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Old 06-27-2009, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Verizon Blackberry Curve 8330 and I accidentally deleted my brickbreaker icon when I was moving icons around. I have tried for 2 weeks to get this back (reading message boards to no avail!). I played this on my subway ride to and from work and would really appreciate help in getting it back.

The problem more specifcally:
* No icon

* The application DOES show up under Options --> Advanced Options --> Applications. So it seems to still be installed on my blackberry (I think?!?)

* When I go to my Blackberry Desktop Manager's Application Loader, the only things that show up are applications that were not originally installed on my blackberry

Any instructions on what I can do?!? Thanks in advance!!
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Old 06-27-2009, 10:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't think you can just delete the icon, so you seeing it in the Applications listing is strange to me. I think you can try to download it again from mobile.blackberry.com, or upgrade your phone os and add brickbreaker at that time, or if you have your current os installed on your pc, then you can try installing brickbreaker again from it.
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How do I upgrade my phone os?
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Check the first post in the section that's created for your device. It will have all the information that you require to make the upgrade.
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Thanks for your help. I did install the OS from the verizon site. It still showed as an installed program on the blackberry desktop. I then decided to delete the application altogether and then add it again. Still, no icon. ERRRRR. Its not even about the game now, I'm just frustrated I cannot figure this out.
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I suspect you only hid the icon. Basically you need to go to the main application screen and any of your folders and holt the alt key while clicking the trackball. You are looking for a Show All on the menu. Select it. This should cause a hidden icon in the main screen/folder to show up. Now select the icon and select unhide. You can then repeat the prior alt-trackball and select to have your hidden icons hidden again (but leaving your game unhidden). Hope this makes sense.
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Old 06-27-2009, 02:17 PM   #7 (permalink)
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something like that happened to me... i accidentally deleted texas holdem king2 from my applications list and now i cant get t back... and it seems there is a new texas holdem king (3) so now i cant download the one i had..!!
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help anybody??? and please dont tell me anything about upgrading or something like that because my phone is unlocked and im afraid if i upgrade it will brick.. and also im using a mac..

anybody??
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Old 06-27-2009, 03:04 PM   #9 (permalink)
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upgrading will NOT brick a unlocked phone.
unlocked is unlocked and upgrading wont change that.

but as you use a mac, you can't upgrade.

you can still download the 2nd not 3rd(new) version of texas hold'em.
look at bplay.
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Unlock is unlock, this is not an iphone. I can't think of another way to get back the icon/app.
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