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  Reply # 875189 10-Aug-2013 19:35
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Try using BlackBerry Link to reload os?

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  Reply # 875195 10-Aug-2013 19:56
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Why is this software release 10.1.0.4181 but BlackBerry Blog says it should be 10.1.0.4537?

Or have I just received an intermediary release?






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4181 is the software release number, where the os version is 4633



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freitasm: Actually it just finished. Two and half hours!



You must have a lot of data to be reindex?

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  Reply # 875206 10-Aug-2013 20:40
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freitasm: Why is this software release 10.1.0.4181 but BlackBerry Blog says it should be 10.1.0.4537?

Or have I just received an intermediary release?
4181 came available a few weeks back. I've had it for a while, and yes it took a long time for me to install too. About an hour IIRC. I assume that 4537 is a new one since then and hasn't made its way to the region yet.

Edit: Or I'm confused about OS vs software version numbers as well...This is about when I got it.

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zocster: Not to forget, BIS addition is no longer required, so in theory, a prepay card can drive it.


Am i dreaming!?! been waiting for this for ages
wouldnt that lower the security of Blackberries? Considering everything will now get ported to the teleco's?






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BinaryLimited:
zocster: Not to forget, BIS addition is no longer required, so in theory, a prepay card can drive it.


Am i dreaming!?! been waiting for this for ages
wouldnt that lower the security of Blackberries? Considering everything will now get ported to the teleco's?


No, they just won the dod contract as per news on the main page.

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zocster:
BinaryLimited:
zocster: Not to forget, BIS addition is no longer required, so in theory, a prepay card can drive it.


Am i dreaming!?! been waiting for this for ages
wouldnt that lower the security of Blackberries? Considering everything will now get ported to the teleco's?


No, they just won the dod contract as per news on the main page.


Yeah saw that the other day thats also why i asked.
If BIS is being cancelled, will BES still be enforced or an option?






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BinaryLimited:
zocster:
BinaryLimited:
zocster: Not to forget, BIS addition is no longer required, so in theory, a prepay card can drive it.


Am i dreaming!?! been waiting for this for ages
wouldnt that lower the security of Blackberries? Considering everything will now get ported to the teleco's?


No, they just won the dod contract as per news on the main page.


Yeah saw that the other day thats also why i asked.
If BIS is being cancelled, will BES still be enforced or an option?


Bes is optional

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zocster:
BinaryLimited:
zocster:
BinaryLimited:
zocster: Not to forget, BIS addition is no longer required, so in theory, a prepay card can drive it.


Am i dreaming!?! been waiting for this for ages
wouldnt that lower the security of Blackberries? Considering everything will now get ported to the teleco's?


No, they just won the dod contract as per news on the main page.


Yeah saw that the other day thats also why i asked.
If BIS is being cancelled, will BES still be enforced or an option?


Bes is optional


Finally there is light at the end of the tunnel! such great news....big blackberry fan here.






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  Reply # 875239 10-Aug-2013 22:07
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Same here. Pretty sure I have owned every single BlackBerry since 7xxx series.

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  Reply # 875246 10-Aug-2013 22:44
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zocster:
freitasm: Actually it just finished. Two and half hours!



You must have a lot of data to be reindex?


There are not photos, no music, no videos. Five apps installed. One Exchange account, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook all with two weeks storage.

I would not say this is "a lot of data".






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