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  1. Don_Henry's Avatar
    And you have downloaded rroyy's hybrid file?
    06-13-11 10:09 PM
  2. laollis's Avatar
    I downloaded rroy's file. I opened apploader to see it there and removed the vendor file, then closed it.
    06-13-11 10:11 PM
  3. laollis's Avatar
    And you have downloaded rroyy's hybrid file?
    I am thinking I messed up already. (ouch..LOL)
    Am I to download the Latest Official 9800 OS 6.0.0.576 from Bharti Airtel first?
    Then rroy's hybird and then the java?


    06-13-11 10:15 PM
  4. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Here are steps:

    1) Uninstall any OS currently on your PC
    2) Download and install .576 on your PC
    3) Delete vendor.XML file after installing .576 on your PC
    4) Download rroyy's hybrid folder - save the folder somewhere on your PC where you can find it
    5) Copy the files from rroyy's folder and paste them into the java folder that is contained in the .576 base OS
    6) Wipe your 9800 if you choose to do so (some people do this - I do - but it is not absolutely necessary
    7) Install the OS from your PC into your 9800 using apploader.exe

    After .576 is installed, do you know where/how to find it on your PC and locate the java folder?
    06-13-11 10:21 PM
  5. laollis's Avatar
    Here are steps:

    1) Uninstall any OS currently on your PC
    2) Download and install .576 on your PC
    3) Delete vendor.XML file after installing .576 on your PC
    4) Download rroyy's hybrid folder - save the folder somewhere on your PC where you can find it
    5) Copy the files from rroyy's folder and paste them into the java folder that is contained in the .576 base OS
    6) Wipe your 9800 if you choose to do so (some people do this - I do - but it is not absolutely necessary
    7) Install the OS from your PC into your 9800 using apploader.exe

    After .576 is installed, do you know where/how to find it on your PC and locate the java folder?
    OK, since I downloaded rroyy's first and didn't save it to the desktop, I will delete everything and start over. I'll be back in 10. Thanks so much for all your help!!!
    06-13-11 10:27 PM
  6. Don_Henry's Avatar
    I just realized rroyy's download is an .exe - I will have to modify some of my instructions to you . . .
    06-13-11 10:44 PM
  7. Don_Henry's Avatar
    OK - slightly modified instructions:

    Here are steps:

    1) Uninstall any OS currently on your PC
    2) Download and install .576 on your PC
    3) Delete vendor.XML file after installing .576 on your PC
    4) Download rroyy's hybrid folder - save the folder somewhere on your PC where you can find it
    5) Click on rroyy's hybrid file - you should see the .576 file location in the window of rroyy's installer - click install - it will automatically place the hybrid .cod files into the java folder on the base .576
    6) Wipe your 9800 if you choose to do so (some people do this - I do - but it is not absolutely necessary)
    7) Install the OS from your PC into your 9800 using apploader.exe
    06-13-11 10:49 PM
  8. laollis's Avatar
    I downloaded the .576 and removed the vendor file. I downloaded rroyy's hybrid .576 and saved it to the desktop. Then I downloaded rroyy's java file and saved it to the desktop.
    06-13-11 10:51 PM
  9. Don_Henry's Avatar
    You only need rroyy's hybrid file - you don't need the java folder.
    06-13-11 10:53 PM
  10. rroyy's Avatar
    I downloaded the .576 and removed the vendor file. I downloaded rroyy's hybrid .576 and saved it to the desktop. Then I downloaded rroyy's java file and saved it to the desktop.
    First link is OS 6.0.0.576's itself Second one hybrid files.
    06-13-11 10:53 PM
  11. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Do you understand everything in my modified instructions?

    Do you know where to find the loader.exe application to install the OS to your 9800?
    06-13-11 10:54 PM
  12. laollis's Avatar
    OK - slightly modified instructions:

    Here are steps:

    1) Uninstall any OS currently on your PC
    2) Download and install .576 on your PC
    3) Delete vendor.XML file after installing .576 on your PC
    4) Download rroyy's hybrid folder - save the folder somewhere on your PC where you can find it
    5) Click on rroyy's hybrid file - you should see the .576 file location in the window of rroyy's installer - click install - it will automatically place the hybrid .cod files into the java folder on the base .576
    6) Wipe your 9800 if you choose to do so (some people do this - I do - but it is not absolutely necessary)
    7) Install the OS from your PC into your 9800 using apploader.exe
    Both .576 are exe, and when I open one it just seems to overwrite the other.
    06-13-11 10:55 PM
  13. Don_Henry's Avatar
    What do you mean "both .576"? You should have only one .576 (the base OS) - and yes, it is an executable so it installs on your PC
    06-13-11 10:58 PM
  14. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Did you also do a backup of your 9800 so you don't lose data, settings, and applications? You need to do that before installing the OS to your 9800
    06-13-11 11:00 PM
  15. laollis's Avatar
    What do you mean "both .576"? You should have only one .576 (the base OS) - and yes, it is an executable so it installs on your PC
    .576 installed, and then rroyy's .576 is the same and when it installs it asked if I want to repair or delete, because it;s the same os.
    06-13-11 11:02 PM
  16. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Must be because rroyy's hybrid has some .576 .cod files along with the .600 .cod files - I have not actually run his .exe yet, but it should simply install itself into the java folder in the .576 base. Since the rroyy file is only the .cod files, it is not a full OS.
    06-13-11 11:08 PM
  17. laollis's Avatar
    This is the first one I installed: Latest Official 9800 OS 6.0.0.576 from Bharti Airtel.

    Then I followed this page by rroyy: http://forums.crackberry.com/f224/to...-576-a-622402/
    06-13-11 11:08 PM
  18. Don_Henry's Avatar
    The original post by rroyy (beginning of this thread) contained this line:

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

    If you click on download link, it will direct you to a fileshare page where you download his .exe - is that what you did?
    06-13-11 11:12 PM
  19. laollis's Avatar
    The original post by rroyy (beginning of this thread) contained this line:

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

    If you click on download link, it will direct you to a fileshare page where you download his .exe - is that what you did?
    Yes, that's exactly what I did. I saved the java on the desktop so I know where it is.
    06-13-11 11:26 PM
  20. Don_Henry's Avatar
    And so - with .576 base OS installed on your PC, and then you run rroyy's .exe - you get the message "Do you want to repair or delete?"
    06-13-11 11:29 PM
  21. laollis's Avatar
    And so - with .576 base OS installed on your PC, and then you run rroyy's .exe - you get the message "Do you want to repair or delete?"
    Yes. It seems it is the same os.
    06-13-11 11:32 PM
  22. laollis's Avatar
    When I open the java folder, this is what it says: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9800M_v6.0.0.576_P6.6.0.216

    I just opened rroyy's java folder and it says to reinstall a fresh copy because most of the files are corrupt.
    Last edited by laollis; 06-13-11 at 11:38 PM. Reason: edit
    06-13-11 11:35 PM
  23. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Very weird - as I said, I have not installed rroyy's hybrid yet - I see he is online (he is in Turkey - so daytime over there now) - you might want to PM him and see if he can figure it out.
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    06-13-11 11:38 PM
  24. laollis's Avatar
    Very weird - as I said, I have not installed rroyy's hybrid yet - I see he is online (he is in Turkey - so daytime over there now) - you might want to PM him and see if he can figure it out.
    Thank you for all your help! I will do that.
    06-13-11 11:40 PM
  25. Don_Henry's Avatar
    Sorry we couldn't figure it out . . .
    06-13-11 11:41 PM
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