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Old 11-17-2008, 12:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I built a new theme using plazmics 4.6 theme builder and saved it to my home computer. can anyone tell me how to post it so i can download it OTA. the user guide for this theme builder doesnt give enough information for a first time user. feel free to hit me up on yahoo messenger or bb mesenger. my yahoo messenger id is jjoubre3 and my pin is 30343BDA

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Did you find out? Cuz I have the same problem.....
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No I havent found out yet. no one has helped me yet. If you find out let me know
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If you use the search function you will find a TON of info on this exact questions, A TON.

You need a host, you need to make sure that host will allow .jad / .cod files and have the proper MIME type setup for you.

Call your host and talk to them, that's what I ended up having to do.
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You could always install Desktop Manager and load it to your phone that way if you cannot OTA to work for you.
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You could always install Desktop Manager and load it to your phone that way if you cannot OTA to work for you.
...........or drag and drop the .jad / .cod files in a folder on the BB, on say your memory card, and load it that way.

That's how I put the themes I build for myself on my BB, I simply load them on my memory card under a "Themes" folder I have and run them from there.....You even get the nifty little "Download" page just like if it were OTA....
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