Patches over at CB says sometimes your 3rd party backup file can sometimes become corrupt.
He suggests a handheld wipe, back up your data only and then re/re all your apps one at a time.
But I second that you need to fine tune which apps you really need to keep on your device for daily use
Bellshare - Premium Blackberry Apps
Delete any OS's off your PC except the one you want to install
delete the vendor file
Once your phone is done wiping launch loader and install
Yes once your phone is done loading the new OS it should show
184.108.40.206 --- 220.127.116.11 if you installed V6 .148
then go to to
options>advanced>applications? hit your bb button and select modules then scroll down you you should see some 5.0 modules
Last edited by Bryan; 05-28-2009 at 05:43 PM.
This has been working perfectly for me. Memory boots up at around 56, and sits idle after a day of normal usage at 46.1. My apps are weatherbug, pandora, quickpull, iheartradio, google maps, airtrafficcontrol and the BB app store. This has been the best hybrid, and in that case, the best OS I've had.
I'm using the .148 radio, and never really tried .90 due to all the negative things people say about it. Why mess with success when I'm perfectly happy with .148?
Another thing I'd like to throw in is that I always do a full wipe and a full reinstall of all apps. I think this helps minimize a lot of issues people have, and if you can stand to do it every time, I highly suggest it.
Two thumbs up and five stars for v6.
Great work again, BBCM, and thank you!