07-14-2009, 01:50 PM
Originally Posted by tech4hire
No need to apologize Tech. I did not take it that away at all. We are simply trying to work it out. Hehe.
I would like it to happen to my device just so I could try and figure it out. Prolly just jinked meself.
07-14-2009, 02:02 PM
i am running 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206....Three days less than 3MB of memory loss! Unbelievable.
What is BBCM v7? What would the numbers be and platform.
I noticed most of my applications still have 4.7 files
Nice work all.
07-14-2009, 02:13 PM
It will read v220.127.116.11 Platform 18.104.22.168
Originally Posted by painlessone
Yes many of the apps are 4.7
07-14-2009, 02:22 PM
I wondered, because my original download from VIP had the .148 radio on it and it was fine but I swapped out the radio with Shrink to .151.
What are the potential advantages to eventually getting the 5.0 application files?
07-14-2009, 06:23 PM
I just wana add that I am suffering from MMS issues...
07-15-2009, 08:32 AM
Okay...So I am close to 48 hrs into this new OS. I can honestly offer you my outlook on this build.
Of course the first and foremost is the memory factor. For a straight install this factor is amazing. I for one have not been a big criticizer of app memory. I agree with some fellow members in this community that even when the numbers are low, unless the user notices a considerable difference in the performance of the device, the amount of the memory is not particularly inherent to performance. Too many influencing criteria such as themes, apps that require a constant data push etc. etc. I said all that to say this. I cannot recall ever seeing my memory as stable as it is now. mid to upper 40's all day. I boot at 50ish at 2:30 am after a scheduled Quickpull daily. That's when my day typically starts. I call it a day between 8:00 to 9:00 in the pm.
Now moving on to the next wow factor and that is the screen transitions. To see these screens alter visually in the manner that they do is attractive. It is as if the screens are absorbed into each other when moving from screen to screen. Granted, it doesn't perform this way 100% so I just equate that to being a part of a beta build. A work in progress. Hopefully as the leaks get dropped, maybe the keyboards will transition in the same fashion as well as the media player controls.
I will bring to a close on these notes.
I have experienced faster browser speeds with this build compared to all the earlier builds.
The signal strength is the best I've seen.
The battery condition is greatly improved.
Last but not least the color attributes are excellent.
My two cents.....
07-15-2009, 09:33 AM
07-17-2009, 07:46 AM
I don't know If any one is still having MMS issues. I am in Louisville, KY and I rarely use MMS. But yesterday I tried to send a picture to someone who is also on Verizon and I got a "failed to send" error twice. I resent my service books and did a battery pull and the Message went through fine. I'm running .151 shrunk with Shrink-a-os. Hope that helps.
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