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Old 02-28-2010, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 02-28-2010, 09:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have to say I like the .419 version better. I have had some problems with .484 One is that I like for my phone to auto lock. .484 doesn't let it do that. the Lock button is now standby, also I was having some lag problems with it also. So i went back to .419 so that way everything work right for me. This is only my view on the system. I know a lot of people love .484
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um. 5.0.0.530 is out.
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um. 5.0.0.530 is out.
As discussed here.

Problem is, it reboots every time its put into a holster. That simply doesn't work for me.
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Old 03-01-2010, 07:44 AM   #5 (permalink)
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.484 was merely a hybrid for .419 from a practical standpoint. Yes there is a holster issue with .530 but I does seem to have much better connectivity.
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I'm on Verizon and the .419 radio works much better for me. Since the .530 failure I've reverted back to straight .419.
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I stuck with .419 after reading about complaints with .484. Until something significant comes with an update I'm sticking with what works. I won't go near .530 either. I have found .419 to be rock-solid and it gives me great battery life. Zero issues, and I aim to keep it that way.
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I stuck with .419 after reading about complaints with .484. Until something significant comes with an update I'm sticking with what works. I won't go near .530 either. I have found .419 to be rock-solid and it gives me great battery life. Zero issues, and I aim to keep it that way.
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Old 03-01-2010, 04:29 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I have to say I like the .419 version better. I have had some problems with .484 One is that I like for my phone to auto lock. .484 doesn't let it do that. the Lock button is now standby, also I was having some lag problems with it also. So i went back to .419 so that way everything work right for me. This is only my view on the system. I know a lot of people love .484
i don't have auto lock the only thing is the icon to turn it off man i just put .484 back on after a long fight. with my apps i have to go back to .419
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what's the autolock that everyone is talking about? i went straight from 4.7 to 5.0.484 directly from sprint. seems to work fine, battery seems to be on par with my curve 8330 which is impressive given the higher res and super bright screen. no real complaints, don't have any issues with the lock key at the top either.
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Actually I am now running a hybrid by Driphter! It is awesome, It has the best battery life ever. Internet is fast, and I can finally use google maps.
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I had no major issues with .419 except the following apps would not function:

Sprint TV
Telenav Navigator
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Anyone experience these issues? Once I loaded .484 they all worked fine.
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I am going to give 419 a try when I get back on the ground later today. I have very few complaints with 484, but the no lock key is a little annoying every now and then.
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I'm running .484, no problems whatsoever.
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.484 gives BES users the ability to use Outlook distribution lists.
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.548 which is now out addressed the standby lock problem which may end the debate between the OS's mentioned in this thread
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:17 AM   #17 (permalink)
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.548 which is now out addressed the standby lock problem which may end the debate between the OS's mentioned in this thread
Where can we get .548?
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Old 03-14-2010, 11:00 AM   #18 (permalink)
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i tried .548 & i still was not able to use the autolock feature...i fell back to .419. .548 took a long time to boot also...6 - 7 minutes
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Where can we get .548?

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