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  • Your Current Device(s) ZTE Racer
  1. EbookDroid is best - search in the market. It can deal with table of contents, you can zoom in and it remembers your zoom settings for that book, most importantly it displays the text etc as is, unlike the native reader.
  2. The tethering works (I'm using it now!) but sometimes you need to reboot. I tried 'wireless tether' but it seems to want to use wep rather than a stronger protocol - which is strange, 'cause on my old ZTE Racer it uses pka (?) (I still use it as a modem, even though the screen is broken - use Myphoneexplorer - it's free!), also on cyogenmod 7. Anyway, all problems, I've found, can be worked out. The point, I think is, that, with this hardware, the lighter weight of Gingerbread is probably best - no?
  3. Dakok, I like your pic, John Lennon, my hero. (My mother knew himm back in the day). Anyway, this rom is pretty good. A Gobackup from ics won't work but AllBackup is fine. Thanks, Dakok.
  4. Swapping RAM?

    You are probably right Dalyer but coming from symbian androids aggressive memory management gets annoying- hence the wish for a swap. As I say, an illusion also.
  5. Swapping RAM?

    Btw, I used the internal emmc to place the swap.
  6. Swapping RAM?

    I tried using swapper2 (not £5 - free) and although in terminal it showed swapp on ( type "free" under su) it made absolutely no difference in performance or multitasking , unlike with my old galaxy mini. Try zram, probably better.
  7. Thanks, Tillaz, that was what was needed. If enough people test this out and it proves fully functional, I think that a real breakthrough. I haven't tested Grt yet - not had time but in principal it should work. Why GB? The question is why not? There are perhaps security issue of which Daz might inform us but this is a single core Machine overclocked to 1 ghz (from 800 - its optimal state) with 1/2 gb ram - ain't to special. Why not? I use my ayce data to tether and its just to slow on gb.
  8. Bloody android keyboard - I was trying to until my cps fup I was going to test Grt a modded version of which I have on my sd. What a day!!!
  9. Sorry, Dakok, for not replying - had a ma our cup on these PCs ( actually cause I threw hem out of window - wanted to!). Yes, that was my procedure and no, I haven't tested it further than I explained. Until the crack up today I was going to test further - I have a modded Get waiting on my SD. We shall see!
  10. not. i repeat not, taking credit!! I' m typing on my old gb - eh!
  11. By the way, I'm taking credit, except for testing, but just thought it needed to be flagged. Appropos Dazzasso, what files deal with the radio in gb? How is it so simple to add a file to 2030 and have connectivity?
  12. It was the rom - my old cwm backup function fine.
  13. Btw, I also tested Semental GB kernel for over-clocking on the cm beta from anshi and it worked too!!, The only problems I had with that cm was 1) I couldn't wireless tether, whatever app I used; and, 2) mass storage was mounted as a rom with read only properties. Is that the rom or something else? Must test.
  14. From anshi forum and Dakok, it seems any GB will work on 2030 (ICS) baseband if injected with the right, extracted from an ics system/lib and pasted on the same in GB. Yes, at first I was skeptical, so I tested it out. First with the network working cm from anzshi (beta 1) and it worked perfectly!, and, second, with an old cwm backup I had when I'd merely my GB new phone - it works. No brick (don't believe that is possible, unless you drop a brick on it!), no fuss. It works!. Therefore, what I suggest, after some testing, that all old GB roms, such as Grt, do this and we won't have to 'downgrade, upgrade' etc. What do you think? NB With the old cwm backup I restored, whilst in recovery (6027), before I booted it, I used aroma fm (1.80) file browser to copy and paste the, then booted.

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