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[ROM] GingerBlur

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kpenning, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. kpenning

    kpenning Member
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  2. weasel

    weasel Android Enthusiast

    Looks good !
     
  3. JpRyo532

    JpRyo532 Lurker

    i downloaded the zip, extracted, ran the install.bat twice, opens up a new window saying: rooting device and 2 seconds after that it just closes the window and nothing happens. rooted with adeo btw
     
  4. gzrecoil

    gzrecoil Member

    Nice. Running 7.1 now. Will let you know how it goes. Thanks!

    This is really awesome so far.
     
  5. gzrecoil

    gzrecoil Member

    Not sure if it matters but i unrooted with aroot and then installed.
     
  6. gzrecoil

    gzrecoil Member

    LOVE gingerblur. So much better than stock atrix already. Keep up the good work.

    I'm hesitant to upgrade to a newer version, seems like hell and back to flash and re-install :/

    Then again, I'm a noob. I'll wait until a major rev catches my eye. Each rev just gets better and better.

    Edit: looking back now that I figured out I need 1.2.6 flashing seems really easy.
     
  7. kpenning

    kpenning Member
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  8. jonnyn

    jonnyn Lurker

    Ahh ! it keeps doing this to me too! is there a solution? ive tried unrooting with aroot as well but nothing.:thinking:
     
  9. kkel19

    kkel19 Well-Known Member

    plz correct me...since bootloader is locked...by installing this without root...it would just replace the stock rom? and we would not be able to put it back to stock right? is that how it works? If i bought my phone stock, would I just able to straight up install this?
     
  10. stizzi

    stizzi Lurker

    Wondering the same thing.... Anyone kno?
     
  11. kkel19

    kkel19 Well-Known Member

    Bumpy bumpy
     
  12. ke6guj

    ke6guj Lurker

    yes, you can put it back to stock by flashing one of the SBF files.
     
  13. ultradroid

    ultradroid So many android phones...

    I think kkel19's question was "do you need to be rooted to install this rom", and since I don't have an Atrix yet, I'm not in a position to answer him on it - although my guess would be that you have to be rooted to install a custom rom.

    -Mike
     
  14. gzrecoil

    gzrecoil Member

    Guys, head over to XDA-Developers to view this thread!! This rom is AWESOME and has gone through already 11 revisions or so! It also works with the new update. Read carefully and enjoy!
     
  15. kkel19

    kkel19 Well-Known Member

    i cant get past the boot recovery..it restarts but then nothing happens!!
     
  16. kkel19

    kkel19 Well-Known Member

    nvm it worked..freakin sweet!
     
  17. unity04

    unity04 Well-Known Member

    Has anyone on Bell tried this on their Atrix?
     
  18. riskyrhythm

    riskyrhythm Newbie

    I was wondering the same thing. Got a response saying that GingerBlur uses at&t's firmware, so its not compatible.
     
  19. gzrecoil

    gzrecoil Member

    AT&T only.
     
  20. 3tcrob

    3tcrob Lurker

    Help I have the older version with the factory lock screen and the white notifications bar and want to up date it but everytime I download i dont get a install option when i unzip. The sd card one is a probable for me as 1 my phone doesnt reconize a sd card and 2 when i down load the bootstarp and try to install to phone it says the phone isnt plugged in. Im running a rooted 1.5.7
     
  21. kilasix9

    kilasix9 Android Enthusiast

    Installed this on my phone last night. Was a breeze and it looks and runs great. It's crazy that I can have the Nexus S live wallpaper and not suffer any more battery drain then when I had my phone running stock.
     
  22. Wazzu16

    Wazzu16 Lurker

    If I already hae GingerBlur 1.0 on my Atrix will this overide it and update m version?
     

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The Motorola Atrix 4G release date was February 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, Nvidia Tegra 2 AP20H processor, and 1930mAh battery.

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