Welcome to the CrackBerry Forums Create Your Account or Ask a Question Answers in 5 minutes - no registration required!
Results 1 to 22 of 22
Like Tree16Likes
  • 2 Post By Peevish
  • 3 Post By SubCamp
  • 5 Post By Peevish
  • 2 Post By walter_sobchak
  • 11 Post By DarcyTallGuy
  • 1 Post By SubCamp
  • 1 Post By Peevish
  • 1 Post By Zeridialous
  1. JPushkarH's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    42 Posts
    Thread AuthorThread Author #1

    Default Dev Alpha C: How to Update OS?

    My DAC never auto updates over the air .. is any solution ? I am using standard OS.
  2. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    CrackBerry Genius of Geniuses

    Posts
    8,642 Posts
    Global Posts
    9,250 Global Posts
    PIN
    2C1A0A66
    #2

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by JPushkarH View Post
    My DAC never auto updates over the air .. is any solution ? I am using standard OS.
    thread title says leaked OS, your post says standard OS, which one is it?
  3. yohannyphm's Avatar
    CrackBerry Master

    Posts
    1,040 Posts
    Global Posts
    1,054 Global Posts
    #3

    Default

    Nice see you around Chris, glad your are here to help

    Posted from my flagship Z30 10.2.1.3175/3140
  4. gpompeus's Avatar
    CrackBerry Abuser

    Posts
    478 Posts
    #4

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Kris Simundson View Post
    thread title says leaked OS, your post says standard OS, which one is it?
    Ohhh the Holy one has arrived..... on my knees bowing down... Lol

    Posted via CB10
  5. yohannyphm's Avatar
    CrackBerry Master

    Posts
    1,040 Posts
    Global Posts
    1,054 Global Posts
    #5

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by gpompeus View Post
    Ohhh the Holy one has arrived..... on my knees bowing down... Lol

    Posted via CB10
    Glad to see you around too, any suggestions to the OP?

    Posted from my flagship Z30 10.2.1.3175/3140
  6. Peevish's Avatar
    Banned

    Posts
    2,503 Posts
    Global Posts
    2,504 Global Posts
    PIN
    Ask nicely
    #6

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Kris Simundson View Post
    thread title says leaked OS, your post says standard OS, which one is it?
    It's both.

    Posted via CB10
    SubCamp and Kris Simundson like this.
  7. SubCamp's Avatar
    CrackBerry Master

    Posts
    1,254 Posts
    Global Posts
    1,273 Global Posts
    #7

    Default

    I saw leaked OS and I was like :O:O

    Posted via CB10 C000DAC91
  8. Peevish's Avatar
    Banned

    Posts
    2,503 Posts
    Global Posts
    2,504 Global Posts
    PIN
    Ask nicely
    #8

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SubCamp View Post
    I saw leaked OS and I was like :O:O

    Posted via CB10 C000DAC91
    And then? Don't leave us hanging.

    Posted via CB10
  9. walter_sobchak's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    39 Posts
    #9

    Default

    DAC? Digital to analog converter? Wtf are you talking about and what does that have to do with a leaked or any kind of OS? I'm sorry. I don't get it.
    Umaima_B_Dia and 1magine like this.
  10. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    CrackBerry Addict

    Posts
    803 Posts
    Global Posts
    804 Global Posts
    #10

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by JPushkarH View Post
    My DAC never auto updates over the air .. is any solution ? I am using standard OS.
    Each phone has a hardware ID. The Dev Alpha C is 8D00270A. A few other examples are the STL100-3 is 8500240A, the STL100-4 is 8400240A and so on.

    When your phone checks for an update it sends its hardware ID and carrier info to check for the update. Say Rogers in Canada is 302/720 for carrier info. So a standard request for a STL100-3 might be "302/720/8500240A" (vastly simplified, but you get the point)

    If you had a Dev Alpha C, the same request would look like "302/720/8D00270A" which is a different request.

    Each carrier has to approve updates for each phone, but they only approve what they sell and have tested. Another Rogers example - checking for an update for the STL100-3 they approve 10.2.1.2141, but checking for a STL100-2 you get a 'no updates available'. Rogers sells the STL100-3 so that's what they've approved the update for.

    Basically since no carrier sells Dev Alpha Cs none will approve an OTA update for the device.
  11. dustmalik's Avatar
    CrackBerry Genius

    Posts
    2,312 Posts
    Global Posts
    2,313 Global Posts
    #11

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by DarcyTallGuy View Post
    Each phone has a hardware ID. The Dev Alpha C is 8D00270A. A few other examples are the STL100-3 is 8500240A, the STL100-4 is 8400240A and so on.

    When your phone checks for an update it sends its hardware ID and carrier info to check for the update. Say Rogers in Canada is 302/720 for carrier info. So a standard request for a STL100-3 might be "302/720/8500240A" (vastly simplified, but you get the point)

    If you had a Dev Alpha C, the same request would look like "302/720/8D00270A" which is a different request.

    Each carrier has to approve updates for each phone, but they only approve what they sell and have tested. Another Rogers example - checking for an update for the STL100-3 they approve 10.2.1.2141, but checking for a STL100-2 you get a 'no updates available'. Rogers sells the STL100-3 so that's what they've approved the update for.

    Basically since no carrier sells Dev Alpha Cs none will approve an OTA update for the device.
    ^^This. So, OP, to update your device, use either an autoloader meant for the Q10 and Q5 for a destructive upgrade, or do a non-destructive upgrade using upgrade files gotten via Sachesi.

    Posted via CB10 using my Gorgeous Z30
  12. SubCamp's Avatar
    CrackBerry Master

    Posts
    1,254 Posts
    Global Posts
    1,273 Global Posts
    #12

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Peevish View Post
    And then? Don't leave us hanging.

    Posted via CB10
    and then I was like, KRIS SIMMUNDSON?
    Kris Simundson likes this.
  13. JPushkarH's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    42 Posts
    Thread AuthorThread Author #13

    Default

    Oh sorry i am new on forum ... i don't want to refresh os so asking how I can Upgrade OS now ? how this Sachesi works ..

    @DarcyTallGuy thanks for good explanation ... i have tried 3 Sim BSNL India SINGTEL Singapore New Mobility HK no solution ...
    but same trick works well on LE device
  14. Elite1's Avatar


    Posts
    14,627 Posts
    Global Posts
    14,774 Global Posts
    PIN
    C0001F61B
    #14

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by JPushkarH View Post
    Oh sorry i am new on forum ... i don't want to refresh os so asking how I can Upgrade OS now ? how this Sachesi works ..
    Use this guide:

    [Guide] How to do Non-Destructive OS Upgrade with Sachesi

    And you'll need some info from here to enter into Sachesi:

    Sachesi Codes for OS downloads
  15. Elite1's Avatar


    Posts
    14,627 Posts
    Global Posts
    14,774 Global Posts
    PIN
    C0001F61B
    #15

    Default

    Thread title clarified and thread moved to BB10 Dev Devices Forum.
  16. qenylas's Avatar
    CrackBerry Abuser

    Posts
    171 Posts
    #16

    Default

    Hey what new os version for z10stl100-1

    Posted via CB10
  17. Peevish's Avatar
    Banned

    Posts
    2,503 Posts
    Global Posts
    2,504 Global Posts
    PIN
    Ask nicely
    #17

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Elite1 View Post
    Thread title clarified and thread moved to BB10 Dev Devices Forum.
    Okay, well that's not fair. I saw it in my participated section and was like wtf?

    Posted via CB10
    Kris Simundson likes this.
  18. solar1806's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    84 Posts
    Global Posts
    108 Global Posts
    #18

    Default

    use autoloader or sachesi like Q10
  19. kegnatz's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    33 Posts
    Global Posts
    35 Global Posts
    #19

    Default

    @Darcy ... and I guess there's no hope for some kind of hack to fake the hardware ID, like we had on Nokia symbians (changing the product code)... ?
  20. Motosurf's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    69 Posts
    Global Posts
    78 Global Posts
    #20

    Default

    sorry, newbie here. What is a destructive upgrade ?
  21. Zeridialous's Avatar
    CrackBerry Addict

    Posts
    541 Posts
    #21

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Motosurf View Post
    sorry, newbie here. What is a destructive upgrade ?
    A destructive upgrade simply means that all data will be erased from the device during the update process (this happens when you use an autoloader for example). A non-destructive upgrade will preserve all data that is on your device when upgrading (either via OTA, Sachesi, etc).
    Motosurf likes this.
  22. BlackBerry Z30's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    Posts
    49 Posts
    #22

    Default

    Use autoloader end of story

    Posted from BlackBerry Z30 via CB10

Similar Threads

  1. How to search BBM chats on BlackBerry 10?
    By trevorcroft in forum BlackBerry 10 OS
    Replies: 8
    Last Post: 06-23-14, 06:51 PM
  2. How Do You Fight This?
    By Old_Mil in forum General BlackBerry Discussion
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: 06-18-14, 07:15 AM
  3. Replies: 1
    Last Post: 06-17-14, 11:17 PM
  4. Z10 not connecting to WiFi anymore
    By CrackBerry Question in forum BlackBerry Z10
    Replies: 17
    Last Post: 06-17-14, 08:49 PM
  5. BlackBerry 10 OS leak
    By Different Mind in forum BB10 Leaked/Beta OS
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 06-17-14, 03:39 PM

Posting Permissions