Hi,the service book file is the same for all Blackberry models and will work with all BBs that will accept a service book via cable which is all handsets from the 7130 onwards.
You can get it from here
The service book file is a piece of open source freeware so there are no copyright or other issues attached to using it.
Once you have it downloaded and saved to your computer,this is what you do:-
On your Blackberry navigate to options/advanced options/service book.Once you are in the service book page hold down the “ALT” key and type ”SBEB”.A message will appear saying ”Legacy SB Restore-Enabled” .Click “OK”
Start Blackberry Desktop Manager on your computer and connect your handset.Once it is recognized select “backup and restore” then “advanced”.Next, at the top of the left hand box you will see an arrow marked “file” click it and select “open”.Navigate to your “browser via tcp” file,which you have downloaded and double click it,it should now appear in the left hand box of Desktop Manager.Click the file to highlight it and then click the >> arrow to send it to your handset,clicking “yes” when asked.Once the transfer is complete you can close desktop Manager and disconnect your handset from your computer.
On your Blackberry navigate to options/advanced options/browser and make sure it is set to just “browser”. Eg.you may have 2 options such as “Vodafone Live” and “browser”,set it to “browser”.Save and exit.
On your Blackberry navigate to options/advanced options/TCP and input the APN,username and password for your network,(Google is your friend)save your settings and exit.
Your Blackberry will now access the internet just like any other GSM phone.To test your browser you can select the bookmark called "Home Page(Blackberry)",this will take you to Google.
You now have a fully functioning Blackberry browser including the ability to download and carry out OTA installs etc.You will now also be able to use third party push email apps such as Gmail,Shangmail and Funambol.