Who is still rock'n the OG?

Discussion in 'Liquid' started by BrUhNiGGs, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. DarrellM5

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    Bought the GNex and couldn't be happier. I am still using my OG Droid quite a bit though as a multimedia device/alarm clock. I'm flashing Liquid 3.2 to it right now.
     
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    i was planning on holding onto my OG through the first couple months of the coming year, until the touch screen took a dump on me a couple days ago.

    got my Nexus today and i love it. bit of a battery hog, but so much faster than the OG.
     
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    Still rockin the OG. Running Project Elite 4.2. Gotta admit, I have come soo close to upgrading- but haven't. Just don't feel it yet. Current big 3 just don't seem to fit my needs.
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    Still rockin the D1 running Liquid. These ROMs have been smooth enough to keep me from wanting to upgrade. Even when my wife crossed over to the Dark Side and has been trying to convince me to get an iCrap!
     
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    who needs to upgrade when you can still get ics on your good ol' droid? running a super pre alpha ics and it actually runs pretty smooth for only being a week or so old... obviously needs quite a few bug fixes still but its getting there
     
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    I got the Galaxy Nexus on day one and couldn't be happier. Unlocked it and rooted as soon as I got it. Running my own build of CM9 right now!!
     
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    Honestly, I'd be right there with you if I wasn't already frustrated with RAM limitations. It seems as though the background apps that I really don't want to get rid of keep getting larger with every update. I've already had to give up on Widget Locker and ditch all of my home screen widgets. I would also love to be able to browse the web and play music at the same time without it skipping, the way I used to be able to do.

    Mind you, I think the device it's still flawless. It's just that the app ecosystem is really beginning to exclude us.

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  8. BrUhNiGGs

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    Sounds good but Im going to wait to try it until its at beta or a stable release. My droid is running too good with froyo right now. Dont wanna risk and flash anything else. Doing a nandroid backup doesnt give me that "fresh feeling" ya' know? :p

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    Yeah, its not too too far off though, the main things that need fixed are the camera, some graphics (3d graphics?), a more stable ics home launcher, and the call functionality needs worked on some not to mention many apps still need to update to run on ics still but the rom dev can't help that...otherwise it actually runs as good as or better than gingerbread...not too bad for like a week or 2 of development...I was planning on using it as a daily driver if the calling gets fixed a little...ics is pretty cool lol

    Supercharged tweaked Miui.us
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  10. Ozzie

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    It kinda feels like cheating...we get a look at ICS without just theming our Gingerbread roms...

    I know it's not prime time yet, but it's still fun.
     
  11. flamepanther

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    If you wanna think about it that way, don't forget D1 isn't even supposed to have Gingerbread, and that Gingerbread isn't really supposed to be themable by the user.

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    Yeah...if we listened to what the manufactures spoon feed us we wouldn't have any fun.
    Even more the reason to show support for our devs...imagine where we'd be without them
     
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