Willyboy 9000 v1.2 .509/.536/.545
This is a hybrid for the Bold 9000 device. This is meant to install over the 188.8.131.529 base OS, however it will run with the .464 radio if you are interested in swapping. It will NOT work with the .411 radio. I recommend uninstalling any other OS’s off of your computer and running CCleaner to ensure a clean install. After you install the base OS, run the Willyboy 9000 v1.2.exe and finish the install.
Once you exit the installer, Shrink-A-OS will pop up and give you an opportunity to make the OS you load smaller! This is so valuable for 9000 users because of limited app space. I would recommend shrinking out any and all languages that you do not need. Feel free to shrink out any games or other features and apps that you do not use. However, do NOT shrink out default themes, ringtones, or wallpapers. This will cause your device to not run properly.
Once you are satisfied and have “shrunk”, you can wipe if you choose to. After this, it is time to click the “launch loader” button.
This is a .509/.536/.545 build.
350+ .509 files
140+ .536 files
650+ .545 files
I have found the browser to be faster than v1.1 since adding the .545 files. My Bold booted in 1 minute and 15 seconds with 20 apps loaded on it and full information databases. Overall UI transitions are seamless and the browser hardly lags at all. Apps load very quickly, scrolling through pictures is instant, GPS locks on very fast, and I haven’t seen one spinning clock since loading. I fixed a couple minor things that people requested and I also enhanced the blue tooth as well. I am enjoying this build!!!
About screen will read .509 with this build. .509 radio is platform 184.108.40.206 and .464 radio if you choose to use is 220.127.116.11. To ensure installation, check applications>modules and scroll for files listed above or read system using BBSAK to verify. The first boot took an abnormally long time for me. Please don't let this scare you. I promise once you get past that first load you will be impressed and satisfied. I found there to be minimal memory leak and I got great battery life while running it.
Overall, another solid and reliable build. There are no bugs that I could find, it’s an easy load, it comes with some great tools, and as always you can count on great user support . I hope you enjoy my work and thanks for the support. Please post your findings and feedback below.
Last edited by willyboy6; 03-11-2010 at 11:03 AM.
Hey i installed new OS and is doing a battery pull. Seema very nice as i had no start up problems. and everything was smooth. Will come back again in a while . Thanks man great job.
version of media related cods is 509 instead of 536/545
I experienced video lag with 509 official release but your wb 1.1 was not so I was very impressed with your great job. However 1.2's media modules have 509 version tag. Could you check this out please? I've attached cod list here. wb1 for willyboy 1.1 and wb2 for willyboy 1.2
Thank in advance.
Last edited by pithanks; 03-11-2010 at 11:44 PM.
I was running and very impressed with V1.1 - now, am running V1.2 and it is EVEN BETTER!! GREAT JOB!!!
However, I do have a question RE your message in the 1.2 OP about swapping radios: on SOAS, when I did the pull down for the various OSs to swap with, it did not list either .509 or .464 (was hoping to use the radio from .464 which seemed to have good call quality when I was running that one) - it only went up to .190
Am I doing something wrong - can you tell me how to do the swap? I realize that this is not your job, but hoping you can give a fellow Crackberry freak some guidance!
Thanks in advance,
Thanks for these great hybrids. Just 1 question, how do i include chinese fonts and input support into this hybrid?
very well develop hybrids once again...thank you so much
Thank you for pointing this out! I will be sure to fix this in my next build and keep the media player files as recent as possible!
Originally Posted by pithanks
@Donhenry, you are not doing anything wrong..... the Shrink-A-OS program is a little outdated... It will not work with swapping out radios currently. In the future I plan on releasing an .exe that allows users to pick the radio
Please stay tuned!
@norbu, I will look in to the Chinese font support
Thank you all for your support and feedback! It means a lot and it is the reason I will keep building these hybrids!!
I can't download it. The site redirected me to main forum. please help
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