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  1. I had reboots, but only when my network coverage dropped. It happened to me 5 times in a row driving up/down the M40 around Oxford. At the time I had my Preferred network mode set to WCDMA only. I changed it to GSM / WCDMA auto and I've never seen it again. Hope it helps, but can't promise anything.
  2. MCR r8 development archive

    I've just had a couple of 450Mb builds on Delia too. Modified settings to default: JBed Java - selected AdFree - selected TrackPad Wake Only - selected Advanced 802.11 N - selected A2SD+ - selected Disable 802.11N WiFi suppor - Deselected OpenVPN support - selected
  3. MCR r8 development archive

    When I ended up with zero free space on the SD card, I just copied everything off it to PC, formatted the SD, then copied everything back. No need to wipe and everythings been great.
  4. r3.1 to Froyo

    I'm sure there are posts here or at XDA all about it. Basically you just put your ROM on the SD card, run ROM manager then choose your ROM to install. Job done.
  5. Market not updating apps (MCR r6)

    I have had no such issues on r5 with App2SD+ having moved from a pre-r3.1 ROM, but I did have to format my sd card (not mess with the partitions at all) as the phone thought I had no space available on their. I copied everything off it and then back on after and alls hunky dory.
  6. MCR r8 development archive

    I went from a version older than r3.1 to r5 and didn't do a wipe, though I did need to backup my SD card, then format it (not change any partitions), then restore everything. The ROM was fully functional, apart from reporting 0 space on the SD card, so I couldn't install from Market, save files to SD or write to it in anyway, anything already present could though be opened.
  7. MCR r5 archive

    Both mostly off, obviously - I defy any phone to lose 1% per hour when connected, specially phones that sync much stuff. I've had 30 minutes of calls and 20 minutes of Wifi browsing along with the checking time and general fiddling with it.
  8. What radio do i flash for 2.2 MCR r5?

    I flashed the one with modaco additions and Apps2sd+ and it didn't have a radio.
  9. MCR r5 archive

    I'm on 32.42.00.32U_5.09.00.08 and have only lost 14% battery in the last 15 hours. Seems pretty good to me.
  10. MCR r5 archive

    I've just jumped to the new prebake with Apps2SD+ from the original ROM that was included with the first Root method. Only problem so far has been having to reselect an APN in order to get mobile network working. I didn't wipe or anything. Great job. I'll have to sign up for a paid account after payday as way of thanks, Paul!
  11. MCR r5 archive

    Those 2 there would cause battery drain. Granted you need mobile network for your work email, but most of the time Auto Brightness is FAR too bright. Have it on Auto while you're out and about, but set it on a lower manual setting when you're indoors. Most of the day mine is between 9% and 15% and the battery lasts for 40hours without any particular care.
  12. Desire Car cradle

    Brodit will be releasing passive and powered versions of their holder in the next week or so. I've used them for years and they're excellent. You get 1 proclip specifically for your car that fits into the dash without screws or stickers or anything, then just mount your phone holder into that. I'm awaiting the release of the Desire one, which will be my 4th.
  13. Play Lemmings on your Pocket PC

    Works for me on Touch HD, with one caveat. I get a black screen problem whenever I save changes to settings, requiring a battery pop. Once restarted everything is hunky dory.
  14. The GM 730 actually has a WQVGA screen according to that microsite

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