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Old 02-01-2008, 11:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a new BlackBerry Pearl 8130. So far it seems much better than the 8100. It actually has GPS built in.

I have my old 8100 that I downloaded some free programs on.
Specifically, I have K-Glom, and for some unknown reason, BlackBerry no longer has a link to it on their site and I have wasted countless our looking for it.
If you know where I can find it, please let me know, but this brings up a while other issue.
I already have it. I want to copy it from my old Pearl 8100 to my new Pearl 8130.
It seems that the BlackBerry is very primitave by default.
Even BlueTooth is crippled.
My LG phones for my wife and daughter can do more.
There is no sync or file transfer on the BlackBerry via BlueTooth.
It has to be done with a cable. It seems that the only thing BlueTooth is good for is headsets and accessories.
How stupid is that?
There has got to be good 3rd party software out there to solve at least some of these issues.
I ran a backup of the apps with the desktop software, but it won't restore apps. I just have them on a folder on my hard drive.
Is there a way to install these?
Is there a good BlueTooth file manager?
Are there good software and hack sites?
I also heard there is a program to toggle the camera super bright LED flash so it can be used for a flashlight, but I can't find it.

I know this is getting to be a long message, but if you can answer any part of it, please do.

Thanks!
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