OS Leaked For BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100/9105

| November 2, 2010 | Reply

Seems like the BlackBerry pipe has busted as far as leaks go today.  Fresh on the heels of the OS leak for the BlackBerry 9700, the exact same OS version has been leaked for the BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100/9105.  Wonder how OS 6 will run on this device that comes with 256mb of memory?  We shall see.  Crack open your BlackBerry Desktop Manager and load up this OS and give us some feedback in the comments on how it’s operating for you to include pros and cons.

Pearl 3G 9100/9105 OS

And finally, the third and final OS6 today that we promised! Last, but not least, the typically forgotten Pearl 3G! I am quite curious to see how this OS will run on the Pearl device. Having the same device memory, I expect it to be similar, however each one of these phones is slightly different whether it be processor or dimensions, so only time will tell. If you have one, load this sucker up and let us know!

On a final note, it is certainly nice to see RIM developing for some 256 mb devices. Who knows if any of these OS’s will ever go official and if they do, what carriers will release them. All things considered, I am sure there will be many Storm 2, Tour, and so on and son on users that will be disappointed if their devices never see 6.0.


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*OS Disclaimer – Please Read: Keep in mind this is NOT  an official release and as such is not supported by RIM or your Carrier. If you choose to install, do so at your own risk and only if you’re comfortable in the process of upgrading and downgrading your device software. Driphter.com is not responsible for any loss of data or other issues that may arise during the loading process. Please do not forget to back up your data prior to loading!

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Husband, Stepfather…born and raised in Virginia. My first smartphone was the HTC PPC-6800 on Alltel and I’ve been an avid mobile technology follower ever since. My current 2 devices are the BlackBerry Bold 9650 and the Motorola Droid X on the Verizon network.