1. UnderBerry's Avatar
    Trying "Yvon" today. Will let you know of my results with it (9700) in a few days. Thanks wu-wei
    03-27-12 10:59 AM
  2. phoreoneone's Avatar
    thanks!

    this hybrid names reminds me of the show: Yvon of the Yukon!

    Sent from my BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps using Tapatalk
    03-27-12 04:43 PM
  3. radi33idar's Avatar
    Just would like to confirm that Yvon works perfectly on Curve 9300's as well!
    Battery usage is as good as Berry V6 on a .723 base. Great job wu-wei, and thanks for sharing!
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    03-27-12 08:29 PM
  4. sharaz47's Avatar
    Waiting for .557 release

    Thx
    03-28-12 12:00 PM
  5. wu-wei's Avatar
    03-28-12 12:19 PM
  6. sharaz47's Avatar
    now that .557 is out ... Waiting for the new release
    03-28-12 02:17 PM
  7. wu-wei's Avatar
    now that .557 is out ... Waiting for the new release
    Which 557 is out? Leaked or official? Donde esta?
    03-28-12 03:11 PM
  8. Louey's Avatar
    Installed Yvon on my 9700. Getting a Uncaught exception: OlympiaRenderEngine Factory not inialized error when I try and use the BB browser. Have I removed something that might have caused this?
    Thanks...
    03-28-12 06:50 PM
  9. Louey's Avatar
    Installed Yvon on my 9700. Getting a Uncaught exception: OlympiaRenderEngine Factory not inialized error when I try and use the BB browser. Have I removed something that might have caused this?
    Thanks...
    *EDIT* I've done a system read on the phone...do I post the list of whats in the txt or the txt file itself?
    Last edited by Louey; 03-28-12 at 07:31 PM. Reason: Created a read...
    03-28-12 07:06 PM
  10. sharaz47's Avatar
    Which 557 is out? Leaked or official? Donde esta?
    Official by

    Dialog Sri Lanka
    Grameephone
    03-29-12 12:50 AM
  11. ench18's Avatar
    now that .557 is out ... Waiting for the new release
    What .557? link???
    03-29-12 01:16 AM
  12. sharaz47's Avatar
    What .557? link???
    Sorry

    are 7.0.0.557 for 9790
    03-29-12 02:08 AM
  13. ench18's Avatar
    Sorry

    are 7.0.0.557 for 9790
    Thats what i thought. But good look'en out though.
    03-29-12 02:12 AM
  14. radi33idar's Avatar
    Just would like to confirm that Yvon works perfectly on Curve 9300's as well!
    Battery usage is as good as Berry V6 on a .723 base. Great job wu-wei, and thanks for sharing!
    After 4 days, I can confirm that battery drain/hour is a lot lesser than the previously mentioned version installed. In fact Tiny Meter reported min: 0%/hr and an average of - 2.9%/hr. Isn't it cool?

    Will report on memory leak after a couple of weeks use.
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    03-29-12 06:52 AM
  15. wedgethx's Avatar
    Installed this couple days ago on my 9700. I shrunk the base .723 then copied this one over. With all my apps on, still over 70+MB free. No issues or errors seen. Battery is much better than Berry V6 and stock .668. Also no mem leaks so far.
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    03-29-12 08:41 AM
  16. anon1937793's Avatar
    Can anybody directly compare this to Xarles? I have Xarles installed and it works perfectly... Don't see the need to go through another upgrade process unless someone says there's something significantly better!
    03-29-12 10:14 AM
  17. leontam's Avatar
    After a few days for usage and observation, does different themes cause different levels of memory leakage and battery drainage?

    Out of all the themes, seems like leebo 4.0.2 (os6 like panels themes) is the most stable of all in my experience.

    I've tried leebo 1.7.4 Hidden Today version and some other fancier ones downloaded and installed from some other Chinese sites, seems like they are causing a bigger battery and memory stress on the phone.

    Note: I'm not trying to "brown nose" anybody , just my observations, and Wu, sorry for not choosing your premium leeboultradock, for it doesn't give me quick "Today" access and I use universal search...
    03-29-12 05:47 PM
  18. wu-wei's Avatar
    After a few days for usage and observation, does different themes cause different levels of memory leakage and battery drainage?

    Out of all the themes, seems like leebo 4.0.2 (os6 like panels themes) is the most stable of all in my experience.

    I've tried leebo 1.7.4 Hidden Today version and some other fancier ones downloaded and installed from some other Chinese sites, seems like they are causing a bigger battery and memory stress on the phone.

    Note: I'm not trying to "brown nose" anybody , just my observations, and Wu, sorry for not choosing your premium leeboultradock, for it doesn't give me quick "Today" access and I use universal search...
    I'm sure ench will weigh in on this topic, as he has seen similar performance from several different themes. I believe he is running a variant of leebo6 as well.
    03-29-12 05:53 PM
  19. phoreoneone's Avatar
    This is only 17 hours into the hybrid installation.
    03-29-12 07:19 PM
  20. phoreoneone's Avatar
    Can anybody directly compare this to Xarles? I have Xarles installed and it works perfectly... Don't see the need to go through another upgrade process unless someone says there's something significantly better!
    Apparently the battery life and memory leak is supposed to be better on this version. I'm only 17 hours into this hybrid after leaving Xarles; so ill let you know in a couple of days.
    Last edited by phoreoneone; 03-29-12 at 07:31 PM.
    03-29-12 07:22 PM
  21. leontam's Avatar
    This is only 17 hours into the hybrid installation.
    How'd you manage to get -119.x% battery drain per hour?
    Last edited by leontam; 03-30-12 at 12:04 PM.
    03-30-12 01:08 AM
  22. ench18's Avatar
    After a few days for usage and observation, does different themes cause different levels of memory leakage and battery drainage?

    Out of all the themes, seems like leebo 4.0.2 (os6 like panels themes) is the most stable of all in my experience.

    I've tried leebo 1.7.4 Hidden Today version and some other fancier ones downloaded and installed from some other Chinese sites, seems like they are causing a bigger battery and memory stress on the phone.

    Note: I'm not trying to "brown nose" anybody , just my observations, and Wu, sorry for not choosing your premium leeboultradock, for it doesn't give me quick "Today" access and I use universal search...
    To answer your question about "Do different themes cause different levels of memory and battery drainage"?

    My answer to a theme memory drainage is YES! There are allot of themes that do slowly drain device memory. Especially themes that are above 800kb (size of theme) may show slow/fast memory drainage. I've bought,tested,used free themes allot over the years. Plus i've learned to use "ONE" useful and efficient theme that's out there right now and that is the "[email protected] themes". I think i have ALL of them?
    But you have to keep in mind... memory drainage doesn't always come from themes in general. Applications also show memory drainage.

    Battery drain on a theme? Hmm.. i don't think a theme would drain your battery..Unless you have a bunch of apps open. That will drain your battery.

    One advice... If you've used a certain theme that never gave you a memory drain that worked for you. Stick to it! Lesser problems.
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    03-30-12 01:54 AM
  23. ench18's Avatar
    @ leontam - Just to add - I have a certain way of keeping my device memory idling at around 117MB (that includes 21 Apps and a theme). If i need other apps, i keep them stored in my memory card. I just keep the apps that i know i use on a daily basis on my device.
    03-30-12 02:15 AM
  24. leontam's Avatar
    @ leontam - Just to add - I have a certain way of keeping my device memory idling at around 117MB (that includes 21 Apps and a theme). If i need other apps, i keep them stored in my memory card. I just keep the apps that i know i use on a daily basis on my device.
    I had never thought of storing the seldom used apps on my memory card. Great idea.
    03-30-12 12:06 PM
  25. ComputerJAM's Avatar
    Excellent work Wu-Wei.

    Hybrid loaded wonderfully, and has been working perfectly since.

    Great job!
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    03-30-12 05:57 PM
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