That was always there bro
Originally Posted by Rellims
Honestly I was very hesitant about installing .122 in the manner of copy and paste. Would have really liked the complete Installation file. However curiosity got the best of me and I copied .122 Cod and Java file over V3 Hybrid and installed using the apploader. I must admit I am very satisfied. Phone is very responsive, Browser is much quicker, everything seems faster and my version in about me states 220.127.116.11. Have had no problems so far, memory is at 42.1. Another beautiful thing is now fixed that I have not seen fixed since original .75 is in Manage Connections and Network Option the Network Selection Mode now stays at Home Only if selected and does not randomly switch back to Automatic. This guarantees that the phone stays securely connected to Verizon's Network only and not wasting battery and interrupted Radio Signal unnecessarily searching. I'm actually surprised no one has ever mentioned that loss since .75. None the less it's once again fixed in .122. been waiting for that. And by the way the MMS forward also works. 122 is running GREAT!
Last edited by PRINCEJUDAH; 04-07-2009 at 10:38 PM.
Just opened up the new version of bloomberg on .122 and had a random reboot... not a good start to the new OS!
just curious...did you remove the java and replace it with .122 or did you copy and paste over the old java?
Originally Posted by Alex015
.122 copied over v3 is solid so far for me. Haven't tried much, but browser/phone itself seem much quicker to respond and just faster. I'll post more if there's anything else to report.
The best thing to do Brian is once you have extracted the folders from the download. Go to the extracted jave folder and open it, select all files and copy. Now go to the OS file in your loader files (C:/ program files/ common files/ shared/ loader files/ Your OS/ java (open the folder) rt click and paste, yes to overwrite.
Originally Posted by Brian.Tufo
Now go back and rt click the extracted cdma folder and copy and go back to your loader files, open the OS and rt click and paste, yes to overwrite
Now go to your loader.exe file and install
thats what i did. i am good to go havent had a random reboot or any issues since i got it loaded. i was curious how he did it because it seems a few people are having reboot issues while others arent. i was curious if the people who are having reboots removed the folders and replaced them instead of copying and pasting.
Originally Posted by bbcrackman
I am sure this is a stupid question but curiosity is getting the best of me. What is the difference between the cdma and the java files we installed, and the .exe file? Guess I am really just wondering if it would it have been worth waiting on?
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