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Old 05-13-2008, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok,

I've got an 8320 T-Mobile phone, except I'm going to be using it in Canada on Rogers.

I was using the Wi-Fi today and upgrading some apps and ran into some nasty problems.

I got an Application error after upgrading google maps (had to completely uninstall and then install the new one) and also a buttload of stuff after I upgraded the facebook application.

Suffice to say, I never backed up this device, and I have lost the ability to connect to Wi-Fi (there isn't even an icon anymore, and I can't turn Wi-Fi on.)

I had the 4.3 OS because I got the device from RIM. I was wondering if someone can give me a T-Mobile phone number so I can get their latest OS, or if someone can point me to where I can get the latest non-beta release.

Thanks much!
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you're going to need to use JL_cmder to wipe the device first as if you have 4.3 for the 8320 then DM wont see that OS as a upgrade and will not prompt you to upgrade the OS... dont forget to delete the vendor.xlm file in c:/program files/common file/research in motion/app loader
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