It seems as though some BlackBerry users, mostly T-Mobile subscribers have started reporting SIM card errors after having installed 220.127.116.11 BETA OS, now while it is never reccomended that you install BETA OS files, as they are not known to be stable, nor are they meant for public consumption, let's face it some of you have despite that fact, hey who doesn't want the lateest stuff right?...but from the reports it seems as though maybe RIM is not quite so happy about the situation, while we have no "offcial" confirmation from RIM...the reports of T-Mobile subscribers having installed 18.104.22.168 only to find their SIM cards no longer able to connect to the network.
Remember folks, they hit Kevins BlackBerry 9000 by blocking data on the PIN, so hitting subscribers at the SIM and carrier level is not impossible either..I'm pretty positive RIM could/would pull it off.
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Nope don't plan on doing that even if I knew how, my phone will stay the way it was sold to me unless RIM send some OS upgrade. I bought the BLK swivel case, already had a memory card, just bought a RingTone from T-Zones, and want a Skin, but that's about as far as I'll go. If my phone seems boreing that's ok at least it will still work.
Honestly, the only theme i use is the Vodafone white. I have that, and the Dimension Zen.
I like the vid record, and use the beta, just to see how far it has come, but can't keep it for more than a day or so.. I am so nervous about missing calls and emails, that i reconcile every few minutes..
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