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With new Black Berry handsets coming fast and furious over the next few weeks (and months depending on your carrier), you may be tempted to get latest leaked or official OS on your shiny new touchscreen.
Having gone through many transitions since its original version 1.0 iteration in 1999, the Black Berry OS is best known for its security, multitasking capabilities and interoperability with corporate email infrastructures using such services as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, or Novell Group Wise email.First they appeared for the Black Berry Passport, then the Black Berry Z30 and Black Berry Classic and now that the beta has landed in the hands of even more folks, so have the files for...Previously we let you all know Black Berry was working on a fix for the Passport screen flicker issue and while there was no ETA mentioned, if you don't mind taking an unconventional route, you can try out that fix.Although the Black Berry OS is still widely used and being developed for, Black Berry announced on September 27th, 2010 their new operating system, Black Berry 10, is based on QNX.QNX powers the Black Berry Play Book as well as the now available Black Berry Z10 and will be used in future Black Berry 10 devices.
As the only current member of the herd rocking a RIM device, the tutorial onus is on me. Installing another carriers official OS, even if it’s in a foreign language is usually a safe bet for stability, leaked OS’s however are a total crapshoot, so be sure to backup your device before you do any of this, and you’ll need a PC … The newest OS can be (of course) downloaded from IMPORTANT!