1. blackberryfan01's Avatar
    I have a Verizon BlackBerry 9530.

    Following the instructions on getting one to work with a TMobile sim card found here :


    I have concluded that there must be a better way to do this.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to include service books in an OS installer?

    The reason I ask this is because this method works fine... But it seems that the service books provided are unsigned and therefore are troublesome to keep on the phone... For instance, if I remove the sim card, insert a new sim card from a different carrier I lose the browser service book and therefore the browser ability on my phone.

    I know that because I have to use Legacy Restore more to load the service books and therefore they are unsigned. As far as I know only RIM can sign service books in a way that will make devices recognize them correctly..

    So I was thinking of maybe trying to implode the service books into the OS installation instead and see how that works out.

    If anyone has any ideas or suggestions or reasons why this cannot be done or made possible that would be great!!

    Thank you so much for reading through this!
    Last edited by blackberryfan01; 09-11-12 at 05:36 AM.
    09-11-12 05:32 AM
  2. tutibreaker's Avatar
    is not posible, because the carriers install directly the services books on the phone when in connected to the network
    09-13-12 10:03 AM