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    Official: OS 7.0.0.583 For BlackBerry Torch 9810 Via AT&T



    Is it a full moon tonight somewhere? AT&T has released a OS update for a BlackBerry device. If that's not strange enough, it's for the BlackBerry Torch 2 9810. I must say I was overjoyed to see this until I noticed the build. AT&T decided to go with .583 even though a .585 had been leaked online already. Nevertheless, it's always better to have an official build so if you have a Torch 2, download it, install it on your PC, delete the vendor.xml file (if you're not on AT&T), install it on your device, and let us know what you tihnk!



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    Just wiped my phone again to fw.540,now to updating it to .583 , let see if this gonna help with the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenaruba View Post
    Just wiped my phone again to fw.540,now to updating it to .583 , let see if this gonna help with the battery.
    Waiting your feedback




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    Quote Originally Posted by Youssef View Post
    Waiting your feedback
    So am I

    By the way, AT&T released an official build......for a BlackBerry Torch 9810??
    It must be a full moon outside, wow

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    Downloading file now, I'll post when I'm done with install and reinstalling apps. I hope battery life is better than .261, that would be nice. Lmao @ G!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by greenaruba View Post
    Just wiped my phone again to fw.540,now to updating it to .583 , let see if this gonna help with the battery.
    Be sure to let us know how it works out for you.

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    Battery life got worse for me so I went to .585. I was dropping between 17 and 20% on battery per hour. Let see how .583 does. The version that came with device was .261 and when I was on BBM, Twiiter, etc. I never saw it higher than 7 to 9% per hour.

    Well .583 wasn't much different than .585 so I went down to .540, which was awesome no issues at all. Then I saw the leaked 7.1 and had to try that. So now I'm running 7.1.0.190 and it's running very nice, the only downfall is I have to pay extra to get HotSpot activated. The OS , the extra charges for HotSpot
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    Quote Originally Posted by spinrekkids View Post
    Battery life got worse for me so I went to .585. I was dropping between 17 and 20% on battery per hour. Let see how .585 does. The version that came with device was .261 and when I was on BBM, Twiiter, etc. I never saw it higher than 7 to 9% per hour.
    spinrekkids, sorry to hear about the poor feedback on 7.0.0.583, if I may suggest returning to 7.0.0.585

    My Torch 9810 has 7.0.0.585, and I highly doubt I will upgrade or downgrade it (unless, of course, a far more superior build is released for the Torch 9810).

    It's been rock solid stable, not to mention excellent battery life, and audio/video playback is very good.

    If anyone download's and installs Official: OS 7.0.0.583 For BlackBerry Torch 9810 Via AT&T , please post your .583 experiences here on BBOS for other members to compare, and share.

    Note: Even though my profile states I currently own a BlackBerry Bold 9900, I also own a BlackBerry Torch 9810.

    Thank you very much.

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