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    Quote Originally Posted by Superfly_FR View Post
    That's a win here for Da A with 10.0.9.2372. THANK YOU guys !!!

    P.S : as a reminder
    Do not install the software update 10.9.10.35 when prompted at the setup screen on 10.0.09.2372
    Yes, I have had this update for about a week now, and DO NOT UPDATE WHEN PROMPTED as it will break the Dropbox, and a few other features. The update pops up because the phone is confused as you are installing the Z10 software on a device that the internal is referred to as the DEV ALPHA.

    Only issue I have had from this update for the past week or so is that the browser crashes a lot.. Apparently it crashes if you have a Dev Alpha B, you get graphical errors if you have a Dev Alpha A, and if you have a Z10, then it runs flawlessly.

    Cheers on it being leaked, it's great to have it up and running on the dev alpha, hope we have another month until the phone gets bricked tho, I'm using it as my daily driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip4Bytes View Post
    Only issue I have had from this update for the past week or so is that the browser crashes a lot.. Apparently it crashes if you have a Dev Alpha B, you get graphical errors if you have a Dev Alpha A, and if you have a Z10, then it runs flawlessly.
    I get the graphical glitches on my Dev Alpha A, even with the official dev OS release.
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    That's true, mine also, downloading the first link
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    Guys, its only a matter of time before this link gets pulled. Can someone who has all ready downloaded the EXE copy it to DropBox (or some where else) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by araskin View Post
    Guys, its only a matter of time before this link gets pulled. Can someone who has all ready downloaded the EXE copy it to DropBox (or some where else) ?
    The file is too big for dropbox. Someone could put it on mega.co.nz .
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    can be locked dev alpha B when updating?
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    Anyone tried go back with the original firmware from BlackBerry? https://developer.blackberry.com/bla...ha_update.html is working?
    Thanks
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    I loaded the OS on my Dev Alpha B this afternoon... this is slick. Works way better than expected! (10.0.10.261)
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    I got it. Its a little slow, but pretty good.
    Loving my Z10!
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    can't run whatsapp
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    Quote Originally Posted by netviper View Post
    I got it. Its a little slow, but pretty good.
    you have installed complete?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vlicaros View Post
    can't run whatsapp
    You are saying it doesn't even start or it doesn't work with contact list (that's what i see on the dev alpha OS build).
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    I've loaded 2372 on my dev alpha A, works prettty good, will use it as my main dev until limited edtion arrived.
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    Hi T_Joker,

    Thanks for all your posts.

    If I may ask you a question.

    I currently have the Dev Alpha B. I had downloaded OS version 10.0.10.263 which has a software release 10.9.10.35 on Jan 30. It does not have all the functionality, e.g. Clock, Twitter, Facebook, Voice command, Map works if I toggle around the permission.

    From what I have gathered reading here, 10.0.10.263 is a developer version and not the released version which the 10.0.9.2372 is.
    I also read that you suggest not to upgrade to 10.9.10.35.

    So my question is, can I go from what I have now 10.9.10.35 to 10.0.09.2372? What will not be working if I go that path? Camera not working? What are the gotcha?

    Thanks for your assistance.
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    This is still confusing as ****. Why are there two links? The only thing I got (from the huge bold text) is to not accept the update after installing but still there are 2 links and I can't figure out which one is most appropriate to install. Maybe someone can start a new sticky thread outlining ONE update strategy?
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    anyone have any idea how to extract the files from de autoload file?
    The tecnology is upon us !!
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    It doesn't start at all

    anyone have it working on 2372?
    Quote Originally Posted by greatwiseone View Post
    You are saying it doesn't even start or it doesn't work with contact list (that's what i see on the dev alpha OS build).
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    Use the first link (2372): http://download.mce-sys.com/ROM/BB10...0x04002607.exe. It is the retail BB10 version that is currently on the Z10 aka 10.0.09.2372. I have confirmed it works on DevAlpha A, I cannot speak for DevAlpha B users but it should..

    Once again: Do not install the software update 10.9.10.35 when prompted to at the setup screen on 10.0.09.2372. I am not kidding, you'll lose features and revert back to the non-retail developer build so don't do it.
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    Confirmed, the first link works like a charm on the Dev A.
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    I can't install OS version 10.0.09.2372 in my Dev Alpha B

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    I have installed the second link (Release 10.0.10.261) on Dev Alpha B. Is working really good.
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    What is the difference between the two versions?
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    2372 works a treat on dev alpha B. Now we can develop AND show off BB10 to the wider world Happy Days
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartferret View Post
    2372 works a treat on dev alpha B. Now we can develop AND show off BB10 to the wider world Happy Days
    Please, can you help me? I can't install 2372 on Dev Alpha B
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    Im downloading both links now ill mirror them as soon as i get it done.

    By the way im lil bit confused wich one link i should use with my dev A
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