Monthly Archives: April 2012
Here is a leak we didnt expect to see, specially for all you Curve 8520 owners we have a leak of OS 126.96.36.1995 for you. No release log but feel free to download using the linnk below and let us know how you find it:
TUTORIAL DOWNGRADE 188.8.131.528 to 184.108.40.20671
Make sure development mode is ON
1. Make sure that your OS is 220.127.116.118 and use Desktop Manager 18.104.22.168 (new update driver from your PB)
2. Extract dingleberry (picture) then run dingleberry.exe
3. You need to run dinglebery for the first time to make the folder firmware appeared (picture) then close it.
4. Open your OS 22.214.171.12471 and extract it, then put in the folder custom (picture)
5. Connect your PlayBook to your PC then Desktop Manager will shown up.
6. Run dingleberry.exe (picture) then click on Firmware Button.
7. The firmware main view will shown up (picture) and make sure USB Information on the rightside is connected.
8. Click on button on the leftside and choose custom (picture)
9. Right button you can select Core OS or Full OS. I selected Core OS
10. Click the Update button below and wait until it finished (dont break any connection).
11. After finished your PlayBook will restart on goes back to 126.96.36.19971 without any notification for updating to 188.8.131.528. Close your Desktop Manager.
Credit to dingleberry
|Software Name:||BlackBerry Handheld Software v184.108.40.2069 (Multilanguage)|
|Download Size:||245 MB|
Here os one for thos of you lucky enough to afford the porsche Design P9981 handset, Mobily have release
an official OS 220.127.116.112 for your handsets, So get downloading from the links below and enjoy some new
options and better battery life.
After a buggy release the Blackberry Facebook Client has now been updated to v18.104.22.168 and is available from
your App World. If you dont see it yet you may need to clear your cache by holding Alt and pressing R S T
Here is a new one, a second leaked OS for a Handset that as yet hasnt been released….wow you might say, how can i use this without the handset you might say, but for all you hybriders out there here is your opportunity to grab the OS 22.214.171.1248 Leak for the Curve 9320, Link below will bring you the goodies:
Its another bumper OS day for Blackberry users out there, OS 126.96.36.1992 has just been leaked for many Handsets, see the links below:
9900 - Multiupload
9900 – BZlink
NFC payments have arrived!
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a low-power radio frequency protocol that can automatically and rapidly set up communications between two mobile devices, as long as they are nearly touching. It’s quick, easy and safe, and it’s rapidly taking over the mobile payments industry!
Small-value NFC payments are now used at restaurants, for booking movies, bus and parking tickets as well as much bigger applications like healthcare, shopping, loyalty, etc. Users simply need to tap their NFC mobile based MasterCard PayPass or Visa payWave virtual cards against the contactless reader at the checkout, and they are ready to go. A growing number of companies are displaying the N-Mark, the universal symbol and touch-point for NFC, on smart posters, tags and media, promotional materials, and websites. The increasing popularity of the N-Mark is now paving its way to software developers and device makers. NFC has certainly announced its arrival! Are you ready?
Look who was there at WIMA Monaco 2012?
About YESpay and its subsidiary YES-wallet.com @ WIMA 2012 in Monaco and its showcase of NFC based solutions:
- YESpay International Limited demonstrated its Mobile StoreManager NFC smartphone application capable of performing PayPass and PayWave MSD contactless transactions via the phone’s NFC interface: Sale and refund PayPass/payWave contactless transactions were demonstrated on the BlackBerry 9900 and Samsung Galaxy II NFC enabled smartphones.
- YES-wallet.com Limited demonstrated the world’s first PayPass and payWave NFC card emulation payments on the BlackBerry 9900 where the virtual card key management and cryptography were performed in the Cloud based Pouch Wallet Server hosted in its PCI-DSS level-1 certified data centers in the UK.
Why NFC for retailers?
- Speed up transaction times and hence increases efficiency. With no signature or PIN required for NFC contactless payments, retailers can process transactions faster and handle more customers in less time
- Increase sales and drive volume as customers need not worry about carrying cash
- Increase customer loyalty through NFC tags based marketing
- Reduce cash handling, thus minimizing cashier errors
What’s in it for customers?
- Improve experience by spending less time queuing at the checkout or counting cash
- Enjoy the convenience of making purchases without worrying about cash
- It’s safe: Maximum reach of 4cm means that they can’t unknowingly pay for another person’s purchase. Contactless payments also offer the added security, as the card never leaves the customer’s hand.
In today’s time when NFC is taking the world by a storm, other big players are racing to flaunt the N-mark on their solutions and devices. Some have recently taken an innovative lead:
- Nokia launched its first NFC enabled Windows phone (Nokia 610) during WIMA at Monaco on April 11, 2012
- The Museum of London has recently teamed up with Nokia to create NFC-enabled apps. Visitors with NFC-enabled devices can learn more about various objects on display, buy tickets for future exhibitions, get vouchers for the museum’s shop and cafés, and Like or follow the museum on various social media platforms.
- Fujifilm, UK plans to exploit the technology for its SmartPix photo kiosks in supermarkets, retail pharmacies, camera shops and other retail outlets. Consumers will be able to tap their NFC-enabled smartphones on photo kiosks to print their digital photos, without having to insert flash memory cards or manually scan for a Bluetooth connection.
- Sony has introduced NFC tag reading and device pairing in the new smartphone.
- Samsung Electronics is gearing up to jump into the mobile-payment market–with plans to offer a payments service from its NFC-enabled smartphones
- Vodafone-branded NFC prepaid payment service will be seen in at least five European countries over the next 12 months.
- Many large telco groups such as Telefónica UK, or O2, are expected to introduce licensed prepaid applications supporting either Visa payWave or MasterCard PayPass when they launch their NFC wallets.
About YES-wallet.com Ltd:
YES-wallet.com provides secure web/mobile wallet & facebook social commerce services. YES-wallet.com’s aim is to speed up mobile and social commerce and add a great deal of convenience to consumer lives. YES-wallet.com‘s unique business proposition is the provision of secure hosted managed
mobile digital wallet service, branded as “Pouch”, which enables multi-channel card payment and loyalty processing in web, mobile, social and physical commerce environments.
YES-wallet.com‘s mission is to provide innovative, secure and exciting web and mobile wallet and social commerce services to customers and partners globally, which will help them speed up their commerce and change customers shopping experience.
Following the success of 188.8.131.52 in Beta Zone we are now seeing the full release 184.108.40.206 released on App World. If you fancy an upgrade then hit App World and hopefully the update will appear, if no hold ‘ALT’ + type ‘RST’ to clear your local cache.
If you’re looking to test out the latest BlackBerry Desktop Software, you’ll find it now available for download in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. Keep in mind, it is only available to North American users though there is no keycode required for installation. The known issues list is long for this one so before you commit to downloading it, make sure you give it a look as it may be something you wish to avoid for now and let those who don’t mind bugs work the kinks out. Also, this is for Windows users only — there is no Mac version offered at this time.
Now available in the UK also