Your carrier may ask you to login to download the software, so you might need to create an online account if you haven't already done so.Once logged in, locate the system upgrades section, check to see if there's an OS version that's more recent than the one you're currently running, and if so, download and save it to your PC's desktop.To check which version of Desktop Manager you currently have, you should launch the program via Windows Start menu Desktop Manager.Then click the Help tab on the main screen and choose About Black Berry Desktop Manager.
The Install Shield Wizard for Black Berry will then appear.
After you've prepared for the changes that come along with a new Black Berry OS, you'll want to begin the installation process.
First, close all related applications and services on your PC and launch the file.
And it's worth noting that applications are meant to run on specific OS version so they may not work at all after you upgrade.
The Freedom Universal Bluetooth Keyboard, which I reviewed for Crack Berry in May, functions along with an application that will only work on Black Berry OS v4.0 through v4.2.