Might have something to do with why it felt to fast. But all them T-Mobile apps kinda kill the experience. Mind you, if they were edited out it would make a perfect lite rom for anyone that likes apps.I noticed that it's very small. Also all of the apps are smaller...
what do you mean build the image? I can just rename to update.zip and install it from fastboot? thaxnksJust flashed it to my Rogers (don't do this unless you rebuilt the boot.img) and it seems very snappy! It's pretty stock though.
Edit: Eeeww...Google keyboard...
Not on a Rogers phone unless you like watching the Rogers logo.what do you mean build the image? I can just rename to update.zip and install it from fastboot? thaxnks
Alright so here's a version for the 32A people (I know this sounds stupid, but Rogers roms do work for you folks, right? I've never made the connection between the two ). Sorry it took a bit but I tried to fix as many of the little bugs as I could.
-First boot takes a really long time (they have no boot logo so this is probably why)
-All apps are left in (voice search and dialer are there by default, and it's a Google experience rom so no Exchange)
-Contains edited apnsettings, AudioPara4, and wlan.ko for Rogers (wifi still doesn't work, I guess T-Mobile is choosing to be difficult now)
Other then that, have a ball folks.