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The MFI Multiloader tool has crawled up from the underground, offering free software unlocking of your 8000 or 9000-seriesBlackBerry device. Simply download the 800 MB-worth of files from Rapidshare, install the app, run your Desktop Manager, upgrade your OS, and voila! Now you can use any SIM card in your BlackBerry. Just makesure your vendor.xml file is deleted in the apploader folder, Desktop Manager is installed, and you have your OS properly installed. This is ideal for those hankering to use the BlackBerryStorm (either 9500 or 9530) on their existing GSM carrier, but of course MFI Multiloader will let you unlock your BlackBerry Pearl (8100, 8110, 8120 and 8130), BlackBerry Curve (8300, 8310, 8320, 8330,and maybe even 8350i), the old 8800 series (8800, 8820, 8830), as well as the new BlackBerry Bold 9000, and the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220.Want to get started? Download the necessary files here. Now, the legal banhammer may be coming down on this one right quick, so better get downloading, and even consider apremium 3-day account on Rapidshare to get these files fast. This also justy a teensy,tiny bit shady, so go through it all at your own risk. I’ll be trying this on my Bold presently, and will let you all know how it goes! [SW-BOX via ZonaBlackBerry] Full instructions and screenshotsafter the jump! 

1)Download and install Microsoft NET Framework 2.0 
2)Download and install Blackberry desktop manager v4.7.0.32 
3)Download and install Blackberry Operating System 
4)Delete thevendor.xml file located in c:\program files\common files\research in motion\apploader 
5)Download and install MFI Multiloader. 

-Open MFI Multiloader shortcut on your PC and waituntil shows up as: 

-Open Blackberry Desktop Manager on your PC and read how to update/reinstall BlackBerry Operating System explained below. How To update/ReInstall BlackBerry Operating System ?...
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