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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    I just ran shrink-a-os on it again to see if all the upgrade to hybrid v4 added something back. I'm going to leave it to run all day...it was at 10% battery when I put it on the charger last night...perhaps it will officially die later today. If it does, I'm going to wipe it completely and reinstall the OS...since upgrading the OS, it hasn't been running as smoothly, and w. the battery/memory leaks, I'm thinking the install may not have gone correctly.
    Sounds like a good plan if you get lost there will be people here.




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    I tried this, (from someone's suggestion), and it has helped memory issue.

    I noticed you had BerryWeather. Go into BeWeather "settings" and set auto update to 1 hour and Advisory auto update to 3 hours. That will help.

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    Ok, I just used JL_Cmder to wipe my Storm...anyone have a suggestion on whether I should use .132 or is 141 the way to go for a Verizon user?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    Ok, I just used JL_Cmder to wipe my Storm...anyone have a suggestion on whether I should use .132 or is 141 the way to go for a Verizon user?

    Thanks!
    i recommend 141. i am also on verizon, and this is the first OS that i notice a good stable radio, and my batter lasts for over 24 hours.
    but each phone is different.
    you can always try a different one if you are unhappy with 141.
    p.s. BBCrackman is working on v5 for 141.
    I CANT FRIGGIN WAIT! :18:

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    Quote Originally Posted by heloguy View Post
    i recommend 141. i am also on verizon, and this is the first OS that i notice a good stable radio, and my batter lasts for over 24 hours.
    but each phone is different.
    you can always try a different one if you are unhappy with 141.
    p.s. BBCrackman is working on v5 for 141.
    I CANT FRIGGIN WAIT! :18:
    Are you running .141 without any hybrids? How's the memory? Any screen latency?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmemx View Post
    Ok, I just used JL_Cmder to wipe my Storm...anyone have a suggestion on whether I should use .132 or is 141 the way to go for a Verizon user?

    Thanks!
    Just my 2 cents but I was not a fan of either of those OS's. BBCs v4 is so far the best IMHO.

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