libuff wrote:Mac Version?
MrSimmonsSr wrote:I just had to say well done for providing this option. I just moved from an 8820 to an 8310, hence losing my WiFi capabilities, and if this option works for me I'll be buying your podcast app shortly. Downloading the trial now to give is a shot.
Thanks! I'll provide feedback..
MrSimmonsSr wrote:Marwatk, any chance you'll have support for encrypted media cards anytime soon? I can't try it out until it works with encrypted media cards since my company enforces encryption as a BES policy.. Darn!
JavaDevelop wrote:I installed Desktop Downloader on my home PC. When DD runs, it just displays the message "Invalid Pointer" in the log. I don't get prompted for my password (like at work), and PT doesn't seen to recognize that DD is connected.
I do not have BB Desktop Manager installed on my home PC.
starwatcher wrote:I am getting the same thing. "Invalide Pointer" over and over again.
lswift84 wrote:I was wondering if anyone has tried the desktop app with Windows 7 x64? I can't get it to run, I have tried every 'compatibility mode' option available and when PT opens it just says "connection advice is unavailable (next line) invalid pointer" and it just continues saying "invalid pointer" after that. If I go back into my XP partition it works just fine.
marwatk wrote:Hi there,
I haven't tried any of the 64bit stuff, but my original development was done in Windows 7, so it shouldn't be an OS thing. (And afaik it works in Vista 64, so it shouldn't be a 64 bit thing). It could be the combination of both, though. Usually 'invalid pointer' happens when the desktop manager software isn't installed. Is that the case?
tmg8r wrote:I thought others might appreciate this tip. Normally I use mass storage mode so I can keep some files synced with my computer and I discovered a quick way to disable mass storage mode is to lock my Blackberry Storm before plugging in the USB cable.
Sending error: 12030
The connection with the server has been reset or terminated, or an incompatible SSL protocol was encountered. For example, WinHTTP 5.1 does not support SSL2 unless the client specifically enables it.
Error: java.io.EOFException / null
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