1. hack3rcon's Avatar
    Hello.
    What does "Debrick + Core OS" and "Radio" mean?
    If I wanted to update just Core OS and Application I must use "Core OS" or "Debrick" ?
    How about "Radio" ?

    Thank you.
    06-06-15 08:33 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    core OS is the OS and radio is what gives you the ability to make phone calls and get wifi. debrick is all the apps and language files etc. if you want to update use an autoloader. it has everything into one executable file
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    06-06-15 08:43 AM
  3. Ringomaniac's Avatar
    core OS is the OS and radio is what gives you the ability to make phone calls and get wifi. debrick is all the apps and language files etc. if you want to update use an autoloader. it has everything into one executable file
    How to use an autoloader please? I have seen some instructions but it looks like they assume you know it all.

    I just understood how to use Sachesi but not yet with an autoloader? I mean after downloading all the four files (Core, Debrick, Radio and Autoloader) what should I do? Execute the autoloader, how? Where do I put the files during execution of the autoloader?

    Thanks in advance.


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    06-06-15 09:08 AM
  4. BCITMike's Avatar
    core OS is the OS and radio is what gives you the ability to make phone calls and get wifi. debrick is all the apps and language files etc. if you want to update use an autoloader. it has everything into one executable file
    To clarify, when she says use the autoloader, it's not really an upgrade, it will Wipe your phone.

    You want a blitz package and sachesi to upgrade it. Read in the leaked OS forum for more details.

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    06-06-15 04:36 PM
  5. thurask's Avatar
    How to use an autoloader please? I have seen some instructions but it looks like they assume you know it all.

    I just understood how to use Sachesi but not yet with an autoloader? I mean after downloading all the four files (Core, Debrick, Radio and Autoloader) what should I do? Execute the autoloader, how? Where do I put the files during execution of the autoloader?

    Thanks in advance.


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    An autoloader is a Windows .exe file that will load whatever is in it (generally a debrick + radio, i.e. a complete system image) onto the phone, overwriting anything there already. No need for Sachesi or anything like that, unless you want to make one instead of using one.

    If you download an autoloader (like from here), it's generally compressed as a .rar, .7z or .zip file. Decompress it (with 7-Zip, preferably) and you'll get a few-GB .exe file: your autoloader. Plug in your phone and double click. It'll wipe and load the new software on it.

    Of course, that means you should back up anything important before using it.
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    06-06-15 04:44 PM
  6. hack3rcon's Avatar
    Yes but "Autoloader" wipe my phone and I just need update OS and Apps.What is your idea?
    06-06-15 11:07 PM
  7. thurask's Avatar
    Yes but "Autoloader" wipe my phone and I just need update OS and Apps.What is your idea?
    Use Sachesi, then.

    Core OS, radio, apps. Load those.

    http://forums.crackberry.com/showthread.php?t=904841

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    06-06-15 11:08 PM
  8. kndL's Avatar
    What is "BlitzOS" and "Non-Destructive" mean? Thanks..

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    06-07-15 12:36 PM
  9. teostar's Avatar
    What is "BlitzOS" and "Non-Destructive" mean? Thanks..

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    Blitz is just a fancy name someone came up with. Blitz just means you don't need to know what device you have and go through the technicalities of know which file names to download to update, just dload one file with everything and load it.
    The blitz packages are "non-destructive " meaning they won't wipe your phone during the upgrade. No need to back up and worry about setting up your device from scratch and downloading over all your apps.



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    06-07-15 12:53 PM
  10. conite's Avatar
    What is "BlitzOS" and "Non-Destructive" mean? Thanks..

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    Non-destructive means it will not wipe your device of all of your apps, media, and settings. It's like doing a normal over the air update.

    A blitz install is a simple way for beginners to accomplish this type of update. No need to worry about what files to copy to your device as they are all packaged together in one nice zip file (albeit in a very large one).

    Check out the most recent blitz thread here:
    http://forums.crackberry.com/showthread.php?t=1021840

    Z30STA100-5/10.3.2.798
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    06-07-15 12:53 PM
  11. bbnrs's Avatar
    This has been a great eye opener for me. Thanks to all for your contributions. There are some who are still neophytes.
    06-07-15 01:53 PM

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