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#21
Not an alternative... we can check messages on m.facebook.com.
Personally, I dont want to run anything except the basic conversations IM account. Generates low amounts of data, fast, simple, contacts integration, etc

So I'm hoping for a fix for that.
 
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#22
aha ill look
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Originally Posted by dy1ng View Post
Not an alternative... we can check messages on m.facebook.com.
Personally, I dont want to run anything except the basic conversations IM account. Generates low amounts of data, fast, simple, contacts integration, etc

So I'm hoping for a fix for that.
same here integration and data in kilobytes insted of megabytes is preffered at least for chatting and as facebook intregation is good on n900
 
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I'd assume telegram is off-topic in this thread ... there's a telegram thread somewhere, which shows someone using a python port that seems to work.

but that's not helping those with FB problems
 
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#25
No news yet? Maybe someone contacted facebook support about this? It looks like something was changed. Chat stopped working on n900 2 weeks ago and there is still no real info about what happend.

Android devices seems to be working without any updates for OS or messenger app since, so I cant really say where problem is placed.

I already tried old fixes such as telepathy-gabble package ported from Debian if Im not mistaken. Old fixes does not work or are unlikely to install (Depedencies on older packages mostly). Is here someone who's running their n900 without CSSU update? I won't be flashing mine soon, got enough of it already

Only alternative is, as someone mentioned, the m.facebook.com site, but there is no possibility to "real-time" chat. I'm haveing bad feeling about fix comin' in soon.
 

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AIUI, there won't
Completely different and proprietary(?) system now.
 
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Originally Posted by Ridd92 View Post
No news yet? Maybe someone contacted facebook support about this? It looks like something was changed. Chat stopped working on n900 2 weeks ago and there is still no real info about what happend.

Android devices seems to be working without any updates for OS or messenger app since, so I cant really say where problem is placed.

I already tried old fixes such as telepathy-gabble package ported from Debian if Im not mistaken. Old fixes does not work or are unlikely to install (Depedencies on older packages mostly). Is here someone who's running their n900 without CSSU update? I won't be flashing mine soon, got enough of it already

Only alternative is, as someone mentioned, the m.facebook.com site, but there is no possibility to "real-time" chat. I'm haveing bad feeling about fix comin' in soon.
Sad.
I hate Fb, but its neccessary evil now... most people dont even check their mail.. so, if Fb chat stays dead on N900, then N900 is pretty much dead as IM device for me.
 
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quit FB instead (at least i am)
 

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Originally Posted by sicelo View Post
quit FB instead (at least i am)
I just wrote why I can't.
Hoping for a fix, anyways.
 
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#30
Quiting fb is not an option in this modern wicked world, but this is not about left or stay, this is about fixing the problem.

N900 will loose big part of it's charm being without FB Chat. This is perfect device for IM, but what does it mean without it?

I was scrolling through web in order to find some info about facebook im connectivity and it looks like it doesn't change in years. What does it mean? 2 possible answers:

1. Something is wrong on facebook side, and they are already fixing it so it could be temporary problem/bug.

2. Something is wrong on our side, but there is no one with even idea where to look.

Just checked: Facebook chat on n800 (Diablo-Turbo) is also down.
 

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