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10th February 2012, 07:59 AM |#311  
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dont think so.
maby but idont think idont have the time for it

Good luck to you if you do. I was going through the Neo V forums for a mate of mine who has one of these, and, it seems they don't take too kindly to ROM chefs. Its a big bad world outside the Wildfire Forums, really.

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Lulz so much hate. Umadbro

I still have another yr of my sgs, zzz 24 month contracts. Might as well wait for the sgs3/4 or get a nexus.

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Get a Nexus (Whichever one releases next year). From what I have gathered so far from the GS2 Dev Forums, Samsung coding and releases are a complete mess. Trust a flagship GS2 to not get a 100% working ICS ROM yet. (You got lucky there since the internals of the Nexus S and SGS are pretty similar )
 
 
10th February 2012, 12:42 PM |#312  
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Good luck to you if you do. I was going through the Neo V forums for a mate of mine who has one of these, and, it seems they don't take too kindly to ROM chefs. Its a big bad world outside the Wildfire Forums, really.



Get a Nexus (Whichever one releases next year). From what I have gathered so far from the GS2 Dev Forums, Samsung coding and releases are a complete mess. Trust a flagship GS2 to not get a 100% working ICS ROM yet. (You got lucky there since the internals of the Nexus S and SGS are pretty similar )

I'm not planning on flashing any of the ICS roms, until they are stable, could take a few more months. They may be "RC", but not really imo. Still too many bugs and I has need for fully working phone now.

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10th February 2012, 11:05 PM |#313  
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Ok, I'm sorted now, got a sim only contract today so I now have to wait 3-6 months then I can upgrade to just about any phone I want!

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10th February 2012, 11:59 PM |#314  
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Ok, I'm sorted now, got a sim only contract today so I now have to wait 3-6 months then I can upgrade to just about any phone I want!

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How did you do that? In UK? Can you provide a few more details please?
11th February 2012, 04:14 AM |#315  
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How did you do that? In UK? Can you provide a few more details please?

Simple really, I went to the O2 shop and setup a sim only contract, its pretty basic 100 mins, unlimited texts and only 500mb of internets (how o2 expect people to live on that I'll never know!) but its cheap. Then in 3-6 months I can go back to the shop and provided I've paid my bill on time etc I can then switch over to a full 12/24 month contract choosing any phone I want,

I had to do it this way instead of just jumping straight into a full contract because I wouldn't have passed the credit check for a full one straightaway, but that's a very long messy story, I won't go into!

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so I now have to wait 3-6 months then I can upgrade to just about any phone I want!

So which one will it be? Still got your sights on the Xperia Arc?
11th February 2012, 07:40 AM |#317  
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So which one will it be? Still got your sights on the Xperia Arc?

Spoilt for choice now mate......... I'll need to do some research when the time comes I think and by research I mean send you a pm.....lol jk

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17th February 2012, 07:19 AM |#318  
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I'll never sell my wildfire. I may not learn much in terms of development but its with this device that I learned to risk doing things I never imagined doing to my phone. I enjoy checking the threads here and I think everything is very organized. I dont know if its me but somehow I feel the S2 forums are a little messy I'm trying to familiarize myself though and what's nice is they have made a thread for S2 owners in our country. But I will always be visiting the wildfire forums. The people and the members here are really nice.

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I'll never sell my wildfire. I may not learn much in terms of development but its with this device that I learned to risk doing things I never imagined doing to my phone. I enjoy checking the threads here and I think everything is very organized. I dont know if its me but somehow I feel the S2 forums are a little messy I'm trying to familiarize myself though and what's nice is they have made a thread for S2 owners in our country. But I will always be visiting the wildfire forums. The people and the members here are really nice.

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9th March 2012, 04:58 PM |#320  
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"MkBy" has answered my question!
Here for interested: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3&postcount=30
I go to try it!

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@Qarl : I also installed the CM-9 ROM. But as "MkBy" said to use 180MB as the system partition, I will say that the system is using 186.4MB (checked in Terminal) with the ROM by ErwinP and the basic gapps having size 51.88MB. So, you should put 190+ as the system rom size while creating the partition.
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I wont sell my wildfire in any case though!! ..as my 1st android has thought me soo mch abt Android smartphones...the first tym root nervousness, minor tweaks(OCing, boosting internal mem to 300Mb!!), putting in new features(LWP running, GPS fix n d best Beats audio working ) n showing off wat a simple budget Phone could do

I think my next wud surely be HTC..i'll go for the new beast One X if the price is too high then may be One S ..waiting for the launch in April

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