The subject line about says it all. I was really hoping for Yahoo IM support for messaging, but until that gets fixed or I give up an buy an app, I was going to use Yahoo & MSN forwarding to SMS. It worked great on my MotoQ with Verizon...
SMS messages from both carriers arrive blank on my Palm Pixi Plus. Can anybody verify that as a bug for me and/or provide a workaround?
Not sure I follow you correctly. But you know you can add from the Messaging App, from the drop down top left menu, choose Preferences and Accounts, Add IM account, choose Yahoo. This will give you the actual Yahoo IM instead of using the SMS option.
No I can't. Please see my post here, as there is no option to add Yahoo available on either my wife's Pre or my Pixi (Version 184.108.40.206, Config Verizon 1.1) that we just acquired through Verizon. I've already tried the fixes that you specifically recommended to Sprint users on other threads. They have had no impact on my phone.
To clarify, both MSN Live and Yahoo IM have options to send all IM messages to a cell # when you log out on your PC. This worked great on my MotoQ. When an SMS arrives from either of those services on our Palm devices, there is only the 'sent from' number and no text in the body.
To test this yourself, both platforms have an option to send a message to an mobile number. I encourage you to test this or private message me to arrange a test. If you want pictures of phone displays I can provide those.
Looking around I just discovered for myself that the Verizon versions do not have yahoo IM as of now. Thats a bummer, not sure there reason behind it or if they plan on adding it soon. It works on Sprint.
My yahoo messages are blank, my Facebook messages are blank, my international text messages are blank. My old EnV2 could receive all of these. I thought I was upgrading by getting a Palm Pixi! What is the deal??
Has this problem been solved, I would like to recieve my MSN and Yahoo messages through SMS rather then leaving the IM function on all the time. That is for atleast Yahoo, as there is no MSN on webOS -_-
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