LeeDroid 2.2f


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  1. processchip

    processchip Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. DesirableHTC

    DesirableHTC Well-Known Member

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    i don't understand......
     
  3. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

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    He is letting those who use the LeeDroid rom know that a new release is coming.
     
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    I Have a HTC desire which is on Froyo 2.2.

    I have recently rooted the device which works great. Installed Titanium backup which works great also.

    I now want to install the Leedroid rom. Will I be able to do this with no issues as I have the latest version of Froyo installed.

    I have heard somewhere that I need to downgrade before I install this rom, is this correct?

    Thanks
     
  5. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    you dont need to down grade, you just need to wipe
    jst read the main thread on da devs regarding leedroid
     
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    adizz131 Well-Known Member

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    I upgraded from LeeDroid 2.2b to LeeDroid 2.2f last night
    works great!
    i am testing the battery at the moment.
    seems like the older radio file was better for the battery life.
     
  7. darthlinux

    darthlinux Well-Known Member

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    I am looking at installing a custom rom which is 2.2, I recently rooted my HTC Desire as I am sick of waiting for Virgin to release 2.2 via OTA, what is the best rom to use and whats is the best way to update my phone to a custom 2.2 rom.
     
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    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    there is no "best" rom as its down to your own preferences

    use recovery to flash the zip
     
  9. processchip

    processchip Member This Topic's Starter

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    I used unrevoked to root, it was very simple but reading on here will help you understand what to do, I flashed with Leedroid 2.2d and it worked fine although I have now updated to 2.2f.

    Once you are up and running make sure you do a nandroid backup and also get Titanium Backup and once you have everything set up how you like it run that.

    The only issues I have had is with overclocking the cpu and making the fone unstable but all I did was run nandroid and it fixed everything.

    One last thing there are really 2 types of rom, sense and non sense its up to you what you go for I chose Leedroid because I think sense is great.

    Good luck
     
  10. DesirableHTC

    DesirableHTC Well-Known Member

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    I know mate, but wouldn't Leedroid users know if there was an update coming......? Sorry if i have missed the point in this thread....? ;)
     
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    processchip Member This Topic's Starter

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    Unless you keep an eye on his mini site or on the xda forums then no I dont think you would know if a new release was coming out.

    Just thought it may be useful, which is more than I can say for your contribution in this instance......:confused:
     
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    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    yep there are alot of "flash and dash's" out there
    the flash and forget about it
     
  13. jay_kay

    jay_kay Well-Known Member

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    Depends if you want sense still or would like a vanilla android ROM?

    I was using sense ROMS until about a week ago but slowly I started incorporating the android dialler and other bits into my sense ROMs as I preferred them. Realised last week I might as well just flash a vanilla ROM and have not looked back since. Also now I don't have any sense stuff installed I have about 40mb of extra space :D

    Personally I would try with something like Teppic's rooted sense rom or LeeDroid, play around with it modding things and if you start to not use the sense stuff then try Vanilla.
     
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    Thats how I got started on AOSP. I started removing rosie from Modaco and was already using Launcher pro. At that stage there is no point having a Sense rom. I resized my system partition to 120MB. Would need close to 250MB for a sense rom.
     

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