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Motorola Froyo 2.2.1 [14 Jan 11 - Vivo Brasil][OUTDATED: SEE FIRST POST]

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By DannyDroid, Senior Member on 14th January 2011, 11:02 PM
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Some users are reporting problems. Now we (I) don't believe this is due to the leaked software but more down to people who don't think, read or understand what they are doing.

If you don't know what a baseband is, don't install.
If you don't know what a nandroid is, don't install.
If you don't know this is LEAKED unsupported, unreleased software and what that means, don't install.

I don't mean to come across as rude but this thread was more aimed at people who know what they where doing and rom-devs to include in their ROMs. NOT for a general user who just want 2.2.1.

Please think twice before installing! And if you brick your device then you have no one to blame but yourself for not reading / understanding / etc!


Leak Date: 14th Jan 11 (Thank you MorfeuZ for your original post)
Build Date: 7th Jan 11 (Thank you jason600)
Official Languages: English, Spanish and Portuguese. (Thank you Tomdroid)
User Made Languages: Dutch, Italian, French and German (Thank you sileshn):
Russian (Thank you sileshm):

Download - sbf: (Thank you Quintasan)
Install via RSD Lite.
This is clean, no root, nothing. You will have to apply these yourself.
You will also need to set your baseband (cannot be done with out root (due to use of OR)

Download - nandroid: (Thank you sileshn)
For this you will already have to be rooted / have OR installed (this forum has loads of guides, don't ask here).
This nandroid includes root / OR.
You will still need to set your baseband.

Safe? (1 = Unsafe (Do NOT Use) | 2 = Unknown (Flash at own risk) | 3 = Safe): 3
Reason: Seems safe. No major bugs reported.

Bug Fixes: Contains a bunch of new apps/tweaks. e.g. some built in battery management and a decent camera interface. (Thank you Tomdroid)

Bugs / issues (it wouldn't be a Motorola kernel without them): N/A
Root: Yes. (Thank you Tomdroid)
Overclock: Yes. (Thank you Beackman) but not via "Milestone Overclock".

Market fix - Paid apps
As this is a leak Google hasn't approved this build for paid apps. A fix can be found here (Thank you kabaldan)

Stock (No Overclock)
Linpack Score:
Quadrant Score:
(Thank you Beackman)

Notes: This from VIVO form Brazil. (Thank you Beackman)

Reboot / Recovery / Bootloader option in power menu:

sileshn has provided a huge amount of support over the last day or so. If sileshn has helped you in some way then please remember to thank him and maybe add to his late-night coffee fund.


Will update this post when we know more and will add old kernels information too.
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14th January 2011, 11:06 PM |#2  
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Thank you for creating the thread, I considered doing it myself, but I'm a novice user.

Let's hope this new kernel is as bug free as possible.

Tks for the credit
14th January 2011, 11:17 PM |#3  
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So uh, we need someone brave to sets this sucka out.
14th January 2011, 11:19 PM |#4  
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It can get rooted, the nandroid available at the link below has it.

Repost from the CM thread:

Some guys over at the German forum did flash it and looks like it is ok:

There's also a nandroid hosted there.

Translated from there:

It only features the English, Spanish, Portuguese language.
Basebands need to get set for your location (e.g. using Androidiani).
APN settings need adjusting / be entered manually.
Root is possible.
OC not (yet).
Contains a bunch of new apps/tweaks, e.g. some built in battery management and a decent camera interface.
14th January 2011, 11:20 PM |#5  
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is it the leaked SHLA_U2_05.0C.0 - 2.2.1 Final from brazil ?
14th January 2011, 11:35 PM |#6  
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Unlikely tbh.
14th January 2011, 11:46 PM |#7  
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Um, yes it is?


The name of the sbf is: SHLA_U2_05.0C.0_SIGNED_USASHLSMR1VIVBRLA037.0R_PDS 002_USASHLSMR1VIVBRLA_P005_A002_M001_HWp2a_WIG1447 81_Service1FF.sbf

And according to the German source from above:


Android version:2.2.1

Kernel: wfp018@zbr05lnxdroid03#1

14th January 2011, 11:53 PM |#8  
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I am still not certain about this build. We will know for sure if it is the final Brasilian release when somebody checks it for bugs.. It might be one of the test beta builds, am I right?
If it's a final release, we may expect a perfect Cyanogen ROM
15th January 2011, 12:15 AM |#9  
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I´m using this leaked rom, for 4 hours.
It´s really a Brazilian Rom with oficial apps from the Vivo Operator.

The new battery management looks great, with a night configuration that saves power when you´re sleeping, tomorrow morning I´ll know if it´s really work.

Looks fast, and automatically update to the new android market.

The new camera app is great.

The cellphone became hot during a call of 45 minutes, but now it´s cold. This issue really bore me, from every rom that I tried, without OC.

I used, ShadowMod version and CM version, let me see for the next few days if I´ll change it again.

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15th January 2011, 12:30 AM |#10  
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I'm using the rom too. Everything seems to be running nicely. It has the new multitouch keyboard. Overclock isn't working though; it seems pretty snappy though. Only about 150mb for apps (Of course, its filled with lots of motorola junk like Motonav, motoID, phone portal..etc.). Battery life seems great.
15th January 2011, 12:36 AM |#11  
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Did you guys get the data/apps wiped or it is really a service version?
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