1. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Can i use .861 as the base for any of these hybrids?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    The clue is in the title to the link !!!

    RC14B for .86x & 9xx SFI (exept .862).rar

    FOR 86x except .862

    So yes you can use .861 as base OS.
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    03-30-13 09:38 AM
  2. Sator's Avatar
    Hey Sator,

    For my ATT 9810 - planning on installing .861 base and 14B - which is the "oldest" or "farthest back" sfi I can use? (Signal strength on .861 sfi is not the greatest . . )

    Thanks!!

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    Hi Don, you can use .714 sfi onward, try the .861 sfi with RC14B, signal strenght and wifi locking is better than the stock OS.

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    03-30-13 10:06 AM
  3. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Hi Don, you can use .714 sfi onward, try the .861 sfi with RC14B, signal strenght and wifi locking is better than the stock OS.

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    Thanks, Sator - I will give .861 sfi a go!!

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    03-30-13 10:22 AM
  4. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Thanks, Sator - I will give .861 sfi a go!!

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    I can only comment on RC14 with .861 on the 9900 and was only on it for a short time before reloading with .912, but it ran like a dream and settled mega quickly.

    Hope it works out for you on the 9810.
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    03-30-13 10:28 AM
  5. Don_Henry's Avatar
    I can only comment on RC14 with .861 on the 9900 and was only on it for a short time before reloading with .912, but it ran like a dream and settled mega quickly.

    Hope it works out for you on the 9810.
    Thanks, Legal!

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9810 using Tapatalk
    03-30-13 11:14 AM
  6. eddietta's Avatar
    may I know what your free RAM is after booting on your 9900 devices?
    03-30-13 12:53 PM
  7. fahar's Avatar
    may I know what your free RAM is after booting on your 9900 devices?
    You mean free space of app storage ? it's all depend of what u shrink , how many applications are installed , and how much data that we store on your phone

    EDIT : how much data you store on your phone

    Mine is 227 MB ,running on Tremendous RC 14 B (v7.1.0.912, Platform 5.1.0.641) with .861 base
    Attached Thumbnails BerryLicio.us Ultimate hybrid for most OS 7.1 devices-modules-.cod-files-.png   BerryLicio.us Ultimate hybrid for most OS 7.1 devices-idle-temps-free-storage-9900-7.1.0.912-b2508-.png  
    Last edited by fahar; 03-30-13 at 07:02 PM. Reason: slip of the tongue http://cdn-forums.crackberry.com/images/icons/icon6.png
    03-30-13 06:13 PM
  8. Phusho's Avatar
    rc14b with 861 base and 861sfi, 18C and 0.3% ADR. Tempted to test 912 sfi
    03-31-13 02:01 AM
  9. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    RC14B over .861 with .912 .sfi

    Settled very quickly, ovenight idle 0.4% less than 24 hours in.

    One issue though, getting an uncaught exception error net-rim-bb-qm-peer(245) is not responding: process terminated

    Any thoughts Sator ?
    03-31-13 04:27 AM
  10. Sator's Avatar
    RC14B over .861 with .912 .sfi

    Settled very quickly, ovenight idle 0.4% less than 24 hours in.

    One issue though, getting an uncaught exception error net-rim-bb-qm-peer(245) is not responding: process terminated

    Any thoughts Sator ?
    Did you shrink the ВВМ™ cods? It's a ВВМ™ cod (net_rim_bb_qm_peer cod). If yes, you have to install them, eventhou you don't use BBM

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    03-31-13 04:39 AM
  11. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Did you shrink the ВВМ™ cods? It's a ВВМ™ cod (net_rim_bb_qm_peer cod). If yes, you have to install them, eventhou you don't use BBM

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    Hi Sator

    Although I don't use BBM I have not shrunk it out so that can't be the problem.

    I used exactly the same shrink settings on BBH Toolds that I have used for months.

    Regards

    Legal
    03-31-13 04:44 AM
  12. Sator's Avatar
    Hi Sator

    Although I don't use BBM I have not shrunk it out so that can't be the problem.

    I used exactly the same shrink settings on BBH Toolds that I have used for months.

    Regards

    Legal
    Did you get the uncaught exeption one time only or every time you do a reboot?

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    03-31-13 05:04 AM
  13. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Did you get the uncaught exeption one time only or every time you do a reboot?

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    After every reboot, but it just appears once (or has done so far)
    03-31-13 05:17 AM
  14. Sator's Avatar
    After every reboot, but it just appears once (or has done so far)
    Ok. I hope it's only once, let's see what happen when you do your next batt pull. It's related to your BBM.

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    03-31-13 05:32 AM
  15. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Ok. I hope it's only once, let's see what happen when you do your next batt pull.

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    Ok

    I will let you know what happens after my next scheduled battery pull later today.

    Everything on the phone seems to be working as it should (touch wood)
    03-31-13 05:35 AM
  16. maxx71's Avatar
    i had a bad install yesterday with the .912 sfi and RC14b but today post Sator's reccomendation i reloaded RC14 over .861 base for alx and .912 sfi and it is already looking Wayyyyy Beyoooond what i expected.

    Already settled and sitting at a relatively cool temprature on idle ( 26 deg. cel.), the OS is snappier than ever before and signals are by far the best since AT&T v2 for me. Too early to comment on Adr and Mdr, will post later for further findings.

    This has got to be the Best by far IMO.

    Thanks Sator and the BL team for this stupendous OS
    03-31-13 07:56 AM
  17. lambrosio's Avatar
    I have rc14b on 861 base...íts amazing!!!!!!!!! Neves had such batttery life!!!!!!!
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    03-31-13 09:55 AM
  18. hieupham's Avatar
    Quite interesting info from a 9360 user:

    "The BlackBerry Device Analyzer will no longer be bundled with BlackBerry 7.1.0.923 (bundle 2534) or higher." Maybe they are trying to get rid of this app.
    I don't know why it takes so long for TMob to nail out the 912 exe file ; usually it takes 1-2 days for carriers to nail out the exe files after publishing the OTA update... but this time it's taking sooooo long.

    Maybe we're going to see any greater releases from another carriers? (like the .923)

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...ml#post8219735

    Q10 hands on for your entertainment meanwhile http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...2/#post8232759
    03-31-13 11:04 AM
  19. hieupham's Avatar
    KB29379-What is the BlackBerry Device Analyzer

    Additional Information
    Note: The BlackBerry Device Analyzer will no longer be bundled with BlackBerry 7.1.0.923 (bundle 2534) or higher.
    CER-21958-001 Rev 5 Platform: 5.1.0.652 Applications: 7.1.0.923 7.1.0 b2534 ECO Mar 14, 2013

    I think due to the improved battery performance in the latest 7.1 releases RIM will no longer need the support of BBAnalyzer , which possible used to analyze the fone and send to RIM (?) the logs in order for them to make the vital changes.
    03-31-13 11:10 AM
  20. DayzWalker's Avatar
    I have a question. i dont shrink out anything and just use loader to select and deselect what i want and so I usually end up with 160mb install. Meanwhile I have read people shrink their install to 60MB or 90MB. My question however is the "extras" that are in the folder outside the java folder such as the game "klondike" Chinese browser, backup assistant and such apps. How come they dont show up in loader? And what would it take if one wanted to add these "extras" to the installation of the OS. Suppose i want to install the game sudoku. I see the .alx of it in the folder outside the java folder but it never shows up in loader.
    There is 3 reason:
    1. The ALX file is not right. e.g sudoku.alx just have loader 1.0 line. No title, no description, and most important no list of cod file to load to the handheld
    2. The cod file is not exist. e.g sudoku cod, its didn't exist in java folder, pdftogo cod, tough in doctogo.alx the list is there, but the cod file of pdf to go is not exist (just library)
    3.There is restriction on alx file. e.g vendor ID .even the alx and the cod exist, if yours HH not have the same vendor ID as listed in alx file then its won't load.

    Solution:
    1.The dummy way is to edit alx file to match the requierment (e.g delete the restriction vendor ID on the alx file) and make sure the cod file is there on java folder
    2.Make jad instalation after OS installation and instal the "extras". Google for the detail.

    Sorry if is OOT and straight to the point.. I'm not fluent in english.

    Sent from 9360 powered by 12153.DOT(2220) using Tapatalk
    •Blackberry by Choice•
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    03-31-13 12:14 PM
  21. deezy87's Avatar
    i had a bad install yesterday with the .912 sfi and RC14b but today post Sator's reccomendation i reloaded RC14 over .861 base for alx and .912 sfi and it is already looking Wayyyyy Beyoooond what i expected.

    Already settled and sitting at a relatively cool temprature on idle ( 26 deg. cel.), the OS is snappier than ever before and signals are by far the best since AT&T v2 for me. Too early to comment on Adr and Mdr, will post later for further findings.

    This has got to be the Best by far IMO.

    Thanks Sator and the BL team for this stupendous OS
    I think this needs to get thrown into rehab...it is that DOPE!
    03-31-13 02:06 PM
  22. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    Anyone using a 9790 what is the ADR, temperature, etc?
    03-31-13 03:05 PM
  23. deezy87's Avatar
    @EnriqueRv, why are you inquiring about 9790 users? Are you facing an issue or something?

    Certain sfi's will run hotter and stuff, if that is what you were asking about.
    03-31-13 04:06 PM
  24. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    Because I installed it and I have 35 degrees that's why I'm asking how is it in others 9790
    03-31-13 04:17 PM
  25. deezy87's Avatar
    Oh, ok. How long has is been since you loaded the RC14B to your device? For the first few days it will tend to run a little hot. Then again, certain sfi files are warmer than others.
    03-31-13 04:23 PM
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