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  1. maxx71's Avatar
    I'm not a Blackberry newbie you know. Yeah, already settled in pretty well, been running it more than 3 days, and I know when is the time that one OS already settled in. And I'm sure, RC5 is not playing well with my device. Same goes to other RC excluding RC4
    Sure you know what's best for your device, it was just a suggestion and i know you are not a newbie, no offence meant in any ways whatsoever...rolleyes>>>
    Last edited by maxx71; 09-05-12 at 08:42 AM.
    09-05-12 08:30 AM
  2. speakeasytelecom's Avatar
    Yes, .523 works for most in UK and yes sfi is as always .523
    Thanks Maxx

    Much appreciated
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    09-05-12 08:42 AM
  3. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Yes, .523 works for most in UK and yes sfi is as always .523
    Good old .523, where would we be without it.

    Beats me that RIM have never managed to come up with another .sfi that runs so cool or works so well.

    Shame that you can't mess with the make up of the .sfi or I'm sure that Zocs would have made a brilliant Hybrid one.
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    09-05-12 10:03 AM
  4. deezy87's Avatar
    Good old .523, where would we be without it.

    Beats me that RIM have never managed to come up with another .sfi that runs so cool or works so well.

    Shame that you can't mess with the make up of the .sfi or I'm sure that Zocs would have made a brilliant Hybrid one.
    If he could I bet he would...
    09-05-12 01:28 PM
  5. zocster's Avatar
    Good old .523, where would we be without it.

    Beats me that RIM have never managed to come up with another .sfi that runs so cool or works so well.

    Shame that you can't mess with the make up of the .sfi or I'm sure that Zocs would have made a brilliant Hybrid one.
    lol not possible. May be with some reverse engineering but ....
    Legal Eagle and ifraser like this.
    09-05-12 02:00 PM
  6. damianiw's Avatar
    The only thing i did different this time round was that i wiped my device and off course did shrink through BBHtools.....
    Wow your figures seem impressive, may try rc5 myself

    Question, do you leave blue tooth on and are you on 3g
    09-05-12 04:40 PM
  7. ifraser's Avatar
    I use 3G most of the day and UMA (wifi calling) in the house.

    I have bluetooth on in the car as well but turn it off when I leave the car.
    I used to turn my wireless off if I went out the house but now just leave it on all the time as I still get battery from 7.30 till 10.30pm at least at night.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk on BL Hybrid
    09-05-12 04:46 PM
  8. darrenthegreat's Avatar
    I am currently running os 7.1.0.569 on the Bold 9900 and I'm desiring something better! I want to know which is the most stable version of this hybrid? I've read a lot of the posts in here and some are a little conflicting. RC 1 through 4? Which one should I try out tonight?
    09-05-12 04:50 PM
  9. ifraser's Avatar
    Lots of people are liking RC3 however having run in RC5a for this week its doing well.

    Smooth, not too laggy, and good battery.

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    09-05-12 05:09 PM
  10. darrenthegreat's Avatar
    Thanks ifraser, I will try out RC3 then later tonight!
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    09-05-12 05:36 PM
  11. WindOfRage's Avatar
    Lots of people are liking RC3 however having run in RC5a for this week its doing well.

    Smooth, not too laggy, and good battery.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk on BL Hybrid
    The RC3 full or java only?
    And what base os, what sfi file from what os?
    09-05-12 06:09 PM
  12. albertinik's Avatar
    Good old .523, where would we be without it.

    Beats me that RIM have never managed to come up with another .sfi that runs so cool or works so well.

    Shame that you can't mess with the make up of the .sfi or I'm sure that Zocs would have made a brilliant Hybrid one.
    I am on on 658 with 569 sfi and it stays at 23 degree of temp most of the times. The only two times that I wanted to follow zocs advices and try 523 sfi off were horrible..not as much as 658 sfi but quite messy still. The carrier is the best gear you can get around as well.
    So just forget about it and let's just say that, apart from the fails one ,the sfi has to really and truly accomplish with your area and carrier parameters.

    Regards
    09-05-12 07:12 PM
  13. Big_Ern's Avatar
    ... The carrier is the best gear you can get around as well.
    So just forget about it and let's just say that, apart from the fails one ,the sfi has to really and truly accomplish with your area and carrier parameters.

    Regards
    What do you mean by this?
    Also I didn't know there was a 658 sfi available yet?
    09-05-12 08:03 PM
  14. clie610's Avatar
    What do you mean by this?
    Also I didn't know there was a 658 sfi available yet?
    maybe he meant .649 and the .sfi performance depends on the carrier network
    09-05-12 08:48 PM
  15. Big_Ern's Avatar
    maybe he meant .649 and the .sfi performance depends on the carrier network
    Ah ok. Thanks. That would make sense. It sounded like he was trying to say something else...
    09-05-12 08:53 PM
  16. maxx71's Avatar
    Wow your figures seem impressive, may try rc5 myself

    Question, do you leave blue tooth on and are you on 3g
    I switch on the bluetooth while driving only, then switch it off. I use EDGE and while browsing either use 3G or Wifi.
    09-05-12 10:07 PM
  17. slamdunky's Avatar
    I just finished installing the RC5 on the .523 base. I have a 9900. I seem to be missing certain fonts in the devices' display. I didn't shrink or mess around with the OS just backed up, wiped and the previous drill of copy and replace on the base (.523) OS. Can some one please help me get the fonts back?
    09-06-12 12:08 AM
  18. zocster's Avatar
    I just finished installing the RC5 on the .523 base. I have a 9900. I seem to be missing certain fonts in the devices' display. I didn't shrink or mess around with the OS just backed up, wiped and the previous drill of copy and replace on the base (.523) OS. Can some one please help me get the fonts back?

    What fonts did you need?


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    09-06-12 12:10 AM
  19. slamdunky's Avatar
    What fonts did you need?


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    verdana, comic sans, impact, georgia, courier new, andale mono, BB casual. Actually a few more are missing as well but these are the ones I use. I wouldn't mind getting all of them back Thanks in advance.
    09-06-12 12:28 AM
  20. rgshah3's Avatar
    just installed rc5a on my 9810!

    .658 base and radio
    09-06-12 12:36 AM
  21. zocster's Avatar
    verdana, comic sans, impact, georgia, courier new, andale mono, BB casual. Actually a few more are missing as well but these are the ones I use. I wouldn't mind getting all of them back Thanks in advance.

    What do you use all those for if I may ask?


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    09-06-12 12:42 AM
  22. Big_Ern's Avatar
    just installed rc5a on my 9810!

    .658 base and radio
    Where did you get 658 base and radio?
    09-06-12 12:53 AM
  23. rgshah3's Avatar
    Where did you get 658 base and radio?
    its official for the torch 9810

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...nicana-742873/
    Last edited by rgshah3; 09-06-12 at 01:58 AM.
    09-06-12 12:57 AM
  24. slamdunky's Avatar
    What do you use all those for if I may ask?


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    errr... I like the font to be bold and these fonts dont look like too many alphabets have been squeezed very close together. Did I mess some thing up?
    09-06-12 01:01 AM
  25. Big_Ern's Avatar
    Ahhh... I didn't notice you've got a torch. I need the 9900
    09-06-12 02:01 AM
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