BlackBerry Desktop Software For Mac v2.2.0.17 now available for download

By Bla1ze on 17 Oct 2011 06:36 pm
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The latest BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac has finally been released after a long stay in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. v2.2.0 build 10 was what was tested, and now v2.2.0 build 17 has been posted for all. No change log is available as of yet for this release but safe to assume it's mostly bug fixes and general support for newer devices that is built-in. Thanks, @Ewakil12!

Note: If you have the old beta installed, you may need to remove it in order to install this version.

Download BlackBerry Desktop Software For Mac v2.2.0.17

6 comments

diruocco

nice to see the support for mac..
i just downloaded and installed it and it looks a little different
it seems like the font has changed a little when it shows the name of the phone or tablet.
The placement of the phone has also changed a little as well.

diruocco

nice to see the support for mac..
i just downloaded and installed it and it looks a little different
it seems like the font has changed a little when it shows the name of the phone or tablet.
The placement of the phone has also changed a little as well.

runnerpete

I just downloaded the new version today and am experiencing problems with completing a backup. I will get this error message, "Blackberry Desktop Software failed to backup your Blackberry device. Reconnect your device and try again." I did not experience this problem with the last version. I uninstalled and re-installed 4x to no avail. I own a 9810. Has anyone experienced this and if so, is there a remedy? Thanks.

NaijaBerry

Finally PlayBook and Mac compatibility, now you can sync your media with ease without having to just copy, excellent stuff!! I tried it and it works, i've got all my playlists in proper order now. Sync is extremely slow with the PB though, what can be done about that?

DeepBlade

If you're syncing songs from iTunes, it should be the same speed as if you were copying them over manually. Maybe test it out for yourself to confirm.