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So guess what, we aren't gonna get AOSP Gingerbread(says the 2.3 AOSP guy)

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Default So guess what, we aren't gonna get AOSP Gingerbread(says the 2.3 AOSP guy)

So the guy who's dumping the AOSP from the Nexus S said "There is no AOSP support any longer for ADP1 ("dream") and ADP2 ("sapphire")." You can read it yourself here http://groups.google.com/group/andro...8a46f6eaab8c39 I don't know if it's true so please tell me if it's not and please don't flame me if it's not. I guess I'm gonna get a G2 now. What do yall think?
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Heard the same awhile ago with Eclair and Froyo.
 
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Heard the same awhile ago with Eclair and Froyo
 
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The Dream can barely handle FroYo, I don't know how well it would handle Gingerbread.

Does anyone actually have their G1 running quickly on a FroYo ROM? CM is pretty damn slow.
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The Dream can barely handle FroYo, I don't know how well it would handle Gingerbread.

Does anyone actually have their G1 running quickly on a FroYo ROM? CM is pretty damn slow.
yes, CM itself can be set up right for once, then are the OTA roms who are with less things...so they run quite good and ofc the AOSP froyo roms.

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What setup is needed for CM to be fast? I don't need any features, just speed. If there's a better FroYo ROM for that I'm open to switching.


Gingerbread on the Dream will happen...I have no doubt about that. The question is how well it'll run. If only the Dream had a little more RAM...
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Come on man when have we "never" been able to get an update? Im gonna take a wild stab in the dark and say we will still be getting roms for at least another 2 years!
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Come on man when have we "never" been able to get an update? Im gonna take a wild stab in the dark and say we will still be getting roms for at least another 2 years!
I don't know about that, because I'm pretty sure Honeycomb or whatever they decide to call Android 3.0 has a minimum requirement for 1GHz processor so the Hero, Sapphire and Dream might be out of luck, especially the Hero because they're still stuck with the 2.6.29 kernel. 3.0 might be possible but I doubt 2 yrs of new Android ROMs is plausible.
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