Loader.exe OS update help/questions
I was hoping someone might be able to let me know what exactly I'm doing wrong. I am currently running lyricidal's .122/184.108.40.206 hybrid, it was my first upgrade from .75. It has been running ok, minus the battery life which is terrible.
Last night I downloaded .132, and saved it to the computer. I tried to install it by using the Loader.exe, but everytime I go to the load page, it tells "me that no updates are needed" or something to that matter.
I then went to c:/program files/common files/ rim/ shared/, and .l32 was there. I just can't get the loader to install it.
Also I moved the .122 hybrid from that folder to another folder on my desktop, so that the .132 file is the only one present in that folder.
Other than that I have not deleted the .122 hybrid from the computer, or anything to that effect.
What step/'s am I missing???
I'm sorry if an answer to this is posted elsewhere, but I can't seem to find a specific answer to my problem. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks.
Originally Posted by ama21683
I would recommend uninstalling all Os's. Then install .132. You also need to delete your vendor.xml file, found in C:/program files/common files/research in motion/apploader. Then use the loader.exe program to install.
Thank you, I'll try that.
From what I understand, it's best to just keep your current OS installed on your computer.
Well I deleted the other OS's and the vendor.xml, and ran the app loader. I'm still getting "No Action Required" message. Any other suggestions???
is that message from the DM?
no its from Loader.exe, I haven't used DM for any updates because I heard Loader.exe was quicker and less problematic...
Originally Posted by Neolantis
So you are doing the following?
Make sure OS is installed to PC
Close Desktop Manager
Go to?..C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\AppLoader?..delete the vendor.xml file
Dbl Click the Loader application:
Check what you want to be installed and continue with the instructions.
Last edited by Neolantis; 04-24-2009 at 04:26 PM.
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