How to access new BlackBerry 4.1.5 (SP5) features on BlackBerry Device?

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Last Modified: 2008-07-14
I just installed Service Pack 5 for the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, and rebooted.

I have wiped my handheld and also recreated my account on the BES and still the new features don't showup on my phone.

The features appear to be enabled (as they are set to True), the ones I could locate anyway, on the server.

How do I get the new features to work as descibed on BlackBerry's website http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/server/new_v4-1_sp5.jsp

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Expert Comment

ID: 21872132
Did you do an OS upgrade on your BB?

from the link you provided:
¹Requires v4.5 or higher handheld software

Author Comment

ID: 21873805
Actaully no I didn't, I don't see where it talks about that.

Is there a link you can post to where/how to do this upgrade?


Expert Comment

ID: 21873888
You typically need to download the software from your carrier's site (e.g. www.verizonwireless.com).
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Author Comment

ID: 21878473
I downloaded and installed the updated software on the BlackBerry 8130 phone I have, and I still don't see any Free/Busy option when I try to add a new appointment in on the phone.

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onlinetyler earned 1200 total points
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    A lot of the new features require the BlackBerry OS version 4.5 and above.  This upgrade for the device has not been release yet for most manufactures.  Look soon for an update from your carrier for the phone.

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ID: 21997398
OK, thanks!

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