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Old 09-23-2007, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is anyone using Funambol's SyncML client on their Curve? I wanted to get that installed to synchronize my calendars between Google Calendar and the Curve. However when I go to install the SyncML plugin on the Curve it tells me that there are no more compatible applications found (meaning that it didn't like the ALX file I was trying to load). The plug-in works on the Pearl. Maybe they haven't updated it for the Curve yet.
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Is anyone using Funambol's SyncML client on their Curve? I wanted to get that installed to synchronize my calendars between Google Calendar and the Curve. However when I go to install the SyncML plugin on the Curve it tells me that there are no more compatible applications found (meaning that it didn't like the ALX file I was trying to load). The plug-in works on the Pearl. Maybe they haven't updated it for the Curve yet.
As JSanders taught me last night, you/we *have* to have the OS download installed in order to install any 3rd party apps using the Desktop software -- I need to install the SyncJe client myself and can't yet, like you. Until T-Mobile releases the OS to us, we've only got OTA install capability.
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I'm also trying the SyncJe client OTA but it gets about half way through the download and fails with a "907 Invalid COD" error.
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I'm also trying the SyncJe client OTA but it gets about half way through the download and fails with a "907 Invalid COD" error.
Exactly! I sent an email to support last night. However just now I downloaded the ZIP and inside it is a JAD file for OTA, I just put it on my server that is OTA friendly. Please hold...

Yes, it's their server. Download the ZIP file from the website, unzip it onto a machine you have that does OTA (*), and it installs just fine. I'm about to start configuring away (gotta dig up all that info)...

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Exactly! I sent an email to support last night. However just now I downloaded the ZIP and inside it is a JAD file for OTA, I just put it on my server that is OTA friendly. Please hold...

Yes, it's their server. Download the ZIP file from the website, unzip it onto a machine you have that does OTA (*), and it installs just fine. I'm about to start configuring away (gotta dig up all that info)...

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configuring apache for mobile browsing rivviepop phantom
It just so happens that I do have an Apache server running that I control. I followed the instructions on that link. One question I have is that once unzipped into the directory with the appropriate htaccess, which COD file do I select? There are several of them.
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It just so happens that I do have an Apache server running that I control. I followed the instructions on that link. One question I have is that once unzipped into the directory with the appropriate htaccess, which COD file do I select? There are several of them.
Never mind, I want the JAD file not the COD files.
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yeah you got it - the JAD triggers the loading of the enclosed JAR/COD files.
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You can try a new free service (in beta now) to wirelessly sync/backup/restore your BB at StashM: Your Phone Online and In Sync.
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I have tried Funambol's SyncML client on my 8100 and my 8310 and I can't seem to get it to work correctly
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You can try a new free service (in beta now) to wirelessly sync/backup/restore your BB at StashM: Your Phone Online and In Sync.
Just tried it, thanks for the pointer. It doesn't back up all of the contacts info like postal addresses and multiple email addresses. It also only backs up Contacts, not Calendar/Memo/Task as expected. A good first try, but not ready yet for read BB users to get down and dirty, we store a *lot* of information on our devices and cannot accept compromises in it's backup.
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Hi
Is there any software which can OTA sync all of BBs data?
Or some way to have Plaxo also do a wireless sync with blackberry OTA?
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where can you grab this ota download? do you need your own rig to get this going between google? or does the app natively do it on your blackberry?
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Is there any software which can OTA sync all of BBs data?
Or some way to have Plaxo also do a wireless sync with blackberry OTA?
How to: Sync BB if you use Linux / Unix
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