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  1. #9
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    My personal observations on backing up Documents to Go Premium edition is that it does backup the cod files for the software, but like all other backups you must re-enter your activation codes again.

    For example, I just recently updated my BB, and after the update and during the restoration process it brought back my D2G Premium edition- but not the activation codes. It also gave me a few errors on my BB too, but I ALWAYS disregard these D2G error messages after a upgrade. So, I would advise you to ignore for a moment any of those kind of error messages relating to D2G.

    I then opened D2G and registered all over again, and this first time registration did not and will not include the premium version (even though you have the premium version files on your bb).

    Do your registration as normal with a minimum of email address, name, city, state, and let it register.

    Once it registers successfully, then open D2G and tell it you want to activate premium features. It will now ask you for your activation information. Key that in, and you are now on the Premium version.

    Since you restored you D2G Premium you have all the Premiums files already on your blackberry- including PDF to go. The only other thing you may want to do at this put is have it check for updates ;-)

    Hope this may have helped you some,
    Statustray



  2. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by statustray View Post
    My personal observations on backing up Documents to Go Premium edition is that it does backup the cod files for the software, but like all other backups you must re-enter your activation codes again.

    For example, I just recently updated my BB, and after the update and during the restoration process it brought back my D2G Premium edition- but not the activation codes. It also gave me a few errors on my BB too, but I ALWAYS disregard these D2G error messages after a upgrade. So, I would advise you to ignore for a moment any of those kind of error messages relating to D2G.

    I then opened D2G and registered all over again, and this first time registration did not and will not include the premium version (even though you have the premium version files on your bb).

    Do your registration as normal with a minimum of email address, name, city, state, and let it register.

    Once it registers successfully, then open D2G and tell it you want to activate premium features. It will now ask you for your activation information. Key that in, and you are now on the Premium version.

    Since you restored you D2G Premium you have all the Premiums files already on your blackberry- including PDF to go. The only other thing you may want to do at this put is have it check for updates ;-)

    Hope this may have helped you some,
    Statustray
    Yeah, I completely agree with you....and I think it's like that for most apps, every OS change, you gotta enter activation codes. Sux, but hey, we are addicts, right?

  3. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by olta777 View Post
    Yeah, I completely agree with you....and I think it's like that for most apps, every OS change, you gotta enter activation codes. Sux, but hey, we are addicts, right?
    :Eyecrazy: Yes, we're all addicts and still cannot live w/out our BBs :Eyecrazy: Although, I do wish our activation codes could also be backed up... ;-)
    Last edited by statustray; 05-25-2009 at 02:46 PM.



  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by statustray View Post
    :Eyecrazy: Yes, we're all addicts and still cannot live w/out our BBs :Eyecrazy: Although, I do wish our activation codes could also be backed up... ;-)
    I know...that's my only pet peeve about changing OS!!!

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