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Topic # 67137 29-Aug-2010 03:16
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Check it out guys, Cyanogen has just released their stable version 6.0 ROM based on Froyo 2.2. http://www.cyanogenmod.com/ Let me know how it goes!

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  Reply # 374082 29-Aug-2010 04:06
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There are some very useful links from that page as well. I think its time to root and try some different ROMs. Thanks Pete.



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  Reply # 374091 29-Aug-2010 05:54
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kiwitrc: There are some very useful links from that page as well. I think its time to root and try some different ROMs. Thanks Pete.


Hey no worries :) 

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  Reply # 374132 29-Aug-2010 11:16
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Seems a little nippier than RC3. Can't comment on stability yet. Fingers crossed

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  Reply # 374209 29-Aug-2010 15:50
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I broke my usual rule and didn't wipe / clean flash. This time (after a backup) I flashed over the top of RC3.

The widgets were confoozled a bit and I had to re-configure them, but otherwise everything I've used (maybe 10% of all function) has been fine. 

So far....so good.

 




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  Reply # 374212 29-Aug-2010 16:02
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Yeah I didn't wipe mine this time either and noticed the widgets being poked. Not a big deal. The camera is better and I have much fewer fc's now too. So far it's much nicer.

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