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Discussion in 'Android News' started by mth04, Jun 5, 2010.
You have to have root because this requires using a custom recovery image.
Thats weird i thought froyo was supposed to make everything faster.
I believe the kernel has a source code that makes it be known where the build was made. So whoever released their kernel could potentially lose their job to the fact that something got leaked for the real build of Froyo for the Droid. Its a good thing they decided to do so.
Strange worked for me perfect using Clockmod.
What am I doing wrong? I downloaded the nandroid backup. extracted it to the clockworkmod/backup folder, go into recovery, nandroid and select it, and all i get is a MD5 mismatch!
scratch that. just activated setcpu and overclocked to 800mhz and my phone flies now. linpack now over 12
No WiFi is a deal breaker for me. Need to access my network. Pretty cool though.
got the md5 mismatch but rebooted anyway and it worked...
I understand, I'm not trying to get anyone to lose their job over a rom. so its more like the "base kernel" like the one for the os itself? This is not the same as the kind we can flash for overclocking and such correct?
For me it's still synching as well and so far its super slow for me too like if im running 250mhz lol.. I will wait for Synch to be finished then reboot as well. Also i did not do a DATA/CACHE wipe. I might have to redo it
What is everyone's experience so far as performance goes?
What do you mean? For me it says it as soon as i select the backup file. Did it do the samefor you or did it go through the whold process and then gave you the mismatch? if it did the same for you will you tell me exactly what you did?