I have been working behind the scenes with a buddy of mine (:hail: Lyric) on my first hybrid. I decided to work with the device I use everyday first. I have been running this hybrid for a few days now and I am quite happy with the results. Battery/Memory has been very stable, the keyboard has little to no lag, and the browser speed is as FAST as it probably will get without OS 6 and Webkit. I have a few other testers who have stated the same result so I am quite happy. I was also informed by another member (teostar) that there was a hybrid floating around with the Torch Analog Clock. Thanks to another friend of mine (:hail: willyboy6) I was able to incorporate that into this hybrid as well. Anyway I would really like some feedback from you all as I plan to release more hybrids for other devices and keep the hybrids flowing here at . Please make sure you have all other OS's removed from your PC and I always suggest using CCleaner as well before proceeding. Install instructions are listed below:
3. Unzip J.A.H.M. (Just Another Hybrid Maker) using a program like WinRaR (32 bit) to your desktop or your personal folder.
4. Open My Computer: C:/Program Files/Common Files/Research In Motion/Apploader... Delete the Vendor.xml file if Inland Cellular is not your carrier. Go back and then proceed to the Shared Folder and open the Loader Files/9550 folder.
5. Replace the java folder that you unzipped with the java folder located inside of the 9550 folder.
6. Perform a clean wipe on your device using BBSAK before installing.
Most of the files are .983 I only used about 60 .973/.975 files... This is my first one guys give me time to work on packing more in there. I was able to get more cods but was having compatability issues so I went with what worked. Also since .983 is highest 5.0 OS out there rite now I didn't want to take away from that. I don't like using 6.0 files as they cause massive battery drain. Posted via mobile device
Thanks for your reply, and just wanted to make sure. Thanks for making this and sharing it as well.
Yes Hodges, thank you for taking the leap into hybrid making. There's been a big hole here since bbcrackman left and lyricidal has done a good job of attempting to fill it. But, it's nice to have a die hard member making hybrids again. Oh....almost forgot.....still patiently waiting for the 9530 version...LMAO!!!!!!!:haha::haha::haha: