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  1. strangergrrrl's Avatar
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    Default h2o wireless service books

    I am in desperate need of some new service book for h2o wireless service. Please help!!!
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    contact me at mygswireless and will send you the service book for blackberry h2o
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    Any member looking to get h2o blackberry service book, contact me through our website at mygswireless and will be more than happy to provide you the service book with instructions
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    Default I NeEd The H20 Blackberry Service Book

    I NeEd The H20 Blackberry Service Book PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Default h2o service books

    could u please send those service books for h2o? tnx
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    Default H2O wireless service book

    hey could you send me the h2o wireless service book please.?
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    Hi
    Can you please send h2o service books
    Thank you

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    Also looking for H2O Service Book for a Blackberry Torch? Can anyone help?
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    I finally got the H20 the service books and now get MMS messages on my blackberry, yay! I'll make a separate thread for this too because I spent a week searching for this. You can download them here - they won't let me post a link because this is a new account so I put the link in my profile under location.

    Here are the instructions, I couldn't reset my legacy mode with what they sent, so I added more instructions for that at the end.

    So three steps: first backup your phone on your desktop, a full back up. Then reset your phone to legacy mode, then install the h20 service books. I didn't delete my old service books but my phone works fine, getting MMS.



    1) Connect phone to PC via USB Cable
    ( wait for BB Desktop manager to detect and connect to phone )

    2) a ( If using 5.0 Desktop manager ) , Click on Device and select restore

    * Click on the file to highlight it. Go to the next window and
    click on select data to restore and then click restore.
    * Before clicking OK on the pop up window asking to replace files ,
    go to option > advanced options >service books.
    On your keypad , type alt ES button , alt ES button , alt BN button ,
    alt ER button , alt BN button and you will see a pop up saying LEGACY

    RESTORE MODE ENABLED.
    * Now , click OK to replace existing data.

    3) a ( If using 4.x Desktop manager ) ,
    * Click on Back up and Restore and Select Advanced Restore
    * Click on the file and browse to the folder you placed the file in and select file.
    * Highlight it and click on the arrow pointing to the right to transfer file to phone.
    * Before clicking OK on the pop up window asking to replace files ,
    go to option > advanced options >service books.
    On your keypad , type alt ES button , alt ES button , alt BN button , alt ER button ,
    alt BN button and you will see a pop up saying LEGACY RESTORE MODE ENABLED.
    * Now , click OK to replace existing data.
    * Click on OK when the dialog box pops up asking if you want to replace.

    4) On the phone, go to Options > Advanced Options > TCP
    * Type in " att.mvno " in the APN field without quotation marks .
    * Leave Username and Password Blank.

    Additional legacy reset instructions:


    Enable Legacy SB Restore mode

    Go to Options > Advanced Options > Service Book
    hold ALT and press S B E B
    (with 1/2 qwerty model hold ALT and press S S B E B)
    (with touch screen model hold [!?123] until it show lock icon and press 4 ? 2 ? - mean ALT SBEB )
    you will see the message Legacy SB Restore Enable.
    After that you can free to backup/Restore Service Book on your BlackBerry.

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