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Old 10-28-2010, 10:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently installed 822 on my 9000, and i can barely get through a day of work, light use without my battery dying. I have been reading the forums and am curious as to which os I should downgrade to. 681 or 771? pros and cons to each? experiences?
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I recently installed 822 on my 9000, and i can barely get through a day of work, light use without my battery dying. I have been reading the forums and am curious as to which os I should downgrade to. 681 or 771? pros and cons to each? experiences?
I agree that 822 sucks. I had the same problems and was ready to toss my phone in the lake. I downgraded to 771 yesterday and things are MUCH better.

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Old 10-28-2010, 01:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i use 681 and i`m happy whit it. i don`t have any problems. try 681
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i'm on 822, and for once, everything works
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I'm running 411. leaks memory like the rest, good battery life, fast. and no motherxxxxing mute button unlock idiocy.
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Running .822 for close to two months and working fine.
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Been using it as a base for some of Willyboy's hybrids and it's been very stable for me too.
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These things are quirky as hell. whatever os you run, if it's truly jacked up, reload it. chances are it will take eventually. I ran 822 with no battery issues. I have intermittent call audio quality issues with 411. I might reload it. I might not. having to restart a call occasionally has to be balanced against the very real risk some even more hideous trait will emerge from the os reload. How is the push email on android?
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