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Old 10-08-2004, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 7100 Themes posted for your downloading pleasure

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All tested on our 7100t and working fine - you will need a loader.
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Old 10-08-2004, 03:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sweet, thanks!
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I hope you will not get any trouble with RIM for offering the download.
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these work on a tmo 7230 /w OS 4. I have them all installed. plus the 7230 voda theme.
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I hope you will not get any trouble with RIM for offering the download.
If they ask me I will remove them... but lets face it they are freely available.
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Anyone try these yet? Anyone vouch for the location?
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Anyone try these yet? Anyone vouch for the location?
Yes we have tried them - they are in my 7100 right now.

Vouch for the location? Are asking if I'm an okay guy?
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I tried them in my 7100t and they worked fine.

Download the blackberry developer JDE and then use the javaloader to put the files on your blackberry. For me I copied the .cod files into the bin directory (within the RIM folder) and executed:

javaloader -usb load *.cod

Or something like that.
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Can we use the Desktop Manager App Loader to load these?

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Can we use the Desktop Manager App Loader to load these?

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No.
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You can actually... Edit Blackberry.alx Search for themes...
You'll see the default blackberry theme - net_rim_theme_blackberry.cod. Put the new themes in the JAVA subdirectory, and add the filenames in below the default blackberry theme.
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Or create a new alx file.
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I guess that's true but I was sort of answering from a no-brainer point of view. Using the Javaloader is pretty simple. But I stand corrected - you can use the Desktop Manager.
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What version of 4.0 are you using? I have 4.0.0.100 and I get

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Just loaded them on my 7100. Just like joshkerr described.
I am not sure I like the Vodaphone theme. Kind of got used to the T-Mobile theme.

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4.0.0.126
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Maybe it's a .100 bug then
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Two problems - please help!

1. I'm getting a "cannot find server" error when trying to access rcg's site for the downloads. :(

2. I stripped out the 7730 theme from a firmware pack, loaded it on my 7100 via the javaloader, and although it appeared to install successfully and rebooted the 7100 (or at least I got the hour glass for a while) it does NOT show up in my theme list. Ugh! What am I doing wrong? This is the one I'm hoping to try...
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Neat. Works fine, but it's a bummer that you can't hide icons from the Voda theme.
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could someone post the 7100v bluetooth profile (I think it's called net_rim_bluetooth or something like that)... or at least compare it to the one on the 7100t and tell me if it's different. I'd heard there are differences and the 7100v version may allow more. This may be an urban myth. I don't think it extends beyond the headset and hands_free profiles, but the BMW car kit supposedly works with the 7100v and not the 7100t.
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