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Bold OS Found Online!!!

Agent 00113 sent in links to OS for the Bold for all of you to enjoy.

You can find it at:

Let us know what you find in the new OS versions in the comments below. Keep the tips coming!

NOTE: Do not install this software if you do not know what you are doing. It may make your BlackBerry FUBAR or just plain angry.

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  1. wow, these betas are coming along quick.


  2. Nice!! Thanks!! 🙂

  3. Can you post on rapidshare please. Thanks

  4. Hey anyone try this beta OS anyone got any comments on it? is it better then .190??

  5. Just installed but seems really close to .190. I did not have to delete the vendor.xml file to install either.

  6. Not sure if this has to do with the os but att navigator has updated with icons and text that are a readable size now for the bold.

  7. how is this compare to .210?

  8. I think this fixed the font issue on the .210.

    not sure though

  9. Anybody notice any improvements from OS v210? The rapid share link’s alot faster for me.. 🙂

  10. browser seems much faster than .210

  11. installed on computer and then open bdm but it doesn’t say update or anything

  12. Ok, I’ll give out what I noticed in this version.
    First of all the fonts are good. No messes.
    2- Speed: The phone is a lot more responsive than the other versions, yes more than .210 The phone takes less than 5 sec to get up to speed where as the older versions .210 and older would take around 10-15 sec.
    3- Picture viewing: Very snappy if I do say so myself. I have folders that contain over 200 pictures and god…it loads so much faster than the previous versions
    4- This one’s an oldie but I didn’t hear it mentioned before. RIM included an OTA upgrade…for reals…I’ll let you BBB DieHard fans find where it is…hehehe
    5- Battery: Sorry but I use my phone to tether most of the time so I can’t give any feedback on that yet.

    Stay tuned for more to come in the next couple days….

  13. It’s ok now … 🙂
    I reinstall this .124 and I connect my Bold without deleting vendor file and everything work fine.
    I don’t know why …
    Maybe because when I install .210 I forget to delete this vendor file ?

  14. How do i manually install the firmware i just recently purchased my Bold from AT&T monday and im running on and platform

  15. and where do you go to delete the vender file??

  16. Hi Jimmie, Give this path a try – C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader, I’ve not needed to remove the vendor file for sometime, so it will be either as above or under the actual firmware path C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader\Shared\{firmware folder}, if both rename the the xmlfile under the Firmware folder and restart the Desktop Manager. The installation of the firmware needs to be done after the install of the Desktop Manager, all that is needed is to run the firmware file, the installer will extract to the correct path.

  17. LAME! stability is cool and all, but with apple adding new features all the time, could we get some app store love… or SOMETHING NEW!?

  18. k after some uninstalling, installing and repairing, still doesn’t work. But for some reason i left the vendor the way it is and installed it, it asked me to update. Finally worked!

  19. Good night.

    Brothers! already left and download the -215, when he published this great webpage? well to read his comments.

    Thank you and blessings to all.

  20. ///Good night.
    Brothers! already left and download the .215, when he published this great webpage? well to read his comments.
    Thank you and blessings to all.///

  21. Don’t need to delete Vendor.xml file any more. Bold firmware handles the vendor information.

  22. How come I cannot download from the link? both the megaupload or the rapidshare? Anyone has another link?

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