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    9700 Hybrid by Dubie76 442/421/484

    This EXE is set to download over a fresh installation of 442. However, if you prefer the 423 radio, you can start with a fresh install of 423 and redirect the exe to extract the hybrid in the 423 loader file folder. Download and install the exe, then shrink, and launch loader.

    DOWNLOAD HERE

    Dubie is a moderator at www.driphter.com and has been building some really quality 9700 hybrids for us! Thanks for letting me share this with bbos dubs.

    Please post your Fixes and Findings here

    ENJOY



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    I personally just loaded the .451 hybrid yesterday so I think I will late on this, but I would love to see what finds you guys find. If you install make sure to update is...



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    I'm gonna try this one



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    First Impression, boot up was quick, voice notes recorder is still missing (the icon is there, but error while opening it), battery life from meterberry's stats was a shocking 10% discharge per hour (note: I havent even run my social network apps, and not even used a browser) Memory was Ok, up 3-5mb.

    the fastest media browser ever... quick! browser is fast too.

    as for the battery and memory i will do a trial run for one whole day tomorrow. just to confirm whether the stats were right.

    thanks for the hybrid, it is well built, no error or whatsoever, just the voice notes, and batt life,

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    I think ill wait and see some comments on this OS before I give it a try. This will be my first hybrid install. I hope I don't mess it up. Wish me luck when I do take the plunge.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranjal7 View Post
    I think ill wait and see some comments on this OS before I give it a try. This will be my first hybrid install. I hope I don't mess it up. Wish me luck when I do take the plunge.
    If you do not want to wait try .423/.451 Hybrid OS. It works wonders!

    Its on BBHybrids site.

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    Does it come with .423 files as the name implies?

    It confuses me to use a hybrid with files older than .442

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximumDrive View Post
    First Impression, boot up was quick, voice notes recorder is still missing (the icon is there, but error while opening it), battery life from meterberry's stats was a shocking 10% discharge per hour (note: I havent even run my social network apps, and not even used a browser) Memory was Ok, up 3-5mb.

    the fastest media browser ever... quick! browser is fast too.

    as for the battery and memory i will do a trial run for one whole day tomorrow. just to confirm whether the stats were right.

    thanks for the hybrid, it is well built, no error or whatsoever, just the voice notes, and batt life,
    Yes, voice notes recorder indeed is missing. In addition, you need to setup a password in order to have a password locked icon on your menu. The standby mode (top right button) isn't working but replace the lock key on the left. Shortcut A key ( normally for keyboard locked also become standby mode). In order to turn on your keyboard lock, you need to click on the password lock icon on the menu.

    Browser and media files load faster but you have to pay for the price which is the battery life. Hybrid OS is like driving a sport car and you will have to pay more gas!

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