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Old 07-24-2006, 06:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone

i guess a lot of ppl asked this before
but I still have no idea how to switch my Tmo OS to CSL OS on my 8700g
after i read all the post about upgrade

I downloaded the CSL os and i wiped my blackberry.
But that only clean up all my user configure

I deleted the vendor.xml and connect my blackberry and my computer
nothing changed....

I still have problem viewing chinese and the chinese input is not avaliable
can anyone give me a STEP BY STEP instruction?
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1) Download and install the latest version of the Desktop Manager program from the RIM BlackBerry web site.
2) Download and install the latest version of the 8700 Handheld OS from the carrier you choose
3) Locate and delete vendor.xml from your PC C: drive
4) Connect your BB to your PC and start Desktop Manager

If that does not work, you have not correctly followed steps 1-3.

Good luck.
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thanks
I I still wanna know

1. Do I need to do anything on my BlackBerry 8700g?
2. Will I be able to connect to tmo if i am using the CSL os?


btw, I just got a black skin case for my 8700g
but on the sale description ..... it's for 8700 c/g/r

will that skin case fit mine?
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