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Root MR2 vs MR2.5

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rexdog1888, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. rexdog1888

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    Which is better? I don't like flashing in hboot so id rather just be told than try them both.
     

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    unfortunately,there isnt a black and white answer. i see alot of feedback both ways- claiming one or the other is better. bottom line is that devices all seem to react a lil differently,and peoples perceptions of things arent the same,and neither are their expectations and needs.

    you are smart to be leery of flashing in hboot,but trying them both really is the only way to find out which is better on YOUR phone for how YOU use it.

    havig said that, when i run GB roms that need one of the leak radios,i always use MR2. i feel its more stable then the leak GB OTA radio,and for some reason the mr2.5 radio makes me a lil nervous,since it wasnt attached to a full RUU. like i said,alot of folks claim it to be bigger/better/faster/stronger,but ive never had the urge to try it.

    if i were you id give a week to each radio and evaluate. just make sure you double and triple check md5 sums before flashing those radios and youll be fine :)
     
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    It's personal opinion, I'd suggest flashing both and making the decision yourself
     
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    I'm seeing better service on MR2.5 vs 2. No random reboots on either.
     
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