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  1. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    Have slightly more memory, with same apps and settings. And at my age I need all the memory i can get !!!!!
    08-18-12 02:42 PM
  2. ifraser's Avatar
    Lmao...’ know that feeling, well once you guy have settled you should find the battery and memory good.

    Tonight I am 60% and have been off charge since 10am this morning.
    08-18-12 02:45 PM
  3. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    Is it possible to fit BB10 files into OS7??? if so, why not a complete port over? Excuse my ignorance
    08-18-12 03:13 PM
  4. ifraser's Avatar
    my last comment was a joke. It looks like the bb10 OS is similar to the playbook so the files are a different format.

    BB7 phones wouldn't be able to read them and with the processors being different, probably wouldn't be powerfull enough anyway.
    08-18-12 03:18 PM
  5. deezy87's Avatar
    This is day 3 with the hybrid, this thing is flawless! Let it settle in, and it took about 2 days and maybe 2-3 battery pulls a day.

    Edit - I think this hybrid is idling on air...been a little over an hour, and there is no change in battery. I'll give it some work once I get a few cold ones in me!
    Last edited by sharma0702; 08-18-12 at 05:51 PM.
    08-18-12 05:48 PM
  6. James9900's Avatar
    Guess that it is, but I wanted to be sure that DM would pick it up to install.

    I think both ways are fine. An overwrite and shrink would be very similar.

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    08-18-12 07:18 PM
  7. maty360414's Avatar
    i dont understand your instruccions the java rc3 is optional?? what does it does the java?
    08-18-12 08:46 PM
  8. zocster's Avatar
    i dont understand your instruccions the java rc3 is optional?? what does it does the java?

    The seperate java is for other devices.


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    08-18-12 08:58 PM
  9. maty360414's Avatar
    The seperate java is for other devices.


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    and the 523mfsi? ok so i have the 9900 on rc2 on .569, so i install fresh 569 or 523. then i dont replace the RC3 java right? and what do i do with the 523mfsi?

    + do i relpace all the RC3 9000M files to fresh 569? or just the java folder
    Last edited by maty360414; 08-18-12 at 09:34 PM.
    08-18-12 09:06 PM
  10. will_chrome's Avatar
    and the 523mfsi? ok so i have the 9900 on rc2, so i install fresh 569 or 523. then i dont replace the RC3 java right? and what do i do with the 523mfsi?

    + do i relpace all the RC3 9000M files to fresh 569? or just the java folder
    if you use 569.sfi, then just replace the java folder.

    but if you want to use 523.sfi, either you can install fresh 523 and replace the java or simply replace both the java and .sfi in your 569 base install os.

    it's up to you to use the 569 or 523 .sfi.

    my mix :
    - i myself using 569 .sfi, i found 569 suits my carrier better.
    - i simply install 569, delete all the java, and replace with java from RC3.
    08-18-12 09:32 PM
  11. maty360414's Avatar
    if you use 569.sfi, then just replace the java folder.

    but if you want to use 523.sfi, either you can install fresh 523 and replace the java or simply replace both the java and .sfi in your 569 base install os.

    it's up to you to use the 569 or 523 .sfi.

    my mix :
    - i myself using 569 .sfi, i found 569 suits my carrier better.
    - i simply install 569, delete all the java, and replace with java from RC3.
    are you sure?? it sounds a bit weird, the .sfi is the signal right?
    08-18-12 09:33 PM
  12. will_chrome's Avatar
    are you sure?? it sounds a bit weird, the .sfi is the signal right?
    same os can gives different performance. for me myself. 569 suits me better.

    most of the people in this thread found that 523 better and runs cooler.

    569 base:
    - java (you can either delete all the base java or replace it, because java in RC3 already pre-shrunk)
    - UMTS (depends which one will you use, 569 .sfi or 523 .sfi)

    if you want yo use 523 .sfi in 523 base os :
    - Java same like above
    - UMTS (you don't have to change it)
    Last edited by will_chrome; 08-18-12 at 10:13 PM.
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    08-18-12 10:00 PM
  13. maty360414's Avatar
    same os can gives different performance. for me myself. 569 suits me better.

    most of the people in this thread found that 523 better and runs cooler.
    true for me also 569 runs better, but the sfi is the signal right?
    08-18-12 10:08 PM
  14. albertinik's Avatar
    true for me also 569 runs better, but the sfi is the signal right?
    I am on Voda IT and the 569 signal is much better then 523, the speed of data access can't be compared also. I don't understand why everyone keeps sayng vice versa.
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    08-18-12 10:18 PM
  15. will_chrome's Avatar
    true for me also 569 runs better, but the sfi is the signal right?
    yup .sfi is the signal (UMTS). well then, you only need to change the Java folder in your 569 base java.

    better overwrite the base java with RC3, then you shrink it according your need (cause RC3 java already been pre-shrunk by zocster.).
    08-18-12 10:18 PM
  16. deezy87's Avatar
    I think for the majority [from what I've been able to see] seem to like the radio [.sfi] from .523. Just use which ever OS's radio file with Zocster's hybrid and things should work out.
    08-18-12 10:24 PM
  17. maty360414's Avatar
    same os can gives different performance. for me myself. 569 suits me better.

    most of the people in this thread found that 523 better and runs cooler.

    569 base:
    - java (you can either delete all the base java or replace it, because java in RC3 already pre-shrunk)
    - UMTS (depends which one will you use, 569 .sfi or 523 .sfi)

    if you want yo use 523 .sfi in 523 base os :
    - Java same like above
    - UMTS (you don't have to change it)
    and what about the files that are below JAVA there are like 20 do i havee to replace them also? or they dont matter?
    08-18-12 10:27 PM
  18. will_chrome's Avatar
    and what about the files that are below JAVA there are like 20 do i havee to replace them also? or they dont matter?
    do the same thing overwrite the .alx
    08-18-12 10:38 PM
  19. rgshah3's Avatar
    What do I do with the 9810(jenings)alx file??
    08-18-12 10:52 PM
  20. rgshah3's Avatar
    Will rc3 work on the torch 9810?
    08-18-12 10:57 PM
  21. maty360414's Avatar
    and what about the files that are below JAVA there are like 20 do i havee to replace them also? or they dont matter?
    Overwrite all 20 files? Then overwrite the daktota 3 files?

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    08-18-12 10:59 PM
  22. rgshah3's Avatar
    I'm really confused, can someone give me a step by step guide to install this?
    08-18-12 11:02 PM
  23. zocster's Avatar
    I'm really confused, can someone give me a step by step guide to install this?

    Quite simple.

    Install 569 fresh

    Copy and paste java mix into the java of the OS

    Shrink

    Run the loader


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    08-19-12 12:51 AM
  24. audio_engr's Avatar
    @ zocs

    For 9810, can one use "7.1.0.536 (asia)" as base along with "RC2" & "jennings" to Load on 9810 ?
    08-19-12 04:23 AM
  25. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Fresh install of RC3 less than 24 hours ago.

    Off charge 7:30 pm yesterday. Now 11:00am local time.

    Battery 93%. ADR 0.5. Memory leak -0.2mb.

    If it gets better as it settles gonna be another awesome build.

    Thanks guys.
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    08-19-12 04:58 AM
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