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jibi 12-11-2006 08:36 AM

OS 4.1.0.529/4.1.0.377 - Release Notes and Known Issues
 
Just to list these all out from the recently released documents. This will be perhaps the most inclusive list of fixed issues over the last year, assuming they're actually covering everything that's been fixed from 4.1.0.175 to 4.1.0.529, per the Resolved Changed Issues section. A lot of this pertains to Cingular only, but there are a lot of general issues listed below as well (which could pertain to issues in previous releases of the OS).

Functional changes
This section lists functional changes for build 4.1.0 release 529 for Platform 2.0.0.152, and BlackBerry® Applications version 4.1.0.377.

• If your wireless service provider is Cingular and you have enabled PIN1 SIM security, you can now initiate an emergency call from the PIN1 code prompt.

Resolved Changed Issues
This section lists fixed issues from build 4.1.0 release 175 to build 4.1.0 release 529 for Platform 2.0.0.152, and BlackBerry® Applications version 4.1.0.377.

Ring tones
SDR68878
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you set the ring tone volume to high, the actual volume might have been much lower than the volume heard during a preview of the ring tone.

SDR66253
Previously, the quickbell MIDI ring tone might not have played.

SDR61653
Previously, if you tried to play the Cingular ring tone, your device might have reset after playing the tune for a few seconds.

Address Book
SDR85817
Previously, if you tried to copy a phone number from your address book to the SIM card phone book, your device might not have responded.

SDR60878
Previously, you might not have been able to open your SIM address book while Fixed Dialing Number mode was turned on.

Bluetooth
SDR95335
Previously, if your BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ was paired with a Bluetooth® headset and you received a phone call that the other party ended before you answered the call, the Bluetooth headset might not have responded as expected.

SDR95329
Previously, if your BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ was paired with a Bluetooth headset, you had more than one phone call in progress, and you tried to disconnect the phone call that was on hold, your device might have disconnected the wrong phone call.

SDR94840
Previously, if your BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ was paired with a Bluetooth headset, you received a second phone call while you were already connected to a phone call, you answered the second call, put the second call on hold, and returned to the first call, your device might have identified the first call as the second call.

SDR94814
Previously, if another party ended a phone call, your BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ might not have instructed your paired Bluetooth headset that the call had ended.

SDR78513
Previously, your device might have lost its Bluetooth pairing association with Motorola and Peiker BT Car Kits.

SDR64317
Previously, if you shared your address book with a paired Bluetooth enabled device, some phone numbers might have contained invalid characters.

Attachment Viewer
SDR67491
Previously, if you opened a document in the Attachment Viewer, highlighted a link, and pressed the Space key, the screen might not have displayed the next page in the document.

Browser
SDR72626
Previously, if you opened a secure page from the page cache, the lock icon might not have appeared.

SDR72617
Previously, if you clicked an HTML Reset button, the "text area" element might have been cleared instead of being set to its default value.

SDR74704
Previously, in rare cases, if you were browsing a web site, you might have received an exception error.

SDR74687
Previously, if you copied text on two lines of a memo and pasted it into an HTML text input field on a web page in the browser, an exception error might have appeared.

SDR74009
Previously, if you opened a web page and then, some time later, you opened the same web page again, you might have received an exception error if the web page was trying to access a cached JavaScript with a size of zero.

SDR71884
Previously, if you installed a third-party application and the application launched a background thread, your device might have appeared to be unresponsive.

SDR68283
Previously, if you were using Wireless Transport Layer Security (WTLS) with the WAP Browser and you tried to redirect to a different URL, you might have received an error message.

SDR68010
Previously, if you selected a ring tone, picture, or theme to download, but then you pressed the Escape key to go back one screen, you might have exited the program.

SDR67661
Previously, if you were viewing a web page in Chinese, some of the characters might not have displayed correctly.

SDR65452
Previously, if you were using the Browser application, your device might have briefly lost its connection to the network and might have displayed "Searching for network", even though you were in a sufficient wireless coverage area.

SDR63930
Previously, it might have taken your device a long time to download applications or display web pages.

SDR61403
Previously, if a third-party application tried to open a WAP connection on an Access Point Name (APN) other than blackberry.net to download a resource, the APN might have shut down after 30 seconds whether the resource had finished downloading or not.

SDR60587
Previously, if you accessed a Digital Rights Management (DRM) web site and selected an image, the menu option to set the image as the Home screen image might not have been available.

SDR59155
Previously, if you expanded and then collapsed a folder of bookmarks in the Browser application, anything below the folder might not have displayed correctly after you collapsed the folder.

SDR56486
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, the Help option might not have been available from the WAP Browser or the BlackBerry Browser.

Alarm
SDR66855
Previously, if you set your device to turn on automatically and you have set the alarm, the alarm might sound two or three times, and then your device might turn itself off.

SDR58470
Previously, if your notification profile was set to Quiet, and you had turned on the daily alarm, your device might not have played the sound you set in the Alarm application.

Calendar
SDR83391
Previously, if you were using a Blackberry 8700c Wireless Handheld™, and in the Calendar options the Snooze field was set, and if the Calendar notifications for the active profile the Volume field was not set to Mute, if you snoozed a calendar reminder, an audible alert might not have occurred.

SDR78265
Previously, if you created a recurring all-day appointment and showed the time as free, the time might have displayed as busy on individual occurrences of the appointment.

SDR71231
Previously, if you clicked Snooze when more than one calendar or task reminder appeared, the Dismiss All option might not have been available once the calendar or task reminders appearedfor the second time.

SDR69803
Previously, if you received an invitation that was adjacent to or conflicted with an existing appointment in your calendar, the request might have displayed in your desktop email program calendar but it might not have displayed in the Calendar application on your device.

SDR68982
Previously, if several appointments had reminders that were set to trigger in a relatively short period of time, some of the reminders might not have appeared on your device.

SDR65425
Previously, if more than one meeting reminder appearedon your device at the same time and both reminders had a long subject and location, the Open and Dismiss buttons might not have displayed after you scrolled through a reminder.

SDR65412
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700™ and you clicked Snooze when a calendar reminder appeared, and then you clicked Snooze again when a different calendar reminder appeared, the first reminder might not have appeared again.

SDR63101
Previously, if you created a recurring appointment in Lotus Notes® with some exceptions and you tried to delete the last appointment from your device, the appointment might not be removed.

Messages
SDR86716
Previously, after you activated your device over the wireless network, you might not have received confirmation that the MMS messages you had sent had been delivered.

SDR68013
Previously, you might not have been able to send an MMS message if your device had not been profiled by an MMS vendor.

SDR67571
Previously, if you opened a picture that was been locked by Digital Rights Management (DRM), the option to send the picture as an MMS message might have been available.

SDR66843
Previously, some MMS messages might have included text attachments that contained UTF 16 data , but omitted the charset parameter.

SDR65601
Previously, if you received MMS message that contained an audio file, the tune might have stopped playing after five seconds.

SDR64573
Previously, if you were composing an email message and searched for a contact in your company address book, the results from previous searches might not have displayed in the lookup list.

SDR62850
Previously, if you played a MIDI file that you received as an attachment to a multimedia message service (MMS) message, the volume might have been higher than expected.

SDR58081
Previously, if you tried to look up a contact group while you were composing an email message, you might not have been able to click on the group to select it.

SDR56815
Previously, if you had set the option to hide sent messages from the messages list, and then you cleared your device and restored it using Enterprise Activation, the Hide Sent Messages field might have been set to No.

Localization
SDR84740
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ in Czech and you updated the software on your device, you might have received a Java exception error.

SDR80039
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ or a BlackBerry 7130™ device and you installed a multi-language version of the device software, English might have been the only language available in the list of language options.

SDR78187
Previously, if your display language was set to French and you made a phone call, the View Messages menu item might not have been translated.

Tasks
SDR61956
Previously, if you clicked the menu option to delete completed tasks, the completed tasks might still have appeared in the task list.

Phone
SDR93810
Previously, if you were setting up a conference call and you ignored an incoming call, you might not have been able to connect the two parties to the conference call.

SDR76223
Previously, if you had set the smart dialing option for calling a corporate extension and you used the redial feature on a Bluetooth®-enabled headset to call an extension number, you might have reached the corporate number but you might not have reached the extension number.

SDR74380
Previously, if you muted a phone call and then placedthat call on hold to receive a second call, the second call might not have been muted but the mute status indicator might still have appeared.

SDR72274
Previously, if you were on a conference call using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ that was paired with a Bluetooth®-enabled headset and you ended the conference call from the headset, the call might still have appeared to be active.

SDR70502
Previously, in rare situations, when you used Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) to dial in to a conference call, the DTMF tone delivery might have been delayed for more than one minute.

SDR69800
Previously, if you missed a phone call or received a voice mail message, the buttons in the dialog box might have been left-aligned.

SDR66433
Previously, if you were using a Jabra BT250 Bluetooth headset, the mute function might not have worked properly.

SDR66387
Previously, if you received a phone call but the caller disconnected the call before you answered, your device might have continued ringing for about ten seconds.

SDR66099
Previously, if you received a phone call from an unknown number, the caller ID information might have been blank instead of displaying "Unknown Number".

SDR61199
Previously, if you set the Restrict My Identity field to Always in the phone options, your phone number might still have appeared on a contact’s phone when you made a phone call.

SDR58670
Previously, your device might have displayed the speakerphone indicator when your device was connecting to or disconnecting from a phone call, even if you were not using speakerphone mode.

SDR58015
Previously, if you received a call from a private number, the phone details might have been blank instead of displaying “Private Number”.

SDR57533
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you pressed the Speakerphone key during a phone call, you might have been asked to identify a currency format.

SDR57014
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and during a phone call you pressed the Speakerphone key, a Help screen might have appeared.

SDR56631
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you muted a phone call, the icon in the top left corner of the screen did not change.

SDR56456
Previously, if you tried to join to calls into a conference call, your device might not have responded as expected while you were on the conference call, and you might not have been able to hear voices or dial tones.

SDR56197
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you typed a phone number, and then pressed the Send key, the call might not have been connected.

Profiles
SDR62359
Previously, if you had an MMS-compatible number and you received an MMS message, you might still have received notification even though you had previously turned off all notifications.

SDR58662
Previously, if you upgraded your device software or backed up and restored your device software and wireless synchronization was turned on, any profiles that you created might not have appeared on your device.

SDR57575
Previously, if your notification profile was set to Quiet and you received a calendar reminder, your device might have vibrated.

Themes
SDR78251
Previously, if you upgraded the software on your device and your service provider had a specific theme, that theme might not have appeared as the default theme.

SDR76768
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme or the BlackBerry Insight Icon theme and you locked your device, the BlackBerry Dimension Icon theme appeared at the top of the screen.

SDR74186
Previously, if you were using a list theme, you might have received an exception error if you clicked the Network, Screen/Keyboard, or the Bluetooth option in the Settings folder.

SDR68834
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme on a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you created a folder for your email messages, some of the characters might have appeared too close together.

SDR68031
Previously, if you were using the Insight theme and you enabled your device to establish wireless connections with other Bluetooth enabled devices, the Bluetooth status indicator might not have appeared on the Home screen.

SDR68026
Previously, if you were using the Insight theme and you paired your device with another Bluetooth®-enabled device, the Bluetooth connection status indicator might not have appeared on the Home screen.

SDR67441
Previously, if you were using the BlackBerry Dimension Icon theme and you scrolled through the list of ring tones, the background image might not have displayed in a uniform manner.

SDR67217
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme, the unread message status indicator might have been blue instead of orange.

SDR67004
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme and turned on Shift mode, the indicator that appeared in the top right corner of the screen displayed as an arrow instead of as a key depicting the text "CAP". If you turned on Alt mode, the indicator that appeared in the top right corner of the screen displayed two arrows instead of one.

SDR67003
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme, the icons on the Home screen for Turn Wireless On and Turn Wireless Off might not have been the same as the wireless network coverage indicators that appeared at the top of the screen.

SDR67001
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme, the voice mail message indicator might not have appeared in the correct position and the number of messages might have appeared too close to the indicator and in an incorrect font. In addition, the indicator might have looked like a frowning face.

SDR65391
Previously, if you were using the Cingular Icon theme, and you pressed the Escape key while you were on a phone call, then clicked Cancel or pressed the Escape key again, part of the Exit to Home Screen dialog might have still be visible on top of the Phone application screen.

SDR65388
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ with the Cingular theme, the date on the Home screen might not have been correct.

SDR65386
Previously, if you were using the Cingular Icon theme, highlighting might not have appeared as expected on the Home screen.

SDR64533
Previously, if you were using your device with the Cingular theme, and you received a message that contained an attachment, the unread message indicator was blue, instead of orange.

SDR63949
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ with the Cingular theme, and you downloaded an MP3 or a MID file from the browser, the Audio Player might not have fit the width of the screen properly.

SDR62847
Previously, if you were using the default theme or the Cingular theme on a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, part of the date on the Home screen might have been cut off.

SDR60897
Previously, if you were using the BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ with the default theme or the Cingular theme and you made a phone call, the volume indicator and the phone icon might have been cut off.

SDR60533
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme and tried to add a Bluetooth® device, the Select Device dialog box might have overlapped with the dialog box of paired devices.

SDR59489
Previously, if you were using the Cingular Icon theme, you might not have been able to move or hide icons in the Settings and Applications folders.

SDR58279
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ with the default theme and you received a voice mail message, the voice mail message indicator might have overlapped the battery power indicator.

User interface
SDR82723
Previously, if the time on your device displayed in 24-hour format and you received an SMS text message, the time on the message might have appeared in 12-hour format.

SDR73189
Previously, if you received a phone call, only the Answer and Ignore buttons on the Incoming Call screen might have appeared.

SDR72982
Previously, if you had more than one voice mail message, and you received another voice mail message, the voice mail message indicator might have moved from a position to the right of the date and time to a position to the left of the date and time.

SDR67193
Previously, if your wireless service provider was Cingular, the term "Fido" might not have displayed on the Home screen.

SDR66336
Previously, the wireless network coverage indicator and the unread message indicator might have been cut off when you opened a web page in the browser.

SDR65396
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, the voice mail message indicator might have been positioned next to the date instead of being positioned next to the number of unread messages indicator.

SDR64208
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you set the active profile to an option other than Normal and then switched tasks, the text for the Profiles icon might have indicated the name of the active profile instead of appearing as "Profile".

SDR62186
Previously, the amount of space between the left side of the screen and the icons in the BlackBerry Browser might have been different, depending on the font size.

SDR59697
Previously, if you had 10 or more unread messages, the digits on the unread message count on the Home screen might have overlapped.

SDR58692
Previously, if you enabled the Auto On/Off setting, the wrong Auto On time might have been displayed when you turned off your device.

SDR58778
Previously, if your wireless service provider was Cingular, your device might not have displayed a network name on the Home screen.

SDR58781
Previously, if your wireless service provider was Cingular and you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, the roaming status indicator might have appeared on the screen, although it actually should not have appeared.

SDR60501
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ with the network selection mode set to automatic, and you left your home coverage area, the name of your home carrier might have appeared on the Network screen.

SDR56539
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you scrolled through the handheld options, the user interface might not have displayed correctly.

SDR58294
Previously, the first time that you pressed the Currency key, your device might not have displayed the expected currency symbol in the list of options.

SDR60404
Previously, if you enabled a custom profile with a name that contained more than 100 characters, and you set a convenience key to open profiles, the name of the profile might have displayed on several lines with an ellipsis at the end of each line.

SDR61444
Previously, if you downloaded a ring tone with a long name and then tried to select it, the line might have only contained an ellipsis.

SDR64872
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, the battery level that displayed on the Home screen might have been different than the battery level that appeared in the options Status screen.

SDR66183
Previously, if you were using the Cingular theme on a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you opened the BlackBerry browser or the WAP browser, the wireless network coverage indicator and the email message status indicator might have been cut off.

SDR69357
Previously, if your device roamed to another network and later roamed back to your home network, the Operator Name String (ONS) might not have been centered on the Home screen.

Miscellaneous
SDR75996
Previously, if you backed up the device software on your BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, you might have received a message indicating that the SMS text message data was not recognized by your device.

SDR62995
Previously, if you turned off TTY, your device might still have displayed TTY on the Home screen.

SDR65345
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you pressed the Send or End key, the backlighting on the keyboard might have turned on.

SDR67454
Previously, if you upgraded your device software, you might have received the following error: “Failed to synch database: searches”.

SDR65980
Previously, the low battery LED might have appeared green instead of amber.

SDR65407
Cingular Network Selection Test Case 5.10 Failure.

SDR66416
Previously, in some cases, you might not have received phone calls or voice mail messages, even though you had a sufficient level of wireless coverage.

SDR67007
Previously, after successfully registering with a PLMN, if you attempted to register with a different PLMN, the registration might have failed.

SDR70696
Previously, if you were using the SureType™ input method, all of the options for some key combinations might not have appeared.

SDR67374
Previously, when attempting to register with the HPLMN, after the two minute timer expired, the device might have restarted unexpectedly.

SDR69710
Previously, if you upgraded your device software from version 4.1.0 bundle 110 to bundle 127, you might have received an error indicating that some data in the Searches database could not be restored.

SDR71102
Previously, if you upgraded your device software from version 4.1.0 bundle 131 to bundle 151 and selected the option to automatically backup and restore your information, the restoration process might have failed.

SDR64116
Previously, your device might have failed to verify the terminal correctly and processed certain MMI strings as MO USSD requests when in and out of call.

SDR99743
Previously, if you received a TLLI packet that had been formatted incorrectly, your device might not have responded as expected.

SDR67710
Previously, if your SIM card issued a Provide Local Information (IMEI) command, your device might have returned an incorrectly coded IMEI in the Terminal Response.

SDR62079
Previously, if you set your device to turn on automatically, you might have received a registration message each time your device turned on.

SDR67717
Previously, if your SIM card received an update to the Mailbox Numbers file over the wireless network, your SIM card issued a Refresh, as expected. However, your device did not reread the file.

SDR69589
Previously, you might not have been able to use the IP modem.

SDR75573
Previously, if you tried to activate your device over the wireless network, the activation process might have stalled when it was only 90 percent complete.

SDR84574
Previously, in some cases, if you switched themes or removed the battery and then reinserted it, an uncaught exception error might have appeared.

SDR85250
Previously, if you were using the Cingular PCTEL (5.2.19.0) software to connect your BlackBerry 8700c Wireless Handheld™ or your BlackBerry 7130c™ to a VPN server that did not use NAT, you might not have been able to load web pages.

SDR57369
Previously, if you tried to unlock your device by pressing the asterisk (*) and the Send key, nothing happened.

SDR65729
Previously, in some cases, your device might have lost network connection, even though the wireless coverage indicator showed full coverage.

SDR95920
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™, the length of the Mobile Network Code (MNC) might not have been determined by the encoding of the MNC in the Mobile Equipment Personalization (MEP) data on the device.

SDR80797
Previously, if you were using the BlackBerry Dimension Zen theme or the BlackBerry Dimension Today theme, you might not have been able to lock your device by holding the Alt key and the Enter key.

SDR59722
Previously, mobile-originated USSD requests might have issued an unexpected transaction identifier.

SDR60499
Previously, when using your device as a modem using Windows Dial Up Networking, your device might have failed to connect during PPP negotiation.

SDR60542
Previously, some dial sequences that should have originated a voice call might have originated a USSD request instead.

SDR62155
Previously, you were not able to dial in to the Cingular Orange network using the PCTEL software or the Windows DUN settings.

SDR62779
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and set the text telephone (TTY) option, the first call did not have bit 6 of octet 3a changed to 1. The bit was changed for subsequent calls.

SDR65751
Previously, after successfully registering with a PLMN, if you attempted to register with a different PLMN, even if the registration was successful, the system might have indicated that you had no service.

SDR69801
Previously, if you enabled cell broadcast messages and then upgraded your device software, the cell broadcasting service might not have been enabled on your device.

SDR65253
Previously, if the device continued to send attach request messages and did not receive a response from the wireless network, your device might have reset and displayed a "CatastrophicFailure Mechanism Called" error message.

SDR72903
Previously, if BBXp had been turned off and your device connected to a Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) and received an Attach Reject 7 error, it might not have switched to the next GPRS/EGPRS PLMN.

SDR56778
Previously, if you were using a BlackBerry 8700 Wireless Handheld™ and you marked a task as complete, you might have received a Java exception error.

SDR57857
Previously, if your wireless networks were turned off and you tried to manually add a different network, a Java exception error might have occurred.

SDR67982
Previously, in rare instances when using the phone, your device might have dropped the call when the network was using a Common BCCH configuration.

Upon further investigation, the following reported issues were determined not to be issues:
SDR100806
If you try to forward an SMS message to a SIM card contact, your device might not respond as expected.

SDR81753
If you send several SMS text messages while the information in your address book is synchronizing over the wireless network, you might receive an exception error.

The following issues are believed to be fixed in this software release, but have not been confirmed to be closed:
SDR102367
If you make an emergency call, you might be temporarily unable to make any other outgoing calls.

SDR84670
If you receive an MMS message that contains a link to a URL or a phone number, you might not be able to click the link.

Known Issues
This section lists known issues for build 4.1.0 release 529 for Platform 2.0.0.152, and BlackBerry® Applications version 4.1.0.377.

Localization
SDR75373
If your display language is set to French and the message status in an email message contains the word "mailbox", the term might be translated as "voicemail".
Impact: Some terms might not be translated correctly if your display language is set to French.
Workaround: None.

SDR79949
If your display language is set to German, the menu items for disconnecting from a conference call might not be translated correctly. In addition, if you type an incorrect SIM card PIN code, it might not be clear that typing an incorrect PIN code again causes your PIN to be blocked.
Impact: Some elements of the user interface might not be translated correctly if your display language is set to German.
Workaround: None.

SDR82297
If your display language is set to Dutch, some of the security options and information on the Profiles screen might not be translated. All of the AutoText entries appear in English. In addition, the word for "on" is translated incorrectly in several different options.
Impact: Some elements of the user interface might not be translated or might not be translated correctly if your display language is set to Dutch.
Workaround: None.

SDR86631
If your display language is set to French and you respond to a meeting invitation as Tentative, the reply might display the English word Tentative in the Subject line.
Impact: The French translation of the word Tentative might not appear in the subject line of your reply to a meeting invitation.
Workaround: None

MMS
SDR83156
If you are using the BlackBerry Dimension Zen theme, the Messages application might open after you send a multimedia message service (MMS) message or a short message service (SMS) text message from the phone.
Impact: After you send an MMS or SMS text message, the Messages application might open instead of the SMS text and MMS messages program.
Workaround: None.

Themes
SDR112615
If your wireless service provider is Cingular and you load new software onto your device, the Cinguar theme might not be set as the default theme for your device.
Impact: The Cingular theme might not be the default theme on your device.
Workaround: None.

SDR84023
If you are using the BlackBerry Today theme, there might be a gap between the time and subject of the messages on the Home screen.
Impact: You might not be able to read the full subject of a message.
Workaround: None.

User Interface
SDR74295
In some cases, you might receive an uncaught exception error when you remove your device from the holster.
Impact: You might receive an uncaught exception error upon removing your device from the holster.
Workaround: None.

Miscellaneous
SDR97900
If you use the javaloader or axloader to install new applications on your device with 4.1 device code, you might receive an error message when the device restarts.
Impact: You might receive an error message.
Workaround: None.

SDR84087
If you are connected to a Bluetooth® enabled headset and a Bluetooth GPS puck, after some time, the connection between your BlackBerry device and the Bluetooth enabled devices might be lost.
Impact: Your device might not maintain a connection to two Bluetooth enabled devices at one time.
Workaround: None.

Stinsonddog 12-11-2006 04:51 PM

Wow that is one amazing list?

LunkHead 12-11-2006 05:48 PM

WOW!!!!!!

Thanks jibi! :)

U da man!

hf1khal 12-11-2006 09:45 PM

It is a great thing. Thanks Jibi. I have to say seeing this stament:
SDR84087
If you are connected to a Bluetooth® enabled headset and a Bluetooth GPS puck, after some time, the connection between your BlackBerry device and the Bluetooth enabled devices might be lost.
Impact: Your device might not maintain a connection to two Bluetooth enabled devices at one time.
Workaround: None.

Made me try using the BT HS and the GPS puck and they both work at teh same time now while before it was a no go.

jetspeedz 12-12-2006 12:04 PM

thanks, i read through the entrie list and this concerns me a bit althought i havent had any problems

SDR74295
In some cases, you might receive an uncaught exception error when you remove your device from the holster.
Impact: You might receive an uncaught exception error upon removing your device from the holster.
Workaround: None.

DallasFlier 12-12-2006 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hf1khal
It is a great thing. Thanks Jibi. I have to say seeing this stament:
SDR84087
If you are connected to a Bluetooth® enabled headset and a Bluetooth GPS puck, after some time, the connection between your BlackBerry device and the Bluetooth enabled devices might be lost.
Impact: Your device might not maintain a connection to two Bluetooth enabled devices at one time.
Workaround: None.

Made me try using the BT HS and the GPS puck and they both work at teh same time now while before it was a no go.

Nifty! Please report back after using it with both a couple days, if it stays reliably connected to both? Thanks! (y)

hokie123 12-12-2006 08:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jetspeedz
thanks, i read through the entrie list and this concerns me a bit althought i havent had any problems

SDR74295
In some cases, you might receive an uncaught exception error when you remove your device from the holster.
Impact: You might receive an uncaught exception error upon removing your device from the holster.
Workaround: None.

So I just had this happen to me today. I was in the process of trying to unlock my device after taking it out of the holster and it froze. When I tried a soft reboot, I saw the error message, and continued soft reboots would only bring me to the Cingular screen. bbWeather was the program that it mentioned having the exception. The only way I could recover was to remove and insert the battery.

Since I was just trying some new software out today (IT re-opened my download policy for a day while upgrading OS), I've decided to take that program off, since I can get my weather info easy enough from other web pages. Overall, I'm still extremely happy with the OS overall, no plans on moving back (unless this happens every day!).

jetspeedz 12-12-2006 11:07 PM

hokie i would just probably remove that app, i had a similar problem on the 7290 when trying to hide and option on bbtoday it frooze everytime and a required me to pull the battery.. i finally learned to live with the setup or just remove it... now with the 8700 it seems to be problem free but i still dont use bbweather

hokie123 12-13-2006 06:53 AM

Yeah, I think bbWeather was the culprit. I tried loading teh program again from a different source, and my bb locked up when trying to configure.

So it's off my system, and I'm hoping I have no further problems!

amnon 12-26-2006 01:33 PM

4.1.0.529 doesn't let adding profile exceptions
 
Me and a friend upgraded our 8700c with 529. I already had a few profile exceptions.

Neither he nor me can add profile exceptions at this point - we get an error that the name cannot be empty even though we select one or more names from the address book.

Both of us can edit existing exceptions (including the built-in default one).

Can anyone else verify this?

Can there be such a gaping hole in this release?

Thanks,
Amnon

Svenster 12-26-2006 11:51 PM

Updated my 8700c to 529 and have the Zen theme active, and I noticed that PIN messages are not showing up in the messages folder, but if I view the SMS folder they are there. Anyone else notice this?

hf1khal 12-26-2006 11:55 PM

That is how it shows on mine. I thought the PIN messages are also considered as SMS (BB wise).

Svenster 12-28-2006 12:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hf1khal
That is how it shows on mine. I thought the PIN messages are also considered as SMS (BB wise).

I switched back to the Cingular theme, and PIN messages show up in the messages folder. I get lots of PIN messages, so I may have to switch back to the Cingular theme, but I really like the layout of the Zen theme. Bummer.

d_fisher 12-28-2006 08:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Svenster
Updated my 8700c to 529 and have the Zen theme active, and I noticed that PIN messages are not showing up in the messages folder, but if I view the SMS folder they are there. Anyone else notice this?

This is normal for the Zen theme. Partually why I never used the Zen theme before the Pearl. The Today Plus theme (only available on the Peal) is a cross between Zen and Today themes. The messages ribbon has all email, PIN, and SMS messages like before.

birdiebo 12-30-2006 01:03 PM

After updating, the Browser, along with any links to open or initialize it, have disappeared. How do I reactivate the web browsing functions? Thanks.

hf1khal 12-30-2006 11:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by birdiebo
After updating, the Browser, along with any links to open or initialize it, have disappeared. How do I reactivate the web browsing functions? Thanks.

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mattk0 01-02-2007 09:42 AM

I may be missing something, but where are you getting this update? I have a Verizon 8703e and when going to BlackBerryâ„¢ 4.x Software Download the latest I could get was 4.1.0.344.

Also, is there a way to get the updates pushed to your device? THanks!

hbrenner 01-02-2007 10:32 AM

Battery Life since upgrade?
 
Has anyone expirienced a decrease in battery life since the upgrade.

Other then the upgrade I am using or have installed:
Zen Theme
Ramble IM
Ramble Forward Conversation as...
and I set my back light to 40% to save on battery

I think this is all that would be different since Thursday last week other then then firmware.

I have noticed for the first time ever on any BB (this my second BlackBerry, 1st was a 7100g) that the battery is loosing power during the day and I HAVE TO CHARGE at night or during the day, whereas before I didn't.

Thanks

yustonuser 01-02-2007 06:01 PM

Boy - I was very excited to upgrade to this release as I am still on the stock Cingular original version but from what I read, people's battery loses charge quickly (a bad thing) and people have noticed other negatives. Can you tell me why I should move? I really wanted to have the louder rings, Zen and other benefits and fixes Jibi notes above, but not if the battery life will suck once I move. Thoughts?

pgab 02-26-2007 06:52 PM

I've posted this issue already, but this seems like an appropriate place to say it again.

I have an issue with my 8100 in that task reminders do not always go off. Particulary, any recurrence after the the first occurrence of a recurring task. These seem to never work. I am marking the tasks complete, and if I then open the task, it clearly has set all the fields to then pop up a reminder on the next occurrence. But, it just doesn't work.

A few times even Tasks that are just one occurrence to not trigger a reminder either.

Any news of this being a known issue, or of any fix to this annoying problem?


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