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BlackBerry Bold 9900 OS 7.1.0.391 officially released by Rogers Wireless

 

It looks like OS 7.1 has finally arrived for the BlackBerry Bold 9900 officially for Rogers Wireless customers.  This build is OS 7.1.0.391 and can be grabbed over the air by leveraging Wireless Update on your BlackBerry Bold or from the official BlackBerry OS website.  There’s no word on what’s new or stable here, but if you’re not a fan of the leaks, feel free to check it out.  Don’t forget to backup first!

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BlackBerry Bold 9900 OS 7.1.0.391 officially released by Rogers Wireless
Otoniel Bruno
Tue, 08 May 2012 01:59:38 GMT

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