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Old 02-19-2008, 12:58 PM   #221 (permalink)
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:00 AM   #222 (permalink)
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So, I've done all this deleting *yay*!
I opened DM & App loader..
Checked and unchecked what I wanted..
Click next and I get this:

"The application "Browser" cannot be loaded, because it requires the following applications that are not available:

net.rim.blackberry.xml"

Little help? Hehe

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nevermind =) Someone told me how to fix this..
Shoulda realized to send service books =D

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Old 02-20-2008, 10:36 AM   #223 (permalink)
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Sending service books isn't the issue. You need to re-edit your Blackberry.alx file.
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:40 PM   #224 (permalink)
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So, you edited the blackberry.alx

You deleted the vendor.xml

Did you go through the apploader all the way to the end? Also, make sure if you have a CDMA device that you remove the tmo myfaves .cod's as they may cause errors on your device.
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Old 02-20-2008, 02:49 PM   #225 (permalink)
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great guide!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 02-20-2008, 03:15 PM   #226 (permalink)
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Yes
Yes and
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This has been completed successfully. It turns out a reboot was necessary. I tried the Apploader again today and it loaded all the themes.

Thanks for all your help. You guys are great.
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Old 02-20-2008, 03:37 PM   #227 (permalink)
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Still leery of deleting without checking first. So far the advice here has been great. In anycase, I've gotten rid of unused themes, pictures, video, languages. However, there seem to be a few files that have languages associated with them (i.e., varying versions with different languages).

net_rim_bb_crypto_resource__es.cod
net_rim_bb_crypto_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostic_resource__es.cod
net_rim_bb_diagnostic_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_elt_resource_es.cod
net_rim_bb_elt_resource_fr.cod
net_rim_bb_help_cdma_gps_positron__es.cod
net_rim_bb_help_cdma_gps_positron__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_resource_es.cod
net_rim_bb_lbs_resource_fr.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_resource__es.cod
net_rim_bb_ldap_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_passwordkeeper_resource__es.cod
net_rim_bb_passwordkeeper_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_peer_resource_es.cod
net_rim_bb_qm_peer_resource_fr.cod
net_rim_bb_resource__es.cod
net_rim_bb_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_bb_secureemail_help__es.cod
net_rim_bb_secureemail_help__fr.cod
net_rim_bbapi_pim_res__es.cod
net_rim_bbapi_pim_res__fr.cod
net_rim_bis_client__es.cod
net_rim_bis_client__fr.cod
net_rim_crypto_resource__es.cod
net_rim_crypto_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_ecmascript_resource__es.cod
net_rim_ecmascript_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_mds_runtime_resource__es.cod
net_rim_mds_runtime_resource__fr.cod
net_rim_platform_im_resource__af.cod (a lot of versions I won't list)
net_rim_platform_resource__ca.cod (same)
net_rim_platformapps_resource__ar.cod (same)

There are others, but that's the gist. Overall, each is small but in total they add up to a fair amount of space.

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Old 02-20-2008, 03:52 PM   #228 (permalink)
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I'm not 100% sure, but when I plugged in my phone today, to finish this optimizing stuff, I had an option in the app loader to delete most of those anyway. I was able to check/uncheck any languages I didn't want.. Maybe your's will be the same? Saves the worry of hurting the phone deleting something you shouldn't hehe
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Sending service books isn't the issue. You need to re-edit your Blackberry.alx file.

Lol, I'm just so confused! I did re-edit the file, so maybe that is what fixed it. I realized I just deleted the "XXX" of the vendorIDs, not the whole _vendorID="xxx", maybe what was causing the grief.

I needed to send service books anyway, which just became a big pain.. but that's another story entirely.

All in all, I'm VERY happy I finally took the time to read and follow this guide. I'm at 35mb free right now, I could get more if I deleted some 3rd party apps, but it's definitely a major improvement!

My dad heard that I was doing this and he was like, "well if you kill it, you can put the original back I guess, but when I did the deleting of other languages with windows millenium (to free space) it screwed up everything because they were all bundled, are you sure it's not the same?"

Glad to know that it's not the same =) Whats funny is he stands by and watches as a delete OS files from a $600 phone :P
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Old 02-20-2008, 04:25 PM   #230 (permalink)
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Quick question, I did this a couple weeks ago and last night I checked show all on accident. While looking through I realized that the PTT icon was still there, so I clicked on it. It says "error starting net_rim_bb_phone_ptt_app: Module 'KnJCDE' not found". Did I do this correctly, or is there one more module I forgot to delete to rid the phone completely of PTT? Thanks.
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JC please help i messed somthing up, i followed all your directions it worked great except somehow i deleted my sms and browser?? I tried a restore from before i did all this and it still didn't bring that back.
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Old 02-20-2008, 05:57 PM   #232 (permalink)
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So, you deleted all your sms messages? Nothing in this procedure would delete all your sms messages.

The browser is likely due to a lost service book. Resend your service books.
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Old 02-20-2008, 07:30 PM   #233 (permalink)
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Quick question, I did this a couple weeks ago and last night I checked show all on accident. While looking through I realized that the PTT icon was still there, so I clicked on it. It says "error starting net_rim_bb_phone_ptt_app: Module 'KnJCDE' not found". Did I do this correctly, or is there one more module I forgot to delete to rid the phone completely of PTT? Thanks.
Could this mean that you deleted the KnJCDE.cod and not the net_rim_bb_phone_ptt_app one? Would make sense, seeing as the app is there, but it cant find the module hehe
Check in your Java folder for it?
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So, you deleted all your sms messages? Nothing in this procedure would delete all your sms messages.

The browser is likely due to a lost service book. Resend your service books.
nope not just the messages the whole thing, that little mailbox icon is gone i cant even figure out how to find my messages and the little globe for the browser is missing all the other icons are still there

how do i resend service book?(sorry if thats a noob question)

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I know one way to do it is on your phone..
Go into Set Up internet Email - on the first page under setting it'll say Service Books

I know tmobile also has a send service books options on their my t-mobile page. Not sure where it is for all carriers, but I think all carriers do the same.

Worst comes to worst, call your customer service, and ask them to send em!
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Does that mean your problem is solved?
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Could this mean that you deleted the KnJCDE.cod and not the net_rim_bb_phone_ptt_app one? Would make sense, seeing as the app is there, but it cant find the module hehe
Check in your Java folder for it?
Well im an idiot. I just went back through my java folder and there it was. I woulda swore I deleted it the first time I went through the steps. Makes me wonder now what I deleted when I thought it was that. lol. Anyway, thanks for the help.
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sort of, i restored the phone from the restore i saved, the icons for the sms and the browser came back, but then when i clicked on one of them I got the white screen and error523 i followed the instrustions on the forums reloaded the OS now the phone is back to the way it was when i bought it, i only have 5-3mb of memory available and all i have is one 3rd party. I've deleted the video, ringtones, help and BB messenger and 5mb is the best i'm getting :( Any adivce? how can i copy a pic of my screen so i can post it up here and show you?

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thanks for the detailed instructions. How much memory is ideal/acceptable for optimum performance?

RE the item below. I miss my room service ringer.
When I try the steps below I cannot find the following file:
net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes_tunebundles_tunes8700g.c od

I had seen it before in other os's. But for the 8700g 4.2.1.107 the file that is avail is called net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes.cod. Same thing for 8100 4.2.1.107.
Anyway if I copy this file it ask me if I want to overwrite the same file name in my 8320 4.2.2.180 java folder.
Also I tried the file called: net_rim_bb_media_tunebundles_sonicnetworks.cod but same deal as this file already exists in the new OS.
If I change the file name to something like net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes1.cod or net_rim_bb_media_tunebundles_sonicnetworks1.cod it doesnt seem to work.

Anyway can you point me to the net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes_tunebundles_tunes8700g.c od file. I assume it exists somewhere on the site.



Bonus tip:

Did you have an old 8700g or 8100 Blackberry that had those ringtones and notifiers that you really liked, but lost them in in an upgrade or new BB? Simply download and install one of those old OS's (any 4.2.0 OS for the Pearl will have it,) then go to the java folder and move the following .cod from that java folder to your current OS java folder. Once you copy it out of that folder you can go to Control Panel >Add/Remove Programs and uninstall that OS that you don't need (don't uninstall your current OS, though .)

net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes_tunebundles_tunes8700g.c od

Once you've moved that into the current OS java folder then go back to your Blackberry.alx file and find the following:

<fileset Sound="Tunes8700g" Java="1.0">
<files>
net_rim_bb_media_tunebundles_sonicnetworks.cod
</files>
</fileset>

add the following so it looks like this:

<fileset Sound="Tunes8700g" Java="1.0">
<files>
net_rim_bb_media_tunebundles_sonicnetworks.cod
net_rim_bb_profiles_tunes_tunebundles_tunes8700g.c od
</files>
</fileset>

Now plug your device in, run application loader all the way through and you should have those old ringtones along with your new ones. (there may be a duplicate or two but, hey, you've freed up so much memory you can afford it, right?)

***Note: You will have to do this each time you upgrade your OS. Simply run this same process on the new OS/java folder created after installing the new OS to the PC. Be sure to delete the vendor.xml again.

Please don't copy and past this post into other forums without my permission. You're welcome to post a link to it, if you like, though. ~Thanks, JC.[/quote]
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