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[ROM] Vibrant AOSPish FroYo 1.0 - JPM Based - *10/22/2010*

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22nd October 2010, 02:20 PM   |  #21  
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OK I didn't see this covered in the release notes or comments thereafter, what dialer/contacts are we looking at here in this ASOPish release? Samsung's abominations against Android and man or Google's implementations?
22nd October 2010, 02:25 PM   |  #22  
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I am downloading and getting ready to flash now. Thanks so much Anderdroid i love all of your work! One question is JIT enabled on this rom?
22nd October 2010, 02:27 PM   |  #23  
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OK I didn't see this covered in the release notes or comments thereafter, what dialer/contacts are we looking at here in this ASOPish release? Samsung's abominations against Android and man or Google's implementations?

Lol I believe is samsungs



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22nd October 2010, 02:30 PM   |  #24  
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]OK I didn't see this covered in the release notes or comments thereafter, what dialer/contacts are we looking at here in this ASOPish release? Samsung's abominations against Android and man or Google's implementations?

It only makes you wonder how much more people would like the phones if carriers didn't implement their own software assuming it is an "improvement." Another great release, trying it out now
22nd October 2010, 03:15 PM   |  #25  
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If any one has questions about battery life is pretty awesome, I been using the phone for 2 hours nonstop and im only at 85%

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22nd October 2010, 03:26 PM   |  #26  
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I know to back everything up regardless, but If I'm already running Eugene's updated version should this one still automatically wipe? I like eugene's just fine, but the battery life is the worst of all the roms I've tried so far...(more than I can count)
22nd October 2010, 03:36 PM   |  #27  
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I know to back everything up regardless, but If I'm already running Eugene's updated version should this one still automatically wipe? I like eugene's just fine, but the battery life is the worst of all the roms I've tried so far...(more than I can count)

It didn't wipe for me cuz I was able to run titanium



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22nd October 2010, 03:39 PM   |  #28  
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Anderoid you're the man... im running your AOSP 1.2 update as my daily driver right now...

one thing i did have to install the JI2 GPS files to get the GPS to lock with the UV/OC/VODOO 1.1 kernal, but man! im excited for see your FROYO work... you have a nac for making great roms b/c you keep it simple and make everything flow

if you do add Sims 3 or Avatar please don't put them in system, make the able to be uninstalled... Keep your build simple and sleek no BS as always!

your roms so far are the best... everyone else should take a look at your design (they are putting too much junk and polish on theirs) - reminds me on winamp 1.x skins from 1998... lol
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is there any problem if I used a titanium back up to restore my apps ???????

apps back up from 2.1 stock kernel
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is there any problem if I used a titanium back up to restore my apps ???????

apps back up from 2.1 stock kernel

No problem for me


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