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Old 10-11-2010, 04:28 PM   #81 (permalink)
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This version from Vodaphone does work and give you many languages including Russian. However, on an ATT based 9700 using 680, you lose the lock icon on the home screen, the standby button not longer works, the right key button is disabled and you cannot access your account thru media net.
So If it is Russian or ? that you want this is the OS, but be prepared to lose some functions that you have relied on. By the way, neat trick using loader exe, thanks for the tip.
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:29 AM   #82 (permalink)
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tried updating this os but cant

im using windows 7

downloaded aldy n installed also. deleted the vendor in apploader n went to the compability folder but cant find the vendor there. can only find pool.bin

plz help. thnks
I had to use BBSAK (Blackberry Swiss Army Knife) in order to update my O/S. Try that. (Google it to find a downloadable file).

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Hey guys,

I just upgraded to OS v5.0.0.862 on Rogers, wirelessly. Cool!

However:

My 'standby' function seems to have been killed in the process. Now if I click the lock button the screen goes dark and it seems to do a standby lock. Anyone else experience this problem?

Thanks for responding!
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Old 10-14-2010, 03:49 PM   #85 (permalink)
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That's what the upgrade did to the top left lock button. :( I miss being able to lock my phone with that button.. R.I.P we remember you so!!
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Old 10-14-2010, 06:21 PM   #86 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

I just upgraded to OS v5.0.0.862 on Rogers, wirelessly. Cool!

However:

My 'standby' function seems to have been killed in the process. Now if I click the lock button the screen goes dark and it seems to do a standby lock. Anyone else experience this problem?

Thanks for responding!
Me too. I am using a 9700 roger os 380. After upgraded, I can't lock my phone with the "K" key as I used to do with previous version. The lock item on the screen has bÍn moved away too. The top left button hasn't worked anymore! So confuse!
I have tried so many times since then to downgraded back to my previous version but I can't!
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Old 10-14-2010, 06:25 PM   #87 (permalink)
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I urge you to get used to the new keys as the old ones aren't coming back...
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Old 10-15-2010, 09:45 AM   #88 (permalink)
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Oh, after a week upgrade to .862, I have got some probs that can be fixed:
3. Can't edit my profile. All ringtone's files in my device have been locked forward, and they all got a small lock sign at their icons.
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Im having the same problem, I was on .56? and had this problem too, also having it on the latest Orange UK official release .862 any ideas how to fix????
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Not yet!
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Well, I just upgraded using the "wireless update" feature on my blackberry (on TELUS).

I was hesitant, having never done it before, but it worked flawlessly - although it took a good 20 minutes to complete.

In any event, I am not seeing any of the problems that some of you have reported on here.
The only thing I don't like, though, is the modification to the keyboard / device lock. You used to be able to hold down the A key and it would lock your phone. Now all it does is lock the keyboard. Oh well, whatever.

Here are two things I noticed that are different on this update:
- Elapsed time (when on a call) is a much larger font now
- When I play music, it actually uses the speakerphone speakers now (which it did not do before). This is great, as now I can actually "hear" the music if I don't want to use headphones.

Everything else works as it always used to - and the battery drain is also normal - so no issues there.
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But if you use password protection, and enable a 1 minute timeout...you have full lock after a minute. At least you have something this way.
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Old 10-24-2010, 07:23 PM   #92 (permalink)
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Let's try the application Mytime. It woorks good!
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Quick question here. I just got a new blackberry 9700. So this is the newest OS and all the instructions of installing it is listed above. Also when is the new OS 6 going to come to the 9700
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Quick question here. I just got a new blackberry 9700. So this is the newest OS and all the instructions of installing it is listed above. Also when is the new OS 6 going to come to the 9700
I'd recommend not upgrading the OS until you have the phone for a little while and see how the OS is working for you. If you don't find any issues, then there's really no need to update. As far as OS 6, no one really knows when it's going to be released for the 9700. Hopefully soon.
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I'd recommend not upgrading the OS until you have the phone for a little while and see how the OS is working for you. If you don't find any issues, then there's really no need to update. As far as OS 6, no one really knows when it's going to be released for the 9700. Hopefully soon.
How can I check of OS my phone originally came with? The OS6 will be only on 2 phones correct? The Tourch and new Bold 9780?
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How can I check of OS my phone originally came with? The OS6 will be only on 2 phones correct? The Tourch and new Bold 9780?
OS 6 will be released for the 9700. No one knows exactly when.
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Well I think its official ......... for some of us anyway ........ this release is a piece of crap. I've had to downgrade my device as well as a friends. Sucks!

I'd say they got their best peeps working on OS6 and left this to the newbs. lol I could understand these issues if this were a beta, but to call it official ..... really! :o
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Have you tried the .979 release? It's been pretty stable for most of us. Everything deserves at least one try right?! Haha
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