If so then try flashing 'Alternate Recovery' at the bottom of RomMahnager (SPRecovery 0.99.3b)..then flash back to ClockWork 126.96.36.199
LMAO... all that because a little bit of code was sticking around from only 1 flash. OK.. now moving forward
Let's let that get done and while you are waiting go here Links to Froyo Roms and Kernels and Baseband Updates [Source+Leaks] and see what ROM you want.
I will tell you that what I see alot is JRummys Lithium Mod, Sapphire, Bugless Beast (what I use), Ultimate Droid, Cyanogen and the occasonal Liquid Frozen Yogurt and SUcculent Desire.
But keep in mind my usage pattern on this board would/may/may not be different if I were running something besides the BB and that list might be different.
Last edited by xkape; 08-13-2010 at 10:54 AM.
WOW ok, backup complete, all that for just a backup! alright see im a fast learner! right? lmao, well i feel like im learning, so its rebooted with the backup. whats the next step?
remember, wipe data when changing ROMs, but no need to wipe when changing themes and kernels.
Also, only use themes and kernels that are compatible to the particular ROM you are running...
Couple of tips about changing ROMs... You will need to resync with your GMail account to reload your contacts and apps.
And if you need to update your Baseband then you'd need to reactivate *228 afterwards, no worries though since it's a pretty simple process.
Slow down man, you can't do it all in 10 minutes
Pick a ROM 1st. It's good to do this and use it for awhile (couple hours, day, week) to see how the ROM effects your phone and how you use it.
ANd by the way, most of those ROM's are already running between 800mhz and 1Ghz as is.