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  1. conite's Avatar
    So 840 is better than 2240?

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    You won't get a definitive answer on that. Results vary by device, carrier, install method, user, and what you had for breakfast.

    Z30STA100-5/10.3.2.2204
    06-17-15 05:16 PM
  2. tdyhedge's Avatar
    Well everybody has bacon for breakfast, don't they?

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    06-17-15 05:19 PM
  3. teknoclash's Avatar
    will the autoloader for the Q10 work on sprint Q10?


    Posted via CB10
    06-17-15 05:30 PM
  4. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    will the autoloader for the Q10 work on sprint Q10?


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    Does it say it's for the Q10 then yes it for the Q10

    A genius in sheeps's clothing.
    06-17-15 05:33 PM
  5. KenV54's Avatar
    A genius in sheeps's clothing.
    Very effectively disguised.... :-)
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    06-17-15 05:40 PM
  6. teknoclash's Avatar
    Does it say it's for the Q10 then yes it for the Q10

    A genius in sheeps's clothing.
    Thanks. Most of the post talked of verizon, that's why I asked.

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    06-17-15 07:07 PM
  7. tw820's Avatar
    Ok,got a question. I have been loading leaks for a long time now,why is it after its done all the FB post and messages, etc for like the past 3 months show back up in the hub? Then I have to go thru and select each one and delete them! Am I the only one this happens to,and how the heck do I stop it?????

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    06-17-15 07:47 PM
  8. DSS900's Avatar
    Same issue here. Obviously, deleting on the bb10 device doesn't delete the message on the facebook server. Hence, they get reloaded when you update or upgrade the BlackBerry os.

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    06-17-15 07:55 PM
  9. scouts36's Avatar
    I just did a non destructive update from .798 to .840 in my Classic. .798 was very solid to me... No issues in the Sachessi update process.. took less than 30 minutes in all.
    Too soon to say anything about battery, so far all my apps are running, and no data was lost...
    Ill report in a couple of days any issues..
    06-17-15 07:57 PM
  10. wolfstar's Avatar
    From what I have it looks like 798 is the best of the three. Has all the good features of 840 and 2204 with no issues. At least on a Verizon Z30 STA100-3
    06-17-15 08:42 PM
  11. ZF_23's Avatar
    You say lowest version better than high version? Funny!
    06-17-15 08:49 PM
  12. snoop tiger's Avatar
    This OS best battery life in all 10.3.2

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    06-17-15 08:57 PM
  13. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    This OS best battery life in all 10.3.2

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    yes I totally agree.
    06-17-15 09:09 PM
  14. torcheredsole56's Avatar
    From what I have it looks like 798 is the best of the three. Has all the good features of 840 and 2204 with no issues. At least on a Verizon Z30 STA100-3
    Humbly disagree. A full autoloader install of 840 has been the best for me personally since the 10.2 days. My Z30 tolerated 10.3.1 but never "liked" it. 10.3.2.840 is like 10.2 all over again for me. Absolutely rock solid in everything I've tested, including radio (minus VVM but I don't care about or want it).

    This is one of the best "official" releases I've ever loaded.

    YMMV



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    06-17-15 09:11 PM
  15. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    Humbly disagree. A full autoloader install of 840 has been the best for me personally since the 10.2 days. My Z30 tolerated 10.3.1 but never "liked" it. 10.3.2.840 is like 10.2 all over again for me. Absolutely rock solid in everything I've tested, including radio (minus VVM but I don't care about or want it).

    This is one of the best "official" releases I've ever loaded.

    YMMV



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    Another one I agree with, and it's on my passport.
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    06-17-15 09:13 PM
  16. thatplaybookguy's Avatar
    But does it blend

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    Yup, Blends no problem over here
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    06-17-15 09:16 PM
  17. torcheredsole56's Avatar
    Another one I agree with, and it's on my passport.
    Hooray for "branches" :-p

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    06-17-15 09:18 PM
  18. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    Hooray for "branches" :-p

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    Yes I personally think this is the best by far 10.3.2 branch.

    A genius in sheeps's clothing.
    06-17-15 09:20 PM
  19. bigassociates@msn.com's Avatar
    Can you use these autoloaders on a Mac or PC?

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    06-17-15 09:41 PM
  20. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    Can you use these autoloaders on a Mac or PC?

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    pc is the best, but if your mac is partitioned you can also do it that way.
    06-17-15 09:45 PM
  21. KenV54's Avatar
    Yes I personally think this is the best by far 10.3.2 branch.

    A genius in sheeps's clothing.
    As noted several posts back, I'm seeing great performance and what seems like very good battery life with my "accidental" hybrid of 840 apps, 841 radio, and 2204 core OS. I can't nondestructively go back to 840, and wouldn't want to, anyway, because it would again cause the Andoid app failures. I would have to use the autoloader to get the 840 full OS and still have Android work. It's my understanding that it's the radio that has the most to do w battery life, anyway.

    So--who here, under these circumstances, would do an 840 autoload with all the hassle involved? Just curious.


    OS 10.3.2.840 Live Links & Autoloaders-img_20150617_214957.png
    06-17-15 10:02 PM
  22. anon(9208252)'s Avatar
    As noted several posts back, I'm seeing great performance and what seems like very good battery life with my "accidental" hybrid of 840 apps, 841 radio, and 2204 core OS. I can't nondestructively go back to 840, and wouldn't want to, anyway, because it would again cause the Andoid app failures. I would have to use the autoloader to get the 840 full OS and still have Android work. It's my understanding that it's the radio that has the most to do w battery life, anyway.

    So--who here, under these circumstances, would do an 840 autoload with all the hassle involved? Just curious.


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    That's usually the only way I do it, I set up like new every time, unless it's just a few bars to load then I use Darcy tools or sachesi.
    06-17-15 10:07 PM
  23. nardholio's Avatar
    As noted several posts back, I'm seeing great performance and what seems like very good battery life with my "accidental" hybrid of 840 apps, 841 radio, and 2204 core OS. I can't nondestructively go back to 840, and wouldn't want to, anyway, because it would again cause the Andoid app failures. I would have to use the autoloader to get the 840 full OS and still have Android work. It's my understanding that it's the radio that has the most to do w battery life, anyway.

    So--who here, under these circumstances, would do an 840 autoload with all the hassle involved? Just curious.


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    I was getting battery drain and slowdowns on 2204. I loaded the 841 radio and the one newer bar onto my Passport and it's been going great.
    06-17-15 10:14 PM
  24. KenV54's Avatar
    That's usually the only way I do it, I set up like new every time, unless it's just a few bars to load then I use Darcy tools or sachesi.
    OK, I understand the argument for autoloading rather than nondestructive loads, but my question is, with a well working hybrid in place as described, regardless of the roundabout way it got there, is there a point to doing an autoload now just to get the full 840 OS? I /almost/ did the 840 autoload this morning to fix my corrupted and malfunctioning 840/841 OS, but was able to rescue it with the nondestructive 2204 core OS load.

    And I'm even wondering if this hybrid isn't better than a full 840, but of course there's no way to test that. (Back in the stone age day of OS 7, I rarely had anything but a hybrid loaded, and we all thought the hybrids were better.)
    06-17-15 10:21 PM
  25. bigassociates@msn.com's Avatar
    Unfortunately it is not. I'm having the weirdest problem with my wife's Q10. I have a PC and it no longer registers on my computer. I've been trying to upgrade her OS (she's still has 10.2 since we're on Tmobile).

    If you have any additional suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. I've performed a hard boot, removed the sim and it still doesn't work.

    Cheers

    Posted via CB10
    06-17-15 10:27 PM
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