1. souleyman's Avatar
    Downloaded both .861 and .865 base,how do I combine both to used with RC13 for use on my 9900.Thanks.
    03-04-13 07:25 PM
  2. souleyman's Avatar
    It aint...........lol,my issue is,after loading RC13 + .861 base,phone says v7.1.0.861 bundle 2364 .Guess update went wrong!
    03-04-13 07:29 PM
  3. Sator's Avatar
    Downloaded both .861 and .865 base,how do I combine both to used with RC13 for use on my 9900.Thanks.
    IMO it's useless since RC13 already used .865 base (all native apps are from .865 eg: compass, data tags etc). But if you insit wanna do it, ofcourse it is at your own risk: You have to copy BB themes, games (if you use it), virtual keyboard cods from .861 and paste them to .865 base.

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    03-04-13 07:42 PM
  4. Sator's Avatar
    It aint...........lol,my issue is,after loading RC13 + .861 base,phone says v7.1.0.861 bundle 2364 .Guess update went wrong!
    It means you have plain OS .861 on your phone now not RC13. Install fresh .861 (uninstall other OSes on your PC), copy and paste RC13 Java folder to your base installation, shrink it and you're ready to go...

    With RC13 intalled on your device, it will show like this:
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    03-04-13 07:47 PM
  5. souleyman's Avatar
    Thanks,copied loud and clear. Doing a fresh installation as we speak.

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    03-04-13 07:55 PM
  6. Sator's Avatar
    Thanks,copied loud and clear. Doing a fresh installation as we speak.

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    No problem, Good luck with your installation...

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    03-04-13 08:03 PM
  7. ivar_sergeivich's Avatar
    You can shrink plan cods but do not shrink Task cod, it will cause missingresources exception, use BBHtools to shrink (don't do it manually except you're an advance user). With standard OS we'll also get an app. Control IVHG error in event log whenever we open up app. Management. We can't read the module properties anymore, BB changed it since a few OSes back.
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    Thanks Sator for the explanation,really cleared up everything and thanks to bigwhiteUK and sharma0702 for your info in shrinking the os,really appreciated!now my blackberry 9900 running smooth with bl rc13 in 861 base,lovin it
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    03-04-13 11:22 PM
  8. deezy87's Avatar
    Not a problem, glad you got your stuff sorted out!
    03-04-13 11:38 PM
  9. hieupham's Avatar
    Attached Supported MultiLang for RC13, use base .861/.865
    Thnx the whole team and mr Sator for releasing the RC13, I believe for sure that this will be an awesome update to the already cool 861 base.
    Mr Sator has also nailed out the Multilanguage folder, but sadly, there is no Vietnamese language in there.

    Can I copy the files inside the JAVA folder of the RC13 and paste them on top of those ones in the Asian Telecom 861? (That actually contains the Vnmese cods)
    Coz if I copy the whole RC13 Java folder and replace the whole 861 base Java (ending with only the English cods) ?

    Or could u pls upload the Vnmese cods so I paste them on top after pasting the RC13 Java files on top of the 861?

    Thxn in advanced,
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    03-05-13 12:46 AM
  10. Phly_kid's Avatar
    Its already done but is it wise to run RC xmas edition with 861 base? I decided to try supercharge my 861 base but for some reason, and after a long sleep i'm thinking maybe I did more harm than good by running (what could be old CODS) over the fresh 861 ones. Maybe I just need abit more convincing to try RC13.
    03-05-13 01:03 AM
  11. Mi.key's Avatar
    It means you have plain OS .861 on your phone now not RC13...
    I installed RC13 (non-861sfi) over 861 base + 746 SFI. Mine shows 825, is that correct?
    03-05-13 01:15 AM
  12. Sator's Avatar
    I installed RC13 (non-861sfi) over 861 base + 746 SFI. Mine shows 825, is that correct?
    Yes you're correct, it shows .825, and Help screen shows .865

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    03-05-13 01:27 AM
  13. Sator's Avatar
    Its already done but is it wise to run RC xmas edition with 861 base? I decided to try supercharge my 861 base but for some reason, and after a long sleep i'm thinking maybe I did more harm than good by running (what could be old CODS) over the fresh 861 ones. Maybe I just need abit more convincing to try RC13.
    IMO...RC13 is better than Xmas edition.

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    03-05-13 01:28 AM
  14. hieupham's Avatar
    Yes you're correct, it shows .825, and Help screen shows .865

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    mr Sator, pls help with the Vnmese input files (keyboard), I use the English display language anyway; just need the input.

    Thnx
    03-05-13 01:35 AM
  15. Sator's Avatar
    mr Sator, pls help with the Vnmese input files (keyboard), I use the English display language anyway; just need the input.

    Thnx
    You can use base .861 Asia for the vi cods.

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    03-05-13 01:37 AM
  16. ifraser's Avatar
    Just updated my phone's software (Digicel v7.1.0.861 bundle 2364 + BL RC13). Now when I check phone's software version I see v7.1.0.865 bundle 2428).
    Can someone explain this?
    RC13 Uses the 865 OS files as a base,

    The files that you used from 861 were only the essential files that the phone requires that we
    dont include in the hybrid, and the sfi file because there isnt an 865 for your device officially.
    03-05-13 02:15 AM
  17. Phly_kid's Avatar
    IMO...RC13 is better than Xmas edition.

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    I'll try it in a few hours and see.
    03-05-13 02:57 AM
  18. hieupham's Avatar
    You can use base .861 Asia for the vi cods.

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    Is that correct - I copy the files themselves from the RC13 folder and paste them into the Java folder 861?
    Not the whole RC13 java folder but just the inside files?
    03-05-13 03:31 AM
  19. Sator's Avatar
    Is that correct - I copy the files themselves from the RC13 folder and paste them into the Java folder 861?
    Not the whole RC13 java folder but just the inside files?
    Use base .861 and .861 SFI frm Telecom New Zealand, copy and paste RC13 Java folder to your base installation (overwrite it), shrink it and you're ready to go...

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    03-05-13 04:19 AM
  20. hieupham's Avatar
    Use base .861 and .861 SFI frm Telecom New Zealand, copy and paste RC13 Java folder to your base installation (overwrite it), shrink it and you're ready to go...

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    Thanks,
    The problem is that the 861 Java base (Asian) contains the VI cods, if I paste the RC13 Java (that only contains the GB, US cods), then the base JAVA folder will be overwritten completely with the RC13 Java folder.

    While paste the inside files from RC13 folder into the 861 base Java will only over-write the files and leaving the VI cods there.
    03-05-13 04:31 AM
  21. Sator's Avatar
    Thanks,
    The problem is that the 861 Java base (Asian) contains the VI cods, if I paste the RC13 Java (that only contains the GB, US cods), then the base JAVA folder will be overwritten completely with the RC13 Java folder.

    While paste the inside files from RC13 folder into the 861 base Java will only over-write the files and leaving the VI cods there.
    Your base .861 Asia contains the vi cods, and RC13 has no vi cods, so RC13 won't overwrite the .861 Asia vi cods. Don't worry, you'll still have the vi cods even you overwrite your Java base.861 Asia with RC13 Java folder (RC13 only overwrites the english US and UK.)

    Edit: Do not replace your Java base .861 Asia, just overwrite it.

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    03-05-13 04:54 AM
  22. hieupham's Avatar
    Your base .861 Asia contains the vi cods, and RC13 has no vi cods, so RC13 won't overwrite the .861 Asia vi cods. Don't worry, you'll still have the vi cods even you overwrite your Java base.861 Asia with RC13 Java folder (RC13 only overwrites the english US and UK.)

    Edit: Do not replace your Java base .861 Asia, just overwrite it.

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    Many thnx, will give a try. Sounds very similar to just copy the inside files :P
    03-05-13 05:18 AM
  23. Sator's Avatar
    Many thnx, will give a try. Sounds very similar to just copy the inside files :P
    Yup, it's the same but it's safer since you won't miss a single cod from RC13 Java by mistake.

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    03-05-13 05:21 AM
  24. Finderbinder's Avatar
    Thanks,
    The problem is that the 861 Java base (Asian) contains the VI cods, if I paste the RC13 Java (that only contains the GB, US cods), then the base JAVA folder will be overwritten completely with the RC13 Java folder.

    While paste the inside files from RC13 folder into the 861 base Java will only over-write the files and leaving the VI cods there.
    You only need to copy files from R13 java folder to .861 java folder. Choose OVERWRITE ALL when copying.
    Good luck
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    03-05-13 05:23 AM
  25. souleyman's Avatar
    Hey all,i still just cannot get to complete the RC13+.861(which is a first since loading RCs),having wipe phone completely,all OS on computer etc...........,still got this on my phone;


    BlackBerry 9900
    smartphone (3G, Wi-Fi)
    7.1 Bundle 2364 (v7.1.0.861, Platform 5.1.0.606)
    3G Bands 1,4,8
    Cryptographic Kernel v3.8.7.6
    Branding Version: 1.0.125.377y
    Micro Edition Configuration: CLDC-1.1
    Micro Edition Profile: MIDP-2.1
    Micro Edition JTWI Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition Media Version: 1.1
    Micro Edition PIM Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition File Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition Bluetooth Version: 1.1
    Micro Edition Location Version: 1.0.1
    Micro Edition Security and Trust Services (APDU) Version: 1.0
    WLAN Version: 4.5.0.281
    Cellular Radio Version: 5.0.2.1.1, SV 54


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    03-05-13 06:20 AM
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