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  1. androy

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    I just realized you need to be registered with MDW to download it.
     

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    I've seen this mentioned mistakenly a few times in this thread; I wasn't going to say anything, but this isn't P3's fix, he just put somebody else's fix in an installable zip file for CWR.....unfortunately I can't remember the guys name that actually found the fix :p

    EDIT:
    His name is xraytedjim :D
     
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    yes, and yes.
    I mentioned it earlier in this thread,

    http://androidforums.com/droid-x-all-things-root/355229-rom-beta-cyanogenmod7-dx-13.html#post2849545

    But since this thread is growing exponentially, it can be hard to catch info when the CM4DX thread is moving faster than the speed of light :p ;) :D
     
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    I didn't know CMod7 had native Flac playback. I can never go back to stock :eek:
     
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    I didn't know either. Time to go test a few flac files! :eek:
     
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    First of all i want to say that i just installed CM7 today and so far i am loving it, but i got a question about Titanium Backup. Why does not all my apps that i backed up not showing up in the batch, just some of my apps are showing up.

    Thanks
     
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    what's flac
     
  8. androy

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    Lossless audio files... way better than mp3s
     
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    I work in a Tech related field. Have been in a tec
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    it is a specific format of audio. similar to mp3 and such. You need a special player or codec to play a flac format audio.

    http://www.free-codecs.com/download/flac.htm

    great explanation


    ***AND WITH THAT SAID I FINALLY HIT 1000 POSTS :) *****

    i realize its minor compared to a few people on here but i'm DIGGING IT


    i now return you to your normal program.
     
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    I must say, WOW! I've used my phone in a light-medium usage setting, overclocked to 1.1GHz, brightness on max. 8 hours and 50 minutes unplugged, and I still have 80% battery left. On Blur, my battery would have been dead. This ROM is incredible.
     
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    Mine is great today too (running Nightly 7 since yesterday - also froze Droid Overclock app today since I'm not overclocking).

    11 hours of med to light usage and I'm at 60%. I've never had that good of a battery life on any ROM I've used including APEX which is commonly considered to have great battery life.
     
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    I must be the only one with relatively bad battery life ;_;

    4 hours, down to 70%
    42% - Android OS
    40% - Cell standby

    on nightly 8.
     
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    My experience has been more like yours but it's good enough for me. Seems to have improved a bit today but I can't be sure yet.
     
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    Nothing compares to this. Hell, my old Sony w580i phone didn't even do this good haha.

    Currently 9 hours and 45 minutes unplugged, still at 80%. Cell Standby is at 32% for me. Still a lot higher than what it was on Froyo/GingerBlur, but damn.
     
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    I installed this last night and on nightly7 and I am really liking this! I was on rooted .596 and my battery would not last 6 hours of light usage, so far today on this I went 15 hours before it dropped below 20% and I used it a bunch today playing with the new features.

    I am using GoSMS so thats not an issue for me, and other than the video recorder everything else works!
     
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    I'm waiting till all minor bugs are fixed (camcorder and such) to flash. When this happens someone please PM me thanks lol
     
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    Welp! Back on Cyan... the latest nightly because of bouchigo's peer pressure. This better be good (Steven glares at Bouchigo.) :p
     
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    I do "stuff" for "acquaintances"...
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    Been on #6 for two days now. Really amazed to see how fast functionality was improved. Still kind of buggy but runs great for a beta. Reminds me of the Kaosfroyo days with my Eris. Never could get the camera quite right and it would do some random stuff but it made the Eris tolerable.
     
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    I was going to type a lengthy detailed post,
    but I have got the biggest migraine going on right now.

    Need to get my a$$ to sleep.
     
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    What version of Quadrant are yall using on CM74DX? Everytime I try running it it errors.
     
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    You have to install the camera fix before it will work correctly.
     

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