Desire Z ROM?


Mar 5, 2012
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have you guys stopped making roms for the desire z?, i knew last weeks was unstable... but does this mean no more future roms for the desire z?
 
Mar 5, 2012
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okay, if its just on extended leave for a while im happy, i just hope its not funny stopped... i hate all other roms apart from the miui
 

MarkHUK

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At the moment all I can say with confidence is that GB ROMS are being phased out. Focus will be given to devices suffering bigger problems. I'll try and find out something more official from a rep at Xiaomi.

Thanks,
Mark
 
Jul 17, 2011
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Mark, we've written about this before, but please see if they can fix the bug where the phone freezes when the phone is locked while the miui music player is playing. That and haptic feedback on keypress while texting are the only two bugs as far as I'm concerned.
 

MarkHUK

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Mark, we've written about this before, but please see if they can fix the bug where the phone freezes when the phone is locked while the miui music player is playing. That and haptic feedback on keypress while texting are the only two bugs as far as I'm concerned.
Have you tried any alternative kernels for your phone?
 
Oct 11, 2012
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Hello out there in MIUI land, I wanted to ask a couple of questions and bump this topic as it's as close as I can find searching the site.

1st question is, can someone tell me if I'm using the latest and greatest stable release for my older Google G2 phone. About Phone yields these details..

Model: HTC Desire Z
Android Version: 2.3.7
Kernel ver: 2.6.35.14-cyanogenmod-g9e5cdf1android@portatile #1
Build: MIUI-2.3.30

This ROM I found on a mediafire link from someone's blog confirming it's english language package. And it was too! :) Google was my friend that day. It stated it was Jelly Bean, but another blog implied it was in fact Gingerbread. I don't know for sure but the installer package file name is: miuiandroid_jellybean-2.3.30.zip .

Second part of question is not MIUI related but you folks know more than I ever will. Okay I've done backups of all ROM's with ROM Manager and I can switch to any ROM I have (stock rooted froyo/cyanogenmod7/MIUI 2.3.30. But, I can't recall exactly the topic conversation I read on the merits of using Titanium Backup * Root instead of, or maybe it was in conjunction with?

Can someone clarify the best possible usage of either/both scenario's for me.

Thank You for the ROM I have and Thanks for any replies made. :)

regards,
Mikey (Mookie)