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Cyanogen Tazz v6

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Frisco, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra=
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  2. midnight assassin

    midnight assassin Well-Known Member

    This one is my favorite so far. I was using kaos v24 for a bit then tried tazz v5 and now v6. I know kaos is working on his update too which a lot of people are excited about. (myself included) I'm enjoying the 2.2 roms and the speed. I can live with the very minor bugs some may have.
  3. bjf88

    bjf88 Android Enthusiast

    YAY!!! Omg, I've had so much fun with this, especially with the fireworks live wp. Haha
  4. andrizoid

    andrizoid Android Expert

    my man tazz is rockin it pretty hard. its lookin really nice.
  5. VonKannick

    VonKannick Well-Known Member

    Running Tazz V5 right now and very happy so far. Love the bluetooth voice dialing. Maybe I just haven't found it yet, but I see no way to have different ringtones for different people. Same for the notification sounds. I think I will upgrade to V6 just to have the softkey lights.
  6. lukesdiesel

    lukesdiesel Android Enthusiast

    Downloading this right now :D
  7. lukesdiesel

    lukesdiesel Android Enthusiast

    Seems that it looks just like CELB Froyo 1.8
  8. crandroid

    crandroid Member

    You know, I tried this out a few days ago, and while tazz's work is definitely impressive, I found it to be a little too lag-tastic and buggy to use for my everyday ROM. I haven't tried V6 yet, but maybe I'll boot it up on a spare SD card sometime so I don't have to un-partition again.

    But, I don't really feel the need to switch to Froyo. I mean, root has already given us a lot of its biggest features - tethering, JIT, Apps2SD, etc. I don't feel like I'm missing out on a whole lot right now.
  9. lukesdiesel

    lukesdiesel Android Enthusiast

    I have not downloaded Setcpu so its running at stock speed. It does seem to be a tad laggy.
  10. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra=
    Thread Starter

    Just a reminder: several lines down his post at XDA he reminds us that, even though this is an upgrade, wiping is necessary:


    Many ROM developers advise not wiping when advancing in version number; not so with this one.
  11. RubberDucker

    RubberDucker Well-Known Member

    Yah... I did a FULL Wipe with V6. I am getting INCREDIBLE battery life now. Having no issues at all with this ROM. The camera thing doesn't bug me since I use a camera to take pictures and not my phone. If I do have to take a picture with the phone, the stock camera works fine... you just don't get a preview. I'm old school... I grew up without a preview! Stock camera still takes the picture, and you can see it AFTER it snaps.

    Very happy with V6!
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  12. lukesdiesel

    lukesdiesel Android Enthusiast

    My battery life with this ROM is so so.
  13. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra=
    Thread Starter

    That about the pics coming out well without the preview on the screen is good info, RubberDucker. I admit to not trying to actually take a photo once I saw the goofy non-image on the screen. :D
  14. Slugdoc

    Slugdoc Well-Known Member

    Did you really grow up with a camera that had no viewfinder? (And that wasn't digital?) Really?
  15. ErisLove

    ErisLove Member

    installing this now
    i hope i like it!

    ive been running ee4.0 but i cant stand having the same rom for more than a few days now lol
  16. lukesdiesel

    lukesdiesel Android Enthusiast

    Let me know what ya think about it compared to EE4

    Ive been wanting to try EE4.
  17. RubberDucker

    RubberDucker Well-Known Member

    Really. and COLOR wasn't around either! :eek:
  18. ErisLove

    ErisLove Member

    i really like it everything works fine excsept on wallpapers menu theres no LWP option, which shows on screenshots of the page

    i cant find a zip for lwp to flash ne where
  19. bjf88

    bjf88 Android Enthusiast

    Sounds like you might need to wipe and reflash again. Mine showed up right away.

    I'm sad to report that I have moved on to xtr 3.0.3... I loved CyanogenTazz, but it was just sooo laggy for me, much more than stock. I also miss the htc contacts/dialer.

    XTR is nice, very very speedy and light, no lag to speak of. Love having more htc/sense. I do miss 2.2 though, especially the smarter market and ease of apps to sd built right in.
  20. jaboda79

    jaboda79 Member

    Been running with Tazz since V3, solid from the first day. Love it.
  21. mgreen24

    mgreen24 Newbie

    CELB 1.9 just got released, 5MP camera is working in Conap's CM6 ROM.
  22. Batbriel

    Batbriel Android Enthusiast

    Oh God !! :eek:
  23. IzelTokatl

    IzelTokatl Android Enthusiast

    lagg for my was resolved went I went away from ADW, to LauncherPro, sadly because ADW is my preferred launcher of choice...
  24. Ciggy

    Ciggy Well-Known Member

    Saw a speed increase rite away coming from white widow over clocked to the same this rom is. Hope im going to enjoy this rom! :)
  25. Slugdoc

    Slugdoc Well-Known Member

    So far, really liking tazz v6. First Froyo ROM for me.

    POssible issues are batt life. Already down to 68% by 12:30 PM - maybe I need to do a re-calibration for Froyo.

    Coming a sense-friendly ROM (xtr3.03) the android email app has its rough spots (Do I really have to sync with ALL of my exchange folders??), but those apps are nice in other ways.

    Not sure best setCPU profile. I like to have a wide range (280 - 710) so it can save battery when I am just reading email or news articles, but at the same time, I think this is introducing a lag when I try to flip screens in ADW.

    Finally, not loving the android keyboard. Loved the keyboard in xtr3.03. Is there an easier way to insert a comma??
    Is it easy to move the keyboard out of xtr and install it on my tazzv6?

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