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Anyone running Froyo 2.2 on their orange sanfrancisco??

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6y, 1w agoPosted 6 years, 1 week ago
If so what is the most stable custom froyo rom out at the mo and how does it run? any issues uve been having?
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#1
i have been using THIS since it was released, works perfect for me. Stable and to be honest, i have not really had any issues personally.
#2
Is there no offical release for the san francisco at the moment i was looking into buying one of these what are they like?
#3
Using it since i got my sf on wednesday. its a great piece of software. to me its stable.
#4
is there a way to upgrade from modaco 2.1 to 2.2 without losing all my current data?
#5
MarzBarz
is there a way to upgrade from modaco 2.1 to 2.2 without losing all my current data?


i sure there is an answer on modaco,but, probably

http://www.appbrain.com/app/titanium-backup-pro-key-%E2%98%85-root/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackupPro

and you also need

http://www.appbrain.com/app/busybox/stericson.busybox
#6
all i want to keep is my texts and numbers though? dont care about the apps tbh.
#7
MarzBarz
all i want to keep is my texts and numbers though? dont care about the apps tbh.


http://www.appbrain.com/app/sms-backup/com.zegoggles.smssync
#8
thanks will do it sometime on wednesday.
#9
What's better about 2.2?

I've finally got 2.1 (Modaco release) running nicely (was having problems with high CPU usage, major lag in Angry Birds and a weird problem with the camera..) so if it's nothing major, I won't bother.
#10
2.2 has a better browser, JIT which brings a lot of speed boosts, more apps available, apps can be stored on the SD card, tethering and WiFi hotspot along with some other little things.

Flash is also available although I'm not sure whether the CPU in the SF is capable of it, it only works on some ARM chips like the Snapdragon ones.

Edited By: kharma45 on Nov 23, 2010 02:02
#11
yeh 2.2 can do flash 10.1. thanks for the replies guys
#12
Eez1
yeh 2.2 can do flash 10.1. thanks for the replies guys


2.2 can but it's also CPU dependent, like I've had my Hero running 2.2 but the chip in it doesn't support Flash 10.1.
#13
The orange san francisco will not support flash.
#14
how snappy is the sanfran on 2.2?
#15
Jetpac
how snappy is the sanfran on 2.2?


snappier than 2.1 :) im using jellyfish now, it feels the snappiest
#16
is that the one in your link in the first post?
#17
The san fran is definately faster on 2.2 I recommend updating to the Modaco 2.2 (tried that one and the jellyfish one with 128mb system partition and over clock but personally found the modaco one more stable and faster (maybe due to me using a swipe lock screen and GO launcher on jellyfish, not sure).
#18
I was bought a SF for Xmas following all the good reports circulating about it. Although i will sdmit to being a total techno clutz, i am curious to know what this change from '2.7 to 2.2' is all about.
#19
jelli89
I was bought a SF for Xmas following all the good reports circulating about it. Although i will sdmit to being a total techno clutz, i am curious to know what this change from '2.7 to 2.2' is all about.

the change is from 2.1 to 2.2

San Francisco is a phone that uses googles android operating system. Therefore the interface you are using to do things on the phone are apps or widgets etc on android version 2.1. Like windows android develops and updates it's operating system. 2.2 is a newer version with some enhancements that people are looking for on their phones as well as some people reporting that it runs faster on the phone meaning anything you do from games to texting to browsing may be quicker.
#20
Plum

the change is from 2.1 to 2.2

San Francisco is a phone that uses googles android operating system. Therefore the interface you are using to do things on the phone are apps or widgets etc on android version 2.1. Like windows android develops and updates it's operating system. 2.2 is a newer version with some enhancements that people are looking for on their phones as well as some people reporting that it runs faster on the phone meaning anything you do from games to texting to browsing may be quicker.

Thanks for getting back (soz about the typo - i got it wrong, re-wrote it, and still got it wrong :( )
I do have another question though...i only get about 2 days of power on my phone...is that about average?
#21
jelli89

Thanks for getting back (soz about the typo - i got it wrong, re-wrote it, and still got it wrong :( )
I do have another question though...i only get about 2 days of power on my phone...is that about average?


Yep, Dont forget with these smartphones, they are powerful machines with relitively small batteries :)
#22
Jetpac
jelli89
Thanks for getting back (soz about the typo - i got it wrong, re-wrote it, and still got it wrong :( )I do have another question though...i only get about 2 days of power on my phone...is that about average?
Yep, Dont forget with these smartphones, they are powerful machines with relitively small batteries :)

Yes, agreed. However depending on how you are using the phone you can turn off many background processes and services to save on battery.

Also remember 90% of what you use will stay open even when you cannot see it. Turn off gps and wifi and bluetooth when not in use to save a big drain
#23
Thanks for the info :)
#24
i m in love with my san francisco :)
#25
shanecr
MarzBarz
is there a way to upgrade from modaco 2.1 to 2.2 without losing all my current data?

i sure there is an answer on modaco,but, probably

http://www.appbrain.com/app/titanium-backup-pro-key-%E2%98%85-root/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackupPro


and you also need

http://www.appbrain.com/app/busybox/stericson.busybox

Hey dude, any other way? Instead of doing it with titanium back up?
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