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  1. rroyy's Avatar

    1909 cod files from 6.0.0.600 & 121 cod files from 6.0.0.576. Radio file from .576.

    Before you start please get your BBs Back-up with Desktop Manager!

    1) Uninstall any OS loaded to your PC and Remove all folders in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files location (for Windows XP)

    2) Install OS 6.0.0.576 for 9800 - Leaked (MultiLanguage) or Official (jAsia)
    If you have 6.0.0.576 downloaded before no need to download this again! Just Install it to your PC


    3) Download 6.0.0.600 full java swap hybrid from - Torch_6.0.0.600_FullJavaSwap_rroyy

    4) Double click Torch_6.0.0.600_FullJavaSwap_rroyy.exe and It'll ask you to select extraction folder. Default location for extract is Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9800M_v6.0.0.576_P6.6.0.216 (for Windows XP) you should select folder named 9800M_v6.0.0.576_P6.6.0.216 If you loaded leaked one or 9800Asia_v6.0.0.576_P6.6.0.216 for the official one.



    If windows below appears select Yes To All



    5) ShrinkOs if you want. (BBHTools) Image below shows safely removable applications. Select the boxes for applications, fonts, etc. that you are not using to gain more space.



    6) You can wipe your device before but I prefer not to do it and works well for me.

    7) Launch loader.exe C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader (for Windows XP) And Install OS as you did before.

    Please comment and write your findings, toughts.
    Cheers.
    Last edited by rroyy; 06-14-11 at 10:16 AM.
    06-10-11 04:34 PM
  2. raikko5's Avatar
    great job.. installing now... thanks..
    06-10-11 08:15 PM
  3. Rico131968's Avatar
    Giving a try now, will let you know asap.
    Thanks for the java files.
    06-11-11 04:03 AM
  4. Slayohslay's Avatar
    Only for Torch ? Nothing for 9780 ?
    06-11-11 04:55 AM
  5. shansmi's Avatar
    very nice so far!!! for the 9780, just delete all the files in the 576 java dir then paste in the files from the 9700 600 load...
    06-11-11 09:34 AM
  6. shansmi's Avatar
    When you do this are you just replacing the files in the Java dir or the entire directory? I did the entire directory and got a white screen on first attempt. I rolled back to 486 and am now on this hybrid. What did I do wrong?
    06-11-11 10:20 AM
  7. prithvi64's Avatar
    I installed on my torch 2 hrs before. working perfectly and much smoother than .576. Great work rroy. Regarding battery, probably after 24hrs!
    06-11-11 11:34 AM
  8. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Took me a few minutes to realize that the files were unpacked into the wrong "program files" folder.
    06-11-11 07:32 PM
  9. sedalia066's Avatar
    Working fine on my 9800. Still some bugs left from the 5 series but overall smooth.
    06-11-11 08:08 PM
  10. zocster's Avatar
    Nice back to basics hybriding rroyy

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    06-11-11 09:03 PM
  11. KrishanK's Avatar
    could you please provide a list of features on this hybrid..thank you..
    06-12-11 08:37 AM
  12. prithvi64's Avatar
    could you please provide a list of features on this hybrid..thank you..
    Its very smooth and quite fast too. I could notice, it is snappier than .576.

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    06-12-11 08:45 AM
  13. Maseroche's Avatar
    So far I'm loving this hybrid!
    06-12-11 10:47 AM
  14. deslyh's Avatar
    very nice so far!!! for the 9780, just delete all the files in the 576 java dir then paste in the files from the 9700 600 load.. sorry, don't really understand. delete 576 java dir fr 9800?
    06-13-11 06:54 AM
  15. sedalia066's Avatar
    very nice so far!!! for the 9780, just delete all the files in the 576 java dir then paste in the files from the 9700 600 load.. sorry, don't really understand. delete 576 java dir fr 9800?
    Easiest way is to copy the Java files (files only, not the folder) from the 9700 load. Then copy the files into the 9800 Java file. If asked to replace files say "Yes." Then use Loader to install the OS to your phone. No need to remove the Java file or to copy the entire folder.
    06-13-11 06:59 AM
  16. deslyh's Avatar
    Thank you. is for my bold 9780. i ll try it. thanks again
    06-13-11 07:03 AM
  17. jdesignz's Avatar
    Downloading.. wish me luck!
    06-13-11 11:13 AM
  18. laollis's Avatar

    1909 cod files from 6.0.0.600 & 121 cod files from 6.0.0.576. Radio file from .576.

    1) Install OS 6.0.0.576 for 9800 - download link

    2) Download 6.0.0.600 java folder that I made - download link

    3) Overwrite hybrid java folder to Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9800M_v6.0.0.576_P6.6.0.216

    4) ShrinkOs if you want.

    5) You can wipe your device before but I prefer not to do it and works well for me.

    6) Launch loader.exe and install.

    Please comment and write your findings, toughts.
    Cheers.
    Is this a hybrid? Does it install the same? Do you delete the vendor file? What do you mean by 'shrink os'?
    06-13-11 09:36 PM
  19. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Is this a hybrid? Does it install the same? Do you delete the vendor file? What do you mean by 'shrink os'?
    Yes - this is a hybrid. You would delete the vendor.xml file from the base .576 OS that you install first on your PC. Once you have installed the .576 base, then you copy the java files from the hybrid and paste them into the java folder in the .576 base. The files you copy and paste will overwrite the standard java files in .576. Then, you install the OS onto your Torch.

    "Shrink OS" means removing unneeded/unwanted .cod files from the java folder, using BBHybridsTool (or other similar applications). The purpose is to make the OS smaller so your Torch boots faster. THIS IS A HIGHLY "DANGEROUS" THING TO DO IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. If you remove something that should not be removed, minimally the OS will not run properly, could have some serious side effects, and worst case you could "brick" your Torch.

    I hope this info has helped.
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    06-13-11 09:48 PM
  20. laollis's Avatar
    Yes - this is a hybrid. You would delete the vendor.xml file from the base .576 OS that you install first on your PC. Once you have installed the .576 base, then you copy the java files from the hybrid and paste them into the java folder in the .576 base. The files you copy and paste will overwrite the standard java files in .576. Then, you install the OS onto your Torch.

    "Shrink OS" means removing unneeded/unwanted .cod files from the java folder, using BBHybridsTool (or other similar applications). The purpose is to make the OS smaller so your Torch boots faster. THIS IS A HIGHLY "DANGEROUS" THING TO DO IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. If you remove something that should not be removed, minimally the OS will not run properly, could have some serious side effects, and worst case you could "brick" your Torch.

    I hope this info has helped.
    Thanks! Since I have never tried a hybrid, I guess it best for me not to do it. I appreciate your help in understanding this.
    06-13-11 09:53 PM
  21. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Doing the hybrid is not hard - just make sure to follow rroyy's instructions - it is the shrinking part that could get you in trouble.

    Do you know how to delete the vendor.xml file?
    06-13-11 09:59 PM
  22. laollis's Avatar
    Doing the hybrid is not hard - just make sure to follow rroyy's instructions - it is the shrinking part that could get you in trouble.

    Do you know how to delete the vendor.xml file?
    Yes. I downloaded the hybird, and removed the vendor file, but I haven't downloaded the java ones because I'm not sure about how to add those files.
    06-13-11 10:03 PM
  23. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Have you installed the ..576 base OS on your PC?
    06-13-11 10:06 PM
  24. zocster's Avatar
    If you're unsure, direct the exe to extract elsewhere within your computer. Somewhere on the desktop maybe, then you can copy and paste into the shared folder, when you are ready.

    It is just a matter of clicking

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    06-13-11 10:06 PM
  25. laollis's Avatar
    Yes, it's on my PC.
    06-13-11 10:07 PM
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