06-06-2011 10:55 AM
06-07-2011 11:51 AM
06-09-2011 02:30 AM
I have experienced the same problem with battery draining so fast after upgrade to v6.0.0534. I'm really disappointed and now thinking to switch to other supplier as I can't stand reputable companies making **bleep** load of money such as RIM to be so careless and distribute bugged upgrade to their user.
I truly hope to see a solution soon. In the mean time does anyome has any guide on how to downgrade to the previous OS release?
06-09-2011 02:46 AM
06-09-2011 07:23 AM
When I was experiencing my Torch problems (before I downgraded the OS), I made sure I had no programs ruinning in the background. Everything I need on my Torch works perfectly since I downgraded last week so I am not going to play with fire by upgrading to the same lousy OS again. I'll keep the status quo and a working phone.
Thanks for your info.
06-09-2011 01:43 PM
06-11-2011 07:23 AM
yup you right I checked and found the "phone" application going crazy having a peak of CPU occupation up to 100% and this is happening continously. I checked with the Torch of my wife and it's not doing that so this is definitively wrong. My torch hang oftenly as well now then 1 or 2 mins later is back to normal.
There is no much I can do with the phone application can I? I certainly cannot shut it down.
And all this started after I upgrade the device to the latest version.
Now is there anyone who can tell me how to downgrade my phone to the previous version or how to wipe it out and re-install from scratch?
06-11-2011 09:46 AM
The downgrade is done through the BlackBerry Desktop Software. I don't have my USB cable here right now to connect to my PC to double check the steps I did, but I believe this information from BlackBerry Desktop Help is how you do it, except choose the Previous Software version you want to Downgrade to.
Update your BlackBerry Device Software
You might want to update your BlackBerry® Device Software for one of the following reasons:
If an updated version of the BlackBerry Device Software is available for you to download, on the home screen of the BlackBerry® Desktop Software, the new version number is listed and the Update button appears.
It might take up to an hour to update your device software. During that time, you cannot disconnect your BlackBerry device from your computer.
06-14-2011 04:35 AM
Thanks for your info: it worked.
I'm back to normal now except for one thing: when I hook up my Torch to the Desktop Manager now it says that the Calendar is not installed (which is obviously not true as I'm using the calendar regularly on my Torch) and so it won't sync the calendar data with Outlook anymore.
I tried to set it up on the Desktop Manager but after setup the Calendar is still deactivated.
On the Device I can't find any setting.
Does anyone knows what the problem could be?