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Root Ti-X Transformer 2.2.2 v.s Vanilla

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xkillswitchx23, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. xkillswitchx23

    xkillswitchx23 Well-Known Member
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    McDonalds :D
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    whats the difference between these? witch do u prefer
     

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    Ti-X Transformer has a lot of negative feedback. You have Vanilla, I suggest sticking with it.
     
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    Exactly. Also Ubuntdroid is almost finished with bug fixes. I'll be applying my 2.2 ROM when Ubuntdroid is released officially... Not some beta, cause betas have issues.
     
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    whats a ubuntdroid lol
     
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    Haha, that's where you and I differ. You're great at figuring stuff out. I love beta testing. I suck at figuring out how to fix things, but I can try new things out all day.
     
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    Well I mean, don't get me wrong, I love trying stuff, like using Joseph Mother's beta crUDkernel and what not, but I do use my phone a lot too, so I like to do quick patch jobs :) I love to fix up my phone during the weekends though, whats when I did my Froyo update, first ROM update, applied EXT4 and that's just been the easiest time for me. I hate being interrupted by someone when I'm in the middle of modding my phone. So the weekend is best :)
     

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