188.8.131.52 (more accurate
184.108.40.206 (more accurate
What I did is I did a full wipe then reinstalled (download BBSAK at BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife this is a bit of software that can fully wipe your Blackberry, make sure to make a backup first!).When wipe is done, your device will give a white screen and a 404 or 505 error. This is fine, just hook it up to you desktop manager and install OS of your liking.I had the same problem, and lost my complete list of contacts. If it still gives the error, all I can advise is to install a different OS. Keep in mind that Mobilicity is ussualy an Asian language pack, I would try an OS from a different operator / carrier. This depends on what country your from and what languages you want to use.Hope it helps, if you need any help please let us know.
thx for your prompt reply.
i have wiped it off before instalation.
maybe I will go back to 220.127.116.110. Do you know what the differences are anyway.
bty I got the 507 error
I used the 18.104.22.1680 too for my 9700. I have o say that I stopped seeing whats new 3 or 4 updates before that one.
The 507 should be when you wiped it am I right? Then reload the OS of your choise.
I didn't have any problems with build 600 so I hope you wont either.
yes 507 after i wipe it off
i will try the 600 it should work because i had it before starting this "adventure" of upgrading to 650
A couple things. I have heard that downgrading Desktop Manager back to v6.0 can help.
Also, there is a trick you can do to load the .650 OS. If you know that your device will recognize the .600 OS folder in app loader you can do this...
1 - Download and install both OS .600 and .650 to your computer.
2 - Delete all files in the .600 folder (Find OS folders by going to... C:/Program Files(x86)/Common Files/Research in Motion/Shared/Loader Files).
3 - Copy all files from the .650 folder and paste them into the .600 folder.
4 - Now uninstall the .650 OS from your computer because the .650 files are now in the .600 folder.
5 - Now open up the App Loader and install the .600 OS which is really the .650 OS in disguise.
Just a way to trick your computer so it can install the OS it would not recognize before.
It didn't work.
i am not 100% but if you look at the files also directories that they create after instalations the 650 is much smaller.
MAybe indeed it does't contain the files for the device....
anyway i finally succeed to get back ob the track and istall the back the 600.....
i had to uninstall the destop s/w also