my vista 64 is not liking that 3.5 network. I'll just deal with battery lost and memory brain. One battery change every other day seems to do the trick. thanks reguardless.
actually, download .132 or .109 and install either one of your choosing, and make sure you have .148 installed too. Follow this path CProgram Files (x86)>Common Files>Research In Motion>Shared>Loader. Here you should see .148 and .132/.109 (which ever you choose) alond with other files that may be in there. In each of those files there is a "CDMA" File which houses the radio (sfi) file. And the "Java" file which houses the .cod files (also referred as java files). Another way to swap radios with out a program, the good ole way, is to copy the Radio (sfi) file either from .132/.109 and then paste into the .148 "CDMA" file, and choose to replace. Hope i didnt lose you and sorry i took me this long for a response, i hope i catch you on