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    9500 Official 5.0.0.484 East Asia

    now there is an EastAsia version available too:
    https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads...4B931C35A169B0


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    Having tested 9500_omadrmjAllLang_PBr5.0.0_rel801_PL4.2.0.214_A5 .0.0.484_SmarTone_Vodafone.exe (which is very similar to 9500_omadrmEastAsia_PBr5.0.0_rel801_PL4.2.0.214_A5 .0.0.484_SmarTone_Vodafone.exe except for .sfi file) on my backup 9500 device, I am pleased to report that 5.0.0.484 works very well.

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    Hi Guys,
    Since installing 5.0.0.484 on my 9500 it often (3-4 times a day) gets a white screen with very small text on it and then reboots - (is this the equivalent of a windows blue screen??)

    Has anyone experienced these crashes and reboots? One other thing I have noticed is that the phone buzzes just before the reboot...

    I would appreciate any solutions or debugging ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marke View Post
    Hi Guys,
    Since installing 5.0.0.484 on my 9500 it often (3-4 times a day) gets a white screen with very small text on it and then reboots - (is this the equivalent of a windows blue screen??)

    Has anyone experienced these crashes and reboots? One other thing I have noticed is that the phone buzzes just before the reboot...

    I would appreciate any solutions or debugging ideas.
    It sounds like something is not playing nice with your phone. I would recommend wiping your phone and reloading the operating system. Check to see if everything is ok then start loading third party apps 1 by 1. See if that helps.

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    Wiped the East Asia 484 and installed the Vodafone 484 and the problem remains. Will try removing apps and adding them one by one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marke View Post
    Wiped the East Asia 484 and installed the Vodafone 484 and the problem remains. Will try removing apps and adding them one by one.
    Is it possible that the 484 only working well in certain 9500??? Please advise... Because I am going to install that OS. :hail:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pookie View Post
    Is it possible that the 484 only working well in certain 9500??? Please advise... Because I am going to install that OS. :hail:
    I guess it depends on your device requirements.
    Some devices require a DRM os while other use a non-DRM OS.

    Do you know which one your device requires?

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    Can u explain what the Coralation is with DRM (digital rights management) and a BB OS? Was talking to sunny bout this the other day.
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    From my knowledge there are two types of devices in the 9520/9500 series.
    Depending on which one of these devices the carrier decides to sell will make the difference between a DRM device and a non DRM device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    From my knowledge there are two types of devices in the 9520/9500 series.
    Depending on which one of these devices the carrier decides to sell will make the difference between a DRM device and a non DRM device.
    Pretty much the same answer sunny gave me.. Its just interesting Cuz I get DRM with music just a lil confused by it with a BB Os haha..
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    Well look at it the same way then....
    Some OS's have Digital Rights Management and others don't.
    Hence the DRM and noDRM OS's....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    Well look at it the same way then....
    Some OS's have Digital Rights Management and others don't.
    Hence the DRM and noDRM OS's....
    Good Point

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    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    I guess it depends on your device requirements.
    Some devices require a DRM os while other use a non-DRM OS.

    Do you know which one your device requires?
    Where can I find the DRM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pookie View Post
    Where can I find the DRM?
    Are you asking for the DRM version of this Operating System?
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    Dear MePascal,

    Quote Originally Posted by MePascal View Post
    From my knowledge there are two types of devices in the 9520/9500 series.
    Depending on which one of these devices the carrier decides to sell will make the difference between a DRM device and a non DRM device.
    So far I have NOT seen any non-DRM edition of 9500. I believe that 9500 devices marketed through various carriers in many countries have been all DRM editions (HWID: 0x06001404) which work with rim0x06001404OMADRM.sfi.

    Meanwhile, two variations of 9520 devices exist - DRM editions (HWID: 0x0D001404) work with rim0x0D001404.sfi, while non-DRM editions (HWID: 0x0E001404) work with rim0x0E001404.sfi. It is NOT possible for us to convert the former into the latter, and vice versa, (in other words, to rewrite HWID) by manipulating a logical software switch or a physical hardware switch (jumpers, DIP switches, etc.) . . . it appears that 9520 devices are NOT equipped with such (hidden) switches.

    Sincerely,

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