1. Ecm's Avatar
    I've tried getting tiny meter but it says its not supported for the 9900...how'd you get it? o_O
    Here you go... OTA link for OS 5.0+: http://www.compactbyte.com/tinymeter...tiny_meter.jad
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    01-04-13 09:28 PM
  2. Mi.key's Avatar
    Here you go... OTA link for OS 5.0+: http://www.compactbyte.com/tinymeter...tiny_meter.jad
    Much appreciated!!!
    01-04-13 09:41 PM
  3. Sator's Avatar
    Here is the latest tinymeter 1.3: http://yohan.es/files/tinymeter/tiny_meter.jad

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    01-04-13 09:42 PM
  4. Ecm's Avatar
    Much appreciated!!!
    No problem. Cheers.
    01-04-13 09:56 PM
  5. souleyman's Avatar
    Hi sator,having load d Xmas edition/714 sfi as advised,been running 4 bout 3 days now,am still recording battery drain at -25.5% per hour courtesy tinymeter,pls help!

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    01-05-13 09:50 AM
  6. souleyman's Avatar
    Pls see tiny meter attached,hope i did get d OS installation right. Help............!

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    01-05-13 09:54 AM
  7. Sator's Avatar
    Hi sator,having load d Xmas edition/714 sfi as advised,been running 4 bout 3 days now,am still recording battery drain at -25.5% per hour courtesy tinymeter,pls help!

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    Please check your 3rd app. settings (FB, twitter, whatsapp. etc.) and for tinymeter, you have to reset it every time you want to turn your device off/charging or when you do a reboot in order to have an accurate results.

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    01-05-13 12:11 PM
  8. souleyman's Avatar
    Thanks wld do,and revert back.

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    01-05-13 12:30 PM
  9. SheeB's Avatar
    I just noticed something curious
    Go into your phone logs, then choose Options, then Call logs and lists, and you'll see the option: Show "My Number" which you can turn back off.
    01-05-13 04:48 PM
  10. Ecm's Avatar
    Go into your phone logs, then choose Options, then Call logs and lists, and you'll see the option: Show "My Number" which you can turn back off.
    Thanks, but hat's not quite what I was after - didn't explain myself clearly. I'm aware of how to hide my number. It's the "Line 1" in particular that intrigues me. The last time I saw that was on an old CDMA device where I did actully have 2 lines active. That is where I would select which line to use for outgoing calls.
    01-05-13 06:03 PM
  11. Sator's Avatar
    Thanks, but hat's not quite what I was after - didn't explain myself clearly. I'm aware of how to hide my number. It's the "Line 1" in particular that intrigues me. The last time I saw that was on an old CDMA device where I did actully have 2 lines active. That is where I would select which line to use for outgoing calls.
    Go to options>Device>Advanced system settings>SIM Card> highlight your phone number,click  and choose edit my phone number, you'll see your phone number and Friendly name(line 1), you can change it, if you don't change it, it will show Line 1 and your phone number. It's a SIM Card option.

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    01-05-13 11:27 PM
  12. Ecm's Avatar
    Go to options>Device>Advanced system settings>SIM Card> highlight your phone number,click  and choose edit my phone number, you'll see your phone number and Friendly name(line 1), you can change it, if you don't change it, it will show Line 1 and your phone number. It's a SIM Card option.
    Thanks for the tip Sator. Again, not quite what I was looking for, but no big deal. Nothing to affect functionality, just looking to satisfy my curiosity.
    Case closed. ~ecm
    01-06-13 11:14 AM
  13. hzx505's Avatar
    谢谢 bb 9900
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    01-07-13 10:01 AM
  14. zenspro's Avatar
    Hey anyone, I have some questions for ya
    What is the best/latest base for 9790? is it .746? can i install it with Xmas or Rc10A?
    Thx before
    01-07-13 10:15 AM
  15. Mi.key's Avatar
    谢谢 bb 9900
    I agree!!!
    01-07-13 12:24 PM
  16. zavar's Avatar
    Hi All. I've been running BL X-Mas Edition on my 9900 for the last couple of days and it's been fantastic. I installed with the.746 SFI from Rogers and my temperatures seem fairly warm. I'm thinking of going back to the .714 Voda UK SFI. To change SFI files, does a complete OS wipe/reinstall need to be done, or can the SFI files just be swapped and then run an update through desktop manager?
    01-07-13 05:02 PM
  17. deezy87's Avatar
    I would personally recommend a wipe and fresh install after swapping sfi...that's just me though.


    Hope it all works out for you!

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    01-07-13 06:19 PM
  18. zavar's Avatar
    Thanks Sharma! Which SFI are you using?
    01-07-13 07:39 PM
  19. deezy87's Avatar
    I'm using 794 as my entire base.

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    01-07-13 07:52 PM
  20. zavar's Avatar
    Thanks again Sharma!
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    01-07-13 07:55 PM
  21. Jamil Halil's Avatar
    Hi All. I've been running BL X-Mas Edition on my 9900 for the last couple of days and it's been fantastic. I installed with the.746 SFI from Rogers and my temperatures seem fairly warm. I'm thinking of going back to the .714 Voda UK SFI. To change SFI files, does a complete OS wipe/reinstall need to be done, or can the SFI files just be swapped and then run an update through desktop manager?
    For better result wipe and fresh install
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    01-08-13 01:53 AM
  22. AhmedZaki's Avatar
    I have this problem with viewing arabic websites. I have arabic input support and fonts installed. I have a 9900 bold running the xmas edition with .794 base. Thanks in advance
    01-08-13 08:20 AM
  23. deezy87's Avatar
    Thanks again Sharma!
    No worries!!
    01-08-13 11:50 AM
  24. phoreoneone's Avatar
    what do the QNAL and rimganinjector cod files do?

    omg i have become so paranoid after i was told that hybrid OS's could have malware inside of them
    01-09-13 04:39 AM
  25. Sator's Avatar
    what do the QNAL and rimganinjector cod files do?

    omg i have become so paranoid after i was told that hybrid OS's could have malware inside of them
    QNAL cod is for 9620 and rimgan injector cod is for 9900, 9320, 9360 etc. We have to include those cods since this hybrid is for multi devices.

    Hahahaha...BlackBerries are wellknown for their highly security protection, people have to modify the Blackberry alx. File or Platform alx. File in order to install any cod beside the standard OS's cods. So you're safe as long as you copy paste the Java only. You can check your BB through your app. Management (for apps. Installed) or you can go to app. Management> click  >modules, and you can see all the cods installed on your device.

    FYI: some of our hybrid users are also very expert in blackberry, so you don't need to worry about the mallware.

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    01-09-13 05:51 AM
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