Where can I find an updated list of what currently works and what doesnt?

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    Making the switch from Liberty .08 to CM7

    Okay well in that case I guess I'm considering making the jump to CM7.
    Just a couple of questions though,
    1. In the sticky it says I can now install it from Gingerbread. Does that mean I have to go back to stock gingerbread or can I install it from Liberity .08 gingerbread?

    2. the nightly build that everyone is using is CDMA_shadow. Is that the one I should be using if I have droid X? or should i use droid2 builds? What is shadow?

    3. How is the connection/ 3G compared to liberty? Speed/connectivity is top priority for me

    Thanks


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    Title: Where can I find an updated list of what currently works and what doesnt?

    i checked the main thread for nothing about whats working on the 1st post
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    Only thing I know that doesn't work is the HDMI which is with all AOSP ROMs. Everything else works.

    CM74DX
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    You must be on Froyo to install it. There is a prep zip you can use that is in the ChevyNo1 SSX section, so you don't have to sbf.

    I haven't seen any change in data speed, other than the fact that everything seems faster.

    CDMA_Shadow is the Droid X.

    CM74DX
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    Oh so thats that option 2 for in the sticky then?

    Also, no change in data speed but everything seems faster? not sure what you mean by that
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    From personal experience, "faster" means that the user interface is more responsive, opening apps is quicker, and the overall experience of using the Droid X is much smoother compared to stock and some other roms.
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    Exactly. That and the benchmark scores using Quadrant are a lot higher. Around 1600 on a GB ROM vs 2300+ on CM7. Consistently.

    MIUI
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    yah the speed is pretty friggin impressive on cm7. though 3g does have issues sometimes.