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    Default 10.1.0.2354 Autoloader for STL100-2//3/4

    There's already an Autoloader for 10.1.0.2354 STL100-1, but I didn't see one for STL100-2/3/4. So here it is.
    Thanks to Kris for posting info about this, and shomeet.p for getting that info to him.

    This is NOT a leak; 10.1.0.2354 was officially released on some Romanian carrier for STL100-2 (STL100-2 OSes seem to work perfect on STL100-3/4 devices).
    In fact, it is recommended that you use a SIM from that carrier, or Sachup/Sachibar to load this OS yourself if you want it (If you use Sachup make sure to check for the STL100-2 and set the mode to Update, not Debrick, if you do not want to have to reload your data). One of the benefits of that is that it is a non-destructive load if you do it that way, which means you probably won't lose your data.

    To get it with Sachup, use the carrier and country settings MNC 226 and MCC 010. Sachup/Sachibar is located at Sachup: Firmware Grabber.

    I have not tested this autoloader, as I opted to use Sachup. However, there is no reason it shouldn't work fine.
    That being said, if you want to load it with an Autoloader, you can download it from Mega at the link below.

    Before loading, please check if there is a newer version available: The All Encompassing Beta/Leak OS Thread

    As always, it is recommended that you backup with BlackBerry Link. This WILL WIPE YOUR APP AND SETTINGS DATA!

    To use: simply download, unzip, and run.

    Specs:
    OS version: 10.1.0.2354
    Radio: 10.1.0.2355
    Browser: 10.1.0.70
    Kernel: 5.6.2.44391
    Webkt: 10.1.0.3220

    CrackBerry and I (and anyone else) are not responsible for anything you do with this file; by downloading it, you are assenting to the fullest release of liability applicable in your jurisdiction and agreeing to hold harmless all persons involved.


    Using Sachup/Sachibar:
    1. Download Sachup from Sachup: Firmware Grabber.
    2. Change Country to 226
    3. Change Variant to STL100-2 (unless you have a STL100-1)
    3.5 (optional). Change Mode to Update (if you do not want to wipe your data)
    4. Click "Download All"
    5. When all files are downloaded, launch Sachibar
    6. Enable Development Mode on your BlackBerry
    7. On your PC, highlight all downloaded .bars and drop them into Sachibar
    8. Let it load.

    FAQ/Thread Summary:

    Is this better than 10.1.0.2342?
    It seems to be; users have reported quicker speed. As of this posting, its too early to gauge battery life. Apparently, 2342 failed internal testing (10.1.0.2354 Autoloader for STL100-2//3/4)

    Sachup is listing the OS as 10.1.0.2312; is that correct?
    Yes, that's the carrier version number. See http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...rsions-812290/

    My BlackBerry is stuck on 100% after installing the update?
    The first boot takes a long time; if it's been on 100% for more than 10 minutes, do a battery pull.

    I don't like Google Drive or Mega, can I download it as a Torrent?
    Yes, thanks to Thurask: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...68.TPB.torrent

    My MMS aren't working, or I'm not getting a 4G icon!
    This isn't a bug related to the autoloader. It's an OS caused bug, and can be fixed by backing up, doing a security wipe, and reloading your data.

    There's no boot time in About?
    This is a known bug in 10.1 OSes.
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    And go

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    ...and I just went outside to make bbq. umph


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    I used Sachibar - my impression after shutting down, removing battery, pressing power button to discharge the mainboard, the reinserting the battery and rebooting is just fast. Very fast.

    Blazing fast - there is no other way to describe it.

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    any major differences between this and 2342?
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    [QUOTE=In fact, it is recommended that you use a SIM from that carrier, or Sachup to load this OS yourself if you want it. One of the benefits of that is that it is a non-destructive load if you do it that way, which means you probably won't lose your data.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks for the great effort on behalf of all of us and, Just checking - there should be no issue doing this the [old-fashioned way] by autoloading the OS followed by a security wipe (I usually do that and then just restore my apps from the BB Store
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    This time I'll be waiting on some reviews just saying that because I'm at work at this moment, and that sucks, anyway thank you for sharing

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    Thanks shane


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    Quote Originally Posted by tlegend2012 View Post
    any major differences between this and 2342?
    Fast, very fast is the major one. I will test battery drain as I sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docfreed View Post
    Thanks for the great effort on behalf of all of us and, Just checking - there should be no issue doing this the [old-fashioned way] by autoloading the OS followed by a security wipe (I usually do that and then just restore my apps from the BB Store
    Shouldn't be any issues doing it that way over using Sachup.
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    2342 was a failed OS from inside BlackBerry testing they built 2354 to fix it's issues

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    Just came from 2342... battery was not so good...reverted Bak to 1880...probably da best battery life out of all da leaks...might try dis one...

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    Thank you, thank you! 2342 was horrible for my battery, so I cannot wait to load this up.
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    Beat me too it lol

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    Good things come to those who wait-- I hope.

    This will be my first ever load using Sachup-Sachibar.

    Glad I stuck with 1880 until now.

    Thanks, Kris and SCrid2000!

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    Download hauling ****! Been running 1880 ready for a new leak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wigley458 View Post
    Beat me too it lol

    Posted with my awesome z10 on cb10, my Channel pin C000B3B57
    Lol, would've had it up sooner but my Wifi cut out a few times
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    When using the autoloader I keep getting an error when the program attempts to write to the ram. It will restart my phone but the old os remains...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zilla0617 View Post
    When using the autoloader I keep getting an error when the program attempts to write to the ram. It will restart my phone but the old os remains...
    Same here.
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    And here. Two error codes, but it failed to write. Still at 2342.
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    Can someone quickly mash this up with Q10 radio ?
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    would someone care to explain how to install this update using sachup?
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    I actually tried this using sachibar rather than autoload and it didn't work right on my STL100-3 on Rogers, MMS stopped working like a previous build and I had 4GLTE and 3G signals .. Not sure if an autoload would act differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saied Bach View Post
    would someone care to explain how to install this update using sachup?
    Just grab the two os bar files using sachup in debrick mode and then drag and drop them into sachibar with your phone plugged in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DetlevCM View Post
    I used Sachibar - my impression after shutting down, removing battery, pressing power button to discharge the mainboard, the reinserting the battery and rebooting is just fast. Very fast.

    Blazing fast - there is no other way to describe it.

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    When pulling the battery, I don't usually power off first, I just whip it out. Is that bad practice?
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