[ROM] NFX-Sprint.STOCK.2.32.651.2.ODEX.A2SD Updated:11/23/2010
This is the New Update from Sprint this is a completely stock rom with everything from the factory included.
You can use this as either an update or a full reflash, it will keep you data during istall. I still suggest a full wipe but it is not needed
ChainsDD Superuser 18.104.22.168
wireless tether 1.6.0
Memory Tweak Settings "1536,2048,4096,5120,11264,12288"
Overclocked to 691
Dalvik to Cache
Newest Sprint VVM
Apps added or moved to DATA: easier removal of most junk
This should be more that an optimal setup for 85% of most users. If you feel the need to tweak further then you need to remove these 2 files from system/etc/init.d/ folder
File 1: 05dalvik2cache - controls dalvik
File 2: 06memtweak - controls memory settings
and then reboot.
I set this so you can flash and use with the best experience possible.
Mirror NFX-Sprint.STOCK.2.32.651.2.ODEX.A2SD Thanks scott2020
New Flashable Radio - Download
New 691 OC Kernel Flashable - http://www.4shared.com/file/9VKiiF0R...1ondemand.html
I will add a list of what was updated later but on a quick look thru, it seems gps, mediaplayer, some internal setting and the addition of sprint zone.
- 11-23-2010, 08:40 AM #2
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So far so good with everything. I flashed the new radio and bootimg and now it is nice and speedy.
The only issue I noticed is with my wifi. It is unable to start Wifi for some reason. I tried mutiple reboots and nothing. Not the biggest of deals since I only use that at home but I do like to use it.
and it did freak out on me once after I tried downloading angry birds from the market (which took about 15-20 minutes). I wanted to see if the OCing would help run angry birds smoother but its still too laggy. Once I deleted the app and stopped the music app from running (which it likes to do the first time I run a new game for some reason) everything went back to normal and it stopped freaking out. (by freaking out I mean running hot, burning up battery, and random reboots)
- 11-27-2010, 02:23 PM #13
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Installed the new 2.32.651.2 but do I revert to a custom ROM?
Nother noob query: have a rooted hero and has been running Beezy's honey-bun rom. After getting the mandatory messages on my phone and reading this thread, I installed nfinite's NFX-Sprint.STOCK.2.32.651.2.ODEX.A2SD. But now what? it seems a bit slower than it was ... do I reflash beezy's rom? another rom? will that change the new updated firmware and radio?
Happily awaiting advice ...al
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I've also noticed a couple of things with this ROM - When i have a notification (not one in the bar, one of those grey pop ups at the bottom) like when I snooze my alarm, or when i change the ringer volume, it sometimes takes awhile for that dialog box to pop up on the screen which can get really confusing.
Any ideas what I can do for that?
- 12-25-2010, 07:08 AM #18
- 12-25-2010, 07:42 PM #19
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Question: I just purchased a rooted hero off of a friend and I was curious if I could flash this rom to it and activate the phone. It would save me the hassle of ruu'ing back to stock, activating, and then rerooting. I'll do that if I have to, but at heart I'm basically lazy and want to do it the easiest way.
Sent from my CDMA Hero. I got some hot Froyo-on-Hero action here!
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