Originally Posted by rcorry
I have to say that the .148 rocks when it comes to battery life. Left it on all night at 90% when I went to bed and awoke to 80% since the 9 hours that I looked at it last.
I am still struggling with the radio issue though. I have full strength at home with my iPhone but only 2 bars on my Storm and am still trying to reinstall the OS with the .90 radio code now that I moved the radio files. :dunno:
OK! I officially give up. I have now downgraded and re-upgraded to what I thought was the .148 with the .90 radio code and it did not work. It still says platform .181 which is the radio for the .148.:angryfire::angryfire::angryfire:
Last edited by LiLiBug; 05-23-2009 at 10:51 AM.
Lil have you tried using swap a radio to change out the file? It is the easiest way to do it IMO, and I use it all the time with no issues.
Originally Posted by LiLiBug
Have tried numerous times to use swap a radio and I kept getting an "uncaught exception"
Beyond frustrated at this point.
Do you have any other suggestions? At this point I will try anything!
which os do you have on it now? and at what point do you get that error?
In Swap a Radio, you need to point the program to the BB OS folder or it generates that error. I'm willing to bet you're not using the 'Browse' function to point Swap a Radio to the install folder under C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research in Motion\Shared\Loader Files\xxxxxxxxx (xxx's being the same of the OS you want to install).
Hope this helps
Update, the best data connections with AT&T occur with the .90 radio......data just connects and there are no drops or lags what so ever. Problem is the with the .90 radio, the phone will reboot or lock-up from time to time. Several in the last 2-3 days, which do not occur with .109. (Shame is that .109 just doesn't have smooth flowing data with AT&T. (Both with .148 OS).
So do any of the radio files provide the outstanding connection of .90 without the other problems? - What radio does the 9500 use and would it work on the 9530? (Just a thought, figuring they're similar and if you're GSM the radio might work).
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