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    Ah well.
    Hopefully the good work done on Rubix will carry over.
    I do see some problems as far as fragmentation goes however...
    How are you guys going to maintain a rom on 5 or 6 different devices?

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    Good god, That's Glorious!
    I'm pretty excited.
    Are you going to discontinue Rubix afterwards?

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    A new team building roms from source across a number of devices (Droid 1, Droid X, Droid 2, Droid Incredible, Fascinate, Viewsonic GTablet, Nexus S, etc.)
    I don't know that I'll ever discontinue rubiX.

    rubiX has, and will continue, slowing down in production. Getting hard to maintain all these different devices, especially since I've been developing without a droid x since early december (the one I have doesn't count. no screen backlight, its mostly to make sure the rom boots before sending to testers)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Ah well.
    Hopefully the good work done on Rubix will carry over.
    I do see some problems as far as fragmentation goes however...
    How are you guys going to maintain a rom on 5 or 6 different devices?

    Quote Originally Posted by drod2169 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Good god, That's Glorious!
    I'm pretty excited.
    Are you going to discontinue Rubix afterwards?
    I don't know that I'll ever discontinue rubiX.

    rubiX has, and will continue, slowing down in production. Getting hard to maintain all these different devices, especially since I've been developing without a droid x since early december (the one I have doesn't count. no screen backlight, its mostly to make sure the rom boots before sending to testers)
    The system and kernel tweaks in rubiX will be included in Phoenix.

    Fragmentation will not be an issue, as it will be built from the latest android source, everything will be the latest, with the same changes throughout. Very similar to the way Cyanogenmod works.
    If you like my work, donations are welcome!
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    Wow I'm seriously stoked! I'm assuming you guys are stuck until the DX bootloader is cracked... or gingerbread is released officially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Ah well.
    Hopefully the good work done on Rubix will carry over.
    I do see some problems as far as fragmentation goes however...
    How are you guys going to maintain a rom on 5 or 6 different devices?

    Quote Originally Posted by drod2169 View Post

    I don't know that I'll ever discontinue rubiX.

    rubiX has, and will continue, slowing down in production. Getting hard to maintain all these different devices, especially since I've been developing without a droid x since early december (the one I have doesn't count. no screen backlight, its mostly to make sure the rom boots before sending to testers)
    The system and kernel tweaks in rubiX will be included in Phoenix.

    Fragmentation will not be an issue, as it will be built from the latest android source, everything will be the latest, with the same changes throughout. Very similar to the way Cyanogenmod works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Wow I'm seriously stoked! I'm assuming you guys are stuck until the DX bootloader is cracked... or gingerbread is released officially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Ah well.
    Hopefully the good work done on Rubix will carry over.
    I do see some problems as far as fragmentation goes however...
    How are you guys going to maintain a rom on 5 or 6 different devices?
    The system and kernel tweaks in rubiX will be included in Phoenix.

    Fragmentation will not be an issue, as it will be built from the latest android source, everything will be the latest, with the same changes throughout. Very similar to the way Cyanogenmod works.
    Nope. Thanks to cvpcs' hijack method, AOSP is possible. Gingerbread has been booted on the DX, but it's not functional. Very little hardware worked, and I'm not sure about 3G/SMS/MMS/Calls
    If you like my work, donations are welcome!
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    Awesome!
    But judging by your post there's probably a ton more work to do.
    Well it's not like I will be able to afford a new phone anytime soon so hopefully I'll still have my DX when it comes out.
    Anyway if there's any way i can help you guys out, testing and such I'd be glad to help. I'm not a complete tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowfoxXXX View Post
    Wow I'm seriously stoked! I'm assuming you guys are stuck until the DX bootloader is cracked... or gingerbread is released officially.

    Quote Originally Posted by drod2169 View Post

    The system and kernel tweaks in rubiX will be included in Phoenix.

    Fragmentation will not be an issue, as it will be built from the latest android source, everything will be the latest, with the same changes throughout. Very similar to the way Cyanogenmod works.
    Nope. Thanks to cvpcs' hijack method, AOSP is possible. Gingerbread has been booted on the DX, but it's not functional. Very little hardware worked, and I'm not sure about 3G/SMS/MMS/Calls
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