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Old 02-18-2010, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I downloaded an app in zip format and used beamexplorer to unzip it. I now have the .cod, .alx, .jar, and .jad files on my SD card but beamexplorer won't recognize any of those files. Is there a way to install this app from my SD card? I have a BB Curve 8350 with OS 5.x. Thanks.
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Old 02-18-2010, 06:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I *think* the name of the app is the Aerize Card Loader - but I've never used it.
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Any free apps or other methods to install it? Thanks for the reply.
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browse to the .jad file via media-explore
click the .jad file and it should load.
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browse to the .jad file via media-explore
click the .jad file and it should load.
It should, but the OP should also be aware that it will load it onto the main memory of the BB, NOT the sd card.
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I imagine the OP does, they are asking to install from the SD card, not to
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I imagine the OP does, they are asking to install from the SD card, not to
Excellent parsing of his post.
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