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    Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

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    I decided to load themes on my 7250. Ever since then applications haven't worked correctly. So I put the default theme back on. My calculator has one calculator overlaping another and my scroll no longer scrolls in the calendar. I want to know how I can reload these specific apps on my handheld, preferably without losing the info on my blackberry.

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    Lightbulb Re: Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

    Welcome to pinstack.com!

    Reinstallation of OS.

    1. Download the version of OS from your Carrier you want to install from your carrier's website (use the OS that came with your CD Should be already installed on your PC).
    2. Extract or install the files from the previous step. They will automatically install into the correct location. This location will be C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\Shared\Loader Files. Under this directory you will see directories with the model number of your device (if you installed the correct files) followed by a version number. Under these directories will be a host of .alx and .cod files. Do not modify or delete these files. They are needed to install the new OS.
    3. Assume the BlackBerry Handheld Manager is installed, when you plug your device in, a popup will appear and ask if you want to upgrade your device. Choose upgrade and follow the steps given by the Application Loader. If you have any 3rd party applications you would like to keep, locate and select them at this time to avoid having to reload them after the new OS is installed.
    4. This will also be the time the apploader will ask if you want to erase all data and reload or backup and restore the data on your device. Choose your preference and continue.
    5. Typically a complete OS reload with backup and restore can take anywhere from 5-15 minutes depending on the amount of data on your device to restore.
    6. The apploader will inform you when the process is complete. After this, the device will automatically reset itself (sometime this will take longer than a normal reboot) and once completed and on, your device will be upgraded and ready to go.


    also see this thread:

    http://www.pinstack.com/blackberryfo...read.php?t=688

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    Re: Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

    This is some very good information. I appreciate it! I am curious though, is it possible just to reinstall specific applications on the blackberry?

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    Re: Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

    Oh thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!! It so worked. I'm completely appreciative!!!

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    Re: Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

    Good question. yes. But unfortunately not the Calendar and Cal. This are embedded in the core install of the Java OS


    Also see:

    http://www.pinstack.com/blackberryfo...read.php?t=512

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    Re: Help reloading blackberry calendar & calculator

    great stuff!

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