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Old 01-12-2009, 10:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question DM keeps advising on new updates to language support

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I am getting the very annoying message every time I plugged my BB to the DM for sync about this:

Updated versions of the applications listed below are available for your device..and I get these three languages listed..

Danish Lanugage Support
Norwegian Language Support
Swedish Language Support

I used 4.7 and I have a Bold

-Don't use those languages and they are not on the Bold installed
-I installed the languages once and de-install to see if the above message
would go didn't.
-I clean install my Bold OS with wipe clean and then download the OS
-I deinstall DM and reinstall...

None of these things make the thing go away...I get away with this by "cancel" the updates..and the DM does its thing thankfully. Any ideas what I can do to get rid of the annoying language update info which I don't have? I was reading once to delete certain files..but it was messy and ultimately I couldn't figure out which language files are danish, swedish and norwegian...

Thanks so much in advance.
Old 01-12-2009, 01:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted (you serious Clark?)

Same problem here as Mr.Runner informed me to turn off automatic updates on DM, I haven't tried it yet but will as soon as I get home.
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Hello, I was able to solve it.

I went to C:\Documents and Settings\....\....\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\Loader Cache\

and deleted


And that's it
Old 03-17-2009, 08:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Try using DM 4.6.. I have never felt comfortable with DM 4.7. The biggest disadvantage with 4.7 is that it does not recognize beta Operating systems.
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Default danish swedish norwegian language updates

In my case, the problem was explained to me by ATT.

I have the 4.7 DM version installed on my pc. They only support up to 4.6.

Next, they said the device's software version should only go to 4.5.

Yes, the numbering/naming system is confusing.

So, I will remote 4.7, downgrade to 4.6. Then check device: Settings > Options > About > 3rd row of #'s, verify not higher than 4.5. Anything lower than 4.5 must be upgraded.

All software available from the att kom slash bbdownloads in my case...
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Any idea how to kill this in Vista? Thanks!
Old 04-02-2009, 05:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Nope, the loader cache folder doesnt appear to exist in vista. tried everything to find those files.

Also, you have a Bold Paslocal1, which means the device software WILL be higher than 4.5, as Bold's run on 4.6 OS's.
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