rubiXFocused1.9.5

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  1. Lazermissile

    Lazermissile New Member

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    Hey, love the ROM, using 1.8.9.

    Just signed up to let you know, and to ask about this rubiXFocused1.9.5 I found on epicroms. is this for 2.2.1 and is it stable? Just wondering because it looks like it was just uploaded to the server a couple hours ago.

    (side note kinda hijacking my own thread here sorry: I read that it's normal for the build number to read as 1.8.6 if you have 1.8.9 installed, but is it normal for the android version to be 2.2.1 as well? )

    anyhow thanks for a great ROM, keep up the great work. gonna throw a donation your way on payday.
     
  2. vzninja

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    rubixFocued 1.9.5???! Where exactly did you find this on epic roms? Epicroms.com just takes me to their blog.
     
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    he probs means drod.epicroms.com, but if i were you guys i would wait for drod to make an official thread before i touch it, there could be things you need to know first.
     
  4. Lazermissile

    Lazermissile New Member

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    ya thats where i found it. I wasn't planning on installing it, too happy with 1.8.9 right now.

    Android freaks are all about leaking info early, just doing my job lol.
     
  5. scubieman

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    Many developers only post their ROMS to one site so they can update the community with issues/fixes/ or future/better releases. I would highly recommend not to use a RUBIX ROM from other sites. Other developers have there home droid site. Choose roms only from developers home web site.
     
  6. Lazermissile

    Lazermissile New Member

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    lol that is where he posts his files... -_-
     
  7. EvilDobe

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    So... did ya try it?
     
  8. Lazermissile

    Lazermissile New Member

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    nope. I'm running 2.2 so just an estimated guess going by his current naming scheme it might be for 2.2.1
     
  9. cruckus

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    What is rubixS0.1
     
  10. kennydied23

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    I see he uploaded a bunch of stuff like rubixS0.1 and rubixLowBlurry and rubix focused 1.9.5 today. Probably unstable but hey it's something to flash.
     
  11. cruckus

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    i didnt flash anything just because i dont feel like messing with sbf and ive already had two messed up phones
     
  12. humungus

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    rubikS0.1 is a fascinate rom, so it's probably best not to flash it. In fact, everyone should probably just stay out of that folder. Drod updates frequently and doesn't release public betas/RCs. This ensures that the releases are relatively bug free. I'm sure the last thing he wants is people flashing betas without his knowledge and having problems.