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    Exclamation Leaked OS 7.0.0.340 for the BlackBerry Bold 9930 Findings and Fixes (& LEAKED APPS!)

    Just yesterday we saw OS 7.0.0.308 drop for the new CDMA BlackBerry Bold 9930. New 9930 owners are getting a fairly nice bump, as OS 7.0.0.340 has dropped. The new OS has finally brought NFC to the Verizon 9930, and likely other 9930s. This bundle also includes updates to BlackBerry Protect, Docs2Go, and Podcasts app. No other word on what else may be new. Make sure you backup before loading up.

    Download Bold 9930 OS 7.0.0.340 from:

    FileServe

    Here are OTAs for some of the new apps included within the OS. You can use these for any other OS 7 device.

    BlackBerry Podcasts v1.5.0.47 (OS7):
    Download via OTA

    BlackBerry Protect v1.1.1.29 (OS7):
    Download via OTA

    Documents to Go v3.0.0.115 (OS7):
    Download via OTA

    Source: Leaked: BlackBerry Bold 9930 OS 7.0.0.340 N4BB – News for BlackBerry – leaks, rumors, videos, faqs, reviews
    Last edited by rroyy; 08-19-2011 at 04:21 AM.
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    LOL i just finished instlaled the other leak! dang it!
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    Nice, lets see another leak for the 9900
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    I haven't even synced my contacts, calendar and what not yet.

    But this bring NFC mmmm. I had an leaked OS on my storm for the better part of my ownership with no issues so this wont be anything new to mean.

    Damn I'm tempted.
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    I am a total noob when it comes to leaks and I am sure there is a topic somehwere in the forums on how to install them, would anyone mind pointing me in the right direction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pigpenz View Post
    I am a total noob when it comes to leaks and I am sure there is a topic somehwere in the forums on how to install them, would anyone mind pointing me in the right direction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pigpenz View Post
    I am a total noob when it comes to leaks and I am sure there is a topic somehwere in the forums on how to install them, would anyone mind pointing me in the right direction?
    I use the method mentioned in my Sig, the CX Apploader method!
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    too funny...just updated to .304 through DM this morning...shoulda waited 2 hours
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    Now that I have the 9930 and really enjoying it, and of course now we have leaked OS updates left and right. I will reacquaint myself with the necessary steps, in the meantime other than having the "latest" leak handy and the correct tool(s) (apps) to install it do we need to worry about having the original stock OS or if I recall correctly during the process a copy gets backed up somewhere for later downgrading?
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    Always handy to have the 'official' OS to come back to if anything goes wrong.

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    Just got done installing it...looks like a new 5th Acknowledgments page is now listed for "The Android Open Source Project"
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    Got this installed, BES activated, Apps installed. Boots real fast, It appears I have a bit more memory, NFC available now even though we have no apps to utilize it?
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    can 9900 people install this?
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    ^ the apps, yes. the whole os, no. installing now...i've run the original build and .308 for probably less than 10 hours each. it seems that these os installs go a lot faster than os6. the decrease in boot time helps that along though too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broly View Post
    can 9900 people install this?
    Nope

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    I had one bit of an issue installing this. I used the application loader to backup, update, and reload and when I got to the point of "waiting for device initialization" my 9930 appears to be stuck. It would turn on, (my computer would make the "Hey somethings plugged in" noise) the red LED would turn on, then the device would turn back off (and my computer would make the "you unplugged something" noise) I let this go for about 3 cycles (10 minutes).

    After calming down from a moment of sheer panic I did a battery pull, and it booted up successfully.

    Idk if this was just a fluke or a bug in the OS... but just thought I would share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zocster View Post
    Always handy to have the 'official' OS to come back to if anything goes wrong.

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    Where can we get the official OS to come back to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiInsight View Post
    I had one bit of an issue installing this. I used the application loader to backup, update, and reload and when I got to the point of "waiting for device initialization" my 9930 appears to be stuck. It would turn on, (my computer would make the "Hey somethings plugged in" noise) the red LED would turn on, then the device would turn back off (and my computer would make the "you unplugged something" noise) I let this go for about 3 cycles (10 minutes).

    After calming down from a moment of sheer panic I did a battery pull, and it booted up successfully.

    Idk if this was just a fluke or a bug in the OS... but just thought I would share.
    Same thing happened to me! Same solution for me as well. Everything seems to be running great.
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    loading this up right now, will report back
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    Hey rr_yy, any updated apps that work on OS6 devices? GoogleTalk or that kind of stuff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbaru View Post
    Same thing happened to me! Same solution for me as well. Everything seems to be running great.
    me too...nothing a battery pull can't seem to fix..haha.

    the only other issue i had is when loading something went wrong with 2 bridge associated cod's. something about digital signature not being valid or something. i reinstalled the os again and it seems to be going fine. since the first time it stopped the installation so there was no restore ...so now i'm reinstalling all my apps
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    on first impressions the browser seems faster (someone always says it)

    havent noticed much else at this point, just installing apps.

    will report back with batt life
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntiInsight View Post
    I had one bit of an issue installing this. I used the application loader to backup, update, and reload and when I got to the point of "waiting for device initialization" my 9930 appears to be stuck. It would turn on, (my computer would make the "Hey somethings plugged in" noise) the red LED would turn on, then the device would turn back off (and my computer would make the "you unplugged something" noise) I let this go for about 3 cycles (10 minutes).

    After calming down from a moment of sheer panic I did a battery pull, and it booted up successfully.

    Idk if this was just a fluke or a bug in the OS... but just thought I would share.
    Same thing here. Had to do a panicked battery pull at same point. Fun.

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    2 mins of video shooting tonight led to instant 70% battery drain.
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    Downloading now so I can install as soon as FedEx shows tomorrow.
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