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    5.0.0.592 for the Curve 8900 Findings and Fixes

    Anyone load it up yet? Notice anything? Gotta get a new OS because the hybrid im using is killer on the battery -_-



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    So far so good, the "Switch Apps" bugs is gone... Now I'm pretty much Happy!
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    So far everything is working top notch so i can't complain at all....i find it a bit more responsive than the previous OS!!!!



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    Has anyone noticed that the battery life is not as impressive?? My battery was at 25% at 5:30pm today after I unplugged it from the wall at 9:30. But the radio is alot stronger than .554. Maybe tomorrow we can get our 5.0.0.6xx leak tomorrow?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1cE View Post
    Has anyone noticed that the battery life is not as impressive??.....
    didn't notice anything abnormal... for me batt life on 2G/EDGE devices is much more better than those with 3G.

    by the end of the day i still got couple of batt bars left... and for sure I still able to make some more calls and do lots of things...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sliders7 View Post
    by the end of the day i still got couple of batt bars left... and for sure I still able to make some more calls and do lots of things...
    Really?? My phone was in the yellow range by 5pm. How long did you have the leak for? Im actually on Willyboy's hybrid right now. Is there such thing as a "settle in" period for the OS??

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1cE View Post
    ..... Is there such thing as a "settle in" period for the OS??
    well, we love new OS... so there will be no "settle in"...

    i tried many gadgets, pdas, phones.... so far RIM Software Developer is the best! because they keep updating the OS.. it means they care!

    have u ever got HP Pda? (winmo).... from the day u bought the device until its rotten in the basement there will be no OS upgrades...
    how bout HTC? yes they update the ROMs.. but only once a year.. after that it just stop right there.
    Nokia? Sonyericcsion?... hard to see it coming...

    now Blackberry.... 2 OS in 1 week?... it means they shows some Love!
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    So far the best OS for 8900! Everything is working fast and fine.

    The boot time is faster. The Java apps are running fast. The trackball is responding accurately. I am happy and going to stick to it for a while.

    Only bummer is, I need Japanese which is not in there

    @sliders7, you are right. HTC never updates OS. Even for the "open source" Android, they are not updating OS for the older device. What a loser!

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