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Anyone at all?
So I'm running the leaked version of 2.2 on my Droid X.
Well, I noticed that my RSS widget and Social Networking applications aren't working....
As in paper?
Does anyone else have dust and other little particles in the cracks/edges of the screen?
Anything I can do to clean all of that out?
No, it will not unroot your device.
By "stock 2.2" I'm assuming you mean you will unroot your device, than install Android 2.2 (Froyo) once the OTA update is available? If so, than...
Have you tried ADW?
I can't really answer that, as I don't know what widgets you use. Basically if you have any widgets that update, such as weather widgets, news...
Based on what you said, that seems like fair battery life. Try these tips to extend battery life:
- Lower the screen brightness.
Google has not released the official version of Android 2.2 (Froyo) yet for the original Droid. You're only option is to flash a leaked version,...
Try Handcent or chompSMS.
Forgot to mention that; a few people also said they just kept trying to do it, and it eventually worked. :P
You didn't name it literally to "update.zip", did you? As in "update.zip.zip"?
Yes, but you might have to update to 2.1 manually, as some users have reported not receiving the update over-the-air.
Check this out:...
It very well might be your lack of signal strength (judging by "76% cell standby"); if the phone is always searching for a signal, it will drain...
2.0.1 .sbf file:
Check out this thread:
Yes, you can remove SPRecovery whenever you want to; just flash a 2.0.1 .sbf image using RSD Lite.
If you want more detail/explanation, let me know.
Having GPS "enabled" will not result in a noticeable battery drain, unless an application is actually using GPS-related services, in which case a...
Yes, you will still be able to install Android 2.2 (Froyo) on your device; if not over-the-air, than there's always manually.