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Old 30-09-2010, 08:26 AM
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Wink Tempat Download & Cara Upgrade Blackberry

Tempat download OS Blackberry

Cara Upgrade Blackberry
  1. Wipe Blackberry anda.
    Mengapa? Dengan me-Wipe Blackberry anda terlebih dahulu, blackberry anda akan bersih TOTAL tidak berbekas, sehingga tidak ada error ketika melakukan Upgrade OS yang baru.
  1. Persiapkan Desktop Manager anda.
    Di sini saya menyarankan ada menggunakan Desktop Manager v4.6. Entah mengapa, menurut saya DM tersebut versi terstabil yang pernah saya pakai. Anda dapat mendownloadnya di sini.
  1. Dowload OS yang anda inginkan.
    Banyak website yang menyediakan OS Blackberry. Salah satunya anda bisa datangi situs ini.
  1. Install OS Blackberry anda.
    Install OS Blackberry yang telah anda download tadi ke Laptop/PC anda.
  1. Hapus vendor.xml
    Delete vendor.xml file di PC anda (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\Apploader), atau apabila kesulitan anda bisa menggunakan fasilitas windows search
  1. Hubungkan Blackberry anda.
    Hubungkan Blackberry anda ke PC anda sehingga tertera tulisan di Desktop Manager "Connected".
  1. Buka Loader.exe
    Jalankan aplikasi bernama Loader.exe yang terdapat di C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader\Loader.exe sehingga muncul Desktop Manager dalam mode Application Mode
  1. Customize yang akan diinstall.
    Pilih apa saja yang akan anda install di Blackberry anda. Misal, install bahasa inggris saja, spanish dll jgn diinstall, hal ini akan melegakan memory anda.
  1. Next, dan ikuti perintah2 nya.
  1. Tunggu saja sampai Blackberry anda nyala.
    Sesi ini bakal memakan waktu lama. Apabila layar Blackberry anda mati, biarkan saja, yang penting anda harus menjaga kabel koneksi (Mini-USB) anda aman, tidak tercabut pada saat peng-upgrade'an OS dilakukan.
  1. Finish

1) Download the version of OS you want to install from your carrier's website.

2) Extract or install the files from the previous step. They will automatically install into the correct location. This location will be C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\Shared\Loader Files. Under this directory you will see directories with the model number of your device (if you installed the correct files) followed by a version number. Under these directories will be a host of .alx and .cod files. Do not modify or delete these files. They are needed to install the new OS.

3) Assume the BlackBerry Handheld Manager is installed, when you plug your device in, a popup will appear and ask if you want to upgrade your device. Choose upgrade and follow the steps given by the Application Loader. If you have any 3rd party applications you would like to keep, locate and select them at this time to avoid having to reload them after the new OS is

4) This will also be the time the apploader will ask if you want to erase all data and reload or backup and restore the data on your device. Choose your preference and continue.

5) Typically a complete OS reload with backup and restore can take anywhere from 5-15 minutes depending on the amount of data on your device to restore.

6) The apploader will inform you when the process is complete. After this, the device will automatically reset itself (sometime this will take longer than a normal reboot) and once completed and on, your device will be upgraded and ready to go.

Now if you wish to downgrade your device to a previous version, many of the above steps will apply.

First, you will have to remove the newer OS from your PC. Do this by going to add/remove programs in the control panel and removing the software for the new BB OS. Make sure desktop manager is not running when you do this. After complete, restart the Desktop Manager.

When you plug in your device, if everything went well, the Desktop Manager should tell you that your PC has an older version of desktop tools than is installed on the device. It will give you an option to keep the version on your BlackBerry or downgrade to the version on your PC. You will want to select downgrade and let apploader do the work.

Should this method fail, you will have to download the file javaloader.exe from the internet. Place it in a common directory (I usually put mine in the Loader Files directory for easy access. From the directory you have javaloader.exe installed in type "javaloader -usb wipe". This will completely erase all data and applications from your devie. Now navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\AppLoader and delete the file vendor.xml. Now plug in your device and install the new OS from scratch. Open apploader and select the USB port as your connection. It will then bring to you to the main apploader screen and all the OS packages will be listed with status as Install.

If you have question beyond the scope of this document please feel free to post them. However I suggest reading and rereading these steps to ensure you have tried the most basic and tried steps to load or reload your OS. Have fun and enjoy!
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