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  1. willowbeast's Avatar
    Yeah that happened to me too. Went back to 1880 while I wait for the next leak.
    Did you just flash it or do a wipe as well?
    Wish I could flash at work but can't download to work pc.

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 11:38 AM
  2. Mattma43's Avatar
    Running v10.1.0.2354 with a 1881 radio file. Phone has not booted in 36 hours, pretty good battery life to boot.
    STL 100-4
    06-04-13 08:12 PM
  3. KenV54's Avatar
    Running v10.1.0.2354 with a 1881 radio file. Phone has not booted in 36 hours, pretty good battery life to boot.
    STL 100-4
    I did exactly the same thing--2354/1881 coming from 1880/1881. I used autoloader for both and also did security wipe in the process, but did restore everything from backup.

    No reboots going on three days now--fingers crossed.

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 08:53 PM
  4. willowbeast's Avatar
    I did exactly the same thing--2354/1881 coming from 1880/1881. I used autoloader for both and also did security wipe in the process, but did restore everything from backup.

    No reboots going on three days now--fingers crossed.

    Posted via CB10
    I can't seem to download any radio files seems to be a problem

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 09:00 PM
  5. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    OP updated with 2355 radio file loader
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    06-04-13 09:29 PM
  6. ckroboth's Avatar
    OP updated with 2355 radio file loader
    Kris, so is 2355 confirmed to be from Verizon build?

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 09:43 PM
  7. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    2009 is more probable

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 10:52 PM
  8. KenV54's Avatar
    I can't seem to download any radio files seems to be a problem

    Posted via CB10
    Not sure what you mean here. You have 2354 OS with 1881 radio, just like I do, right?

    Posted via CB10
    06-04-13 11:02 PM
  9. abramadhi's Avatar
    I would like to add my result using 1881 (radio)/2354 (OS) after 4 days of use.

    The signal locking with H+ is more stable than using the original radio from OS 2354 and the browser is also faster in opening a web page. With the 2354 original radio file sometimes the browser wasn't able to open a web page even though the signal is in H+.

    The signal tends to liked working in 3G rather than in H+. Even if it showed H+ (with the original 2354 radio), the data speed wasn't as fast as a normal H+ data speed and sometimes seemed that the data wasn't connected.

    Happy with 1881/2354 combination, it just the temperature is still a bit high when i use the device quite heavy (Messaging and browsing in the same time).
    06-04-13 11:27 PM
  10. willowbeast's Avatar
    Not sure what you mean here. You have 2354 OS with 1881 radio, just like I do, right?

    Posted via CB10
    No, I have 2354 with 2355. The autoloader links are not working for me. Yes, I'm using Chrome.


    Posted via CB10
    06-05-13 03:11 AM
  11. willowbeast's Avatar
    Got it working. The link was not working last night. Just installed 1881. Seems to be fine.

    Posted via CB10
    06-05-13 03:20 AM
  12. jwarman's Avatar
    Does anyone of the 1917 radio bar file or can point me to where I can get it? I used the Sachup to upgrade to 2354 but I am not getting great battery life and I wanted to try the radio from the 2009 OS as I have a STL100-4. I am wary of using the autoloader in this thread as there are some report of people soft bricking there phone when applying a radio file using an autoloader after doing an upgrade through Sachup.

    Thank you.

    Jesse
    06-05-13 03:25 PM
  13. KenV54's Avatar
    I am wary of using the autoloader in this thread as there are some report of people soft bricking there phone when applying a radio file using an autoloader after doing an upgrade through Sachup.

    Thank you.

    Jesse
    I don't know where or how to get the 1917 radio bar file--sorry. But you will definitely brick the phone, as you say, if you use the autoloader radio file on the phone after having used Sachup. I haven't heard of it working for anyone. That said, you may want to do a clean install of both the OS by autoload and security wipe and then autoload the 1917 radio. Lot of hassle and time, I know from experience, but it seems to get rid of a number of problems.
    06-05-13 03:56 PM
  14. jwarman's Avatar
    I don't know where or how to get the 1917 radio bar file--sorry. But you will definitely brick the phone, as you say, if you use the autoloader radio file on the phone after having used Sachup. I haven't heard of it working for anyone. That said, you may want to do a clean install of both the OS by autoload and security wipe and then autoload the 1917 radio. Lot of hassle and time, I know from experience, but it seems to get rid of a number of problems.
    I was hoping to hear something different and this will be the path I will take if no one has the 1917 radio bar. Thanks.
    Last edited by jwarman; 06-05-13 at 04:00 PM. Reason: Forgot to quote KenV54
    06-05-13 03:59 PM
  15. ldudiaz's Avatar
    Which radio is better with .2354?> .1880, 1917 or 2009?

    Please post .2009 radio file also...
    For me the radio from 1880 worked very well and long battery life

    Posted via CB10
    06-06-13 02:22 PM
  16. PiotrJot's Avatar
    Sorry for a stupid question, but is there a way to inject the radio file to already installed OS, replacing the one installed with OS?
    06-06-13 02:43 PM
  17. HedoBum's Avatar
    Sorry for a stupid question, but is there a way to inject the radio file to already installed OS, replacing the one installed with OS?
    Just download the radio file you want to use (best to just download all of them) and run the loader for the one you're going to use. The loader will install the radio file over your existing radio...doesn't affect the OS.

    Posted via CB10 on a sexy Z10
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    06-06-13 03:48 PM
  18. PiotrJot's Avatar
    Just download the radio file you want to use (best to just download all of them) and run the loader for the one you're going to use. The loader will install the radio file over your existing radio...doesn't affect the OS.

    Posted via CB10 on a sexy Z10
    Hmmm....
    Something went wrong....

    Now my Z10 just blinks the red LED twice, then pause, and then again twice, and again...
    06-06-13 05:07 PM
  19. Shantanu Gupta's Avatar
    I have noticed an interesting thing with both my Q10 and Z10 (Limited Edition), If i flash the generic STL100-2/3/4 updates, I only get *null* and 2G in mobile network type. However, I get back all the normal options If I flash updates from UK (my LE is STL100-2, Q10 is SQN100-3). Does this mean different countries have different radios for the same device ?

    PS: My carrier uses GSM 900/UMTS 2100 (Airtel, Andhra Pradesh - India)
    06-06-13 05:46 PM
  20. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    Hmmm....
    Something went wrong....

    Now my Z10 just blinks the red LED twice, then pause, and then again twice, and again...
    If you used sachibar at all, loading a radio will brick your device, need to flash a lower version autoloader


    Posted via CB10
    06-06-13 05:47 PM
  21. PiotrJot's Avatar
    If you used sachibar at all, loading a radio will brick your device, need to flash a lower version autoloader


    Posted via CB10
    Thanks Kris for your answer.
    I figured it out: I had Link active while run the radio loader. Yes, I know... Should have read more carefully, and not do it around 'ghost hour' , as the midnight over here just passed.

    After getting the OS back I closed the Link, loaded radio again, and now I am gating back my backup loaded into Z10....
    06-06-13 06:06 PM
  22. jrcdpm's Avatar
    Kris,
    Can you add the radio for 2354 that lbfe made available for Verizon STL-100-4?
    06-06-13 11:09 PM
  23. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    Kris,
    Can you add the radio for 2354 that lbfe made available for Verizon STL-100-4?
    I will get to it this weekend.
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    06-06-13 11:44 PM
  24. WhiteSpir1t's Avatar
    Dang. Forgot I had Developer Mode on with Device Password and the core update prompted me for a password...This is good security.

    Looks like i'll be doing a 2354 with 1881 radio for the sake of battery

    Is there a way for me to grab the internet browser bar from 2342? I'd like to implant that into 2354...

    I was...: 2335 radio/2342 OS Though I've never tested, but not impressed with battery

    **Update #1: Radio ver. 2335 with OS 2354 while on 4G made my internet speed suck donkey balls. Flashing 1881 now...

    **Update #2: Radio ver. 1881 with OS 2354 while on 4G gained me an extra 190 pts on www.geekaphone.com from 2335/2354; no sachibar and security wipe were used in between radio updates.

    -Though the 1881/2354 combination was 47 pts less than 2335/2342 combination on geekaphone, I'll see if 1881 will help conserve battery...

    -MMS seems to be working again with 1881/2354

    -No email bugs as OP has described (didn't upgrade my apps either. maybe later.i will)

    -OS 2354 is BLAZINGLY FAST, feels light and no signs of jitter etc...

    -When testing internet speed, make a hand as if you're holding a cup; then allow the phone to rest above your index and thumb, while sitting by the window for reception. With that being said, your mileage may vary..

    548 pts: 1881/2354 battery combination
    Blackberry Z10 Radio Files STL100-2/3/4-img_00000001.jpg

    595 pts: 2335/2342 performance combination
    Blackberry Z10 Radio Files STL100-2/3/4-img_00000006.jpg

    358 pts: 2335/2354 donkey ball combination
    Blackberry Z10 Radio Files STL100-2/3/4-img_00000002.jpg
    Last edited by WhiteSpir1t; 06-07-13 at 06:06 AM.
    06-07-13 01:14 AM
  25. sdgandhi's Avatar
    Dang. Forgot I had Developer Mode on with Device Password and the core update prompted me for a password...This is good security.

    Looks like i'll be doing a 2354 with 1881 radio

    Oh yea. Does anyone have trouble with 2342 MMS? I can't seem to send any pictures; it just shows General Problems.

    I was...: 2335 radio/2342 OS Though I've never tested, but not impressed with battery

    **Update #1: Radio ver. 2335 with OS 2354 while on 4G made my internet speed suck donkey balls. Flashing 1881 now...

    **Update #2: Radio ver. 1881 with OS 2354 while on 4G gained me an extra 200 pts on www.geekaphone.com from 2335/2354; no sachibar and security wipe were used in between radio updates.

    358 pts: 2335/2354 combination (Donkey Ball speed)
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    So what's the Summary, which combination is best??
    06-07-13 02:20 AM
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