I'd Like to Thank Koush for Suppling two of........

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  1. JimMariner

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    I'd like to thank Koush for suppling the Rescue Squad, two copies of his ROM MANAGER, Free of Charge, So that the RS can get up to speed on how best to help the membership in their endeavorers using this Software.

    Give the Squad a little bit of time to become familiar with ROM MANAGER.
    I am sure with hands on use, they will understand it more fully shortly.
     
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    That was VERY nice of him. I might have to get a copy of it and play around with it myself to see what I can get from it. Not many of the squad uses ROM MANAGER anyway, so him doing that was a very generous thing.
     
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    Well, I already bought my copy because I decided to come back from stock (wanted to have knowledge of returning to stock using dmupdater) and i heard tell that Bugless beast was available via rom manager, so I'll go ahead and let other members of the squad take advantage of Koush's kindness. It's definitely shaping up to be just about the best utility for rooted Droids.
     
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    Thanks Koush. As a member of the RS the more we understand the tools the better we will be prepared to assist other members.
    Mike
     
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    Thanks for the donation Koush. I got my subscription about a week ago. You're constantly updating it and making it better. My only request would be to have a shortcut to allow you to go back to stock, sort of like DM does.
     
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    I thank koush and the DF staff for getting these copies out to assist the community. This kind of collaboration help the forum improve and look forward to seeing more of this type of work in the future.
     
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    Agreed! Rom Manager has started some seriously AWESOME collaboration, and I'm looking forward to see where things go!

    What I think would be epically awesome would be if users could pick/choose element of different roms within rom manager and then be able to install exactly what they wanted from each!

    Maybe in the future...For now, this is DEFINITELY the next step in making things a LOT more simple whether you've been switching roms all along, or you're new to the root game!
     
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    Koush did a good job with rom manager. After using cyanogen mod 5.0.5 for the past 4 days,I can say this Rom runs cooler and smoother.
     
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    Done and done!
     
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    Oh man...Koush is gonna take over the Droid world and make EVERYTHING so easy that we won't even need the rescue squad! Haha!
     
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    So, since my researching of Koush's "Rom Manager", And him donating to the Squad, I pulled the trigger and bought a copy for my personal use.

    I really like how easy he has made it for us. I like the UI. The purchase was painless as all my purchases through Market have always been. I like the customization on the fly while picking the rom you want to install.

    So far, I am liking this very much !!! :icon_ banana:

    And Again Koush, Thank You For Supporting the Rescue Squad !!!
     
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    From what I've seen from using it so far it looks very simplified. I will mess with downloading a ROM later because the connection at the school here is horrible.