Tag Archives: Operating System
7:51 pm on Feb 6, 2012 |
During CES, RIM announced the availability of their latest BlackBerry handheld operating system, BlackBerry 7.1. The latest OS brings a bevy of new features, and the most requested and anticipated of them all is mobile hotspot. It looks like T-Mobile is now jumping on the OS updating bandwagon and offering the latest and greatest to their customers. If you’re a T-Mobile customer, you should be able to hit the OTA update button, or grab a USB cable, and load up BlackBerry Desktop manager to get the newest OS for your Bold.
Source : CrackBerry.com
4:12 pm on Feb 6, 2012 |
It’s February and we all know what that means, PlayBook OS 2.0 launches this month! There hasn’t been an officially announced launch date; however, we’re hearing mid to late February. RIM has already started the marketing push for PlayBook OS 2.0, with PlayBook displays popping up in the UK. These displays proudly don the words: “New BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 Operating System update,” and also feature some demo PlayBooks. It’s only a matter of time before we all have the native Email, Calendar, Contacts, and a redesigned UI on all of our PlayBooks!
Source : N4BB
RIM to “entertain” licensing requests, but will not focus on it as a part of their operations right now
12:40 pm on Jan 23, 2012 |
In todays press conferences RIM’s new CEO, Thorsten Heins stepped up to the plate to finally address a question that has been burning with analysts. Will RIM licence BlackBerry 10 OS to third parties. Thorsten went on to say that if manufactures contact RIM after the launch of BlackBerry 10 he may “entertain” the idea of licensing the newly minted operating system. While he did say they would think about it, they will not make it part of their core operations.
I would like to think that RIM would see the success of BlackBerry 10 and decided not to even think about licensing the new OS. If you think about it, when you license an operating system you really don’t have direct control over how it’s used. A good example is Google and it’s Android platform. Android is found on high-end, low-end and everywhere in-between giving consumers a drastically different experience on each device. This type of user experience typically has a rapid growth and short life span, I guess only time will tell. I’m curious to know what our readers think of this, do you think it’s good or a bad idea to license the new OS.
And we are officially onto yet another day at CES 2012, but before we continue I’ll take a minuet to recap yesterdays news. Yesterday RIM officially demoed the new PlayBook operating system, version 2.0. Along with a demonstration of the new BlackBerry remote feature that you’ll find with the latest version of the BlackBerry Bridge application.
CES 2012 day 2
- RIM shows off BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 at CES 2012
- RIM demos the new BlackBerry Bridge features at CES 2012 – Including BlackBerry Remote
- Visa approves the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9790 and Curve 9360/9380 for NFC mobile payments
Keep your browser locked to TheBerryFix.com as we dive into the third day at CES 2012.
12:05 pm on Jan 5, 2012 |
As we approach the release date of the BlackBerry 10/PlayBook 2.0 Operating System, the rumors are bound to begin flying, and the latest one doesn’t seem far from the truth. Pocket-lint is hearing that RIM will be in Barcelona, Spain during this years Mobile World Congress in February to demonstrate the power of the BlackBerry 10 Operating System. One thing to note is that there will probably not be any BlackBerry 10 devices on hand and it will be more videos and candid on stage demos.
This doesn’t stray to far from the information we’ve been receiving, though from the rumors it looks as though RIM might demo the new OS for the PlayBook later next week at CES.
Source : Pocket-lint
5:36 pm on Dec 20, 2011 |
RIM has just let us know that the Ripple Emulator development engine for BlackBerry developers has been updated to a newer Beta version. This new version is v0.9.1 and contains the following new features and fixes:
- Added SSL support for Microsoft Windows®
- WebWorks File I/O API support
- HTML5 Audio/Video support on Microsoft Windows
- Local solution for emulating your app without configuring a local web server
- Ability to work offline after an initial connection to the Internet
This version of the Ripple Emulator works for both Windows and Mac and brings some big updates for WebWorks development. If you’re a developer that works, or is interested in working, with Ripple, hit the link below to grab the latest version and get to work! If you’re interested in learning more about Ripple development you can Click Here to find out.
It has been a little while since we have seen a new leak for the Bold 9700. All the previous leaks were .5XX builds and today we have OS 22.214.171.1240 leaked. There’s no word on what has changed with this release so be sure to discuss your findings in TheBerryFix Forums.
- Download OS 126.96.36.1990 for the Bold 9700 (FreakShare)
- Download OS 188.8.131.520 for the Bold 9700 (Uploaded.to)
**WARNING: This is not an official release for BlackBerry and therefor is not been fully tested and may contain bugs. theberryfix.com cannot be held responsible for any issues that arise ether during or after installation. You are installing the leak by choice. To help the BlackBerry community please don’t forget to post your findings in the Forum.
11:29 pm on Mar 31, 2011 |
We saw the BlackBerry “Touch” leak today in a photoshoot and now it’s Operating System, BlackBerry OS 6.1, has leaked as well. The leaked OS is 184.108.40.206 and is compatiable with the Bold Touch 9930 and Torch 2 9850. If you happen to have one of these devices lying around you can load this leaked OS onto it. If you don’t have one of these leaked devices lying around but you do have a BlackBerry 6 device, then the following information may benefit you. Updates to six popular BlackBerry apps have been extracted from this OS and will work with BlackBerry 6 devices. To get the apps to work on your BlackBerry 6 device you will need to install THIS FILE onto your BlackBerry first. The leaked apps include:
- BlackBerry App World v220.127.116.11
- BlackBerry Radio v18.104.22.168
- BlackBerry Podcasts v22.214.171.124
- BlackBerry News v126.96.36.199
- FaceBook for BlackBerry v188.8.131.52
- Visual Voicemail v184.108.40.206
You can check out our source, BBH-Plus, for the downloads of this leaked OS and they are the host for all the leaked app downloads as well. This is certainly good news for what’s coming up this year in BlackBerry. I know I can’t wait till May when BlackBerry World comes along and these devices and apps get officially announced. One last note, keep in mind that all these files are leaked an unofficial. You are installing these at your own risk and we can’t be held responsible for any damages you may incur due to downloading.
12:49 pm on Jan 20, 2010 |
Slowly we are seeing carriers releasing OS 5.0 for older devices like the 8300 series and the storm series wich is excellent seeing we were told that OS 5.0 was to show up in 2009 but I guess now is better then never. But amugst all of this 5.0 rollout they have not forgotten to release updates for us native OS 5.0 users, today Vodafone UK has released os 220.127.116.116 for the BlackBerry storm2. If your a Vodafone users you can head over to their site to get your upgraded OS.