Alternative To Beup Live

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by 4zndude345, Aug 25, 2008.

Aug 25, 2008

Alternative To Beup Live by 4zndude345 at 6:15 PM (871 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. 4zndude345
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    k get DsOrganzie than go to Irc change the server to Alternative To Beup Live than for commands when u connect is 'account add msn youremail@hotmail.com yourpassword' and the red thingy is buddy list and thats it
     
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    They already have a topic on this...
    And no, IRC IS NOT BETTER THAN an MSN client.
     
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    thats an irc not a msn thing
     
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    Just use the Web Browser and go to m.ebuddy.com. There are plenty of these topics already.
     
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    ... u do /s im.uk.bitlbee.org than ya
     
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    n00b... plz we all know how to use IRC and understand that we can switch the server :wtf: I have my hooked up to the KoC IRC serv. we arn't all n00bs here. AND you should have posted that under the other topic no reason to start a new one that NEEDS reference to the other poster.
     
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    It probably takes you user and password and uses them for spam.
    WE AREN'T THAT STUPID!
     

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