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    I got .52 but unfortunately it doesn't have CJK support...I'm going to try to move the CJK files from the .46 OS to the .52 OS and see if it works.

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    How do u get the .46 CJK to .52 OS plaese share. Thank you! .52 is the best for 8300 IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AYN View Post
    How do u get the .46 CJK to .52 OS plaese share. Thank you! .52 is the best for 8300 IMO..
    You probably already knew this but for those who don't, here is how you move those CJK files (if it will work with 4.5):

    1. Install new OS.
    2. Download the Font Doc File and Open Korean Font zip file
    3. Move Korean.alx to (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\8300-v4.2.1.?????) on your hard drive.
    4. Move net_rim_font_korean.cod and net_rim_tid_dynamic_transcoding_data_EUC_KR.cod to (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\8300-v4.2.1.?????\Java) on yur hard drive
    5. Connect your Blackberry 8300 or Curve to your computer.
    6. Run App Loader
    7. Click on Korean Characters and Font Support in the list of programs
    8. Click on Next
    9. Click on Finished

    But, if I'm not mistaken, I thought you could check the languages off and install them...Maybe not though. I've installed to many OS's this week!
    Last edited by finder216; 07-09-2008 at 11:06 PM.
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    thank you finder216. where to download the font doc file?

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    Just downloaded .52 and everything is running smoothly.

    Only thing is that on my made zen themes, when I hit menu, it changes some of the fonts and colors

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    AYN, what you'll have to do is to have both the .46 and .52 OS installed on the computer. Go into the .46 loader folder and copy the "CJK.alx" file over to the .52 folder. Next, open up the java folder for both OS in separat windows. Copy over any files that include the words "ko," "ch," "zh," "tw," and "chinese." I think there were about 20 of those files. Once you're done, you'll have CJK support

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    I found release 75, Platform 2.7.0.66, and this is Blackberry OS 4.5.0.52.

    I guess I'll upgrade? I have .46 now. Works great, very few kinks.
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    The only problem I had with .46 was that sometime when I'm scrolling in the web browser, the cursor gets "stuck" at the bottom of the screen. Even when I scroll upwards, the screen would go down. I'd have to jerk the ball up and down a couple of times before the cursor gets "unstuck." After my upgrade to .52, I haven't seen this problem. Other than that, I didn't notice any other improvements

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrunchDude View Post
    I found release 75, Platform 2.7.0.66, and this is Blackberry OS 4.5.0.52.

    I guess I'll upgrade? I have .46 now. Works great, very few kinks.
    Went from .46 to .52 last night without a hitch. Supposedly some of the bugs in .46 are gone in .52.

    I don't use any 3rd party apps or themes, so all of my 4.5 upgrades have gone very well. It's been said that memory leak is less of an issue with the .52 release but it seems to be about the same for me.

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    Alright, so I JUST upgraded. Third time I upgraded to a new 4.5 release, and it was the fastest one, too. 46 mins. How long does it take for you guys??

    Mind you, it includes the time backup-time, erasing app's, and restoring everything.

    There's a new option in Options ---> Advanced Options. Wireless Upgrade. That's cool, so now that OTA upgrades are possible since BIS 2.5, I guess this will be useful for that...
    It's all about the Berry! BlackBerry Bold 9000 OS 5.0.0.314 w/ BBM 5.0.0.33...works like a final build| ...awaiting release of BlackBerry Bold 9700 w/ HSPA 7.2! :D

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    Now that you mention it, yeah this was by far the fastest upgrade of the 3 4.5 versions I've upgraded to. I recently updated my DM to 4.5 as well, which was very cool and yes, I went the same route as you with the back-up, etc.

    Hadn't noticed the Wireless Upgrade in Advanced Options, so thanks for bringing that to my attention.

    Did you delete the other 4.5 versions from your PC before you loaded this latest one? I did that to be safe, but left the 4.2.2 version on there, just in case!

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~anyone else have browser issues with latest 4.5.0.52 rel75 2.7.0.66- I can't change emulation or change homepage from mobile.blackberry.com. I usually just have the Start page as default so can either enter a URL or choose bookmark/recent page. Also no wireless upgrade option under Advanced Options

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayfreeman View Post
    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~anyone else have browser issues with latest 4.5.0.52 rel75 2.7.0.66- I can't change emulation or change homepage from mobile.blackberry.com. I usually just have the Start page as default so can either enter a URL or choose bookmark/recent page. Also no wireless upgrade option under Advanced Options
    I can change browser emulation, but also do NOT have the Wireless Upgrade option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayfreeman View Post
    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~anyone else have browser issues with latest 4.5.0.52 rel75 2.7.0.66- I can't change emulation or change homepage from mobile.blackberry.com. I usually just have the Start page as default so can either enter a URL or choose bookmark/recent page. Also no wireless upgrade option under Advanced Options
    What device do you have 8310 or 8300?

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    I can change both the emultion and the homepage just fine...and I have the Wireless Upgrade option

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