It always stops at waiting for initialization and then i get this error "Unable to reconnect to the device during a multi-stage load operation" error.
What i need help with is updating to 4.5 not unbricking
i tried all the methods....
no micro sd card in
tried 2 batteries
tried 2 computers
also unchecked the " allow the computer to turn off this device to save power " in the usb root hub
i tried 4.2,4.3,4.5,4.6 ,4.7 dms
and i tried 4.5 os from tmobile and att
i even tried the blackberry.net update
I have bb curve 8320
no Data plan
not a laptop, im using desktop
right now im using os 4.2
tried about 30 times getting os 4.5
also some good friends helped me on pinstack.com but no luck ... always getting this error
OK it looks like you have tried alot of different things here. I've had this happen to me and I was able to get around it with alot of struggling. So if you have the patience for one more shot heres what I would try.
1: Go to control panel/add remove and uninstall both rim entries.
2: Download desktop manager 4.5 without media manager and install it.
3: DOwnload this OS http://forums.crackberry.com/f52/new...-124-a-137573/ and install it.
4:Get crackmem from the link in my signature. Install it and reboot your pc.
5: GO back to add remove programs and verify that you have two entries for rim. If all is well then disconnect from the internet and turn off your antivirus/firewall.
6: Follow these instructions http://forums.crackberry.com/f2/crac...light=crackmem. You can get crackmem from here also.
7: DO not use your computer for anything other than the upgrade your doing. Dont let the screen saver come active either. Of course you know not to unplug the device until it says upgrade was sucsessfull and device is powered back up on its own.
Give this a shot and see what you come up with....hope this helps.
If that isnt it the only other thing I can think of is jl_cmdr. But its gonna really wipe your device. You can read up on it here if you like http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/how-...l_cmder-53502/ though if after this many times and we still havent gotten it to work I would just leave well enough alone....I suppose.
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