Blackberry curve 8520 not updating
If you still want to upgrade to OS 6, there is a good news that Star Hub Ltd. For those of you that want to know the step by step on how to upgrade, here is the guide. This OS version is still an unofficial release so do it at your own risk. Firstly you need to install the Blackberry Desktop Software. Installation of Blackberry OS to the local computer. The Black Berry Desktop Software will detect that there is an update version found in the local computer. Make sure to check the ‘Back up device data’ and fill your email address to get notified a new software update. After several minutes, if there is no problem, the software update is complete.
officially dropped Black Berry OS 220.127.116.118 for Curve 3G 9300. This guide should work for any upgrade of Blackberry OS to the latest version. Blackberry Desktop Software, can be downloaded at 2. It is highly encouraged that you backup anything before upgrading. This software, if any new software update found, will prompt you that an update is available. Make sure the available new version is correct, Version 18.104.22.1688 (Bundle 1676). Click the ‘Install Update’ button to start updating. Please wait while the Black Berry Software Device Software is updated. You can savely disconnect the device from the PC/Laptop.
Remove the device battery for about five minutes to ensure a complete disconnect from the Black Berry network.
This causes a hard reset, forcing the network to register the device as a new device on the network.
Phone calls and texting will work, but data like web browsing and BES mail delivery will most likely not.
cannot send or receive email, follow the steps below in the order given to determine the problem.Regardless of what carrier you use, if your network status indicates email is not supported in your area, you must move to a location where email is supported.If your network status indicates email support, but you still cannot send or receive email, continue troubleshooting. If the "G" or "EDGE" is not uppercase, this indicates that the devices are in range of an area with limited coverage.It was officially released in August 2011, making its appearance on the Black Berry Bold (9900/9930), Black Berry Torch (9810/9850/9860), and the Black Berry Curve (9350/9360/9370/9380).Any smartphones running an earlier version of the Black Berry OS could not be updated to version 7.0.