Verizon Pushes Firmware Update for BlackBerry Storm
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Dec 5, 2008, 2:36 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Dec 5, 2008, 3:39 PM
Today Verizon Wireless made the first firmware update available for the BlackBerry Storm 9530. The update is available through Verizon Wireless's Web site support pages, as well as the BlackBerry Desktop Software. Verizon will also push an over-the-air update to the Storm beginning at 9:30 PM Pacific Standard Time on Friday, December 4. Verizon did not say what the firmware update fixes nor if it adds any new features to the Storm.
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So will PS redo or edit their review to reflect the new software?
Other phones that have seen major improvements with firmware upgrades that we haven't re-reviewed: iPhone, iPhone 3G, any WinMo phone u...
I'm sure the ten people who didn't return theirs will appreciate this!
Up until the Storm, Blackberries were professional-grade devices centered around reliability and efficiency. Now they're just cheap toys sitting in the shadow of the iPhone and G1. (Don't believe me? Why else would RIM develop something so far outside of their core competency when they couldn't get it right?)
Why on earth didn't they just delay this device a month? I returned mine last week after bitter frustration. I expect half-baked devices from HTC, not RIM. This device had such obvious flaws (not-finger-friendly UI
a. you are an iPhone fanboy
b. you dislike verizon
c. you have at&t and may even work for them
THUS, your opinion means little here.
They should have renamed the Storm to...
So, with the update ... is it better?
So, not really caring about any of all that whining and dirt kicking ... can someone say what the fix provided? Is the phone better now? Are there still painful issues? I'm thinking about getting this phone maybe in January or February after everything settles down and would like to know if it's getting better. I've never used a Blackberry before so I don't have anything to compare it to except for my reliable LG VX8600 and my IPod touch (which yes, isn't a phone, but it's as cl...
I came here hoping to read the answer to that question, but managed to only find 30+ posts of a pissing contest over "they should never have released it" / "serves you right for not waiting" / "my cell phone company
judging by some of the posts
(ref. FEMA and Hurricane jokes)
Instead of all this garbage talk....
Why doesn't someone actually post something that states how the storm is running now with the new OS version. This would be more useful that your useless opinions on whether you like or dislike the storm.
Accelerometer seems too touchy after .75 update
Now, for me at least, the accelerometer wants to flip with every little twitch of the device.
Anyone else having this issue? Any ideas on how to fix?
VZW update overwrites the leaked update
In the end, it overwrote the leaked version with the official version, even though they both versions end in .75
Anyone else experience this?
I think the leaked version is 184.108.40.206.107 and the "official" version is just 220.127.116.11
Unknown if there are ...