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Old 01-18-2009, 11:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I Jus Barely Got My Blackberry Curve 8320 And Loving It... I Seen People Put Tons Of Applications, Games, And Emulators On There Phone But I Seem To Can't Load Them On Through Desktop Softare App Loader... It Seems To Pull Up An Error Saying That "no Additional Application Is Designed For Your Device?" And The Screen Showing "no Softare Is Available For Your Device."

What Should I Do Or How Can I Start Loading Third-party Apps On My Phone... Plzzz Help... Anyone???

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Old 01-19-2009, 09:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi...

I Jus Barely Got My Blackberry Curve 8320 And Loving It... I Seen People Put Tons Of Applications, Games, And Emulators On There Phone But I Seem To Can't Load Them On Through Desktop Softare App Loader... It Seems To Pull Up An Error Saying That "no Additional Application Is Designed For Your Device?" And The Screen Showing "no Softare Is Available For Your Device."

What Should I Do Or How Can I Start Loading Third-party Apps On My Phone... Plzzz Help... Anyone???

Thanks A Bunch

Hey...

When you use the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to load applications, (assuming you have downloaded some applications), under the load applications section, browse to the location of the .ALX file from the software you downloaded.

You should now see that application in the list, make sure that the checkbox next to it is checked, click Finish and the software should begin loading to your BlackBerry device.

If you need to find some applications to download you can visit sites like Getjar among others, or visit the site of the developers/software companies.

A lot of these sources also allow you to download the applications directly on your device when you visit them via the BlackBerry browser on your phone.

Hope this helps.
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Old 01-22-2009, 07:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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hey when i tried it again it says with a pop up, there are no additional designed for your device" i updated everything as well?

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When you use the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to load applications, (assuming you have downloaded some applications), under the load applications section, browse to the location of the .ALX file from the software you downloaded.

You should now see that application in the list, make sure that the checkbox next to it is checked, click Finish and the software should begin loading to your BlackBerry device.

If you need to find some applications to download you can visit sites like Getjar among others, or visit the site of the developers/software companies.

A lot of these sources also allow you to download the applications directly on your device when you visit them via the BlackBerry browser on your phone.

Hope this helps.
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