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techker 06-11-2006 10:53 AM

bell evdo
 
hey guys i have been reading alot of the post in here and seen the prosses for verizon to update the evdo .

now i have been to a bell store and the new jack about it!lol

my firmware is updated to 4.1

now i just have to to the update for internet.

is there a way that i could do it my self?

and is there a danger of doing my self?that why i did not want to try the verizon way incase..lol

Jase88 06-11-2006 11:27 AM

It can be done by yourself--someone posted the software on either here at Howard Forums. You do require the MSL code, which you would need to contact Bell for.

techker 06-11-2006 12:36 PM

well i found all the documents and i have a connection to call sos for my master password.

i work for best buy..lol

i hade to first upgrade in my blackberry. so i uploaded the newest version to be able to install the new patch for evdo.

it's cool they added icons for the blackberry email..

i heard that you could edit the seem on this one?

like the bell one with the clock on the left..

like the one on this site
http://www.businessonthego1.com/engl...rry_bb7250.asp

Jase88 06-11-2006 02:43 PM

The new email icons are part of the BIS 2.0 upgrade (individual email icons for each account).

The Bell Theme is part of the new 4.1 software. You can also download a couple other themes from the HELP! website through your Blackberry browser.

techker 06-12-2006 09:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jase88
The new email icons are part of the BIS 2.0 upgrade (individual email icons for each account).

The Bell Theme is part of the new 4.1 software. You can also download a couple other themes from the HELP! website through your Blackberry browser.

your sig says that u use asp flex?what could you do with that on a blackberry?

Jase88 06-12-2006 11:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by techker
your sig says that u use asp flex?what could you do with that on a blackberry?

ASP Flex is my BES/email hosting service.

My carrier, Bell Mobility, doesn't provide full MDS. Therefore I use BES hosting to access 3rd party applications. I also like the features BES has to offer...

techker 06-12-2006 12:12 PM

i got my master lock code from work,but the only thing im not shure is what is

MIN/MDN it asks me to take note of it?

and what is device password?is it default 0000?

markhutchison 06-12-2006 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by techker
i got my master lock code from work,but the only thing im not shure is what is

MIN/MDN it asks me to take note of it?

and what is device password?is it default 0000?

The Master Lock Code (MSL) is a 6 digit code which is used to access the NAM programming for your device. The "device password" is probably your MSL.

The MIN and MDN are your 10 digit mobile phone number (with no punctuation).

After the PRL update you will need to access your devices NAM programming menu (by dialing ##[MSL], where [MSL] is your six digit code) and re-enter your mobile number into the "Mobile Directory #" and "IMSI_S" fields.

techker 06-12-2006 12:29 PM

cool il try it now

techker 06-12-2006 12:40 PM

ok its done very simple to..thx the only thing is i marked every information down and noticed that my network code changed?do i put it back or leave it?

markhutchison 06-12-2006 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by techker
ok its done very simple to..thx the only thing is i marked every information down and noticed that my network code changed?do i put it back or leave it?

If your voice and data services are up and running I wouldn't be concerned. My network code is "64"; I'm on Bell Mobility's network in Ontario.


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