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Old 11-19-2008, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know a way to get Kaglom on the Bold? The Blackberry site will not let it download to ver 4.6 OS.
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Old 11-19-2008, 09:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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no help from me on this, but I do love the game!!!
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lack of Kaglom is almost enough to make me go back to my Curve... almost.
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use your browser to get the alx file and cod file form their site. If you download it for a different model like the 8800 you should get a alx file that will be an text file that will tell you where on their site the COD file is. download that and use DM to install the application. I do this with all my software that they only want me to download from the BB. I use Chrome and get all the files for backup
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use your browser to get the alx file and cod file form their site. If you download it for a different model like the 8800 you should get a alx file that will be an text file that will tell you where on their site the COD file is. download that and use DM to install the application. I do this with all my software that they only want me to download from the BB. I use Chrome and get all the files for backup

Sounds like a great way to keep older software working! Please explain if you will in greater detail how this is done!

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