Don't know really where to put this question, but since this thread is about NAND and originally Alex's concept I ask here. Currently I've been using the current available builds and think they are very good. I'm just throwing out a question here
Would there be any benefit in reviving e.g. Alex's old Froyo SD-build (the one with the Arc-theme)?
I converted it into a NAND-build, booted it and tested it shortly with zargloubs kernel from March 1st. But since I don't have skills enough I'm just gonna link to the rom. Feel free to do whatever you like with it. It's just my comparacy to see how well Froyo runs vis-a-vis Gingerbread on our Kovskys'
- Screen is mirrored and up-side-down
- data doesn't seem to work
- "Shut Down" doesn't work
- Camera works (but didn't test it with SD-card....)
Forgot to mention Did NOT reboot on missed call
Edit 2. THIS IS NOT INTENDED FOR DAYILY USE. THIS WAS JUST FOR TRYING!
Alex's Froyo Arc 2.2.2 NAND