I have switched my unlocked 8700c to Tmobile and would like to load the TM OS, I have searched and cannot find out how to do it or where to download the os.
Any reason you're loading the TMO OS? It's not needed at all to use the 8700c with TMO. If you're trying to re-brand your device you'll still have the Cingular splash screen (not to mention the Cingular logo on the housing) even with the TMO OS loaded. If you just want the TMO theme, you can load it apart from the OS.
Thanks for asking, actually it didn't go when I choose the OS in the application loader I get "No additional applications for your device was were found"
I mainly want the Tmobile Zen theme and the settings to migrate so I can get Edge.
Did you remember to delete vendor.xml from "c:\program files\common files\research in motion\apploader"? (yes, I know that path by heart).
Also, Updating to the latest firmware seems to improve things on the device, since T-Mo keeps updating their network information in there, according to an engineer I spoke with. He actually recommended we get all our devices updated. Made me feel justified in having started that process over a year ago.
It doesn't record video. Get over it.
I think that did it! The application is loading right now!Originally Posted by BBWrangler
I did have problems with my PIN still with Cingular but with the help of a T-Mobile rep and RIM we have the email working.............now I can tweak!
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Thanks, I was having one of those "moments"Originally Posted by StaceyRVC
But it seems like I am up to full speed now! My next adventure will be to sync my BB to my office computer using Winder remote desktop......if it can be done.
is there a way to remove the Tmobile splash screen. I have the 8700c cingular and im using it with tmobile but would like to get rid of the cingular splash screen logo.
Updating to any OS that has bug fixes that meet your needs is a good idea. The carrier branding doesn't matter with respect to the model of your Blackberry (though you do need to make sure you load a GSM Blackberry OS on a GSM Blackberry, for example).