1. lambrosio's Avatar
    hi
    as i said before im running RC14B+861 base on my 9900,and i never had such battery life!!!! i tried all the official/leaked and some hybrids but nothing compares to this one!!!!
    the only issue i have is memory leak... i loose nearly 50 0r 60mb per day!!!
    i know that this problem is caused by some app,but i have running on background only autolock and app resource monitor, beweather (refresh 2 in 2hours), bebuzz....
    03-31-13 04:34 PM
  2. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    Since Friday, the day it came out
    03-31-13 04:40 PM
  3. deezy87's Avatar
    It might be the radio that is running hot, which sfi are you rocking?
    03-31-13 04:41 PM
  4. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    The one that comes with OS 7.1.0.907 for the 9790. The temperature is at 39 now and I don't see any improovements in the battery
    03-31-13 05:06 PM
  5. SheeB's Avatar
    A question regarding settling after new install.

    I've been using .794 for the last couple releases due to the fact after trying many sfi's (to to .861) and even my own carrier's .746 sfi from Roger Wireless, .794 seems to works best for me for reception. Updating to BL14B with .861 base and and using .794 sfi seems to be initially giving me signal issues in known good areas and I was wondering if this is normal during settling?
    03-31-13 07:14 PM
  6. fahar's Avatar
    A question regarding settling after new install.

    I've been using .794 for the last couple releases due to the fact after trying many sfi's (to to .861) and even my own carrier's .746 sfi from Roger Wireless, .794 seems to works best for me for reception. Updating to BL14B with .861 base and and using .794 sfi seems to be initially giving me signal issues in known good areas and I was wondering if this is normal during settling?
    Your device is 9900,right?
    U should try .921 sfi, with .861 base & RC14B.. Great signal ,long life batterey,smallest memory leak for me
    Sator likes this.
    03-31-13 07:27 PM
  7. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    How long does it take for the hybrid to settle completely on a device?
    03-31-13 10:12 PM
  8. deezy87's Avatar
    How long does it take for the hybrid to settle completely on a device?
    It depends on what gets indexed and all that...generally speaking if you do the recommended battery pulls, I'd say 5 days maximum for it to settle. Then again maybe the .907 sfi just runs hot, I'm not too sure.
    04-01-13 12:00 AM
  9. TITOMAN357's Avatar
    So, I have no idea how to create an EXE for .912. Any ideas? I was able to grab the Java folder and the sfi. I RAR'd and uploaded them to MediaFire. Not sure if it will help anyone?

    .912 sfi link -- 9900-B2508-sfi.rar
    .912 Java folder link -- 9900-B2508-Java.rar
    .912 sfi link -- 9900-B2508-sfi.rar Link is not working, please some one upload another link... Thanks
    04-01-13 01:13 AM
  10. Sator's Avatar
    .912 sfi link -- 9900-B2508-sfi.rar Link is not working, please some one upload another link... Thanks
    SFI link is working fine, I've just cheked it out.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    04-01-13 01:18 AM
  11. clie610's Avatar
    Yup...link still working fine
    04-01-13 01:31 AM
  12. TITOMAN357's Avatar
    SFI link is working fine, I've just cheked it out.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    Gracias Sator... For some reason is working now... thanks ..
    Sator likes this.
    04-01-13 02:42 AM
  13. Phly_kid's Avatar
    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•
    I was able to understand what you said. Thank you for responding/answering.
    04-01-13 05:21 AM
  14. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Pleased to report that the uncaught exception error has not appeared after the last 2 scheduled battery pulls.

    Definately the best OS I have had loaded on my 9900.

    Nice one Sator !!!
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    04-01-13 05:41 AM
  15. Phusho's Avatar
    after reload with 912 sfi phone told me corrupted backup, and meterberry won't load. During restore up mentioned cod (BBM releated) crash on my phone too
    04-01-13 06:11 AM
  16. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    after reload with 912 sfi phone told me corrupted backup, and meterberry won't load. During restore up mentioned cod (BBM releated) crash on my phone too
    Since .861 started to be used as a base I have had the corrupt backup message on a couple of occasions. It has also been mentioned in the .861 OS thread.

    Having said that, all the restored data seemed to be fine even after receiving the message.

    MeterBerry working fine for me, loaded with no problem from a .jad file saved on the phone.

    You could always try purchasing the updated verison now called MeterBe that is now availabe on App World
    Sator likes this.
    04-01-13 06:28 AM
  17. SheeB's Avatar
    Your device is 9900,right?
    U should try .921 sfi, with .861 base & RC14B.. Great signal ,long life batterey,smallest memory leak for me
    Yes I have a 9900, sorry I should have mentioned that.

    I think the issue is my carrier (Rogers Wireless) uses 850Mhz as a band which is not used a lot overseas. As such any overseas carriers sfi's aren't optimized for such extensive use on this frequency. By all means I'm not engineer or a specialist in this technology so this could be way off too. Lol.
    04-01-13 11:15 AM
  18. afmast's Avatar
    RC14B is a great mix, which has been running on my 9900 since last Fri. Base is .861 with .912 sfi. It is running at a cool 26 C when idle.

    Fantastic OS alchemy, yet again from the BL Team!



    Bold 9900 on T-Mobile USA running BL Ultimate Hybrid RC14B2 on .861 base/.912 sfi
    04-01-13 11:37 AM
  19. EnriqueRv's Avatar
    I am considering on reloading RC14 on my 9790 with the base of 7.1.0.907 again, but now with the 7.1.0.865 sfi. Has anyone tried this mix? With the current one I have the temperature is 38° which is too high and the battery keeps the same performance.
    Last edited by EnriqueRv; 04-01-13 at 09:43 PM.
    04-01-13 09:23 PM
  20. moniza's Avatar
    I am considering on reloading RC14 onmy 9790 with the base of 7.1.0.907 again, but now with the 7.1.0.865 sfi. Has anyone tried this mix?
    Go for it. As for now im using RC14 with .907 as base and 746.sfi. Still in testing period.
    04-01-13 09:39 PM
  21. Mi.key's Avatar
    Your device is 9900,right?
    U should try .921 sfi, with .861 base & RC14B.. Great signal ,long life batterey,smallest memory leak for me
    Did you mean 912 sfi? Or did I miss a new OS...
    fahar likes this.
    04-01-13 11:08 PM
  22. PiotrJot's Avatar
    Did you mean 912 sfi? Or did I miss a new OS...
    FileDownload

    From here:
    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...e-link-790656/
    Mi.key likes this.
    04-02-13 05:39 AM
  23. ryshhh's Avatar
    Anyone try this with 912 base + 912 sfi + 14b?
    04-02-13 06:26 AM
  24. deezy87's Avatar
    Anyone try this with 912 base + 912 sfi + 14b?
    We can't even try that, as there is no .912 base lol, just the sfi, and the java files
    04-02-13 10:19 AM
  25. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    We can't even try that, as there is no .912 base lol, just the sfi, and the java files
    Hi Sharma

    The .912 .exe has now dropped:

    FileDownload

    Legal
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    04-02-13 10:22 AM
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