Leaked: BlackBerry Bold 9700 OS 6.0.0.461

Leaked: BlackBerry Bold 9700 OS 6.0.0.461

It wasn’t too long ago that we saw OS 6.0.0.448 drop for the BlackBerry Bold 9700. As usual, there were some bugs that kept users hoping for a newer build. Luckily, today OS 6.0.0.461 has dropped for the masses. No word on the its changelog, but we imagine it to be better than any previous build.

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