1. fergusd's Avatar
    I've got two identical Z10s running 3.2.2888 (with runtime added later) and 3.3.2205.
    1) Neither Browser is rapid, both exhibit hangs (or seriously long pauses) whilst loading pages. Maybe 3.3 just has the edge.
    2) 3.2 does not manage dimensioning well, when setting pics as background. 3.3 is fine.
    3) But (complete killer, for me): 3.2 can cope with a microcard that has been partitioned, 3.3 is hopeless - File Manager might select one or the other, seemingly at random, and never both.
    So I'll stick with 3.2.
    I know all these questions and comparisons and comments are becoming less and less relevant.
    (So: Ive got these two machines on the go and a third still in its box. Annoying that I can't downgrade the running 3.3 to 3.2. Haven't dared switch on the one in the box ...)
    07-31-17 03:25 AM
  2. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    less and less relevant....
    07-31-17 01:11 PM
  3. IggyBlue's Avatar
    I updated my Z30 a couple of weeks ago to 10.3.3.2205 and have only found one issue: I can no longer connect to my BlackBerry VM-605 via Bluetooth.

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    08-01-17 08:48 PM
  4. Draven94's Avatar
    I agree with point n.1 on 3.3

    Posted via CB10
    08-02-17 04:37 AM
  5. fergusd's Avatar
    On 3.2 and want to stay there, NOT advance to 3.3. I have turned off auto update, but I get very annoying repetitious notifications that the update is available. Can I turn them off too?

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    08-06-17 09:20 AM
  6. IggyBlue's Avatar
    I was getting that notification every day for 2 months. I agree. Quite annoying. I couldn't find any way to turn it off. I ended up just updating a few weeks ago. I have had no issues except for the fact that one of my Bluetooth devices no longer connects.

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    08-06-17 09:26 AM
  7. fergusd's Avatar
    Thanks. My experience of 3.3 is by autoloading from Google Drive. Then access to microdrive via File Manager broke. For me, a major disaster. Perhaps if I allow an update over the air, with microdrive in place and working properly, the update will not break it. If updates were reversible this would not pose such a risk, but they're not so it does! Hmm. I don't want to put up with these notifications forever .. .. Thanks again.

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    08-06-17 09:49 AM
  8. wingnut666's Avatar
    did you delete the device and rediscover it?

    Posted via CBX
    08-06-17 09:50 AM
  9. conite's Avatar
    On 3.2 and want to stay there, NOT advance to 3.3. I have turned off auto update, but I get very annoying repetitious notifications that the update is available. Can I turn them off too?

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    Start the download manually and then hit cancel. Make sure auto is still turned off.
    08-06-17 09:54 AM
  10. IggyBlue's Avatar
    I've got no Bluetooth issue with 10.3.3 after all. Turns out I was not pairing properly.

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    08-07-17 06:49 PM
  11. scrannel's Avatar
    What in particular issues do you believe you're going to have with 10.3.3? I'm on a Z30 and wife has a classic, both on 10.3.3 w/o issues.
    08-08-17 09:29 AM
  12. fergusd's Avatar
    Just the one. But it's very annoying and disabling. Using File Manager, 3.2 can distinguish all partitions on a partitioned microdrive, if one is mounted at the back of the device. And without limit on capacity, as far as I can tell, despite what the literature asserts. I have no trouble with a SanDisk 200G. 3.3 cannot. Goodness knows how, why this capability was lost. 3.3 just picks up one partition, and has no idea there are others (

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    08-12-17 02:22 AM
  13. wingnut666's Avatar
    so re-partition it as one.

    Posted via CBX
    08-12-17 07:30 AM
  14. djsvet's Avatar
    Just the one. But it's very annoying and disabling. Using File Manager, 3.2 can distinguish all partitions on a partitioned microdrive, if one is mounted at the back of the device. And without limit on capacity, as far as I can tell, despite what the literature asserts. I have no trouble with a SanDisk 200G. 3.3 cannot. Goodness knows how, why this capability was lost. 3.3 just picks up one partition, and has no idea there are others (

    Posted via CB10
    I am curious why make more than one partition on memory card? I can think of so many issues and only one benefit vs folders separation: one click less to access the partitioned space vs folder.

    Posted via CB10
    08-12-17 08:23 AM
  15. fergusd's Avatar
    >> so repartition it as one
    Well, I could, of course. Thanks for the suggestion. But it's irritating and inexplicable to lose real capability merely as a consequence of "upgrading" from 3.2 to 3.3.
    >> why more than one
    P1 is FAT32 Knoppix boot 8gb. The rest is exFAT file system approx 180gb for "my stuff" easily accessible when USB cabled into any PC. If everything was on a single partition P1 it would be unwieldy but also would be constantly under review by BB10 which would include housekeeping e.g. all pdf's visible in File Manager, all png's and jpg's appearing in photos/ (not at all what one wants), and similar. P2 is not reviewed in this way. Efficient, neat, wieldy and, useful to some, discreet.

    Posted via CB10
    08-12-17 12:13 PM

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