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  1. sheldonbk's Avatar
    Please reload OS put these modules in Java and alx outside the java. For you I have also included RC3 phone modules.
    Thx again Zocs.. cool. I can't believe how much support you give to BL hybrids. Amazing! So u think I'm best off reloading RC4 over 569 with 523 sfi and the files from your last post.
    08-26-12 07:30 PM
  2. zocster's Avatar
    Thx again Zocs.. cool. I can't believe how much support you give to BL hybrids. Amazing! So u think I'm best off reloading RC4 over 569 with 523 sfi and the files from your last post.

    Rc4 still to go over a 649 base, its already got 523 on the full 90mb download


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    08-26-12 07:32 PM
  3. sheldonbk's Avatar
    Rc4 still to go over a 649 base, its already got 523 on the full 90mb download


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    Was curious if downloading VVM from Rogers site would make a difference (since I found that the component name was different and included Rogers), so I uninstalled and downloaded from Rogers.Com/m/bbvvm. I was getting weird error messages, like am not enroled in vvm and cannot connect to vvm. I was told to turn off WiFi initially so VVM can connect to the Rogers server. App Resource Monitor kept shutting it down & since it was causing so much lag, I wasn't saying it's ok to make it an exception, but I'm wondering if, since I use WiFi (with SmartWiFi) a lot and the app is constantly restarting, I'm wondering if the issue that Rogers noted was causing my VVM issues and extreme lag. Anyway, generally the cell phone reps aren't knowledgable and I'm sure can't hold a candle to the BL hybrid team, especially Zocs, but if I have issues after reinstall, I'll uninstall VVM again and install from Rogers. Leave WiFi totally off for now and see if it makes a difference.
    08-26-12 08:04 PM
  4. zocster's Avatar
    Maybe Rogers vvm is to go with the OS vvm?

    Not sure how that works as we don't have the service here.


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    08-26-12 08:12 PM
  5. maty360414's Avatar
    my battery is 15% drained per hr wtf!!?
    08-26-12 08:46 PM
  6. deezy87's Avatar
    my battery is 15% drained per hr wtf!!?
    Meterberry gives effed up report on battery drainage. I use the device analyzer to monitor battery, and with HEAVY usage I got a drain of about 4.87% which to be fair is the highest I've seen on RC4.

    At one time Meterberry said my adr was 34.65%
    08-26-12 08:49 PM
  7. amerwahid's Avatar
    may i know is any different wipe os using bbdevice,dekstopmanager or jlcommander?

    normally i wipe my os bb using security wipe on bb then i install new/leaked os by pc. my pc does not have jlcommander. sometimes i using dekstopmanager to wipe/restorefactory.

    it is ok this method i use to install any hybrid?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9860 using Tapatalk
    08-26-12 11:10 PM
  8. dkgip's Avatar
    After the first full day with RC4, I've almost zero memory leak, average battery drain of 2.5% ( minimum 0.8% and maximum 7.5% ) and an average battery temperature of 23 degs C. I can't imagine how much better once this settles in.

    Thanks Zocs and the crew at BerryLicio.us

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    08-26-12 11:13 PM
  9. deezy87's Avatar
    may i know is any different wipe os using bbdevice,dekstopmanager or jlcommander?

    normally i wipe my os bb using security wipe on bb then i install new/leaked os by pc. my pc does not have jlcommander. sometimes i using dekstopmanager to wipe/restorefactory.

    it is ok this method i use to install any hybrid?

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9860 using Tapatalk
    When the most of us here say wipe before loading an OS, we mean remove the OS completely and load a new one. BBH Tool is a nice little program that will wipe, shrink, and load your OS amongst other things.

    Once the device is 'wiped' it will reboot and load, but it won't. You'll see a 507 error a little after the half point, which is what you want to see. Then load the OS in BBH Tool, shrink, and launch loader.

    Edit - Just loaded RC4 on my little brother's 9790, via java swap. Shrunk it to 92.?% and loaded this beast! Thank you to the BL team for constantly being on point! Good job team!
    Last edited by sharma0702; 08-26-12 at 11:15 PM.
    08-26-12 11:13 PM
  10. imsatsel's Avatar
    oh my god,i wish i had a gun...straight .649 is a nighmare to me..
    seen 658 spotted, but i instal RC4B...oohh well,it's wery wery great,isn't it ?
    08-27-12 12:09 AM
  11. deezy87's Avatar
    Where did you see the .658 being spotted? Now Zocs and the crew have to get back into the kitchen once that drops or leaks! The crew has there work cut out for them
    08-27-12 12:13 AM
  12. imsatsel's Avatar
    may i know is any different wipe os using bbdevice,dekstopmanager or jlcommander?

    normally i wipe my os bb using security wipe on bb then i install new/leaked os by pc. my pc does not have jlcommander. sometimes i using dekstopmanager to wipe/restorefactory.

    it is ok this method i use to install any hybrid?

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    I suggest you to use computer to do all this upgrade/downgrade thing.
    JL is the first bb tool i think and it's good tool.
    I think u need 3 tools :
    1.DM to back up messages and contacts
    2.BBH Tool ( to shrink and many more )
    3.BBSAK to back up and reload 3rd app,to wiping the BB
    08-27-12 12:17 AM
  13. Judge Dredd's Avatar
    Tried almost all RC's except for the RC3. Finally rolled back to the RC2 over the .569 with .523 sfi. The fastest, the snappiest and the most energy convenient for my 9900.
    08-27-12 01:40 AM
  14. will_chrome's Avatar
    oh my god,i wish i had a gun...straight .649 is a nighmare to me..
    seen 658 spotted, but i instal RC4B...oohh well,it's wery wery great,isn't it ?
    wow, where did you spotted 568?
    08-27-12 01:55 AM
  15. hndt38's Avatar
    Hi

    Someone can tell me what are the different and improvement between RC4 and RC3?

    Thanks
    08-27-12 02:00 AM
  16. Phill_UK's Avatar
    wow, where did you spotted 568?
    .668 spotted now

    Last edited by Phill_UK; 08-27-12 at 02:14 AM.
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    08-27-12 02:04 AM
  17. ifraser's Avatar
    Hi



    Someone can tell me what are the different and improvement between RC4 and RC3?



    Thanks

    RC3 was pre 649 and only has some 580 files in it. Good battery and fairly smooth

    RC4- was after the 649 leak and has a lot more 580 files included. Very smooth and also has good battery.

    Its a normal progression when new OS's appear. The only thing we need now is another decent radio file.


    Btw Phill. I am sure 668 isn't the highest build out there. RIM will be well in advance is 649 has already leaked.


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    08-27-12 02:15 AM
  18. hndt38's Avatar
    RC3 was pre 649 and only has some 580 files in it. Good battery and fairly smooth

    RC4- was after the 649 leak and has a lot more 580 files included. Very smooth and also has good battery.

    Its a normal progression when new OS's appear. The only thing we need now is another decent radio file.


    Btw Phill. I am sure 668 isn't the highest build out there. RIM will be well in advance is 649 has already leaked.


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    what is sfi. file of RC4 at the first page? Is it the offical RC4 or beta release?

    Thanks
    08-27-12 02:22 AM
  19. Phill_UK's Avatar
    Btw Phill. I am sure 668 isn't the highest build out there. RIM will be well in advance is 649 has already leaked.
    True Ian... it's just the latest one detected in use.
    08-27-12 02:23 AM
  20. ifraser's Avatar
    The RC4 alpha was using the 649 radio but was too flaky.

    So the Beta which is as far as a release has the 523 radio advised. But some are still using the higher one.
    Until we get a newer and better release of OS that is the release RC4 that is on the 1st thread post.


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    08-27-12 02:27 AM
  21. James9900's Avatar
    The secondary effect of a device running hot, is poor battery life.
    Well said Phill, when I am idling overnight in my air condition room, my battery's ADR is 1.8% while battery temperature is 16, when I go outside where it is 33 degrees celcius (I live in Asia) the battery temperature jumps to 30 and ADR jumps to about 6%. Battery temperature and climate has a direct correlation to ADR.
    08-27-12 02:47 AM
  22. James9900's Avatar
    13%, 12%, 15% lost in 3 consecutive hours..

    Not a good sign even though its settling -.-
    Shah, its all country/network dependent. I am sure of that, so don't compare to others who are not in India (in your city or town) and who are not on your network.
    08-27-12 02:49 AM
  23. imsatsel's Avatar
    Just those 3 I included. The rest is up to the way you shrink
    thanks for the RC4B bro...
    for the porsche theme,what is the file for it ? alx and cod related.
    Thanks a lot
    08-27-12 02:58 AM
  24. zocster's Avatar
    thanks for the RC4B bro...
    for the porsche theme,what is the file for it ? alx and cod related.
    Thanks a lot
    Theme from the P9981, compatible with 99xx
    08-27-12 03:34 AM
  25. will_chrome's Avatar
    thanks phill, btw can you tell me how to search for new os like you did back there?
    well, zocster and ifraser. looks like RC5 coming soon
    08-27-12 03:52 AM
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