- 06-22-2012, 11:34 PM #26
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- 06-23-2012, 11:14 AM #36
Barely 1 day after install and during this break-in stage an ADR of 4.2% with 3G mobile network set is phenomenal!
It's either the break-in period was shortened and device has stabilized earlier or simply the build is giving this Curve a better battery life (as reported by tang63 as well).
- 06-23-2012, 11:28 AM #37
This build is a lot more 9300 supported, as it doesn't have some of the cods that I found made adrenaline bad for the 9300. I'm reporting. 2% adr after 12 hours. Tried wu's os5 hybrid, but missed os6 too much to stick with it. Loving the 9300 support on this one(installed over .668 with no issues)
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- 06-23-2012, 11:44 AM #38
- CrackBerry Abuser
06-23-2012, 01:51 PM #39
- 113 Posts
after 30 hours with this Aethereal, this is what i can say
-everything is smooth
-shorter time taken to stabilize.
but, there's few downside too. such as;
-take a longer time to load(maybe because i'm using .666 build.
-still can't properly lock the 3G.(related to .666 build, maybe?)
Final verdict, this build is great! 4/5 for me
I'll drop in with my reports as well. My minimum battery discharge shows 0.1% (Adrenaline was 0.6%), and my ADR is 5.8% (Adrenaline was slightly higher) but I've made numerous very long phone calls since installing Aethereal.
Memory is about the same as it always is for me...I'm down 18 MB after 20 hours. Personally that is not surprising, since I'm always posting about how my device stabilizes at around 20-22 MB "loss".
Overall everything is fluid, I haven't seen any hiccups at all. Browsing is smooth.
I noticed a very seamless installation with this build. After the initial reboot, I had to input my license keys as usual...but I did not have to do the usual "move your email accounts" process when I went into email setup.
- CrackBerry User
06-23-2012, 05:01 PM #43
- 65 Posts
Thanks bro awesome built
Wu-wei great work again bro...only frustration i have is when loading a page using the browser it keeps closing the page saying its too big to load....Been getting it with all the hybrids i used on my 9700...Anything i can do to solve that???
Last edited by Soulja Boy; 06-23-2012 at 05:11 PM.FireBerry 9700 (B@stard - Alcohol-723)
Tester For Wu-Wei's B@stard Hybrids
- 06-24-2012, 01:47 AM #48
For the record, Aethereal normalized in 30 hrs or so as any official RIM OS build would (at least in this Curve 9300). The 3-day break-in period for hybrids is now a myth!
A stable ADR /hr of 2.3% with 3G set on with mostly standby and minimal use on a weekend is a normal post break-in standard rate.
Will see how it goes on Tuesday to find out normal use ADR /hr when calls, BB messaging & emails from US & Europe starts pouring in.
- 06-24-2012, 08:15 AM #49
I'll report my non-breakin ADR tomorrow, from 100% battery today, until i go to bed.
And Wu: i've recommended your hybrid to a few people in a BBM group, and personally installed it for one of them, who is loving it so far on their 9780.
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- 06-24-2012, 08:22 AM #50
My memory is only down as of now -1.8mb. I have never seen a double digit memory loss before. I always get around 1mb ++.
Does using .688 as Base OS better than using .723? Any body got concrete results to support it? :O
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