OS 7.1 for the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Torch 9810 Now Available from T-Mobile

bb7 image1 1 300x166 OS 7.1 for the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Torch 9810 Now Available from T Mobile

 

Here is a late night treat for all of you T-Mobile users rocking a BlackBerry Bold 9900 or BlackBerry Torch 9810. OS 7.1 has been officially rolled out to your devices.  Here is what the new update has to offer!

The new BlackBerry OS 7.1 has the following features.

  • Wi-Fi Calling: Allows you to make calls over a Wi-Fi network. Does not support handoffs to cell network, so calls will drop when you leave the Wi-Fi coverage.
  • Mobile HotSpot/USB tethering: Allows you to connect up to five devices to the internet through your BlackBerry device.
  • Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS): A personalized emergency alert system designed to alert people of nearby threats or emergencies.
  • BBM Music: A new feature that lets you download 50 tracks when you sign up and up to 25 tracks per month.
  • Bing search: Device searches also uses Bing to provide additional search results.
  • BlackBerry Device Analyzer: Lets you perform diagnostic tests to check for errors or issues, which can help you resolve device problems without having to call Customer Care. Check out theWhat is the BlackBerry Device Analyzer to learn more.

 

To update your device fire up Desktop Manager or check for the update on your device. Feel free to grab the install files for OS 7.1.0.348 down below.  Let us know in the comment section how you like it!

Download OS 7.1.0.284 for the BlackBerry Bold 9900

Download OS 7.1.0.284 for the BlackBerry Torch 9810

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2 Comments

  1. KeNNethX says:

    .284 for the 9810 is a horrible build! I used the beta version of it and it has a giant memory leak.

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