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    Quote Originally Posted by dube4real View Post
    It could freeze up to 5 times a day for anything between 2 and 10 seconds at a time.
    You have a ton of apps installed? Getting rid of the ones you don't use may help free up some memory and help your device. Also, it could be a app that is messing up the device as well. Have you tried to install another OS to see if it goes away?



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    Not happy with .585

    I'm getting a lot of reboots on 585, sometimes as much as 5 per day. Also having reception issues. I can only 590 when I am back at work in Jan. Also getting "sim not authorised" often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornep View Post
    I'm getting a lot of reboots on 585, sometimes as much as 5 per day. Also having reception issues. I can only 590 when I am back at work in Jan. Also getting "sim not authorised" often.
    Welcome to BBOS;

    Can you explain to me how you installed 7.0.0.585 on your BlackBerry Bold 9900, whether you completely wiped the device, or you just upgraded via BlackBerry App Loader?

    As for the message, "SIM not authorized" , means a locked BlackBerry phone.

    When you insert a SIM card other than your original carrier, it isn't able to search for the wireless network without the unique unlock code.

    Try to un-install whatever applications you do not use, which saves you a fair amount of phone memory, and frees up that memory for the phone to run smoother.
    Let us know of any changes, I am interested to hear back from you.

    On a personal note, this official OS7.0.0.585 release is one of the best builds I've seen on my BlackBerry Torch 9810, and on my friend's BlackBerry Bold 9900.

    Thank you cornep



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    Hi Grimreaper.

    I actually still have the leaked .585 on, not sure if there is a diff? I downgraded from 7.1.0.74 so did I security wipe and installed. I re-downloaded and installed the only two app I use, Accuweather and BatteryPlus. Worked fine for a weeo when the problems started. The Lsim not autorised" is a very strange one. It is a Vodacom phone and Vodacom sim, it happens sometime when the phone goes to SOS and then can't locate signal. I turn it off and back on and it starts working again. I've just about had it with the 9900, its the third one now.

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    Sorry the error is "Sim not allowed".



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    Quote Originally Posted by cornep View Post
    Sorry the error is "Sim not allowed".
    If you are running OS7.0.0.585 then used 7.1, or just downloaded 7.1 as a whole OS, that is the core problem here.
    To my understanding OS7.0.0.585 with 7.1 hybrid leak will cause the phone to act very bad from what i have seen so far.

    Can I suggest you return to Official OS7.0.0.590 or OS7.0.0.585 Official only?

    OS7.0.0.540 with 7.1 is a better hybrid OS for the your BlackBerry Bold 9900 if you really want 7.1

    Also, your SIM issues will be gone once you return to Official OS

    Official: OS 7.0.0.590 for BlackBerry Bold 9900 via Partner Communications



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    Dear Grimreaper,

    Thank you for your information.
    I am using 7.1 for bold9900 for some time now and every now and then it freezes for few seconds.
    I would love to go back to Official OS7.0.0.590.
    Please help on how to do so step by step.

    I have ever tried downgrading my bb9900 by wiping clean with bbsak and it was nuked!
    I had no choice back then but to visit offical bb store to restore my bb life

    Please help.

    Thank you so much..

    Sincerely..



    Quote Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
    If you are running OS7.0.0.585 then used 7.1, or just downloaded 7.1 as a whole OS, that is the core problem here.
    To my understanding OS7.0.0.585 with 7.1 hybrid leak will cause the phone to act very bad from what i have seen so far.

    Can I suggest you return to Official OS7.0.0.590 or OS7.0.0.585 Official only?

    OS7.0.0.540 with 7.1 is a better hybrid OS for the your BlackBerry Bold 9900 if you really want 7.1

    Also, your SIM issues will be gone once you return to Official OS

    Official: OS 7.0.0.590 for BlackBerry Bold 9900 via Partner Communications


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    Quote Originally Posted by tws992004 View Post
    Dear Grimreaper,

    Thank you for your information.
    I am using 7.1 for bold9900 for some time now and every now and then it freezes for few seconds.
    I would love to go back to Official OS7.0.0.590.
    Please help on how to do so step by step.

    I have ever tried downgrading my bb9900 by wiping clean with bbsak and it was nuked!
    I had no choice back then but to visit offical bb store to restore my bb life

    Please help.

    Thank you so much..

    Sincerely..
    Sure I can help you, tws992004, all you would have to do, and I highly recommend that you fully back up your BlackBerry Bold 9900 with BlackBerry Desktop Software, which is the latest, and can be found here:

    BlackBerry Desktop Software v6.1.0 Updated, Adds Support For Curve 9350 And 9370


    then after you have backed up everything on your phone, go to:

    How to Upgrade your BlackBerry's Operating System

    Official: OS 7.0.0.590 for BlackBerry Bold 9900 via Partner Communications


    I have added an additional link, since you say you nuked your BlackBerry, please read this if you have a chance:

    How-To Recover A Nuked Blackberry - with Pictures


    If you need any further help, I will be here
    Last edited by grimreaper; 12-28-2011 at 09:41 PM. Reason: updated post

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