I can’t speak for profwacko, but I’ve had my Desire rooted and running CM7 for a while now, with only a few problems. I started with nightly #32 IIRC, which seemed to work perfectly. I’ve not had any problems with the camera at all, but seemed to lose all GPS functionality when I updated to the official 7.0.0 release. Updating to 7.0.2 oBefore I sold it, I used CM7 on my Desire as my daily build. Was always rock solid and never had any issues.ver that seemed to fix the issue though. My phone is about 6-7 months old, in case that makes a difference.
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I had serious wifi connection issueNow, I liked Gingerbread, but I also like a stable phone, also I found out that I missed a few things that Sense offered me, so I went to install Leedroid after that. Haven’t looked back since. Sure, it’s not Gingerbread, but at least I have a workable phone that doesn’t need constant rebooting.s. Often it would not connect to my home wifi until after I rebooted the phone. Though there was a fix for that, that solved my home wifi situation, but connecting to other wifi APs was a game of hit’n’miss.
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The article makes it sound like HTC really tried everything they could to get it to work. If it isn’t up to their quality standards (which means that it must both run good and run what they want it to (Sense)), then they wont release it. It isn’t “damn HTC”. It’s: Thanks for doing what we’ve been asking you to, and we’re sorry it didnt work out this time. You can always root it and install stock Gingerbread; since that option is there, what incentive does HTC have in getting rid of Sense on their official release?