Guys relax. 99% of froyo roms have built in scripts to prevent an ota update from showing on your phone or even promting you about it.
Don't worry, you won't be asked every 30 min. It just comes down to whether you want to try it or not
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My only thought is this in reguard to the OTA:
Size, has more code been trimmed out of it, excess code ...
Performance, although it is still FRG01B, can we verify that it is the same code? There might have been minor tweaks made between that leak and the OTA, not enough to warrent a name change, but a change never the less.
Otherwise, I'm well enough to leave it as is until 3.0 (or 2.3 update5 ...)
Love the Macaw. I have a Hahns. As far as the update. It will never hit your phone. It only goes to phones that don't have 2.2 on them as of now. When I first rooted on 2.0.1 it would prompt me every 30 to move to 2.1. I then went to ROM manager and got a rooted 2.1 and all was good.
Im even more confused.. there is an SBF for SPRecovery.. and all the 2.2 ROMs out for the most part have already been rooted. Take into account the ability to use SDK for android and do a push... why is everybody crying about loosing root when the nut has already been cracked? If it tells you mandatory then just do the thing and re-root it and go on about your life
The ONLY glitch I can think of and I havent seen this brought up before directly is that the locked bootloader in the Droid X is a result of a chip (Im trying to recall specifics but failing) that was supposed to already be on the D1. So as I said if my trivia is correct the only glitch I can see is if the official OTA starts to make use of the locked bootloader. But then that isnt even a glitch as the DX has been gotten around as well so it will just take a bit of time to do a revamp of the current rooting methods and its all good.
I was on a 2.0.1-based BB ROM when 2.1 came around, and never once got nagged about it. It was mandatory too, wasn't it?
Right now I primarily use a 2.1-based UD ROM, and I'm not expecting any update nags in the future. I tell my phone when it's time to upgrade, not the other way around.
Last edited by OSX2000; 07-31-2010 at 10:25 AM.
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