rom manager

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    Is it worth paying $4 for?

    i recently rooted tonight and havent done anything because idk how to do all this stuff. basically i just want a cool theme without having all the fancy stuff the roms come with. may unroot soon.
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    I think it is once froyo settles in, it will be good. It was really good when it was 2.1 only, but they are updating like made which tells me they care.
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    What on the rom manager do i need to download. Im just wanting something simple.
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    no need to pay $4 for it since BB is now under the free section... just get dropbox on your phone from the marketplace and drop your kernels and whatnot into the dropbox folder and install them from recovery...

    i paid $4 awhile ago when 2.1 was just coming out and now i never use any of the premium content. if u wanna flash between roms like a mad man, then yes by all means pay for the app. cool to see what else is out there, but then again, u can snap a picture of the QR code and itll automatically download the rom for you too...
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    oh ok thanks.

    but whats a good rom to put on my phone? something simple
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    bugless beast v.04 with the newest source, install that and look for chevys kernels on this site and install one of them.

    my setup right now that i absolutely love is
    BBv.4
    chevyno1 1.2Ghz Low voltage kernel
    Nexthem for BB.4
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    Ok I'll check it out.
    Whats the best way to get back to stock 2.1 when the time comes?
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    under the rom manager free section theres the stock images folder, just go under there and find whatever stock nonsense you want. just flash it like u flash bugless beast
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    oh ok. on the stock images it says verizon droid 2.2 froyo leak... whats that do?

    sorry for all the questions, just trying to figure everything out.
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    im pretty sure thats the newest frf84b leak. the official source code that is gonna be verison 2.2 when/if its ever released by verizon in the near future...
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    Like others have already said, there's no need to get the paid version of rom manager, but it does donate to the developer which is always nice to do :) i got it as well when 2.1 was just coming out and it was really helpful, but now that bugless beast is in the free section i dont really use the paid section much.
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    Free version of ROM Manager works fine. The advantage you get by paying for it as I understand it are: Automated Backups, and a convenient online directory of ROMs accessible from the app.

    With the free version, you can still just select a ZIP file from your SD card. You have a lot of easy options for getting things there:

    1) Use Dropbox to send files from your PC to the phone
    2). Use the Browser on the phone to download files directly
    3). If you have Froyo, use Chrome-to-phone from Chrome (or firefox with chrome-to-phone add-on) to send a link to a file directly to the phone.

    Once you have the ZIP file on the phone, you just pick "install from ZIP". Not QUITE as convenient as picking the ROM name from a list, but this way isn't very difficult, and it's better to know what you're getting.
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