1. Diracster's Avatar
    Hi I have a bold 9700 and one of the new macbooks. I can't seem to get it to recognise that the BB is connected at all. I have downloaded the Mac OS BB desktop software as well, restarted and that but still to no avail.

    Am I being silly or is there something I need to do. Apologies if there is already a thread that addresses this...

    Cheers
    03-01-11 03:36 PM
  2. BrusBerry's Avatar
    Try restarting mac while plugged in.

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    03-02-11 01:35 AM
  3. BeyondTheBox's Avatar
    Might need to turn on or off Mass Storage Mode in media settings.
    03-02-11 02:34 PM
  4. selenazou's Avatar
    Black and White BB 9700 housing,spare parts and accessories
    03-03-11 03:55 AM
  5. Rootbrian's Avatar
    Black and White BB 9700 housing,spare parts and accessories
    And what was the point?

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    03-04-11 02:41 AM
  6. Diracster's Avatar
    Thanks guys, I'll check this as soon as I get home from work. Really appreciate the help and will one day try co contribute to someone else's thread when I get more knowledge!
    03-04-11 07:04 AM
  7. Diracster's Avatar
    Turns out that this isn't working still. Are there any other possible things I can do?

    Thanks
    03-07-11 08:30 AM
  8. yashimi's Avatar
    Have you tried a different USB cord or the other USB slot? All of mine are wonky and it's hit or miss if I can get and keep a connection.
    03-07-11 08:52 AM
  9. Diracster's Avatar
    I'll try a new cord. I thought I had to use the one provided as it had the little BB logo on the small connector; I guess it is just a standard cable! Cheers.
    03-07-11 11:31 AM
  10. tgjb's Avatar
    How new is your Mac? The new Mac are booting by default with 64-bit kernel.

    Blackberry Desktop Manager for Mac is not working correctly if you're running the 64-bit kernel under Snow-Leopard. In fact RIM extensions are still in 32-bit (= not loaded with 64-bit kernel).

    To check the kernel:
    - Apple menu > About this Mac
    - click on More info...
    - them click on Software
    - read the line "64-bit Kernel and Extensions"

    To start with the 32-bit kernel (not permanent):
    - restart your Mac and press the 3 and 2 keys during the start

    Good luck!

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    03-10-11 04:02 PM
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