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Old 07-31-2008, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi.. Do any one aware about solution for "Invalid serial port selected" while sync through cradle. I an trying reaching manufacture technical support but suggestions will be appreciated
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Which cradle do you have?
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I have Amzer sync and charge cradle

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I spoke to tech support of Amzer and they suggested for sync port validation which worked. I am sharing for all who often face problem like this

1 - Start the BlackBerry Desktop Manager on your computer.
2 - Connect your phone to your PC using the data cable you got with cradle. Ensure they are no loose connections.
3 - On the menu bar, click on Options > Connection Settings
4 - From the drop down beside "Connection", select <USB> and click Detect. This will automatically detect the port on which you have connected your phone
5 - Your BlackBerry Desktop Manager should automatically detect the port. Click OK
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