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  1. it suffices to see some black on the screen when watching a youtubevideo or having a dark wallpaper, as i prefer those, so i quit my thoughts on buying it. however, i wish you to be happy with the 2x, no problem :)
  2. you know, i thought about getting the 2x too, but then went for the Nexus S, which ist a very nice piece of kit. the optimus 2x will suffer from two very important things: 1. being the first: as i understood a lot of people, the tegra 2 seems a little rushed, to be on the market as firstly as possible, leaving to be desired, in comparison to other dual-core chipsets. apart from that, hell, it's dual core and will start to shine with ice cream sandwich, when it comes. it has those annoying bugs, reboots and stuff, which can be fixed with a custom rom, but how many owners will really install a rom themselves? for us tech-nerds: root that thing ---> CWM ---> Custom Rom --> :D for everyone else: "damn, why does it reboot all the time, why does this not work? that thing sucks!!" ---> :( 2. the terrible screen: it's not technically bad, but rather the build quality is, again, rushed. don't know whether you noticed, but i almost died of eye-cancer on the behalf of this. the screen bleed in the corners of the screen. try it with a very black background and watch the light flow onto the screen from the holes in the corners of the display. you won't notice in bright pics, but when there is black, you will see. this is not about the 2x though, rather about it's price, which is so cheap, because it can't really keep up with the up and coming dual-core phones and they very well know the problems want to sell those off, before the start rotting on the shelves... tegra2 was just an intermediate step on the way of the phone. that's where the OMC enters the story, as i has to compete with such a phone about your money. you think, that it's not much of a deal, i agree perfectly. ZTE are upcoming, which means, they try to come UP. in doing so, of course, they try to maximize their profit, to invest furthermore into more products, build quality, software, whatever. as mentioned before, they try to get you into buying that thing for the huge screen and an adequate working speed. if it works, let them have their piece of the cake, maybe they can succeed. after some research and consideration, i went with nexus s for google software reasons and for the top notch hardware build by samsung, i can be sure, there won't be much chance for miss here. in their respect they both know best.(and that this black beauty just looks dead-sexy :D ) imagine it as it is with bands: the first album is to win the fans for you, the second is to keep the fans, the third is to show, that you are really good :) the second album hasn't got to be better compared to the first, but has to hit the demand of many. p.s.: the Nexus has both the USB and the Audio Plug at the bottom of the chassis
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    High end phones

    sounds nice, maybe, my next-next device will be from zte again. for now, i just switched from a blade to a nexus s, or rather will be doing so at the end of the month. the blade being inherited to a friend of mine...
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i guess we should trust these developer guys then, telling us about their daily work as professionals ;)
  5. super san francisco

    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    thanks for your effort anyways, very nice of you:)
  6. super san francisco

    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i thought about that too, flashing GSF instead of CM7, but, i really want those features CM7 offers, i'm pretty sure, that i would go away with GSF, as maTTewCZ stated.
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i wiped formated the sd card, then put my media back on, let's see whether it maybe had to do with it somehow... rebooting right now... ...and reboot... i noticed something though: when the cable is in the phone and i then attach it to the charger, it stays alive. but when the cable is put in the charger and i stick the micro usb plug into my phone it shuts down... maybe it has something to do with the usb slot on the phone, maybe something in the kernel, that gives it bad values and it crashes oder reboots to keep itself healthy.
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i did just that before flashing n127 about 1h ago. cache wiped, dalvi wiped, formated system and boot. still, i started the phone up, everything went fine, everything was there, plugged usb on pc, still fine, then left it to charge on the charger, in the very same moment, i plugged it --> green man and cm bootscreen.... this started, when i flashed n125, before, on n124+kang everything was fine so far, but i really wanted those fixes coming with n127...
  9. super san francisco

    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    if anyone could figure out, what the hell happens there...
  10. super san francisco

    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    did i say, that reboots stopped? just as i plugged my phone to the charger some minutes ago, it immediately rebooted...
  11. super san francisco

    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i flashed over 124+kang, tried 125, reboots came, cleaned everything, then tried 126, reboots came and went away :blink:
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    yes, everything, wiped cache+dalvik, complete factory reset, everything, started after flashing n125 yesterday. didn't have it with latest kang release before. EDIT: it somehow stopped for now... tried unplugging/plugging the charger several times, didn't reboot, altough i wanted it to, to record a logcat :blink:
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    that's what i meant :blink: however, although n126 seems to be great, i still have a big problem, which introduced with n125: any time i connect the blade to the charger it reboots...every f'in time, never had that before.
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    Google+ What do you think about it.

    i'm already in, could invite people if they want to.
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    [ROM][GEN2]CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.7)

    i factory-reset for the first time in a long time and things seemed to have equilibrated somehow, stopped the reboots, stopped the oder nicks, so i must say, it's on par with the other nightly builds i usually flash every second day or so. usually i just wiped cache and everything was fine, kept all of my settings and stuff. thanks for the advice though :blink: although i don't post that much, i follow the community very closely, so i'm up to date with most things. let's se about n126 though... hands off, CM7 is the best thing, that could happen to the blade, being a nice phone anyway

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