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    Tracking down app packages

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    I've set up an application whitelist/push configuration for all devices on the BES I administer. Basically, in order for any third-party app to be installed it has to be on this whitelist configuration (which obviously requires that I have the app's package in the Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\Shared\Applications folder).

    Google's apps are a real pain in the *** to track down. I managed to find the COD's for Gmail (and wrote my own ALX), but I can't track down the packages for any of their other mobile apps (like Google calendar). They seem to only support OTA installs which is kind of stupid if you ask me.

    Does anyone have any ideas as to where or how I can get these apps?

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    Re: Tracking down app packages

    You can install the app on your BlackBerry, and then use JL_Cmdr to find the files and their dependencies on your blackberry, and pull them off. Then write your ALX.
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