Former Writer · Jan 2, 2012 at 01:00 pm

Myn’s Warm ROM Brought to Evo 3D

It’s rare when a ROM is so popular, the number of thread views are almost equal to the total number of members on XDA. As is the case with the original Warm ROM TwoPointTwo. One of the most popular of all time for those toting the HTC Evo 4g.

Now those who have migrated to the HTC Evo 3D, you can once again get a taste what is arguably XDA Recognized Developer (and all around good guy) Myn’s greatest work thanks to the work of fellow XDA Recognized Developer JoelZ9614 and the rest of Team Warm.

The sexy, lightly themed and totally awesome ROM has received a bunch of upgrades from it’s last public release on an Evo device beginning with going from Froyo 2.2 to Gingerbread 2.3 and including:

Added GPU UI Acceleration (instead of CPU)
Added Additional Reboot options (Recovery, Bootloader, Hot Restart, Reboot) (NOTE: Hot Restart currently not working properly)
Added DSP Manager (Thanks cyanogen)
Added CRT TV shutdown animation
Added HW Acceleration Tweak To Adreno_config
Added SMS Backup/Restore
Added Tweak to increase sdcard read ahead buffer (Thanks Misfit)
Added 3D Home Screen (Toggable in Settings | Warm Tweaks)
Added Native Screenshot Functionality (Press Home + Power at the same time)
Added Zeus Mods [kinda] Quick Settings
Changed WiFi Scan Interval To 180 seconds to further conserve battery
Added Tweak to persist home app in memory
Added various battery tweaks

So for those who want the good old feel and look of the original Warm ROM, you can head on over to the original thread for download links, installation instructions, a full change log and all the Warm goodness those from the HTC Evo 4g remember.


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