What roms do you run?

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    Just the opposite

    CM7 Nightlies rock solid now--on 176

    MIUI still a "little" flakey

    Love sense, but none are stable enough for daily use, as far as my phone is concerned
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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    I'm running with CM (I think it's nightly 143).

    There's a few key features that I can't do without; a good example being the 2G, 3G and 2G/3G toggle. As far as version goes, I always flash the stable and RCs, and if something new pops up in the nightlies I'll flash that (143 was the first 2.3.5). After that, I flash nice round numbers if I get bored (150 will probably be the next)...

    Tried MIUI quite a few times but could never get into the look and feel, and found myself installing my usual launcher with all the usual settings, just trying to make it feel like home again...
    is the toggling of 2G/3G still available in CM?
    Can you toggle GPS as well?

    I have been thinking about flashing my first ROM lately. There are a few things I am looking to get out of it...

    1)
    Battery indicator that shows the percentage without having to install a third party app

    2)
    Toggling of GPS via an app like Tasker

    3)
    A new feel..

    In terms of functionality, is there much difference between CM and the stock GB image from google?
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    Try it, youll love it. Like GB but it have MUCH more functionalities... ;-)

    CM7 Nightlies have the wifi, gps, bluetooth, etc toggles, batt percentage, true fm radio (no data), system themes, built in screenshot option, trackball wake, very efficient apps 2 sd, just to name a few ;-) and my battery last longer too. Stock roms are truly dead for my n1 lol


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    what is the difference between the nightly's and the stable version?

    Are all those features still available in the stable version?

    I think I am going to go ahead and give this a try.
    I just have a few things to figure out first.
    Pretty sure I am going to use the clockworkmod recovery method.

    I just have to figure out how to back up all my data (primarily my app data). So much stuff in Tasker, minimalistic text, etc, don't really feel like having to redo it all if I can at all avoid it!

    Titanium backup/nandroid backup seems like the best route.
    I just have to find out with Titanium backup will work with link2sd
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    Nightlies is very stable. I run the #176 version, no problems so far... Nightlies has a couple of features that the RC version is lacking. And the latest versions are based on 2.3.5 compared too 2.3.4 for the RC.

    yeah it uses the clockwork recovery.

    go ahead and enjoy

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    is your bootloader unlocked?
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    No. Locked.

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    hmmm okay.
    So I think I know what I need to do. I can do it using rom manager since i'm already rooted.

    Anyone know if flashing the clockwork recovery also takes care of the rewrite of the bootloader? Or has cyanogen taken out those scripts?... That's probably a dumb question lol

    When did you switch to using roms? You were on stock
    2.3.3 not to long ago weren't you?

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    yeah i was on 2.3.4. I wanted more control, customization and deeper options i will never go back to stock roms lol (the fm chip enable by itself will keep me on CM lol)

    just run rom manager install clockwork recovery, then go to download roms and select the one you want. When download is done you'll be prompt to reboot and install. Simple as that.

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    wicked cool...
    successfully ran rom manager/titanium backup and am now running cyanogenmod!

    Pretty cool stuff so far... I enabled s2e and man.. that is AWESOME. I'm saving a ton of space.. I feel like I could install every app from the android market lol
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