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  1. scruffy101's Avatar
    That's more like it... thanks as always Lyr!

    i see in 3g you have bands 1,2,5,6 i am on t-mobile uk and only show bands 1,4,8 is this correct ?
    07-30-11 07:10 PM
  2. satanberry's Avatar
    I'm still wondering how the OP got .638 and now .643 from DM. Seems strange that the carrier would approve 2 OSes so quickly.

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    07-30-11 09:13 PM
  3. Phill_UK's Avatar
    i see in 3g you have bands 1,2,5,6 i am on t-mobile uk and only show bands 1,4,8 is this correct ?
    No, not for the UK... your 3G bands are correct for T-Mobile US though

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    07-30-11 09:24 PM
  4. Phill_UK's Avatar
    Seems strange that the carrier would approve 2 OSes so quickly
    ...and only give them to ONE of their customers

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    07-30-11 09:57 PM
  5. donay's Avatar
    can i get sfi too
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    07-30-11 11:05 PM
  6. zocster's Avatar
    can i get sfi too
    Its on the multiupload link here is mirror http://www.mediafire.com/?w4xxwooo4dod1hw

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    07-30-11 11:17 PM
  7. NX's Avatar
    I'll trying this OS ..
    Last edited by NX; 07-31-11 at 12:42 AM.
    07-31-11 12:22 AM
  8. jhwo99's Avatar
    Thanks!< but I get the following error: Java\CMRead_v60.cod: This file contains invalid data. (error 11FB)

    Any suggestions?
    07-31-11 01:32 AM
  9. zocster's Avatar
    So fellow hybrid builders noticed quincy ... sends error report to sqaquincy @ rim dot net. Not in any of the alx, so must have been pushed to the TMo phones somewhat.

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    07-31-11 01:36 AM
  10. Phill_UK's Avatar
    So fellow hybrid builders noticed quincy ... sends error report to sqaquincy @ rim dot net. Not in any of the alx, so must have been pushed to the TMo phones somewhat
    I noticed those cods while I was manually shrinking the OS.
    Definitely not pushed though... it's in the feedback alx I believe
    07-31-11 01:48 AM
  11. zocster's Avatar
    I noticed those cods while I was manually shrinking the OS.
    Definitely not pushed though... it's in the feedback alx I believe
    Nope just rechecked. Definitely not there

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    07-31-11 02:33 AM
  12. CelticBerry's Avatar
    I noticed those cods while I was manually shrinking the OS.
    Definitely not pushed though... it's in the feedback alx I believe
    Yes, there was Quincy, Battery log, and bug report from the T-Mobile pushed OS - these probably want to be removed.

    CB
    07-31-11 04:01 AM
  13. infinus's Avatar
    after all this debacle..
    some one put some review on upgraded OS..
    some one...
    07-31-11 04:20 AM
  14. zocster's Avatar
    Thing is, people use their devices differently, and a standard review just doesn't cut it. Different carriers too can cause a variety of batt drain rates. I find it to be ǾkỲ so far. Give it a spin, 480 and 600 are what I understand to be the most stable for delta. I have only just come on the scene two weeks ago.

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    07-31-11 04:26 AM
  15. CelticBerry's Avatar
    I thought people might be interested to see one last thing - the various options listed as previous possible installs via DM OTA... Most of which I'd never heard of before! See attached image.

    CB
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    07-31-11 05:09 AM
  16. jhwo99's Avatar
    Probably I am the only one with this problem.

    I replace and copy some files, install without using the installer and everything works fine now with All languages!.

    Thanks CB.
    07-31-11 05:11 AM
  17. Elite1's Avatar
    Sure sounds like someone found the golden ticket. Wonder was this an accident?
    Hope someone finds something exciting for my Torch too
    In the meantime, enjoy you lucky 9780-ers!

    Anyway, here's my short-version OS install guide if anyone needs a refresher...

    ELITE1's Quick OS6 UPGRADE GUIDE

    1. (Optional) Uninstall any previous OS from your PC.
    2. Download OS to PC. Use Internet Explorer to do so, not Firefox or Chrome. (For leaked versions, the browser is irrelevant though.)
      *If 100% certain you've previously used FF or Chrome on same PC to DL an OS successfully, feel free to use FF or Chrome again.
    3. Following successful DL, run OS file to install OS on PC.
    4. On BB, go to BBM Options, scroll down to Backup section. Ensure Remote Backup is enabled AND also conduct a Local Backup to media card.
    5. Go through any 3rd party apps that have option to save settings to media card, and conduct Backup to media card from menu within each of these apps. (Examples: all Bellshare apps such as BerryBuzz & BerryWeather; QuickLaunch; Shao's apps such as Wallpaper Changer & SixTools; Show Me The Images; etc).
    6. Connect BB to PC. Open DM and backup device. Close DM.
    7. (Optional) Use desktop program like BBSAK or BBMCP to backup 3rd party apps.
    8. On PC, navigate to
      64-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
      32-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
    9. (Optional/Recommended) Run BB Boss v2.2 or Shrink-A-OS/BBH+ Tool.
    10. In same AppLoader file where you deleted Vendor, double-click on Loader to initiate OS upgrade. Follow onscreen instructions.
    11. After OS install is complete, perform several physical battery pulls over first 1-2 days for OS to "settle in." Perform first batt pull very soon after OS is installed.


    PS I've posted this before in other threads, but there always seems to be some people that appreciate a step-by-step each time.
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    07-31-11 06:09 AM
  18. laurah2215's Avatar
    So, installed this and my email set up wasn't working. So, installed again and it still wasn't working. So, I deleted the email set up and downloaded it again and everything seems to be working okay.I seem to have less memory, although that's probably because of Radio.
    07-31-11 06:12 AM
  19. bagsabhi's Avatar
    i have .600 installed.. worth installing .643 or its fine what i have ??? thnks...
    07-31-11 07:43 AM
  20. laurah2215's Avatar
    i have .600 installed.. worth installing .643 or its fine what i have ??? thnks...
    You're probably okay to stick with .600. I have less memory with .643 as a result of this OS installing Radio, which for me is a pretty useless app. Plus, I've noticed a 'bug'. Some of my applications seem to be 'duplicated' when I look at them in Application Management. BB Protect, BB ID and Email Set Up (which I had issues with) were all listed twice under Application Management, which did not occur for me in previous OS versions. Weird? I was able to fix Protect by uninstalling 'both' apps and reinstalling Protect. I'm too afraid to touch the Email Set Up app after the issues I've had with it.
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    07-31-11 07:58 AM
  21. diegonei's Avatar
    Sure sounds like someone found the golden ticket. Wonder was this an accident?
    Hope someone finds something exciting for my Torch too…
    In the meantime, enjoy you lucky 9780-ers!

    Anyway, here's my short-version OS install guide if anyone needs a refresher...

    ELITE1's Quick OS6 UPGRADE GUIDE

    1. (Optional) Uninstall any previous OS from your PC.
    2. Download OS to PC. Use Internet Explorer to do so, not Firefox or Chrome. (For leaked versions, the browser is irrelevant though.)
      *If 100% certain you've previously used FF or Chrome on same PC to DL an OS successfully, feel free to use FF or Chrome again.
    3. Following successful DL, run OS file to install OS on PC.
    4. On BB, go to BBM Options, scroll down to Backup section. Ensure Remote Backup is enabled AND also conduct a Local Backup to media card.
    5. Go through any 3rd party apps that have option to save settings to media card, and conduct Backup to media card from menu within each of these apps. (Examples: all Bellshare apps such as BerryBuzz & BerryWeather; QuickLaunch; Shao's apps such as Wallpaper Changer & SixTools; Show Me The Images; etc).
    6. Connect BB to PC. Open DM and backup device. Close DM.
    7. (Optional) Use desktop program like BBSAK or BBMCP to backup 3rd party apps.
    8. On PC, navigate to
      •64-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
      •32-bit: Computer/C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research In Motion/AppLoader and delete file therein called Vendor.
    9. (Optional/Recommended) Run BB Boss v2.2 or Shrink-A-OS/BBH+ Tool.
    10. In same AppLoader file where you deleted Vendor, double-click on Loader to initiate OS upgrade. Follow onscreen instructions.
    11. After OS install is complete, perform several physical battery pulls over first 1-2 days for OS to "settle in." Perform first batt pull very soon after OS is installed.


    PS I've posted this before in other threads, but there always seems to be some people that appreciate a step-by-step each time.
    Aw gee, it's like having ML back. ><

    You're probably okay to stick with .600. I have less memory with .643 as a result of this OS installing Radio, which for me is a pretty useless app. Plus, I've noticed a 'bug'. Some of my applications seem to be 'duplicated' when I look at them in Application Management. BB Protect, BB ID and Email Set Up (which I had issues with) were all listed twice under Application Management, which did not occur for me in previous OS versions. Weird? I was able to fix Protect by uninstalling 'both' apps and reinstalling Protect. I'm too afraid to touch the Email Set Up app after the issues I've had with it.
    That's unusual. If I were you, I'd go for the nuke-install (wipe and load) to prevent soch issues. Radio, do you mean BlackBerry Radio? So, did ID and Radio become part of the release? That would be nice. I noticed the latest 9790 leak has Navita Translator in it. Wonder if RIM is going to add more stuff to our releases...

    On memory, consider shrinking the OS prior to instalation. We might not be able to delete some apps after they are instlled, but we can prevent them from being loaded to begin with!
    Last edited by diegonei; 07-31-11 at 05:42 PM.
    07-31-11 05:36 PM
  22. zocster's Avatar
    You can delete them cods with bbsak or bbmcp O˚˚ooh mastah genius

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    07-31-11 05:54 PM
  23. mikeplus1's Avatar
    You could even probably delete them with BBBoss or BBHTools post install.
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    07-31-11 06:05 PM
  24. laurah2215's Avatar
    Thanks for the suggestions, guys. For the duplicated apps I've managed to eliminate all of them by deleting and re-loading. The only one I was hesitant to try to fix was the email set-up app because of previous issues with it. So, under my Application Management it still shows that I have two Email Set Up applications. I've left BlackBerry Radio on my device, despite the fact that I can't see myself actually using it. If it really drains my device I'll delete the cod at a later date. Thanks for the suggestions.
    07-31-11 06:29 PM
  25. abel1015's Avatar
    I realise that this OS.643cods can work on other devices by replacing some cods... If I made it to my 9700... It can also be use for other devices running OS6... That's what I think...

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    07-31-11 08:35 PM
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