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  1. #25
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    .130 is stable but the browser is horrible..... the tabs are nice.. but again links are all messed up on the browsing end...



  2. #26
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    only appsi have that work are weatherbug and slacker..

  3. #27
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    Cool thanks for letting me know man.



  4. #28
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    also googlemaps works..

  5. #29
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    good question
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    Wirelessly posted (Bold 9000 )

    I won't say your wrong but most of the time the way the OS works it depends on the way you install it, I have both Bold and 8900 right now, my 8900 is running this OS and I have no probs at all, many of my apps are working, I haven't tweaked the browser nor anything, I'll say it is very stable, and works great for me, I have had no problems at all, tabs browser are working nice.

    When installing this is what I do every time:

    Remove the mem card

    Make a backup

    Go to options, security options, click on the first line (don't remember the name right now), menu key wipe

    Then using JLcmder or bbasak I'll do a wipe to reset to factory, then a full wipe till I get the 507 screen to reload software.

    Then go c: program files/common files/research in motion/applications loader/

    and delete the vendor.xml file, locate loader.exe (small phone icon) and double click on it.

    Wait till the device restart after re loading the OS and make a battery pull, reload all your applications, then restore the back up.



    That's they way I do it. Never had problems.
    Last edited by ealvnv; 07-29-2009 at 07:51 PM.



  6. #30
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    Wirelessly posted (Bold 9000 )

    double post
    Last edited by ealvnv; 07-29-2009 at 07:52 PM.

  7. #31
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    sounds too complicated(not that it is) and you dont really gain anything out of it by useing jlcmder.......

  8. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spade View Post
    sounds too complicated(not that it is) and you dont really gain anything out of it by useing jlcmder.......
    I was of the same opinion until I tried to install a hybrid on my 8900 and could not get it to work until I used jlcmder to wipe the device prior to installing the hybrid. After the wipe everything worked fine. The problem could be related to other issues but albeit being a catch-all solution, jlcmder fixed the issue

    Just my 2cents

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