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Old 01-21-2009, 03:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am running DM 4.7 and i was wondering if anyone knew if there is a way to disable the Device check it does when you first connect the bb? I have syncing turned off for when you first connect, but it still checks to see if the OS needs to be updated. Can that be disabled?? Thanks
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The only way to disable it, afaik, is to uninstall and re-install Desktop Manager and uncheck that option during the install.
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trying that now...thanks
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The only way to disable it, afaik, is to uninstall and re-install Desktop Manager and uncheck that option during the install.

well i did exactly as you suggested, but I think that's for the DM software to look for its own updates, NOT the bb, for OS updates, as it still does it as indicated in the screenshot...thanks tho
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I haven't found a way to turn it off yet... If you do find a way, let us know.
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