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Unfortunately .314 is an epic FAIL! I for one was looking forward to it but was utterly disappointed after only a day. The constant reboots began and off loaded this OS. I did some tweaking in hopes to eliminate them but I was only able to accomplish a 4 day window then it started again. So until we see something a little more stable I will stick with 238.
How do I go about down grading to a stable OS?
Originally Posted by bbcrackman
11-10-2009, 09:35 PM
The problem with .314 seems to be related to leaving 2G enabled. If I force the phone onto 3G only, no reboots. I'm almost done with day 6 without a single random reboot, and was getting them constantly before disabling GERAN.
What I'm wondering is, since some people are not having any luck swapping just the sfi file, is it possible that the radio is dependent on a specific file somewhere else in the OS that's failing?
11-11-2009, 03:11 PM
it isnt, thanks for the info but im still getting reboots even with a completely formatted memory card inserted.
Originally Posted by DataCentre
any ideas or suggestions welcome.
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11-12-2009, 04:01 PM
only bugs ive found are, sometimes txt in an SMS gets cut off and when taking a picture the clock comes up for a couple sec's, doesnt slow things down, just pops up, other then that no issues.
11-12-2009, 08:02 PM
has the OP been kidnapped? Can someone please remove the dead download link and add one of the live ones....
got a billion moderators...MODERATE!
11-16-2009, 10:51 AM
Originally Posted by sunkast
I meant to tell you -- thanks for this info. Turns out you cannot perform this procedure if you're connected to BES (apparently that marks the service books as read-only.) I was able to do this over the weekend when I reinstalled .314 with the radio file from .348, just before I re-activated to BES. Worked like a champ.
I think the .348 radio file fixed my poor call audio problems; I made several calls since then and it's been fine. Is it possible this addresses the memory leaks/battery life problems as well? I don't seem to have those problems anymore either.
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