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Old 08-02-2009, 04:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i was going to transfer a theme for my blackberry 8800 but when i transferred it to my phone it keeps on saying "no new device applications were found"..my device manager is 4.7 and my OS is 4.5..please help me..i want to have a theme for my phone..thank you!..have a good day!,, ^_^
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Was the theme made for your BB?
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You need to make sure that the theme that you're installing is designed for your BlackBerry. If its not, then it will either give problems when installing or not show up after it has been installed.
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By way of clarification, the theme needs to be compatable with your specific model of BalckBerry ( i.e, 8100, 8220, 8900, etc.)
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