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Old 05-21-2008, 01:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was trying to set up a sync and got this error message

"[02:33:38:766] Unable to connect to blackberry (error 1); skipping."

i'm pretty sure i have all the settings right, this is the first time i have tried to sync. does anybody know how to fix this error?
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Old 05-21-2008, 08:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I got the same error.

No idea what it means.

I deleted the program. Just too many bugs!
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Old 05-23-2008, 09:52 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I was trying to set up a sync and got this error message

"[02:33:38:766] Unable to connect to blackberry (error 1); skipping."

i'm pretty sure i have all the settings right, this is the first time i have tried to sync. does anybody know how to fix this error?
It means it is time for you to use the free trial of missing sync for your Mac. I had a similar issue. M/S software worked better for me, so I stayed with what worked.
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I've found a guide described at the following site very straight forward if anyone still needs help.

How To Sync Contacts From Your Macintosh To Your New Blackberry 8120 (pearl) - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com


here is the url incase the link doesnt work ( just remove the "<" and the ">" )

<http://forums.crackberry.com/f79/how-sync-contacts-your-macintosh-your-new-blackberry-8120-pearl-31554/>


just UNINSTALL the whole program REBOOT the mac and START installing [b]each application at a time[b/] in order to evade any complications.

that is start with a fresh download of PocketMac from the BB site, REBOOT

then install the update also provided by the BB site, REBOOT

and after that install the update driver provided by the PocketMac site and REBOOT. YOUR DONE at this point.

Connect the 8120 before opening the PocketMac
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I've found a guide described at the following site very straight forward if anyone still needs help.

How To Sync Contacts From Your Macintosh To Your New Blackberry 8120 (pearl) - BlackBerry Forums at CrackBerry.com


here is the url incase the link doesnt work ( just remove the "<" and the ">" )

<http://forums.crackberry.com/f79/how-sync-contacts-your-macintosh-your-new-blackberry-8120-pearl-31554/>


just UNINSTALL the whole program REBOOT the mac and START installing [b]each application at a time[b/] in order to evade any complications.

that is start with a fresh download of PocketMac from the BB site, REBOOT

then install the update also provided by the BB site, REBOOT

and after that install the update driver provided by the PocketMac site and REBOOT. YOUR DONE at this point.

Connect the 8120 before opening the PocketMac
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