1. alexander_ekin's Avatar
    Alexander_Ekin 9000 ,8900, 8520 Hybrids V681C

    Composision
    5.0.0.681(base) (about screen)
    5.0.0.692
    5.0.0.689
    5.0.0.699
    5.0.0.705
    5.0.0.680 (alt+ctrl+H)

    base 681 official optus

    instructiion
    1. instal 681
    2. instal Alexander_Ekin Hybrids V681C
    3. delete vendor xml
    4. backup ur device with dekstop manager
    5. backup ur apps with BBSAK 1.7
    6. wipe ur device with BBSAK or jl cmder
    7. launch loader.exe

    link
    Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
    thanks
    06-03-10 04:15 AM
  2. sibayu's Avatar
    finally bro,..

    AE, what is the strong point for this build?
    06-03-10 04:24 AM
  3. mantech's Avatar
    how do i tell if the v681C was installed with the os? this is my first time installing a hybrid os. thx
    06-04-10 03:34 AM
  4. juliankueh's Avatar
    Menu>Applications>Menu>Modules. Scroll down and u should see the different installed files.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    06-04-10 04:13 AM
  5. mantech's Avatar
    Since there are different versions of the A_EV681 do I just download the desired version and delete everything in the loader folder?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    06-04-10 11:02 AM
  6. jdaclutch's Avatar
    this build vs willyboy 5.1? comparison people?
    06-04-10 02:01 PM
  7. sibayu's Avatar
    this build vs willyboy 5.1? comparison people?
    for curve 8900?
    i go with this one.
    got a better signal lock and battery life.
    well thats just me.
    06-04-10 02:39 PM
  8. jdaclutch's Avatar
    for curve 8900?
    i go with this one.
    got a better signal lock and battery life.
    well thats just me.
    http://forums.crackberry.com/f95/wil...72/index2.html

    you sure?
    06-04-10 10:14 PM
  9. sibayu's Avatar

    you sure?
    you can always try them both anytime u like.
    see which builds fits your daily 8900 usage.
    for me, AE build fits my needs.

    and yes, im 100% sure.
    06-05-10 03:08 AM
  10. sgesang's Avatar
    It all depends on your provider's network signal. 8900 only has maximum 2G connection which is EDGE. As long as you have EDGE signal lock instead of GPRS, you battery life will be better. Once it drops to GPRS, your device will keep scanning to find EDGE signal which will drains more battery.
    06-05-10 10:41 PM
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