The National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) is a United States government initiative to meet information technology security requirements.
Black Berry 10 devices (Black Berry 10 OS version 10.3.3 and later) support NIAP Common Criteria functionality. Black Berry® and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of Black Berry Limited and are registered and/or used in the US and countries around the world.
While this is an official release, remember to use caution when updating your device.
If you need help along the way, you can head into our help forums or check out some of our Black Berry 101 articles including How to Install or Upgrade to a new OS.
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Learn how to check the software version and see official versions for the Black Berry Curve 8520.
Note: you will need to use a computer to upgrade your Black Berry OS, as software updates through an Internet connection are not supported by your Black Berry.
Before you download: The Black Berry 10.3.3 software update provides NIAP certification to the Black Berry 10 and adds a number of bug fixes.
If you still want to upgrade to OS 6, there is a good news that Star Hub Ltd. For those of you that want to know the step by step on how to upgrade, here is the guide. This OS version is still an unofficial release so do it at your own risk. Firstly you need to install the Blackberry Desktop Software. Installation of Blackberry OS to the local computer. The Black Berry Desktop Software will detect that there is an update version found in the local computer. Make sure to check the ‘Back up device data’ and fill your email address to get notified a new software update. After several minutes, if there is no problem, the software update is complete.