- 05-09-11, 10:39 PM #26
one thing i noticed is that the alarm menu, from the top tray drop down bar, is still misaligned like it was in .534. i did notice in .534, it was hit or miss being properly aligned using an older net_rim_ribbon whatever cod file, it wasnt totally fixed. so for now it still shows "ON (" and then gets the time cut off. anyone have a definite fix?
- 05-09-11, 10:40 PM #27
How to Upgrade Your BlackBerry's OS Using App Loader
EDIT: ayush12345 is RIGHT! Wipes are done before the load! That's what you get when I reply after midnight!
Last edited by diegonei; 05-09-11 at 11:22 PM.
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- 05-10-11, 01:20 AM #43
Downloading now but i think ill wait for more reviews from folks here til i install it. If it doesn't have much changes, think i'll pass.
Whats your say on it? Anyone? Worth upgrading? and it hasnt even been a month til the previous release. Gotta love RIM on this though
- 05-10-11, 01:38 AM #44
so far im liking it. overall OS speed seems similar to .534. i do think .546 has better battery management as far as i could tell. lately on .534 i was seeing between -1.5% to -2.5% per hour average discharge rates while the phone was completely idle (sitting on the desk, unused) but connected to 3G and wifi. now, after finishing up my new OS .546 installation and a full 100% charge, ive left it sitting idle on my desk with no use for about 2 hours. im sitting at 0.9% discharge per hour. lowest ive EVER hit while idle. so far, a good sign. ill see what tomorrow brings. lately on .534 i was seeing crappy battery life, but i think that was because of 3 apps i downloaded recently which i have since deleted. battery life before them was much better.
3 hours, sitting at 98%......not bad if you ask me.
- 05-10-11, 02:54 AM #46
- CrackBerry User
05-10-11, 03:05 AM #48
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It seems that the location now works only via GPS. Previously, it has determined the approximate location using the cell towers. Then I got a "big blue circle" in GoogleMaps. Now it just say "GPS not available" until some satellites are found. Can anyone confirm this?
- 05-10-11, 03:24 AM #49
@dictoresno: did you try this time?
I was surprised with my 9800 that it actually wokred this time around. I shrunk out the included BBM, and Loader still kept my beta BBM 184.108.40.206 intact.
In fact, as someone alluded to above, I didn't even need to re-do the Agreement, let alone re-enter my keycode!
For T4BB beta v220.127.116.11, the agreement appeared but the keycode was already filled in for me. Very cool!
Only with BZ's Submit Feedback Tool did I need to re-apply the keycode.
- 05-10-11, 03:55 AM #50
i pulled the cod files for bbm 18.104.22.168 and placed them in the java folder. once i loaded up the new OS, BBM was gone and i had a missing cod file error. apparently the net_rim_bb_qm_bbm_internal_api cod was not loaded during the install even though it was in the java folder. however, bbm appeared to be somewhat installed, so i just went to appworld and reinstalled/updated bbm OTA. im guessing since the alx file was for 22.214.171.124 it didnt allow that cod to load properly. oh well.
i did notice Twitter had the keycode pre-filled in upon initial reboot (as it was when i first downloaded it last week), but FB's wasnt.