This is a hybrid for the Bold 9000 device. This is meant to install over the 126.96.36.1991 base OS. 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 v1.3.exe and finish the install. Download 9000 188.8.131.521 here
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 .411/.421/.442/.536 build.
I created this for all those users who had choppy voice in .509 radio and preferred the old lock/standby functions. It is BUILT for the .411 radio. I did not try it on any other platform. For those users that prefer the .509 radio I will have a new one coming for you.
This build contains the fastest browser I've ever had on my device. My Bold booted in 1 MINUTE FLAT wiith 20 apps loaded on it and full information databases. Overall UI transitions are seamless and the browser hardly lags at all. One of the benefits of the .411 files are the amazing battery life. Once users run this for a few days and let it settle in they will agree, I'm sure.
View your help screen pressing alt+shift+h at the same time. Your app version will be 184.108.40.2062.
To ensure installation, check applications>modules and scroll for files listed above or read system using BBSAK to verify (you will see .536 modules that way). 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 almost no memory leak outside of browser caching.
You will not be dissapointed with this hybrid. It makes me almost not want to create a new 509 build! (Just kidding, I still will) I hope you enjoy my work and thanks for the support. Please post your findings and feedback below.
Well - still no luck with VVM - process I used just now:
1) Uninstalled .509
2) Installed .411 that you provided link to
3) Pasted .411 VVM .cods you provided most recently into .411 java folder
4) Downloaded and installed most current V1.3 installer
5) Ran SAOS - did not eliminate anything pertinent to VVM
6) Loaded OS to Bold using loader.exe
And, still no VVM - so I checked the .411 java folder (on PC) - showed a number of VVM .cods - then, I checked .cods on device using BBSak and MCP - neither showed any VVM .cods
So - am going back to V1.2 until we can figure this out!!!