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Best ROM for HTC Dream ?

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31st January 2012, 07:47 AM   |  #41  
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I've tried all those
They're a tiny bit faster than froyobylaszlo...just a bit:P
Maybe I should try a donut rom with 2708+ kernel...
Although...no it doesn't work right I've heard
What I really need is a toggle to turn off data completely
There is no way to do that in donut
Even changing the apn doesn't help

Try droidwall maybe?
31st January 2012, 07:55 AM   |  #42  
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But then data would still be on eating battery

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1st February 2012, 01:18 AM   |  #43  
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Originally Posted by frankdrey

I've tried all those
They're a tiny bit faster than froyobylaszlo...just a bit:P
Maybe I should try a donut rom with 2708+ kernel...
Although...no it doesn't work right I've heard
What I really need is a toggle to turn off data completely
There is no way to do that in donut
Even changing the apn doesn't help

same, damn vodafone charged me 2 quid for less than a megabyte of data usage! pfff... i dont think theres even data on/off toggle on eclair either... at least not by default. but surely there are apps... no?
1st February 2012, 04:59 AM   |  #44  
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same, damn vodafone charged me 2 quid for less than a megabyte of data usage! pfff... i dont think theres even data on/off toggle on eclair either... at least not by default. but surely there are apps... no?

i dont think so
id really like to know if there is
thats why i use froyo

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1st February 2012, 07:31 PM   |  #45  
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i dont think so
id really like to know if there is
thats why i use froyo

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there was but i forgot the name of the app!!! im sure beatiful widgets has it, it has toggles for everything. there are lots of widget toggles for data on/off. search market for them.
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there was but i forgot the name of the app!!! im sure beatiful widgets has it, it has toggles for everything. there are lots of widget toggles for data on/off. search market for them.

Yes I tried a few of those toggle apps but they just plain didn't do anything
If you know of one that does work, post it :P
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Yes I tried a few of those toggle apps but they just plain didn't do anything
If you know of one that does work, post it :P

oh, ok. im on froyo right now (my froyo does have toggle) but i will get back to you when/if i go back to eclair.... there was this app that did it i think, i dont remember the name but you had to swipe the screen right to left so a page would pop up and it would allow you to do pretty much anything, multitasking, data on/off, everything basically...

edit: this might do, and also i downloaded this application called droidwall and that was good too. what it did was disable internet connection for apps, and let you choose if you want to disable wi-fi or data. so you could have complete internet connection for superuser, wifi only for market and data only for rss feed. or any other option
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3rd February 2012, 12:38 AM   |  #48  
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oh, ok. im on froyo right now (my froyo does have toggle) but i will get back to you when/if i go back to eclair.... there was this app that did it i think, i dont remember the name but you had to swipe the screen right to left so a page would pop up and it would allow you to do pretty much anything, multitasking, data on/off, everything basically...

edit: this might do, and also i downloaded this application called droidwall and that was good too. what it did was disable internet connection for apps, and let you choose if you want to disable wi-fi or data. so you could have complete internet connection for superuser, wifi only for market and data only for rss feed. or any other option

Eh, those don't totally disable the data
I've tried similar stuff
It's alright, Froyo's fine

And I don't have my phone right now anyways
12th May 2012, 08:48 AM   |  #49  
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Originally Posted by vlaine

I installed Cyanogen Mod 6.1 Magpie on my HTC G1 Dream.
Almost all applications are installed on the SD Ext partition.
It's deadly slow. I can't bare it.

Do you have a better, faster, more stable ROM to suggest?
I need SD Ext partition support.
I crawled the forum, but I am new to Android and feel lost.
I am now good with adb, rom partitionning and rom flashing though.
I always wipe everything before flashing (including system).

Give me your best advise please.

you could try my rom it is very stable and fast heres the link to the cronmod dream fourm http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1641692
14th May 2012, 09:11 PM   |  #50  
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I am using Froyo Cream Sandwich right now and I LOVE it! But one comment: please do NOT use questions that were asked before: LOTS of people asked this and LOTS of people answered these questions, so just look around on xda-developers forums before you post a question!

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