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I've got ChevyNo1's 1250 ULV running smoothly. I guess it will vary per user.
ChevyNo1's section in ROM Manager has kernels that work well. I'm running the 1.25GHz Ultra Low Voltage without any problems.
Performance forces your phone to run at maximum cpu frequency at all times, so you will have slightly increased performance at the cost of battery...
You're not getting away with helix 2 at 600mHz I think.
Just a random thought, but are you using a task manager?
It's just my opinion, but I believe that the tight hardware integration and UI make the iPhone OS a better choice for the everyday user.
While I'm not entirely sure, logic dictates that a higher data bandwidth will result in better quality if using the same codec. Changing the data...
Eh, I've got nothing =P
Yes it should be
You can always .sbf restore and try again.
I have these and I'm getting these
I still carry my iPod touch everywhere because the Droid outputs a generous amount of static in it's audio...
I keep my iPod touch with me for gaming. The app selection is unparalleled and the UI is so friggin smooth.
I would have to vouch for the Seidio Innocase options for the Droid. They add very little bulk and feel very good in the hand.
I had some...
go into the phone and dial ##PROGRAM, then go to Vocode and choose EVRC-B, then hit back until you're back in the menu and choose data rates....
Hey Jim, if you would hop over to Cyanogen's twitter, I think you will find that cyanogen may not be returning.
Glad you're enjoying CyanogenMod. Cheers.
Administrative staff, this is disgusting.
I came to this forum for information and innovation. Not for this. I must reiterate once more due to the zealous pruning.
This is an issue of...
Credit is not necessary? This isn't a matter of a bunch of fanboys crying. It may have degenerated into that, but the core issue is one...
Random Apps/Code? Yeah... ok then. But hey, a little credit is all that was asked for.