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    thanks for the explanation was useful

    thanks for the explanation was useful

    Quote Originally Posted by RobinM View Post
    There were 2 different builds of .402 released on the same day.

    The first one was like this one 'nodrm'

    9520_omanodrmjAllLang_PBr5.0.0_rel689_PL4.2.0.182_A5.0.0.428.ex e

    Vodafone handsets require the 'drm' version to install.

    (digital rights management)

    You will find that DM or Loader will not acknowledge this build when you go to install it. As it is a leak and not a vendors official release, deleting the vendor file will have no affect.

    The file you installed .402 with was...

    9520M_PBr5.0.0_rel638_PL4.2.0.171_A5.0.0.402.exe

    See how the 'nodrm' part is not present in the file name?



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    newbie

    blackberry storm 2 9520 vodafone in da house

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingRichard View Post
    No Love for us who own 9520 Vodafone... :Eyecrazy:

    Hope someone will be kind enough to release leak that can work for Vodafone.
    Why wouldnt this work on 9520 for vodafone just delete vendor.xml



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    deleted vendor, still no luck

    Originally Posted by RobinM
    There were 2 different builds of .402 released on the same day.

    The first one was like this one 'nodrm'

    9520_omanodrmjAllLang_PBr5.0.0_rel689_PL4.2.0.182_A5.0.0.428.ex e

    Vodafone handsets require the 'drm' version to install.

    (digital rights management)

    You will find that DM or Loader will not acknowledge this build when you go to install it. As it is a leak and not a vendors official release, deleting the vendor file will have no affect.

    The file you installed .402 with was...

    9520M_PBr5.0.0_rel638_PL4.2.0.171_A5.0.0.402.exe

    See how the 'nodrm' part is not present in the file name?



    Quote Originally Posted by jnepsa View Post
    Why wouldnt this work on 9520 for vodafone just delete vendor.xml

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    That really makes no sense i have run tons of builds released from all carriers the vendor file is what affects that I would try seaching for the vendor.xml on your pc, and additionly try deleting everything reinstall and then reinstalling everything



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    Quote Originally Posted by KingRichard View Post
    No Love for us who own 9520 Vodafone... :Eyecrazy:

    Hope someone will be kind enough to release leak that can work for Vodafone.
    This OS should work just fine on any 9520, regardless of carrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    This OS should work just fine on any 9520, regardless of carrier.
    Hi Sunkast, it doesn´t work regardless of carrier. My carrier is vodafone.

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    DRM has nothing to do with the vendor file. PLUS you only have to delete the vendor file if you are using an official carrier release (because it is bound to that carrier not your own)

    A leak is not bound to any carrier yet, so it makes no difference whether you delete the vendor file or not.

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