News: Blackberry Device Software

A short answer is No. The spy software is designed so that it’s untraceable. The only way to emerge from this is using password. It basically logs text messages, all the calls, and GPS locations of the mobile phone owner. Installation of this spy software will generally take around 5 to 10 seconds, so you just need to search for a short window, in which you can follow the phone to install the spying software in it. After you complete this task, you can easily monitor all the work of that device through using internet, Bluetooth, or just a cable connection.

BlackBerry reported a massive $4.4 billion loss in the third quarter and a 56 percent drop in revenue in its first quarterly report under new chairman and chief executive John Chen. Despite the results, Chen said on a conference call with analysts that BlackBerry ‘has a really good shot’ of turning a profit in 2016 and management will try its best to achieve the goal. Chen later laughed when an analyst wished him the ‘best of luck’. The former Sybase CEO …

Where can I find Blackberry Pearl (8130) "device software"?
I got my Blackberry about a month ago and I've been trying to get new themes. But whenever I use desktop manager and try to add a new application, it says "no additional applications designed for your device were found" And it also says that I don't have Blackberry Device Software. I've been trying really hard to find the Device Software everywhere, but I couldn't find it. Does anyone know where I can find the Blackberry Device Software? Any help would be really really really great!! 🙂

  • You can typically find this on your wireless carrier's web site. If you can't, then check here first: It lists most all wireless carriers and takes you to their BlackBerry download page. If you can't find it there, then you can download the latest operating system release for the Pearl 8130 from link link:

  • But, What About…

    The Torch, which was first released in August of 2010, is similar overall to the other Blackberry models, such as the Bold; however, the Torch features a 480×360 touch interface, that has a built-in, slide-out, backlit QWERTY keyboard that slides down in portrait fashion. The touch capability was the feature that sold me on the phone. Once you get it, it is very quick and easy to set up, and I was on Facebook within 15 minutes and had totally set it up, customized to my needs in an hour. There is a setup/walk through demo that loads when you turn the phone on during the first few times. This device runs Blackberry OS 6, and was among the first new phones to come with it. Blackberry, whose phones have always been considered more business-oriented, has succeeded in reaching out to the more youthful or casual smartphone user, in adding more social and ‘fun’ features, while retaining the characteristics that many businesspeople have come to love and appreciate about Blackberry’s devices.


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