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  1. i'd like to know as well...but i think this needs to be developed by one of the programmers in our samsung community, the same way that they did it for the xperia community (there was one for another device but they modified it to make it work for the xperia)
  2. seriously man, i just read the previous posts and i can't believe what i just read!! To RcokDrepublic: is this your first time using a winmo phone? Have you been to the i8000 forums or even over at xda-dev? Chefs are cooking roms with the same built and releasing them the same day as well and i'm sure it's not a matter of "competition" as you're stating. Chefs are cooking roms for their own (and ours) enjoyment and benefit and as thunder stated (and i'm sure daskalos would say the same thing) both roms are completely different beside from the same built number...I think it's a good thing that we have more chefs coming up for variety and more choices, no reason to say that they're "competing" against each other
  3. WHATS TASK29\MTTY when u flash a rom, you are copying files onto the internal memory (like duh!) but if u repeatadly flash different roms, sometimes files from older version stays behind as when u flash a rom, you just copy and sometimes overwrite files without deleting the older ones. hence at times these older files may create bugs\instability. hardrest donot always fix it.so we use MTTY
  4. here are some additional information about task 29 for the xperia x1: http://ip208-100-42-21.static.xda-develope...ad.php?t=649230
  5. is that the same as task 29? I mean on my previous HTC phone, there was the option to "clear storage" in settings as well as to do a combination of key presses to format internal memory but from what i've read about task 29, it completely wipes out the internal storage, even the OS/ROM installed is wiped out. I did it on my previous HTC phone and it would only boot until splash screen (OS/ROM wiped out). I would then install the OS/ROM of my choice and the difference is evident in performance. With the dialing numbers you presented, the phone would still boot its current OS/ROM
  6. Is there something like task 29 for our omnias? It's suppose to completely wipe out the internal/phone memory (something like a reformat) so when you install a new rom, it's suppose to perform faster/better. The reason being that whenever we flash different roms, there apparently are small remains of the older roms that can eventually make our phones unstable...anything? or perhaps someone could develop this for our omnias?
  7. Is there something like task 29 for our omnias? It's suppose to completely wipe out the internal/phone memory (something like a reformat) so when you install a new rom, it's suppose to perform faster/better. The reason being that whenever we flash different roms, there apparently are small remains of the older roms that can eventually make our phones unstable...anything? or perhaps someone could develop this for our omnias?
  8. Actually, I have been using version 2.43...mine was a typo... for sent notification, use advance config under messages, there's an option to remove sent notification
  9. How about resproxy? seems that it makes the fone even faster by some caching...does take up RAM though. jackleung over at xda-dev xperia x1 forums uses it on his roms
  10. Here's mine. I've had a windows mobile phone for quite a while and applied some tweaks from previous phones. Dont know if they work but I still applied them...fone's quite fast actually... BASIC: - Daskalos B7610 6.5 Build 21916 (Daskalos/6.5) - Megalite - WWEnglish TWEAKS: - below are tweaks that made my xperia x1 faster. I applied them to my b7610, seems to work...PS. This tweaks reduces your ram by 8MB File System Cache: Enabled File System cache size: 8mb File system filter cache: 16384 sectors Glyph cache: 32 kb - I did not install any cabs for my tweaks as I do them all using Advance Config Tool - overclocked to 952Mhz - Disabled start menu This set up makes my b7610 blazing fast!! You wont notice it a first but after a while (the more you use, the more you'll notice the improved speed). After a day's usage, I still have about 70MB RAM left INTERFACE CUSTOMISATION: - Basic titanium TODAY SCREEN: - as stated above, basic titanium LOCKSCREEN: - S2U2 v2.4. I disabled all other services in S2U2 and just left out the lock and sms notifications (no caller ID, reminders, S2P integration, auto EXEs, etc active) OFTEN USED TOOLZ: - Total Commander - Samsung clock - Facebook - FingerKeyboard (smaller footprint than Samsung XT9) - Quick Menu - Ervius SIP selector ADDITIONAL TOOLZ: - Samsung Dialpad (for video calling) - Samsung settings PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: - to try to look for (or convince any b7610 chefs out there) an extendir megalite rom with Resproxy integrated ADDITIONAL NOTES: as stated above, even with the speed tweaks and the samsung dialpad installed, after a day's usage I still have 70MB of RAM left. Soft reset, brings it to about 79-82 MB
  11. just tried the LIGHT 2 version but it doesnt seem to boot, screen is black
  12. by the way, have you heard of extendir? Any chance this could get incorporated into b7610 roms? I heard good feedbacks about it over at XDA-Dev but I'm not sure if it will work on b7610 roms (also the fact that i'm not a rom chef :P )
  13. Thanks but I'm gonna have to pass :P I'm more into 6.5 than 6.5.x....Hope you dont mind :D
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