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  1. dimm0k's Avatar
    How come it tells me to restart my pc after I install the OS to it?
    I wouldn't worry about that... I never restart and it works fine.
    09-29-12 02:34 AM
  2. jmd.aKBar's Avatar
    How come it tells me to restart my pc after I install the OS to it?
    I think it's because you're installing the drivers needed to do the necessary communications with the phone when the phone's os is being installed..
    09-29-12 02:52 AM
  3. rkcmd's Avatar
    I recently updated my 9360 using an unofficial update from a different carrier, and had no problems whatsoever... just wondering what errors there would be if i didn't wipe my device before loading a new OS.

    .Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    10-28-12 03:50 AM
  4. jeffh's Avatar
    I recently updated my 9360 using an unofficial update from a different carrier, and had no problems whatsoever... just wondering what errors there would be if i didn't wipe my device before loading a new OS.

    .Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    The OS loading process performs a wipe automatically, whether you perform one manually or not. The result is the same. There is always the possibility an OS upgrade will fail, so you should always make a backup before you start, but whether or not you wipe the device first won't make a difference.
    10-28-12 07:19 AM
  5. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    I recently updated my 9360 using an unofficial update from a different carrier, and had no problems whatsoever... just wondering what errors there would be if i didn't wipe my device before loading a new OS.

    .Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    With almost no exception, none. You'd only need to wipe if you had an IT policy to remove, or suspected a database corruption. You still wouldn't need to "wipe" before changing the OS. Usng loader.exe to install after making a backup, not choosing to restore personal data and 3rd party apps, then selectively restoring through Desktop after, or via BBProtect would accomplish the same thing.

    The process of an OS installation, will always result in a full wipe.
    10-28-12 07:35 AM
  6. rkcmd's Avatar
    The OS loading process performs a wipe automatically, whether you perform one manually or not. The result is the same. There is always the possibility an OS upgrade will fail, so you should always make a backup before you start, but whether or not you wipe the device first won't make a difference.


    thanks!
    Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    10-28-12 11:14 PM
  7. rkcmd's Avatar
    With almost no exception, none. You'd only need to wipe if you had an IT policy to remove, or suspected a database corruption. You still wouldn't need to "wipe" before changing the OS. Usng loader.exe to install after making a backup, not choosing to restore personal data and 3rd party apps, then selectively restoring through Desktop after, or via BBProtect would accomplish the same thing.

    The process of an OS installation, will always result in a full wipe.


    Thanks!
    Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    10-28-12 11:15 PM
  8. mrosek2009's Avatar
    Can i update my OS from my device without using my PC?
    03-11-13 11:53 PM
  9. techie786's Avatar
    Will it work with Q10 OS 10.1
    05-27-13 12:15 PM
  10. surfol's Avatar
    Will it work with Q10 OS 10.1
    I've been wondering the same too.
    09-19-13 07:16 AM
  11. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    Will it work with Q10 OS 10.1
    I've been wondering the same too.
    This procedure is for legacy BlackBerry OS. What y'all need is:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-tips-how-faq-f295/
    09-19-13 07:33 AM
  12. francoism's Avatar
    I recently upgraded to 10.2.0.1791 on my z10. After that when I open my camera I get the message "the camera can't be started" and I cant watch movies. Can anyone pls help. Thanx. Francois

    Posted via CB10
    11-17-13 12:25 AM
  13. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    I recently upgraded to 10.2.0.1791 on my z10. After that when I open my camera I get the message "the camera can't be started" and I cant watch movies. Can anyone pls help. Thanx. Francois

    Posted via CB10
    Way off topic, but open the picture folder, menu, start camera.
    11-17-13 10:37 AM
  14. Sarfaraz Ghulam's Avatar
    will a shrinked bb os7 (shrinked using bbh tool and reduced to 98 mb) work on my bold 9780, should i uptade my os 6 to a shrinked os 7
    03-09-14 04:16 AM
  15. jmd.aKBar's Avatar
    I don't think it would work... You might end up ' bricking' your phone... I wouldn't recommend it..

    Sent from my C6602 using CB Forums mobile app
    03-09-14 06:19 AM
  16. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    will a shrinked bb os7 (shrinked using bbh tool and reduced to 98 mb) work on my bold 9780, should i uptade my os 6 to a shrinked os 7
    The 9780 never received OS7, so there's nothing to shrink and load.
    03-09-14 08:20 AM
  17. Tekate's Avatar
    I uploaded the most recent OS, but now the Y and the Z are inverted in the QWERTY keyboard. How can I fix it?


    Posted via CB10
    04-04-14 12:58 PM
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