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[ROM] Nero Beta 3 - I Can't Believe Its Not Gingerbread *12/12/10*

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7th November 2010, 06:07 PM |#101  
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wow navigating through the new 2.2 file system is a trip...so it is now finally possible to change boot animations with this beast?
 
 
7th November 2010, 06:08 PM |#102  
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Oh this just makes me super happy!

FINALLY a team that has torrent downloads for their roms!!!!
7th November 2010, 06:08 PM |#103  
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Whoever asked about Adobe flash, download it from the market, and it does work
I tested it on CNN.com
7th November 2010, 06:09 PM |#104  
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Can't wait to give it a try.
7th November 2010, 06:11 PM |#105  
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We have been asked not to post it at this time.

I wonder how this works out since the work being derived is GPL-licensed. My impression was any GPL-derived work must also be licensed under the GPL, and as such any source code used to build said work must also be released freely to the public. (On another note, this means that while I have no problem donating to TW to use some of their donation-only ROMs and kernels, I don't think it's allowable under the GPL to not release the source code - or at least, someone could leak donator-only ROMs and kernels knowing the GPL specifically allows this to happen.)

Is this not the case? I feel like with the events of the past 48 hours and both Eugene and TeamWhiskey releasing fully working 2.2 ROMs, this little tidbit is being neglected. Furthermore, if the complete GPL-licensed leaked source code was released publically for all developers to use, I feel like such animosity that we've seen lately between developers would be mitigated.
7th November 2010, 06:11 PM |#106  
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When I try OCLF it says "You do not have a /system/bin/playlogos1 / /system/bin/playlogo file!"

I tried to "restore the boot animation." =/

Question: Why would you try to restore the boot animation?

Not being a hardcase or anything, but its kinda obvious that the boot animation is different and since there is no official Vibrant ROM at the moment, I don't think there's anyway that OCLF would have the actual Boot Animation for Froyo on the Vibrant just yet.

A little deductive reasoning from a guy who has only been up 4 hours
7th November 2010, 06:12 PM |#107  
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Question: Why would you try to restore the boot animation?

Not being a hardcase or anything, but its kinda obvious that the boot animation is different and since there is no official Vibrant ROM at the moment, I don't think there's anyway that OCLF would have the actual Boot Animation for Froyo on the Vibrant just yet.

A little deductive reasoning from a guy who has only been up 4 hours

just the first thing that popped into my mind to try tbh.
7th November 2010, 06:14 PM |#108  
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Because that's what usually fixes the issue.
7th November 2010, 06:14 PM |#109  
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Nobody test it with bell i9000m yet? I think ill be the first

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7th November 2010, 06:15 PM |#110  
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Can anyone test if the wiimote app works along with an external keyboard?

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7th November 2010, 06:15 PM |#111  
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Originally Posted by harabinger66

Haven't installed yet. But i would reccomend an uninstall and reinstall of rom manager. If its in the system/app folder, just delete it and install it from the market. See if that helps.

edit: Before that go into super user and see if Rom Manager has been granted root permision
edit2: you have clicked on flash clockwork mod recovery, and selected the vibrant... right?

yes yes, i did the uninstall reinstall, selected vibrant, it has su permissions. adb wouldnt let me in either. so i am stumped.
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