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    Vega 3.2 B7 HTC Desire 2.3
  1. I don't say much on this forum but I lurk most of the time. Just wanted to say well done to Mytoza for the support and best of luck to Jean_luc. The Vega is a great device and I have got a lot of fun from installing the roms etc. Go Team! :-P
  2. Would be nice to win it. Fingers crossed!
  3. Hey all, Picking up my new Galaxy s II at lunch time. I've been about the Advent Vega threads but not here. Just saying hi to everyone. PDragon
  4. Hey S, I never thought to use RainX. I'll have to pick some up. Thanks, PDragon
  5. Rich, I am impressed. I've modded a bit myself on other devices and it is ballsy to do this. Generally it freaks me out that I may damage my device irreparably. You are a trailblazer and thanks for documenting it. Although I doubt that I'll mod my Vega, it is great to see the possibilities that can be achieved. Thanks!
  6. Just saying this first so you know where I am coming from. I like using the Vegacomb Rom as it is very progressive and just downright exciting. Developers modding by the seat of their pants! Also I am big fan of Android in itself. That said, I think that many here would appreciate the work put in to an alternative. People love choice! 1. Paul's Rom is a nice stable basic beginners Rom but being that it is no longer developed, it is falling to the wayside in light of the alternatives. 2. Corvus Rom is much loved and stable. I am not sure how much it will be developed in future as it is a great standard. 3. CM7 ROM is for those who want the xda touch. I haven't used it myself on Vega yet so I can't comment confidently. This is being developed with Nightlies but not so dedicated to just the Vega as other Roms. The fact that it is still in the Gingerbread zone (correct me if I'm wrong please) is something I find a bit lame to me, as other developers are able to go to 3.0 and up. 4. Vegacomb is Honeycomb and mostly stable with a few issues still to resolve (webcam etc). However it is beautiful and sexy, showing the Vega at its best. The next release will bring speed increases and 3.2 functionality. 1.7 is my current Rom and I enjoy it. 5. Any Linux ports, haven't touched these myself but i'm sure they are cool. All of the above except for 5 are but variations of android. If a Windows option was out, I am sure that people would try it and give it a go. If it brings with it a large difference in functionality then it will sell itself. If there is anything that I have learned about the Vega users on the forum, it is that they are highly supportive and helpful. Many use multiple Roms just to help out and give feedback. There is room for many Roms. Short answer: Yes go for it! The prospect of playing PC games (with USB keyboard/mouse) on my Vega would be a awesome to me. Do you think that is possible or would it be too much for the tablet to handle? Diablo 2 to be precise..... :-)
  7. I think you have an audience now rooting for you to get this sorted. To me it also sounds like a USB cable issue. I have a USB External hard drive that randomly used to loose connection even though the cable wasn't moved. It drove me crazy as I thought it was my computer, the drivers or a faulty hard drive. I chanced another cable and presto-chango everything worked fine. Fingers crossed for you!
  8. It must be tough with all these people throwing money at you! :-P
  9. With you on that fellas, i tweet PMed Newbe5 that same question this morning. It was a team effort and the team should get the kudos. Hopefully we can get a simple place to give some love. Also, Honeypot is the best name for this. Nice one Minimonkey!
  10. I am glad that the Asus is working well for you. Take a look at my recent post about 3.2 Vegacomb that Newbe5 is working on. You are going just when it is getting really juicy! Pop in to the forum and say hello whenever you get a chance, you're always welcome! :-)
  11. For those of you who didn't see on Zebwen's twitter feed (Newbe5 on this forum and youtube) he has released a brief clip of the current development of Vegacomb showing its 3.2 shinyness. This brings with it all the dreamy 3.1 improvements and better flash support: http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-android-3-0-and-vs-3-2-honeycomb/ Thanks to the whole team for their continued effort. When its ready to go, I will be definitely be donating. Newbe5's clip here:
  12. Anyone test the new Flash Version 10.3.186.3 with Vegacomb 1.7? If someone has done it then what was the result? Stable? Thanks!
  13. Pdragon

    Hello all

    Correction to that last post. If you install the Modded stock, it has clockwork already installed in it: http://tabletroms.co...-Stock-ROM-Base That would save you some time and get you closer. The Vegacomb build requires this instead of the basic stock rom.
  14. Pdragon

    Hello all

    The others have mention the installer and thats great: http://android.modaco.com/topic/337380-beta-audi-automated-usb-driver-installer/ After that install ADB and Clockwork mod: How to adb: http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/what-is-adb-and-how-to-install-it-android/ How to Clockwork recovery: http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/how-to-install-clockworkmod-recovery-to-advent-vega/ And then throw on Vegacomb 1.7 ROM as a recommendation: http://tabletroms.com/forums/showthread.php?453-ROM-VegaComb-by-newbe5-and-Corvus Both Modaco and Tabletroms are the major support/dev forums and many are happy to help. Let us know how you get on.
  15. I am not sure if I can help. How did you flash it the wrong way? what did you do?
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