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Old 05-03-2010, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What the heck is a service book? Do I download it? or....?

I'm with T-Mobile and have a 9700 running v5.0.0.593 OS
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They are automatically pushed to your device when you activate a BB with your carrier and the BB data plan is added to your account.
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Do you have a blackberry data plan on your account? If so, service books are pushed to your blackberry when it is activated on the network. The service books determine what services are on the device and provide settings, etc for those services. Maybe not a completely accurate definition, but descriptive of what you will observe.
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