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obi1 01-26-2011 01:55 PM

quite sad
 
i donno where i've read this today....but sadly i've discovered that RIM will not release a .os6 for bb 9700 because it's obsolete.they'll release a new bb 9700a, or 9710 which gonna have the processor and memory of 9780.quite sad i mean, because i don't thing i would like to buy another bb just to have os6 on it.but, what i surelly know is that this os6 could be modified in such way to work well on bb9700.i love my bb, and i guess there are other things behind this escuse.i don't, and i will not use a leaked os6 on my bb, as much i would like this new leak, cause i am constantly afraid not to use (for ex) win7 on a 1 gb ram pc, if you know what i mean.:-(

Dubdub 01-26-2011 02:02 PM

Re: quite sad
 
please do not post in "text-speak". It is much too hard to read and figure out what you are trying to say and/or ask.

knottyrope 01-26-2011 03:12 PM

Re: quite sad
 
I think I understand what you are asking.

There are carrier supported releases of OS 6 already.

You can use it on yours if you want to. Just revert to current carrier OS if you have to return it.

NJBlackBerry 01-26-2011 03:15 PM

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Not sure where you read it, but Vodafone Essar Limited has already released OS6 for the 9700. Not sure what you read, but I think it is wrong.

penguin3107 01-26-2011 03:15 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by obi1 (Post 1697230)
but sadly i've discovered that RIM will not release a .os6 for bb 9700 because it's obsolete

Incorrect.
RIM already released OS 6 for the 9700 and there are wireless carriers that have officially approved it and made it public to their users.

http://www.blackberryforums.com/gene...ilanguage.html

obi1 01-27-2011 12:31 AM

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i know , guys , it was an old post.however, i guess they should made some modifications (few only) on this os to run smoothly on smaller processor.me, i am used to have most of the time like 128-130 mb free,and believe me you feel the difference between having 128 mb free or just 78 mb free(as you have with os.6)

NJBlackBerry 01-27-2011 04:58 AM

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Wow.

devnull 01-27-2011 05:47 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by obi1 (Post 1697332)
i know , guys , it was an old post.however, i guess they should made some modifications (few only) on this os to run smoothly on smaller processor.me, i am used to have most of the time like 128-130 mb free,and believe me you feel the difference between having 128 mb free or just 78 mb free(as you have with os.6)

Wow indeed. I'm happy to have 30-40mb free on my 9000.

If you want the free space, just go back to os5.

NJBlackBerry 01-27-2011 05:55 AM

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Yes, with only 78mb free you can only, well, um, well....

Thiego-uk 05-17-2011 10:11 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by obi1 (Post 1697332)
i know , guys , it was an old post.however, i guess they should made some modifications (few only) on this os to run smoothly on smaller processor.me, i am used to have most of the time like 128-130 mb free,and believe me you feel the difference between having 128 mb free or just 78 mb free(as you have with os.6)

Hahaha!!! I have my, still beta (I guess), that is working 95% perfect. I have about 32mb memory often slipping down to 20-15mg for no reason but nothing that a battery pull wouldnt sort. Im happy with it, no other issue.

ifonline 05-17-2011 11:54 AM

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Bring out your dead (thread). Clang. Bring out your dead (thread). Clang.


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