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Old 05-28-2008, 06:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody have a copy of the japanese.alx file they can send to me?
I updated the software on my Verizon BB 8703e to v4.2.1.110 and lost the capability to read Japanese email when I could do it with my old one!
If someone has this file or some other file that would make my BB capable of reading Japanese please email me!! i'd even be willing to pay a small fee for it! email to: [email address] thank you very much!
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Hawaiiannights, you need to make certain the OS you upgraded includes Japanese. Does the file name of your new OS include the letters "CJK" just after the model number?
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Hawaiiannights, you need to make certain the OS you upgraded includes Japanese. Does the file name of your new OS include the letters "CJK" just after the model number?
Nope, it doesn't have it.
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then you need to upgrade to an OS with that notation in the filename, to have Japanese.

CJK = Chinese Japanese Korean.
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then you need to upgrade to an OS with that notation in the filename, to have Japanese.

CJK = Chinese Japanese Korean.

I don't think I want to after what I just went through....see below

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Ok so I upgraded the software on my Verizon BB 8703e to version 4.2.11.1 and after doing so, I got disconnected from the BES and could not get reconnected. Ultimately I was instructed to do a wipe on my BB which erased all my data including my checkbook, photos, everything.... it took me a whole day to get everything back the way it was.
They told me I lost the connection because I used the Desktop Manager, and to never use it. As every time I do I will be disconnected from the BES. Is that true?? WTF?
They said if I want to install anything, to email to myself and not to connect the Desktop manager. That means I can't back up my BB either? Please tell me this isn't so.

Also now I have the issue when I send messages I get the RED "X" and the message saying "unlisted message error". To make it worse I can no longer read Japanese emails when I could before. Ok, I 100% regret updating my software. I thought it would be better but is it 100% worse now and I can't fix many of the problems!! Any help anyone??? Thanks in advance!
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Well you can't fix the Japanese language issue unless you downgrade back to your previous OS.

You can connect to Desktop Manager IF you first disable the wireless synchronization at Messages > Options > Email Synchronization. However, if your BES Admins are telling you NOT to do so... they have more authority over your device than I do... so you might want to take their advice.

You can backup the same as above, just be sure to disable and enable your wireless sync, and you will still need to do a activation of the BES device upon reloading a new OS.
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