They are two different things. 21864 is the windows mobile build number, where 21864 is more stable than 23081. In either case manilla 2.5 has bugs, for somehing more stable both versions of the os are available with manilla 2.1 in the other thread.
thanx, ima jus get 2.1 till 2.5 is fixed completely with no bugs
I think I'm running 25.Oct ( that was the last Titanium). Quite often while I'm in Messaging doing my SMS thing, the phone will freeze up and I'll have to reset. Sometimes I attribute it to trying to rotate to landscape, sometimes I think it's for just trying to open a message.
Freeze-ups happen a few other times too, like in Opera a moment ago. The browser closed and I didn't bother to reset though
EDIT: Never mind, I actually did have to reset. This build has been pretty unstable for me. Does it have something to do with Showcase?
Yes. This was an issue with showcase suite. The 10/28 and 10/29 rom builds fixed that.
Looks like NRG is prepping to upload a new 504 rom soon. I'd wait for that one...
Current Device: HTC Inspire 4G Rom: aospX (ICS) 1.0.0-BR7 Radio: 12.69a.60.29U_188.8.131.52_M Previous Devices: AT&T Tilt2, HTC Touch Pro (unbranded), Verizon/HTC XV6700 (Apache), Cingular/HTC 8125 (Wizard), Cingular/HTC SMT5600 (Typhoon), and various nameless, faceless analog flip phones... oh yeah, and a Motorola DynaTAC...
My wife has an iPhone...
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With the hotfile links at the start of this page, they didn't appear to have the files. When googling and going to energyrom.com the links there don't work either. There are a few niggles with the 6.1 energy rom so I was thinking this one may be mature enough to be stable now and I could upgrade to it. Can anyone point me to the files?
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