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  1. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    tickerguy:

    Do you have a link for the 2026 radio autoloader?

    TIA

    docfreed
    Here's a link to an autoloader for the 10.1.0.2026 radio file from T-Mobile's 10.1.0.2006 OS.

    https://mega.co.nz/#!voJ0wCRa!MtEwBV...FhtOgEgMyEBszs
    docfreed likes this.
    06-26-13 04:03 PM
  2. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    I'm with AT&T running 2362 OS with 2063 Radio and my Visual Voice Mail works perfectly.
    Where did you get that from?

    AT&T shows that I'm up to date and I was running .2354 before installing .2062 yesterday.
    06-26-13 04:14 PM
  3. Norg's Avatar
    I used the 2354 build for a couple of weeks with decent success, however I eventually upgraded to OS 2062 on 06/22 noticed some performance improvements. Then following advice from a couple of CB heads, earlier today 06/26 I replaced my Radio with 2026. I'll give it a day or two to see how it compares to the 2063 Radio files that came with OS 2062.

    Hats off to all advanced contributors/programmers (Kris, lbfe, xsacha, mastercarhead1, DarcyTG, and others...) for contributing their time and efforts at helping make these advancements available for all CB members to benefit.
    Last edited by gliveron; 06-27-13 at 02:57 PM.
    06-26-13 05:12 PM
  4. tickerguy's Avatar
    tickerguy:

    Do you have a link for the 2026 radio autoloader?

    TIA

    docfreed
    I used Sachup to grab the current debrick files from T-Mobile (310 260) and then flashed the radio using Sachibar.
    06-26-13 05:16 PM
  5. tickerguy's Avatar
    I used the 2354 build for a couple of weeks with decent success, however I eventually upgraded to OS 2062 on 06/22 noticed some performance improvements and then earlier today 06/26 I changed my Radio to 2026. The performance improvements have truly been noticeable. Hats off to all advanced contributors/programmers (Kris, lbfe, xsacha, mastercardhead, DarcyTG, and others...) for contributing their time and efforts at helping make these advancements available for all CB members to benefit.
    Who published 2062 (Carrier)?
    06-26-13 05:18 PM
  6. Norg's Avatar
    Who published 2062 (Carrier)?
    Think I read TMob did, why you ask ?? Lbfe started it on 06/20.
    06-26-13 05:25 PM
  7. Jerry A's Avatar
    None that I have seen.

    There is an occasional situation that arises when it refuses to drop back to sleep mode but it's easily detected and when it happens a reboot clears it. It appears that this is one of the remaining issues that BlackBerry has with the 10.1 series of OS releases; the 23xx series appears to have this issue with HSPA+ connections generally (does not with 2G enabled only, and may not with LTE) but not with CDMA/LTE carriers (e.g. Verizon.)

    I've been running 2354/2026 (radio from 2006) for several weeks now and it is completely stable. Zero reboots and other than the misbehavior with occasionally refusing to drop all the way back to sleep it does the job.

    I've not yet played with the 10.2 versions extensively; they're not yet stable enough for me to get involved with them.
    Is the HSPA+ issue for all radios or just 2062?
    06-26-13 05:25 PM
  8. Norg's Avatar
    • Download the appropriate Autoloader. Your model number can be found under Settings › About › Model Number
    • Turn off your BlackBerry 10 device.
    • Run the downloaded Autoloader file.
    • When prompt shows “Connecting to Bootrom”, connect your device to your computer and turn it on.
    • If you have a password set on your device, type your password when prompted.
    • After your device restarts, complete the set up wizard.


    is lower os nr and release but Build 528900 from 31 may

    STL100-1_BB10_1_0D2.2062.528900
    STL100-2-3_BB10_1_0D2.2062.528900
    verizon_STL100-4_BB10_1_0D2.2062.528900

    updated stl100-2-3
    Think I read TMob did, why you ask ?? Lbfe started it on 06/20.
    06-26-13 05:30 PM
  9. tickerguy's Avatar
    Think I read TMob did, why you ask ?? Lbfe started it on 06/20.
    No, T-Mobile is 2006 version, 2025/2026 (OS/Radio)

    There's also apparently a 2050/2051 out there from carrier 302/220 that is pretty recent.

    Jerry, the HSPA issue appears to happen with radio files after ~2026ish. I can stop it completely by shutting off all but 2g radio service; I suspect the problem is that the phone is reselecting between 2g and 3g/4g service when it should not be, as it appears to run fine but power consumption goes WAY up when idle when it happens. With the 23xx series releases it appears to always happen on HSPA networks -- but not for those on CDMA service (e.g. Verizon.)
    06-26-13 05:31 PM
  10. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    Think I read TMob did, why you ask ?? Lbfe started it on 06/20.
    Lbfe mentioned that he pulled the 2062 OS off of a BlackBerry server.

    SILENCE!!! For I have spoken...
    06-26-13 07:40 PM
  11. Norg's Avatar
    No, T-Mobile is 2006 version, 2025/2026 (OS/Radio)

    There's also apparently a 2050/2051 out there from carrier 302/220 that is pretty recent.
    AT&T also recently launched the 2006 OS on 06/21 but then stopped it's rollout (to my knowledge) without any official explanation.

    As for 2050, this was released by Telus in Canada. As far as I know, they run STL100-3 devices.
    Last edited by gliveron; 06-26-13 at 09:35 PM.
    06-26-13 09:04 PM
  12. WEB2010's Avatar
    What's causing this OS for the battery to drained rapidly?

    Posted via Z10 at&t
    06-26-13 09:24 PM
  13. pili4's Avatar
    What's causing this OS for the battery to drained rapidly?

    Posted via Z10 at&t
    My battery lasts a good 12 hours (posted my usage earlier in the thread).

    On my sweet Z10 with CB10!
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    06-26-13 09:27 PM
  14. Norg's Avatar
    It's pretty simple if you have Battery Guru; idle drain should be 0.1 watt or less (actually a fraction of 0.1, but usually over 0.05 so it displays as 0.1 as a tile.)

    There is no settling time required; once the hub comes up the association is complete and the drain should drop to idle levels.

    With this radio it does not and remains around 0.3-0.4, which is where the 2355 radio was (and why I ditched it.)

    It doesn't take but a few minutes to detect this if you flash just the radio, and as soon as I flashed back to the 2006 radio idle drain went back to where it was.
    Tickerguy, I reinstalled 2026 radio, but my power drain at idle appears to be close to .4 Watts. Any advice? Can I force it to drop to a minimal consumption level or something??
    06-26-13 09:50 PM
  15. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    I've had this leak installed since yesterday and I have been off the charger since 7am with moderate usage all day. I always have bluetooth and wireless turned am constantly paired to my laptop and vehicles bluetooth which I can't live without. It is currently 11pm and I still have 29% charge.

    Battery guru is showing 1 watt consumption while using the phone to write this.

    Tomorrow I will follow up with more results since bi will be out of the office visiting customers.

    SILENCE!!! For I have spoken...
    06-26-13 10:05 PM
  16. tickerguy's Avatar
    If you're getting 0.4 watts and the phone has done its association thing (remember that it re-indexes the SD card on boot, so if you have a lot of media it may take a few minutes) then it's not going all the way to sleep.

    Assuming you have no active tiles (BeWeather, incidentally, WILL hold the phone out of sleep mode constantly which is a problem!) then you have a combination of carrier and radio that's causing trouble. I was running 2026 without this happening; I am now running 2063 (what was in the latest leak from lfbe) to see what I think of it.

    2026 occasionally got into a state where it would not sleep fully, but I never did manage to isolate exactly what caused it. If you're getting that condition then try a different radio flash; I load them non-destructively via either autoloader or Sashibar all the time and have not had it brick on me yet -- I know some people have had it happen though and wound up having to do a destructive reload to clear it.
    06-26-13 10:07 PM
  17. shotgunboss's Avatar
    It's pretty simple if you have Battery Guru; idle drain should be 0.1 watt or less (actually a fraction of 0.1, but usually over 0.05 so it displays as 0.1 as a tile.)

    There is no settling time required; once the hub comes up the association is complete and the drain should drop to idle levels.

    With this radio it does not and remains around 0.3-0.4, which is where the 2355 radio was (and why I ditched it.)

    It doesn't take but a few minutes to detect this if you flash just the radio, and as soon as I flashed back to the 2006 radio idle drain went back to where it was.
    Hmmmmm? What am I doing wrong?

    OS 10.1.0.2062 Release 10.1.0.2016-img_00000563.png

    Posted via CB10
    06-26-13 10:11 PM
  18. Talons_buddy's Avatar
    can someone re-upload for stl100-4? Please?
    Pili4 posted the re-up file on her google drive on page 6. Be sure to thank her for it.
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    06-26-13 10:25 PM
  19. tickerguy's Avatar
    Uh, nothing. That's what it should show when it's been idle for a bit.
    06-26-13 10:39 PM
  20. mkiiw's Avatar
    Thanks to lbfe, Kris, xsacha, DarcyTG, and all the contributors for this leak. And also thanks to 3hb78ftg re upload for file.

    This leak works awesome with me, I am from 2354, and the battery performance before is not the best, but with the improvements on smoothness I take the hit and change radio file to 1881 after.

    After I flash 2062, I only update alarm and camera to 10.2 leak and rest stay as is. I am on Telus HSPA 4G in Toronto area, I do seen a big big jump of battery performance. It is a very solid build, but I use it less than a day only
    3hb78ftg likes this.
    06-26-13 11:37 PM
  21. essojay#CB's Avatar
    Please can someone upload a direct link to this os 2062 STL100-1 google drive is appreciated.

    thanks

    bR
    06-27-13 06:06 AM
  22. rlchapin's Avatar
    STL100-4 on Verizon, with 2354. Installed 2062 radio last night. Tried 1881 radio, was miserable. (Battery and drops). I also have the VZW network extender at home. So I wanted a VZW specific radio. Will post some finding tonight.
    06-27-13 06:36 AM
  23. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    Please can someone upload a direct link to this os 2062 STL100-1 google drive is appreciated.

    thanks

    bR
    Welcome to Crackberry.

    This mirror was posted by Adam Szucs. Make sure to thank him when you see him. It's for Mega so I recommend using Chrome even though Firefox works as well.

    https://mega.co.nz/#!4R1A2BbK!WFd3IE...WeOKLRa8AFP4B8

    SILENCE!!! For I have spoken...
    maximusverus likes this.
    06-27-13 08:02 AM
  24. letmein13's Avatar
    Welcome to Crackberry.

    This mirror was posted by Adam Szucs. Make sure to thank him when you see him. It's for Mega so I recommend using Chrome even though Firefox works as well.

    https://mega.co.nz/#!4R1A2BbK!WFd3IE...WeOKLRa8AFP4B8

    SILENCE!!! For I have spoken...
    I just did. Thank you very much, Adam Szucs.
    06-27-13 08:19 AM
  25. jwarman's Avatar
    STL100-4 on Verizon, with 2354. Installed 2062 radio last night. Tried 1881 radio, was miserable. (Battery and drops). I also have the VZW network extender at home. So I wanted a VZW specific radio. Will post some finding tonight.
    I have been seeing great results with that combination on Verizon, even in my office where I used to get poor reception and thus poor battery life. I have to stay on cellular at my office as there is something about our office wifi network that causes excessive battery drain but I regularly get over 12 hours of battery life solely on cellular all day. When I get home I do put the phone on the wifi network there as battery drain is extremely good, sleep is 0.0W as it should be, but that is only a couple of hours in the evening. This is the best battery life I have seen on 10.1 for the STL100-4.
    06-27-13 08:31 AM
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