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Old 03-08-2010, 01:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
Running 4.6 somthing on Bold 9000 on o2 UK network.
Can I upgrade to os5? O2 website say no but only to latest o4 4.6.
anyone here on o2 done the upgrade.
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Here you go - http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ilanguage.html

Follow the instructions to the letter and it will work.
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thanks for that.
Has anyone here done it for the bold on o2?
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Just a personal opinion on upgrading. If your device works as you want and need it to, why try to fix what isn't broken? The Forum is full of upgrades gone wrong, things not working as they did on the old OS, or not working at all.
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I would wait until your carrier issues 5.0 as I tried a few OS 5.0 versions on an AT&T Bold 9000- lost "browser", and had a volume DECREASE. Not acceptable for the phone with the best cell phone speakers EVER!
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Those are issues of the very first leaked beta releases of OS5. The current ones are extremely stable, featureset rich and even battery friendly for a change. If you have a BES admin talk to him before you start OS upgrades.
If you manage your own device take your own risk based on how comfortable you feel with the platform and any current issues you may or may not have with the OS.
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