Updating firmware on blackberry bold
Owners of the Black Berry Bold 9700 in the UK will likely be running Black Berry's version 5 operating system.
Version 5 isn't bad, but RIM released OS 6 some time ago, and it's excellent.
For more details on how to download and install the latest software update for Black Berry Bold 9930 smartphone, check out Verizon’s support site here.
O2 has confirmed that it is rolling out the Black Berry OS 7.1 software upgrade to its customers today.
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The update does bring various software improvements however, and it also signals the arrival of the Wi-Fi hotspot feature, allowing you to use your Black Berry as a wireless internet hotspot for up to five devices to connect to.Here's our guide on how to complete the upgrade yourself.This release isn't officially supported in the UK yet, and we can't support or recommend doing this.Verizon Wireless and Research In Motion (RIM) have just released a new software update for Black Berry Bold 9930 smartphone.Black Berry OS 7.1 release 2123, also known as firmware version 18.104.22.1685, platform 22.214.171.1243 is now available for download via Black Berry Desktop Manager software.