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Discussion in 'Droid Polls' started by DF Smod, Sep 17, 2010.
155 Votes-119,603 Members, still a long way to go :wink:
Stock X waiting for 2.2. (Running LP Plus)
I just really wonder how much of a difference I'll see in performance and battery life with 2.2 vs 2.1.
What are some things I'll notice right away?
I feel you will notice a difference in your battery life. I was able to see a difference even though I only had the phone for a few days. Operating gmail is easier. Automatic downloads for updating apps. Just an all around smoother feel than 2.1.
Droid 1, Rooted, ROM'd, and Overclocked!
I'm not eligible for an upgrade for another 15 months, so this one will have to do. Kind of too bad, though. My mother needs a phone and I hate signing a contract for 2 years just so she can get some crappy second- or third-tier voice phone that doesn't even have Bluetooth. Heck, I can get a TracFone with Bluetooth!
i have an incredible and i want to root it, but i still havent found a good reason to. i rooted my droid1 the day the root went public, but i love the incredible (and sense) exactly how it is (except i'd like the optical joystick to wake up the phone)
Droid 1 rooted. sapphire!
Lovin my droid 1 rooted. Would really like a droid x though!!!
What I find interesting is that apparently there are twice as many rooted Droid 1 users on here as there are stock Droid 1 owners, and there are currently no Eris, Evo, Milestone, or Devour users.
I wonder if that means all the posts in those forums are from ghosts! :icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek::icon_eek:
Rooted Droid 1. Works well for my needs but I still want a newer model cant upgrade till Feb 2011
This is a good poll, I hope we at least get 20,000 or more votes. Maybe this should be posted in all subforums so that everyone can see it for a little while just to spread the word.
By the time it is all said and done, there will be probably 10 times or more rooted droid 1 users at least voting than stock droid 1 users. I believe this will be the case because I think most users that come to this forum wind of rooting there phones once they discover what rooting enables them to do. I came here with no intention of rooting because I didn't even know that existed and now I'm rooted. I think a lot of droid 1 users will fall into this category, especially with apps like Easy Root taking the guess work out of rooting a phone.