If you haven't had the opportunity to restore the OS on your BlackBerry, you're lucky. Seeing a blank screen with "App Error 523" or something similar is not a pretty sight. Granted, it's a much less common sight these days then it was a few years back (how many of you reading can remember installing a OS 4.2 theme on a 8700 running 4.0? oops!) and it's really not that bad of a thing - you can always get up and running again if you know what to do. You can think of the process of reloading your BlackBerry's operating system as a CrackBerry right of passage.
With OS leaks still popping up on an almost daily basis, we thought maybe it was time we update our original How to Reload the OS on a Nuked or Bricked BlackBerry tutorial with a video of the process that would make things even easier to understand should you encounter the need to fix your BB from scratch. Since everyone complained about how crappy the quality on some of my previous A to Z videos were, I busted out my new HD camcorder and did up this walktrough. So if you have no place to turn and just can't get your device up and running, check out this quick video and get back on your feet. Hopefully you won't need to do this, but if you do, this should help.
Don't listen to AT&T: Your phone isn't going to stop making calls
AT&T customers have been receiving warnings from the carrier saying that their phones will soon stop making calls. That's technically true, but the network change isn't coming until 2022. Here's what you need to know about the transition to VoLTE (HD Voice) on AT&T.