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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Xeneize480, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast
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  2. Justintoxicated

    Justintoxicated Android Enthusiast

    I saw it but I'm not sure I want to mess with the leak 2.3 yet.
  3. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast
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    Me neither bc you need to use the leak not sure if I want to use leak on my phone... :eek:
  4. bladebarrier

    bladebarrier Member

    Now that the full SBF and leak are both in the wild, I'd guess a lot of the ROM makers will be swapping their efforts in that direction.

    I just wiped Titanium clean, and am in the process of backing all my user apps now, to take the plunge.

    Time for Fission 2.3, and RubiX 1.90.
  5. droid_freak

    droid_freak Well-Known Member

    Flashed Fission 2.3 last night, only issue I had was that the video camera locked up on me and I had to reboot. No other issues at this point and it has not happened again. I did some of the addons and they all seem to work fine. Didn't need any of the hotfixes that were posted. I have to say I like the script running of ApeX better than having to download addons. IT has been completely stable at 1.35 GHZ ULV.
  6. bladebarrier

    bladebarrier Member

    It's funny that people run a custom ROM that's OC'd, and at ULV, and have no issues, when Moto just intentionally bumped up the stock voltages to fix re-boots happening while using the stock ROM.

    If that's not a sign that bootloaders shouldn't be locked, or that Moto sucks at designing their software, I don't know what is.
  7. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert

    The ULV setting is actually higher than stock, it's just lower when compared to the other settings.
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  8. bladebarrier

    bladebarrier Member

    Ah, that makes sense. I have the apps to OC, but I really haven't had any need to bother yet.

    Good to know, and thank you for clarifying my misinformation. :eek:
  9. aldo

    aldo Well-Known Member

    Spent the morning getting to the newest bootloader, using the new SBF, and installing Fission 2.3. Everything works amazing. And when I SBF'd and went back to blur I could not believe how shitty, slow and bloated the whole phone seemed. The difference is incredible.
  10. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast
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    =? not sure about leak any suggestions?? My phone is running really good...so now sure what is the difference? or what am I going to get by doing the leak or full leak??
  11. faber78

    faber78 Guest

    few more of you guys go first and let me know how it goes....;)....lol.....
  12. bladebarrier

    bladebarrier Member

    That's the million dollar question.

    Anyways, RubiX and Fission, among others, appear to be headed to the leak version, so I'm going to follow just for that reason.
  13. droid_freak

    droid_freak Well-Known Member

    That is the case if you are using an OC app and its stock settings for OCing however that is not the case with my setting. Still have not had any issues.
  14. masse

    masse Well-Known Member

    I've been considering it. I just moved to ApeX 1.0.2 (1.2 for 2.3.15) and couldn't be happier with the setup. Might just chill for a little while.

    I had been using Fission for the past month or so.
  15. tom108

    tom108 Android Expert

    LOL my phone gets flashed more than a bead thrower at Mardi Gras.

    i just flashed ApeX 1.2 yesterday after the new SBF. gonna give Fab a run for a while before going back to fission. so far it is a great rom.
  16. faber78

    faber78 Guest

  17. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Let me know if you phone gets on fire... :D if not then I might do the update leak...
  18. tom108

    tom108 Android Expert

    yeah its all good. just needs a cold shower. :)
  19. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    lol :D lol
  20. thirteen113

    thirteen113 Well-Known Member

    I moved to the leak last night from Fission 2.2. I went for Tranq 3.5 first, and didn't really like it, then switched to Fission 2.3.

    Phone has been running great so far.
  21. dhoffman1421

    dhoffman1421 Android Enthusiast

    Pondering the move...reluctant cause I've never sbf'd, let alone on a new update.

    "What's the worst that could happen?" - Col. George Armstrong Custer
  22. droid_freak

    droid_freak Well-Known Member

    Gingerbread keyboard from Pete w/ Fab fix for dictionary works :), just install both no need to reboot in between.
  23. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert

    It isn't the case with mine either, I was just letting him know that the ULV setting, in the app, is not lower than the stock DX voltage.
  24. Raptor007

    Raptor007 Newbie

    I upgraded to 2.3.320 and was using Tranquility 3.5, then I decided to give Fission 2.3 a go and followed the directions to the letter, and its a great build. Amazingly fast, none of the Blur Bloat that slows the DX down.

    I looking forward to their progression, I know Tranquility 3.5.1 is based on 2.3.340 but I have my DX all set up so I am going to ride it out a bit and see what Team DeFuse does with 2.3.340 and Fission.
  25. Aggie12

    Aggie12 Android Expert

    From Angdroid (Dev):
    This is exciting news. Their doing a great job. I just made the switch back from apex 1.2 to fission 2.3 with the leak. Phone was running lagging when going back to the screen on apex and its doing the same on 2.3. Anyone else seeing any lag when going back home. I'm using LPP FWIW. I did the leaked update > Tranq3.5 > apex 1.2 > fission 2.3. And followed the appropriate directions for all.

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