1. brainless's Avatar
    In options/about it says bundle 896 after the os # and before the platform#. None of the other 5.0 had this. Unless I didn't notice.

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    02-28-10 07:49 PM
  2. FF22's Avatar
    Mine does not show any BUNDLE number. OS .411 but I've got a hybrid installed.
    02-28-10 10:04 PM
  3. brainless's Avatar
    I don't know. I've had every available OS that ever came out including some hybrids and never saw that BUNDLE # in there

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    02-28-10 10:50 PM
  4. brainless's Avatar
    BlackBerry® 9630
    smartphone (3G, CDMA)
    v5.0.0.530 (Bundle 896, Platform
    3G Bands 1
    Cryptographic Kernel v3.8.5.85
    Branding Version:
    Micro Edition Configuration: CLDC-1.1
    Micro Edition Profile: MIDP-2.1
    Micro Edition JTWI Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition Media Version: 1.1
    Micro Edition PIM Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition File Version: 1.0
    Micro Edition Bluetooth Version: 1.1
    Micro Edition Location Version: 1.0.1
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    02-28-10 11:14 PM
  5. Xopher's Avatar
    I believe the OS is made up of two portions: the base OS files and the applications installed on top of that. In the example above, the OS is and the applications included are version

    These get bundled together for distribution. My guess is that each time they change either the OS or the apps, they increase the bundle/package number. So, the OS number might not change when they change something in the apps. This distribution number will increase even though the OS version didn't.
    03-01-10 09:57 AM
  6. brainless's Avatar
    Seems to make sense to me. Thanks for the reply guys. I wonder if there is a different .530 without the VZW files in it "ptt".

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    03-01-10 02:18 PM