Blackberry bold fatal error while updating

08-Jul-2016 17:38

Once Loader opens, you can click Next and then proceed to Step #2.

As you may have noticed, we skip Desktop Manager altogether.

The GOOD NEWS is that this problem likely won't affect you unless you're out and about looking for trouble and you can always fix a Nuked Berry (at least from my experience! You just need to know a couple of little tricks and have 45 minutes of free time…

The fundamental problem with the Nuked Berry scenario is that because the device is stuck in a permanent reboot sequence or loop, when you attach it your computer via USB cable it simply connects and disconnects over and over and over again (you’ll just keep hearing that USB detected/unplugged noise) as the Black Berry turns on/off.

From there I went to AT&T’s website and downloaded and installed OSv4.2.2. With the process I’m going through here, any 3rd party applications you have installed on your Black Berry will be lost.To correct the errors please use a disk error-checking utility on a computer. Step 2 - Format the media card Warning: The following procedures will delete either all data, or all data and applications on the Black Berry smartphone.Back up the data prior to performing the procedure. To me that’s not a bad thing (what’s better than getting a new Black Berry?! Keep in mind that during this process you don’t necessarily have to reload the same version of the OS that’s currently running on your Nuked Black Berry.With the example I’m going through today, I’m actually going to revert to a slightly older operating system.

From there I went to AT&T’s website and downloaded and installed OSv4.2.2. With the process I’m going through here, any 3rd party applications you have installed on your Black Berry will be lost.To correct the errors please use a disk error-checking utility on a computer. Step 2 - Format the media card Warning: The following procedures will delete either all data, or all data and applications on the Black Berry smartphone.Back up the data prior to performing the procedure. To me that’s not a bad thing (what’s better than getting a new Black Berry?! Keep in mind that during this process you don’t necessarily have to reload the same version of the OS that’s currently running on your Nuked Black Berry.With the example I’m going through today, I’m actually going to revert to a slightly older operating system.You have to be fast and the timing is key, so it may take you three or four tries.