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No, this isn't possible. Some CM versions allow you to use the trackball to turn the screen on, but there's no way to turn the device on from cold this way. When the device is off, Android isn't running, so nothing in Android can listen for a button press. The handling of the power button is much lower-level in the device firmware, and isn't available for ...
After some days of struggling I've come to the understanding that my Nexus One's NIC was corrupted/broken/something_bad_else. My tests were all messed up and with no logical connection. I've tried with a S II device and results seem to be a little more consistent. By the way, even in this case, I can't achieve a worse throughput increasing the bit rate, ...
Use data2sd instead of creating the symlink manually from the terminal. Usually sd cards are formatted with FAT32, data2sd creates an EXT2 embedded partition instead... more detailed explanation here.
I was able to flawlessly root Nexus One with stock 2.3.6 with DooMLoRD's Easy Rooting Toolkit [v4.0](zergRush Exploit). This also installed Busybox and Superuser app. No bootloader unlock or wipe was performed and no user data or apps were lost. Some useful info can be also obtained here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_Nexus_One/Flashing_Guide
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