1. itsjustmeee's Avatar
    Now that AT&T has finally rolled out for the 8310, does it make any sense to actually put that version in my AT&T Curve that I already installed from Vodaphone (which is V4.5.0.55) about a month ago? Is there any benefit in replacing what I have now??
    12-18-08 09:44 PM
  2. greg24's Avatar
    yea you are putting the official on there. doesnt void your warranty anymore
    12-18-08 09:45 PM
  3. Garz's Avatar
    Yes. The At&t version is a much more stable release. The version you are running was released back in July and many bug fixes were done since then.
    12-18-08 09:45 PM
  4. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    First. The actual OS is .152 is the Package Version

    Second. YES. The AT&T release will ensure that if you need
    support from them they will be able to provide it.

    And lastly, each new OS has gotten progressively better.
    12-18-08 09:47 PM
  5. crackvegas78's Avatar
    Yeah. I was running the same version that you were. The att version is much smoother. And I have no memory leak anymore.
    12-18-08 09:52 PM
  6. itsjustmeee's Avatar
    Any problems with the apps I have installed? I'll do a backup like Blackberry site suggests, but do I have to go through the same ordeal that I did with the vodophone install or just follow the basic steps that it outlines on the site?
    12-18-08 10:07 PM
  7. amazinglygraceless's Avatar

    At worst you'll have to re-enter reg codes or login info.
    12-18-08 10:15 PM
  8. Spinny's Avatar
    I certainly backed up my data and my apps before I did the upgrade, but I didn't need to do any manual restores. The upgrade process through DM backed them up a second time and restored everything perfectly after, all automatically. You still have to re-register all your apps, though, and they'll all run as though you had just installed them.
    12-19-08 07:56 AM