Updating blackberry bold software
Before moving to further process, you should have everything you need to perform the installation by now. Only backup your calendar, service books, contact list, and contacts because if you are backing up other settings from the old device, when you load them onto the new OS, the extra old settings might not compatible with the new OS. To be sure that your phone is wiped clean, click “wipe device” again, the program will perform the same wiping process like the first time you did.
So if you don't have a windows PC, borrow your mom's, neighbor's, friend's whatever.
QNX Neutrino (2001) has been ported to a number of platforms and now runs on practically any modern CPU that is used in the embedded market.
This includes the Power PC, x86 family, MIPS, SH-4, and the closely inter-related family of ARM, Strong ARM and XScale CPUs.
Toward the end of the 1990s, the company (now called QNX Software Systems) began work on a new version of QNX, designed from the ground up to be SMP capable, and to support all current POSIX APIs and any new POSIX APIs that could be anticipated while still retaining the microkernel architecture. Along with the Neutrino kernel, QNX Software Systems became a founding member of the Eclipse consortium.
The company released a suite of Eclipse plug-ins packaged with the Eclipse workbench in 2002 under the name QNX Momentics Tool Suite.