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  • BlackBerry smartphones require BB Curve 8320 software! can you help

    I am a BB 8320 Curve user. Tool version (platform for T-Mobile users. I need if you need to download this version because I upgraded to OS 4.5 but didn’t capitalize I really liked it. So I would like to upgrade to (platform to help you, but I don’t get that version anywhere. Please help me become friends…!

    Hello and welcome to the forum!

    All official operator releases are available on this portal:


    I don’t know which operators have the version you want…you’ll have to look for it.

    Good luck!

  • Unlocked Blackberry Curve 8320 Mobile Smartphones


    I haven’t bought my Blackberry yet, but I’m looking into it. I want to buy an unlocked Blackberry Curve 8320 previously associated with AT&T or T-Mobile (I’m following some others). I’m fine, stop joking, I wanted to buy a Blackberry and put it on a Rogers Canada plan. I’m doing this because I want to use BBM, so I think I need a data plan.

    I take my Blackberry separately because I have to take it with me, for example if I use another GSM SIM card. I know it’s cheaper to sign it but I don’t want to accept this offer because I’m tied to the 3 year contract issue and in 3 years I won’t be in Canada anymore.

    I just want to check if the Rogers Data Networking system works with an unlocked Blackberry device as I described above.I asked Rogers customer support and they said that most of them can’t confirm that Rogers data network can be used to connect to an unlocked Blackberry because the program belonged to another provider and I had to use one Buy Blackberry from Rogers . I don’t know if men and women have said that I’m more likely to buy a Blackberry from Rogers than anywhere else. I know the Blackberry shown to you should work fine with a great standard GSM SIM for calls and texts and all, but I’d like to know specifically in the context of BBM.

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    Sorry, my question is often so long. Thank you personally for your help!

    While Canadian companies do differ from their American counterparts, I don’t think the differences are significant enough to significantly interfere with my answer.

    When you buy a “new” device installed on a support device, it is usually offered at a price that is well below the suggested retail price charged to it. This is a mandatory contract lock, Because they refund the difference in price between what you pay and the cost for the exact duration of the contract. Â They subsidize the cost of the order in question in order to charge a high subscription fee for access.

    All U.S. carriers require a smartphone plan in addition to all general “data plans” because only rates are for minutes, SMS, and more. Â I think Canadian companies could use the same.

    To use bbm, you will need a data plan that allows your device to use BIS (Blackberry Internet Service) features that require Blackberry performance to transfer data, email, and other “data”.

    This may be a new built-in method acquired from your friends at Rogers. You sold your Blackberry to these people and they are dancing to the record. That’s a lot of music to his ears. Â This item has been sold and is therefore “locked” to Rogers. Â Software, for every month of contract bondage, to dance again when the roster shows them with more chacha.

    You bought it they have almost all cameras, so you will probably only use them with them. They will be what you may or may not be and will be subject to different and varied fees if you get tired of their website or lack thereof and take all your stuff elsewhere or try. Â The costs associated with early termination can easily exceed these upfront costs plus high quality at a lending institution that violates cutback rules.

    This is the reason for the dissatisfaction, including the customers of transport companies, who are almost always less satisfied. It’s also just better to allow multiple people at the same time, but not all individual carriers “sell” the rest of your arrangements to each other. Â I don’t know if Rogers can be contacted.

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    The map on the right is a screenshot of Art Curve 8310 using a custom map for the TrekBuddy site using the excellent GoogleMaps gm2tb. 1. Download TrekBuddy: You can easily find the ALX and COD files from this link. 2. Install TrekBuddy: Use the BlackBerry Application Loader to install the application.

    If your company buys an “unlocked” device, it is suggested that the group may find Rogers (GSM/CDMA, depending on trade) attractive enough to be more active on their network.


    Their job in the aftermarket is to use understatement and release breathm. Â You know perfectly well that the device will indeed be unlocked, no matter where we are from. They won’t make you a suitable device for them, which is probably not worth researching and running on their network at first. Â Since no one paid a subsidized price for the device, Rogers is not required to prepare for new devices for three years or more.

    During the game, they will foolishly hope that you will get them, and you are locked in this service contract. It’s guaranteed money for thirty-six months. Â It has a lot to do with money.

    Assuming you can agree that an unlocked 8320 (GSM) network probably works well with your network, someone could buy a phone without securing it for a while.

    You definitely need a data plan, but at least the minimum rate they offer won’t allow you to access the features that make it a Blackberry.

    Very important to you as a customer. unlikely to be “unlocked”, rather the PIN was issued by the previous owner when accessing their carrier, T-Mobile or AT&T. ÂKaEach BlackBerry is assigned a unique PIN code with which it lives forever. For example, if I want to sell a group’s unlocked Blackberry Storm, I must keep the Verizon PIN secret so that the prospective buyer can activate any Storm with Verizon (my ISP) or jailbreak any service provider, as it is a relatively versatile device that can be activate in CDMA/GSM/UMTS network and/or globally.

    I need a used money plug if and only if it can be shown that the PIN was issued by the previous owner/carrier. With all the tool in hand, you can sometimes check on the device, it may not be unlocked. The functionality of the spindle should be checked by the previous carrier, and I’m being too cynical, but I wouldn’t agree with the seller, except if it’s a very reliable member, and even then I would usually politely ask for a check.