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    Exclamation Leaked OS 7.0.0.440 for the BlackBerry Torch 9860

    We got something for those new BlackBerry 7 users, OS 7.0.0.440 has just been leaked for the BlackBerry Torch 9860 and is available for download. We don’t know what’s new (if there’s anything) or what has been fixed, but make sure to let us know in the forums if you find anything!

    Download Torch 9860 OS 7.0.0.440 from:

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    Last edited by rroyy; 10-11-2011 at 04:16 AM.
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    may i just say BOO FREAKIN YA!!
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    FWIW, Crucial_Xtreme says this is the final firmware for AT&T.
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    Thanks a lot RROYY!!!!

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    Will try it later today...
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    I was about to install the official .353 OS when I saw the post on the Crackberry homepage. Should I go ahead and install .353 anyway? Has anyone installed this leak? Please let me know if I should install this or stick with installing the official one!
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    wtf... I am doing something wrong? I downloaded and installed the leak, deleted vendor.xml, opened loader.exe and it tells me my device is up to date.
    This is my first time doing this on an OS7 device. Last time I updated was on my Storm2 and this was the procedure I used. Has something changed? What am I doing wrong?
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    I just deleted vendor.xml then started the Desktop Manager.... Told me there's an OS update and hit "next" to proceed... going through the update now...
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    I just did it through DM. I'm not used to loading leaks this way. I've always used the apploader. I guess things have changed since DM 5, OS5 and my Storm2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparro View Post
    wtf... I am doing something wrong? I downloaded and installed the leak, deleted vendor.xml, opened loader.exe and it tells me my device is up to date.
    This is my first time doing this on an OS7 device. Last time I updated was on my Storm2 and this was the procedure I used. Has something changed? What am I doing wrong?
    Some people have been finding that there's another Vendor.xml file in a separate folder in C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion. I can't recall the exact specific folder as I don't have the extra file right now. Just do a search in your User folders for it and you should find the extra Vendor.xml file. Delete that and you should be good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypto View Post
    Some people have been finding that there's another Vendor.xml file in a separate folder in C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion. I can't recall the exact specific folder as I don't have the extra file right now. Just do a search in your User folders for it and you should find the extra Vendor.xml file. Delete that and you should be good to go.
    for leaked OS no need to delete any vendor.xml file
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    Quote Originally Posted by don_poky View Post
    for leaked OS no need to delete any vendor.xml file
    It needs to be deleted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ammunet91 View Post
    It needs to be deleted.
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    I see no real difference in this leak to the stock build that shipped with my 9860. I was hoping that hotspot would be in this build.
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    Downloading it right now......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypto View Post
    Some people have been finding that there's another Vendor.xml file in a separate folder in C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion. I can't recall the exact specific folder as I don't have the extra file right now. Just do a search in your User folders for it and you should find the extra Vendor.xml file. Delete that and you should be good to go.
    C:\Users\user name\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\Loader XML
    delete vendor file from this folder also in addition to vendor file in App loader folder.
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    Install this leaked OS .440 over .353 on 9860. I am seeing marked improvement in touch interface and more stable. Typing has been now more comfortable on suretype keypad as tapping has been reset in the middle of the key. Previously, it was at the lower portion of the key, so typing use to result many mistakes.
    Battery drainage is too early to comment.
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    Will this work on 9850?
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    Only for 9860 my dear, 9850 is different OS system
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    Quote Originally Posted by prithvi64 View Post
    C:\Users\user name\AppData\Roaming\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\Loader XML
    delete vendor file from this folder also in addition to vendor file in App loader folder.
    A little off-topic, this location may be slightly different for different windows versions.

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    Thanks, i was thinking same phone, different carrier, still OS 7. Forgot that I'm on cdma network, and 9860 is world phone.
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    Yeah, this OS does not include the mobile hotspot. From what I've been told and read, it looks like that functionality will only come in November at the earliest (assuming it is coming - still not 100% guaranteed).

    But one definite improvement is that the OS now reports the correct download sizes rather than ~doubling it while downloading.

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    The light around the trackpad no longer dims when the screen times out, it just shuts off.

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    it no longer says H+, it says 4G now instead. anyone else notice this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dictoresno View Post
    it no longer says H+, it says 4G now instead. anyone else notice this?
    Updated my sister 9860 to this OS.

    Still says H+ on it.

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