Videotron OTA update to 2.3.3

This is a discussion on Videotron OTA update to 2.3.3 within the Vidéotron forums, part of the Android Phone Carriers category; Originally Posted by iPeck I flashed the 2.3.3 GingerBread stock rom (GRI40) on Videotron's N1. Works great *Posted from my sweet Nexus One on GB ...

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    Junior Member tankrede's Avatar
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    available choices for nexus1 to move away from froyo

    Quote Originally Posted by iPeck View Post
    I flashed the 2.3.3 GingerBread stock rom (GRI40) on Videotron's N1. Works great

    *Posted from my sweet Nexus One on GB via hit'n'yak
    Since videotron did not updated nexus1 during april, and since the nexus S is here, I don't think they will ever move us from froyo to gingerbread,
    and frankly I'm sick and tired of the wifi disconnect issues, so

    so if a stock rom works great on videotron,
    do you think that the latest cyanogen mod 7 would work on videotron?

    Thanks for answering

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    yes, yes and yes.

    I've been using CyanogenMod since last September and I'm never ever ever going back to stock rom

    Use my tutorial (check the sticky thread here in the videotron forum) to get to cyanogenMod; just replace the ROM file i tell u to download with the CyanogenMod rom file.

    good luck!

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    why should I go to cyanogen vs gb ??

    battery life, apps?

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    I'm not trying to sell anything, so just go and try it and see for yourself.

    Some of the advantages include: extreme customization (from the lockscreen, to the notification bar (widgets) to calls settings, etc.), more system languages, advanced system settings, etc. Their kernel is also a lot faster and has a bit of overclocking. The battery life is generally the same if not better than on stock.

    That's just SOME.

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