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  1. qilu's Avatar
    Thanks Berryleaks and Kris!
    08-19-13 08:27 PM
  2. stooy leown's Avatar
    Same here all of them are blinded by 10.2

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    We'll for me personally, 10.2s have been great. Nothing even close to stopping me from running it. Have you gave any of them a run?
    08-19-13 09:27 PM
  3. kfh227's Avatar
    I personally appreciate this leak. I have yet to read about a 10.2 leak that wows me.

    Currently sick but might try it out in a few days.
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    08-19-13 10:55 PM
  4. whitezee10's Avatar
    Same here all of them are blinded by 10.2

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    Why blinded? The new 10.2 is great so its a step back for me if i install this one.

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    08-19-13 11:48 PM
  5. Norg's Avatar
    Same here all of them are blinded by 10.2

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    Agreed, tried 10.2.0.1047 for more than a week, still not stable enough for my needs. Several Apps didn't work properly and battery life was poorer. Although I loved the overall feel of it, I'd rather wait until the quirks are out before adopting for every day needs.

    STL100-3 / 10.1.0.4828
    Last edited by gliveron; 08-20-13 at 12:16 AM.
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    08-20-13 12:03 AM
  6. trsbbs's Avatar
    Very happy with what I am running now. Stable and things work.

    Watching the progress being made with 10.2 but not ready to jump.

    Not seeing a reason to upgrade to this one yet. But happy we have the choice.

    Verizon Z10. Running 10.1.0.4651. Posted via CB10
    08-20-13 12:14 AM
  7. rider997's Avatar
    Has anyone been able to verify that tmobile wifi calling works on this build?


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    08-20-13 12:47 AM
  8. thanhvx's Avatar
    Can I sideload 10.2.0.1323 browser into this build? I like the auto hide address bar feature of 10.2 browser?

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: I've just sideloaded the 10.2.0.37 browser from .1323 build. I can use browser as normal however can find where to enable autohide the address bar.

    I'm not sure beside sys.browser bar, should any other bar files that i need to sideload? Or Autohide bar is already an built-in feature and all I need is to find way to enable it?

    Any guidance into this is welcome.


    ~ it's not a phone, it's a blackberry
    Last edited by thanhvx; 08-20-13 at 02:32 AM.
    08-20-13 01:28 AM
  9. Tnc Ionut's Avatar
    Why blinded? The new 10.2 is great so its a step back for me if i install this one.

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    I'm a stl1 user, I tried 4537,4543, 4651, from 10.1 and 1047 from 10.2, I didn't say it's not cool, but needs improved a lot, for me the best performance for my phone was given by 10.1.0.2354, now I hope the 4828 makes more sense. from what I've read, 10.2.0.1047 has buggies) signal, wifi, hotspot, that is why I la stick to Oficial Release 10.1 U can try whatever leak u like, 10.2 will drain your battery more quickly then 10.1 MR at the same amount of usage

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    08-20-13 02:07 AM
  10. whitezee10's Avatar
    I'm a stl1 user, I tried 4537,4543, 4651, from 10.1 and 1047 from 10.2, I didn't say it's not cool, but needs improved a lot, for me the best performance for my phone was given by 10.1.0.2354, now I hope the 4828 makes more sense. from what I've read, 10.2.0.1047 has buggies) signal, wifi, hotspot, that is why I la stick to Oficial Release 10.1 U can try whatever leak u like, 10.2 will drain your battery more quickly then 10.1 MR at the same amount of usage

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    Well the new 10.2 has lotsa bug fixes from 1047. I agree with the .2354, ive never found a .4xxx that can match it for my usage till the .4780 came. However it did not last long because this new 10.2 is really good. I hope the new 10.2 with its bug fixes find its way on your 100-1.

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    08-20-13 02:15 AM
  11. Tnc Ionut's Avatar
    I can't find a 10.2 for stl1, 1323 is not for stl1, did I miss something??????

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    08-20-13 02:20 AM
  12. wu-wei's Avatar
    I can't find a 10.2 for stl1, 1323 is not for stl1, did I miss something??????

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    Check here: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...evices-835026/

    And then check here if you want newer 1323 files to put over top of 1047: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...ybrids-828354/
    08-20-13 02:23 AM
  13. Tnc Ionut's Avatar
    Check here: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...evices-835026/

    And then check here if you want newer 1323 files to put over top of 1047: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...ybrids-828354/
    U suggested a 1047 os+ 1323 files? It's more bugg free?)

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    08-20-13 02:32 AM
  14. wu-wei's Avatar
    U suggested a 1047 os+ 1323 files? It's more bugg free?)

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    I have found it to be a very reliable build, but I will strongly recommend that you look through the release threads for 1047 and 1323 to get more information and judge for yourself.
    08-20-13 02:42 AM
  15. Tnc Ionut's Avatar
    I have found it to be a very reliable build, but I will strongly recommend that you look through the release threads for 1047 and 1323 to get more information and judge for yourself.
    I will try 10.2 - 1047 os + 1156 radio file + 1323 files and will reply on your original post 10x

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    08-20-13 02:50 AM
  16. Korepab's Avatar
    No reason why it shouldn't.

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    Doesn't work in. 4780.

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    08-20-13 03:09 AM
  17. Omnitech's Avatar
    The STL100-1 doesn't have a proper "4G" capable radio. It's only certified to run at Dual-Carrier HSPA "3G" speeds. What you saw in 10.2 was the a bug, so far as that the Operator you are with hasn't signed it's configuration file with BBRY that denotes things like how network technologies are displayed.

    For some operators like TmoUS, they purposefully show DC-HSPA as 4G purely for marketing, as to be fair, there's not much in 4G and DC 3G speed wise.

    For all other GSMA operators, the indicator will show true network technology (H, H+, 4G LTE) etc.

    Actually until the large carriers politicized it and essentially strong-armed the ITU into changing the original definition, the term "4G" actually had a specific meaning. (ie minimum raw data rate of 100mbps, all-IPv6 topology, etc.)

    But since a network like Verizon's LTE network is as close to "4G" as exists in any major commercial deployment right now, and since DC-HSPA is perfectly capable of achieving typical user data rates in the same vicinity as an LTE network like Verizon's, it's not particularly misleading IMHO to call DC-HSPA "4G", since to most customers the primary distinction between what they see as "3G" versus "4G" is usable data rates.
    08-20-13 04:06 AM
  18. Kamziron's Avatar
    Doesn't work in. 4780.

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    Yes it does.
    08-20-13 04:14 AM
  19. Tnc Ionut's Avatar
    Actually until the large carriers politicized it and essentially strong-armed the ITU into changing the original definition, the term "4G" actually had a specific meaning. (ie minimum raw data rate of 100mbps, all-IPv6 topology, etc.)

    But since a network like Verizon's LTE network is as close to "4G" as exists in any major commercial deployment right now, and since DC-HSPA is perfectly capable of achieving typical user data rates in the same vicinity as an LTE network like Verizon's, it's not particularly misleading IMHO to call DC-HSPA "4G", since to most customers the primary distinction between what they see as "3G" versus "4G" is usable data rates.
    So actually some carriers sends 3G data and apears on the phone as 4G? Did I understood it corect?

    Just for marketing?

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    08-20-13 05:50 AM
  20. BlackScorpion3's Avatar
    I can't find a 10.2 for stl1, 1323 is not for stl1, did I miss something??????

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    10..2.0.1047

    Posted from my BerryLeak mind controlled Z10STL100-4/10.2.0.14xx LE, while drunk
    08-20-13 09:22 AM
  21. trinichindian's Avatar
    I'm a stl1 user, I tried 4537,4543, 4651, from 10.1 and 1047 from 10.2, I didn't say it's not cool, but needs improved a lot, for me the best performance for my phone was given by 10.1.0.2354, now I hope the 4828 makes more sense. from what I've read, 10.2.0.1047 has buggies) signal, wifi, hotspot, that is why I la stick to Oficial Release 10.1 U can try whatever leak u like, 10.2 will drain your battery more quickly then 10.1 MR at the same amount of usage

    Posted via CB10
    I'm an STL1 user as well running 2354 as the official release from my carrier. This build works quite well for me. I was initially really bummed seeing all the other carriers releasing the 10.1MR release, and my carrier didn't. But I now realise that was a blessing in disguise based on user experiences seen on that build. Makes sense we are still seeing 10.1 iterations being developed by Blackberry.

    10.2 seems to be a fantastic release...no doubt about it... but its way too early for my taste to make that sort of leap as everyone's experience is abit different, but I admit mostly good. If the second leak is this good, imagine what future iterations will bring as we get closer to the official release date(mouth watering). I'm not into debug tokens, and would like the apps to catchup.....hopefully the developers out there would have cracked open the 10.2 SDK, and begin rolling out their apps with 10.2 modifications soon.

    If any previous 2354 users in here are willing to share their experiences with 10.1.4xx builds I wouldn't mind hearing if its worth upgrading.

    Cheers
    08-20-13 09:44 AM
  22. Norg's Avatar
    Why blinded? The new 10.2 is great so its a step back for me if i install this one.

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    In my case I tried 10.2.0.1047 for more than a week, but it's still not stable and dependable enough for my business needs. Several Apps didn't work properly and battery life was poorer. Although I loved the overall feel of it and love where it's going (especially after spending a year using an SG3), I really have no choice but to wait until more of the quirks are out of the way. Equally important is to give the developpers a chance to have their Apps catch up to 10.2 requirements so they operate without side loading. Heck, some of the 10.1 Apps aren't even optimal yet and plenty more are needed /missing for 10.0/10.1/10.2 and so on...and
    we all agree that more native Apps are needed right !!??

    All that said, I look forward to eventually adopting10.2 for my every day needs, that time is just not today.

    STL100-3 / 10.1.0.4828
    OS 10 Rocks Bay !!
    Last edited by gliveron; 08-20-13 at 10:49 AM.
    08-20-13 10:16 AM
  23. Norg's Avatar
    So actually some carriers sends 3G data and apears on the phone as 4G? Did I understood it corect?

    Just for marketing?

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    I'm not as well versed on the technical specifications as Omnitech is on the subject, but based on what I've read it's more so of a hybrid between 3G and 4G and therefore can be Marketed as the later.

    There's plenty of material to read on this subject if you Bing/Google it.

    STL100-3 / 10.1.0.4828
    08-20-13 10:23 AM
  24. jeffawa's Avatar
    I am using the latest 10.2 which does not allow participant invites in the calendar if you are using a Google Apps account set up with Active Sync. This used to work in 10.1 but was lost in some of the later leak builds. If someone with .4828 is using Google Apps with active sync can you confirm if you can add participant invites when setting up a new calendar appointment.

    Thanks. I would prefer to use Active Sync vs IMAP and CALDev.
    08-20-13 10:27 AM
  25. Omnitech's Avatar
    So actually some carriers sends 3G data and apears on the phone as 4G? Did I understood it corect?

    Just for marketing?

    All the information you wanted but were afraid to ask:

    There is no such thing as "3G data" or "4G data". The data is the same, the terminology refers to how the wireless network transmits and receives that data.

    The terms were originally meant to roughly describe which "generation" of cellular transmission technology they use. Roughly speaking, "1G" refers to the original generation of cellular transmission technology, based on analog technology. Example: "AMPS".

    2G refers to the second generation. This is where digital technology was introduced. Examples include TDMA, CDMA, iDEN and GSM. Digital data transmission technologies - sometimes referred to as "2.5G" - appeared here and included GPRS (for GSM networks) and 1xRTT. (for CDMA networks)

    3G refers to the third generation. These terms now apply primarily to data transmission schemes, not voice. Examples: EDGE and UMTS (for GSM networks), EVDO. (for CDMA networks)

    4G refers to the 4th generation. Originally this was supposed to be limited to all-IP-based networks with a minimum raw client-device data rate of 100Mbps, but after political wrangling from carriers, it ended up being applied to any network with significantly faster client-device data rate capabilities than 3G or "3.5G" systems, ie from 7-100MBps. Examples: WiMax (dedicated), HSPA+/DC-HSPA (generally deployed on existing GSM networks) and LTE. (deployed along with either existing GSM or CDMA networks)

    Based on the original 4G definition, WiMax and HSPA+/DC-HSPA are "3.5G" network technologies. LTE is closest to the original 4G definition, though 1st-generation LTE networks do not reach the 100Mbps minimum data rate specified in the original 4G definition.

    History of mobile phones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    08-20-13 10:28 AM
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