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02-12-2009 02:01 AM
Download the upgrade you want to run. Make sure you save it to known directory on your PC.
Execute the file which will correctly disperse it to the correctly directories for the desktop software
to read it. Delete the vendor.xml file it the device OS is not from your carrier.
Browse the application loader to the correct directory, and you should have the new installation.
02-12-2009 02:07 AM
OK, I restarted BDM and was able to see the version I have... .65, .75, and then .103...
I told it to update it to .103... but then it said "No software update is required for your device"
02-12-2009 02:12 AM
You may want to reread the Sith apprentice Crackberry article.
He has apparently married three OS's to together to form .103.
This may have some affect.
More power to you, I wouldn't touch it with a TEN FOOT desktop manager.
I have no use for it, as my current version is quite satisfactory.
I just want you to get the best upgrade possible. Maybe the others can help.
02-12-2009 02:21 AM
Didn't say it wouldn't work, it may be the best of the lot!
You can always go back!
02-12-2009 02:28 AM
Let us know how it goes!
I'm hoping we are not talking about a "transporter" accident