Download BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac!

Download BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac
By Kevin Michaluk on 2 Oct 2009 10:00 am EDT

11:32am EDT: WOOOHOOOO!!! RIM WAS EARLY! Click the image above to download now!

10:00 am EDT: Oh Happy Day! I know I should probably wait until BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac is available for download at 1pm EDT this afternoon, but I just couldn't wait and had to get a post started for it asap. Consider this the official BDM for Mac waiting room and we'll update this post as the time approaches. This is like New Year's Eve for BlackBerry + Mac users. In the meantime, you can express your wantingness for BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac in the comments and if you're like me, keep refreshing the page over at waiting for the download to go live.

Topics: BlackBerry OS

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Download BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac!



I'm on Tiger so I had to open the WinDOZE side to get the "other" BB desktop manager .... Boo that they wouldn't do this for Tiger OS.

Im in progress of syncing my blackberry with my imac and running into problems.
Error 105 and a very slow progress bar on the BB and the OS snow leopard.

Its chugging through

Whats this its done ok

almost there


more icons

computer to phone arrows this is halarious.

Wow Im doing the update from BLACK Berry to my phone the Curve 9300.

Serious computing going on here.
Do not disconect device until its done

Its done

Ok first problem with the manager soft ware.

After all this time the program is not in my applications folder like it says in step 2. Why not? it should be there. Where is the black berry manager app on my bb

Connect your BlackBerry device to your computer.
On your computer, in the Applications folder, click the BlackBerry Desktop Manager icon.
In the Device Name field, type a name for your device.
Beside the This device is synchronized field, click an option.
If you plan to synchronize your music from your computer to your device, perform any of the following actions:
If your device includes on-board device memory and you want to save your songs to this memory type instead of a media card, in the Music Location drop-down list, click Device Memory.
In the Keep this amount of memory free field, specify the amount of memory that you want to keep free for files other than music files.
Click OK.
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