Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by andygu3, Aug 15, 2010.
Darch just released [ROM] CyanogenMod-6 for Hero CDMA - V6.0.0-RC1 (08/15/2010) - xda-developers
Froyo is here! 2.2 on our Sprint Hero!!!!
mmm i don't like it when names of things change.
is the google addon file the same as "google shits" that was posted before?
this shit is amazing
Can someone confirm that quirks like the led light sticking and whatever else are fixed?
Only problem I still see is the force close in the market, no big deal, nothing happens
I had those problems in 810-813, they were fixed in 814
is the google addon file the same as "google shits" that was posted before?[/QUOTE]
May have added the google search and voice actions in this one, before I had to uninstall through TB and reboot phone, then I was able to add those 2. They are pretty cool
I haven't been running the nightlies at all, just keeping my ears open for a final-ish release. I was running the first rc1 when it was released and the market issues and led problem pushed me away as I want things to work as they should. Do you know if protected apps are showing in the market, ks uninstaller for instance?
i like! one issue i noticed so far, trackball blinks when screen is on.
also, side question, should i be using setcpu with this update? and if i should, what should the settings be? tia
Ks uninstaller is in there, c2p.... so far I've had no trouble finding anything
awesome, great news!
You can adjust trackball settings in the cyanogenmod settings, user interface, LED notifications
You can't use setcpu until you flash overclock zip
Is there a specific overclock zip for this rom?
they are already overclocked to 691mhz and scale on-demand so there is no reason to use setcpu.
What I read was darch did not want to go over 691 on initial flash, problems with boot up. Can go up to 768 with this, I have not tried to go that high though
After setting up phone with 27 apps, couple of widgets, I had some lag. Enabled jit, changed vm heap to 24 and oc'ed to 768, the phone ran awesome.
Hey, what does enabling jit do? and What is vm heap? Also how was your battery life after overclocking to 768 with this rom?
Vm Heap: Test: How changing the max amount of memory per VM Heap can effect your ROM (Cyanogen) Ryan Olson
As for the overclocking to 768 I wont be able to tell you. I have only overclocked to 710 (not that it should be very different). But, my battery life improved a little when i setup overclocking and underclocking.
+1 Thaxis for jit and vm heap
So far, can't tell about battery life setting it this high, but took off charger at 7am, it's 12pm, and I'm at 87%. Normal usage, calls, texts, data
Hey thanx guys that link was very helpful and informative. Last time I overclocked my phone to 768 while running fresh 2.3.3 I charged my phone to 100%, went to see a movie, walked back to my car and my phones battery was in the yellow at like 18%.
Did you underclock as well or just run at 768 all the time?
@Thaxis...No I just ran it at 768 -w no underclocking, thats probably what killed it.
Ok, I'm an idiot.
How do I get Visual Voice Mail on the phone after flashing this ROM?