1. Are you ready for the Galaxy S20? Here is everything we know so far!

CM 7.0 Nightlies

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tfleming23, Jan 18, 2011.

  1. Shadowtech

    Shadowtech Android Enthusiast

    1. Download the Forums for Android™ app!


  2. djkeller3

    djkeller3 Android Enthusiast

    I'm so glad you posted this.

    This has been driving me crazy. I've tried clicking the Swype key while inside the word like you say, and sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't - for me. It's very frustrating. I'd rather have the copy/paste feature completely disabled... I don't care about that anyway and would rather not have it at all if there's a way to turn that off, someone please post!!
  3. djkeller3

    djkeller3 Android Enthusiast

    CM7 for the Incredible, I would assume, matches yours for the D1 in that Android 2.3.3 debuted with Build 11 and continues with Build 12.

    Just want to confirm this, because I want to flash CM7 on my daughters D1 (used to be my D1...:D), and I want to give her the same experience with 2.3.3 on her D1 as I'm having a blast with on my DInc.

  4. cablerep79

    cablerep79 Newbie

    Still having issues with aggressive task killing with #12 :(
  5. gwwjpd

    gwwjpd Well-Known Member

    Build #13 is out.

    Is DSP Manager working for anyone?
  6. slosh

    slosh Well-Known Member

    of course it is casue i flashed liquid rom since the nightlies stopped. Might have to try this again next week.
  7. Timaphillips

    Timaphillips Android Enthusiast

    Onto #13. My music controls are back. Can't speak for DSP.
  8. myfishbear

    myfishbear Android Enthusiast

    now #14 lol and its .01 mb larger than #13 so its got to be better lol.... im just going to wait it out a bit with my current rom until they perfect GB... but it does seem like they are making some headway... if i could find a changelog to see if all the important stuff works id make the leap but im still hesitant on any GB rom right now
  9. defkorn

    defkorn Android Enthusiast

  10. SinfulDragon

    SinfulDragon Android Enthusiast

    Loading RC2 and if handcent doesn't start working with MMS I'm picking a different ROM
  11. SinfulDragon

    SinfulDragon Android Enthusiast

    RC2 - no help. uninstall/reinstall Handcent, no help.... damn it!
  12. kratos

    kratos Back on my throne!!!
    VIP Member

    Did you lock the messaging service in memory?

  13. SinfulDragon

    SinfulDragon Android Enthusiast

    yeah tried that in the CM Settings. Same deal.
    I can send an MMS, stock app will open the MMS, just handcent not playing very well anymore.
  14. kratos

    kratos Back on my throne!!!
    VIP Member

    Interesting. I haven't used a GB ROM for a while, but know that that setting fixed my sms and mms issues.

    I wonder if Handcent needs an update to be compatible with GB?

  15. mihalich

    mihalich Android Enthusiast

    OMG. I wiped and installed CM7 RC2 for the droid this morning. I absolutely love it. It is so much more responsive than CM 6.1. Everything worked out of the box. Just have to find a kernel for it.

    Btw, what do we have to do, to get the stupid stock calendar to display more than 1 calendar event (the current/next one)? Come on google, get with it. Even if I up the number of columns to 4, it only displays the next calendar event.

    My wife's droid 2's blur calendar displays multiple events.

  16. Sportster

    Sportster Android Enthusiast

    Need someone to test if multitasking is working on rc2 before I jump ship to it. See if Pandora can be playing while wirelessly tethering and navigation is working. This has been why I won't use a gb rom. There is no multitasking. When Im playing music and want to navigate at the same time, the music stops. Forget trying to do three things like I can on Froyo. This needs fixed before I jump.
    cablerep79 likes this.
  17. eXsoR

    eXsoR Member

    i dont think so i used it in full # 1 - 10. at 10 i stopped using it because i was having problems with wireless tether and rebooted to offend after a call.
  18. shrugger

    shrugger Newbie

    Just tested this for you and was able to run Pandora, Navigation, and Wireless Tethering simultaneously. I had some glitches in Pandora when navigation first started up, but then was smooth. Worked with all three running for several minutes before I closed them down. I'll have to wait until tomorrow to run fuller tests, but this does seem like it's back in business!
    Sportster likes this.
  19. EAK128

    EAK128 Well-Known Member

    Was driving today and did exactly what you guys were talking about, Nav+Pandora+random apps here and there, it worked pretty good for good half hour, but eventually Pandora got killed. However I just learned of this app called Auto Memory Manager that allows you to keep apps in memory or change kill priority levels, so gonna give it a try to see if it will help me keep GB from killing stuff I am using or need to have running.
    Sportster likes this.
  20. Sportster

    Sportster Android Enthusiast

    Thanks for testing guys. One of the things I love about the Droid and allows me 'bragging rights' is the ability,say, on a trip to be wirelessly tethering,navigating and listening to Pandora or Poweramp all at the same time. The wife's in the passenger seat on the laptop tethered to the phone while it's navigating and playing music for me. Gotta love it! If it works,that is. Froyo works great. GB has had it's problems doing this.
  21. cablerep79

    cablerep79 Newbie

    RC2 is rock solid for me so far with multitasking :)
  22. publicanimal

    publicanimal Android Enthusiast

    I'm having no problems with RC2 whatsoever. I'm really impressed with my Droid for being able to handle Gingerbread like a boss, and with the CM crew for the work that made it possible.

    I knew the Droid had legs as a device, but to go from running Android version 2.0 that was installed on the Droid's release (the Droid being the FIRST smartphone with 2.0 Eclair) all the way to 2.3.3 Gingerbread all on the same device is pretty damn cool.
  23. mihalich

    mihalich Android Enthusiast

    Chevy's Froyo/Gingerbreak 1.1 Ghz LV Kernel from 3/3 in ROM Manager is working flawlessly for me on RC2.

    I couldn't use any of Chevy's LV kernels on CM 6.1.

    I can't believe how smooth RC2 is running.

  24. cablerep79

    cablerep79 Newbie

    Joe, how long have you been running that kernel if you don't mind me asking?

Motorola Droid Forum

The Motorola Droid release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 256GB RAM, processor, and 1400mAh battery.

November 2009
Release Date

Share This Page