Latest JellyBam is now known as BAM-Rom

Latest JellyBam is now known as BAM-Rom

The last version for JellyBam is 10.3.0. There will not be any further JellyBAM version such as 10.4.0 or 10.5.0. Now the JellyBAM is known as BAM-Rom or BAM-Android.

JellyBAM 10.3.0
JellyBAM 10.3.0

I was using JellyBam 10.3.0 (or in fact, 10.x.x version)  on my Samsung Galaxy Note N700. It was very unstable, it crash/reboot from time to time especially when using Waze and Camera. The battery energy consumption also very poor. It

Now the new version is under the name BAM-Rom or BAM-Android. I upgrade/flash it with BAM-Rom_v1.0.0-RC1_JellyBean and it seem to work better and lighter.



Althought now BAM-Rom still in  1.0.0-RC1 (base on Android 4.3 version) but BAM-Rom is  more stable compare to Jelly Bam 10.x.x. I strongly recommend the JellyBAM 10.x.x user to upgrade to BAM-Rom if you encounter stability issue on JellyBam also.

The new RC-2 version is going to release in these few days. Will update to 1.0.0-RC2 as soon as it released. According to, below are some of the new features in BAM-Rom 1.0.0-RC2.
– New Android base: 4.3.1
– Fixed an issue with default Paranoid Preferences for HDPI devices such as i9100
– Fixed screenshoot issue on certain devices
– Fixed many memory leaks on systemUI
– BAMControl: Added Gestures Anywhere from ChameleonOS
– New fixes and addition to active display
– Update proprietary files and device tree for every supported device
– Fixed and improved the translations of every app
– New PA Hybrid engine
– New 4G/LTE toggle
– Fix statusbar clock am/pm
– Fix for wifi connection between p2p and and GO devies
– Fix notifications shortcuts
– New supported devices by codename: captivatemtd, e970, e973, honami, n5110, ovation, p970, steelhead, u8860, venturi, vs920, ypg1


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Blackberry as Dial-up Modem (Internet Tethering)

Blackberry as Dial-up Modem (Internet Tethering)

In order to use Blackberry as the modem for your laptop/desktop to go online, below are he steps:

1. Make sure Blackberry Desktop Manager is running al the time

2. Open “Phone and Modem” in the Control Panel

3. Go to Modem‘s tab

4. You show be able to see one or a list of Standard Modem.  Select the modem one by one and then click on Properties. Click on the Diagnostics tab and Query Modem. You should see something with “Blackberry” in the response windows. This is the Blackberry modem you can use. Else, repeat the same task for oher modem list till you find it.

5. Now click on the Advance tab of the modem and enter below extract initialization command: (You need administrative right in order to perform this steps)

Carrier Initialization Command
Maxis +CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”unet”
Celcom +cgdcont=1,”ip”,”celcom3g”

6. Now create a new network connection under Control Pane -> Network Connecitons

7. Click on Create New Connection from the left pane and follow the wizard

8. Select “Connect to the Internet” then Next

9. Select “Set up my connection manually” then Next

10. Select “Connect using a dial-u modem” then Net

11. Check only the standad modem that you found in step 4 above (if prompted)

12. Simply give the connection a name such as “BlackBerry Dial-up), then Next

13. on the next scren, enter the following information depending to your carrier:

Maxis Celcom
Dial up number *99# *99# or *99***1#
Username maxis <blank>
Password wap <blank>

14. Clear all the checkboxes (“Use…when anyone…” and “Make this the default…”) and the click Finish

Disable IP Header Compression

Make sure TCP/IP Properties (Advanced) “Use IP Header Compression” checkbox is NOT checked. To verify this, do these steps:

1. Start Menu->Network Connections->”BlackBerry Modem”
2. Click Properties Button
3. Click Networking Tab
4. Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”
5. Click Properties Button
6. Click Advanced… Button
7. Disable “Use IP header compression” checkbox
8. Click all OK buttons to close all dialogs
Also make sure you clear all these checkboxes, if you see any of these checked:
Turn off “Enable Hardware Flow Control”
Turn off “Enable Modem Error Control”
Turn off “Enable Modem Compression”

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