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ROM Manager Delta Updates - Now on Google Play

Probably super buggy and beta, so use at your own risk ;)

I'll be tweaking the server to accomodate for load and bugs. From another post on how it works:

Whenever a zip is requested to be downloaded by RM, the list of all other zips that were downloaded via RM are sent up to the delta server.
The delta server then uses this to create an edge frequency graph (the actual CS term for this is slipping me at the moment), ie delta paths, from one zip to another.
The edges (deltas) with the highest frequency are prioritized for delta creation on the server.
If the delta fails, it will just fall back to full file. The whole process is pretty seamless/transparent.

Right now, if you want to download a delta, a "Delta Download" button will be  present in the ROM Download screen. Once this feature is fully baked, the button may just go away altogether, and delta updates will be automatically used if available.
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Damn man, you're on a roll.
So I'd assume that VM number is the support line, yes? ;)
So IF I have a prior zip on my phone and IF a sufficient number of other users have tried to download the new zip that I am now requesting, then a delta update may be downloaded and a new zip created.  But IF for any reason a delta download fails or is not available, then a full download will occur.  Is that right?
Can I game the system and request downloads over and over for my devices?
+Nathan Grebowiec If you thought of that and I thought of that, then many others will as well.  I can't see why anyone would care about you or me 'gaming the system' though, because this will unquestionably result in saved bandwidth costs over time.
One less app needed on my phones, love your work got all your albums
I must have missed that post +Ray Scheffler thanks. I +Merk Mernerlerter it's ok to be a fan of rm and cwm but this is an open platform and options are a good thing. I respect +Koushik Dutta work in regards to both rm and cwm but I think twrp is a valid option as well but since there isn't a rm equivalent for twrp I would love to use rm.