1. slpro's Avatar
    Use the same resources as your sfi

    Sent from my Lumia 800 using Board Express
    Already did that, with .sfi 523 over .649.
    Have to use the resources from a .523 install??
    09-12-12 07:25 AM
  2. zocster's Avatar
    Already did that, with .sfi 523 over .649.

    Have to use the resources from a .523 install??
    Hi, yes. 649 resources may not be compatible

    Sent from my Lumia 800 using Board Express
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    09-12-12 07:34 AM
  3. henxui25's Avatar
    My 4th day with RC5B, using .658 with the .523sfi. Results are excellent. However it would seem what works for one, doesn't always work for another. Finding the right combination can be a tricky process. Different devices, combination of apps, and geographical location. And I'm sure the carriers service books come into play too.
    I would advise anyone who is considering using a hybrid to read this thread and take advice from those that know. Personally I have a separate folder for each release, document what what changes I make. Lastly, choose a combination, install and let it settle for several days before making any further changes. We are all striving for perfection, but its not all about having the highest OS number for bragging rights, Its about getting an OS which works best for you, whether that is RC1 or RC5.
    Ill shut up now lol
    i can't find .658 for 9900? can u share your rom?
    09-12-12 07:56 AM
  4. Kaymau5's Avatar
    if i install this hybrid on my 9360, it wont be able to damage my phone or cause problems?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    09-12-12 07:59 AM
  5. Slayohslay's Avatar
    if i install this hybrid on my 9360, it wont be able to damage my phone or cause problems?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9360 using Tapatalk
    Nope, because this is Hybrid OS which is your Operating System, not your Hardware. You will be upgrading your OS, not your motherboard, ram, internal memory etc
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    09-12-12 08:01 AM
  6. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    henxui25 Its all part of the hybrid.... different parts from different OS's. It was explained a couple of pages back
    09-12-12 08:05 AM
  7. SheeB's Avatar
    So the radio seems to have stabilized itself, if that was even possible Today has been a day out of the twilight zone lol for real.

    edit - I hope the way this thing is acting is for today only my signal seems to have gotten worse than before...oh well, we'll see what happens.
    Well I've found .523 to run decent enough, but what I've found is make sure to set network to 3G only as the handset always seemed to want to drop back to EDGE or even GSM modes which was causing voice quality issues and random dropped calls due to poor hand-offs etc.
    09-12-12 08:07 AM
  8. henxui25's Avatar
    henxui25 Its all part of the hybrid.... different parts from different OS's. It was explained a couple of pages back
    u install .658 for 9810? is it true? canu guide me to install?
    09-12-12 08:07 AM
  9. ifraser's Avatar
    i can't find .658 for 9900? can u share your rom?
    658 sfi is only available for the 9810, The Hybrid OS is using the
    OS cods from the 9810 version and gives you 7.1.0.658 version
    on whatever device you have installed it on.

    Please use the RC5Beta Links in the 1st post if you wish to use the Hybrid and install this OS.
    09-12-12 08:08 AM
  10. siele's Avatar
    I love the RC5B, works perfectly on my 9900. Very smooth, no spinning clock. Very smooth browser. Very good battery life, it last whole 24 hours with normal usage. Been using BerryLicio.us since 9700.
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    09-12-12 08:10 AM
  11. henxui25's Avatar
    658 sfi is only available for the 9810, The Hybrid OS is using the
    OS cods from the 9810 version and gives you 7.1.0.658 version
    on whatever device you have installed it on.

    Please use the RC5Beta Links in the 1st post if you wish to use the Hybrid and install this OS.
    I can:
    - Install 7.1.0.658 for BB Torch 9810
    - Replace .658 sfi by .523 from first post
    - Replace RC5B (java and alx file only)
    - Rename Folder to 9900?

    is it right?
    09-12-12 08:17 AM
  12. Slayohslay's Avatar
    u install .658 for 9810? is it true? canu guide me to install?
    1. Download Base OS for your device / Official or Leaked. Install it first!
    2. Download RC 1 - 5 FULL PACKAGE if you're on 9900, Java only if you using other device.
    3. Delete everything inside your Loader File directory if you're using 9900, and paste all the Package of BL Ultimate RC Series for 9900, or copy all the Java Files that you already downloaded ( BL ULTIMATEM RC Java ) files into your Java folder os if youre using other device. MAKE SURE YOU COPY AND PASTE AND OVERWRITE IT!
    4. Shrink your OS *Optional
    5. Backup your data using DM, 3rd apps using BBsak/BBHtool.
    5. Wipe your Device using BBsak, BBHTool.
    6. Run Loader.exe
    7 Done!

    P/s ; Not a friendly installation guide but hope it helps
    Last edited by Slayohslay; 09-12-12 at 08:23 AM.
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    09-12-12 08:18 AM
  13. Slayohslay's Avatar
    I can:
    - Install 7.1.0.658 for BB Torch 9810
    - Replace .658 sfi by .523 from first post
    - Replace RC5B (java and alx file only)
    - Rename Folder to 9900?

    is it right?
    No, only use the specific OS for your device. You cannot simply use others OS for your base lol! i assume you using 9900? Dont mind the .658, when you install this Hybrid, your screen will eventually shows version 7.1.0.658!
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    09-12-12 08:22 AM
  14. henxui25's Avatar
    1. Download Base OS for your device / Official or Leaked. Install it first!
    2. Download RC 1 - 5 FULL PACKAGE if you're on9900, Java only if you using other device.
    3. Delete everything inside your Loader File directory if you're using 9900, and paste all the Package of BL Ultimate RC Series for 9900, or copy all the Java Files that you already downloaded ( BL ULTIMATEM RC Java ) files into your Java folder os if youre using other device. MAKE SURE YOU COPY AND PASTE AND OVERWRITE IT!
    4. Shrink your OS *Optional
    5. Backup your data using DM, 3rd apps using BBsak/BBHtool.
    5. Wipe your Device using BBsak, BBHTool.
    6. Run Loader.exe
    7 Done!

    P/s ; Not a friendly installation guide but hope its helps
    tks, i am wrong when i read BigwhiteUK's post above. tks u so much!
    which is your base rom bringing low-temperature for your bb? i use 9900
    Last edited by henxui25; 09-12-12 at 08:28 AM.
    09-12-12 08:24 AM
  15. Slayohslay's Avatar
    i can't find .658 for 9900? can u share your rom?
    .658 is only for Torch 9810. BB 9900 latest OS version is .649
    09-12-12 08:25 AM
  16. Slayohslay's Avatar
    tks, i am wrong when i read BigwhiteUK's post above
    which is base rom bringing low-temperature for your bb?
    You just download the .649 leak for 9900, download the full package of the RC build. There is no base rom that brings the low-temperature for our bb, its just the .sfi file playing around and the low-temperatured .sfi is .523 which is zocs and the team already includes inside the Full package for the Bold 9900
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    09-12-12 08:27 AM
  17. deezy87's Avatar
    is that windows 98 in the pic?
    NO lol I used the classic theme thing hhahahahahaha it looks more like XP as opposed to 98
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    09-12-12 08:34 AM
  18. deezy87's Avatar
    .523 but I think it is just my service provider having issues.
    I think my carrier has some issues as well, as I was getting SOS and pretty sh!tty signal all last night. No need to panic people lol
    09-12-12 08:38 AM
  19. deezy87's Avatar
    *****************************OS6 Update**************************

    BL Ultimate For OS6 RC1

    Available for 9300, 9700,9780 and 9800 using 6.0.0.650 sfi

    Here's the link:



    BL Ultimate OS6 rel 1.0.0 + SFI



    BL Ultimate OS6 rel 1.0.0 w/o SFI


    A treat for all those OS6 handset users out there who have been waiting patiently.

    Download and Enjoy.
    On the behalf of the OS 6 users, I'd like to thank Zocster, Ian, BerryLicious crew and the community for making things as seamless as possible. OS 6 users are going to like how their device responds to your build(s). Go get 'em!
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    09-12-12 08:41 AM
  20. speakeasytelecom's Avatar
    I have loaded the .649 base and used .523sfi and copy pasted RC5b over the Java and alx files and then shrinked to my choice.
    Its the 3rd day for me and it is Awesome !
    Hi Maxx

    I'm considering loading RC5B. I have just have been on RC5A for nearly a week and doing really well.
    I used .523 base for RC5A as you recommended. My question, is .649 base better to use instead of .523 with RC5B? I'm mostly on 2G and occasionally on 3G to save battery.

    Thanks for your advice in advance!
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    09-12-12 08:42 AM
  21. prithvi64's Avatar
    If this signal problem continues, I will load a patch to solve the signal strenght...

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    yes. even I noticed several dropped calls after hybrid OS while no such issue with official OS. probably, patch may solve the problem of signal.
    09-12-12 08:44 AM
  22. ifraser's Avatar
    Thanks SlayoSlay for answering that query, been a bit busy today,

    Please use the instructions provided on the 1st post to get the correct install for your device.

    If you have a 9900 there is a full OS package to suit also.
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    09-12-12 08:44 AM
  23. ifraser's Avatar
    Hi Maxx

    I'm considering loading RC5B. I have just have been on RC5A for nearly a week and doing really well.
    I used .523 base for RC5A as you recommended. My question, is .649 base better to use instead of .523 with RC5B? I'm mostly on 2G and occasionally on 3G to save battery.

    Thanks for your advice in advance!
    523 has been a really reliable base sfi and highly recommended.

    I am currently testing 649 sfi again as i had issue the previous time when it was 1st leaked.

    It still has the same issues where my phone randomly reboots if it loses wifi signal although apart from that the signal seems ok. No heat and battery is looking good.
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    09-12-12 08:47 AM
  24. deezy87's Avatar
    Wow...I had the random reboot sh!t after a few months of getting my 9900...upgraded the OS and haven't seen the problem since, those reboots really get the best of you.
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    09-12-12 08:51 AM
  25. agun888's Avatar
    I'm using 9900 with sfi 523 + BL rc5a, quite good and still wait newer 9900 sfi for reloading OS again.

    thank you so much to BL team for their great work

    And I want to share something about "about device version" (please correct me if I'm wrong, masters):

    example:
    7.1 bundle 1909 (v7.1.658, platform 5.1.0.393)

    a. 7.1.658 ==> refers to "net_rim_os.cod" version that installed
    b. 5.1.0.393 ==> refers to .sfi version that installed (for example : 9900 with 523 sfi, will show platform 5.1.0.393)

    see attachment for easy details

    Wow...I had the random reboot sh!t after a few months of getting my 9900...upgraded the OS and haven't seen the problem since, those reboots really get the best of you.
    I had a random reboot too.. from my experiences, it often happens when I use camera and the signal is "SOS or GSM"
    Sharma, have you had the same moment (when reboot happened) with me??
    Last edited by agun888; 09-12-12 at 09:11 AM. Reason: add quote
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    09-12-12 08:59 AM
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