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  1. SinfulDragon

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    Droid 1 - UD 3.0.1 - The Ultimate Droid - Forums

    From the site

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    UD 3.0.1 Changelog
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    - New boot animation by Dellacorte
    - Fixed all lockscreen landscape views
    - Fixed alarm clock overlaying battery status on lockscreen
    - Minor performance enhancement to remedy to lessen issues
    - Fixed Camcorder Crash (Incredible)
    - Fixed Evo gps issues


    UD 3.0.0 Changelog
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    - Android 2.3.2
    - Completely reworked lockscreen layouts (blackdroid)
    - Two new lockscreens for a total of four (Sven Dawitz/Drakknar)
    - Added new scrollable galaxy s notification widget (customizable from ud settings - cvpcs)
    - Made more changes to UDLauncher3 (dustinmj/blackdroid)
    * Customizable number of shortcuts,
    * Customizable launcher style
    * Customizable launcher background
    - New Overhauled Music App (Josh Stone)
    - Battery percent on status bar - (gsarrica)
    - Custom Long Press Search key (Sven Dawitz))
    - Switched out play, pause, and next graphics on lockscreen with ones from new music player
    - Reworked a few things in UD Settings (blackdroid)
    * moved device info to about section
    * cleaned up the menu
    * slight reorganization
    - added now playing to lockscreen (kmobs)
    - new music widgets (jason asher)
    - Added phone goggles settings and api (David Bidorff)
    - Added option to always display battery status on the lockscreen (burnsra)
    - Add Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Devices) profile (OESF/rmcc)
    - CPU frequency/scaling control - Robert Ramiega
    - Option to always show battery percentage on lockscreen - Robert Burns
    - DSPManager updated for 2.3 - alankila
    - Rotary answer in Phone app - James Peterson
    - Themes engine - T-Mobile
     

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    Just read it on his fb page.
     
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    up and running... so far, so good (zippy-fast)
     
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    Would you recommend an upgrade from 2.5 w/o wipe? I don't want to re-install my apps again.
     
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    Installed over 3.0.0 without wiping and got stuck in a bootloop. Installed after wiping and have had some random reboots that were present in for me in RC2 but not 3.0.0. Looks like this update is not worth the time, back to 3.0.0 final for me.
     
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    From what I understand, ANY previous version would benefit from a full wipe to avoid issues.

    (When I say previous, I mean any version before 3.0)
     
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    Have you tried this rom yet how does it stack up to our nightlies?
     
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    I've decided to just stay with the CM7 nightlies. Sorry I can compare for ya. :eek:
     
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    shit... me too LOL. Off this weekend, maybe I'll install it to give a heads up for everyone.
     
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    The flag on his page warning of boot loop is gone, I might give it a try this morning and report back.
     
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    Installed over 3.0 without wipe. Still snappy at 800 mhz, ad blocking still doesn't work.
     
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    where did you download 3.0.1 from? i registered and i cant download
     
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    The 2/19 nighty is OUT and features (finally!) custom message on lockscreen! One of my favorite features of 2.5! :D

    Looks like it's time to try GB again... :rolleyes:
     
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    Well, I gave it a try and, as much as I would LOVE to be on a Gingerbread ROM, none of the GB ROMs I've tried will identify half my music. The UD nightly left 36 of my 70 albums "unknown", and the Cyanogen nightly was no better. It has to be something in the GB framework that hangs up because neither ^3 Cubed nor the stock music player could ID my music.

    Oh well, back to UD 2.5 :(
     
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    if chief stays away, then i stay away! UD 3.0 was nice, but noticed lag.
     
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    Well, don't follow me off a cliff here :D remember that EVERY Droid is slightly different. It may work on yours... the only way to know is to flash it.

    Just MAKE A BACKUP, wipe x3, flash & set up the new ROM. And if it doesn't work out: wipe x3 and nandroid restore. It'll be like nothing ever happened. :)
     
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    Agree. Don't let one other's experience steer you away. Half of my music is never recognized anyway because it's stuff that I ripped/converted or whatever and never correctly "installed". I think it's all about editing the JPEG that goes along with the album or some crap like that :)

    I wiped after 2.5, moving to 3.0, and 3.01 has been sweet for me.


     
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    Up and running with slayer 1100 kernel, smooth and fast. Everything seems to work except the battery percentage indicator. I am using setcpu since I cannot find a performace setting option?
     
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    for some reason I get alot of screen redraws using adw sticking with 2.5 for now
     
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    I'm not sure if it applies in your case, but try:

    Settings > Ultimate Settings > Special > Performance > CPU Settings
     
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    Aight, been running it all day, def pretty nice. I do have an issue that's bothering me. It keeps resetting my notification and phone ringtone to it's default. I'll change it, it'll be right, then receive a message or call, and we're back to the default again. When it comes to setting contact ringtones, it doesn't let me change them at all. I'll pick a tone, hit ok, but the contact's tone still says default.

    Has anyone else noticed this or willing to give it a try?
     
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    I posted a question recently at UD forums but haven't gotten a response yet... I'm looking for information on how an app (specifically Tasker) can identify that it is running on a UD ROM, so it can alter its behavior. So far I've given the developer some info from the "about" screen on the phone, and the contents of the build.prop file, but he hasn't found anything uniquely identifying the UD ROM that he can query within the app. Any suggestions?
     
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    I've also noticed this, though I've only experienced it with my alarm and ringtone.
     

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