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    Stable Gingerbread ROM for Moto Droid from DroidForums Member 'Peter Alfonso'


    Here's an amazing ROM from one of our DroidForums members, Peter Alfonso. This savvy 'coding-god' was able to whip up a stable Gingerbread 2.3.2 ROM that works on your standard Motorola Droid! It even includes his own "AutoOverclock" file to help with the CPU deficiency.

    He created this ROM by porting parts from Froyo and doing some custom-coding. He even went to the trouble of adding in the missing Gingerbread themed icons to the landscape lockscreen by creating them in Photoshop. His current build is GPA11 and seems very stable and very slick! This one comes highly recommended! Kudos Peter on a job well done!

    Follow the support thread here: [ROM STABLE] Stock Gingerbread Android 2.3.2 Build GPA11

    Here's the Download Link: Download

    Don't forget to support your favorite dev with a small donation, for more information check out his website @ Peter Alfonso
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    Way cool! I haven't even rooted yet, but this may be a reason to.
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    i would love to test this out, too bad my droid had to die today
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    Way to go Pete! Awesome job bro.
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    I've been using Peter Alfonso ROMS for a while now but this is the first one that I've tried that isn't working right. I've installed the GPA11 ROM over my froyo install and the notification bar never showed up so I tried it again but did a complete wipe and then install and had the same result so I just restored my Froyo backup. I'm not sure why, everything else in the ROM functions but the notification bar is completely gone.
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    Been using it for a couple days now and love it!!!! Nice work!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsylus View Post
    I've been using Peter Alfonso ROMS for a while now but this is the first one that I've tried that isn't working right. I've installed the GPA11 ROM over my froyo install and the notification bar never showed up so I tried it again but did a complete wipe and then install and had the same result so I just restored my Froyo backup. I'm not sure why, everything else in the ROM functions but the notification bar is completely gone.
    i know it seems kind redundant but maybe you should wipe like ten times? You never know there could be some file that got leftover and is what messed it up.
    On my second refurbished droid. It of course has issues but i honestly give up on getting another one.


    I really miss my original Droid

    Currently running GPA15 with pete's v.02 1.1 GHz kernel
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    Ultimate droid did a better job after playing with them both. Pete's likes to redraw a lot. Ud's is kick asssssss best out there. Give it a try and please support your favorite devs!
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    Cyanogenmod 7 has had 2.3 on the droid 1 for over a month now I think... why wasn't that front page news?
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    Quote Originally Posted by azndan2 View Post
    Cyanogenmod 7 has had 2.3 on the droid 1 for over a month now I think... why wasn't that front page news?

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