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Old 04-18-2007, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys. Just Easter weekend I upgraded to the TIM release and had no issues. I want to check out the latetst Cingular version so I downloaded it and installed it, deleted the vendor.xml file and plugged in my BB and it synced as usual. I was expecting it to prompt me to install new OS and I got nothing. What is going wrong? Any advice?

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tim realease is newer then cingular?
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yes it should be
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Yeah, I wanted to give another OS a shot. So no luck then? Nobody knows how to fix it?
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Open Desktop Manager and look in Help / About Desktop Manager.
Click on the Device Software tab.

Do you show the TIM software installed on the PC?
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there is a way to downgrade. i personally think the new os is good with telestra fix.
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Try using applicaiton loader within desktop manager.
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Open Desktop Manager and look in Help / About Desktop Manager.
Click on the Device Software tab.

Do you show the TIM software installed on the PC?

Yes, it shows both..
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Try using applicaiton loader within desktop manager.
Did that...couldn't find it.
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Did you run the wizard?
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Did you run the wizard?
OK, I'll bite.. What wizard?
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Did you run the wizard?
Yeah, what wizard?

All I want to do is install the .88 Cingular version. I had no problems when upgrading to the TIM release. Do I need to uninstall the TIM release from my PC? If so, how?
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I clicked on the .exe install file and it gave me the option to repair, reinstall or remove all. I selected remove all and then reinstalled the bb OS.
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That would be for Desktop Manager...
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