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BlackBerry Torch 9800 OS Found Online

imageWe have a morning present for BlackBerry Torch 9800 users (including myself :)). The CrackBerry team scored OS for the 9800 right after the leak for the 9780. Let us know how the OS is in the comments if you install it!

Download @FileServe

Warning: This OS will not install on any other BlackBerry besides the one mentioned above and is not an official release.If you do not know how to upgrade your BlackBerry OS please start by reading this step by step guide.Don’t forget to delete the vendor.xml file located in c:program files>common files>research in motion>apploader to install it on a different carriers device. Don’t forget our usual warnings: do not download and install these updates if you don’t know what you’re doing. Incorrect procedure or just bad luck could render your BlackBerry inoperative or unstable

11 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. These leaks are just a little to frequent for me. It’s so annoying to have to reload apps and such. Any idea what has improved in this leak? Otherwise I think I’m sticking with what I already have loaded.

  2. My phone is so hot from the uploadijng! 🙂

  3. thank you for the fileserve links

  4. Thanks 🙂

  5. changelog? of course not, lol. Anyone notice any differences?

  6. I just installed .526 🙁

    Took me over a day to reconfigure all my apps with their keys…

    Back to step 1

  7. A change log would be nice, but since these are leaks it’s pretty unlikely.

    If any leakers are reading this, could you leak the changes as well?

  8. yes.. change log will be helpful

    • Here’s a changelog as I have downloaded this OS which was made official by Bell Canada:

      – Take a bunch of pictures and your battery will jump from near full to zero in seconds!
      – Constant freeze-ups!
      – Don’t download it, it is crap (yes, I have the official one and yes it is running on a Bell phone.)

  9. ok time for a new 9650 leak

  10. What would be really nice is if RIM could release some tools (BB Desktop, cough cough) that allowed us to upgrade without having to restore backups that are missing the apps and settings.

    I mean come on, why would it be so hard to include the apps and their settings in the backup?

    But I guess if they figure the playbook doesn’t need a native mail client then we sure don’t need fancy features like full backup and restore!

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