Latest x10 mini pro news from the XDA forums

The latest news on x10 mini pro firmwares over at XDA are as follows:


Flame.E v0.2[beta] (2.3.7 nightly) – a new release with sense styling


GinTonic.SE | v2.3.7 [reupp] – revival of GinTonic, Gingerbread 2.3.5

ArcMini V7 [For Custom Kernels] – a themed version of MiniCM based on GingerDX

If you’re not up to date, or starting out from scratch here’s the best place to get your device rooted and a recovery installed:

ClockWorkMod Installer – Windows v4, Linux v4 – for Windows users it’s all self contained in the zip file, Linux users need to root first; there are links to the Linux Rooter in the thread.

If you’ve tested or use any of the firmware listed please give  feedback to other users via the comments.

7 responses to “Latest x10 mini pro news from the XDA forums

  1. hey i have a question.If i already have a custom rom installed but i want to install another i should go back to stock then install the other or its possible to install from the current?

    • Hi there. You can flash from one release to another but you need to wipe data before you do; if you are going from one version to the next (e.g. minicm pro v15 to v16) you may not have to wipe (but always backup!)

  2. im trying the GinTonic.SE | v2.3.7
    slades work is very clean ,fast and stable
    and he offers tow choices for the home screen , the sony 4 corners or the adwluncher (im using adw)
    this guy is a genius i’d recommend it 4 every one

    but im just wondering when we’ll have a software to flash kernels like the zombiepanic , we really need it for our devices
    or at least a simple way using cwm or SuperOneClick or wtever

    • Yes, you are right. The process should, and will, be smoother as it’s not so easy right now. Hopefully when the documentation for installing CyanogenMod is released it may include an easier way for us all. The process for custom firmware is rarely simple on any devices, at the moment I’m not using a custom kernel or an unlocked bootloader as the process is too fiddly to warrant the benefits but it will get easier!

  3. hey i would like to know if the flame software is ready for , lets say, a day to day use, because i’m very busy and dont got time to flash it more than once. Thanks in advance

    • I haven’t used it. I’m planning to set some time to try out a number of different custom firmware and write a mini roundup post over the next few days so should know soon!

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