I need Gmail app in .alx, .cod
Hello to all this fabulous community It's first time I'm posting.
I know, that there is Google's Gmail software for mobiles. And when you go to gmail.com/app via telephone's browser, it automatically finds out what is your phone's model and gives you to download a particular java Gmail application.
The problem is, that I do not have a Blackberry suscribtion in Lithuania (no providers unfortunately...) and therefore I can't connect to internet via in-build browser, nor use push-mail... so I am using Opera Mini. But when using Opera Mini, Gmail cannot recognize my telephone's model, and is asking to use in-built browser, but, as I've mentioned, I cannot.
What I need? I just need .alx and .cod files, which compose the Gmail application for Blackberry. I've searched the net much without any result. Could you help me by somehow giving those files to me, or linking them somewhere on internet.
My phone is Blackberry 8700c.
I would be very thankful. Good luck friends
Best Regards, Mindaugas Pekarskas from Lithuania
- 03-27-2008, 09:53 AM #2
Not sure you will be able to find it. The only way to download it I believe it OTA so no one will have the files for it. And what I'm wondering is if you don't have a BB data plan, how will you use the Gmail app anyway?
I really don't know, but Opera Mini is working without BB data plan. Also I downloaded a trial of Gmail + Gtalk software from some third party manufacturer "Shape Services", and it works! It uses GPRS connection without dataplan. So I was expecting to make gmail work on BB, and if no... I will just use web gmail via Opera Mini.
- CrackBerry User
01-16-2009, 01:19 PM #5
- 14 Posts
Look no further than here:
You can install any program without using the internet on your phone. I posted the instructions and ALX/COD files for gmail 2.0.6, google maps 2.3.2, and opera mini 4.2.
- CrackBerry Addict
01-22-2009, 02:07 PM #6
- 503 Posts
Also, I used firefox to spoof the ota servers into providing the cod files. All you need is the jad file and notepad.
Set the browser agent to look like a blackberry and copy the cod urls from the jad into the address bar.
Then make an alx file reusing the info in your jad file. You can now install using the desktop manager.
This method works for any/all ota install.
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