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    What's Different with 5.0?

    So now that the official release has hit the internet from VZW, I think I'll upgrade. I have never tried any of the new 5.0 OS's up to this point.

    Can you guys explain the differences? I guess I'm looking for tips and tricks on the new OS. Thank you.




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    Quote Originally Posted by caminator View Post
    So now that the official release has hit the internet from VZW, I think I'll upgrade. I have never tried any of the new 5.0 OS's up to this point.

    Can you guys explain the differences? I guess I'm looking for tips and tricks on the new OS. Thank you.
    Speed, usability, performance, memory, threaded SMS...everything.

    Hop into the 5.0 discussion forums and take a look at everything the new OS has to offer.

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    If you want to read about it before you do it, visit: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/9...-findings.html

    When your ready to do so visit: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/b...-pictures.html
    Click the Like button to thank me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neolantis View Post
    If you want to read about it before you do it, visit: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/9...-findings.html

    When your ready to do so visit: http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/b...-pictures.html
    Thanks Neo...was looking for the second link

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    the world is different with a 5.0 OS =P it's like night and day my friend
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    dude GET IT.

    thats all i gotta say, its like a WHOLE NEW PHONE.

    its unreal, the functionality, the threaded SMS, everything,

    its STABLE and the memory holds well.

    BATTERY LIFE is IMPROVED X2.

    and the volume is like X5 lol, i swear the volume update they have in this OS allmost blows the speaker out of the back of the phone.

    dont think about it, JUST DO IT.

    if you are having problems like some people after the os install , then wipe re install 5.0 then restore.

    ALSO

    let me add txting is WAY EASIER, a friend of mine i talk to said i was txtin too fast lol and she couldnt keep up and she has a iphone.

    before this update it took me for ever to txt shit, now since its threaded its way better.
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