1. maxx71's Avatar
    Anyone else having issues with Google Maps? As in, can't find it anywhere....? Before I'd just go to google.com and search for maps, now it only offers maps for android
    Try this link for google maps http://forums.crackberry.com/attachm...oogle-maps.zip
    you will need to download it to the sd card and then click the jad file.
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    12-08-12 08:20 AM
  2. maxx71's Avatar
    Downloaded RC9a
    Will be loading it on to the device in a short while........Thanks Zocs, Ian, Sator & BL Team !
    Will post findings later.
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    12-08-12 08:29 AM
  3. maxx71's Avatar
    But you did have a good experience with .658 sifi and the OS works well? Unless there is something more we're missing, what is the negative?
    Yes it was Fantastic and very Good for me ...............did not find any negatives to report, sorry
    12-08-12 08:32 AM
  4. Mi.key's Avatar
    Try this link for google maps http://forums.crackberry.com/attachm...oogle-maps.zip
    you will need to download it to the sd card and then click the jad file.
    Almost got a heart attack, but it is still there...phew.

    Google Maps is still there for download from Google... they've just hidden it

    Google Mobile
    12-08-12 12:03 PM
  5. deezy87's Avatar
    It has been released!!! This is a bad@$$ brew! Browser is on point like a needle lol I've had it on for about 5 days now, and it has settled nicely!!!!!
    12-08-12 12:18 PM
  6. Mi.key's Avatar
    I'm starting to notice that for me, the Alpha releases tend to work better.
    12-08-12 06:59 PM
  7. alfons1's Avatar
    Anyone else having issues with setting up email accounts in RC9A on .794 China base with .714 SFI?
    12-08-12 08:31 PM
  8. speakeasytelecom's Avatar
    Yes it was Fantastic and very Good for me ...............did not find any negatives to report, sorry
    Thanks! I understand.
    12-09-12 08:35 AM
  9. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Anyone else having issues with setting up email accounts in RC9A on .794 China base with .714 SFI?
    I used the same combination as you and had no issues with the install and set up whatsoever.
    12-09-12 08:46 AM
  10. dkgip's Avatar
    I used the same combination as you and had no issues with the install and set up whatsoever.
    Legal, any updates on how RC9A1 is working for you.

    Thanks

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    12-09-12 10:37 AM
  11. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Legal, any updates on how RC9A1 is working for you.

    Thanks

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    Too early to really comment as minimal use at weekend.


    Not found any issues as yet, idled overnight with nice low ADR signal is on a par with 8B, as usual with Sators builds browser lightening fast.
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    12-09-12 11:02 AM
  12. Ecm's Avatar
    I'm at 24 hours on RC 9A1 on .794 base/746 sfi. All going well but running a little warmer than RC8A1 (746 base/714 sfi) at 25. I'll let it go a few days and see how it settles before making any changes. The GPS lock on this is the best I've had. ~ecm
    12-09-12 11:45 AM
  13. deezy87's Avatar
    Been a little over 5 days [maybe 7] with RC9A1... This mix is like from the hands of god lol browser is PHENOMENAL, exceptionally responsive, zero to very minimal MDR. These guys keep one upping themselves. As with any fresh install you'll get the spinning clock, but it goes away after a short while. 7.1.0.807 has found its way into the hands of the masters, only time will tell when the next brew is released, and I am definitely looking forward to it!!

    Keep up the good work team!!!
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    12-09-12 06:58 PM
  14. Mi.key's Avatar
    Keep up the good work team!!!
    Good?!?! Now that's an understatement!!!!!

    I'm a light-medium user, with occasional heavy usage. Almost 14hours off charge, battery at ~65%. I don't think the military gets that kind of ADR hahaha
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    12-09-12 10:17 PM
  15. deezy87's Avatar
    These mixes are pure sex!
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    12-09-12 10:22 PM
  16. audio_engr's Avatar
    .807 eh ???

    Are we reaching the END of shelf life of 9900 from RIM & further OS support ?
    12-10-12 02:42 AM
  17. Phly_kid's Avatar
    is this for only .746 base or can we use .714 base as well. I tried it last night however it was .746 base + 658 sfi and RC9. At first all was well, abit warm but actually not bad, then I had hectic issues to such an extent i lost all signal. I then reverted to rc7b1 with 714 base+sfi and alas network issues there too. It was way too late so I tried to sort out or set up the little i could and wentto sleep, this morning I had 3G so i'm assuming my network was to blame last nite and so I want to try rc9 again today. Just so oI can say i have the latest and the baddest(yes thats a word now)

    Do i need to add that familiar qcht ptt line to usde .714 base or is this strictly .746 and above? Mind you us torch users only have .746 as the highest OS out for our phones.
    12-10-12 03:06 AM
  18. Sator's Avatar
    is this for only .746 base or can we use .714 base as well. I tried it last night however it was .746 base + 658 sfi and RC9. At first all was well, abit warm but actually not bad, then I had hectic issues to such an extent i lost all signal. I then reverted to rc7b1 with 714 base+sfi and alas network issues there too. It was way too late so I tried to sort out or set up the little i could and wentto sleep, this morning I had 3G so i'm assuming my network was to blame last nite and so I want to try rc9 again today. Just so oI can say i have the latest and the baddest(yes thats a word now)

    Do i need to add that familiar qcht ptt line to usde .714 base or is this strictly .746 and above? Mind you us torch users only have .746 as the highest OS out for our phones.
    I recommend you to use base 746+ 714 SFI.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
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    12-10-12 03:34 AM
  19. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    Now thats confusing! iFraser recommended the 794 with .714 sfi, which I have done. Running, as usual, smooth and fast
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    12-10-12 08:18 AM
  20. Sator's Avatar
    Now thats confusing! iFraser recommended the 794 with .714 sfi, which I have done. Running, as usual, smooth and fast
    I recommended base 746 to a torch's user, since the highest OS they have is .746. For 9900 use base 794, you did the right thing BigwhiteUK...

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
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    12-10-12 09:14 AM
  21. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    Cheers Sator, I should have read the post slowly, didnt see his reference to the Torch... my bad
    12-10-12 09:22 AM
  22. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    For 9900 use base 794, you did the right thing BigwhiteUK...

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    Used that combo on my 9900 and RC9 is solid as a rock so far.
    12-10-12 10:21 AM
  23. alfons1's Avatar
    I used the same combination as you and had no issues with the install and set up whatsoever.
    Must be a bad load then for me. Let me try to reload.
    12-10-12 11:16 AM
  24. Legal Eagle's Avatar
    Must be a bad load then for me. Let me try to reload.
    Just to be sure, do a wipe before you re install, it seems to work wonders.

    I didn't use to bother but had a bad install myself way back in RC6 days and was advised to wipe and reinstal, did so and all was well.

    Now I do a wipe as a matter of course before any new install and haven't had any problems since.
    12-10-12 11:20 AM
  25. wendieta's Avatar
    Sorry for the newbie question. I installed Berrylicio's hybrid OS a while ago, I think it was RC1 or RC2, I can't remember. My base OS is still the one I used for that release, which is the .569. Now my question is, can I install the RC9 without installing previous releases first? I'm downloading OS .794 right now, and I wonder if I can just use that OS as the base? I never downloaded and installed .714 or .746. I'm asking because in the instruction page, it says to add some lines to the alx or the phone won't load. Now I'm really confused. When I first installed the hybrid OS, it was pretty straightforward. Is it still the same procedure, or are there additional steps required to install the RC9?

    Thanks
    12-10-12 12:43 PM
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