[Release] Atlantis Blue 2.2 Froyo

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  1. stratt

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    Told you it would be worth it. Froyo is very funny about kernals. Each phone runs differently on Froyo.
     
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    Tried flashing this and kept getting FC's on the launcher. I couldn't even get into anything.

    EDIT : Went back into SPR and wiped 3 times. Reinstalled. Everything works now. Sorry for the premature post!
     
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    That's interesting. Did u wipe data and cache before loading?
     
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    I didnt originally bc usually when switching between 2.2 ROMs its not needed. But after I did it loaded up no problem... Question though stratt.. Any reason for not displaying battery status in battery ?
     
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    This is a theme of Woodyman's Froyo, u would have to ask him. Do u like it so far?
     
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    Yes it runs quick and smooth... just got give it some time to adjust so I can test the real power of it. I like the theme bc the stock theme always just bores me. But it runs nice so far, Ill push it harder once I give it a chance to settle in
     
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    apps2sd supported??????
     
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    yes it is.
     
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    That is nice:)
     
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    Followed your instructions exactly, except I didnt wipe data and cache, then Tried to install this and got "error, exited with status 25", so I wiped data and cache twice and tried again and got the same error message.

    any ideas?

    Lewis
     
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    In SPrecovery... Open Nandroid folder. The folder should be named..."atlantisblue2.2release-BS-20100622-0249". There shouldn;t be any other folders inside of that folder... only "system", "boot", and "nandroid" should be inside "atlantisblue2.2release-BS-20100622-0249". did u extract that folder from the zip into ur nandroid folder?
     
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    Wow, that was fast! you got me before I could edit! I posted, then decided to do a search on the internet and found that there may be an extra folder, so I took a look and sure enough, there was an extra folder inside!

    Sorry for wasting your time, I have never loaded a rom in this manner, so somewhere in the process I screwed up. Phone just booted up so its time to play.

    thanks, Lewis