08-07-2011 04:04 AM - last edited on 08-08-2011 09:09 AM by ChadB
I successfully Upgrade my Software to OS6 on my BB8520 Curve and also Successfully Downloaded the Latest Messenger Release! Shoo I am so Happy wth the New Lates BBM Chat so much MORE USER FRIENDLY! Congrats to all Community Support ITs thumbs up!!
But when I tried to DOWNLOAD Facebook it nicely started LOADING,but STOPPED Halfway;
UNKNOWN - Sorry Apps World not yet Available in Namibia (MTC Namibia)!!!!
Why selling Blackberry's in Namibia if we cnt Utilyze all the servises on BB?
IT Guru wht is the Latest Modern Technology to Integrate MTC Namibia also into the list of Countries Listed wth Availability of Apps World plse?
Cnt yu plse Assist me by sending a Link to Download Facebook 2.0 on my OS6-BB 8520 Curve please?
Awaiting and Looking fwd for your usual and prompt Response and Good Client Care Service Provision keep up the Good Work!
08-07-2011 04:20 AM
08-07-2011 04:46 AM
08-07-2011 06:24 AM
U r welcome ! How to update to OS7 ?
PLS do as followings:
settings>software >TAG check for update >...installtion > done !
If u cannot check for new update .
Just back up then wipe !
Once u set up PB right now , it defultly install the latest version.
08-07-2011 08:38 AM
08-08-2011 01:51 AM
Oh ,sorry ,1 misunderstood .
I'm not so familiar with BB smartphone.
08-08-2011 09:02 AM
Trudyblock, this section of the forum titled "BlackBerry Playbook" is for questions about the Playbook tablet, not your 8520 Curve. You've simply posted in a thread about the Playbook, we'll get your questions and those responses moved to the appropriate area. Don't worry or be so upset, the user who made rude comments to you has been asked to refrain and those posts deleted.
To your issue with not being able to find the AppWorld icon on your device or to be able to use AppWorld in Namibia:
BlackBerry alone does not determine where AppWorld is available. Your local country's mobile service providers must decide and sign agreements with RIM to support AppWorld as well as local laws and regulations apply. In most cases, simply those BlackBerry service providers in Namibia must agree. In your case, they obviously have not. AppWorld is in over 100 countries and you might want to help persuade the providers in Namibia to include AppWorld.
Here is a link to those countries supported: http://www.blackberry.com/app_includes/devicesoftw