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About bobtentpeg

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    That One Guy
  • Birthday 01/31/1985

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    In My Room, Typing This Crap
  • Your Current Device(s)
    Nexus One
  1. If you're getting a screen flicker, uninstall Visionary, reboot and reinstall. Should work fine now
  2. Yup Works great on my brothers desire HD and my G2
  3. Just need to pick up a G2 and this is the first thing thats going on it
  4. I went with a Zagg InvisibleShield because at the time, there were no good hard cases. I use InvisibleShields for my iPod, iPad, Computer and N1. Keeps them from scratching and gives it a little shock absorbing too.
  5. The boot.img is for all intents and purposes the kernel :lol:
  6. Paul, can you make the 2.1 build.prop and flash two different options? Flash just slows down the phone :rolleyes:
  7. use Anycut or BetterCut to add it to your launcher (look under activities)
  8. Only have a ~.78 sec lag after running for 40+ hours without a reboot w/ wifi enabled and everything. Nifty nevertheless
  9. Doesn't look like Googles enabled them at the moment. Paid but nonDRM apps work fine though :rolleyes: I solved this by pushing the app-private apps from a backup of mine and they worked brilliantly
  10. If you're nonrooted, and have only installed apps through market, then you're fine. It will auto-reinstall them after updating. Also, /data isn't wiped while updating, so your settings and whatnot will remain :rolleyes: Also, you can always adb pull all of your user data (adb pull /data /path/to/whereever/you/want/to/save/it)
  11. To download the Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android onto your device, your device must be running Android 2.2 in order for you to discover and install Flash Player from Android Market onto the handset. See the Flash Player 10.1 for Android beta Release Notes for more information. http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html#android Sadly: Important: You will need to follow this link on your Android 2.2 device in order to download and install Flash Player 10.1 beta for Android. You will not be able to download the installer to your desktop or any other device. Paul?
  12. Yup, an update.zip or the signed google PASSIMG would work
  13. Once you've installed a custom recovery (even if you flash stock back) you cannot receive OTA updates.
  14. Perhaps you should contact someone in the UK
  15. I'm sorry, but you've got to be rather foolish to believe that they've stopped baseband development.
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