1. jason.klein's Avatar
    Everyone knows that the 141 radio sucks. I have used the 132 and I am not especially pleased. I even went with 109 radio because I had heard that it recovered memory throughout the day but that didnt work for me either. I have been switching between BBCM v5.1 and Oneofakind's java hybrids, so I know that the java is not to blame. Suddenly, I remembered 122 was kind of nice and I have been running it for about 4 hours with nice stable memory. I will post more results tomorrow but so far so good
    05-18-09 05:59 PM
  2. Wraith1283's Avatar
    Well I'm using .122 and its been a godsend. I've tried .132 and it wasn't that good for me. The radio was horribly inconsistent for me. The memory leak was also horrible for me on .132. I went back down to .122 and its been smooth sailing. I'm not going to change os's until either 5.0 comes out or verizon comes out with an official one.
    05-18-09 06:26 PM
  3. -BoneZ-'s Avatar
    I ran .122 for a few weeks and it was stable with good memory until I used the video recorder yesterday and it locked up my phone. So, I just updated to .132 last night and it's very fast, very stable. No bugs and it seems like I have more bars. I've had full bars in places that I didn't in .122.

    Also, there were no memory leaks in .122 and I haven't seen any yet in .132. The memory goes down in both OS's, but they both always recovered back into the 40's on their own
    05-18-09 06:39 PM
  4. hookbill's Avatar
    For my 2 cents worth I've been running .122 again now for 4 days and it is without question the most stable non hybrid OS I have used. No lag in keyboard like with .132, the most hype and overrated OS ever, and no major bugs like .144

    Memory is excellent, and while I liked lyricidals .141/5.0 hybrid without question .122 retains memory better for me. YMMV
    05-19-09 07:28 AM
  5. gtstang462002's Avatar
    .141 has had a better radio file than anything from .114-.132 in my opinion.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    05-19-09 09:48 AM
  6. metsfan89's Avatar
    im using a hybrid that consists of 122 radio and 141 and 5.0 java files. its sooo silky smooth
    05-19-09 11:16 AM
  7. karlac's Avatar
    For my 2 cents worth I've been running .122 again now for 4 days and it is without question the most stable non hybrid OS I have used. <snip>
    Ditto ... took 40+ work related photos yesterday on a construction site without lag or freeze. Would not have been able to do that on .75 on this particular phone.

    That said, the video display wanks on occasion when watching a video podcast, but clears quickly, and is a small price to pay for the noticeable improvements over .75.
    05-19-09 04:13 PM
  8. fingers25's Avatar
    For my 2 cents worth I've been running .122 again now for 4 days and it is without question the most stable non hybrid OS I have used. No lag in keyboard like with .132, the most hype and overrated OS ever, and no major bugs like .144

    Memory is excellent, and while I liked lyricidals .141/5.0 hybrid without question .122 retains memory better for me. YMMV
    Ok, i've been hearing a lot about how good it is, but how do I get it? I've upgraded from.75 to .141 and now I can't even get a signal in my house. Never had this problem before the upgrade...help!!
    05-19-09 05:35 PM
  9. paulquzz's Avatar
    look for the .122 thread and download the file..then install it the same way you installed .141..

    fyi - delete .141 off your computer first to assure easy upgrade.
    05-19-09 06:08 PM
  10. hookbill's Avatar
    Not exactly.

    Unless your provider is Bell there is a little more then just downloading.

    I suggest do a search on threads started by lyricidal and then download .122 on your phone with lyr's easy install.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    05-19-09 06:25 PM
  11. jason.klein's Avatar
    By the way guys, I am just referring to the 122 radio. I believe that, used in conjunction with one of the 141 java hybrids (one of a kinds or bbcrackmans), this radio performs the best...
    05-19-09 06:37 PM
  12. -BoneZ-'s Avatar
    Unless your provider is Bell there is a little more then just downloading.
    Actually, the OS's are not carrier specific, even though they say they are. I'm on Verizon and didn't have to do anything different with the Bell .122. Download, install, delete vendor.xml, upgrade (or downgrade). Couldn't be simpler.
    05-20-09 04:40 PM
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