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If you've got all the necessary tools listed above, the Black Berry OS install process should be a breeze. First things first, you'll want to download the new Black Berry OS and save it to your PC.
To determine what OS version you're currently running, click the Options icon on your Black Berry home screen and select About.
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Installing a New Black Berry OS will return some of your custom settings to the default options and may require you to log back into and unlock certain applications.
For instance, your font family, font style and size will revert to default settings after the OS install, so you may want to go into Options Screen/Keyboard settings to make note of your custom settings.
Next you should ensure that your PC is running the latest version of the Black Berry Desktop Manager, which is v4.5.Research In Motion (RIM) is constantly developing and testing new software and applications for your Black Berry.