I just wanna kno what are some good apps to have on a rooted droid 2. If u could also give a brief description of the app.
Bootstrap Droid 2: Backup/restore, install .zip files and more
SetCPU: Allows of overclocking and underclocking, helps performance or battery
Uninstaller Root: Uninstall all apk files. Helpful for getting rid of system apks. ex. skype or calculator
Ad Free: Get rid of those annoying ads
Wireless Tether For Root: Broadcast WIFI from your phone
Root Explorer: Access any file on your phone, even system files
Titanium Backup is pretty popular...
Terminal Emulator is handy sometimes for cmnd prompt from phone...
Bootstrap & Root Expl are both very good.
Going to have to check out this Shootme app, the camera is one of the few things I gripe about on my D2...
I <3 Jrummy's Droid Overclock vs SetCPU~ it's totally sexy, UI is awesome and tons of extras with it which are super useful. Profiles are just wonderful~ extended my battery life big time.
Wireless Tether is a must.
Droid 2 Bootstrap is a must for rooted D2's. FACT not opinion
I would pick Droid 2 Overclock over SetCPU anyday. SetCPU has a tad delay when the phone is waking up which drives me mad. D2Overclock does not.
Titanium Backup is awesome.
TBH app is great for a lot of reasons...one being that have the SBF files required to return to stock provided in the app as well as things like the recent GB leak.
I can go on and on....I have 170 apps now after deleting 100 or more and I am still loving my app
But of course the best app of all is the DROIDFORUMS app.....gotta have that.
Go to work, send your kids to school, follow fashion, act normal, walk on the pavement, watch t.v., save for your old age, obey the law, don't ask questions, and repeat after me.....I am free.
Don't forget ad free, root tools, metamorph, my backup root and cache mate. Although some of the apps already mentioned like droid overclock do a host of things. Oh yeah, boot animation lite is good and battery calibration.
Sent from my rooted DROID2
I purchase apps I like and/or use often, but not all apps do this. Case in point: Angry Birds - the ad gets in the way of seeing where the bird goes, and it's frakking annoying. Breakin' my balls here, Rovio... I'd buy your most excellently addictive game if you'd let me.