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HD2 Energy rom + CHT editor 2.0 = still unstable

I was really curious about new CHT (Cookie Home Tab) Editor 2.0. It's UI heart of the whole work with this device.

Without undue hesitation I've yesterday installed famous energy rom including final CHT 2.0 into my HD2. My experience is really bad, I fear that it's still really unstable piece of software.

CHT Editor brings really great new graphic, no doubt about that, see following screen-shots.




The down side of new graphic is unstable device, I was forced to restart my HD2 four times only for today. Why?

First restart followed execution of google maps app. I wasn't able to return to today screen. After an hour, I've tried to perform any call. I've chose person, clicked at photo and the call started but I was unable to go to "call screen". The last case was again about music player and today screen, I was again unable to return back.

I'm silently waiting to next release of new energy rom version, I hope that it will work, you should wait too because it's annoying to restart HD2 each hour.
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