Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Fabolous, Mar 21, 2010.
Its an experimental build. From the first post.
It was released because people have been begging them to release it (even in unfinished form).
**EDIT** It will also help them find and fix bugs quicker...
Well, I wouldn't just say only begging, I'd say fighting too.. people were getting in fights they wanted a release so badly lmao..
i hope they have a non overclocked version. i dont want to run the phone higher than what it is currently.
Why not just run it at 550? 950 is the default, but with SetCPU, you can clock it back down to stock.
yea, i want to run it at the stock 550, but isnt setcpu a paid app?
The Rom needs at least 950 to run. The Rom is for the desire processor.
i would be all over this rom in a heartbeat when its cleaned up. i love htc sense and esp the widgets. i came from the eris and thats the only part i miss. I would also love to try that new friendstream seems pretty cool.
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Yes, the paid version allows the developer to continue work on it. It is a pretty good program, even if you don't want to OC, it lets you make profiles for standby, which should greatly improve your battery life.
It is available to XDA members for free, though if you enjoy it, I highly recommend purchasing it.
That doesn't make Sense (lol). The Desire processor is 1GHz btw. The ROM runs regardless of CPU frequency, though since it is still a work in progress, the additional horsepower couldn't hurt.
There are now a few performance tweaks in the original thread on alldroid. They're mostly memory tweaks, as the major issue is that Rosie restarts all the time. These should be addressed in the X2 release.
Sense or not...that's the fact. I know it's 1ghz...5mhz more. Close enough as to be a non issue. 995 is the speed in the currently released kernel.
950 is the speed in the current kernel. It's clocked high because they haven't finished optimizing the ROM yet. I can guarantee you the final version will run just fine at default speeds.
Your logic that since the Desire runs at 1GHz, we have to match it to run this ROM on Droids is flawed and wrong. How is it that we ran the original Nexus port on our Droids, even before the advent of overclocking?
Unless you have some proof, I suggest you stop spreading this around. Thanks.
I suggest you kindly work on your forum etiquette.
I don't disagree with your premise that further optimization is likely.
I have read every post in the forums at alldroid since day one on this rom. I am only repeating the reason given by the developers.
It is your choice to believe or not believe, go read or not read...but to accuse me in a rude manner of "spreading this around" with the innuendo being I am spreading falsehoods is not polite.
Sorry if I came off as rude. Not my intent.
I did read all of Greek35T, thegeektern, and birdman's comments in that thread as well. They are the only developers, and none of their posts implied that this ROM had to be overclocked.
However, I did not read all 37 pages, so I may have missed something. Still, if the developer didn't say it, and it was a user statement, I'm not quite sure. You may have to take it with a grain of salt.
I did read all 37 pages as they came up...I am a nerd
I have a good memory for these types of things and recall it being one of the three developer's comment...but like anyone, I could have been confused when reading quickly.
Can't wait for the X2 release
I came from the Eris as well and had no idea what I was giving up. Back then, I didn't know what Sense was. Now I got a taste of this ROM and want more. I think my next Android phone will be one with Sense or equivalent.
i wanna say that in wave they said it was better if it was overclocked for now? maybe i am wrong. its a great rom, couldn't make it full time, i checked it out again today, just not an every day thing for me right now
This rom is getting some love from Engadget....
Sense UI ROM available for Droid; is nothing sacred? -- Engadget
a member of all droid pointed it out to engadget... i saw in the thread
Ok im new to all this. What does this sense ui do exactly? Those screen shots are they what it will look like on the moto droid?
Sense UI is the user interface developed by HTC and is normally present on their phones. It's just a flashier more graphically pleasing user interface. Think of your Droid mimicking an Eris, but with a more recent version of the UI.
i tried this out last night and it's very nice. i'll come back to it when it is ready.
I can put it in motorola milestone?
haha. simple answers
Has This Rom Been Finalised Now..? Or have Any Of The Issues Been Sorted Out..?