Root FRG01B Deodexed from Peter Alfonso

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Pfilly, Jul 27, 2010.

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  1. Pfilly

    Pfilly Well-Known Member
    53

    Jan 21, 2010
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    Sales Director:OnTime1405.com
    Wisconsin by way of Philadelphia
    Pete's blog:
    http://www.peteralfonso.com/

    Download:
    http://androidoverdrive.com/pete/OEM/FRG01BDEODEXED.zip

    (Sorry if I beat you to the punch Pete.)

    ***** ROM Reviews *****

    Review by wadsface
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    FRG01B Deodexed from Peter Alfonso
    A stock Android build, deodexed for theming.
    Appearance:
    Completely stock. If you were to get the official 2.2 update today, this is what your phone would look like, minus the Ninja in your app drawer. Everything is just the way Google left it. It is deodexed to allow for themes. I have not been able to find any themes specifically for FRG01B, but this is also the latest release (at the time of this review) so there may not be any quite yet.
    Speed:
    Froyo fast. I have only used the stock kernel, which is 250-800mhz. Set to 800mhz, I do not have any lag in home screen scrolling, app drawer usage or app opening/closing. I did have quite a bit of home screen redrawing after being in an application for some time. This has happened to me on a number of ROMs though so it may be phone specific. Got an average of 12 on Linpack, Quadrant was 1036.
    Special Features:
    None at all! Other then deodexing, which the user would not notice, it is completely stock Android.
    Breakdown:
    I would recommend this ROM to anyone new to rooting, or someone who likes the stock Android look. It is VERY stable, I had no FC
     

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  2. vr6dubbin

    vr6dubbin Well-Known Member
    36

    Dec 10, 2009
    174
    3
    36
    Only one way to find out! Didn't even know there was a deodexed version. Now I can flash.
     
  3. wadsface

    wadsface Well-Known Member
    18

    May 21, 2010
    61
    19
    18
    Seattle
    Vitals:
    FRG01B Deodexed from Peter Alfonso
    A stock Android build, deodexed for theming.
    Appearance:
    Completely stock. If you were to get the official 2.2 update today, this is what your phone would look like, minus the Ninja in your app drawer. Everything is just the way Google left it. It is deodexed to allow for themes. I have not been able to find any themes specifically for FRG01B, but this is also the latest release (at the time of this review) so there may not be any quite yet.
    Speed:
    Froyo fast. I have only used the stock kernel, which is 250-800mhz. Set to 800mhz, I do not have any lag in home screen scrolling, app drawer usage or app opening/closing. I did have quite a bit of home screen redrawing after being in an application for some time. This has happened to me on a number of ROMs though so it may be phone specific. Got an average of 12 on Linpack, Quadrant was 1036.
    Special Features:
    None at all! Other then deodexing, which the user would not notice, it is completely stock Android.
    Breakdown:
    I would recommend this ROM to anyone new to rooting, or someone who likes the stock Android look. It is VERY stable, I had no FC’s and everything worked as intended. If you are looking to have a more customizable experience I would shy away from this as there are no special options.
    3/5
     
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  4. BlueIce5249

    BlueIce5249 Well-Known Member
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    Mar 31, 2010
    768
    48
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    Cleveland, Ohio
    Any difference between this and the FRF84 or 91?
     
  5. Papadroid

    Papadroid VIP Member
    VIP Member
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    Jan 21, 2010
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    Tampa, FL
    Yes, this is the latest Motorola Droid leak. FRF84 is the previous Motorola Droid Leak to where as the FRF91 is the Nexus One build.
     

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