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Updating os on blackberry storm

*To view the PDF, you may need to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. Used under license from Research In Motion Limited.Black Berry and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of Black Berry and are registered and/or used in the U. So, you need the full collection of OS modules permanently residing on your computer for potential future maintenance of your phone.

I don't recommend this type of upgrade; I recommend you have and use Desktop Manager for its overall usefulness. Note that it's a fairly large file (102MB), so will take a while to download depending on your Internet speed.

[If yours is a corporate phone and you use a Black Berry Enterprise Server (BES), stop now. You'll need to find the file to install it on your computer. On a typical Windows computer (in my case below, Vista 64-bit), it gets installed to a folder with a name like this: c:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files Finally, we get to our ultimate goal: installing the OS on the Storm. You are warned that your device will need reactivation after the update. If not, on Verizon you dial *228 and select Option 1.

You must contact your BES Administrator for a software upgrade.] Select Black Berry 9530 and enter your phone number (I don't think it's used, it's just checked to verify that it's a valid Verizon phone number). A good practice is to save files to the Desktop because it's so much easier to find them there, but make your own choice. Start your Desktop Manager (version 4.7 recommended since that's what was issued with new Storms at the time of this writing) and let it detect your phone. (For Verizon Wireless, that is done by calling *228 and selecting option 1.) You are notified that applications and their data will be backed up to the computer, deleted from the phone, then restored after the update. This information was originally published by Kelly Carter on new a web site (blog) dedicated to helping new Black Berry owners or owners with a new Black Berry.

The upcoming Storm2 will include Wi-Fi, and a re-designed touchscreen.

Go to Support Please make sure your battery is fully charged, and you are receiving a strong Verizon Wireless or Wi-Fi signal before beginning your software update.

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Develop a habit of regularly backing up your Black Berry. So you can restore your phone (to the original or a replacement) if anything goes wrong. It only takes a very few minutes to complete the backup (although it depends on how large your Address Book is, how many 3rd-party applications you have installed, etc.) For Verizon Wireless, OS updates are downloaded from Remember the warning that our phone would need to be reactivated?