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Motorola Droid: Rooted 2.0.1 to Rooted 2.2 (CyanogenMod)

As of this morning, my Motorola Droid was still running rooted 2.0.1 (build ESD56, baseband C_01.3E.01P) with SPRecovery 0.99.2b. Well yesterday I for the random deletion of all SMS bug again, and I decided it’s time to upgrade. I never upgraded to 2 ...

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My Droid Rooting Dilemma

My Droid is still running 2.0.1 rooted, with SPS Recovery, just as it was the week the 2.0.1 update was pushed out OTA - I’d already rooted it, disabled OTA updates, and performed a simple procedure to update and keep root.

My one complaint is that ...

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Updated Android App List

Here’s the current list of the apps that are running on my Droid and seem interesting (I’m still running 2.0.1, build ESD56). This is an update to my earlier post, My Android Apps, so I left out everything that was already in that post.

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WiFi tether for Droid

My Motorola Droid (purchased on November 10th, 2009, 4 days after the release) is still running Android 2.0.1. I guess this is somewhat out of laziness - I love the Incredible and its new (and more refined) Android version and UI, but my phone is rooted. I’m ...

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My Android Apps

Update 2010-08-15 - I’ve also added some new apps to an updated post.

The past 48 hours has been very eventful in my Android world. Thanks to the instructions on rootyourdroid.info (hey, it’s an expensive phone and locked hardware - I’m not fooling around the way I would ...

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Android 2.0.1 update

So, I updated my Droid to Android 2.0.1 today. I’ll be honest that it didn’t work the way I’d hoped. When I woke up this morning (December 10th 2009) I had an alert dialog on screen telling me that an update was ready. It ...

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Motorola Droid - Volume way too low

I’m not sure how I did it, but I’ve had my Droid for a few hours under a week - the phone’s uptime is about 187 hours - and I’ve already got a major problem. Sometime this weekend, somehow, the volume for everything got set way too low ...

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Droid!

I don’t like writing posts with a low useful content quotient, but here goes.

After having only one new (i.e. not used) phone in eight years - and the one new one was a Treo 700p, obsolete when I bought it - I decided to bite the bullet. I bought ...

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