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    Re: Latest 8100 OS 4.2.1.108 (Multilanguage)

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    I see now... I unplug my USB Cable after (maybe) 10minutes.... Must I unplug the cable after (maybe) 20 minutes?

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    Re: Latest 8100 OS 4.2.1.108 (Multilanguage)

    Everithing all right! THX for the help!

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    Re: Latest 8100 OS 4.2.1.108 (Multilanguage)

    It will be better to just wait for the official release via T-Mobile. Anything else would be problematic.
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    Re: Latest 8100 OS 4.2.1.108 (Multilanguage)

    What's problematic? This version works just fine on my T-Mobile Pearl.

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    Re: Latest 8100 OS 4.2.1.108 (Multilanguage)

    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralMayhem View Post
    What's problematic? This version works just fine on my T-Mobile Pearl.
    Non-offical OS's have had a history of not performing flawlessly. .107 is basically what you're upgrading to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HEY MANG View Post
    Non-offical OS's have had a history of not performing flawlessly. .107 is basically what you're upgrading to.
    I am not sure what you mean by "Non-official"? The download is from BlackBerry itself, how much more official can that get?

    And as far as it being .107 basically, no, it is version .108 which is an upgrade from .107
    Vendors don't release every version as it becomes available. Different vendors make different releases available at different times and BlackBerry makes the releases usually to fix bugs in the OS.

    When version 4.3 becomes available, not every vendor will make it available at the same time but that will not make it "Non-official" or flawed. Hope this clears it up for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doughdaddy View Post
    I am not sure what you mean by "Non-official"? The download is from BlackBerry itself, how much more official can that get?

    And as far as it being .107 basically, no, it is version .108 which is an upgrade from .107
    Vendors don't release every version as it becomes available. Different vendors make different releases available at different times and BlackBerry makes the releases usually to fix bugs in the OS.

    When version 4.3 becomes available, not every vendor will make it available at the same time but that will not make it "Non-official" or flawed. Hope this clears it up for you.
    I trully agree that's how It Is and works Indeed!
    Many Op's If their users don't have any Issue and the Rom doesn't have any security flaws
    they just sit back and relax with their current ROM release,
    If an Issue arises and Is of either Crtical Importance or It has a bug that becomes a pain for their H&S dept.
    They come In contact with RIM and they release an newer custom build for their Network that resolves their Issues.

    BTW .108 seems overall more responsive and less battery consuming...
    I receive around 30 emails every day and send 10-20
    and my battery seem to last longer than before....
    Is It my Idea or what?

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