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Old 11-05-2010, 11:43 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 11-05-2010, 11:46 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I've never had that issue. Been working fine on all builds for me.
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Yeah, they tend to move around after a re-boot
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the "dancing" email icons thing is still here...
no dancing icons, but I do have a couple icons that are larger now...."Quick Launch" and "Pattern lock" somewhat out of place with the rest of em.
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Old 11-07-2010, 06:58 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Well, nothing much, other than the install went smoothly.

I've had problems with the Torch not rebooting and hanging after it does the backup and before it actually does the install. Worked fine this time.
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anyone else that loaded .337 notice the home screen icons pulsate while scrolling up or

down,almost like a slight flicker....I never noticed this before until now or I just have not

paid much attention before?
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Yeah, I do see that. I don't recall if it was like that before or not.
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I almost positive this was not in the .246 OS release.
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I checked my other 9800 devices on OS .246 no flickering icons when scrolling,also noticed the icons are smaller on .337 that explains why a few third party apps look out of place on the home screen(they are Larger)
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What's the verdict of those who are on .377 - is it worth the upgrade from .246? I am having a few anomaly issues with .246 on reboot such as empty folders, new folders, in addition to the "dancing icon" issue. It was suggested by Rogers tech support that I take off and reinstall .246. If I am going to install an operating system anyway, should it be .246 or .337?
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.377 is a keeper
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Yes its a good one but I liked 246 Too!
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Thanks John. I will upgrade tomorrow when our IT guys are around in case I run into problems getting reconnected to the BES.
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Thanks John. I will upgrade tomorrow when our IT guys are around in case I run into problems getting reconnected to the BES.
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I see at least one mobile operator thought it was a keeper. .337 is now an official OS.
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Just installed it, and don't see the icons flickering? Maybe it's just me.
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:24 PM   #37 (permalink)
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It don't suprise me, different folks have varicolored experience with each OS.
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