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    Success, this is the first time that I see that an update of the operating system has 2 vendor.xml file. Thanks for solving my problem, now try it out




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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergio Haurat View Post
    Success, this is the first time that I see that an update of the operating system has 2 vendor.xml file. Thanks for solving my problem, now try it out
    Glad to hear it

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    This OS runs very smooth, no issues to report.

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    anyone installed. is it good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
    Sorry for the delayed response csussen, as per your question, yes, I am very satisfied with the OS upgrade for my BlackBerry Torch 9810.
    Thumbs up to this OS.
    No lagging, no log cleanups needed, no reboot needed and everything works smooth. I will post as soon as I see negative changes but so far so good ...

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    Found me today a bug , while my battery was almost dead u tried to charge the phone and after a minute it says the charger in not compatible with the phone , a pull the battery twice now and it starts chargging finally.Never had a issue with that,btw its a bb9810 on this version 7.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenaruba View Post
    Found me today a bug , while my battery was almost dead u tried to charge the phone and after a minute it says the charger in not compatible with the phone , a pull the battery twice now and it starts chargging finally.Never had a issue with that,btw its a bb9810 on this version 7.1.
    That's a weird bug, never had that one before. Usually a battery pull will do the trick.

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    hi,

    When did ı update for My BB first ı was see Mobile HotSpot but when did ı open carrier,mobile HostSpot go out ı dont understan..5 times ı was wipe ... nothing..

    Who is know this problem?

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    ur carrier wont let you able the use the mobile hotspot , its not available for everyone same as blackberry music that is not available in our region.

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    I have installed this OS and it is working smoothly... except that the only option for the Mobile Network setting is 4G - and I suspect that is what is causing my battery to run down quickly. Any suggestions please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie View Post
    I have installed this OS and it is working smoothly... except that the only option for the Mobile Network setting is 4G - and I suspect that is what is causing my battery to run down quickly. Any suggestions please?
    There can be many factors why your battery is running low quicker than it should be, and in my experience, the biggest reason, is leaving device applications running in the background, when you're not using them.

    Try to close any apps when not in need.

    As for 4G networks, it has been proven that a 4G over a 3G wireless network will consume more power as more data is incoming and outgoing at a much faster rate, sometimes, as much as over 40Mbps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
    There can be many factors why your battery is running low quicker than it should be, and in my experience, the biggest reason, is leaving device applications running in the background, when you're not using them.

    Try to close any apps when not in need.

    As for 4G networks, it has been proven that a 4G over a 3G wireless network will consume more power as more data is incoming and outgoing at a much faster rate, sometimes, as much as over 40Mbps.
    Thanks grimreaper - my problem is that my phone does not provide any option other than 4G - if I downgrade the OS, will I have other options, like 2G and 3G? And if so, to which OS would you recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie View Post
    Thanks grimreaper - my problem is that my phone does not provide any option other than 4G - if I downgrade the OS, will I have other options, like 2G and 3G? And if so, to which OS would you recommend?
    I would prefer to see if you were able to:

    Go to Options and Status»Network and Connections»Mobile Network then scroll to Network Mode, you may see 2G, 3G,2G/3G,4G (H+)

    Change your network mode accordingly, and your issue should be solved.

    A change in OS downgrade may not necessarily be beneficial to you.

    Keep us posted ok
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    Thanks grimreaper. That is exactly my problem - the only option is 4G. Do you have any idea what is causing that? A conflict between my carrier and 7.1?

    So I did downgrade the OS and it did improve the battery life, as I use 2G unless I am downloading. But it's disappointing, as 7.1 is such a good OS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie View Post
    Thanks grimreaper. That is exactly my problem - the only option is 4G. Do you have any idea what is causing that? A conflict between my carrier and 7.1?

    So I did downgrade the OS and it did improve the battery life, as I use 2G unless I am downloading. But it's disappointing, as 7.1 is such a good OS.
    arnie,

    This issue has been discussed a lot on other sites - 7.1 DOES have the 2G/3G and 4G switching capability - however, depending on your carrier, this function may be blocked. In the US, people on T-Mobile (with 9810) have the capability - people like me on AT&T do not have the function. Apparently Vodacom has the same policy.

    I have confirmed, however, that even though you can not manually switch to 4G, if you are in a very weak signal area, or in an area that does not support "4G", the device will switch to EDGE and remain there until the signal/spectrum situation changes and it can then switch back to 4G.

    Not exactly as good as us being able to choose ourselves, but at least better than nothing.

    I hope this helps answer your questions
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    Thanks Donnie - it does!
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