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Data charges may apply to use certain features or to download content and applications over the wireless network. Please check with your service provider for availability, costs and restrictions. Check with your service provider for availability, costs and restrictions Donny is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Black Berry and Former Editor-in-Chief for the Inside Black Berry blogs.By the end of 2016, over 430 million smartphones were sold with 81.7 percent running Android, 17.9 percent running i OS, 0.3 percent running Windows Mobile and the other OSes cover 0.1 percent.Android alone is more popular than the popular desktop operating system Windows, and in general smartphone use (even without tablets) outnumber desktop use (desktop use, web use, overall is down to 44.9% in the first quarter of 2017).Since I want to downgrade to 188.8.131.52, I would need to uninstall all the versions that came after. To do this, go to your start menu and then go to your control panel.Then find "Uninstall Program" (I'm using Vista, for XP it is "Add or Remove Programs").