- CrackBerry User
- 50 Posts
I've noticed that among several 9900 220.127.116.117 official release, and even the leaked version, that the file named rim0x07001204.sfi in the UMTS folder differ in size ( sometimes several MB ).
I've read somewhere that this is the main kernel of the OS. So, do I have to care about that file when choosing a 7.1 release since my provider doesnt provide a official release.
Or, do you suggest that I try the leaked release ? Is it a more "generic" version ?
Thanks for youre input
- 03-17-12, 02:06 AM #2
The sfi or radio file is the heart of any OS.
It differs in size mainly due to the number of languages the OS supports. For example a MultiLanguage OS has a smaller sfi file than an AllLanguage OS.
A leaked sfi also contains no carrier bloatware, so it's usually smaller than an official one.
If you don't need the additional languages, then go for the leaked .267 which is a MultiLanguage build where the sfi is only 67MB.