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Old 10-02-2008, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I think I need to reload my current O/S...AT&T 4.2.2. For some reason I cannot read my attachments anymore and I've tried on Desktop v4.3 to uninstall and re-install Attachment Services. These used to be viewable and the e:mails showed a paperclip....now it does not. I can see there is attachment but when I click on for MENU no option to view.

So, any ideas or do I need to reload O/S? How can I do this with current version ?...don't want to upgrade past my AT&T 4.2.2.170.

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Here you go:
How do I wipe the BlackBerry using Jl Cmder? - BlackBerryFAQ

Download your OS from your ATT BIS site.
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Then try it again. JL_cmder does work.
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Old 10-03-2008, 12:32 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Then try it again. JL_cmder does work.
Kept getting comm error.....running this now.........
What to do next if Jl Cmder will not connect and wipe - BlackBerryFAQ

Why would attachment service all of a sudden not work ?

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Perhaps you deleted it from the BB?

Did you try loading it from DM > App Loader?

Personally, I would recommend loading the latest officially released OS for the 8700, but you do whatever you think is best.
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Perhaps you deleted it from the BB?

Did you try loading it from DM > App Loader?

Personally, I would recommend loading the latest officially released OS for the 8700, but you do whatever you think is best.
I have a 8310...not 8700. The latest O/S on AT&T site is 4.2.2.170. I know BB Forums has 4.5.xx. I went back into app loader and it showed that the attachment service was there.....also showed on phone...even though did not work anymore. So, I unistalled then re-installed the attachment service....no luck. So, I am now reloading the 4.2.2.170 O/S. If this does not work....I'll upgrade to 4.5 O/S.
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Ah, I was only guessing from what your profile to the left states.

8310 -- even more reason to go OS 4.5
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Ah, I was only guessing from what your profile to the left states.

8310 -- even more reason to go OS 4.5
Why is that ?
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Because the 8310 is a great multimedia smartphone, adn OS 4.5 adds video recording and HTML email to the functions, and lots more.
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Because the 8310 is a great multimedia smartphone, adn OS 4.5 adds video recording and HTML email to the functions, and lots more.
Is there a feature summary list somewhere ?

Updated my profile....thanks...was old.
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No, no list. There are hundreds of posts in the previous OS 4.5 threads detailing it all.
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Questions that have been asked and answered here often:
1) Messages > Options > Email Reconciliaton. Choose your email under Message Services and set the desired "delete on" default.
2) In the FAQ: How do I reset my message counter to clear, or zero? - BlackBerryFAQ
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