Furthermore, installing the wrong Blackberry drivers can make these problems even worse.
Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating Blackberry device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading the Blackberry Storm 9500 Driver Utility.
but we’ll be back in 2008 bigger and better than ever.
I’m not sure if nuked is the technically appropriate word for it (I also use one that starts with an F and ends in an ED and has a CK in the middle), but it is how I refer to a Black Berry that is stuck in a permanent reboot cycle and is completely, completely unusable.
To me that’s not a bad thing (what’s better than getting a new Black Berry?! Keep in mind that during this process you don’t necessarily have to reload the same version of the OS that’s currently running on your Nuked Black Berry.
Alle weiteren Marken gehören ihren jeweiligen Rechteinhabern.
With many of the Verizon users who took advantage of the leaked OS upgrade for their version of the Storm reporting vast improvements, it’s only understandable that a lot of Vodafone Storm users are upset about the lack of a new OS available through legitimate means or otherwise.
Grab a copy of OS 184.108.40.206 here and let us and the world know how you and your Storm are fairing.
I’ve been a bit slack in my Black Berry 101 lectures as of late – I blame the Smartphone Round Robin, all the Contests we’ve been running on the site and the busy Holiday Season. Today’s lecture isn’t really a “newbie” topic, but it’s one that I wanted to cover because in the past three weeks I’ve gone through it half a dozen times and that is Reloading the Operating System on a Black Berry that’s totally “Nuked”.