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  • About IVI4V3R1CK
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    U.S.A. - T-Mobile
    Lexington, KY
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    United States
    Trying not to break a $500 investment
    Cars, Music, and Research
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    Currently 3 phones

    T-Mobile Galaxy SIII
    Rom: CyanogenMod 9 (Nightly)
    Recovery: ClockworkMod Recovery v6.0.1.2
    Kernel: Trinity GST (3.0.8 Dirty)
    Overclocked: 1.78 GHz CPU / 480 MHz GPU

    T-Mobile G2 (HTC Desire Z variant) Retired
    Rom: CyanogenMod-6.1.1-vision
    Recovery: ClockworkMod Recovery v2.5.1.3
    Overclocked: 1.516 GHz

    T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream) Retired
    Rom: CyanogenMod-6.1.0-DS
    Recovery: ClockworkMod Recovery v2.5.0.1
    Overclocked: 614 MHz


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BUt if there was a dead row of Pixed, then wouldnt it appear while focusing or constantly when the phone is running a game or something? Negative. The CCD would only be used for the digital imaging, not for the display of the actual phone. Wh...
OK, so you're hosed with your request. Apparently, the boot animation is locked until at least Cupcake. So I can get you the Cupcake boot animation no sweat. But when I flashed my G1 back down to stock 1.0 there is no way to run Super User on i...
I'm the guy from the G1 forums :P And yeah, I tried to rename the *.nbh to a *.zip. No dice. I then tried to use Emulator, but anything below Cupcake is non-existant. So finally I gave up and dropped the G1 back to the RC29 build, had to re-ro...
I'm Br1ck'd's guy who was looking for the boot animation for you over the weekend. The problem I'm running into is that every ROM I can find is in the *.nbh format, so there is no way I can actually go in and grab the information. However, I hav...
Does the line always appear in the same place? It could be a CCD issue like mentioned above. Also, look through your gallery and see what date the line started, and try to correlate it to a specific event (you mentioned the fall). Something els...