View Poll Results: Did the "Official V6 Final Report" provide you enough Detailed & Accurate Info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    You beat me I only have two units one for testing and one for daily use. I am one of those afflicted with the BT problem on any SFI in the 140's. After intensely scrutinizing the issue (including the use of a current RIM employee as a guinea pig) we determined that it is the radio and not any of the cod files to blame. It's bizarre but not all people are having this issue. So my conclusion is a frightening one, not all Storms are manufactured the same. NO wonder vzw cannot approve an OS. You got 50 testers getting 50 different results
    +1
    I agree completely.
    I know. It's weird how one person may experience this and one may not.



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    Battery Pulls

    [QUOTE=The.Perfect.Storm;33394]"Official V6 Final Report"
    bbcrackman's absolute best release yet! V6 Rocks!


    "Battery Pulls"
    Do 3 battery pulls on set up of new hybris 60 seconds apart as instructed. how many battery pulls have I had so far now: 0. That's right, 0 battery pulls to date.



    Thanks for the great report. I agree that this is the best hybrid yet. My thanks to BBcrackman!

    The whole "3 battery pulls" issue still gets me. I originally thought that a battery pull was to have the battery out for 60 seconds. If we are to pull and then reinsert and then re-pull at 60 seconds - the device would not be fully booted - correct? Can you explain the procedure more completely?

    Thanks for your time.

    Regards,
    -ru4real

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    He means pull the battery out and leave it out for 60 sec. Then reinstall and after full boot up, pull the battery again for 60 sec and repeat 3 times. You must wait until the phone boots completely up before pulling the battery again.



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    Quote Originally Posted by loboboy
    He means pull the battery out and leave it out for 60 sec. Then reinstall and after full boot up, pull the battery again for 60 sec and repeat 3 times. You must wait until the phone boots completely up before pulling the battery again.
    Thanks for explaining. I didn't have a chance to reply yet.
    That's correct about doing the 3 battery pulls. It is very important that 3 pulls are done @ 60 seconds apart.
    Thanks!

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    Thank you for clarifying the process. It would be interesting to know why "3" pulls are required. I have worked with so many computing devices over the years and none of those has required multiple resets/reboots....

    Regards,
    -ru4real
    Last edited by ru4real; 05-29-2009 at 01:16 PM.



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    amazing post, storm. thanks a lot for all the info! great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookyconsp
    I have a problem with "media card inserted" have to pull battery 3 to 4 times before it goes away
    Here's your fix;

    Options > mobile network > set it to 1XEV

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    Quote Originally Posted by smcoldbb View Post
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    Here's your fix;

    Options > mobile network > set it to 1XEV
    +1!!!
    Great Recomendation and information. This seems to work all the time when set as indicated.

    GOOD WORK!

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