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  1. PowderJockey's Avatar
    After a battery pull, battery life is much better.

    ZED-10 For the person on the move!
    06-01-13 04:50 PM
  2. KenV54's Avatar
    My report so far....ran autoloader. 2354 with radio .1881 on a day using its seems I'm getting moderate battery usage...gonna let it settle in more until I decided if I go back to original 10.1.18xx with 10.1.1881 radio

    Or I want to see if I can swap out radio file for. 1881 for .1917? Please let me know if I can do such a thing without having to reinstall autoloader and then radio?

    Posted via CB10
    I did the same thing, I think. I had 1880, did the Sachup load of 2354, which gave me the 2355 radio, but when I tried to autoload the 1881 radio it bricked the Z10. I then had to autoload the 2354 OS, do a security wipe, restore everything from backup, then did an autoload of the 1881 radio back without any difficulty. Things are working well.

    I imagine that you could load the 1917 radio file in the same way over the 1881 radio file, that is, non-destructively.

    Maybe someone here will comment on whether the 1917 radio is better than 1881. (Apparently the 2354/2355 radio is tough on battery life.) I am on AT&T, and some radios are better for some carriers.
    06-01-13 05:07 PM
  3. Ecm's Avatar
    Not that I know of. Ur just supposed to remember the dates for when u were on what os when backing up lol

    Posted from my awesome Z10 via cb10. My Channel pin Wigley's News - BlackBerry BBM Channel Pin for Wigley's News
    Whenever I run a backup, I'll add something like ".2342 all OK" to the file name. Saves guesswork.
    06-01-13 05:07 PM
  4. Ecm's Avatar
    Regarding Remember, I have only done clean installs, never used backup, so I couldn't tell you if regular entries are backed up. However, if you create Evernote folders in Remember they are synced with your Evernote account.

    Posted via CB10
    Regular (non Evernote) appear to be backed up in Settings.
    06-01-13 05:14 PM
  5. dj_matty_s's Avatar
    Maybe someone here will comment on whether the 1917 radio is better than 1881. (Apparently the 2354/2355 radio is tough on battery life.) I am on AT&T, and some radios are better for some carriers.
    This is what I'd like to know. Specifically, if anyone using a Rogers Stl 100-3 has noticed an improvement with 1917 over 1881.
    06-01-13 05:18 PM
  6. hammer40's Avatar
    ATT users, how is your phone on this version? Did you use autoloader or sachibar?
    Mine is doing fine, battery wise etc.... on par with 1880. I used autoloader, did a security wipe and restore.

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 05:29 PM
  7. Candelo114's Avatar
    okay i will do the install and then wipe..
    but actually i dont understand the purpose of wiping after installation, because after a new install, our system is already new,right?..please correct me
    Kem kev hit it on the nose. I hope the install works fine for you.
    One thing I did notice with .2354 is that my phone gets pretty hot if I listen to Pandora or stream.
    Let me know if you experience the same.

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 05:47 PM
  8. ckroboth's Avatar
    I'm running a VZW -4 also. When I first installed .2354 and went out and about, it only seemed to connect at 3G. I changed the Mobile network settings to LTE/CDMA instead of Global and then it showed 4GLTE. I'm at home now and only have 3G available, so it's hard to test.

    I just now put it back on Global and it showed 4GLTE at first, then 3G. As long as it's working, maybe the label can be wrong because this is not a Verizon Specific OS Version.
    I have Verizon also...load up the 1917 radio, it is from the Verizon specific OS2009. Been running for 2 days with it on 2354 and it has been solid, a very good on battery. I have been running 4G for the past 4 hours and have over 60% left. When running WIFI, I went 8 hours of heavy use and dropped to 30%....very respectable for how much I use my Z10.


    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 05:49 PM
  9. Omnitech's Avatar
    Hello everyone!

    Finally upgraded to the latest OS for stl 100-2. i am from east africa Tanzania and here to get an Updated OS would take ages.

    with the help of this forum posts. thanx chris and everyone who has contributed to make this happen.

    i really appreciated and will always look forward not to miss any future post/comments.

    Welcome and glad you found the information helpful.
    06-01-13 07:05 PM
  10. docfreed's Avatar
    This is what I'd like to know. Specifically, if anyone using a Rogers Stl 100-3 has noticed an improvement with 1917 over 1881.
    I originally installed 2354 (with the 2355 radio) and after a brief 24 hour settling period I saw about a 5+% battery drop per hour. On Battery Guru I saw a constant drain of between 0.2W and 0.3W. I then flashed the 1917 radio (using the autoloader) and again let it sit about 24 hours.
    Today I am seeing usually 0.1W (and sometimes 0.05W when idle) and I see only 5% loss per 2-3 hours. Bear in mind this is for light use (few texts/emails/phone calls - the odd game for a few minutes, etc.
    I'm on T-Mobile with STL 100-3. I originally tried the 1881 radio but I had a few reboots and some issue with the network. I think 2354 + 1917 is the best combo
    06-01-13 07:06 PM
  11. Lendo's Avatar
    So what everyone is trying to say is.... Every release since .1880 is a battery killer
    06-01-13 07:24 PM
  12. KenV54's Avatar
    So what everyone is trying to say is.... Every release since .1880 is a battery killer
    Does 1917 deplete the battery faster than 1880/1881?

    I'm sticking with 2354/1880 until the jury is in on the radio of 1880 vs 1917. It's working pretty well for me on AT&T, and I agree with the observations of others here that 2354 is very fast.

    The reason I switched from OS 1880 to 2354 today was that I got a reboot while charging last night. It was the first one in over a week, but it should never happen. Maybe 2354 will have solved the reboot problem.
    06-01-13 07:41 PM
  13. jhanks64's Avatar
    I have Verizon also...load up the 1917 radio, it is from the Verizon specific OS2009. Been running for 2 days with it on 2354 and it has been solid, a very good on battery. I have been running 4G for the past 4 hours and have over 60% left. When running WIFI, I went 8 hours of heavy use and dropped to 30%....very respectable for how much I use my Z10.


    Posted via CB10
    That's what I'll try tonight, thanks!

    Posted via CB10 on VZW STL100-4
    06-01-13 07:51 PM
  14. dj_matty_s's Avatar
    I originally installed 2354 (with the 2355 radio) and after a brief 24 hour settling period I saw about a 5+% battery drop per hour. On Battery Guru I saw a constant drain of between 0.2W and 0.3W. I then flashed the 1917 radio (using the autoloader) and again let it sit about 24 hours.
    Today I am seeing usually 0.1W (and sometimes 0.05W when idle) and I see only 5% loss per 2-3 hours. Bear in mind this is for light use (few texts/emails/phone calls - the odd game for a few minutes, etc.
    I'm on T-Mobile with STL 100-3. I originally tried the 1881 radio but I had a few reboots and some issue with the network. I think 2354 + 1917 is the best combo
    Good info, thanks for the share!

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 07:54 PM
  15. russmov's Avatar
    I'm finding this to be the best os so far when it comes to battery life and snappiness
    06-01-13 08:11 PM
  16. wayne504's Avatar
    I have Verizon with 10.1.0.2354 installed for a week with horrific battery life. I wouldn't make it 8 hours on wi-fi with moderate use. Last night I did a full battery drain until the phone tuned it self off. Then I removed and replaced the battery and charged it overnight. I've been on wi-fi most of the day and now showing 30% left. This is the first time that the phone has made it an entire day!



    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 08:15 PM
  17. just_luc's Avatar
    With this OS, as well as with .2342 my networking is showing up as 4GLTE rather then just LTE as the stock OS did. Does anyone know if it signifies anything, or is it just the way the carrier this os was intended for prefers to display it?

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 08:29 PM
  18. gtxtac's Avatar
    ok, finished, vzw )S 10.1.0.2354 see how this goes now
    I installed on my Verizon z10. Does your mms work? I can not. Did you flash Verizon radio file. I tried and bricked the phone.
    06-01-13 08:31 PM
  19. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    With this OS, as well as with .2342 my networking is showing up as 4GLTE rather then just LTE as the stock OS did. Does anyone know if it signifies anything, or is it just the way the carrier this os was intended for prefers to display it?

    Posted via CB10
    Does your MMS work?

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 08:44 PM
  20. ckroboth's Avatar
    I have Verizon with 10.1.0.2354 installed for a week with horrific battery life. I wouldn't make it 8 hours on wi-fi with moderate use. Last night I did a full battery drain until the phone tuned it self off. Then I removed and replaced the battery and charged it overnight. I've been on wi-fi most of the day and now showing 30% left. This is the first time that the phone has made it an entire day!

    Posted via CB10
    Same experience with battery, So I flashed 1917 radio on top. Been running great since.



    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 08:53 PM
  21. wayne504's Avatar
    Same experience with battery, So I flashed 1917 radio on top. Been running great since.



    Posted via CB10
    I still have the radio that came with 2354. I might try 1917's radio depending on how this holds up.

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 08:59 PM
  22. Asael Olvera's Avatar
    yea looks dat way so far...
    06-01-13 09:08 PM
  23. just_luc's Avatar
    Does your MMS work?

    Posted via CB10
    Now that you mention it, it appears it doesn't. Can't remember the last time I sent an mms, but I just did to test and I go an error 'General Problems'.

    I assume I can load just the radio files from a known good version using sanchibar? Is that the best solution?

    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 09:34 PM
  24. Lendo's Avatar
    I knew I shouldn't have tried this one LMAO. Installs and loads, but won't let me unlock it LOL
    06-01-13 09:34 PM
  25. TI_Master's Avatar
    For me, I loaded the 10.0.9 base build, did a security wipe, then OTA upgraded to 10.0.10.116

    At that point, ac3 did NOT work. I'm on AT&T.

    So then I used sachup update mode to go to 10.1.0.2354. Worked with no problems, and now ac3 works. So far everything works perfectly, battery life is better than 2342, android apps seem to load faster.

    For me this feels like the best build yet.


    Posted via CB10
    06-01-13 09:44 PM
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