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Get It Now Games

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Matthew Gartenhaus, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     



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  2. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  3. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  4. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  5. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  6. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  7. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  8. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  9. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  10. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  11. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  12. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  13. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     
  14. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    dr.wireMORE wrote:
    > While stealing is the first thought; the 2nd thought is more technical. Is
    > there any software product that allows you to move a feature from one phone
    > and put it on another phone (of the same make/model) without paying for it
    > double?


    It is technically possible, but only by subverting the billing and provisioning
    system for Brew and violating the licensing. The downloads are for a phone and
    are not transferrable. (ie you can do it but only because the "protection"
    system Qualcomm implemented has unintended holes. No I won't say what they
    are.)

    Personally I wish people would give Verizon more heat over the pricing and
    restrictions in Brew, and call up and complain when they want to move
    phones etc.

    Roger
     

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