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    654321ROD, do you know what the sim card .cod files are maybe I try keeping the files from the .78 OS and use them with .141?
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    SIM Capability COD

    Quote Originally Posted by ktaliana View Post
    654321ROD, do you know what the sim card .cod files are maybe I try keeping the files from the .78 OS and use them with .141?
    If you get hold of Storm Shrink and run it you should see in the right column (to be kept ) a reference to SIM card capability and if not , move it there from the to be removed column and then shrink again. This will reinstall SIM capability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 654321ROD View Post
    If you get hold of Storm Shrink and run it you should see in the right column (to be kept ) a reference to SIM card capability and if not , move it there from the to be removed column and then shrink again. This will reinstall SIM capability.
    Thanks, I will try that later on today and let you know how it goes.

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    9500 SIM error...

    Since you have already tried a lot of ways... you can try this out too:

    - Perform a full Backup...
    - Wipe the phone... it is very easy....You can use this program: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/3...nife-beta.html
    - Install the leaked 4.7.0.151 OS
    - Copy Shrink-A-OS
    (unzip the RAR file and put the EXE into your current OS folder (most probably: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9500-v4.7.0.151_P4.0.0.186)

    - Use Shrink-A-OS to shrink your OS also check/tick the SIM capabilities option

    - Go to the APPLOADER folder (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader)
    - Make sure there are no files named Vendor.xml
    - Use the Loader.exe to load the OS to your phone

    - After the OS gets installed succsessfully to your phone... do 3 60 sec battery pulls
    - Restore the backed up data

    Now your phone should work well... without issues...
    Please let me know what happens.



    Quote Originally Posted by ktaliana View Post
    Thanks, I will try that later on today and let you know how it goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel View Post
    Since you have already tried a lot of ways... you can try this out too:

    - Perform a full Backup...
    - Wipe the phone... it is very easy....You can use this program: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/3...nife-beta.html
    - Install the leaked 4.7.0.151 OS
    - Copy Shrink-A-OS
    (unzip the RAR file and put the EXE into your current OS folder (most probably: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9500-v4.7.0.151_P4.0.0.186)

    - Use Shrink-A-OS to shrink your OS also check/tick the SIM capabilities option

    - Go to the APPLOADER folder (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader)
    - Make sure there are no files named Vendor.xml
    - Use the Loader.exe to load the OS to your phone

    - After the OS gets installed succsessfully to your phone... do 3 60 sec battery pulls
    - Restore the backed up data

    Now your phone should work well... without issues...
    Please let me know what happens.
    Thanks for your tips gabriel, however this still gave me the invalid sim error. Just to be sure I followed the right procedure, should I wait for the phone to boot before I do the first battery pull and in between the remaining two battery pulls? Or does it not make any difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktaliana View Post
    Thanks for your tips gabriel, however this still gave me the invalid sim error. Just to be sure I followed the right procedure, should I wait for the phone to boot before I do the first battery pull and in between the remaining two battery pulls? Or does it not make any difference?
    Let it boot up completely to homescreen before pulling battery again

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    Quote Originally Posted by olta777 View Post
    Let it boot up completely to homescreen before pulling battery again
    Thanks olta777, that's exactly what I did so I still have the same problem I am now going to try using the .141 OS with some other older radios. The only problem is that Storm Shrink is not downloading the OMADRM version of the radio even though I have 9500 selected. It always downloads rim0x04001404.sfi instead of rim0x06001404OMADRM.sfi. Renaming the radio file does not work. The loader will not recognise the file and will not offer it as an upgrade/downgrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktaliana View Post
    Thanks olta777, that's exactly what I did so I still have the same problem I am now going to try using the .141 OS with some other older radios. The only problem is that Storm Shrink is not downloading the OMADRM version of the radio even though I have 9500 selected. It always downloads rim0x04001404.sfi instead of rim0x06001404OMADRM.sfi. Renaming the radio file does not work. The loader will not recognise the file and will not offer it as an upgrade/downgrade.
    Yeah, I think it works for 9530 only...I may be wrong though...but you can manually copy the sfi file of the desired radio, it would just add the hassle of installing the OS, copying radio, then uninstalling it....

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