07-29-2012 07:21 PM
08-01-2012 09:30 AM - edited 08-01-2012 09:30 AM
Yes it does solve your problems. But its irritationg when you have to wait downloading the updates for an hr three times a day. There should be some concrete solution for this.
08-01-2012 09:37 AM
08-01-2012 01:36 PM
WOW !!! one more time... Just fixed the Dev Alpha sucessfully... Just opened the App Store.... and Boom... The Black Screen is back Again... is there any way to sort this or should we stop developing apps until something rigid comes out?
08-03-2012 06:20 PM
i had a simmilar issue today my device went dead and only the red light was blinking so i pluged it into the desktop manager then it asked if i wanted to update the os to 10.0.6 i clicked yes then it asked if i wanted to repair my device.
after i repaired it that way now the device works normaly again.
the only thing is that you loos all your data.
08-10-2012 06:35 AM - edited 08-10-2012 07:19 AM
Found a better Solution
Hello Guys I found a better soultion to get rid of this update. Reverting Back to Your old OS 10.0.4.197
After updating/repairing your BB10 to 10.0.6.386 sucessfully
0. Ebable Developer mode and wifi file sharing on your PlayBook. Also, make sure that your Dev Alphak is charged to at least 25%.
1. Download Dingleberry. It is still available from http://dingleberry.it/
2. Download the BB1o Developer Alpha OS. You can choose either of these versions:
10.0.4.197,10.0.6.386 from http://www.theiexplorers.com/bb/OSs/PlayBook%20OSs
3. Open the zip file and extract the qcfm.image.com.qnx.coreos.qcfm.os.sdk.desktop.
4. Place the qcfm.image.com.qnx.coreos.qcfm.os.sdk.desktop.
5. Run Dingleberry and select Firmware. Select custom, and click update. Your firmware should update.
NOTE: your sim might stop working after this. (I know, who cares, its of no use anyways). I will not be responsible if your BB10 stops working.
Now you can develop apps hasel free with your old OS.
TO RIM: If you want developers to contine develop Apps for BB10 Please do not stop this method, as RIM has no answer for this, so let others help.