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Old 02-27-2008, 12:45 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by barees View Post
You're halfway there.. you also need to download the small "CacheBerry Desktop" windows app (first link on the download page). This utility transfers geocache listings in GPX format (the format used by geocaching.com) to CacheBerry on the blackberry device. Until you do this CacheBerry will indeed be "empty".
For us Mac and Linux users, is it possible to just place the GPX files on the SD card, then move them into place on the device memory using the File Explorer? Or is it that the Windows tool converts the GPX data into another custom format for use?
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