I am just curious about something. Now that .602/.605 is rooted, will we eventually not have to SBF back to Froyo to install custom ROMs(as long as the custom ROM is built on .602/.605)?
I really dig these asop ROMs without all the Verizon Blur garbage and right now it seems like all the ROMs that require you to be at .602 have that junk.
I am just thinking, for example, if the next version of Liquid came out based on .602 and those of us on Liquid 2.6 would have to SBF to .602 to install the next version, correct? Eventually, SBF to Froyo would be a thing of the past.
Absolutely correct. I have been bouncing around up on .602 for over a month now. Been using some blur ROMs, but CM7 (the unofficial ones from Revnumbers) and now MIUI are working on the same kernel as GB and they have been great for me. So I would guess once the official nightlies of CM7 make the transition to GB, that we may never need our froyo SBFs unless we just feel like it.
Well it is a gingerbread rom. But its not a blur one, it is an aosp (android open source project) one. The process that allows us to run it known as 2nd-init requires the same kernel as froyo.
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