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Latest 9850 Official OS 22.214.171.1244 from US Cellular
BlackBerry Handheld Software v126.96.36.1998 (Multilanguage)
Package Version: 188.8.131.528
Software Platform: 184.108.40.2065
File name: 9850AMEA_PBr7.0.0_rel2048_PL220.127.116.115_A18.104.22.1684_U .S._Cellular_.exe
File size: 202.3MB
Note: The Software Platform and Applications version numbers can be found under Options-About screen on the handheld.
- 11-02-11, 02:26 PM #3
Downloading it now. I might wait to install it though, since my phone seems to be running well on the latest OS from Verizon. Anyone know of any improvements or differences with this build?
- 11-02-11, 03:42 PM #6
I couldn't help myself. Finishing up the install on my 9850 right now. What's odd is that I haven't bothered installing the OS 2 beta on my PlayBook. Probably should read up on what the pros/cons of it are.
- 11-03-11, 02:51 AM #12
- 11-03-11, 12:24 PM #15
I initially had some issues where Facebook couldn't authenticate due to some SSL restriction, but my phone wasn't Enterprise Activated. After a few reboots (app upgrades), everything is working fine. I haven't noticed any differences yet. So no problems at least.
- 11-03-11, 01:18 PM #16
- 11-04-11, 01:37 PM #19
Been running this for a little under two days now. Battery live seems to be a little better, but still could be to early to tell. Wifi browsing is quicker, almost instant for mobile sites. Transitions between programs is smoother. Cell radio seems stronger. When I'm at work I had 1 bar sitting at my desk, now I have a steady 3 at all times. Overall seems to be a very stable build.
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- 11-06-11, 01:45 AM #21
Been up and running this os for a few days now. Finally seems to be settled in. Memory leak is less then with other builds, been a day and half since last reset and I have only lost 1.3mb. Battery life is better, especially in not in use. Its 2:40am and phone had been off the charger since yesterday morning around 5:30am, and I'm still sitting at 27%. This has been with moderate to heavy use at times; texting, phone calls, bbm, bbm group, twitter, browsing, and a little facebook. This build seems very stable and quick.
- 11-06-11, 10:42 AM #23
i have the torch 9850 thru uscellular. everytime i try to update the software, it says there are no updates for my phone....i go to options device info software updates and it says my phone is up to date, but i don't have this update on my phone...am i doing something wrong? i never had problems like this when i had blackberrys before...is windows xp my problem?
Last edited by amt1988; 11-06-11 at 10:47 AM.
- 11-06-11, 04:55 PM #24
I'm getting better battery life, I think due to better handling areas with bad reception. Instead of constantly going in or out, it shows SOS more in those areas and doesn't kill my battery.
I also just noticed my ringtones aren't working. When someone calls, I just get vibrations but no music plays. I've changed the ringtone, tried different profiles, disabled vibration, set volume to the highest, etc. No sound plays even when pressing the Try It button. The music player and speaker phone put out sound so I know the speaker works fine. Anyone else have the issue? It might be an app that is causing it, or maybe it'll clear up with pulling the battery for a few minutes rather than a reboot.
- 11-06-11, 10:01 PM #25
I can't seem to get this OS installed on my phone no matter what I try.
Deleted the vendor.xml file, uninstalled all other OS'es, even reinstalled Desktop Manager Software and the OS software and no go...
Anyone know what else I can try?
EDIT: After trying it on another machine of mine, I ended up installing VZW's OS, then this one, and then copying ALL contents into VZW's .374's OS folder and overwrote all files... Worked like a charm. It's updating as we speak... I hope it goes through smoothly.
Last edited by Kamika007z; 11-06-11 at 10:36 PM.