- CrackBerry Abuser
- 207 Posts
Still no official 5.0 from AT&T - LMFAO
dont wanna hear the gripes about all the leaks and other officials.
I am referring to the millions of 9000 owners on AT&T who want an official from their carrier.
In any event, have been using my Nexus One for a month now and honestly its the best smartphone ever. Email is well above expectations. Dont miss the keyboard, and is not a lame iPhone.
I cannot believe there are still so many blackberry die hards.
- CrackBerry Addict
02-25-10, 09:15 PM #4
- 990 Posts
- CrackBerry User
02-25-10, 09:26 PM #5
- 80 Posts
- TOS w/ 351 Clevelands RULE
- 02-25-10, 10:57 PM #7
At this point, just install either the leaked or overseas carrier OS, since 22.214.171.1244 should be the same everywhere... If AT&T release ,464, then it would be the same 464, not some more stable version or anything... I dont understand why people avoid leaked os's as if they were plagues, its still a RIM OS that works just like any official OS, just not released by AT&T. Software is software, and its quite clear that AT&T's not releasing anything anytime soon... so go with what's out there.
- 02-26-10, 12:03 AM #9
- 02-26-10, 02:38 AM #11
At&t is very picky about releases OS's. The wont rush anything. If they see issues with the software that they are given to test, they wont release it because it then turns into customer service nightmares or people exchanging their device because they think something is wrong. How many times to we see on this forum that a carrier pushes out a OS and there is a major bug with it??
- CrackBerry Abuser
02-26-10, 09:16 AM #12
- 338 Posts
No Yahoo push without f'in with the settings
let alone Google EVERYTHING. Slow on ATT
unless you happen to be on WiFi. Plus all the
glitches isn't worth all that money IMO.
Glad it's going byebye soon
And pertaining to the thread also,
my 9000+5.0 on ATT works just as fast
and my 9700 sitting next to it...
Last edited by Macneil_S4; 02-26-10 at 09:18 AM.
- 02-26-10, 02:57 PM #15
Today RIM "leaked" 126.96.36.1999 for the Bold 9000. It seems to me that the Bell release (.411) and the Kuwait release (.464) were just steps to a yet unreleased FINAL build such as 188.8.131.524 for the 4.6-series. I will wait it out, it just takes to long to experiment and then end up going back to the latest official release anyway.