Anyone who’s ever loaded a leak on a BlackBerry knows exactly what BBSAK is, but for those that don’t, BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife is literally a software equivalent of said tool, giving you options like back up or restore your applications, load whatever OS you want without having to uninstall the previous OS from your computer, installing or removing .cod’s, creating .jad’s, screenshots, and the list goes on.
One of the biggest requests for missing features however, was for multiple language support. Luckily, the creators listen to their customers, and expanded from English to Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, and Spanish in version 1.9, really covering their bases when it comes to worldwide support. Other than that, there were a few minor bug fixes, so if you don’t really need the language support, you might not need to upgrade.
BBSAK has also officially launched their site, bbsak.org, so if you haven’t already downloaded this tool for your BlackBerry, I highly suggest heading over there now and grabbing a copy.
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Hamilton, Ontario, born and raised. I’m the oldest of two, really into the tech scene. Like my Macbook, Live for my Xbox 360, and LOVE my phones. I work for a large Canadian Telecomm company by day, and a Gizmo Ninja editor by night. I’ve jumped around every mobile OS I can get my hands on, including Symbian, Windows Mobile, WP7, BlackBerry, iOS, Android, etc. Current devices include the HTC Desire Z, HTC Desire HD, Motorola Milestone, HTC HD7, LG Optimus Quantum, and my daily device is my Motorola Atrix.