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[Q] from Android 2.3.5 to 2.2

25th April 2014, 02:20 PM   |  #1  
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dear all,
i have a micromax a27 bolt.
it is 1gh processor 512 rom 210ram 2g phone.

its stock rom is Android 2.3.5

my question is can i put Android 2.2 ?
if yes how?
25th April 2014, 05:37 PM   |  #2  
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Wink what a noobers question
upgrading of OS is possible but downgrade is not possible,,!
25th April 2014, 09:55 PM   |  #3  
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upgrading of OS is possible but downgrade is not possible,,!

Ofcourse a downgrade is possible *Maybe do a little bit more research*
If your phone is rooted and has a Custom Recovery you could search for an android 2.2 rom for your phone, But if the phone didn't release with android 2.2 or lower it isn't possible.
3rd May 2014, 06:23 AM   |  #4  
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Ofcourse a downgrade is possible *Maybe do a little bit more research*
If your phone is rooted and has a Custom Recovery you could search for an android 2.2 rom for your phone, But if the phone didn't release with android 2.2 or lower it isn't possible.

yes it it rooted also has cwm.

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But if the phone didn't release with android 2.2 or lower it isn't possible.

can you explain please...
3rd May 2014, 06:28 AM   |  #5  
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yes it it rooted also has cwm.

I cant understand this


can you explain please...

Means if the oldest version of Android the phone was released / sold with --> you can't install a older rom bacause it doesn't exist and no one would ever starting develop a android version lower then the first stock rom the phone ever had!

Why do you want to install Android 2.2???
3rd May 2014, 07:25 AM   |  #6  
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Means if the oldest version of Android the phone was released / sold with --> you can't install a older rom bacause it doesn't exist and no one would ever starting develop a android version lower then the first stock rom the phone ever had!

Why do you want to install Android 2.2???

this phone released with android 2.3.5 then i think i cant put 2.2 .

this phone net speed is too slow and battery drain quickly when net browsing. that wise i thought to go to an old android version to solve above problems.
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this phone released with android 2.3.5 then i think i cant put 2.2 .

this phone net speed is too slow and battery drain quickly when net browsing. that wise i thought to go to an old android version to solve above problems.


Not really. 2.3.5 performance is better than 2.2 as far as i know. Phone was released with 2.2 first.

There is a custom Jellybean rom available. I'd suggest trying it and UNINSTALL all non needed crap and deactivate non needed background processes. Especially google's apps love to drain your battery. Also Jellybean support virtual memory. 256MB is pretty low, so setting up the Jellybean rom may help. You can go back to stock at any time flashing the stock firmware.

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Not really. 2.3.5 performance is better than 2.2 as far as i know. Phone was released with 2.2 first.

There is a custom Jellybean rom available. I'd suggest trying it and UNINSTALL all non needed crap and deactivate non needed background processes. Especially google's apps love to drain your battery. Also Jellybean support virtual memory. 256MB is pretty low, so setting up the Jellybean rom may help. You can go back to stock at any time flashing the stock firmware.

STOCK

JellyBean custom

i will try this thanks....
3rd May 2014, 09:53 AM   |  #9  
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Ofcourse a downgrade is possible *Maybe do a little bit more research*
If your phone is rooted and has a Custom Recovery you could search for an android 2.2 rom for your phone, But if the phone didn't release with android 2.2 or lower it isn't possible.

Agree

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