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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Drybones5, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. Rickster-FL

    Rickster-FL Lurker

    Hi, thanks for your reply. Maybe a dumb question, But is the froyo 2.2 .ucJI a hacked rom? Would this be a "newer" rom?? Or is there one you recommend? If so please post a link to it. Thank you soooo much.

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  2. sremick

    sremick Android Expert

    Since there is no official 2.2 for the Captivate yet, all the 2.2 ROMs out there are "hacked", to some extent or another. I suppose if you used the old leaked version as-is it wouldn't be "hacked" beyond the hacking necessary to simply install it, but it's so problematic I can't imagine anyone using it just as-is.

    There are lots of different ROMs out, all have plusses and minuses. I don't use any myself, but there's a list here:

    ROM Table - CapFAQ

    It's up to the user to decide which suits them best and which issues they're ok with living with. It's critical to read the threads fully for any ROM you want to install before you install it. Flashing hacked ROMs isn't without risk.
  3. DrSparkey

    DrSparkey Newbie

    Does this OCLF work with the new J16 update? I just got my vibrant and the J16 update came preinstalled...

    -Trey :D
  4. sremick

    sremick Android Expert

    Considering how OCLF does its thing, and how old/outdated the method is, I wouldn't trust it on any update... even if it appears to "work".

    OCLF's techniques are depreciated. As they say all over XDA forums: it's extremely easy to corrupt your filesystem using loopback "lagfixes" and ext2 (a filesystem that is almost 20 years old). Anyone who understands how these things work cannot in good-faith recommend their use.

    Not sure when it became accepted to risk sacrificing the integrity of your phone for the sake of some artificially-inflated fake benchmark scores.
  5. jnicks510

    jnicks510 Lurker

  6. jayxee02

    jayxee02 Lurker

    hey i tried this one and my samsung galaxy s rebooted and when it turned on it open galaxy s the logo it takes alot of time than the usual then after that i turns back and when i click the home button it vibrates than thats all it does always on black screen after the logo i tried to restart it still the same HELP!!!!:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
  7. OklahomaHoss

    OklahomaHoss Newbie

    Okay, I have a couple of noob questions, please.

    First, what does it mean to "run on quadrant"?

    And second, I have to "root" my phone for this to work right? Is there some kind of tutorial video?

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The Samsung Captivate release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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