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Old 04-08-2009, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I was wondering if anyone else had trouble getting there 8310 working on there comp? i have the latest drivers installed, and BlackBerry see's that it's connected to the computer, but my computer doesn't rec. that it has connected.

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Also, is there a simple way to get some free themes for my phone?

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Old 04-09-2009, 12:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If your desktop manager simply doesn't see the device then first make sure the associated tray application blackberry manager is running and shows connected to your device. If not fix that first in the connections tab. Same for the desktop manager. You should find a function to look for and connect to your "PIN".

If you want the pc to see the media card on the berry as a removeable disk like a thumb drive you need to have a media card. Then you need to set up both p the "media card support" and "mass storage mode support" to ON.

Free themes are everywhere. Here, crackberry,getjar,pinstack,freeblackberrythemes just to name a few. Find the OTA download link via phone or email yourself the link and just click it to install. These are .jad files. Zip files are for desktop manager install technique, for more advanced users. Hope this helps! Cheers

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i have the latest drivers installed, and BlackBerry see's that it's connected to the computer, but my computer doesn't rec. that it has connected.
Can you clarify what you're saying? What's "Blackberry"? Desktop Manager? Where are you checking to see that your computer recognizes that your BB is connected?

If DM sees your BB then you're set.

Are you saying that Mass Storage Mode isn't working (media card doesn't show up as a removable drive)?
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