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11-27-12, 06:34 AM #51
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I'm currently using it as a base, high temps are the temps that reach 40, 41 Degrees celcius. Currently mine is sitting at around 31 degrees. Granted its a hot day but with other OS such as the .714 uk one, it will be around 25degrees celcius on such a hot day. This one seems to have similar temps however as a base it seems better. running it with berrylicious v2 hybrid since last night.
- 11-27-12, 10:33 AM #52
I'm using BL Return v2.0.0 with this as the base. Day 2. Not bad at all, but, not expecting anything major on the second day. I'll use it unless I see something newer "available" after a week. Reportedly, there are a few hybrids out there that are not posted for the public. LOL.
- 11-27-12, 12:24 PM #54
Shrugs. Probably not hiding. Most are busy and never get around to releasing or may have moved on to other platforms. Especially, when you have numerous hybrids come out at one time that are already good. It is easy for a few good hybrids to get overlooked or not get posted- publicly
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- 11-28-12, 08:29 AM #62
I'm presuming no hotspot on this build for AT&T users without getting the activation message? I'm still sticking to .378 for that very reason. This is the longest I've ever gone by far without upgrading. I don't appear to be missing out on anything as far as I can see.
- 11-28-12, 09:21 AM #63
Personally, I gave up a looong time ago trying to persuade members to upgrade if they are skeptical. I also remember newbies demanding (yep....demanding) a list of all the changes prior to upgrading to a leaked OS after I had sent them a link to certain beta OS back in the day on here and other sites. IMO, that is a little overkill. So, I persuade ppl "not" to do an upgrade. Same with hybrids and I enjoy trying a new OS or hybrid. Been a OS beta-junkie for a long time. While others may want documentation as to every specific detail to convince them to upgrade the OS.......but, have a hard time following simple directives to upgrade/downgrade. So, I gave that up with my 8310. What I will say is the best way to find out about an OS on "your" device is to upgrade for yourself and if you truly don't like it or think it sucks......well, you already know what you have when downgrading.
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- 11-28-12, 01:05 PM #66
With you all the way, BL. I've pretty much always just upgraded just because I liked upgrading. No need for knowing any changes, I'd just presumed it was as good or better, and if it wasn't, downgrade we go. But I loves me the hotspot, so that's put an end to regular upgrading for me.
Agreed! If I ever used the hotspot feature, I'd would have stayed with .378 as it truely was flawless. But I never used it (HotSpot) and I like upgrading so like others, that is why I have. I do think that the newer .694 and .746 builds are a little faster on browsing and opening up apps/attachments. One issue that I loved with .378 was not having to see the dreaded hoursglass--which came back with the later builds--though not as often I admit. That said, I've never deleted the .378 download as one never knows, does one?
- 11-30-12, 01:40 AM #70
Cincinnati Bell has released .746 for 9810
So is it conclusive that this 746 works with AT&T bad areas?
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- 12-01-12, 10:41 PM #73
Probably the biggest reason to upgrade if you feel it necessary, would be that the current build (OS) you have on your phone is having issues. Other than that--as several of us say on here-if it ain't broke, don't fix it! On the other hand (lol), if you like having the newest and greatest, then you like me, are on here all the time looking for upgrades or hybrids that we can try out. All kidding aside-the new .746 is an awesome build and I highly recommend it. If you are looking for the free hotspot, you'll have to stick with the best one out there for that--7.1.378 from Mobilicity. None of the rest off it. Good luck!
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