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  1. conite's Avatar
    While receiving call it will delay for some seconds dude remember

    Posted via CB10
    This "call delay" bug did not affect everyone, so it's hard to say if it will be "fixed" for you.

    A clean install of the OS (any OS) sometimes solves the problem.
    madh263362 likes this.
    07-12-16 07:13 AM
  2. akavbb's Avatar
    Is it just me or the Radio links are dead?
    07-12-16 10:02 AM
  3. CB-BB-BBM's Avatar
    Is it just me or the Radio links are dead?
    No it's not you.
    akavbb likes this.
    07-12-16 10:11 AM
  4. akavbb's Avatar
    Thanks for the information.
    Maybe they are not available anymore?
    07-12-16 10:26 AM
  5. brookie229's Avatar
    Thanks for the information.
    Maybe they are not available anymore?
    They never were available I don't think. You can use the previous OS radio files.
    07-12-16 10:36 AM
  6. conite's Avatar
    Thanks for the information.
    Maybe they are not available anymore?
    The first post details that there is no radio 2889. You have to use the radio from OS2876 (radio 2877). Links are there for that one too.
    07-12-16 10:37 AM
  7. Graham Fernando's Avatar
    I've made an update and this is what I got... is the update done properly...??
    OS 10.3.2.2888 Live Links (2877 radio) SR10.3.2.2848-img_20160712_220002.png

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    07-12-16 11:30 AM
  8. conite's Avatar
    I've made an update and this is what I got... is the update done properly...??

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    The OS, SR, and radio are reporting correctly.

    Did you install all of the apps?
    07-12-16 11:32 AM
  9. Graham Fernando's Avatar
    The OS, SR, and radio are reporting correctly.

    Did you install all of the apps?
    I just used an autoloader so I guess it would have... Or should I have to...??

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    07-12-16 11:43 AM
  10. conite's Avatar
    I just used an autoloader so I guess it would have... Or should I have to...??

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    You're OK then.
    07-12-16 11:46 AM
  11. Graham Fernando's Avatar
    You're OK then.
    Well then thanks .....

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    07-12-16 12:25 PM
  12. Graham Fernando's Avatar
    If I'm correct, in-app rotation is added to some apps.. before the update I didn't see this feature but now I can see it.. but only in some apps... not all...

    Posted via My Lovely Z30
    07-12-16 01:10 PM
  13. thurask's Avatar
    Maybe you turned off Rotation Lock?
    07-12-16 01:16 PM
  14. Mauri5io's Avatar
    OK! Have to admit it! I got tired of the 2876 number and I updated my passport just because of that!
    OS 10.3.2.2888 Live Links (2877 radio) SR10.3.2.2848-img_20160712_210323.png

    Posted with unlocked Passport AT&T
    07-12-16 02:17 PM
  15. sm88's Avatar
    Is the autoloader for the passport non destructive?

    Blackberry Passport (Imaginary 10.3.3)
    07-12-16 09:05 PM
  16. thurask's Avatar
    Is the autoloader for the passport non destructive?

    Blackberry Passport (Imaginary 10.3.3)
    No.
    07-12-16 09:08 PM
  17. CB-BB-BBM's Avatar
    Is the autoloader for the passport non destructive?

    Blackberry Passport (Imaginary 10.3.3)
    No auto loader is non destructive.
    07-12-16 10:14 PM
  18. conite's Avatar
    No auto loader is non destructive.
    Well, an autoloader made from a debrick file is destructive. But you can make one from a core OS, and it would be non-destructive. It would not contain the apps, but it can help you get out of a jam sometimes.
    07-12-16 10:20 PM
  19. CB-BB-BBM's Avatar
    Well, an autoloader made from a debrick file is destructive. But you can make one from a core OS, and it would be non-destructive. It would not contain the apps, but it can help you get out of a jam sometimes.
    Then that wouldn't be a true auto loader would it. And I don't think that was his question
    07-12-16 10:22 PM
  20. conite's Avatar
    Then that wouldn't be a true auto loader would it. And I don't think that was his question
    A "true" autoloader?

    Anyway, thurask had already answered regarding the specific autoloader in question. I was just responding to your more general statement.
    07-12-16 10:32 PM
  21. KenV54's Avatar
    Well, an autoloader made from a debrick file is destructive. But you can make one from a core OS, and it would be non-destructive. It would not contain the apps, but it can help you get out of a jam sometimes.
    Conite, if you make a nondestructive core OS autoloader, is that different from reloading the Core OS via Sachesi? Would such an autoloader clear out some left over OS corruption? When would you use it? I assume it leaves all the apps in place and doesn't change the home screen?

    Posted via CB10
    07-12-16 10:38 PM
  22. CB-BB-BBM's Avatar
    A "true" autoloader?

    Anyway, thurask had already answered regarding the specific autoloader in question. I was just responding to your more general statement.
    Yes I guess it was more general than No
    But thanks for responding.
    07-12-16 10:43 PM
  23. conite's Avatar
    Conite, if you make a nondestructive core OS autoloader, is that different from reloading the Core OS via Sachesi? Would such an autoloader clear out some left over OS corruption? When would you use it? I assume it leaves all the apps in place and doesn't change the home screen?

    Posted via CB10
    It would be the same, yes. It would be no better at cleaning out corruption either though. Apps would be unchanged.

    Sometimes if someone uses a radio autoloader on a device that was previously updated OTA or using Sachesi, they can brick the phone. Using a Core autoloader can bring it back to life.
    07-12-16 10:51 PM
  24. KenV54's Avatar
    It would be the same, yes. It would be no better at cleaning out corruption either though. Apps would be unchanged.

    Sometimes if someone uses a radio autoloader on a device that was previously updated OTA or using Sachesi, they can brick the phone. Using a Core autoloader can bring it back to life.
    Aha. Thanks. I remember the issue with the radio autoloaders.

    What we need is a corruption cleaning method for OS10 that doesn't wipe the phone. Strange that with Windows and Mac operating systems you can basically do that most of the time, even if it takes some work. The iOS doesn't seem to run into the corruption issues much, in my experience. I have no idea about Android.

    Posted via CB10
    07-12-16 10:58 PM
  25. thurask's Avatar
    Aha. Thanks. I remember the issue with the radio autoloaders.

    What we need is a corruption cleaning method for OS10 that doesn't wipe the phone. Strange that with Windows and Mac operating systems you can basically do that most of the time, even if it takes some work. The iOS doesn't seem to run into the corruption issues much, in my experience. I have no idea about Android.

    Posted via CB10
    The difference is that Windows and Mac (and rooted Android) let you poke around the core system configs and files. We don't have the level of control to trim the hedges in the user partition without burning down the whole forest.
    ppeters914 and rolfep like this.
    07-12-16 11:00 PM
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