1. mdx's Avatar
    In an ongoing attempt to free up memory on my T-Mobile 8820 without the help of a PC (just Pocket Mac and a Mac) I got the SureWipe software OTA for the BlackBerry, and it worked beautifully. I, however, did not. I deleted one module too many, specifically:

    net_rim_theme_100_320x240_b.cod

    Apparently, we need this and one other theme cod file to run third party themes (insert 'Duh' here.)

    Is there any way to download only the above module - or even all the T-Mobile 8820 themes - without having to reload the 4.2.2.193 OS? With a Mac, I don't even know how I'd do it.

    And - a longshot question. The OS wouldn't be available on disk, would it?
    05-14-08 06:12 PM
  2. cjcarbone's Avatar
    Nope,l no OS on disk.
    To do it on a mac, i think you either need to run parallels, or boot camp(???) i don't really know what its called, the program that lets you boot to a windows OS.

    Best bet is to get a hold of a PC.

    I'm pretty sure that you only need to Have net_rim_theme_bbdimension_zen_320x240.cod

    To reload the TMo theme you deleted, oyu will need to install the OS to a PC, modify it in the way you want, leaving the TMO theme, and then run the App loader.

    It shouldn't reload the whole OS, just replace the few cod files you added back to it.

    No, there is no OS on disc, although if you need one, im sure that i can put the OS you want on a cd and mail it to you, but judt dl it from the blackberry site should be fine.
    05-14-08 06:28 PM
  3. mdx's Avatar
    I appreciate your posting. I've read in a couple of places on this board that I should have kept in both:

    net_rim_theme_100_320x240_b.cod
    and
    net_rim_theme_bbdimension_zen_320x240_b.cod

    I only kept the second one. After that, my 3rd party themes wouldn't run or even show up in the theme menu. Still, it could be much worse.

    On the bright side, I've got about 35MB of free memory....

    (I miss the PCs - I have 2 Macs now which are great except for this. You're right about Parallels and Boootcamp - they are required for loading a Windows OS like XP or Vista and then running the BB DM.)
    05-14-08 07:01 PM
  4. pinkdaisy226's Avatar
    I appreciate your posting. I've read in a couple of places on this board that I should have kept in both:

    net_rim_theme_100_320x240_b.cod
    and
    net_rim_theme_bbdimension_zen_320x240_b.cod

    I only kept the second one. After that, my 3rd party themes wouldn't run or even show up in the theme menu. Still, it could be much worse.

    On the bright side, I've got about 35MB of free memory....

    (I miss the PCs - I have 2 Macs now which are great except for this. You're right about Parallels and Boootcamp - they are required for loading a Windows OS like XP or Vista and then running the BB DM.)

    So if I keep these two themes and delete everything else, Im okay?

    Which one is the L theme, I dont' want to delete that one!
    05-14-08 09:28 PM
  5. cjcarbone's Avatar
    net_rim_theme_bbdimension_l_320x240.cod most likely.


    And to the OP, The theme_100 is the TMobile branded theme, there is a lot of people that delete it, and have no issues..


    Currently, on my at&t 8310, i have:
    Dimension ZEN
    And the TMo Dimension ZEN.

    And i delete the at&t theme, as it take up almost 1mb of space..
    05-14-08 09:44 PM
  6. pinkdaisy226's Avatar
    Cjcarbone duh what a dumb question I asked. Eh I just wanted to make sure. Okay off to delete themes, hope I don't brick my phone like I usually do!

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    05-14-08 10:23 PM
  7. mdx's Avatar
    I'd keep both themes to be safe. Knocking out that one referenced above made it impossible to run any theme other than the one that came with the phone, which I did leave in. It's only 250k and not worth the hassle of deleting. It's been a big pain for me.

    Two directly related posts are here:
    http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...tml#post793557
    and
    http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ee-memory.html

    These are some very good related threads:

    First, probably the best one, The Classic from John Clark:
    http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ee-memory.html

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/how-...-memory-34633/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f79/pre...inig-os-19613/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f52/dis...e-8300-a-2065/
    Last edited by mdx; 05-15-08 at 01:38 PM.
    05-15-08 01:15 PM
  8. xerke's Avatar
    In the
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\your--os\Java

    directory i found all my cod files backed up.
    i had done the same mistake as mdx
    07-21-10 06:55 AM
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