1. mypearl1's Avatar
    Certified RIM Software for the 9900:

    Model #: RDE71UW, RDE72UW (BlackBerry 9900) e.g. AT&T
    tri-band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, UMTS 1900, UMTS 2100 MHz

    Jul 27 - Release 1221 (initial) 7.0.0.212
    Aug 1 - Release 1315 7.0.0.250
    Aug 3 - Release 1346 7.0.0.261 (platform 464)
    Aug 9 - Release 1355 7.0.0.261 (platform 469)
    Aug 17 - Release 1549 7.0.0.317
    Aug 31 - Release 1672 7.0.0.353
    Sep 12 - Release 1773 7.0.0.384


    Model #: RDV71UW, RDV72UW (BlackBerry 9900) e.g. T-mobile
    tri-band support: UMTS 900, UMTS 1700, UMTS 2100 MHz band

    Jul 27 - Release 1221 (initial) 7.0.0.212
    Aug 2 - Release 1315 7.0.0.250
    Aug 3 - Release 1346 7.0.0.261 (platform 464)
    Aug 3 - Release 1355 7.0.0.261 (platform 469)
    Aug 18 - Release 1549 7.0.0.317
    Aug 31 - Release 1672 7.0.0.353
    Sep 16 - Release 1773 7.0.0.384

    Model #: RDY71UW, RDY72UW (BlackBerry 9900) e.g. AT&T
    tri-band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, UMTS 1900, UMTS 2100 MHz

    Aug 9 - Release 1221 (initial) 7.0.0.212
    Aug 11 - Release 1315 7.0.0.250
    Aug 12 - Release 1346 7.0.0.261 (platform 464)
    Aug 18 - Release 1355 7.0.0.261 (platform 469)
    Aug 22 - Release 1549 7.0.0.317
    Aug 31 - Release 1672 7.0.0.353




    You can learn more about BB models here: http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...umbers-638291/

    and here (pages 41 and on)

    http://docs.blackberry.com/en/smartp...228-001-US.pdf


    Remove your battery to see your model #.
    UrbanGlowCam likes this.
    09-24-11 04:18 PM
  2. UrbanGlowCam's Avatar
    Interesting. I don't completely know what to make of this but it looks like there are two revisions for the AT&T unit. They were both certifying software at the same time though? The last model posted I assume has been halted and replaced by the top one.

    .384 seems to be the latest stable version so I hope it leaks soon.
    09-24-11 04:26 PM
  3. fiddysheqel's Avatar
    What does all of this mean? How can I check which version mine is?

    If T-Mobile USA is testing .384, and we know that someone on this forum has had UMA on their 9900 with T-Mobile USA, does this mean that .384 may be the build we need to be leaked in order to add UMA?

    *UMA = UMA or GAN-lite in my post
    09-24-11 09:04 PM
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