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09-28-2008 03:05 PM
I have the blackberry curve from tmobile and the workers stated to me in order for me to record videos I need to go on this website and download the video program. I can't find it does anyone out there know how to do this?
09-28-2008 03:09 PM
You want to be able to record video's with your 8320? In order to do that you need to upgrade your OS to 4.5 on your device. Follow the instructions here:
The video does work but it's not the greatest quality. IMO, it's good for those quick spur of the moment videos you don't want to completely miss.
09-28-2008 04:18 PM
09-28-2008 06:11 PM
I disagree. This particular user ASKED for the video camera. That is how one gains the video camera. So what if they lose support from their carrier? The worst case scenario is that their carrier asks them to reinstall their OS to regain support. Since anyone asking here has already located these (and other) forums, there is far better support here than any carrier can offer (aside from network, issues, etc.)
The version I listed above is most likely going to be released by the North American carriers anyway and is NOT going to screw up their device in any way. I have loaded it to many devices.
I am here to help. If someone wants to give kudos, so be it.
09-28-2008 07:45 PM
I have to agree with John on this. If the OP wants to install 4.5 on their device, as long as they follow the instructions (make that backup file!), they are not going to hose their device. The link John posted provides step by step instructions, and thousands of people have used those instructions to upgrade their device(s).
What makes it 'safer'? Unfortunately, many of the carriers do not have the same level of support knowledge that many of the forums have. I find more answers here and at other forums than I do when calling carriers for support.