[ROM] Uncommon Sense (Beta)
[ROM] Uncommon Sense (v0.6 Beta) 9/12/10 Update! - xda-developers
Hey all I just thought I would share this with you, was browsing the XDA forums and came across this, looks really cool.
Gonna try it out later, tell me what you guys think of it.
*I did not make this, none of it.*
Edit: ROM update to .8 9/16, check out the thread for new features and fixes.
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- 09-14-2010, 07:44 PM #5
I would say definitely give it a shot. Create a nandroid backup using ROM manager first though, so you can always go back if you have a problem.
EDIT: Yep. Just uninstalled SetCUP and im not having any issue anymore. I would say go for it.
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- 09-15-2010, 06:15 PM #9
- 09-15-2010, 07:36 PM #10
Another thing that could be causing you some issues is the 9.01 radio. My phone was stalling out, locking up, and rebooting randomly. First I thought it was the ROM but it didn't fix it. I flashed back to 7.28 radio and everything is golden again.
As far as the SetCpu stuff if you set the screen off profile any lower than 245mhz you will have all kinds of issues from what I've seen. Each phones acts differently with different mixes of stuff if it doesn't work it doesn't work.
- 09-15-2010, 10:51 PM #11
Good suggestion, Q. I'm actually loving the 9.01 radio though. Works lightning fast on my phone, and everything is actually quite stable.
I think SetCPU is always going to be one of those applications that I install, mess with for a bit, uninstall, then repeat.
And in other news, deficitism is reporting that v0.7 should be coming soon with a lot of fixes/additions.
- 09-16-2010, 01:01 AM #12
Yeah I was one of those people who didn't see any difference in the 9.01 radio. Signals were the same etc. But phone stability and battery life suffered on my device. As with anything some things don't work as expected on every phone.
As far as SetCpu if I'm using an OC'able kernel I always use it.(Unless the ROM supports scaling etc. like Ruby!) Never had an issue with it even on Cyanogen, but I know some people are saying that it was causing lockups on their phones under that particular ROM. But this is the beauty of Android, install, reinstall, try it, like it keep it, don't remove it!!! (I love experimenting with my phone it's highly addictive!)
- 09-16-2010, 11:15 AM #14
- 09-16-2010, 11:46 AM #15
As near as I can tell, v0.7 was the same thing as v0.8, except that people were having issues with Sense FCing. v0.8 is slated to fix that. Downloading now- will report back.
Theguy- if you downloaded from your DInc's internet browser like I did, go into ROM Manager, select "Install ROM from SD Card", and locate your download folder. It should be in there.
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- 09-17-2010, 02:23 PM #18
Re: [ROM] Uncommon Sense (Beta)
Has anyone had any issues with this ROM and not getting email notifications of not syncing properly?
Installed yesterday and today noticed that I haven't received any mail until I manually went into gmail and tapped refresh... to which I got swamped with emails
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- 09-24-2010, 12:16 PM #22
So I just rooted a couple of days ago and got the Hydra kernal running on my Inc.
I decided to go with this custom ROM so I did the following.
First I did a backup
Then I wiped data/wipe cache
Then installed the zip
Rebooted and everything runs.
My question is, is there a way to get all my data back without over writing the custom ROM or do I need to reinstall everything that I had and set everything up again?
If I did a restore to the backup I just made before installing this ROM, I'll get all my data back but it will also load back to default 2.2 Froyo before I installed the ROM correct?
Sorry this is my first ROM.
- 09-24-2010, 02:31 PM #23
I use app brain, and i sync every time i put a new app on. That takes care of getting all my apps back handily. I also use Titanium backup, so all the data for those apps are also easily recovered. All my contacts come from the cloud via my gmail account and all my music and photos are on my sd card. That pretty much puts me where I was with a custom rom in 20 to 30 minutes....
- 09-25-2010, 02:47 PM #25