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Old June 8th, 2010, 10:23 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I think I will wait this one out, somehow STABLE stands out to me.
I'm about to revert back to BB v1.1

No exchange email is a dealbreaker for me. Pete's BB with 2.2 is going to come out very soon so might as well stick with known quality.

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Old June 8th, 2010, 11:22 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Just loaded the RM version WITHOUT wiping data/cache. Boot was a little longer. Lost my Drop theme. WiFi is working. Linpack is pretty unimpressive with topping out at 11 (along with benchmarks, really can't get below 200 with 800Mhz). Chrome to Phone FC's every time I try to register
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Clean install of Froyo from ROM Manager here. Everything's working great, even Mototorch!

I'll keep playing with it. Having network issues, but that's because I work in the basement. I'll try the baseband update too.
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Just loaded the RM version WITHOUT wiping data/cache. Boot was a little longer. Lost my Drop theme. WiFi is working. Linpack is pretty unimpressive with topping out at 11 (along with benchmarks, really can't get below 200 with 800Mhz). Chrome to Phone FC's every time I try to register
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Wait - you're saying 11 MFLOPS ona default 600 MHz kernel is unimpressive? Uh...wow. Just...wow.

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Clean install of Froyo from ROM Manager here. Everything's working great, even Mototorch!

I'll keep playing with it. Having network issues, but that's because I work in the basement. I'll try the baseband update too.
I highly recommend the 043. baseband - I am in my office on the fringe of connectivity and I have great response both 3G and on calls.
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I just installed it. It's too early to tell, but I want to think it's better.

I did Pete's auto-upgrade through ROM Manager. Market seems snapier.
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All,

FYI, there were posts in the other frf57 threads that exchange email was not working.

I just set up my exchange account on the stock ROM Manager FRF57, and it works perfectly. Those that were holding off on this cuz of exchange issues should try this one out. my exchange account is using SSL, and it works.

Also, I'm using the 1.1Ghz OC kernel from the original froyo leak thread. I hit 17.185MFlops at 1.1Ghz.

The stock kernel was unusable for me, even after letting the device settle down for an hour. The browser scrolling was horribly slow.

I also upgraded to the two radio updates in the stock images area of ROM Manager...my phone reactivated (both times) without any issues.

I wiped everything before installing the ROM. Installed the radio updates. Then installed the OC kernel, in that order...not that it probably matters. Also, Wifi is working for me with the OC kernel.

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FYI, there were posts in the other frf57 threads that exchange email was not working.

I just set up my exchange account on the stock ROM Manager FRF57, and it works perfectly. Those that were holding off on this cuz of exchange issues should try this one out. my exchange account is using SSL, and it works.

Also, I'm using the 1.1Ghz OC kernel from the original froyo leak thread. I hit 17.185MFlops at 1.1Ghz.

The stock kernel was unusable for me, even after letting the device settle down for an hour. The browser scrolling was horribly slow.

I also upgraded to the two radio updates in the stock images area of ROM Manager...my phone reactivated (both times) without any issues.

I wiped everything before installing the ROM. Installed the radio updates. Then installed the OC kernel, in that order...not that it probably matters. Also, Wifi is working for me with the OC kernel

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Could you post the link for that kernel?
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Wait - you're saying 11 MFLOPS ona default 600 MHz kernel is unimpressive? Uh...wow. Just...wow.



I highly recommend the 043. baseband - I am in my office on the fringe of connectivity and I have great response both 3G and on calls.

Well, I was geting 18 MFLOPS consistently on the firs leak with 1.2Ghz. Now I'm stuck on the newer version with no Market support, so you know how it goes.
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The links to the OC kernels are in this thread...first post.

http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-droid/91997-rom-android-2-2-froyo-brought-you-mdw-oc-flash-10-1-a.html

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All,

FYI, there were posts in the other frf57 threads that exchange email was not working.

I just set up my exchange account on the stock ROM Manager FRF57, and it works perfectly. Those that were holding off on this cuz of exchange issues should try this one out. my exchange account is using SSL, and it works.

Also, I'm using the 1.1Ghz OC kernel from the original froyo leak thread. I hit 17.185MFlops at 1.1Ghz.

The stock kernel was unusable for me, even after letting the device settle down for an hour. The browser scrolling was horribly slow.

I also upgraded to the two radio updates in the stock images area of ROM Manager...my phone reactivated (both times) without any issues.

I wiped everything before installing the ROM. Installed the radio updates. Then installed the OC kernel, in that order...not that it probably matters. Also, Wifi is working for me with the OC kernel.

Joe
Agree - Exchange works great in 2.2...no longer need separate Corp Cal, integrated into the google calendar, and you can accept/reject meetings in email.
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With the new 1.2LV kernel, I am getting 18.105 MFLOPS....
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Agree - Exchange works great in 2.2...no longer need separate Corp Cal, integrated into the google calendar, and you can accept/reject meetings in email.
Wait, what? Really, the exchange calendar goes into the normal calendar now lol?

I didn't even notice that, cuz I haven't opened corp cal or cal yet.

It's a dream come true. I was just showing my friend who's on the Eris yesterday how to setup exchange email, and on the Eris on 2.1, exchange cal goes to google cal. I was like, yeah, that's what you really want.

Have to go check it out now.

I'm not spending any time making this my new setup...there will be way better versions coming out soon. I already nandroided back to my CM 5.0.71. But I backed up the 2.2 ROM before I did so I can go back whenever i want. Nandroid = Genius.

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Any idea if Koush has aps2sd working in this ROM? Also, is compcache available?

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Wait, what? Really, the exchange calendar goes into the normal calendar now lol?

I didn't even notice that, cuz I haven't opened corp cal or cal yet.

It's a dream come true. I was just showing my friend who's on the Eris yesterday how to setup exchange email, and on the Eris on 2.1, exchange cal goes to google cal. I was like, yeah, that's what you really want.

Have to go check it out now.

I'm not spending any time making this my new setup...there will be way better versions coming out soon. I already nandroided back to my CM 5.0.71. But I backed up the 2.2 ROM before I did so I can go back whenever i want. Nandroid = Genius.

Joe
Yup - the new Exchange support is really great...how it should have been from the start. There is also GAL lookup - start typing an email address in the "to" field and you'll get lookup in the GAL. Suhweet!
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