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Old 06-08-2010, 12:20 AM
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D

So, I'm loving the 2.2, but my bluetooth headset won't work now. It will pair up, and I can hear fine with it, but no one can hear me. I am not seeing anyone else with this issue...
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D

New version released last night. Fixes some issues with Market Apps and other things. There is also a new baseband available.

New version: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dro...ore-froyo.html

If you have an issue with some paid apps not showing then download this fix: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/tea...rsion-2-a.html

Clean Black Theme: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/tea...ack-froyo.html

New baseband 1.43.01p: http://www.mydroidworld.com/forums/m...01-43-01p.html
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:36 PM
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D

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New version released last night. Fixes some issues with Market Apps and other things. There is also a new baseband available.

New version: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dro...ore-froyo.html

If you have an issue with some paid apps not showing then download this fix: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/tea...rsion-2-a.html

Clean Black Theme: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/tea...ack-froyo.html

New baseband 1.43.01p: http://www.mydroidworld.com/forums/m...01-43-01p.html
Nice, I am awaiting the Froyo Bugless Beast, Pete has already worked out issues others couldn't.
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D

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Nice, I am awaiting the Froyo Bugless Beast, Pete has already worked out issues others couldn't.
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D

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Succesfully made an "update.zip" style ROM that does not break data connections. This issue has been driving many devs mad and taking up most of my time. Now I can move forward, time to rest!
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D Updated 6-8-10

Hey guys,

I went ahead and spent several hours today moving from cyanogenmod 5.0.7.1 to the latest froyo that has been posted in the last day or so. I follow the directions online to
1. wipe the cache, data, and even reformatted my SD (via CW Recovery).
2. install ROM manager and move the latest froyo into the backup directory
3. Flash the ROM via recovery
4. flash the latest baseband
5. flash the 1.25GHz kernal
6. Set up accounts and start downloading apps and the like

I have done this several times and things really aren't working right. Here are my current issues:

1. Cannot get "fix permissions" in Rom Manager to work. Get an error every time I try it.
2. Cannot get any of the apps installers to work. They force close every time I try them (astro and others)
3. Cannot get VPN Connections to work (is this due to busybox not being available for this ROM?)

Because the apps installer won't work, I can't install flash, swype, etc. Anybody else having these problems? could it be because I came from Cyanogenmod? I have read a few others who have had problems coming from Cyanogenmod.

thanks in advance,

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Old 06-09-2010, 08:18 AM
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D Updated 6-8-10

What version of ROM Manager are you using?

Are you trying to fix permissions immediately after install (you shouldn't have to)? Do you have Busybox installed to System/bin?

Flash the new ROM again but reboot before adding the 1.25 kernel to see if this helps. Your phone might not like the kernel (mine didn't). Also, instead of using ROM Manager try going from recovery. So, boot in to recovery. Wipe and then install the ROM.

Let us know if this helps at all.

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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D Updated 6-8-10

BW,

Thanks for the help. The second time I flashed last night I did it all in recovery - including wiping and formatting. The phone is running great, and I figured out how to install 3rd party apps by using app manager instead of app installer. I haven't had a chance to go back after the VPN issue, but I might later tonight.

Do you have a recommended installation method for busybox? Originally I found a ton of not-useful articles that didn't work for me originally. Finally, I ended up finding a Cyanogen ROM that had it built in. If you have a good suggestion for this, however, I'd be very appreciative. Otherwise, I really love Froyo.

Froyo build - FRFxx 33333 test-keys

thanks again,

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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D Updated 6-8-10

Well, you can install the free version of Titanium Backup. Then hit the "Problems" button and that will install Busybox. Then you need to move it to /System/bin or /System/xbin. You can use Root explorer for that.

Conversely, you can get a ROM that has it installed already. Pete just put out his first bugless beast version Froyo. There are others too.
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Re: Froyo ROM for the Droid now released :D Updated 6-8-10

Thanks again for the help. I have reinstalled busybox via titanium backup and will likely try this route first. Everything else seems to be working really smoothly, but I have heard great things about Pete's ROMs, so I might have to give it a whirl. If I find a solution, I'll post back in the hope that it's helpful for somebody else with a similar problem.

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