Updating java on blackberry

18 Mar

=== === === Most new Black Berries (running Black Berry smartphone software 4.2.1 or newer) can run Java midlet applications (and are JSR-82 compliant).

Read the related FAQ on using the GS-911Verifier, to test whether your device is JSR-82 compliant: How will I know whether it will work on my mobile phone?

Note: Java Runtime Environment version 7 is not supported on Black Berry Enterprise Service 10 version 10.0.

If there are requirements to upgrade to Java Runtime Environment version 7 then upgrade to Black Berry Enterprise Service 10 version 10.1 or later.

The installation path no longer needs to be modified during the Java installation.

- bottom line: just use the Blackberry app in stead of the ordinary . You can download this or send it to your phone using the GS-911downloader.Note: If upgrading to a version for the Java Runtime Environment 7 which is higher than the version included in the most recent maintenance release, then it is advised to install the latest maintenance release before manually upgrading to the higher version of the Java Runtime Environment.Black Berry Enterprise Server 5.0 SP4 MR7 and later utilize the 32-bit version of the Java Runtime Environment version 7 software.Upgrading the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on the Black Berry Enterprise Server can affect five services: the Black Berry Administration Service - Application Server, the Black Berry Administration Service - Native Node Container, the Black Berry Mobile Data System Connection Service, the Black Berry Instant Messaging Connector, and the Black Berry Monitoring Console.Warning: The following procedure involves modifying the computer registry.