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  1. GSM Based (US): GSM (1G) no data GPRS (2G) 56K Modem Speeds..slow data Edge (2.5G) 180Kbit isdn'ish speeds? Edge/EGPRS (2.75G) UMTS/WCDMA (3G) ~4 Mbit Max, effective speeds.. ~2.1 Mbit HSDPA/HSUPA (3.5G) ~10.2Mbit max, Effective speed..~5 Mbit HSPA+ (3.75G) 42Mbit Max, (T-Mobile deployed the 21 Mbit, Effective Speed..~10.2 Mbit.) ~~~ LTE Advanced (4G) Just a note: Sprint's "Evo 4G" is running on a WIMAX network, which the WIMAX standard for Mobile is considered to be 3.9G, hence, they're still 3G. So in actuality, no provider in the US has deplyed a TRUE 4G Network.
  2. LOL.. yes, and whats funny is that when you run the Quadrant Benchmark, the scores on that (Running Froyo w/Sense, off an SD Card) beats the crap outta CM Froyo on N1. Sad.. but true. I have both devices. So I'm stuck toggling between two devices. (HD2 has working FM Radio, larger screen, Sense Froyo 2.2, but somewhat poorer 3G performance, or the N1 with CM Froyo, no FM Radio, decent 3G.)
  3. New HTC keyboard is an "International Keyboard", (meaning one apk, with almost all international inputs in it.). It's not like in 2.1 where there are 2 diff input methods to choose from. I think easiest way is to wait for the 2.2 based rom to use it. You can't just "extract" the chinese portion out to use on 2.1 Based Roms. Try on the Froyo 2.2 r23 wip Rom, and you'll see what I mean. On the side note, I got 2.2 w/Sense and IKB working with All Chinese Inputs on my HD2 :D
  4. News widget/news displays UK news, and not US news lOl..
  5. Hey Paul. The custom ingredients is pretty useful, but I do have a question. Lets say I want to customize the "default.xml" in the "/system/customize/mns/" folder, and replicated the structure and zipped the file. When I bake the rom with that file uploaded, I noticed that the baked rom, now has 2 of the exact same file in that folder, instead of replacing/overwriting. Is it supposed to work like that? If not, would it be possible to do an overwrite when file already exists? Thanks!
  6. I'm in NY, NYC... Even so, It depends on area within NYC, some areas still suck, but overall it's pretty damn fast. We have HSPA+ turned on here finally. I hit 5.6 Mbit/sec DL a few times, highest I ever got, too bad N1 does not support full HSPA+ Unless the Radio Update screws up people who lives in a HSPA+ enabled area, who knows. :rolleyes: And yea, screw the Droid/Verizon, TMOB FTW! I don't care what those commercials says, but in NYC, TMOB has the fastest 3G!
  7. It seems that the radio included with the Froyo update will cap your bandwidth on T-Mobile. If you own a N1 for use on T-Mobile, I suggest using the one w/o Radio Update. I've tested this with 4 N1's, 2 with new Radio, 2 Without, all at same spot running speedtest, over 10 or so tries. I get about 3.5 - 5.2 Mbit/Down, 1.3 Mbit/UP with the old Radio(, and 1.6-2.5 Mbit/Down and 1.3 Mbit/UP with the new Radio. (They seem to be capping @ 2.5Mbit range).
  8. Maybe it's just me, but I'm using r21, and if you install TuneWiki from Market, and have a few MP3's on your phone, skip through songs using the FFWD a few times, and then the phone reboots for no reason. o.O
  9. Thanks, I will have a look.. but I did remove a ton of stuff though.. the ssh, quickoffice, AmazonMP3, and those Backups and Sync security stuff.. I'll try again, perhaps my zip was bad.
  10. E:Can't symlink /system/xbin/[ E: Failure at line 16: Installation aborted This is for Alpha 20 Kitchen. Seems like the oven broke? :P
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