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Blackberry Strom and BB Alerts

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I have downloaded BB Alerts onto my Storm 9530. Downloaded the jad file, the orange bell shows up on my applications bar, and the BB Alerts profile is under Sounds, but I do not have the options shown on the set up guide. Can someone give me step by step instructions? Jdera says it works, so I believe that it does. I just don't know how.
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by:DTAHARLEV
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are you on a BES? perhaps a policy is blocking it?
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I don't know what a BES is. I just am not sure I am looking inthe correct place for the profile and settings.
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when you click profiles, can you scroll all the way to the bottom, and choose "advanced"?
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by:RonMcAlister
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Not even sure if I'm looking in the right spot. I don't see the word Profiles, but under Sounds, there is no Advanced. BB Alerts is listed under Other, but when I open it, the options available are Ring Tone, Volume, LED, Vibration and Notify Me During Calls. No others. Am I in the correct screen?
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by:DTAHARLEV
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no; click menu, show all, then go to a button called "profiles"
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by:RonMcAlister
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I don't have a button called Profiles (actually, no buttons at all). The only mention of Profiles in the manual is how to set up a My Space Profile. This is a Storm 9530.
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click the blackberry button (the one with the squares) from the main screen.
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Clicking the Blackberry button from the main screen, I get Move-Move to Folder-Hide-Options-Add Folder-Show Keyboard-Switch Applications. That's it. Holding the Blackberry key, I get the application bar containing icons for Browser-Messenger-Application Center-BB Alerts-Home Screen-Messages-Phone. Nothing says Profiles.
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by:Gary Cutri
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Hi, I have had a large number of users report issues with BB Alerts on the Storm.  The best application they have reported is BerryBuzz.  You can download a trial of BerryBuzz using the link below:

http://www.handango.com/catalog/ProductDetails.jsp?storeId=2218&deviceId=1103&platformId=40&productId=249417
BerryBuzz.bmp
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by:Gary Cutri
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As an FYI the icon is not called Profiles on a Storm it is called Sounds.  The sound icon can also be access from the home screen at the top left.
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Also the Storm doesnt have an Advanced option under sounds, this is replaced by Set Ring Tones/Alerts.
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