Well, not 100% true. There are people that said (in that thread) that they got it to work with the 9000 (or something). Apparently, if you can trick your web browser into thinking you have a 9000, then you can download the .JAD file.
This was my first foray into the world of Java, and I'm surprised that I was even a little bit successful.
I used BB's 9650 simulator with the MDS package so I could download and install both apps onto the 9650. Then I used javaloader.exe to pull the .cod files onto my computer. And finally I just sent it to my 9930 and recreated the .jad (installer) files using FishLoader.
There was probably a much more elegant solution. I'd be very interested in knowing how I could streamline the process.
Attached to this post is a .zip archive containing the apps.
To install directly, move the files in the "Mobile Installers" folder onto the device and then open Amazon.jad and Kindle.jad. Each will open what looks like an OTA download prompt. Download and install.
To install using BlackBerry Desktop Manager, browse for the .alx files (located in the "BlackBerry Desktop Installers" folder) using the Application Loader.
As this is my first post, I can't share links, so I must disguise the direct link (for those who don't log in): mediafire [dot] com/?z651cyktmrucs56
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