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Old 06-10-2009, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried to use BB Desktop Manager to install some games for my BB. However, everytime I choose to add those alx fikes, it shows "no addtional apps designed for your device were found."

I did tons of research. I upgraded to t-mobile's latest version BB DM. It just won't work.

Guys, please help. Are there any other alternate ways to install these apps?
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Old 06-10-2009, 12:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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There are two pieces of software that you need to load on to your computer. First is the BlackBerry Desktop Manager, and the second is the BlackBerry device software that matches the version found on your BlackBerry. Once that second piece is installed, you should be able to load applications to the BlackBerry using the Desktop Manager.
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A search brings up this:

Application Loader Error - BlackBerryFAQ
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PLEASE, Where can I find the second piece? I am using 8320 on T-Mobile, but I cannot find the thing you described on tmobile's web page.

Could you give me a link??? Many thanks!
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http://www.t-mobile.com/bbupgrade
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You want "handheld software." It's the first line when you get to the download page.
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OK, this is going to upgrade my Curve phone operating system, right?

I am currently using another version of BB system which support east asian language.

Basically, this is going to erase my cell phone system and replace with a new one, right?
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If you installed another OS to the BB is that OS still installed on the pc you're using? If not, you can simply install to the pc the same one you have installed on the BB. Then it won't upgrade. You only said you were using an 8320 on TMobile. You sound like you've never installed an OS before yet you've got a different OS installed and other languages.

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I reinstalled the handheld software I got it worked!!!! Thanks John!
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