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Old 01-20-2008, 03:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My wife and I both have BB's. I use our home PC to back her's up and sync with outlook and i sycn mine with my computer at work. Today I installed the latest t-mobile OS on her device and DM3 on her desktop.

I tried plugging my BB into my wife's PC and it prompted me to upgrade the OS.
Here is the questions: If i upgrade the my BB OS from my home PC, will i still be able to sync on my work PC? Will the work PC ask me to downgrade the OS on my BB?

I cant update to the latest OS from work due to admin restrictions.

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If you upgrade your OS you will have to perform another Enterprise Activation. If you dont want the prompt each time you connect your BB to DM then uninstall the BB OS from Add/Remove Programs.
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