BlackBerry Desktop Software v7.0 Bundle 60 now available

BlackBerry Desktop Software
By Bla1ze on 29 May 2012 04:18 pm EDT
If you haven't already skipped past the 7.0 builds for the 7.1 beta, you can now grab the latest BlackBerry Desktop Software from the BlackBerry download site. This version bumps BlackBerry Desktop Software into v7.0.0.59 (Bundle 60) specifically. If you're looking for the full list of changes, you can check out the link below as it is fairly lengthy. The update isn't showing inside already existing installs of BlackBerry Desktop Software but it should come along shortly if you're not wanting to download it directly.

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BlackBerry Desktop Software v7.0 Bundle 60 now available


I'm gonna wait on this one and see how it does.
The wounds caused by 7.0 B44 are still fresh. Namely the "preparing sync preview" issue.

Just installed and tested Syncing with both Playbook (obviously media only) and Torch 9810 (PIM and media). Playbook is running 2.0.1 and Torch is running 7.1. So far PIM and media syncing working flawlessly.

Interestingly, Desktop Manager 7.0 no longer uses Intellisync. Probably a good thing as I was always having sync issues before.

In case you were wondering, you still cannot sync Outlook data to Playbook. If I had to guess, migrating away from Intellisync probably was a move toward compatability with Playbook. Here's to hoping two-way sync for Playbook with Outlook is coming sometime soon.

Forgot to mention, PC is running Windows 7 32-bit.

I was wondering the same thing, but not according to the software requirements I read from the link provided... SUCKS

No go with OS6 9700.

Stuck with contact sync with the last 4 contacts even if I have deleted all my contacts in the 9700 and force Outlook to overwrite device. As well as make the 9700 non-responsive.

OS6'er better stay away.

I see by the change list they have STILL NOT 'fixed' the lack of sync for contacts and calendar with native Playbook Calendar & Contacts. Disappointed to say the least.