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  1. mofoahh's Avatar
    I was a mac user when the mac cube came out then went back to windows. Recently just hackint0shed my dell mini 9 to snow leopard and now I am a hybrid user. LOL
    02-11-10 01:57 PM
  2. harringg's Avatar
    Been an Apple user since the days of the Apple ][e. I'm currently using a MacBook Pro for Final Cut Pro 7/DVD Studio Pro editing.

    We are actively using the following Macs in the household:
    MacBook Pro, MacBook, iBook G4, Intel iMac
    02-11-10 09:35 PM
  3. edh2860's Avatar
    I got a MacBook Air @ 2.13  and I use DM for Mac to synch my BB9700.
    02-16-10 06:17 AM
  4. R0ku's Avatar
    I have a Macbook white late 2009 and I mostly use it to remove apps or to load media onto it, but recently I've been having syncing issues and I stopped using to sync my agenda and my calendar, I use Google sync now on my 8520.

    Also been a Mac user for almost a year now and haven't looked back
    02-18-10 01:25 PM
  5. meganVee's Avatar
    Yeah i have to say I love my MacBook Pro!!!
    I have a Windoze laptop as well but I have not used it since getting my Mac!!!
     Love!!!
    02-26-10 11:16 PM
  6. Entertainment72's Avatar
     MacBook Pro 13" 4gb DDR3 ram -  MacMini 4gb DDR3 Ram -  iPhone 3G[s] 16GB
    Extremely happy with all..
    02-27-10 10:11 AM
  7. burtonrider97's Avatar
    been using mac my entire life.. love my black macbook to death.
    yet i recently got window 7 for free and boot camped and their is some great stuff in windows but 99% of the time use mac.. except for blackberry stuff
    02-28-10 09:12 PM
  8. Kepeli's Avatar
    Sold my iMac G5, 1.63 GHz, 80 GB HD running on 10.5.8. It was my Baby and I miss it. But, as we speak, my iMac i5 Quad is on it's way riding on the back of a Snow Leopard.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    03-02-10 03:50 AM
  9. djfantom's Avatar
    recently switched to Mac june 09. couldnt be happier. use mt mac mostly for dj'ing (ssl) and music and video creation/editing purposes . running a 2.26 ghz core 2 duo 13" unibody macbook pro with 4 gigs of ram . 160 gb internal drive ( soon replacing with 500 gb) and several 500gb and 1 tb external usb and fire wire drives .

    i use the DM to sync andhave recently started having trouble syncing the calendar after installing snow leapord. other than that i love my mac and will neva go back to pc. next up a 27" imac ( maybe for my bday this summer)
    03-02-10 04:58 AM
  10. ericmichaels1978's Avatar
    Wealth of information on here.. Relatively new BB user using an iBook G4 running Tiger.. Does anyone know if the BB Desktop Manager works on Tiger? The minimum requirements on their site says no but I wanted to see if anyone has given it a shot.. Thx!
    03-02-10 03:14 PM
  11. Kedzi's Avatar
    Mac FTW MacBook Pro 2009
    03-03-10 08:13 PM
  12. anon4705193's Avatar
    Wealth of information on here.. Relatively new BB user using an iBook G4 running Tiger.. Does anyone know if the BB Desktop Manager works on Tiger? The minimum requirements on their site says no but I wanted to see if anyone has given it a shot.. Thx!
    Nope, 10.5.5 or above. You can use Pocket Mac or the Missing Sync (positive and negative opinions about both around here), but won't get all the functionality of the DM.
    03-05-10 02:25 PM
  13. Morjesta's Avatar
    hi, my name is jn.
    and i am a Macaholic.
    03-06-10 03:25 AM
  14. BatterdStarfish's Avatar
    Hey guys. My Bday today, and GF bought me a imac. HUGEEE bigger than my TV in my bedroom haha.

    All strange and new to me, but been wanting one for years!!

    Mac rocks for me over PC

    ~Joe
    03-07-10 11:12 AM
  15. vibe4BB's Avatar
    Glad to find this thread. I see a number of Mac loving, BB noobs like myself who have started thread asking for help download the new OS. None have gotten beyond the OP. Is this the place a brother might get some love? I see the PC folks say NOT to use the DM, but the whole thing is new to me.

    Is 5.0 even worth it?
    04-01-10 03:46 PM
  16. jhs305's Avatar
    I can not say I am a Mac addict, but I am loving and looking forward to own Mac for more than 8 years, last month finally get one own mac. My father brought me MacBook Pro (13.3") for my new year gift.
    And I am use Bold 9000 now, the mac version desktop manager doesn't look working fine, it's killing me.
    04-02-10 09:21 PM
  17. Bampi's Avatar
    What's your OS version?
    If it's Tiger (10.4.X), I don't think it works.
    04-03-10 03:06 PM
  18. nvkid909's Avatar
    new mbp's are on 10.6 snow leopard, last year & before that, 10.5 leopard.

    checking in: mbp15 santa rosa (2008). desktop manager works fine on it.

    only thing being on [mac] desktop manager: it looks for the latest upgrade depending on what device is connected - so if that's a carrier branded phone, you'll be stuck with carriers latest FW, & the phone itself may be obsolote before carriers FW catches up!

    that's the only thing i miss from being on PC - the abilty to hack / unlock / debrand my own phones. not too bothered about it now though.
    04-05-10 01:00 PM
  19. Lovesherbb1915's Avatar
    Totally addicted to my MacBook. I've had it for almost three years and I love it. Just sucks that I can't upgrade my BB OS through here, so good thing there's two PCs lying around the house. And I FINALLY upgraded to Snow Leopard a couple of weeks ago. lol. So glad I did, I'm really liking it.
    04-26-10 02:18 PM
  20. runlsd's Avatar
    Mac user here. But still use Parallels/Bootcamp for connecting with the 9700. I'm sure I'm not the only one.
    04-26-10 02:41 PM
  21. 2000 Man's Avatar
    17" MBP with snow leopard and win7. I sync and tether on both OS's but only use win7 for loading new software on the phone.
    04-26-10 04:46 PM
  22. grahamf's Avatar
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    04-26-10 05:42 PM
  23. dhyde79's Avatar
    got a dumb question, haven't tried setting up a bootcamp partition yet, when I do it, do I risk losing all the data on my existing drive, or is it fine to do as long as you have the space free to create the new partition?
    04-27-10 01:58 PM
  24. runlsd's Avatar
    got a dumb question, haven't tried setting up a bootcamp partition yet, when I do it, do I risk losing all the data on my existing drive, or is it fine to do as long as you have the space free to create the new partition?
    It's safe as it uses only the free space on your existing drive.
    04-28-10 11:17 AM
  25. Colin F.'s Avatar
    Woohoo, just installed OS 5.0.0.593 on my Bold 9700 via DM for Mac. It appears everything is working just as it should...
    04-28-10 04:16 PM
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