2007 2:38PM No, the $15 access you are referring to is if you'd like to add tethering to your smartphone, after you pay for $40-45 data access. If you want to tether your dumbphone, be ready to pay $59.99 with no respect to the vcast or premium data plans you might already have. You can pay $15 on sprint for the power vision data package with dumbphones or smartphones to get hooked up to web, email, and vod/mod on the device. We're talking about a $30 price difference for smartphone data access before we start talking about tethering.
Aug 23rd 2007 10:21PM This is true. This device release is a particularly painful one. No new functionality at all, the other versions of this will have software that goes with the razr2 concept to give you html browsing and a smarter experience. Of course not happening with VZW. Same reason iPhone didn't and won't happen on it. Also because VZW won't step to the competition with it's data pricing-- unlimited non-tether EVDO access is unconditionally $15/mo on sprint. You can only access this price point on dumb-phones via Vcast on VZW and so the phones will remain as dumb as possible.
Aug 22nd 2007 2:16PM The Q9m will support removable wifi. My only confirmation of this is I have read it on the comparison sheets we received. Someone should give it a try to confirm.