This is a hybrid for the Bold 9000 device. I recommend uninstalling any other OS’s off of your computer and running CCleaner (including registry cleaner) to ensure a clean install. Please back up all your data before proceeding.
-This is meant to install over the LEAKED 184.108.40.2060 base OS. Install this first.
-Run Willyboy 9000 v4.2.exe to install the hybrid over the base.
-"Exit" the installer, Shrink-A-OS will pop up. Shrink out all languages you do not need to save space. DO NOT shrink out default fonts and themes.
-If you choose to wipe, now would be the time to do it.
-Launch loader from SAOS. If core applications are missing from loader selection, try launching from BBSAK or BBMCP.
This is a .610/.662/.664/.669 build.
-East Asian Language support is included and fully functional.
-Google Maps, UberTwitter, Twitter for BlackBerry, App World all included (optional during install)
-Includes all stock Blackberry games and IM Applications
I wanted to keep the .610 files present in this one for the superb power management. The .662 Tour files add some stability to the OS and improved memory management. The .664 Pearl files produce some great benchmarks, so expect fast boot times and great overall UI transitions and performance. The .669 Storm2 files produce some phenomenal Internet speeds so I utilized them here as well. It is important to keep in mind that the first couple reboots will take a lot longer than normal. Also, battery life will not be good until the device settles which usually takes 24-48 hours.
Help Screen (alt+shift+h) and about screen will both read as App Version 220.127.116.112
I don't know if it's related, but it seems that I can't login to Twitter on Blackberry with this build. UberTwitter works fine though.
I have seen this issue erratically across the Blackberry world over the past day or two. I do not believe this to be an issue with the hybrid but rather the app itself as users who weren't running my hybrid have had this issue as well.
Happy to report that the issue with Twitter for Blackberry has been resolved.
It seems like a problem to do with Twitter and not the hybrid itself.
This hybrid has been the best one for me. The fastest startup time (only 1:51 compared to 4 minutes in v4 and v4.1), the best memory management (never reached below 10 MB) and everything is so blazing fast. Amazing work, Willy