Research in Motion has pushed out new software to correct a problem that left some BlackBerry users high and dry Tuesday.
A new version of BlackBerry Messenger is available that apparently
In a statement provided to Computerworld, RIM said the "root cause is currently under review, but based on preliminary analysis, it currently appears that the issue stemmed from a flaw in two recently released versions of BlackBerry Messenger (versions 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199) that caused an unanticipated database issue within the BlackBerry infrastructure. RIM has taken corrective action to restore service."
BlackBerry Messenger version 188.8.131.52 is the one to install if you're currently running either version described above, and that should be available through the phone's browser or in BlackBerry App World. Tuesday's outage follows
By Tom Krazit