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A few questions about root

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by woodsytattooman, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. woodsytattooman

    woodsytattooman Android Enthusiast
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    I have unrevoked 3 and all the drivers installed on my pc,buy before I try root.
    Can I revert back to the original Rom?
    What Rom is the best to use and where can I get it?
    Is the custom Rom stable?
    Can I easily run live wallpaper after root?
    Is the phone user friendly after root or will the average person be lost?
    Will I still have HTC features such as weather widget etc?
    After root can I reinstall HTC sync to update my contacts or is there another method?

  2. woodsytattooman

    woodsytattooman Android Enthusiast
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    Here's the answer I received over at xda forums.These seem like common questions so I hope this helps out a few more members.

    1 - Method for 100% factory restore, unrooted. - xda-developers

    2 & 3 - ROM: cyanogenmod: CM6-Liberty (FroYo) - xda-developers

    4 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8&postcount=14

    5 - its friendly to average users and advanced users.

    6 - if you want to root and still have sense, install this rom: ROM: Liberated_Aria (beta) - xda-developers

    7 - make sure your contacts are backed up just incase anything happens
    jbl1 likes this.


    I would argue on 2 & 3.

    While yes, Froyo 2.2 will be the best thing ever since sliced bread, it does not, have the stability as seen with the Liberated ROM set created by attn1 (because he only removed the AT&T bloatware). I don't believe anyone can argue that. Am I saying CM6 is the wrong choice? No, I'm not; just be aware that our current 2.2 ROMs are not as stable as ATT1's 2.1 ROM's. :)

    P.S. I really just wrote this to test out my new avatar; sorry to nit-pick! :p

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The HTC Aria release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 384GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1200mAh battery.

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