Wednesday, December 7, 2011
On XDA Forums and Rootzwiki we have a joint collaboration project: Ice Cream Sandwich for DROID Incredible 2.
We have a 90% functional system. The Rootzwiki buildteam, headed by Protekk and Aeroevan, are doing the majority of the heavy lifting; the team I am a part of, NTSH-ICS, are working on submitting fixes back upstream, and adding functional tweaks that can be utilized later.
Essentially these ROMs are CM9 previews, so our work now makes the CM9 development work a little easier; development on these may or may not continue after the official release of CM9.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
If you or someone you know knows what the hell you're doing with any of these, please drop me a line.
Thank you greatly!
If you use a VZE Droid Incredible 2 as I do, I have a present for you:
ICS CM9 Betas!
Now they are pretty Beta-ish, however certainly stable enough for daily use/showing off/nerd cred.
Over on XDA, in the Verizon Droid Incredbile Thread, look for the "Nothing To See Here- ICS" ROM
I hope you enjoy our work!
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Monday, October 17, 2011
I had to return my DROID Incredible to stock from CM7 Nightlies. Here is a walk through (with DL links!) to do the same
I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOUR PHONE IN THE PROCESS OF DOING THIS.
1. Back up your phone (if you feel this will be needed)
2. Back up your apps (if you want an easy reinstall later)
3. Download these files: 2.2 Image and 2.3.4 Update.zip
4. place both in /sdcard
5. reboot phone into hboot via powering down, and holding power on+vol down. apply the requested updates by following the on screen prompts.
If you have any questions, email me!
EDIT: Links are down for now. if you need them, email me and ill get them to you.
Welcome back to stock!
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
So I was really excited that the NBA was going to be locked out this season; I think the players are greedy, and frankly I don't give a damn about basketball. Plus, people would have gone back to watching the NHL in between Sundays.
Then Atlanta (dis)Spirit Group decided to get rid of the Thrashers.
They sold out when there were reasonable bids to keep them in town; now they're out in Winnipeg, and I don't have a team to care about any more.
I hope the lockout goes on this season, because ASG's pet, the Hawks, won'tbe bringing them any money. Yes, its a bit vindictive in thinking, but they seem to have enough money anyway.
Long live the Thrashers (and every other dead hockey team)!