News brief: Sprint subscribers who missed the ability to send and receive MMS messages from their BlackBerry's should update their handsets to the latest OS 4.50.131 firmware. All willing can download it here.
AT&T has finally rolled out the highly anticipated OS 4.5 update for every supported BlackBerry handset on its network. Here’s a quick list of supported models:Pearl 8100; Pearl 8110; Pearl 8120; Curve 8300; Curve 8310; Curve 8320; 8800; 8820; 8700 Visit RIM’s AT&T downloads page to get the latest firmware for your phone.
According to BlackBerryNews, the CDMA BlackBerry Pearl 8220 flip will be coming soon to Telus. They've showed some documentation showing a big "Coming Soon" sign next to the phone. And if rumors are to be belived, the most probable release date is sometime in the end of the month.
Yes, I'm also getting sick of this continuous flux of unofficial BlackBerry OS updates, but what can we do? They just keep coming. The latest OS 18.104.22.168 for BlackBerry Bold owners can be downloaded here, though as usual we know nothing about the changes integreted in the new build. Proceed with caution.
Verizon customers will be pleased to know that the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8230 will soon be available on carrier's network. Pricing and availability details weren't revealed yet, but there is a number of test units already available, so the release is extremely close.
A day after the official release of the OS 22.214.171.124 update for the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone, the guys over at crackberry.com came up with what they claim to be the leaked OS 126.96.36.199 firmware for the handset. Head over to their site for more info. Install at your own risk!
BlackBerry Curve 8900 owners can now update their handsets to the official firmware version OS 188.8.131.52. Hit up this link from BlackBerry to download the latest build. And don't forget to backup your data before proceeding.
Aren't those guys tired yet? Yet another Blackberry Storm 9530 firmware update has leaked in the web, and now it's OS 184.108.40.206. As usual, no release notes or changelogs are available, so install at your own risk.