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Old 05-30-2006, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can any one help me ....i am unable to restore the service books for the blackberry 7520.
i am using a boost mobile SIM card in it so i am unable to use Nextel's MDS BlackBerry server.

i used the desktop manager to try restore the .ipd file...but to no avail.

please help.
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You can not restore Service Books. Sorry.
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You can not restore Service Books. Sorry.


so how can i get them back??????????
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They can only be downloaded over the air. Means you have to use a SIM card with the BlackBerry Data Plan so the infrastructure can pick it up and send you the service books.
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i went to this website and and this is wut i was able to acquire..

http://kb.pcsintel.com/index.php?tit...lackBerry_7520

if you scroll to the very bottom of the page, that is wut i read.
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That's great. Perhaps THEY can help you do this...
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lol...ur funny there njblackberry
thanks for u time anyway...lol
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Hello. Yesterday I was told via blackberry support that there are two ways to have the service books readded. 1. Call blackberry support and they will push the service book OR 2. Call the wireless provider and they will push the service books.

With my issue, internet explorer was not showing on the blackberry even though the software was installed via desktop mgr. Once they pushed the service books the internet explorer icon reappearred as well as the gps icon, etc...
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