I found a great site last night called OldApps.com.
It keeps old versions of applications available for download.
I was having trouble with the new version of iTunes (10.2.2), it seems to have broken the ‘organize media’ function. I was able to download 10.2.1 from this site.
I uninstalled 10.2.2, installed 10.2.1 and the organize media function now works.
Solaris Mount an ISO CD Image
Mounting an Existing ISO CD-ROM Image under Solaris UNIX
If your image name is cd.iso, you can type command:
# lofiadm -a /path/to/cd.iso
Please note that the file name argument on lofiadm must be fully qualified and the path must be absolute not relative (thanks to mike for tip).
/dev/lofi/1 is the device, use the same to mount iso image with mount command:
# mount -o ro -F hsfs /dev/lofi/1 /mnt
# cd /mnt
# ls -l
# df -k /mnt
Mount the loopback device as a randomly accessible file system with
mount -F hsfs -o ro /dev/lofi/X /mnt.
Alternatively, use this combined format:
mount -F hsfs -o ro `lofiadm -a /path/to/image.iso` /mnt
via lofiadm: Solaris Mount an ISO CD Image.
Fantastic app! Simply runs in the background and allows you to set/use short cut keys for controlling iTunes.
1. Upgrade your Blackberry to OS 4.5 or higher
2. Backup your device using the Desktop Manager and then close Desktop Manager.
3. Go to Start->Run and type CMD
(you can also find the command prompt in Programs >Accessories.)
4. In the command window type the following including spaces:
cd c:program filescommon filesresearch in motionapploader
or if you are using 64-bit Windows 7, type
cd c:program files (x86)common filesresearch in motionapploader
5. Now type: loader.exe/resettofactory
6. After your device has finished restarting, you can use the desktop manager software to restore all or some of your data.
from : http://www.blackberryforums.com/rim-software/67224-remove-policy.html