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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostryder12 View Post
    I have read similar problems with the leaked .600 OS and when upgraded to the Official .600, the issues are gone.
    Aha, so which Official version do u suggest then? Is it ok to install for example Vodafone official and just delete the vendor.xml or I have to install my provider's official one?
    Sorry I don't have any experiences in the official OSs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy6395 View Post
    Aha, so which Official version do u suggest then? Is it ok to install for example Vodafone official and just delete the vendor.xml or I have to install my provider's official one?
    Sorry I don't have any experiences in the official OSs!
    Exactly, deleting the vendor.xml file is all you have to do and you can install any official OS. Go here to select your OS from Vodafone, VodafoneDE_9800_6.0.0.600 - Downloads - BlackBerry Forums, and go here, All In One Guide - How To Upgrade Your Device - with Pictures & Videos , for great instructions on installing the new OS.

    Let us know if you get stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostryder12 View Post
    Exactly, deleting the vendor.xml file is all you have to do and you can install any official OS. Go here to select your OS from Vodafone, VodafoneDE_9800_6.0.0.600 - Downloads - BlackBerry Forums, and go here, All In One Guide - How To Upgrade Your Device - with Pictures & Videos , for great instructions on installing the new OS.

    Let us know if you get stuck.
    Oh, thanks
    I upgraded my OS for many times, but all of 'em were leaked, so I thought maybe official ones are for official users, anyway, thanks a lot, I've already downloaded the AT&T official you mentioned before.
    Will be posting as soon as upgrade, for both OS and the damn battery drain issue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy6395 View Post
    Oh, thanks
    I upgraded my OS for many times, but all of 'em were leaked, so I thought maybe official ones are for official users, anyway, thanks a lot, I've already downloaded the AT&T official you mentioned before.
    Will be posting as soon as upgrade, for both OS and the damn battery drain issue...
    You should get great results with the AT&T .600 OS, mine is working very well.

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    I hope so, this leaked .600 I'm using is a bit laggy and a bit weird I feel, especially after I got the data plan, before that it was good on battery life and speed, it's ridiculous that your battery drains when you put a SIM in your phone!

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    I'm thinking that the leaked OS had the battery issue, my AT&T official OS doesn't have a battery issue.

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    Here my feedback:
    .600 OS (leaked) gave me a lot of performance lag when using the OS. It didn't work as smooth as the .576 OS. Now after downgrading I could go at least 36H without a recharge on the 2G network.
    But as soon as I switched to the 3G network, the device would constantly be warm and I wouldn't even dare try to get 24H out of the battery unless of course I wanted to be presented with a batt low message

    BTW when does the Torch have a battery issue? What is considered normal battery lifetime when on the 2G or/and 3G network?
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    Quote Originally Posted by csussen View Post
    Here my feedback:
    .600 OS (leaked) gave me a lot of performance lag when using the OS. It didn't work as smooth as the .576 OS. Now after downgrading I could go at least 36H without a recharge on the 2G network.
    But as soon as I switched to the 3G network, the device would constantly be warm and I wouldn't even dare try to get 24H out of the battery unless of course I wanted to be presented with a batt low message

    BTW when does the Torch have a battery issue? What is considered normal battery lifetime when on the 2G or/and 3G network?
    Well, with the "Official" .600 release that I got from AT&T, while using 2&3G along with WiFi, I can get over 2-3 days between charges. And that's with the battery still above 30%. Of course if I decide to spend extra time "playing" I'll get much less time, 36 hrs.
    Now is this the normal battery life using the 3G network is a question that I'd like to say is fact, but as you know it depends on how close to a tower you are among other issues.

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