1. sacrdandprofne's Avatar
    Day 3 on RC13; working absolutely amazing!
    Great job, guys!

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    03-22-13 09:23 AM
  2. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    I'm just glad that at the rate we are going 7.2 is not so far off for our legacy devices and for those who have no plans to move to BB10 anytime soon. Is it safe to say that although 714 is the coolest SFI ever, it is also a "slow" SFI compared to the all the new recent SFI's from 746 and upwards? Currently running xmas edition over 825 base and 714 SFI on my 9810 and the low temps are amazing however i get the feeling that 825 and 861 are a tad bit faster.
    Have a few combos in mind to try and
    I have come round to Sators way of thinking that the indicated battery temp with the newer .sfi's is inaccurate as the device does not feel anywhere near as hot as the indicated temparature says it should.

    Once you get used to the indicated temparature there is no doubt that the .861 .sfi for the 9900 does hold a very good signal and locks very quickly.

    As you have .861 for the 9810 it is well worth giving it a go with RC13.

    http://berryshout.com/?m=9810&a=7.1.0.0861&l=en
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    03-22-13 09:24 AM
  3. Phly_kid's Avatar
    I agree with you there legal eagle, i noticed that with .825 OS. The phone would be showing something like 40degrees meanwhile it would be as warm as say 30degrees when with 714 OS. i just want to have a proper settled phone by the time I get a new battery. Already have the 861 installed, have even tested a plain 861 OS before and it was a very snappy pleasant experience. Not sure if i have already but will try it again, 861 base +SFI plus RC13.
    As a side note, i'm assuming, judging by experience that overnight charges or long charges of the phone are not really good. I have read that yea the new batteries cannot overcharge however it seems that overnight charges are or have contributed to giving me battery issues. Battery discharging at alarming rates. just my views but i could be mistaken.
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    03-22-13 10:20 AM
  4. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    I agree with you there legal eagle, i noticed that with .825 OS. The phone would be showing something like 40degrees meanwhile it would be as warm as say 30degrees when with 714 OS. i just want to have a proper settled phone by the time I get a new battery. Already have the 861 installed, have even tested a plain 861 OS before and it was a very snappy pleasant experience. Not sure if i have already but will try it again, 861 base +SFI plus RC13.
    As a side note, i'm assuming, judging by experience that overnight charges or long charges of the phone are not really good. I have read that yea the new batteries cannot overcharge however it seems that overnight charges are or have contributed to giving me battery issues. Battery discharging at alarming rates. just my views but i could be mistaken.
    Another thing in favour of .861 and RC13 on the 9900 has been the memory management, it has been solid as a rock in this respect to the point that my phone has actually shown a small gain in memory over time rather than the usual loss.

    In terms of charging habits, when I am at home my 9900 always sits in it's charging dock and the original JM1 (18 months old) is still going strong and holding a good charge.

    In fact it is slightly better than my second spare battery that I purchased just before Christmas, so it would appear that constantly being on charge has not done my battery any harm.
    03-22-13 10:52 AM
  5. deezy87's Avatar
    7.1.905 :> /

    Holy smokes! This was back around the 27th of January, just joking about a made up hybrid...i said .905, and RC13B2!? I wasn't too far off....How I managed to find that post is somewhat funny...that's another story though, for my various fans, and junior 'chiefs' in the BL group


    Now as per the memory gain, here is what I came home to after the gym...yes I know it's early lol


    I have also attached the wallpaper I am using...'Stryker' the new Dodge Viper logo!!
    Attached Thumbnails BerryLicio.us Ultimate hybrid for most OS 7.1 devices-memory.png   BerryLicio.us Ultimate hybrid for most OS 7.1 devices-rsz_39859-2295x2119.jpg  
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    03-22-13 11:14 AM
  6. Phly_kid's Avatar
    totally agree on the memory part. I would stare at meterberry all day and memory would not go down at all. At first I thought it was just meterberry giving me false values but with time I came to realize that its just that good. And when it goes down by 1mb it increases by 2mb. 861 is rock solid when it comes to memory that's for sure.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9810 using Tapatalk
    03-22-13 11:31 AM
  7. souleyman's Avatar
    Hey all,kindly help with meterberry,cant seem to find it anywhere.........,thanks in anticipation.

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    03-22-13 12:57 PM
  8. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Hey all,kindly help with meterberry,cant seem to find it anywhere.........,thanks in anticipation.

    Sent from BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 smart phone Using Tapatalk - Powered by 7.1.0.865 (B2428) RC13.
    No longer available, died with Mobihand i'm afraid.

    You can get the download from various sources but it needs an activation code unique to your device PIN.

    I'm sure that there are ways round this but wheter they are legal or not is open to discussion !!!
    03-22-13 01:18 PM
  9. fahar's Avatar
    Hey all,kindly help with meterberry,cant seem to find it anywhere.........,thanks in anticipation.

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    Here's for offline install
    Attached Files
    03-22-13 01:26 PM
  10. souleyman's Avatar
    Thanks for the meterberry ota file,requesting for license key,aint got any.........lol. Pls help sort this.

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    03-22-13 04:50 PM
  11. bimmerdriver's Avatar
    No longer available, died with Mobihand i'm afraid.

    You can get the download from various sources but it needs an activation code unique to your device PIN.

    I'm sure that there are ways round this but wheter they are legal or not is open to discussion !!!
    Since mobihand is gone, who is going to come after you? I would be happy to purchase a copy from giant cashew, but he seems to have disappeared as well. So much for the claim that he was going to reintroduce the app...
    03-22-13 05:10 PM
  12. bimmerdriver's Avatar
    Thanks for the meterberry ota file,requesting for license key,aint got any.........lol. Pls help sort this.

    Sent from BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 smart phone Using Tapatalk - Powered by 7.1.0.865 (B2428) RC13.
    google is your friend.
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    03-22-13 05:10 PM
  13. souleyman's Avatar
    Help with meterberry license key,Pin;28B4BCA6.Thanks

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    03-22-13 05:54 PM
  14. deezy87's Avatar
    Help with meterberry license key,Pin;28B4BCA6.Thanks

    Sent from BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 smart phone Using Tapatalk - Powered by 7.1.0.865 (B2428) RC13.

    Again....please don't be ignorant to the rules of the forum in general, not just this thread. That post is against forum rules. You're not allowed to ask for codes, OTA links for premium themes and/or apps, basically requesting or even linking to pirated material. The internet is a powerful tool, and can be your best friend if used correctly....I'll just leave it at that.


    To those that are reading this, please refrain from similar things, I'll be kinda p!ssed off if this thread gets closed, due to sh1t like that.


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    03-22-13 09:35 PM
  15. souleyman's Avatar
    So sorry guys,Darwin,Sharma0702,everyone.........,went outta forum's league,wld desist from such,thank you!

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    03-22-13 09:58 PM
  16. deezy87's Avatar
    No need to be sorry, just kinda alter that post so it doesn't violate rules.

    I am nowhere near perfect, we all make mistakes, thats the fun part about life LOL
    03-22-13 10:03 PM
  17. rgshah3's Avatar
    Yeah! I got a warning before! Shared the meterberry keygen. Will never make such a mistake again xD
    03-23-13 01:35 AM
  18. SilverHunter29's Avatar
    Help please, I'm a little confused by the "SFI", anyway, what's the difference between RC13 SFI and non SFI ?
    03-23-13 02:03 AM
  19. deezy87's Avatar
    Help please, I'm a little confused by the "SFI", anyway, what's the difference between RC13 SFI and non SFI ?
    Hey there! first off, you'll need to help us, help you . Which device will you be using to run this hybrid?

    On my device I used the 7.1.0.861 as MY BASE for my Bold 9900, which in return means that I need to get the .RC13 with .861 SFI. Now if you can't get .861 as the highest available OS for your particular handheld, you'll want to go with the without .861 sfi variant, hope this clears any confusion for you, in that regard!

    I have copied the links for you from the first page of this thread, keep that in mind for future reference.

    The odd time Ian or Zocs will drop a link real quick on this thread, and then edit the first post to have the latest RC available for the masses to download!


    Here is the link for the RC13 WITH .861 SFI


    This is the link for RC13 WITHOUT .861 SFI


    Enjoy!
    03-23-13 02:26 AM
  20. SilverHunter29's Avatar
    Oh...I get it. I'm using a Bold 9790 with OS 7.1.0.865, which means I have to get the SFI version right ?
    03-23-13 03:03 AM
  21. deezy87's Avatar
    Yes! Get the with sfi variant, shrink if you want, back up, wipe, load and enjoy!

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    03-23-13 03:12 AM
  22. SilverHunter29's Avatar
    Eh, wipe using what and then load via what ?
    03-23-13 03:34 AM
  23. deezy87's Avatar
    BBH Tool will wipe, and also allow to shrink as well as load an OS/hybrid. As an added bonus one click vendor files remover.

    Use your own desrection when shrinking though.

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    03-23-13 03:59 AM
  24. Mi.key's Avatar
    google is your friend.
    Thanks dude! Always knew that, just been lazy!
    03-23-13 07:18 PM
  25. Gerard Junior's Avatar
    2508 v7.1.0.912 anyone has the download link for this?
    03-24-13 02:22 AM
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