- CrackBerry Addict
- 857 Posts
Latest Official 9100-9105 OS 220.127.116.114 from SaskTel
Software For BlackBerry® Pearl™ 3G smartphone (model: 9100)
BlackBerry Handheld Software v18.104.22.1680 (All Languages)
Package Version: 22.214.171.1240
Software Platform: 126.96.36.199
File name: 9100_9105AllLang_PBr6.0.0_rel2390_PL188.8.131.52_A6.0 .0.534_SaskTel.exe
File size: 175.98MB
Note: The Software Platform and Applications version numbers can be found under Options-About screen on the handheld.
Download Software Here
SaskTel Software Download Page
- 05-05-11, 11:46 PM #2
Quick OS6 UPGRADE GUIDE
You beat me to it rroyy!
Here's my short-version OS install guide if anyone needs a refresher...
ELITE1's Quick OS6 UPGRADE GUIDE
- (Optional) Uninstall any previous OS from your PC.
- Download OS to PC. Use Internet Explorer to do so, not Firefox or Chrome. (For leaked versions, the browser is irrelevant though.)
- Following successful DL, run OS file to install OS on PC.
- On BB, go to BBM Options, scroll down to Backup section. Ensure Remote Backup is enabled AND also conduct a Local Backup to media card.
- Go through any 3rd party apps that have option to save settings to media card, and conduct Backup to media card from menu within each of these apps. (Examples: all Bellshare apps such as BerryBuzz & BerryWeather; QuickLaunch; Shao's apps such as Wallpaper Changer & SixTools; Show Me The Images; etc).
- Connect BB to PC. Open DM and backup device. Close DM.
- (Optional) Use desktop program like BBSAK or BBMCP to backup 3rd party apps.
- On PC, navigate to
•64-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
•32-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
- (Optional/Recommended) Run BB Boss or Shrink-A-OS/BBHybrids Tool.
- In same AppLoader file where you deleted Vendor, double-click on Loader to initiate OS upgrade. Follow onscreen instructions.
- CrackBerry Genius
05-06-11, 10:03 AM #3
- 1,565 Posts
Installed it last night. Gained about 6MB after doing the customary shrinking out of Videos, Songs and such (as compared to .526 after i did the same shrinking).
Too soon to comment on battery life. Very responsive, no bugs detected as of yet.
Seems just as stable as .526
- 05-09-11, 07:38 PM #9
If you're 100% sure you've successfully used FF or Chrome to download an officially released OS from RIM in the past, then keep doing what you're doing!
If not, better safe than sorry and just use IE for the download.