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  Reply # 480730 13-Jun-2011 20:33
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Have you got a link to the leandroid ROM?

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  Reply # 480734 13-Jun-2011 20:45
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jbard: Have you got a link to the leandroid ROM?


Ya should bookmark this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/index.php?title=Huawei_U8150_IDEOS


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 480739 13-Jun-2011 21:09
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lostangel:
jbard: Have you got a link to the leandroid ROM?


Ya should bookmark this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/index.php?title=Huawei_U8150_IDEOS



Cheers :)



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  Reply # 480816 13-Jun-2011 23:54
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Thats the one.
Its under the actively developed Rom section.
Now if I can just restore original boot splash from the dronix one, I will be happy. Just going to have to flash phone back to stock and then reflash recovery and nandroid for this rom.
..Easy..! 




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  Reply # 480823 14-Jun-2011 00:46
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Just installed Fusion ideos - quick and painless and loving it. I am already seeing a nice speed increase over the stock ROM

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  Reply # 482072 16-Jun-2011 23:23
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Using FusionIDEOS 2 right now.

Loving the overclock and multitouch.

Multitouch works really well on maps/browser/images - i thought it would lag but it is really smooth. I suppose the over clock helps with that.



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  Reply # 482188 17-Jun-2011 12:32
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It is smooth even with stock speed. It is one of my favourite added features. Makes life really easy for viewing pictures etc. try quickpic from the market. Its a great gallery app.




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  Reply # 482189 17-Jun-2011 12:34
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Yes i am using quickPic, it is very nice for picture viewing.

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