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These are the differences between Dexter's original 1.3 and the Cincinnati Bell release:

/system/app/Browser.apk differs (not sure what's different yet)
/system/media/bootanimation.zip differs (Cincinnati Bell logo on white)
/system/etc/apns-conf.xml differs:

They're different. Cincinnati Bell's is actually longer (1313 lines) vs Dexter's (960 lines). There may be two lines of garbage at the end of CBW's, but I don't think it's a problem because the XML is properly closed before that.

/system/build.prop differs:

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diff CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/build.prop Dexter13/system/build.prop
4c4
< ro.build.display.id=ULTIMOBILE 2.2.1
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> ro.build.display.id=Dexter's Milestone2.2.1 XT720 remake
59c59
< dalvik.vm.heapsize=28m
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> dalvik.vm.heapsize=32m
167,168d166
< ro.com.android.dataroaming=true
<
Cincinnati Bell reduced the heap size from 32m to 28m, which is interesting because we've usually gone the other direction in our ROMs and this could affect free RAM. Worth experimenting with. The other change is to turn on data roaming by default (Cincinnati Bell customers have nation-wide roaming, I think)

Renamed and resigned (Android test key, I think, not sure) in CBW version:

/system/app/superuser.apk => /system/app/su-signed.apk

I've extracted the apk's and compared them, only the signatures differ. I don't understand enough about how signatures work to know whether that matters.

In Dexter's 1.3, but missing in CBW version:

/system/app/MilestoneOverclock147.apk
/system/app/OpenRecovery.apk

Deleting OpenRecovery.apk is a best-practice on our 2.2 ROMs anyway since it seems to like to hang around as a service eating a lot of RAM. Good riddance.
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These are the differences between Dexter's original 1.3 and the Cincinnati Bell release:

/system/app/Browser.apk differs (not sure what's different yet)
/system/media/bootanimation.zip differs (Cincinnati Bell logo on white)
/system/etc/apns-conf.xml differs:

They're different. Cincinnati Bell's is actually longer (1313 lines) vs Dexter's (960 lines). There may be two lines of garbage at the end of CBW's, but I don't think it's a problem because the XML is properly closed before that.

/system/build.prop differs:

Code:
diff CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/build.prop Dexter13/system/build.prop
4c4
< ro.build.display.id=ULTIMOBILE 2.2.1
---
> ro.build.display.id=Dexter's Milestone2.2.1 XT720 remake
59c59
< dalvik.vm.heapsize=28m
---
> dalvik.vm.heapsize=32m
167,168d166
< ro.com.android.dataroaming=true
<
Cincinnati Bell reduced the heap size from 32m to 28m, which is interesting because we've usually gone the other direction in our ROMs and this could affect free RAM. Worth experimenting with. The other change is to turn on data roaming by default (Cincinnati Bell customers have nation-wide roaming, I think)

Renamed and resigned (Android test key, I think, not sure) in CBW version:

/system/app/superuser.apk => /system/app/su-signed.apk

I've extracted the apk's and compared them, only the signatures differ. I don't understand enough about how signatures work to know whether that matters.

In Dexter's 1.3, but missing in CBW version:

/system/app/MilestoneOverclock147.apk
/system/app/OpenRecovery.apk

Deleting OpenRecovery.apk is a best-practice on our 2.2 ROMs anyway since it seems to like to hang around as a service eating RAM. Good riddance.
Yup. I'm sticking with my original asessment, that Cincy Bell just took Dexter's idea, and made their own. It runs pretty well actually. I'm going to throw the v3 fix onto it and see what happens.
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This is gonna sound silly, but did they happen to fix the FM radio volume issue? It is something small but I used it everyday on 2.1 while I was at work.
 
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nope.. radio not fixed.. neither is the media button.
 
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Good job, how about dexter's ramdisk?
Cause, as i remember there is folder "Dexter" in ramdisk.. some sort of signature of him.

Haptic feedback?
Maybe it's are coming from helping apps like soundback kickback e.t.c. from 2.1 ?

How about magnificator screen?

How about ram leaking?
 
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Good job, how about dexter's ramdisk?
Cause, as i remember there is folder "Dexter" in ramdisk.. some sort of signature of him.

Haptic feedback?
Maybe it's are coming from helping apps like soundback kickback e.t.c. from 2.1 ?

How about magnificator screen?
It's essentially stock221v13 (including the old /system/oc and ramdisk.tar). There are only a few non-cosmetic modifications (different Browser.apk, different /system/etc/apns-conf.xml, renamed and resigned superuser.apk as su-signed.apk,dalvik.vm.heapsize set to 28m in /system/build.prop).

For me, the big news is that Cincinnati Bell is officially supporting this and taking responsibility for warranty repairs from Motorola. Next week people can take their phones into the Cincinnati Bell stores and the employees will install it. It's great for less technical users.
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How about framework.jar?
Maybe they have edited something?
10 mins before mirror to 100mbit server... =)
 
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How about framework.jar?
Maybe they have edited something?
10 mins before mirror to 100mbit server... =)
Nope. Identical.

Code:
mioze7ae@fsckmoto:~/ROMs$ diff -qr CincinnatiBellFroyo/system Dexter13/system | sort
diff: CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/bin/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: Dexter13/system/bin/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/lw/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: Dexter13/system/lw/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/lw2/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: Dexter13/system/lw2/mot_boot_mode: No such file or directory
diff: CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/usr/keychars/sholes-keypad.kcm.bin: No such file or directory
diff: Dexter13/system/usr/keychars/sholes-keypad.kcm.bin: No such file or directory
diff: CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/usr/keylayout/sholes-keypad.kl: No such file or directory
diff: Dexter13/system/usr/keylayout/sholes-keypad.kl: No such file or directory
Files CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/app/Browser.apk and Dexter13/system/app/Browser.apk differ
Files CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/build.prop and Dexter13/system/build.prop differ
Files CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/etc/apns-conf.xml and Dexter13/system/etc/apns-conf.xml differ
Files CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/media/bootanimation.zip and Dexter13/system/media/bootanimation.zip differ
Only in CincinnatiBellFroyo/system/app: su-signed.apk
Only in Dexter13/system/app: MilestoneOverclock147.apk
Only in Dexter13/system/app: OpenRecovery.apk
Only in Dexter13/system/app: superuser.apk
All those "no such file or directories" are symbolic links that aren't valid paths except on the phone.
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As we thought..
Buy yes, CBW make good step..
Moto - i won't buy from you everything.
Yes, you already left mine country.. because Russians don't buy your phones..(only 1% in country).
So,moto is only one android "grand" developer, that have bad reports...
Because of this. You may only be pattent throll.. no more.

BTW, will add to rusmod build.prop, apns-conf and browser...
Will see, maybe they fixed something that make rom leak... in browser.. =)
After some tests - will report.

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