I shouldn't have to put the bloat back should I?
I'm staying on the leaked version less moto gives me a reason to move (IE better features, better battery life, or possibly punting 2.2 leak users)
and if they decide to go the last route. I will start a suit, I wouldn't be the only one. Moto would be back to being broke faster than you can say SLVR.
I feel like you would be able to do a work around without having to flash back to 2.1 by doing an update.zip, but my understanding of operating systems is kind of poor. Does anyone have any opinions?
don t you guess think even though we have leaked 2.2 now that the ota 2.2 won t be leaked also with a way to put it on the x ???
what ever moto says that can not be done on the x is being done....recovery done....roms are around the corner ...f u moto
I call BFD.
What moto warns about and cannot do, the modding community does.
Nothing to worry about, the gang will get anyone on it back to stock, or to the final release.
always sbf flash, which i have done now a few times. works like a charm , first time i freaked out bc it boot looped at the droid eye, but i just did a factory restore after i did the flash and bam worked like a charm
damit hit send, and like rx said someone will figure out something for the people on the leaked 2.2 to get to the release 2.2 or back to 2.1, hell more reason to install a custom rom at that point imo
I'm on 2.2 leaked, non-rooted and not concerned at this point... I'm pretty hopeful in believing that someone will have the "official" 2.2 and will have instructions for us leakers to "upgrade" our phones back to Stock 2.2.
Worst case scenario, I wait until 2.2 official is realeased, go back to stock 2.1, then do the OTA.
I guess my biggest issue would be having to wipe the handheld, though I have all my programs/settings documented so it would just be annoying to have to rebuild the widgets and setup the accounts again.
It's times like this when I really wish that Android had some sort of a Desktop Manager like my Blackberry did. The sweet thing in that software was that you could hit the "Change Device" button, hook your old phone up, back it up, then hook the new phone up and it would restore EVERYTHING to the new phone, right down to the notification settings and themes.
Anyone aware of a program that does that for Droid phones?
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