Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by fortesquieu, Aug 3, 2010.
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Further proof (to me at least) that Froyo will officially be coming soon to the Inc. If this has the keyboard hide button as the story implies I may have to try this ROM.
pretty sure there are 2 links for this already here. didnt like it because it requires the wipe instead of allowing you to choose to wipe. plus they removed a ton of stuff. there is a thread here with all the stuff in it and it doesnt require a wipe.
I might be reading it wrong, but I'm pretty sure he says to do a wipe before installing it. You should anytime you install a different ROM.
i didnt have any problem not wiping my phone going from stock to the first 2.2 leak.
the link posted here makes you wipe during the install.
so this ROM is indeed different from the 8/1/2010 leak? Man, I just cleaned up the zip on that ROM for myself.
No. Its the same.
Correct. I just don't force it on you. There is a decent chance that clearing the dalvik-cache in clockwork and installing it would boot ok with wiping. No guarantees though.
Not to shoot you down but it's hard to believe this is truth that froyo is coming soon seeing as I came from the Eris where I ran "leaked 2.1" for 6 months before it was officialy released.
Yea just checked the software numbers from yesterday's leaked rom (3.17.605.0) and this is the same thing.
Got a little scare as I don't want to have to set up new roms every single day.
Me too. This is becoming as bad as all the Winmo 6.5 leaks for the Omnia hehe.
LOL! 6 months, that's a long time. Maybe we are really going to see it in December.
I would be perfectly happy with flashing a new ROM everyday, but I am sick like that.
They have medication for that condition....
Reminds me of my BlackBerry days. F5 all day long and constantly unpacking, sorting, modifying, and repacking OS versions to try and get the best setup for my phone.
Then again, isn't that why we are using the premiere, open-source OS out there?
It is open-source. But, since the carriers want to add stuff to it, making it become not-so-open-source.