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Updating blackberry pearl os

Black Berry Device Manager is a barebones handset driver package that includes the following: Current Phone as Modem customers, download this software to create a connection between your computer and your phone using a USB cable.

You can install the OS issue by other carriers or a leaked OS, but with the latest DM, RIM has blocked that feature.

So even if you have installed the OS update, DM will not detect it.

Always do a backup of your Settings and Contacts using Desktop Manager and 3rd-party apps.

Use BBSAK, you will see me mention this app a few times.

If you do not currently have a Phone as Modem plan you will not be able to use this service.

Phone as Modem is available today for Corporate Liable customers — please contact your employer to request Phone as Modem be added to your subscription.

Dated: 6/18/2009 Software Version: 2.25.0047 OS Supported: Windows 2000, XP (32 bit), and Vista (32 and 64 bit) PLEASE NOTE: This software is not compatible with NMEA Ports for Windows Vista 64-bit users.

Black Berry now offers the option to install Black Berry Device Manager without the Desktop Manger application.

Never unplug the Black Berry while the device is upgrading. If you do, there are ways to get it working again, but it’s troublesome.

Official OS from other Carriers and Leaked OS: Why is DM not detecting the update after installing on PC?

The first thing is that there are two different types of OS that you can install: one is the official OS, released by a carrier, and the other one is a leaked OS, meaning that it has not been approved by the carriers to be installed.