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    What is a Hybrid

    Guys i tried looking for what exactly does hybrid do in a blackberry or how does it work but i cant find any.

    All i know is its something like "a crossover of two different things creating a balance"

    is it a combination of 2 OS? or having dual OS in one phone?

    sorry guys, im not really that techie




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    Quote Originally Posted by jinda View Post
    Guys i tried looking for what exactly does hybrid do in a blackberry or how does it work but i cant find any.

    All i know is its something like "a crossover of two different things creating a balance"

    is it a combination of 2 OS? or having dual OS in one phone?

    sorry guys, im not really that techie
    Basically. It can be a combination of more than 2 different OS's. And not necessarily from the same device model either. Some modules are compatible with other devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    Basically. It can be a combination of more than 2 different OS's. And not necessarily from the same device model either. Some modules are compatible with other devices.
    ow i see. another one if its ok, does network usually restrict OS change? or they really dont care what OS you'll use...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinda View Post
    ow i see. another one if its ok, does network usually restrict OS change? or they really dont care what OS you'll use...
    If you mean carrier, then it really doesn't matter. For example, if you have a Storm 9530 from Verizon, but Sprint releases a new OS, that's newer than what Verizon is offering for the save 9530, you could load the Sprint version on the Verizon handset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkast View Post
    If you mean carrier, then it really doesn't matter. For example, if you have a Storm 9530 from Verizon, but Sprint releases a new OS, that's newer than what Verizon is offering for the save 9530, you could load the Sprint version on the Verizon handset.
    thanks for the info sunkast

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