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  1. Phill_UK's Avatar
    This has to do with the Battery Saving mode.
    That bug was fixed back in .342
    05-04-12 10:10 AM
  2. aQuestion's Avatar
    This has to do with the Battery Saving mode. If you set the brightness to the lowest setting, whenever you reboot the phone it will go back to 70 from 10. (increase in brightness) To fix this, turn on the battery saving mode, choose 10 and then save. Reboot and turn off the battery saving mode and reboot again.

    At least I had this issue on the last leak. I didn't come across the same problem with this one.
    I had this issue too. It's what caused me to seek out the latest leak. Kudos for figuring out how to get around it!
    05-04-12 11:49 AM
  3. mssca's Avatar
    That bug was fixed back in .342
    That's what I thought too... but according what I read here some users still have the issue.
    05-04-12 01:34 PM
  4. yourmobile's Avatar
    I am having the same exact issue. Battery life is quite diminished. What can we do but wait for the next leak?

    same issue here.
    Went about 2 weeks with great battery life then its suddenly plateaued.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    05-05-12 08:49 AM
  5. ubizmo's Avatar
    That's what I thought too... but according what I read here some users still have the issue.

    Definitely not fixed. I still have it in .402.
    05-05-12 08:55 AM
  6. Phill_UK's Avatar
    Definitely not fixed. I still have it in .402.
    Definitely fixed in .342 and I don't recall the issue in .402 either when I tried it.
    05-05-12 09:15 AM
  7. ubizmo's Avatar
    Definitely fixed in .342 and I don't recall the issue in .402 either when I tried it.
    I can reproduce it at will in .402, although the fix described above is effective.
    05-05-12 09:50 AM
  8. superjoe95's Avatar
    This has to do with the Battery Saving mode. If you set the brightness to the lowest setting, whenever you reboot the phone it will go back to 70 from 10. (increase in brightness) To fix this, turn on the battery saving mode, choose 10 and then save. Reboot and turn off the battery saving mode and reboot again.

    At least I had this issue on the last leak. I didn't come across the same problem with this one.
    I'll give this a try when I load the leak again. Thanks.
    05-05-12 10:33 AM
  9. MetalxAssassinx's Avatar
    Hey guys, i have been using this leak for 2 weeks i guess, The Battery life is Amazing, The music player is also getting Better then before

    But im a Heavy User, as i use Whatsapp and BBM and MSN, ubersocial all together, i don't mean that they are open i mean like using them, so i hear a lot of notifications sound, and yesterday when i slept the alarm didn't work, BB sound was OFF, when i opened a song all i see is "The Camera is still working" ? :s


    and also im getting a LOT of memory drops and its getting me crazy that i need to Battery Pull to make it right, the spinning Clock always appears and its Frustrating ..

    anyone having this ? Cause i never had that much lag in any of the older versions... Thanks

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Crackberry's App
    Last edited by MetalxAssassinx; 05-05-12 at 11:00 PM.
    05-05-12 10:57 PM
  10. armatek's Avatar
    the best os for 9900
    like it
    05-06-12 05:18 PM
  11. Kameleon047's Avatar
    Is a wipe needed before installing the .402 leak?
    05-07-12 08:48 AM
  12. byul's Avatar
    Not really needed but if you want a start fresh you can do it.
    05-07-12 08:52 AM
  13. aQuestion's Avatar
    Any word on the new leak?
    05-07-12 02:11 PM
  14. killer007's Avatar
    um.... did you guys have signal become more SOS?
    and GPS is take longer to find using this leak version?

    Thanks
    05-07-12 05:21 PM
  15. tedzone's Avatar
    Can anyone please confirm that hotspot works on the Rogers network with this build? I'm on 205 and it's been flawless since day one. Wifi hotspot is a must for me. Thank-You
    05-07-12 10:20 PM
  16. byul's Avatar
    Haven't experienced more SOS signal loss nor GPS taking longer to find so far.
    05-08-12 12:50 AM
  17. tdccbb's Avatar
    Been running the .402 for 2 weeks now. The mem leak is driving me crazy. Removed beweather, but that didn't help.

    Mem goes from 113 free to 90 within first hour after battery pull.

    Running the following Apps:
    ABN AMRO app
    BlackBerry Bridge
    BB Messenger
    BB News
    BB Protect
    BB Travel
    Buku Reader
    Couverts
    Dropbox
    Endomondo
    Evernote
    Facebook
    Foursquare
    IM+
    IM+ Talk
    ING Banking
    Moodagent
    Nobex
    Nomand
    Nu.nl
    Parkmobile
    Photo Studio Pro
    Shazam
    Smart WiFi
    Twitter
    Whatsapp
    Wikitude
    Windows Live Messenger
    Yahoo Messenger
    Last edited by tdccbb; 05-08-12 at 05:25 AM.
    05-08-12 05:08 AM
  18. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Anyone tried the .391 sfi with the .402 Java ?

    Some reports of .391 having a better signal than .402.

    May be compatible as builds not that far apart whereas .318 sfi was apparently not.
    05-08-12 05:23 AM
  19. bimmerdriver's Avatar
    Been running the .402 for 2 weeks now. The mem leak is driving me crazy. Removed beweather, but that didn't help.

    Mem goes from 113 free to 90 within first hour after battery pull.

    Running the following Apps:
    ABN AMRO app
    BlackBerry Bridge
    BB Messenger
    BB News
    BB Protect
    BB Travel
    Buku Reader
    Couverts
    Dropbox
    Endomondo
    Evernote
    Facebook
    Foursquare
    IM+
    IM+ Talk
    ING Banking
    Moodagent
    Nobex
    Nomand
    Nu.nl
    Parkmobile
    Photo Studio Pro
    Shazam
    Smart WiFi
    Twitter
    Whatsapp
    Wikitude
    Windows Live Messenger
    Yahoo Messenger
    That long list of applications you're running might have something to do with it. I only run a handful of applications and the free memory fluctuates up and down a lot more that 25 MB. 90 MB may be a threshold for the garbage collector to kick in.
    05-08-12 09:56 AM
  20. killer007's Avatar
    i am not sure, it feels like after i upgrade to 402 the signal strength start to decrease @[email protected]
    like SOS SOS SOS, ahhhhh
    and when i driving, i find the bb traffic took longer to get hold of the position, kind of weird so i am not sure if it is the OS problem
    05-08-12 12:52 PM
  21. TheEdge's Avatar
    After a week of using 402, and almost 10 battery pulls, i find the radio signal strength terrible. For battery, I used to get almost 10 - 12 solid hours (average usage) on 2g/3g on Docomo's 318, but on this i get a mere 5 - 6 hours on average usage on 2g/3g.

    Reverting back to 318, which was the best build for me overall.
    05-08-12 02:17 PM
  22. aQuestion's Avatar
    After a week of using 402, and almost 10 battery pulls, i find the radio signal strength terrible. For battery, I used to get almost 10 - 12 solid hours (average usage) on 2g/3g on Docomo's 318, but on this i get a mere 5 - 6 hours on average usage on 2g/3g.
    Yes, unfortunately battery life seems to be compromised in .402. Disappointing.
    05-08-12 03:53 PM
  23. BBFTW88's Avatar
    Best build for me, battery wise. Can't see any reason why I'll ever upgrade again.

    Memory leak is quite bad, but nothing a quick battery pull cant fix.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using the CB forums app
    05-08-12 06:49 PM
  24. Mi.key's Avatar
    Yes, unfortunately battery life seems to be compromised in .402. Disappointing.
    Best build for me, battery wise. Can't see any reason why I'll ever upgrade again.
    Interesting...
    05-08-12 07:05 PM
  25. dennie82's Avatar
    Best build for me, battery wise. Can't see any reason why I'll ever upgrade again.

    Memory leak is quite bad, but nothing a quick battery pull cant fix.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using the CB forums app
    Even my 9700 didn't need any battery pull, you're saying that you're ok with battery pull with the 9900 and 7.1? You are a good customer sir.
    05-08-12 08:14 PM
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