- CrackBerry Abuser
- 323 Posts
BBTweaks 9900 Hybrid v353.1.0
Hybrid Builder: Phil
1. Uninstall all current BlackBerry Device OS installed on your PC
2. Install 126.96.36.1993 to PC - Download HERE if needed
3. Install this over 188.8.131.523 folder
4. Shrink your OS if desired
5. Run Apploader and install to device
If you need more detailed instruction please go HERE for a comprehensive tutorial on installing BB Tweaks Hybrids
If you are an experienced hybrid installer and are already at this OS you can get the express install instructions HERE
What's In this Hybrid?
Base OS of 184.108.40.2063
About screen show 220.127.116.112
Additional Apps Included
App World 18.104.22.168
Included Desktop Tools
BBMCP v22.214.171.124 Beta 2
*OS Disclaimer – Please Read: This is NOT an official Operating system for your BlackBerry Device and as such is not supported by RIM or your Carrier. If you choose to install, do so at your own risk and only if you're comfortable in the process of upgrading and downgrading your device software. bbtweaks.com is not responsible for any loss of data or other issues that may arise during the loading process. Please do not forget to back up your data prior to loading!
- CrackBerry Abuser
09-17-11, 07:07 PM #2
- 459 Posts
Has anyone installed this yet?
What kind of improvements/modifications should we expect over official OS's?
I'm still on the stock 261 that came with my 9900 from Bell...
thanks for your hardwork Phil!
Last edited by Big_Ern; 09-17-11 at 07:09 PM.
- 09-24-11, 12:29 PM #6
After having it ready to go in my pc for about a week, I finally loaded this on my phone this morning. Smooth install as usual. I didn't even wipe, just let apploader do the work while I sat in my massage chair. I have 247 mb on boot up after using BB Boss to do my usual shrink. Running for about 3 hrs so far and app storage hasn't gone down at all. Just like 317.1.0, I highly recommend this OS. You've got nothing to lose. Too soon to comment about battery life, I'll post back later.
- 09-25-11, 01:41 AM #7
Running about 18 hrs now. I don't really notice any difference with battery life so far but then I don't expect to. Last reboot was 16 hrs ago and I've only lost 1.1 MB of app storage so I can definitely say there is no memory leak issue with this hybrid. If you experience a leak, either you have a bad app or you did a bad install. This thread deserves some attention folks. Give the hybrid a shot!
- 09-26-11, 10:36 PM #11
Running this over 2 days now, current uptime is 61 hrs. I was home all day, had H+ & wifi on and the battery lasted about 12 hrs before it reached 10%. During those 12 hrs, applications management shows over 5 hrs of usage but that doesn't include about 3 hrs of playing music. I'd say the battery life is very good with this OS.
- CrackBerry User
09-30-11, 11:21 AM #13
- 25 Posts
Great Hybrid OS
I have been running this Hybrid since the day it came out. Everything run's great. I have no error's and everything works just as it should. I have the 9900 paired with a PB and everything works as it should. I really don't see how OS 7 is going to get any better then what it is already. But as they keep releasing updated OS 7 versions I will keep updating. I am very impressed with this Hybrid and would suggest everyone with a 9900 load it ASAP.