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  1. pvphooman's Avatar
    Better (user) control over apps and android ports silently running services and processes in the background...killing the battery and compromising security.

    Posted via CB10 & Z10 abuser
    06-22-13 12:33 PM
  2. Solar 77's Avatar
    I'm not sure if this has been posted already 'cause I'm not gonna read through 33 pages just to check but I would love to have a toggle for switching data on and off. Like please BlackBerry

    Posted via CB10
    06-22-13 12:36 PM
  3. BlackBerry USA's Avatar
    For 10.2 or even an immediate update, a data usage summary. This especially important because of the vast data drain apparently "Inherent" to the 10.xx. Android has a great quick summary Berry should replicate somehow. See attached.

    What do YOU wanna see on 10.2?-img_00000815.jpg

    Posted via ZB10
    RIMperator likes this.
    06-22-13 12:36 PM
  4. SHADOW's Avatar
    If that's your wish, it will come


    Sent from my iPhone4S after my Z10 took a trip in the bowl
    Lol thanks

    Posted via CB10
    06-22-13 01:30 PM
  5. WhiteSpir1t's Avatar
    For 10.2 or even an immediate update, a data usage summary. This especially important because of the vast data drain apparently "Inherent" to the 10.xx. Android has a great quick summary Berry should replicate somehow. See attached.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Posted via ZB10
    How about installing an on/off switch to enable us turn off nginx when we want to conserve battery? Or better yet, retool the Development Mode On/Off switch to also launch that little http server on our devices when we want to sync/connect with BBLink?

    An ssh daemon with that's inactive/cpu load @ 0% on the iPhone still manages to sip away at the battery as observed by many outside this forum. I can also attest to this fact myself. Having less processes running in the background can also free up ram which can also be seen as another benefit.

    Doing 'pidin' on bb10 shows how ridiculous BlackBerry's implementation of running the number of services it is compared to the iPhone when looking at 'ps aux'. Yes these little things matter and people know that Apple doesn't cut corners when it comes down to any facet of engineering whether it's hardware or software. The iPhone 4S has just 512MB and theoretically runs similar processes in the background and leaves the user with 210MB available memory. Since the iPhone 5S has been upgraded with 1GB, that would mean the user now has 790-800MB left over for use. This means ram usage on iPhone 5 is at 800/1000GB = 80% available for use and BlackBerry's Z10 comes out to be 1GB/2GB = 50% available efficiency. That's a 30% difference despite the Z10 having double the memory capacity of the iPhone 5 at the hardware.

    The attachment below includes the number of processes currently running on my iPhone 4S with only 512MB ram. My Z10, from while back, however, has 2GB of ram and yet, user available ram, at boot, consistently hovers at around 1GB available and even with all apps closed out. Now we must ask what is it in BlackBerry 10 that which requires so many things to run in the background? It wouldn't be surprising if a connection can also be made to the jitter effects experienced at the UI level.

    Likewise, if so many processes are running, wouldn't that limit the quality of BlackBerry 10 development in the future? With 2GB ram on the Z10, and for the woo effect, I'd like to have my active frame icons display my movie being played, in realtime at the active frame screen, just like what Mac OS X does when a movie is being minimized to the dock for instance. It's a RTOS indeed; with threading issues, you see how that can also cause the jitter affects? Now compare the number of processes running in the background between both iOS and BB10 and judge for yourself whether Thor needs to lay his hammer in the software engineering room.

    iPhone 4S/512MB

    What do YOU wanna see on 10.2?-screen-shot-2013-06-22-saturday-1.52.05-pm.jpg

    =====================================
    Z10/2GB

    $ pidin
    pid tid name prio STATE Blocked
    couldn't open /proc/1/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/516106/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/241675/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/1048613/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/7188518/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/1232935/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/7594024/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/2084905/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/2777132/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/14749741/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5705775/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5779504/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/2961464/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/3555395/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/3629126/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/3715146/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/3723340/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/3768400/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/4259939/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5275803/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5283996/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/15175837/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/25235614/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5312673/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5796002/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5349539/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5652644/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5636261/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5865647/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5656755/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5664948/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5669045/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5673142/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/5816504/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/20869305/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/5902522/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/6643905/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/7180496/as: Operation not permitted
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    couldn't open /proc/15700178/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/25338067/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/15700180/as: Operation not permitted
    couldn't open /proc/14172376/as: Operation not permitted
    25329840 1 usr/sbin/qconn 11r SIGWAITINFO
    25329840 2 usr/sbin/qconn 11r CONDVAR (0x787a9624)
    25346261 1 usr/sbin/sshd 10r RUNNING
    25346262 1 bin/sh 10r SIGSUSPEND
    25350359 1 bin/pidin 10r REPLY 1
    $

    Sent from my iPhone4S after my Z10 took a trip in the bowl
    Last edited by WhiteSpir1t; 07-01-13 at 05:35 PM.
    06-22-13 01:48 PM
  6. .pinkberry's Avatar
    Please get rid of the camera shutter sound! And if that's not possible, at least get rid of the sound when taking screenshots! I don't like drawing attention to myself each time I screenshot something and my friends asking why I'm taking photos of my crotch.
    06-22-13 01:58 PM
  7. ray689's Avatar
    I really miss all the old feature that were in BlackBerry prior to bb10 especially track pad

    Posted via CB10
    10.2 is a software update, you won't be getting a track pad.
    06-22-13 02:07 PM
  8. parthokarki's Avatar
    Please get rid of the camera shutter sound! And if that's not possible, at least get rid of the sound when taking screenshots! I don't like drawing attention to myself each time I screenshot something and my friends asking why I'm taking photos of my crotch.
    Yeah a visual notification of successful screen shot is a better idea.

    Posted via CB10
    RIMperator likes this.
    06-23-13 02:11 AM
  9. parthokarki's Avatar
    10.2 is a software update, you won't be getting a track pad.
    Wow if somebody build case with the old BlackBerry trackpad integrated would be a great idea.

    Posted via CB10
    06-23-13 02:13 AM
  10. guygardner73's Avatar
    10.2 is a software update, you won't be getting a track pad.
    Haha i applaud your restraint sir! That would have been a red rag to me lol.

    Posted via CB10
    ray689 likes this.
    06-23-13 05:12 AM
  11. guygardner73's Avatar
    Ok, i think this one is really important : the ability to have a lefthand mode which reverses the whole operation of the screen. Shouldn't take too much to do & would really help the lefties out there! I don't know if it's available on other platforms but it could be a killer function for BlackBerry.

    For the nitpickers: i am specifically referring to an aid for one handed use (which i do all the time on my Z.) i am not suggesting reversing the layout of the Keyboard or photos/pictures, only the swipe function and on screen buttons (particularly in games) lefthand hub access is a no brainer.

    Posted via CB10
    Itstakenovermylife likes this.
    06-23-13 06:08 AM
  12. hou53junk13's Avatar
    Equalizer settings in the music app would be nice

    Posted via CB10
    06-23-13 09:52 AM
  13. Boy Ertanto's Avatar
    Line,temple run,subway surfers, instagram, free other angry bird, live wallpaper!!

    Posted via CB10
    PatrickMJS and William Anania like this.
    06-23-13 10:35 AM
  14. clmazda's Avatar
    Remember on OS6 when you were replying to a message, and while replying you would receive another message, there was a pop up somewhere showing the new message. So I think they should bring that back to OS10. Like while replying there could be a pop up on top of the screen were you could click on it and then reply to the message!

    Posted via CB10 with my Z10
    06-23-13 11:56 AM
  15. clmazda's Avatar
    And they should change the style of the message style! Darker background and colored bubbles!

    Posted via CB10 with my Z10
    06-23-13 11:58 AM
  16. inialman's Avatar
    Things that I want to see are,
    - blackberry link for Linux user like ubuntu, fedora, mint, red Hat and etc
    - love Z10 keyboard, but iPhone have a great keyboard, more comfortable. than Z10

    Posted via CB10
    06-23-13 01:46 PM
  17. k3cub's Avatar
    The return of BIS.
    microfoneman likes this.
    06-23-13 01:47 PM
  18. kellyjdrummer's Avatar
    Little sparkly things.

    Sent from my cat's Z-10.
    06-23-13 03:50 PM
  19. SlcCorrado's Avatar
    Line,temple run,subway surfers, instagram, free other angry bird, live wallpaper!!

    Posted via CB10
    Temple Run works great on 10.1, you just need the native converter
    06-23-13 04:00 PM
  20. phschlender's Avatar
    One feature I really miss in the camera app is a spirit level (I don't know if this is the right word, in Germany we call it water balance). On my Ricoh Digital Camera I've got an indicator that shows me, whether my picture is horizontally aligned or not. Because the Z10 has an gyroscope this should be easy to be added.

    Phil
    06-23-13 04:02 PM
  21. clmazda's Avatar
    A panorama option on the camera with also be nice! And a full drop down setting menu from the home page!

    Posted via CB10 with my Z10
    06-23-13 04:04 PM
  22. AzN_KnIGHT's Avatar
    06-23-13 04:07 PM
  23. Itstakenovermylife's Avatar
    How about full landscape support? I love that about the PlayBook. Doesn't seem like that should be something that's so challenging... just turn my icons when I flip my phone to the side!

    Posted via CB10
    06-23-13 04:41 PM
  24. Itstakenovermylife's Avatar
    For 10.2 or even an immediate update, a data usage summary. This especially important because of the vast data drain apparently "Inherent" to the 10.xx. Android has a great quick summary Berry should replicate somehow. See attached.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_00000815.jpg 
Views:	1516 
Size:	42.9 KB 
ID:	174867

    Posted via ZB10
    Excellent tip!!

    Posted via CB10
    06-23-13 04:43 PM
  25. kellyjdrummer's Avatar
    A panorama option on the camera with also be nice! And a full drop down setting menu from the home page!

    Posted via CB10 with my Z10
    If you can see the clock, just touch it.

    'Swipe' from the top. Why? Touch the clock.
    Last edited by kellyjdrummer; 06-24-13 at 01:51 AM.
    06-23-13 04:59 PM
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