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Topic # 8934 7-Aug-2006 21:39
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Hi,

I have the Bberry 7230 for a few days and I have tried to install some third part freewares this morning. But I couldn't because the version of my Bberry Application is 3.7.0.52 ans they said I need V4 at least...
It's been hours now I've been trying to update the Bberry Application. As you imagine, I got the Bberry Desktop Manager, the Bberry Handled Application 2.5, wich added a Certificate Sync in Bberry Desktop Manager, but updated nothing in my Bberry.

When I go to the Settings menu, in About I have : Bberry 7230 Wireless Handled Platform 1.6.0.85 and in Applications: Bberry 3.7.0.52.

I'm hopeless...how can I update those ? Is it even possible?
Btw I'm on Vodafone SFR, I called them and they say they can't help me.

Any idea? Any link to make my day?

Thank you for any hint,
Max.

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Reply # 43468 7-Aug-2006 23:11
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Merci... Good to have this link, if other people need the same information!





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 43470 7-Aug-2006 23:20
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It's the link for French SFR network. When you call them, they say they don't know - and they don't care.

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