Last Updated: Aug 29,2010
Looking very forward to CyanogenMod 6.0 ROM
YouTube - CyanogenMod 6.0 Video
Looks very nice, also quick & smooth with loads of available settings
Is that music widget custom for cyanogen?
Looks really nice.
I'll have to get me some of that.
Does anyone have any idea of how close we are to seeing CyanogenMod 6.0 for the Desire? I'm guessing they're all hard at work as we speak....
looks cool, im liking the non sense roms more and more, would a rom with sense slow the device in terms of speed and performance?
That's a matter of opinion, but I prefer the cleaner lines and snappiness of non-Sense (nonsense!) ROMs.
I do miss the FM radio though...
That's one thing that i have never used since i have had a desire... i might give a "nonsense" rom a try, i did try the open desire teams froyo rom, but i didn't think much to it....
it's not actually, check out benchmark scores such as the quadrant standard. Vanilla normally destroys sense.
Never tried a vanilla rom but i agree with you there, after all its something less for the os to be bogged down with.
Not sure if this will work but i noticed that titanium back up also backed up the radio on my rom, & reinstalled it on my new rom.
Would perhaps it not do that from a rom that has a radio to one that doesn't?
Be handy if it does for all those people who like the radio so much.
it wouldn't work when moving to a vanilla rom, those use a different kernel and thats eh problem. I think various devs are working on getting radio to vanilla froyo desire roms though.
Pity as it would have been handy.
I also see you got a keyboard like mine, misses out letters & the keys move round when your not looking. lol
lol, my laptop actually does that tho! i'll be halfway through a sentence and it will start typing in the middle of the first word for some reason :/
the over sensitive laptop trackpad... aaah, how I love them!
I also get that on the desire too, still keeps us all awake trying to catch it before being sent or deciphering what has been posted. lol
I've taken the leap and installed the latest CM6 nightly build. Seems stable, battery life is good, and it comes with a DSP manager (graphic equalizer).
Overall, I'm very impressed, considering this is an experimental build and may get broken at any time!!
is anybody else using the nightly build adnd care to share their experiences with it as i am contemplating switching but not sure how stable it actually is?
and what does the nightly score on quadrant?
I installed the RC2 version this morning. So far I've had no problems.
Is it possible to go from a ROM with A2SD+ to Cyanogen with no issue?
I wonder why A2SD+ isn't included, it would seem a given.
I like they are using ADW, as I already use it instead of sense.
i installed too yesterday and its is a very good rom and i installed the google apps package along with it and i was left with 100mb, is this right? just i cant help but think i should have more :S
I know there's A2SD, but I prefer A2SD+ (the oldschool way).
I did try installing RC2 yesterday, but went back to Neophyte again.
I think if I were to go to a senseless rom, I'd have to research exactly how to get the things I like from Sense (or something similar) on the Cyanogen.
I'll probably wait until a totally finished release and then look at it.
Just noticed a tweet from the Devs to say that stable builds are up for download.. by stable I assume they mean final?!?!
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