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    Browsing through OS 4.6 files...

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    And wishing I was a human code porter(lol) and was able to get this damn OS on my Curve!

    But seriously, this stuff is interesting...I see the 'safemode' app in here, and couple of other things. I really wish I could just drop these in a folder and put them on my Curve. Even just some themes I'd be fine with. I know the curve probably acn't handle 4.6, but nothing wrong with dreaming...:-/
    I have a BlackBerry and a WhiteApple. :)

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    where did you get the os from? was there a site you pulled it from. cuz i thought 4.5 hasnt even been released on all bbs???

    but what curve do you have?

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    It's an official release of OS 4.6 for the Bold from RIM's website. I have an 8310.

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    I posted it here its 4.6.0.92 from Optus. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Yea, that one. It was on BerryReview.

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    oh... alright, that works ... lol

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    You could try loading some of the applications onto your existing device.

    I just attempted the Sudoku game. It seems to work, but it is designed for a device with a bigger screen, so the bottom and right two rows of the puzzles are off the screen. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find it in the application list, so I had to delete it via the javaloader.
    Last edited by Thyth; 08-02-2008 at 06:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thyth View Post
    You could try loading some of the applications onto your existing device.

    I just attempted the Sudoku game. It seems to work, but it is designed for a device with a bigger screen, so the bottom and right two rows of the puzzles are off the screen. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find it in the application list, so I had to delete it via the javaloader.
    That didn't work for me...how'd you do it?
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    I used the following Javaloader commands. The first to add, the second to delete. I put the Sudoku.cod file in the same directory as the javaloader.

    javaloader -u load Sudoku
    javaloader -u erase -f Sudoku

    It's really easy to break things with Javaloader though, so install these packages at your own risk.

    I'm tempted to see what happens when loading the 4.6 versions of the browser applications and dependencies. Risky, but potentially rewarding.

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    Yes definitely tell if you get it to work~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thyth View Post
    I used the following Javaloader commands. The first to add, the second to delete. I put the Sudoku.cod file in the same directory as the javaloader.

    javaloader -u load Sudoku
    javaloader -u erase -f Sudoku

    It's really easy to break things with Javaloader though, so install these packages at your own risk.

    I'm tempted to see what happens when loading the 4.6 versions of the browser applications and dependencies. Risky, but potentially rewarding.
    Cool thanks for the tips...forget the browser, I want the whole OS, lol. This is when you need an extra BB for experiments. But I forgot how powerful javaloader is, when used right...off to try it out...

    And you're right, that list of dependencies looks scary and very risky.
    Last edited by snipes mcgee; 08-03-2008 at 02:16 PM.
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    I tried loading something small...the Safe Mode application. The app itself went on fine, but JLC won't allow its only dependency, net_rim_cldc.cod, to load onto the phone. It loads maybe 70kb of the file and says the 'file is incompatible with data stored on the device.'

    Turns out that the new browser depends on that file too...
    Last edited by snipes mcgee; 08-03-2008 at 03:33 PM.
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