- CrackBerry Addict
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Nobex Radio Premium --installed it when it was free, now can't reinstall it anymore
I installed Nobex Radio premium when it was free. Yesterday I had to reinstall the OS on my 9810 and after that when I go to the uninstalled section in my app world, it shows as unavailable for this device. Is it because It's not free anymore and I can't reinstall it?
- 05-09-12, 10:02 AM #2
Nobex shows as unavailable for my device. I did switch devices about a month ago. I believe it was more of a trial for the premium version. I did many OS changes prior to my device switch and it worked just fine.
- 05-10-12, 08:54 AM #5
Not true, I still have the ability to download the free apps in my uninstall list from the free list last December. Nobex was one of those weird ones... I'm pretty sure it have a expiration, it was a free trial of the premium version.
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- 05-10-12, 10:54 AM #8
I this may be caused by Nobex because on the same phone (not switching phones) I am able to delete and reinstall from my unintended list. (Yes, the RIM's complimentary free version.)
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- Developer - Nobex Radio Companion
05-11-12, 02:09 PM #9
- 45 Posts
Answer from Nobex
Hi guys, Nobex here.
first - you can always email us at [email protected] and we'll make sure things work fine for you.
As for premium - anyone that downloaded during the promotion is premium for life. It does not expire. If you try to install on the same device and have issues for any reason - download and install the free version, and it will convert itself to premium automatically (the server knows you are premium). If you switched devices, email us the old and new PINs, and we'll switch the account to the new device.
- CrackBerry Abuser
03-08-16, 09:38 PM #11
- 341 Posts
Not true. It quit working for me and I've had it for years! It now says free trial has ended. So I was like, okay...so I spent $10.81 and bought your premium ...now I get an error saying I've already purchased the premium version, then goes back to the free trial error, and goes back and forth. I'm kinda ticked that I might've lost $10.