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[ROM] [01/06/2010] [FROYO 2.2] [N1 Froyo FRF50 Port] [Androbin_Froyo_update with OC]

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it's still corrupt

This worked for me

http://www11.multiupload.com:81/file..._froyo_2.2.zip
 
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its fine from megaupload on multiupload. try that
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heh heh, even though I'm not flashing it, I'm downloading it just because it's so cool!

wifi would be great - data is nice but wifi is good enough for now. if voice/audio can be solved then it's actually a useful phone???? wouldn't that be amazing???

froyo on a frickin hero?

I wonder if the lag is just how it's gonna be on the hero or if it's actually going to get faster with time? Just thinking, since it's probably optimized for different processors than what's in our lowly hero, it might not be as uber quick on our phones as it is on the appropriate hardware.

this is total speculation though on my part. thinking, asking, wondering, discussing. :)
 
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Can someone write up a list of what works and what doesnt? Like calls etc.

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Can someone write up a list of what works and what doesnt? Like calls etc.

I will flash this asoon as Phone and Wifi or Data is working
Looking good, but wifi not working.
 
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Anyone tested it yet? Does it live up to the 450% speed increase (yes I know it is only a very early alpha). Linpack scores? Also does the camera work nicely?

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is it only me that even calling isn't possible? Just asking
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- trying everything new but always going back to pure CM roms
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After applying the Zip my Hero just boots to the "Hero" logo and then reboot... hm...
What is wrong?
 
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After applying the Zip my Hero just boots to the "Hero" logo and then reboot... hm...
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same here...did everything the install said, my own port boots up properly.

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