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01-05-2012 07:51 AM
Solved! Go to Solution.
01-06-2012 04:24 PM
All you need to do is open the large COD file in an archive program like WinZip and extract the files. It's just a zip archive of the rest of your COD files. Note that the firstsibling COD file inside will have the same name as the parent COD file, so make sure you extract it to a different directory. If you are using the BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse all you need to do is deploy the files in the JAD directory.
You can read a bit more about this here: The file size limit for wireless downloads
01-06-2012 04:34 PM