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ROM: Liquid Gingerbread v1.1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by YankeeDudeL, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    It's already been posted in the LGB v1.0 thread, but I believe it merits it's own.

    Liquid Gingerbread v1.1 Release - Droid Forum - Verizon Droid & the Motorola Droid Forum

    Here's the copied change log:

    ********************************** v1.1 Changelog (02/07/2011) *********************************

    camcorder mode now works :) (credit cvpcs)
    new cyanogen email app now included (credit cm)
    compcache now enabled by default (credit liquid)
    rebuilt source code and synced as of 02/07/11 (credit liquid)
    lockscreen backgrounds removed and now are transparent (credit liquid)
    album art and now playing avaiable on lockscreen (credit kmobs & liquid)
    built from a hybrid of Google and CyanogenMod source (credit google & cm)
    goodies (animations & switch in liquid settings) (credit liquid & liquidzgrl)
    headset music controls & custom app starter (credit wes garner & sven dawitz)
    tweaks for smoother transitions and system optimized/zipaligned (credit liquid)

    A very solid GB option, been running for about 24 hours. Will let you know my opinion shortly.

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  2. gwlaw99

    gwlaw99 Android Expert

    So is anything not working? How is the video playback and ability to use 3g after calls?
  3. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    So far, the only bug I've found is an issue when changing wallpaper or a LauncherPro dock or icon image. Upon selecting, a diff image from my gallery shows up. I posted it on DF, but hadn't seen anyone else report it or have anyone respond to it just yet.

    I've made some calls, and so far I have not lost 3G. While on v1.0, it was the same, but after a few days I would have to turn airplane mode on and off. We'll see if that's the case here.

    When I first turned on GPS, it didn't have my location exact, though close. It righted itself, but took a couple mins.
  4. Any word on battery life? 1.0 wasn't very nice to my battery life!
  5. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    On DF, most are reporting better battery life than 1.0, been worse for a few. Right now, I've been off the charger for about 4 hours, made a couple calls, emails, and some browsing and I'm at 90%. Not heavy use compared to what I normally do, but significant enough.
  6. Good enough for me for now. Guess i'll try it out!
  7. Jeffery

    Jeffery Android Enthusiast

    Can anyone tell me how this compares to C-ROM 1.0 Beta 2?

    I can't decide if I should try flashing this or wait for a completely solid GB ROM.

    All opinions appreciated! :)
  8. solo65impala

    solo65impala Well-Known Member

    I've been running v. 1.1 for a few days now, and from what I've noticed, the battery life is about the same as the CM7 nightlies, which is a little worse than, say UD 2.5, but worth it. The only major issue that I have seemed to have is the return of 3G after calls. Sometimes it takes a while after a call and sometimes I have to do the airplane mode trick. Other than that, it runs pretty good.
  9. BoostedFalcon

    BoostedFalcon Newbie

    Accelerometer is all fixed now?
  10. mobgob

    mobgob Member

    Guys long time lurker first time poster. I have been running Sourcery for a good while now. Does anyone know the main benefits of switching to a GB rom. Is it worth it? Is the performance that much better than froyo?

    Thanks in advance and hope to be posting much more in the future!
  11. chefmaddog

    chefmaddog Newbie

    Giving this a shot...

    Had a ton of reboots with CM nightlies especially with 30, 31, and 32
  12. acidrane

    acidrane Member

    ive been running this rom for a couple hours now and it's a VERY smooth rom. i'm having no "real" issues whatsoever!
  13. Accelerometer seems to be working fine in this release.

    One thing i've noticed is when I am connected to wifi, my 3G icon disappears. I can still make phone calls fine, and when I disconnect from wifi the icon reappears.
  14. lbaxter

    lbaxter Well-Known Member

    I like the interface/widgets of LGB, but so far, CM7 seems to be faster and less "jerky" between menus & scrolling...I'm using the stock kernel, high: 800, and LP. Any suggestions?
  15. ocman

    ocman Member

    This is suppose to happen bro. Happens with every rom Ive ever had.
  16. MicroNix

    MicroNix Android Enthusiast

    Thanks for this thread. Been a long time UD fan but this ROM is butter smooth and Gingerbread to boot! Everything just has that fluid motion that the original Droid has always seemed to miss no matter what ROM I loaded. I still have things to test yet before I keep it (BT, etc) but so far I'm blown away! I also think that 1Ghz OC is the sweet spot whereas 800Mhz is good but still allows for lag every now and then.
  17. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Ok, I'll start a thread for this. For future reference, if you come across a newer version of a ROM, feel free to go ahead and start a thread for it. Just ensure that one hasn't been started first. It's really the best way to make everyone aware. Not to mention a good way to get some "thanks". Helps build your street cred. lol

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