- 03-01-10, 08:39 AM #27
ive managed to do it but it still says there is no software avaiable even tho i have the device software on my pc
im trying to do it with a 8100
- 07-10-10, 07:08 PM #28
9700 with same issue
So just to confirm that SOME companies do actually send back your phone with no OS after repair, I just happened to come across a Telus 9700 freshly sent back from repair that bears the white screen stating "No Application Linked <factory os>"
This 9700 was deemed corrupted due to liquid damage, although the phone was still running 5.0 when sent out for repair...Quoted at $350 to repair so the client said no chance. I picked it up from him because I thought I might be able to get it working again.
Quite strange that the guy we sent it out to didn't even reload the OS post-repair isn't it?
- CrackBerry Abuser
02-16-11, 01:28 PM #29
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i have a question about the factory reset. i always using bbsak to wipe and reload my os and even a backup. i see a factory reset button and i never tried it. hehehe. what is the function of the factory reset actually? if i used it, means my bb will be unbranded? my bb is from orange.
- CrackBerry Genius of Geniuses
12-16-13, 12:45 PM #36
- 12,530 Posts
- Optional, but not needed.
Go into options, type host routing table, select it, hit menu, select Register Now. If you don't have a sim card, insert one in.
Also, you asked in the 9700 section about branding your phone? How is it you have a 9900 and asked about an earlier blackberry? Hope it's not bumping time.
- 12-28-13, 08:17 AM #37
reload the os by installing bb desktop manager. go to your hard drive/ program files/ common files/ researchinmotion/ apploader .
plug in the bb without a battery
continue throughtout the app
click browse and click the os for your phone
but make sure you have the right os downloaded fron a site either piratebay or any