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Eugene OR TeamWhiskey 2.2

7th November 2010, 06:23 PM |#1  
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So it looks like they both have working 2.2 builds out in the wild now. My question is which one is better, or which one are YOU going to use? Let's try and keep the comparison here, that way we don't clog up both of these wonderful dev's threads.
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7th November 2010, 06:24 PM |#2  
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I have never used either since I'm still stock. What was the general consensus before their new 2.2 builds?
7th November 2010, 06:27 PM |#3  
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I wouldn't know. They both have a huge following though. What I have noticed is that each one has very loyal followers. It almost seems as if its "either one or the other". But since it is now 2.2, it is a completely different ball game.
7th November 2010, 06:51 PM |#4  
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I wouldn't know. They both have a huge following though. What I have noticed is that each one has very loyal followers. It almost seems as if its "either one or the other". But since it is now 2.2, it is a completely different ball game.

I thinks it's really your preference no two vibrants are the same so whatever works best for your phone and for you is what matters try them both try them all you'll figure out what's best for you I'm running bionix final with jacs oc/uv kernel but I've tried the froyo roms they are cool but for me this works best have fun and for the love of god stay drunk

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7th November 2010, 06:52 PM |#5  
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I thinks it's really your preference no two vibrants are the same so whatever works best for your phone and for you is what matters try them both try them all you'll figure out what's best for you I'm running bionix final with jacs oc/uv kernel but I've tried the froyo roms they are cool but for me this works best have fun and for the love of god stay drunk

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lol +1

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7th November 2010, 07:10 PM |#6  
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My question is which one is better?

Fair question, but somewhat irrelevant in my opinion. My experience with stock vs cooked ROMs (MT3G CM6) is that the only real advantage is better speed. Sure, a few different user-experience changes, but that's all. An the stock ROMs are far more stable.

My stock Vibrant is already plenty fast. I'm rooted and can use root-only apps. My Dolphin browser already displays Flash. JIT will make it technically faster, but will I actually notice..? What would Eugene or TeamWhiskey add to that...?
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Have not tried either but am running fusion by team wiskey with there kernel. Phone runs to good to worry about 2.2.

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7th November 2010, 07:22 PM |#8  
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Fair question, but somewhat irrelevant in my opinion. My experience with stock vs cooked ROMs (MT3G CM6) is that the only real advantage is better speed. Sure, a few different user-experience changes, but that's all. An the stock ROMs are far more stable.

My stock Vibrant is already plenty fast. I'm rooted and can use root-only apps. My Dolphin browser already displays Flash. JIT will make it technically faster, but will I actually notice..? What would Eugene or TeamWhiskey add to that...?

What flash are you running on stock?

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7th November 2010, 07:24 PM |#9  
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Have not tried either but am running fusion by team wiskey with there kernel. Phone runs to good to worry about 2.2.

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I like this post cause so many people wanna be on 2.2 for a lot of
Reasons but I only want the flash player lol

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7th November 2010, 07:26 PM |#10  
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Team whiskey roms are far too buggy to rely on

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