Official OS for the BlackBerry Torch 9810 from O2

By Adam Zeis on 19 Sep 2011 09:26 am EDT

BlackBerry OS

Happy Monday Torch 9810 users! O2 has released an official OS in the form of No reports in just yet on whats new and good, so if you do install be sure to let us know here in the comments or in the forums what you find out. My 9810 has been having some battery life issue's so I'm curious to see if this fixes them up at all. As always, use caution when installing any OS.

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Official OS for the BlackBerry Torch 9810 from O2


HELLO o2!!!!!
Now throw us a friggin bone here and it would help if you RELEASED the device here on o2.
What;s all this about, a update before it is not even out.......Have phone o2 today several times and waiting for it to apprear on their system...still no luck.
Come on o2 get them out

I love the fact O2 are releasing software for a phone thats not available in the UK yet!! I need this fone yesterday!!

Hope this build will improve Battery drain over the standby Bluetooth. cause looks like i have a problem with that, it drains my battery like crazy!!

Anybody else notice this file is about 100mb smaller then the leaked? I really like the Torch already, any improvements will be great.

Works very nicely.
The memory leak has improved a bit (not a lot)
Google maps opens quickly (doesn't take 20sec+ to open now)
Web browser downloads are a bit messed up (it downloads twice the file size before it understands that it's only half the size) but files are OK and not corrupted.
Phone is very snappy when opened from lock mode (before, it would take a few seconds to work right and respond to my touch-Bold 9000 first few month nightmares....)
Pictures, now you can zoom in and set as wallpaper without being messed up (it's a long story but like my old Bold 9700, what you zoom in on is what gets set as the wall paper)

Battery, not a whole lot of difference to be honest...bad (the only way for the battery to last is if you don't use your GPS and keep your phone locked all the time)