Anyone know where I can get themes for a Droid running stock ESE81 (rooted). I have seen themes for stuff like aHome or Panda Home, but I don't care for those. I like using LauncherPro or ADW.Launcher, but I don't know of any themes that can be either of those and stock ESE81. would love to find a dark "glass" type theme. I would however be cool with something simple that looked like the stock theme, but had a black or dark grey status bar.
I understand that it is an update designed specifically for the Droid, but apart from having a Droid specific baseband (which can be flashed separately) is there actually any reason to base ROMs on ESE81 instead of ESE53 or ERE25?
As the title suggests, is it possible to add/implement apps2sd into an ESE81 ROM? This is the only feature CM offers that I am really after... I understand of course the kernel also has to allow for this, which AFAIK the regular ESE81 kernels do not do as of yet..
If not, hopefully CM for Droid gets more refined/polished specifically for the Droid itself soon..
Running perfectly. Very fast, responsive and smooth. I would suggest, however, to make the stock "Home" app your default desktop app the first time you boot up the new 2.1 update. Then you can test your theme in SH to make sure that it's all good. 2.1 has the Live Wallpapers (which seems very smooth, btw), but SH does NOT support them yet.
I'm running NexBeast ESE81 OC'd to 1100mhz (Running idle around 23c). I've had no issues whatsoever and, in fact, have been on this ROM since the day it was released (a record for me). However, this morning my phone was fully charged and sitting on my desk when it suddenly dropped to 5% charge. I panicked, rebooted the phone, and it now says 70% charged. What could have caused this? I searched and found someone had a similar issue but no one seemed to know a fix. My phone is running fine now, but I want to avoid further issues.
I am sure there will be a ton of new post's once the OTA 2.2 actually releases so I want to get this out there now. If I download the OTA 2.2 and decide to root but something goes wrong I know I can flash the SBF to 2.1 but how would I get the OTA 2.2 back? Will the phone prompt me that an update is available when it is stock 2.1?
New to Android & SmartPhones, Having a blast, but want to understand why use an Application Launcher vs. stock ? I have searched this forum but didn't find the underlying reason or short comings of "stock"
Since I installed handcent (luv it) I too have noticed I am getting duplicate messages each time a new message comes in. I get one notice on the status bar from handcent and one from the default text app. Is there anyway to disable the stock app?
I noticed that the contact pictures that are being used aren't those in my contacts (they have the FB pics) instead they are using the contact pictures I have up on Google in my contacts. Is there anyway to change that? Also, the box around the image makes the image very small, anyway to get rid of that?
i completly deleted the stock messaging app, ive been using Handcent, but now im having issues with Handcent sending mms so i looked it up and im not the only one. but it seems that people are still able to use the stock app to send mms. before i got handcent i was using the stock app and it was working fine.where can i get the stock app from? i am rooted and do not have the stock app backed up.
Right now Im on stock 2.1 rooted. A few little issues I had with other ROMs and overclocking are totally gone which is great. I would like to try some different kernels, however, to see if it was the ROM or just the kernels I was using.
Anyways, how do I get back to the stock kernel if I change to a different one? If I have a recent nandroid, can I just restore one of the partitions? I would like to retain all of my data throughout the process so Id like to avoid doing a full nandroid restore if possible should I have problems and just restore the kernel.
When I install LauncherPro it doesn't allow me to switch back to Stock without uninstalling LP. I've tried everything I can think of, including downloading the app Home Switcher, nothing seems to work. Has anyone else ran into this issue, or know how I can fix it?
On Monday night I put in an order for the car dock at verizonwireless.com. It said "In Stock!" and had free overnight shipping. I was happy.
Tuesday morning I get an e-mail from verizonwireless saying that the dock was back ordered. I called my local Verizon store to see if they had any. "I think they are our across the country" was the reply. I was sad...
I like the stock launcher the best, along with the Motorola widgets. Well actually, I just need the quick tasks for contacts, which is why I want the widgets. When I apply themes, is there any way to keep the stock launcher instead of the preinstalled ADW or LP? And if so, will this allow me to use the Moto widgets? Or are these widgets/Blur part of something else?
So I just purchased an incredible (couldn't resist lol).. And now I am trying to sell my droid on ebay (if anyone is interested let me know!), but whenever I used RomManager to revert back to stock image. I get an error and it fails. I have already ported my number over to my incredible, so I can only use wifi. So what other way is there to go back to stock so I can wipe the device and sell it. Or is there some other way that I am not thinking of? Something on the phone, like stock image I can flash through clockwork recovery and be done? (if so anyone have a link?)
I have a Droid with CM6 currently. I am thinking of giving the phone to my wife and getting a Droid X (unless someone here knows of a better phone). If I do this, I think it would be best for her to have an unrooted Stock Droid. I did this before with a Droid I had to send in: Unroot from Bugless .4 to Stock 2.1 But is there a 2.2 SBF to install? Or do I need to install 2.1 then wait for the update?
All files needed are available on my web site: Android - whiterabbit.org unless you still need to root your phone or downgrade to 2.0.1, the files needed for that will be linked to from those guides. The purpose of installing this way is to use the original OTA updates from Google, and only modify them enough to have root access. When you are done, you will have a system that is capable of installing the next OTA (gingerbread) when it arrives. Hopefully we will be able to patch it in the same way to keep root. This is only for people who don't want to run custom roms, but still want to have root.
My wife's stock, unrooted, Droid routinely scored in the 300s, right where a stock Droid should be. Now with 2.2, she hit 843, and 916--all without starting fresh from a reboot. Looks like some of the "smokin!" is true after all!
I don't know if its a sign I have a lot of stuff on my phone or what but it annoys me when I click the green messaging icon on the phone and it stalls for a second or two before opening or if I had been texting person A and I get another text from person B, when I tap the green icon it will open back up the Texting thread from person A instead! In that case, I have to exit out of all conversations before I can see the new text coming in from Person B!
I have used handcent long enough to like it more than the stock app. IM not sure how to remove the stock app from the phone. The problem i have now is when i receive a message i get it on both, and i always have the stock one showing in the notifications bar after i check the handcent.Any help with this would be appreciated.
I pulled the stock phone out of a stock rom i have, i tried swapping framework-res files. How in the heck do i install the stock Phone.apk? I just like the look better than any included in any rom i've had.
When I first got the phone I loved it. After playing around with it im pretty unhappy. Does anyone else think the stock browser is too slow? The gps never locks on n is always off. Anyway to fix these two annoying problems?