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RETIRED:[ROM][RHODIUM][US][Lite] 6.5 Foundation v1.0(Sense 2.1)(T-Mobile) 25-Jul-2010

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Default Call for bug reports

Does anyone have any outstanding bugs that need to be fixed?

All I really have on the bug list is a contact issue that I can't reproduce.
 
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Well, is there any chance on an updated Sense?
 
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Well, is there any chance on an updated Sense?
If there's a call for it, I'll do a Foundation 2.0 with the latest Sense. I'm hoping to make 1.0 rock solid first though.
 
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Maybe it is great to add automatic configuration of network, Office shoud be 2010? thanks for the stable rom
 
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Default Retiring ROM

I've decided to retire this ROM, it has served its purpose. There are newer ROMS out there that do a better job now.

The closest thing to the Foundation ROM is Jackos S2 SleekBASIC, which I've been using for a few weeks now and does an excellent job as a very fast, high battery life Sense 2.1 ROM. If you liked this ROM, I think you'll like SleekBASIC.
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