I was almost ready to go back to Froyo until I read this post
I have been having a ton of issues with Chevy 5.2:
Maps not staying open, just auto closes when I start searching
Oxymoron - Which 1.1 kernel did you use? Ultra Low Voltage/Low Voltage/Medium Voltage?
I am going to try a few different kernels before I go back to froyo.
I used the deprimed kernel on cm7 and I used the slayher kernel and pete's new kernel on the GPA roms, none automatically picked up data after loss of connection. Maybe my droid just doesn't like gb. When I get some downtime I will try Liquid.
Ss 5.2 with 800mhz lv makes my droid run soooooooo much better then it ever has
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It seemed to have something to do with the Ultra Low voltage Kernel. I have been using the Medium Voltage kernel since my last post and havnt had any issues with using maps or anything else.
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, but I forgot about this thread. I am running the lv 1.1Ghz. Anything above 1.1 caused bootloops. I tried some of chevys ulv kernels too, but my droid wouldn't even fully boot with those. All of the mv kernels I tried worked well for me, but I get battery life from the the lv ones.
Glad you got yours all sorted out. I don't think I'll be going back to Froyo now that I've been running GB for awhile.... unless it's SS 4.96.
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I'm another one of those people to say that I went back to Froyo for awhile. Well, I got back on the Gingerbread horse yesterday, and I will confirm what others have said in that SS 5.2 is running great for me. I think I've only had one force close, and it was an app and had nothing to do with the ROM. I'm using the stock kernel at 800MHz, and it's extremely snappy. I'm sorry this doesn't help the OP, but Chevy has another satisfied customer.
Get away from CM7. It's not good, and it never was.
Peter Alfonso (the guy behind Bugless Beast) has an outstanding AOSP Gingerbread ROM that I have been running for a long time.