Pete, when should we expect one? I really want to to try GPA13 but i am waiting for a BB version.
Give the guy a break... I don't think he gets enough donations to make a living at this (hopefully soon Pete eh?) He just put out GB and updated it three times PLUS figured out and compiled some nice kernels. Even a machine needs a break and some downtime once in a while.
Moto Droid Maxx... Stock... for now!
Moto Droid Razr... 4.1.2 JB OTA installed and rooted using Matt's Utility... Thanks Matt!
Moto Xoom WiFi ... 4.2.2 JB Ported by Dreamcwli
Moto Sliver Bluetooth
Moto S11-Flex HD Wireless Stereo Headphones... Thanks Droid Forums!
No kidding, gpa13 is the best gingerbread rom yet and the 600Mhz kernel flies. I don't care if he never makes a bugless version I'm content with what he has now. I figure once he has all of the bugs worked out of the stock version he will get to it.
But "WHY THE RUM?!"
"But WHY THE RUM?!!"
Difference Between Android 2.2 (Froyo) and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) | Difference Between | Android 2.2 (Froyo) vs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
If you want extra customizable features (ie. choosing AOSP boot animations vs. Droid Eye; built-in CPU scaling, other stuff in the toolkit), go for .6.2.1. If you want to try Gingerbread and can go without the customizations in Bugless (one major complaint it seems is the lack of battery percentages on the batter icon - which is logical, since it's stock), GPA13.
*Edit* More "specific" differences between BB .6.2.1 and GPA13 (based on the fact that they're different versions of Android) is that Gingerbread is more aggressive with memory management and app killing, and when running it on the D1, needs a fairly high clock speed (600MHz seems to work well) to not be laggy.
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