Android Enthusiast, from NH
Interested... Will 450 take it ?
Thanks, once i rooted that first time it was actually really easy afterward. Just a few clicks and you are there. The first few different ROM's i flashed i just used the ROM manager app and it worked fine for me. The last couple of times i did go into recovery just to try it out.
In the end I just went back to stock 4.0.2, 4.0.4 was nice, but there are more bugs IMO that i was getting than with 4.0.2. I also tried a few of the other user ROM's that saved on battery life and there wasn't much difference either, so back to stock.
After all that i put it up for sale a week or so ago and went back to the iphone 4s. Just to many t things i am losing by not sticking with the iphone, plus i have a 1k stereo system in my truck that runs off the ipod feature so that's a big reason for going back :D
Shock, thanks for the help you gave Zero. I about at same point. Reading and studying for weeks. Finally used Wugfresh tool kit and rooted wife & my Nexus and older HTC Eris. Stumbled thru it. I think some of confusion came about due to what you pointed out. Two ways to flash a ROM. One, go thru CWM. Two, Use Recovery function on Nexus phone. Do I have this right? If so I prefer Recovery. CWM little confusing. Ray