Yahoo Messenger for Android doesn't work well on Froyo...any fixes ?Support


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  1. cstavaru

    cstavaru Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,

    I just installed the much awaited Yahoo! Messenger for Android from the Market. Unfortunately, all my contacts are shown offline, I can send messages to them but I cannot receive the replies. Anyone has the same problems ? Any fixes ?

    Thanks !
     

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  2. phlojo

    phlojo Well-Known Member

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    It works fine for me...
     
  3. Roze

    Roze Hiding behind a mystery VIP Member

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    Did you see if Yahoo is compatible with FroYo? You might want to contact the Yahoo support/dev with this.
     
  4. opticalshadow

    opticalshadow Well-Known Member

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    if it isnt compatible there are other Im programs out there that can let you atleast connect to yahoo, personally i use the Meebo app, but i also have all the ims too.
     
  5. fabler

    fabler Well-Known Member

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    Yeah.. I've installed it on my nexus one.. and it's running fine without any problem.
     
  6. techdaring

    techdaring Well-Known Member

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    It's work fine for me. You can try to uninstall and install it again.
     
  7. inspirohost

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    Cstavaru,

    Which smartphone are you using and what version of droid does it currently run? If it's older than 2.1, maybe consider upgrading to 2.1. Also, is there any type of firewall that's running on your cell or anything that would block incoming ports, etc? This sort of problem normally occurs on PCs when an antivirus or firewall program blocks certain incoming ports. Disabling them or allowing communication through those ports normally solves the problem.
     

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