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Old September 1st, 2010, 09:04 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Virtuous2.5 kingBFS#2 its running quite nicely so far!
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Virtuous2.5 kingBFS#2 its running quite nicely so far!
I'm running the exact same setup and I feel the same way about it. Everything seems functional, i dont have all that bloatware junk clogging up my memory (well friendstream and the stuff that goes with it is still there but I can just remove that myself). It's very convenient that new virtuous roms can be flashed right over the old ones without wiping, it saves me a lot of time.
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There was nothing wrong with that argument. It helps us determine how software/hardware works.

That argument was very helpful to me.

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I'm running the exact same setup and I feel the same way about it. Everything seems functional, i dont have all that bloatware junk clogging up my memory (well friendstream and the stuff that goes with it is still there but I can just remove that myself). It's very convenient that new virtuous roms can be flashed right over the old ones without wiping, it saves me a lot of time.
flashed over old ones without wiping? Does it have to be the same Rom?
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flashed over old ones without wiping? Does it have to be the same Rom?
Upgrades from virtuous to virtuous do not need a wipe. Downgrades are a different story. You can find all the info right here
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Virtuous 2.6 Rom, Stock Kernal, 2.15 Radio, Incredible Revolution Theme, Handcent mod on rosie, Manup's alt_font.

I love my phone so much more right now. It looks a lot more sleek.
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I'm using Skyraider Vanilla with the stock kernel. Tried just about everything else, but I kept going back to Skyraider. It's the best, IMO.

The girlfriend has MIUI on hers. She loves everything except for the fact that she can't send calls to voicemail.
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R2DoesInc OMGB v4 (2.3 Gingerbread built from source) it has Invisiblek #21 Kernel baked in. You guys should definitely try it!
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I'm using Skyraider Vanilla with the stock kernel. Tried just about everything else, but I kept going back to Skyraider. It's the best, IMO.

The girlfriend has MIUI on hers. She loves everything except for the fact that she can't send calls to voicemail.
I'm unfamiliar with this voicemail issue on MIUI?
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Cyanogen 6.1 - Very smooth, great performance, and super battery life.
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I'm using Cyanogen 6.1 with Invisiblek #21 kernel with excellent battery life.
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I'm using Cyanogen 6.1 with Invisiblek #21 kernel with excellent battery life.
Very excellent batter life!!!
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Virtuous 3.2.0. I wanted a mostly stock ROM without the bloat, and for the most part, this does it. SetCPU has done wonders for battery life.
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I'm using Cyanogen 6.1 with Invisiblek #21 kernel with excellent battery life.
This! I can go through about 16 hours with light usage ( a couple calls, some texting, a little internet browsing, etc) and still have over 50% left. Now CM with the stock kernel is a different story. It would use about 1 percent a minute lol...
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Well, I'm constantly switching back a forward right now, but atm I'm running HIUI, but I'm downloading Lithium NG as we speak.

I'm really just running through as many of them as I can for a while, just to check them out, see what I like. Of course, I haven't gotten too much into customizing any of the ones that I've used, just been taking them stock.
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Old January 1st, 2011, 11:20 AM   #120 (permalink)
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CM 6.1 daily driver, MIUI, Ruby 2.0.0, Lithium Mod & ShadowROM, constantly switching between these 5. Running Invisiblek #21 on all of them.
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MIUI with Koush Test 2. Pretty and outstanding battery life, but the ROM is still buggy. Waiting for Skyraider Athena to be fixed, but I might try OMBG in the meantime.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 04:33 PM   #123 (permalink)
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Hey guys, long time reader first time poster...

I am currently running the Gingerbread Deck 1.3 for Incredible ROM with a 2.6.37.7 Cyanogenmod+ kernel.

It works great for the most part. Battery life is amazing with the included overclocking/underclocking features.

ZERO bloat...

Only gripe I have is the sounds... ringer works 10% of the time and notifications don't work at all.

I have been tinkering with it, but have not really had time to figure it out.
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I just rooted and flashed a rom for the first time tonight. I'm now running Desired Inc HD 3D, v5 from xda-developers ([ROM][StangRoms] Desired Inc HD 3D Vfive [Updated:20Sep2011] - xda-developers. I note that it says not to install any other kernels- what are kernels? (I apologize if this isn't the right place for this question!)

Also, this ROM seems a bit sluggish to me. Has been stable thus far (only a few hours though), but seems to be running a little slow, wifi seems slow, and my signal strength seems weaker than it was stock or downgraded to 2.2. What criteria do people use for selecting a ROM, and where can I find the ROMs that have been mentioned in here?
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Old January 10th, 2012, 08:03 PM   #125 (permalink)
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My main phone Stock+ Rom
[ROM] ◄ Stock Plus ► v3.01 11/22/2011 Based off of New OTA - xda-developers

My backup toy around phone ICS
[ROM][ICS][4.0.3][1-10-12][WIP] ics-deck-inc [alpha4] - xda-developers
this one is in an alpha stage and in my opinion would not try to run this
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Old January 12th, 2012, 10:23 AM   #126 (permalink)
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another vote for stock+ rom and kernel
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I have switched over to CM7. LOVE it for the most part so far, except for the dialing on the phone- I am used to being able to start dialing and having it search my contacts for matches as I dial. Is there a way to change the 'phone' portion of the CM7 Rom?
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Old January 15th, 2012, 06:36 AM   #128 (permalink)
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Old January 15th, 2012, 10:27 PM   #129 (permalink)
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I have switched over to CM7. LOVE it for the most part so far, except for the dialing on the phone- I am used to being able to start dialing and having it search my contacts for matches as I dial. Is there a way to change the 'phone' portion of the CM7 Rom?
I want this as well. I have been using touchpal dialer because i do not like the stock dialer in CM7.
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Now that you have moved on to another phone, which ROM will you leave on your Dinc, assuming you have a use in mind for it.

I'm thinking i'll take all of the personal stuff off of it (email, contacts, calender, etc) and mostly use it for music streaming at home, music for workouts, controlling iTunes with an app I bought, not sure what else. Battery life is more of a priority than anything. Any suggestions for me?
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Here too very stable decided to try a stock ROM for my first flash but may just stay with this......
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Here too very stable decided to try a stock ROM for my first flash but may just stay with this......
I'm looking to flash a stable rom that is close to stock for when I sell my dinc. Would you recommend this rom? If so, where can I find the .zip? The link on xda no longer works.
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Been running this since a few days after JoelZ first released it. I've been so happy with it, I've never used another (as a daily driver). But I will be testing some ICS models soon. Any recommendations for a daily driver on my Droid Incredible (1)? Thanks in advance.
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Been running Albinoman's JB RC2 ROM for about 6 weeks now. I like it very much. It's not perfect, but having Jelly Bean makes it worth while. No Netflix or video camera are the big issues. I'll be moving to JB RC3 tonight.
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Been running Albinoman's JB RC2 ROM for about 6 weeks now. I like it very much. It's not perfect, but having Jelly Bean makes it worth while. No Netflix or video camera are the big issues. I'll be moving to JB RC3 tonight.



Any jelly-bean based ROM fully debugged yet? Got to have the camera.

One other thing .... Cyanogenmod has short blurb in one write up saying their ROM can run stand-alone without google apps. I really want to do this -- anybody else doing it now?
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I just rooted today and am using Cyanogenmod 7 but I can't figure out how to get to the market or google play store.

I'm planning to use my incredible to control my media PC and also to stream video. I need a few apps from the store. Anyone know a good ROM that is very barebones and willl allow me to use google play store?
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I just rooted today and am using Cyanogenmod 7 but I can't figure out how to get to the market or google play store.

I'm planning to use my incredible to control my media PC and also to stream video. I need a few apps from the store. Anyone know a good ROM that is very barebones and willl allow me to use google play store?
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Goo.im Downloads - Browsing gapps. It's installed in recovery just like a rom.
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would someone help me pick a rom
stabilty and functionality are first and foremost cameras and gps must work.
I like the miui roms fro the minimal style not into fancy launchers with crazy live wallpapers and the rest just want smooth and works. hopefully there are enough people left in this forum to get a decent answer.
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I am currently running CyanogenMod 7.2, and I truly love it! Sure, my first go at having it had instability issues, but that probably was an issue due to me flashing using ROM Manager. Remind me not to use that again.
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