The seemingly endless source of great software applications, themes and games available for your BlackBerry, you can not do much good if you do not know how to install them. This BlackBerry Council of the week provides information on how to use BlackBerry Desktop Manager software Research In Motion (RIM) sends all new BlackBerry devices to install new programs and update applications on the smartphone.
We’ve covered some of the basics of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager in previous tips, including how to use the backup and restore hand data program, adding media files to determine your BlackBerry and the amount of memory used at any given time.
Many applications, games, and other BlackBerry software can download directly to your device (OTA), but in some cases there is the BlackBerry Desktop Manager, use a compatible PC and USB connector when OTA downloads are unavailable; Unfortunately, Mac users are unfortunately not happy, just like desktop management for PC.
BlackBerry users without unlimited data plans can also save on their monthly application data consumption to download to their PC and then transfer to BlackBerrys.
Download the latest BlackBerry version of RIM Desktop Manager.
Before you begin upgrading or installing new applications on your BlackBerry, you want to make sure that you are running the latest version of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. If you do not already have your PC software, you can retrieve it from the download section of the RIM website.
If you have Desktop Manager, but you are not sure which version you are using, open the program, click the Help icon, and select About BlackBerry Desktop Manager. A dialog box appears to tell you which version you are running. Then proceed to the RIM download page, make sure you have the latest version of the software and download it and install it otherwise.