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Old 11-14-2008, 11:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok i read the sticky and saw that BBlight is available. Let me get this straight. BBlight will allow me to set my blackberry's screen to light up when i get a text message instead of just the little red light correct? Now heres my problem. How do i do it? I cant figure out how to get it onto my phone. I download it and its files that i have to open up with a certain program and I really don't know what to do. If someone could help me it would be highly appreciated. Thank you
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Extract the ZIP to a folder on your PC. Fire up the Blackberry Desktop software, click on the Application Loader .. add/remove application then click the Browse button. Point it at your extracted folder, select teh BBLight file and click Next.. the rest is done for you.
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The easiest way is to go to BlackBerryTools OTA from your BlackBerry's web browser and download BBLight from there. This is referred to as a "Over The Air" (OTA) installation and doesn't require that you have a computer at all. Once installed, run it, select whatever options you want (make sure to also select the "Activate on Startup" option). To make sure it's activated right away (without requiring a restart), bring up the menu and select "Activate".
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