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  1. well have you figured out how to make a custom rom.....?

  2. Hi guys, Sorry about this post guys I think I figured this out. Please delete. Thanks DJHope
  3. I just saw this on another thread to run a test on the SD and mine passed with flying colours, maybe it would be good to try this first? I used these instructions- 1. Turn off your Streak 2. Hold down the camera button all the way, as you turn on your Streak 3. At the white screen, dial in the code “*#301#” – This will open the engineering mode that allows you to run individual tests. 4. Dial in ’10′ then press ‘Enter’ to run the ‘SD & SIM’ test 5. The “Internal SD” test should pass, and it should show “permanent write-nonprotect”. 6. If this fails, then you have one of the affected Streaks.
  4. Hi Guys, The only thing i would add that i had to do when i used the stable nandroid backup from here http://android.modaco.com/content/dell-str...t-battery-life/ i needed to upgrade the bootloader, otherwise i had randomly flashing LED's (very annoying). To do this you first need to install the dell streak driver from here: http://support.euro.dell.com/support/downl...tid=&impid= You need to get the 354 amss.mbn from here http://mirror2.streakdroid.com/manii/354/ You need to install the android SDK from here to get fastboot http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html You need to boot your streak in fastboot mode. Now my streak is working beautifully with decent battery life and so far more stable than the build i was on. Thanks Dave
  5. Sorry about the cryptic message and thanks to azzuran for clarifying. Yes that is tbe build I am now using. So far so good. Even better is that I am going to bed witb 60% battery since I installed that build :)
  6. I actually just used the mega stable build from a post not far down and restored it using nandroid. This is 10 times more stable so far. We will see. Thanks for your help.
  7. I am having the same problems, does anybody have an idiots guide for restoring to stock roms? I found a link to the pkg but it doesn't seem to take it using the restore function?
  8. Quick question.. I am now on Offical 2.2, what's the best way to move to Hyde 1.4? Will the clockwork flash work? Has anyone else tried it? Thanks Dave
  9. That's interesting i used 'mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system'
  10. Quadrant 1495 Neocore 30.6 Linpack 29.8 feels pretty smooth :)
  11. DJHope

    NEED a new keyboard!

    the black version of that droid x keyboard is a disaster (at least i found it was) stick to the normal / white one :)
  12. Thanks Andy i actually deleted my other prepay ones which seemed to solve the problems and then i saw your post!! :)
  13. DJHope

    NEED a new keyboard!

    For the Droid X keyboard to work properly on Froyo you need this repack of it.. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=764021 Works for me
  14. For the Droid X keyboard to work properly on Froyo you need this repack of it.. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=764021 Works for me :)
  15. I finally bit the bullet and installed Froyo, i am having a few issues with the build. Titanium backup was a complete disaster, almost none of my apps are working after restoring them, that's fine ill just reinstall them Navigation does not work, if i try to switch GPS on i immediately loose the 3G/HSDPA data connection so the thing doesn't load. Related to the above if i switch wi-fi on the 3G/HSDPA dies, i think this is a known issue. Thanks DJHope
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