1. shoeler's Avatar
    Can anyone get me the link to the pocketmac driver update file... I am lost

    06-03-08 01:06 AM
  2. shoeler's Avatar
    Ok so I finally found the update - I will post this for future reference

    Driver Update For PocketMac for BlackBerry!

    PocketMac and RIM are happy to announce that a driver update has been posted to RIM's Download area. The driver update can be downloaded here.
    BlackBerry - BlackBerry for Mac

    Click Download PocketMac for BlackBerry, then choose PocketMac for BlackBerry. Then... download DriverUpdate.dmg.

    This driver update adds support for high speed compatible devices such as the: BlackBerry Curve 8330 and the Pearls 8110, 8120, and 8130.
    06-03-08 01:16 AM
  3. GoBBerry's Avatar
    How do you know if the driver update installed correctly? i've followed all the directions on these forums (install PMac, then click continue and install the updated driver, then restart...delete the ktext files, etc.), and updated the OS on my Pearl, and it is still hanging when I sync my calendar with iCal. Also - see no differences in the look/feel/actions or version number of PocketMac...
    06-04-08 08:46 PM
  4. Calderon's Avatar
    It's somewhat tricky to get it syncing, and PM doesn't do it all entirely. Are you having the skip 1 error show up?
    06-05-08 10:29 AM
  5. Calderon's Avatar
    Also have you tried restarting you BB?
    06-05-08 10:31 AM
  6. GoBBerry's Avatar
    Calderon -
    I don't get any error - PocketMac just hangs there. If I look at the Sync log, it actually updates my calendar, telling me how many records it has changed, but it gets stuck there. I've tried a battery pull on my BB, using it with Mass Storage turned off and on...

    Here is a sync log - as you'll see - nada happens after it "changes" my calendar records, no matter how long I leave it syncing:
    [11:29:36.532] 2008-06-05
    [11:29:36.740] PocketMac SyncManager Started
    [11:29:40.623] Blackberry -> /dev/cu.Blackberry
    [11:29:41.826] BlackBerry device pin 8xxxx
    [11:29:52.009] Finished:0
    [11:29:53.290] Progress:ISyncClientConnectingPhase 1079574528
    [11:29:54.605] BlackBerry device pin 8xxxxxx
    [11:30:00.993] Begin synchronization
    [11:30:00.998] Contact sync disabled in preferences
    [11:30:01.003] Synchronizing calendar
    [11:30:02.419] Made the connection
    [11:30:03.828] PocketMac version 4.0
    [11:30:05.281] Synchronizing iCal with BlackBerry Calendar
    [11:30:05.291] Reading data...
    [11:30:19.437] Synchronizing iCal with BlackBerry Calendar
    [11:30:19.456] Comparing data...
    [11:30:19.571] Synchronizing data...
    [11:30:27.338] All finished.
    [11:30:31.887] 588 changes/new records.
    Last edited by GoBBerry; 06-06-08 at 01:32 AM.
    06-06-08 01:27 AM
  7. GoBBerry's Avatar
    Well, per someone else's direction, I reinstalled PocketMac for the unmpteenth time, and as of the last sync, it was working. I am using imy Pearl with Mass Storage turned on. The first time I connected it to the computer, it reset itself, but it has been fine since then. But I'm expecting more problems with future syncs...
    06-06-08 10:55 AM
  8. jpcollins909's Avatar
    there is no "driver update available" it only show Pocketmac v4.1/ This program just does not work. Hoepfully RIM will get something that works-soon!
    09-21-08 09:16 AM
  9. chairguru22's Avatar
    I have the same iCal hanging issue... I guess I will try to uninstall/install PM again...
    09-21-08 08:36 PM
  10. bagmaker's Avatar
    Yes, I've followed the link provided above and there is no driver update download link. I've read in several places that it is there, so does anybody know what the deal is? I've spent my entire morning on this - the last step is to install the driver update. WHERE THE HECK IS IT????
    09-30-08 11:38 AM
  11. robslaw's Avatar
    If you went to blackberry.com and downloaded pocketmac v4.1 you are up to date.

    The drivers were listed prior to the v4.1 update.
    10-01-08 09:50 AM
  12. bullfrog0008's Avatar
    I had problems syncing my 8120 to my mac with pocket mac and made sure I had the up to date drivers and everything installed and it ended up being as simple as selecting the connection tab and entering my device password so that pocket mac could connect to my phone. If you haven't tried that give it a shot and remember to put your phone in mass storage mode when you connect it.
    02-25-09 07:58 PM
  13. Cmoney26's Avatar
    Hey everyone, I am new to crackberry and a new blackberry storm owner. I must say the phone is great but im trying to learn all the latest tips and tricks on how to make this thing the ultimate mobile phone expierence...Here is my first issue:

    When I sync my storm with pocket mac (i installed the new drivers) it syncs properly...however, my mac does not read that the phone is actually connected via usb. It does however read the memory card. Any takers? When I un-plug the blackberry from the charging cradle (which is pretty sweet by the way) my Storm seems to freeze...Is there a setting in the phone to make the mac recognize the storm?

    Thanks guys,

    03-02-09 06:24 PM
  14. Cmoney26's Avatar
    Thank you very much I will give that a shot!
    03-05-09 12:12 PM
  15. jater's Avatar
    PocketMac SyncManagerOEM Warning(s)

    [07:35:23.880] Unable to connect to BlackBerry (error 1); skipping.

    Any ideas why this would happen? Am I missing something here?
    03-05-09 07:36 PM