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Old 11-01-2011, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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pls wu on earth az an idea on how to deregister a blackberry from the wireless network thingy, ma fone displays this message ''this is a wi-fi service, please ensure your device has an active wi-fi connection and try again.''
the truth is dt, ma fone (8520) crashed earlier, n i reinstalled d OS, apparently it wasn't d same OS dt came with d fone, now i use OS 5 bundle n i want OS 6. after my installation, i discovered that i couldn't use the internet and all my appliications after i restored my fone data were all gone.
i don't enjoy my fone anymore and that is bad cos i luv ds fone n i convinced 3 oda ppu 2 buy d same. please anyone wif tangible info should please help... thankx Y'LL
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Old 11-01-2011, 11:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Oh boy... popcorn in hand for this one.
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I can't really make out what you mean, please use proper English. You will get better responses if people can understand what you're asking.

I believe you have an 8520 and want OS 6, I believe OS 5 is the most recent version for that device.
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