06-22-2012 09:17 AM
This seems to be a sensible approach -- and one which I will try.
When BlackBerry updated its desktop software to v 126.96.36.199, it appears RIM saw fit to ditch the Intellisync module which was at the heart of previous desktop software versions; Intellisync was previously the preferred sync module for Motorola mobile phones and early smartphones.
This is another classic BB/RIM instance of 'it if ain't broke don't fix it'. I rely on my BB for my small consultancy business, but I think I now have come to the end of the road. RIM never seems to test any software upgrades prior to releasing to customers and the general public, and neither does it appear that any developers are bothering to build new apps for a moribund platform owned by a company which is stifled by its lack of innovation and customer-responsiveness.
06-25-2012 12:17 PM