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Liquid GingerBread or simply stunning

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bigmahlman, May 26, 2011.

  1. bigmahlman

    bigmahlman Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Currently using simply stunning, thinking about liquid gingerbread, cant decide if i should take the plunge. What yall think?
     


  2. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    SS never liked my D1 so I have been running liquid for a while now and havent looked back!

    If you wanna give it a shot, do a nandroid backup and then flash liquid after you wipe everything. If you dont like it, just do a nandroid restore.
     
  3. breadnatty08

    breadnatty08 pain rustique

    Like monster said, it's pretty easy to switch ROMs. Just backup and wipe everything first. For me, I'd been a huge UD fan for a while but he's slowed down on updating his ROMs and they hadn't been running all that well on my phone since 3.1. Liquids newest (well, I'm running 1.8 now) has been a huge improvement, and the OC'd kernel that comes with it is great. Give it a shot!
     
  4. markdmac

    markdmac Well-Known Member

    I just flashed my original droid with with Liquid and seem to be stuck with a continuous boot animation. How long did it take to complete the setup for you guys?

    I first see pouring water, then the word liquid, and occasionally a watery X pops up.

    I can restore my previous image but would like to give this one a try. Just not sure if I should pull the battery or not. My other Androids didn't take this long after flashing. Going on 20 minutes now.
     
  5. Jeffery

    Jeffery Android Enthusiast

    @Mark: that seems a little long to me

    @OP: I've used both and they are quite similar, in my opinion. In my experience, SS seems to work a little better with my phone (but every D1 behaves differently).
     
  6. markdmac

    markdmac Well-Known Member

    Well, it never stopped, so I downloaded another ROM image and went with Ultimate Droid 3.3.1. Works great and let me get rid of the slide to unlock that would come up before my company enforced password PIN.
     
  7. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    My first time booting up after flashing LGB 1.92 took a while but now it runs fine
     
  8. markdmac

    markdmac Well-Known Member

    I am just glad to be rid of the slide lock, plus UD also eliminated the need to press OK after my PIN. Much better now, I am less tempted now to smash the phone with a hammer.
     

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