Fix available for Curve 3G 9300 "Network Drop/Broken Net" Syndrome
Many of us, due to variety of reasons, running BlackBerry on generic data plans offered by SPs are experiencing "Network Drop/Broken Net" Syndrome. Recently there was "calls for help" on the forums - can check the thread HERE, as well I got few PM on how to fix the issue.
Several days ago came a solution, which I run on my device for past four days without any problem - and most importantly no network drops at all.
If you need the fix you can check the original solution HERE - in Chinese, or go for instructions in English on SmartPhoneGurus forums - HERE
- 05-10-11, 03:23 PM #3
After up this OS, i cant use Browser :| It's notification about :
uncaught exception: shared webkit ...
Can you help me :| ?
And this file cannot use as normal rom, i have to install it and copy / replace Java folder into my Base OS folder
- 05-10-11, 04:24 PM #5
When people are using windows xp you've got to open the file in the windows 95 mode
Click right on the file properties somewere in the properties you could setup to open the file in windows 95 mode.
After that you are able to install the rom
Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
Haven't used base OS, just uninstalled previously installed OS on the PC, then installed the package, delete Vendor.XML file and run Loader.exe from AppLoader folder.
Browser and third party applications work just fine on my install, no any errors or so, and no network drops. Later on, after running the OS for two days "as it came", have add some .CODs to Java folder to have other languages but not only Chinese and English and to get voice dialing working.
In my case everything was done using Win7 system.
After installation you will have everything in following folder:
If you want to add .CODs, language or voice dialing add them in:
Then6. On your PC go to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader and delete the file Vendor.xml if there
7. Connect your BlackBerry to the PC
8. From the above mentioned folder (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader) run the executable file, by double clicking on it, Loader.exe
Last edited by mtint; 05-10-11 at 08:46 PM.
Not as good as latest ROMs in terms of battery life. With my usage pattern, which is quite heavy, batteery takes me through the day - works for me.
No other hybrid or anything for now fixes network drop syndrome. Other option is to subscribe to BIS if offered by service provider.
- 04-15-12, 04:45 PM #11
This is an old thread, but I want to bump it to say thanks to mtint for pointing me to this information. I have installed one of the "continuous network" Chinese hybrids on my 9700 and it seems to have fixed my very frustrating "dropped network" problem I was having here in Sweden with a generic data plan on both OS 5 and OS 6.
- 06-07-12, 02:39 AM #12
Hi, i recently got BB Curve 9360, no BIS plan. Had this problem and googled and finally thought i will have a solution from this thread..
Not sure if anyone has a solution for network drop on OS 7.0?
TBH never heard about a solution on OS 7. Was told on OS 7 the issue isn't that huge, as the "network drop" isn't so frequent. Anyways, if find a solution for your phone available will post it here.
- 11-12-12, 06:22 AM #14
- 12-22-12, 10:40 AM #15
fix available for bb 9800?
can u help me with info on downloadable hybrid rom links for torch 9800 which sorts out the network drop problem? has anyone customised the 461 build to use it on the 9800? ur help will be much appreciated. can u mail the hybrid rom to firstname.lastname@example.org?
- 12-27-12, 10:11 PM #16
hi, i downloaded hybrid rom for 9800. but downloaded file not matching file size shown at site. on running in windows compatibility mode, setup file is asking for disk 2 ? where am i going wrong . can u please help
- 05-13-13, 09:22 AM #17
Dude, the link to hybrid ROM on the site whose link you have posted is dead.
Can you please post the links of all the required stuff for blackberry curve 9300.
Too much frustrated due to network drop syndrome.