Updating blackberry curve firmware
You can find the latest version on the Black Berry Device Software site.
With Black Berry announcing the availability of its newest Black Berry OS 10 version 10.3.2, you may be looking for methods to keep your device updated with the latest software.
Manufacturers frequently release software updates to fix bugs, improve reliability and add functionality.
Historically this would have involved being without your phone for 2-3 weeks or more while you sent your phone back to the manufacturers service centre.
For the uninitiated, Black Berry offers three different methods of updating your device software; using the Blackberry 10 device, Black Berry Link and a web browser on Windows PC.
The following is an overview of each of the methods to help you update your device with the latest version of Black Berry 10.
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After the application is installed to the target phone (the phone you want to monitor) information is sent to either your email or cell phone or online web account (provided free of charge) which ever you entered during installation.
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Black Berry have recently released several completely new features onto some of their handsets through the Software Device Update.
To see what’s been added recently, take a look at the features chart on the Black Berry Website. If you already have Black Berry Desktop Manager installed, you’ll need to use the Application Loader to upload the new firmware to your handset.
If you haven’t installed it already you can download it free of charge from the Black Berry Website.
You’ll also need to check for the latest version of available firmware and download it from Black Berry.