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Old 06-22-2010, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hii guys

can I change my entire os thats original 02 to t-mobile or original blackberry ? so I can use my t-mobile or can you guys help me go through this i got blackberry 8900

so far I have found some details but not sure if it will work:



and the t-mobile os for 8900:

cant seem to find original blackberry os for 8900


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btw am new to this site so i will be able to post links but if you need it i will send it private message
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Moved to the 8900 section.

Did you bother to SEARCH?

You can use any OS as long as it is for your specific device, so if you have the 8900, you must use an OS for the 8900. And there is no "original BB OS". Exactly what are you callong an "original OS"? RIM develops it and then passes to the carriers for their tweaks and additions.

Check the yellow sticky at the top of the 8900 section for the latest OS and for detailed instructions for installation. Follow the directions exactly and be patient. It can take an hour or longer. And be sure to make a back up first.

Keep in mind that if you are trying to change the opening splash from o2 to TMO, that won't happen as that cannot be changed.
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