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    Exclamation Latest Official OS: 8900 5.0.0.1067

    BlackBerry Handheld Software v5.0.0.1728 (Multilanguage)

    Package Version: 5.0.0.1728
    Consisting of:
    Applications: 5.0.0.1067
    Software Platform: 5.2.0.96
    File name: 8900M_PBr5.0.0_rel1728_PL5.2.0.96_A5.0.0.1067_AT_T .exe
    File size: 132.3MB

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    BlackBerry Handheld Software v5.0.0.1728 (All Languages)

    Package Version: 5.0.0.1728
    Consisting of:
    Applications: 5.0.0.1067
    Software Platform: 5.2.0.96
    File name: 8900jAllLang_PBr5.0.0_rel1728_PL5.2.0.96_A5.0.0.10 67_AT_T.exe
    File size: 158.65MB

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    Thanks! I'm downloading now!

    With this being an AT&T official release, I wonder why this is the first I am hearing of it?
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    mine wont upload! keep getting the 'your device was successfully updated message when it obviously hasnt! :-(
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    use DM to update (if you're on at&t).
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    …But enough of the Torch-Bashing. It's a waste of everyone's time and honestly, it's making you look like a 5 year old school yard bully. Amen. So absolutely childish. I'm starting to see a pattern at this place, it's starting to look like a grade school playground at recess. The Apple/Droid users are the baby bullies that say "my dad can beat up your dad". The BB users are the ones that reply "maybe so, but at least my dad is there for me when I need him".
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    tried DM, bbsak and apploader in the os folder.
    just doesnt load up properly,
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    I'm not having any luck with it either, it's telling me it will downgrade my apps, so when I say no to that, it says it's finished.

    It looks like this is nothing more than .1036 repackaged with .1067 on it with a higher release number but with a lower platform number.

    This is what I have installed....... 8900M_PBr5.0.0_rel1682_PL5.2.0.104_A5.0.0.1036.exe

    This is the version posted here... 8900M_PBr5.0.0_rel1728_PL5.2.0.96_A5.0.0.1067_AT_T.exe

    I wonder what AT&T is trying to accomplish with this?

    Now I'm bummed I don't have a newer OS to try out...
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    Yup that's exactly what I'm getting but I'm currently on .1022 never seen the downgrade on the apps before!
    DM gets through the finding of the latest OS etc. Then an error meant cannot upgrade.

    Think I'll leave it on 1022 or may go for 1036 and load up a hybrid?? Used willyboys ones for a while and loved the way the phone felt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastycat View Post
    Yup that's exactly what I'm getting but I'm currently on .1022 never seen the downgrade on the apps before!
    DM gets through the finding of the latest OS etc. Then an error meant cannot upgrade.

    Think I'll leave it on 1022 or may go for 1036 and load up a hybrid?? Used willyboys ones for a while and loved the way the phone felt!

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    For the record, this platform is lower than your 5.0.0.1022 - PL5.2.0.102

    You are a version behind the latest and still newer than this! LOL
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    That'll explain it then! ;-)
    Never bothered with the 1036 as when it came out all the dl links dissapeared or would ge to 70% and stop! Gave up then lol!

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    Thanks for pointing out the platform numbers. I really didn't want to upgrade from .1036 anyway!

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    Personally I think .1022 is better than .1036. I was getting absolutely TERRIBLE memory leakage with .1036 compared to .1022...

    Too bad this .1067 looks to be a bust.
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    Okay, I am on AT&T with 5.0.0.822 on my 8900. What should I upgrade to? 1022?

    Sorry to hear this is a loser, I just downloaded it and installed on my workstation and was about to go to install to my BlackBerry. Oh well; such is life.

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    Has anyone ACTUALLY tried the OS? Perhaps the newer is not the better....

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    I'm using .1022 and its fine. Battery life is great and memory is great. I think I'll just leave .1022 on my 8900 until I retire it in for an iPhone 5 in July lol.
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    Default .1067 is the ****...best os ever..

    im running .1067 on my 8900 and it runs great , smooth , faster, no memory leak like .1036, wouldnt go back to anything else...
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    I installed it this morning, all that I can say till now:

    Itīs running really smooth and stabil
    (maybe not that fast as .1022), but the camera-quality is sweet.

    The last OS I had was .681 (I downgraded from .1022 ---> .1036 ---> .681).
    Batterylife is also better than .681

    .1067 seems to be the best 5.0 so far...

    Letīs see, if it is, what it looks like...
    Or if I go back to .681
    Easy come, easy go...
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    I just upgraded from .1036 to .1067, having been running .1036 since it was released. I waited a few days as I was worried about the lower platform number but curiosity got the better of me and am glad to say I'm glad I took the plunge. Straight from the off must smoother and faster than .1036, battery life seems improved. Seems a good release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmoo View Post
    I just upgraded from .1036 to .1067, having been running .1036 since it was released. I waited a few days as I was worried about the lower platform number but curiosity got the better of me and am glad to say I'm glad I took the plunge. Straight from the off must smoother and faster than .1036, battery life seems improved. Seems a good release.
    Did you do a device wipe to remove 1036 first?
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    Just installed .1067 on a T-Mobile 8900. Had some trouble at first with Desktop Manager then ran through Apploader and was fine. Make sure you guys delete the vendor file. Will post in a few days my experience on this OS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackBerry Brian View Post
    Did you do a device wipe to remove 1036 first?
    No, I just upgraded with Desktop Manager.
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    Can I ask what everyone is getting for their discharge rate? Mine is a little high, could be because the OS hasn't had time to settle.
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    might have another crack at it then see if it upgrades this time!
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    Even though the platform is lower I couldn't resist and upgraded(downgraded) from.1036. I did wipe my device with JL_Cmdr and ran it through shrink-a-os. I have noticed a bit better battery life. Memory leak is much improved. Overall it feels about the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkgip View Post
    Even though the platform is lower I couldn't resist and upgraded(downgraded) from.1036. I did wipe my device with JL_Cmdr and ran it through shrink-a-os. I have noticed a bit better battery life. Memory leak is much improved. Overall it feels about the same.

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    THIS it the type of feedback I was looking for, wipe THEN load to be sure of what is ACTUALLY getting installed on the phone.

    Great information, let it roll a few days and post back your findings.

    If the results stay positive, I will take the time to wipe and reload mine!
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    Ok coming from .1022, .1067 is much more stable and responsive. Much better battery life than .1022 and memory is not an issue. I also noticed the browser is a tad more snappier in this version. Pictures on the camera look about the same. Definitely keeping this version.

    Been about 4 days since I've had it installed.
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