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Old 06-06-2005, 02:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Blackberry 7100T - Enterprise Activation, and more

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Hi All,

I'm a little new to this all, and am still trying to get over the fact that the 7100T didn't come with a real instruction manual. But anyhow, my question is how to get rid of the Enterprise Activation line on my phone. I upgraded firmware on my phone (to 4.0XXX), and now have this line added to my main screen. I did not select the enterprise server option during the upgrade but still have this line. Please help if you can.

Another thing. How do you load applications/games that you've downloaded to your computer, and want to load on your phone. These apps (space invaders, etc) were designed for the 7100T, but I don't know how to put them on my phone. I don't have internet on the phone, so I need to know how to do it via the computer to the phone. (ringtones, etc. included)

Thanks a million in advance,

gLeNn
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It is very wasy to hide the icon (you can not delete it). Scroll to the icon you want to hide. Press the "ALT" key (the half moon on the lower left hand corner) and press the trackwheel. A menu with an option "Hide Icon" will appear. You can hide the EA icon.

To install applications, you need to open the Desktop Manager program (same one you used to upgrade the BB), go into Application Loader and "add' them to your BB. Should work fine.
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Thanks NJ,

Your tips worked great! You're da man!! In lack of a "real user guide", it's great to have cool people online. This forum is a lifeline...
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