Leaked OS for the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300

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By Bla1ze on 12 Apr 2011 07:27 am EDT

Another leaked OS for you all from the forums, this time the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 gets the love. As usual, be careful when updating your device and be sure to make a backup before loading this one up. Thanks, Ryo-Kun!

*OS Disclaimer - Please Read: Keep in mind this is NOT an official release and as such is not supported by RIM or your Carrier. If you choose to install, do so at your own risk and only if you're comfortable in the process of upgrading and downgrading your device software. It is quite normal during operating system development for certain features to be crippled or disabled while others are tested, and these beta builds often reflect that. They are not always better. Depending on your BlackBerry comfort level, it may be best for you to wait for community feedback on a build before deciding to download and install for yourself or simply wait for the next official release. If you require support, you will find it in our CrackBerry forums via our extremely knowledgeable community base - do not contact your carrier or RIM for Beta OS technical support (their first course of action will be to advise you to downgrade to a supported OS). *

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Leaked OS for the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300


i agree.... i swear all these phone just got a leak last week and the pearl 3g never seen any updates for a while... what is up with that or at least have an official release for rogers then i wouldnt care anymore

@crackberry does "pulling your battery" have the same effect as restarting your BB after uninstalling/installing an application? Pls answer. I have a case on my blackberry and it is really hard to take off so, I just install and uninstall an app to restart my blackberry. I do this so the OS can get used to the battery life.

you can effectively do a battery pull without taking the battery out, press 'alt' the left shift button 'aA^' then 'del' holding each after you pressed it. the light will go red, then the traditional blackberry logo will come up with the bar down the bottom.

the only way that you can do a reboot is this way and by removing the battery, if you just turn it on and off that does not work, however app worl will get you to do a reboot after installing an app, i think the method above is quicker though?