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Old 04-18-2008, 07:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i am trying to update my new t mobile 8120 with vendor themes and i cant it is saying that it the browser can not be loaded because it needs the net.rim.blackberry. xml

i dont know what this is all i did was edit the blackberry alx to get the vendor themes i have don this many times but now it is not working?

anyone have any ideas or solutions im kind of in trouble here?
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ok i figured it out i edited the blackberry alx wrong and messed something up so i deleted software and re-edited it.

i just re-read my original post and it is full of all kinds of errors haha.
the phone is re-booting now. i was kind of freaking out there for a minute nothing was working and i could not figure it out.
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