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  1. maty360414's Avatar
    Hey all, loving this so far except for one thing. i am getting huge wifi signal improvement (and bars signal improvement as well) but i cant use the browser over Wifi. did i do something wrong?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Crackberry Forums Appm
    What do i put here??
    http://snpr.cm/rkNLIb.jpg
    07-26-12 07:37 PM
  2. zocster's Avatar
    What do i put here??
    http://snpr.cm/rkNLIb.jpg

    Obvious choice would be a downgrade, we mix a few old bits with new
    07-26-12 07:46 PM
  3. will_chrome's Avatar
    What do i put here??
    View rkNLIb.jpg on ScreenSnapr
    i choose replace for my bb
    07-26-12 07:47 PM
  4. maty360414's Avatar
    Obvious choice would be a downgrade, we mix a few old bits with new
    i placed the dakota files but they did not replaced, any problem?
    Last edited by maty360414; 07-26-12 at 08:04 PM.
    07-26-12 07:51 PM
  5. sikernel's Avatar
    let me try .... thx zocter
    07-26-12 11:31 PM
  6. zocster's Avatar
    i placed the dakota files but they did not replaced, any problem?
    Put the alx dakota files where the rest of them are?
    07-26-12 11:34 PM
  7. zocster's Avatar
    Hey all, loving this so far except for one thing. i am getting huge wifi signal improvement (and bars signal improvement as well) but i cant use the browser over Wifi. did i do something wrong?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Crackberry Forums Appm

    Edit: I deleted my wifi profile, and reinitiated it. All seems fine, browser works fine, except it wont switch over to wifi calling.
    ifraser's UMA is working fine? can you re send your service books?
    07-26-12 11:35 PM
  8. phoreoneone's Avatar
    I am currently on vacation (yes, im still visting crackberry) so I wont be able to install this for a couple of weeks. I know its only been a few hours but could the testers report on their battery life during the one week testing period?
    07-27-12 12:50 AM
  9. wout000's Avatar
    Amazing hybrid.

    I'm using this on a torch 9810 with the .569 base and everything is just flying, no lag at all.
    I'm not commenting on the battery yest as I just installed it less than 10 hours ago, but so far, amazing!

    ps: boot time is insanely fast!
    07-27-12 12:55 AM
  10. zocster's Avatar
    Amazing hybrid.



    I'm using this on a torch 9810 with the .569 base and everything is just flying, no lag at all.

    I'm not commenting on the battery yest as I just installed it less than 10 hours ago, but so far, amazing!



    ps: boot time is insanely fast!

    Pretty sure you had BL on your 9800 too? Lol
    07-27-12 12:59 AM
  11. ifraser's Avatar
    Sounds good. What idle discharge rate are you getting?
    Today was about 1.83% last couple of days have been about 2.8%
    07-27-12 01:38 AM
  12. ifraser's Avatar
    Going to install on 9860 with base .569. many of users have tested this hybrid on 9900. I would like how it has been performing on 9860? some feedback would help me to go through.
    One of our testers is using a 9860 and he has been very impressed with the improvements. I would say go for it. You can't lose out.
    07-27-12 01:41 AM
  13. wout000's Avatar
    Pretty sure you had BL on your 9800 too? Lol
    I did

    I test run different hybrids and hybrids of my own, to find the absolute best one...

    I've gone through dozens of official OS'es and hybrids.

    at the moment Berrylicio.us is the latest one available on the .569 base

    And i must say, nice going
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    07-27-12 02:54 AM
  14. ifraser's Avatar
    I am currently on vacation (yes, im still visting crackberry) so I wont be able to install this for a couple of weeks. I know its only been a few hours but could the testers report on their battery life during the one week testing period?
    Please read back a couple of pages, I have had it on since its birth, but it DOES depend on where you are and how you use the handset.
    07-27-12 03:36 AM
  15. ria__x's Avatar
    so i'm a bit confused..

    am i installing .569 first, then putting .580 in this folder.. and installing again? or am i downloading both, dragging the .580 in . 569 folder then installing my my phone?

    and what do i copy to what?

    i am a noob at doing a hybrid so pretty worried!! thanks
    07-27-12 04:21 AM
  16. zocster's Avatar
    so i'm a bit confused..



    am i installing .569 first, then putting .580 in this folder.. and installing again? or am i downloading both, dragging the .580 in . 569 folder then installing my my phone?



    and what do i copy to what?



    i am a noob at doing a hybrid so pretty worried!! thanks

    Fresh install 569 to pc, copy paste the java to the java folder, then shrink or not up to you.

    Run loader.exe or dm
    ria__x and flyingsolid like this.
    07-27-12 04:24 AM
  17. ifraser's Avatar
    Yes, your installing .569 onto your pc from the package 1st, not straight to your phone. Think that bit confuses a lot of people.
    ria__x likes this.
    07-27-12 04:31 AM
  18. anon3230140's Avatar
    As people keep pointing out, your battery life it really dependant on your network,
    however the last 2 days I have done 7.30am to 12am and still had 40% left on my battery.I am in the UK and on Orange, using UMA over wireless also most of the day. Using social apps, web and several medium length calls.
    I get the same.. on 2G/Wifi Calling (no UMA on the 9810) also on Orange UK.
    07-27-12 05:26 AM
  19. ifraser's Avatar
    Really!! the 9810 has no UMA, cant understand that at all

    Also I am permanently on 3G, can understand why you would run a 3G phone on 2g at all
    07-27-12 05:34 AM
  20. anon3230140's Avatar
    Really!! the 9810 has no UMA, cant understand that at all

    Also I am permanently on 3G, can understand why you would run a 3G phone on 2g at all
    Yeah.. UMA is a hardware based feature or so??? I could be wrong. Also i've got free hotspot. On my 9360 it was blocked but on the 9810 it works. I think thats an OS based issue.

    The battery life on 3G drains on average 5-6% an hour but, on 2g it's about 2-3% so thats about a 50% increase in battery life. There's Wifi almost everywhere and half the day im at work so not too much of a need for 3G. I only use it when no Wifi and im gonna do some surfing or downloading stuff. Just kinda makes sense.
    Last edited by BlackB_G; 07-27-12 at 05:41 AM.
    07-27-12 05:38 AM
  21. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Battery is looking good so far.

    4 Hours off charge. 80 mile round trip in car using Bluetooth with variable signal, couple of calls and 4 e.mails and texts.

    1.2% discharge rate according to MeterBerry.
    flyingsolid and zocster like this.
    07-27-12 05:53 AM
  22. ifraser's Avatar
    No UMA is very much a software item, 7.0 never supported it on the 9900 but when 7.1 was released it appeared ok.

    Hotspot on orange has to be activated by OCS, you get a hotspot allowance for data of 500mb so be aware

    I can understand that increase but I would suggest trying the setting at 3G only, stops the phone searching for 2g signal. might help a bit also. I am hitting a whole day with a fair amount of usage now which i am happy with,

    Just double checked the 9810 does support UMA:

    Data GPRS Yes
    EDGE Yes
    Speed HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA
    WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, UMA (carrier-dependent)
    Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
    USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
    Last edited by ifraser; 07-27-12 at 05:58 AM.
    07-27-12 05:56 AM
  23. ReBeL25's Avatar
    I know it's kinda early to ask, but what are the battery stats for this hybrid? Currently running my own little hybrid and getting battery stats of 1.38%/hr.
    07-27-12 06:00 AM
  24. anon3230140's Avatar
    No UMA is very much a software item, 7.0 never supported it on the 9900 but when 7.1 was released it appeared ok.

    Hotspot on orange has to be activated by OCS, you get a hotspot allowance for data of 500mb so be aware

    I can understand that increase but I would suggest trying the setting at 3G only, stops the phone searching for 2g signal. might help a bit also. I am hitting a whole day with a fair amount of usage now which i am happy with,

    Just double checked the 9810 does support UMA:

    Data GPRS Yes
    EDGE Yes
    Speed HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA
    WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, UMA (carrier-dependent)
    Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
    USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
    Today so far my drain rate is 3%/hr since 8:30am. Just switched to 3G only so will check drain rate after an hour. I suspect it'll be about 5% which is not bad but.. just cos i don't need it when in a Wifi area it just makes me feel im wasting battery.

    The UMA on my 9360 worked with 7.0 though. UMA and WIFi calling are more or less the same except... Wifi calling does not allow for the handover b/w Wifi and Mobile Network when WIfi drops.. which is what UMA does. That handover part I believe is a hardware dependent factor which is why the 9810 does not have UMA in it's true sense like the 9360/9900 etc...
    07-27-12 06:14 AM
  25. ifraser's Avatar
    lmao....I get what you mean but UMA on the 9900 doesnt handover either.

    Do you get the UMA logo?

    As for the 2g/3G thing if you are used to it, and it saves you battery, you might be as well leaving as is.
    07-27-12 06:18 AM
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