Need help with this new update!

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  1. m1ss_BB

    m1ss_BB New Member

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    I have been reading through everyones posts to see how, but I still am confused. I saw that someone didn't like the new update (I believe its the Gingerbread, 2.3.3) as well and a responder posted about going back to the last recent update (Froyo?). My question is how do I uninstall the GB update and reinstall the one before that? I am aware it isn't the smartest thing to do since the newest updates keep your phone best protected, but I just can't stand this new one. My battery dies way quicker, everything responds slower/lags, and the way the whole theme is (everythings white!). If there is a complete alternative, like a launcher app and a way to keep my battery from dying within a day then I'm all for it. I just need help! Thanks:)
     
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    Well the only way to go back is by sbf.
    You'd need to install rsd lite and download the froyo sbf (2.2.6)
    Then with rsd lite you can flash the sbf.

    But if you are going through that trouble anyway then why not give CM7 a shot?
    Not only does it have amazing battery life, it also allows for some nicce themes.

    Read the topic posted by jackpotclavin in the roms board and follow instructions there.
    I'm not sure if the topic itself is updated to include the latest 1015 update. But if you wait til tomorrow I will provide the proper links if no one else has.



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    Ok thank you! I will give your ideas a try.

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