Not sure exactly how long it has been since the last leak but here’s a fresh batch straight out of the BerryLeaks oven. This time, it is not a full OS to load, but instead, a list of updated BAR files obtained from the 10.2.1.725 OS for BlackBerry 10.
Also in the mix are the bar files from 10.2.1.641, not everyone quite liked that OS, but the BAR files from it were fine. The BerryLeaks Team have made it quite clear that these set of BAR files are for the STL100-2,3,4, SQN100-X, SQR100-X and STA100-X devices running 10.2.1.575 and 10.2.1.641. Anyone running anything lower will experience crashing issues. Sorry, STL100-1 users, this isn’t for you. The Android Runtime is still UNLOCKED so anyone who doesn’t quite fancy debug tokens (you really should though ;)) you’ll be pleased to know you can still carry on using your converted BARs with this runtime as usual.
Why not release the 10.2.1.725 OS? That’s also covered: There isn’t a working radio and The Team would rather not have people bricking their devices. Simply put, the OS isn’t stable enough.
Read below for the official updated list of apps from .725!
General Notice / Fixes
This goes for every leak you load. The first 24 to 48 hours after loading a leaked OS your BB will be very busy settling in, syncing all your information and re-indexing everything that’s on your phone. Because of that it is not uncommon to experience a huge battery drain at first, a high percentage of CPU being used or a battery that gets hot. I repeat, this is not uncommon! It is no reason to get a new battery or a replacement for your phone, it is no reason to be worried. Wait it out and keep a charger nearby.
725 Bars / Apps
Camera issue is only for OS 10.2.1.641
- Camera app has SERIOUS issues, will not take pictures without flash & picture preview does not show. (Might be device specific as Z30 & Q5 have different cameras then Z10/Q10)
- Contacts has issues with the updates tab, kills other PIM processes such as calendar when accessing that tab.
- Pinch in hub is fixed, but turns off after a reboot.
- Blackberry Protect turns off after a reboot.
As usual, BlackBerry Empire is not responsible to what happens to your device whilst you sideload these BAR files. Enjoy
Source: CB Forums