What do the numbers mean? 2.3.15 2.3.32 2.3.320 2.3.340
I've read and read and searched and searched...
I'm guessing they refer to the System Version, not the Android version. Correct?
And, in my case, the sys ver is "Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US". So is that the same as just 2.3.340?
Another thing I'm not clear on is what'll happen when I flash a new ROM. Will I lose all apps and data on the phone (I know the SD card is untouched)? So that I'll have to reload everything like doing a factory reset?
One last question for now... I'm relatively happy with the interface. It's the periodic slugishness and miserable battery life that bugs me. So should I just remove the bloat and play with the clock once rooted? Or would a ROM (like say, Apex) accomplish this task better.
12-30-2010 03:29 PM
Droid X Forums
the numbers you are referring to are the various system versions that are out
your system version is currently the latest and greatest
if you want a more speedy, better battery life phone then I would suggest a ROM rather than messing with clocking the phone
I am currently running Apex ROM and I love it, amazing battery life and my phone is snaapppppyyyy....rubix makes another great ROM and same with gummyjar
if your going to load a ROM, root your phone then create a back up...after that go for a ROM
let us know if you have any questions or concerns
So, will I have to restore data and apps after installing a ROM (like after a factory reset)?
Yeah, you will lose everything, most people use titanium backup to backup apps with data. You shouldn't restore any system data after a new ROM flash as this will cause issues.
Curiously, I just read elsewhere that Titanium Backup won't back up the app's data--just the app itself. I didn't notice the date on that post, so will TB now backup the apps' data as well?
yes it will, when I restore, all my apps are how they were data and all