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    Quote Originally Posted by pillswoj View Post
    After a very bad experience with Akimbo (Av Discharge of 12%/ hr) I went back to Aikido, it has the best combination of Battery life and performance on my 9800. Have any 9800 users seen an advantage to Anticlockwise?
    Anticlockwise build is much more smoother than Aikido. But the battery and memory management don't compare to Aikido's. Thats all i observed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by svelt View Post
    Sorry I overreacted, but on the bright side... you can get google maps back, at least for now, see the following thread:
    http://forums.crackberry.com/general...new-os-757894/

    Anecdotally the build has been phenomenal, well worth the trouble with the maps fiasco. Stellar job as always. Memory management much better than it was on Alcohol through my unscientific anecdotal observations.

    Another app that has stopped working though since I've installed this hybrid: Vlingo. Anyone else having problems with it using this build? Not as crucial as GMaps so I can live without it, but would be nice to see if it's something with my build, something I've accidentally shrinked out or Vlingo servers have actually shut down.
    I don't think builds stop any 3rd party app from operating the way it should. Google have stopped their services.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GilVaz View Post
    From what I've learned about BB hybrids, its not about having the latest updates on everything.. It depends on your specific device and the usage you'll give to it... So, if you were having best results with alcohol, rollback to it... I'm no expert but I think Wu will surely tell you the same.

    Oh, and whatsapp is a battery drainer.. Make sure you exit everytime you use it.... You'll still get all your notifications but it won't drain your battery so fast ..


    Sent from my BlackBerry 9105 powered by B@stard Hybrid: Anticlockwise
    Yeah. i was thinking of reloading Alcohol. Suited me more. But i might just give Akido another shot (since everyone is talking about it so much)
    And yes i do exit whatsapp everytime
    thanks
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    not sure if Aikido is much better or Anticlockwise already surpassed it
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    Yes! im getting the same error! re-installed Google Maps, still the same error!

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    Quote Originally Posted by svelt View Post
    Installed yesterday and now Google Maps no longer works - it says "Serious Error - Please Exit & Restart". Anyone else getting this problem with this build?
    Yes! im getting the same error! Re-installed Google Maps, still getting the same error!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel7390 View Post
    Yes! im getting the same error! Re-installed Google Maps, still getting the same error!

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9780 using Tapatalk
    Nothing to do with the hibrid! There´s a way around in CB and it has to do with google...

    Here it is:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/general...4/#post7781318
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    Thanks for posting the link BoldAlways. Now, lets hope people actually read it
    Device(s): Curve 9300>Bold 9700>Z10>Samsung Galaxy Note 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    Thanks for posting the link BoldAlways. Now, lets hope people actually read it
    Indeed.... Tired of everyone complaining about this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    Thanks for posting the link BoldAlways. Now, lets hope people actually read it
    No problem Mercer... As we know, people tend to NOT reading
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmercer94 View Post
    Thanks for posting the link BoldAlways. Now, lets hope people actually read it
    Plus one on that, I'm sick and tired of seeing new threads and posts on the subject in virtually every forum out there.


    Does no one out there try a search before they start threads or do multiple posts when the answer is readily available.

    Rant over, but it really hacks me off.
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    GAH!!!! GOOGLE MAPS DOESN'T WORK NOW!!!!! Oh, wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wu-wei View Post
    GAH!!!! GOOGLE MAPS DOESN'T WORK NOW!!!!! Oh, wait.
    Mine also not working , can you please tell how you got it to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev23m View Post
    Mine also not working , can you please tell how you got it to work.

    read it:http://forums.crackberry.com/general...new-os-757894/
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiwq View Post
    Hope that now everyone stops complaining about google maps....


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    You should put the solution of the google maps in the first post.
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    Absolutely Hilarious !
    Was just having fun with Wu there.
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    After testing this for almost 2 weeks battery life is consistent with regular SMS and wifi for 12 hours. Is there a way to fix video quality in YouTube? when i'm watching videos even though my wifi connection is blazing fast the quality looks ugly and not smooth.
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