POSTS TAGGED: ROM
Posted February 9, 2012 at 10:00 am by orb3000
XDA Recognized Developer JoelZ9614 brings Ice Cream Sandwich to lucky HTC Rezound owners. The first version of his ROM comes with Sense 3.6, which is identical to previous Sense 3.5, with only a few “inside” fixes; ROM is stock 3.10.605.7 Base and includes the Sony Bravia Engine, all over Android 4.0.3 ICS.
Developer mentions about some stuff he´s still working on like the data arrows and Google Calendar Sync which are not properly working at the moment.
Normally one should have to wait quite some time before getting the official update but lets not forget that thanks to the Chefs is that we can enjoy all the fresh stuff popping out on our devices a couple of days after they are launched. Of course you. . . READ ON »
Posted February 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
We already knew to expect that the HTC Sensation was getting an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, but what we didn´t expect was that also will receive a white version as well. We have already seen Sensation XL in white and it looks quite nice. Currently, the Sensation comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a dual core MSM8260 Snapdragon at 1.GHz and S-LCD capacitive touchscreen with 540 x 960 pixels, 4.3 inches. The white version has the same specs as the one we already know and only changes its appearance with a nice white and silver color.
The expected launch date for this model is pointing to March 1st, and with the release date we hope HTC Sense 4.0 is finished and ready to load into the White Sensations. Unfortunat. . . READ ON »
Posted February 3, 2012 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
XDA member AidenM shows the first ever ROM for HTC Flyer loaded with the newest operating system from Android: Ice cream sandwich. The work is based on Sensation RCMix 3D Leak w/ Dexter_nlb’s fixes for hardware and since it´s a beta version some bugs are present.
So far the Developer has a green light on:
– Market access
– AOSP lockscreen
– ADB access
– External SD
It’s not perfect, here’s what’s not working:
– Some settings panes (keyboard selecter)
– Rotation is blurry and pixelated
– HTC Apps not correctly sized for display
– Cannot take notes using . . . READ ON »
Posted February 3, 2012 at 01:00 pm by orb3000
Have you ever think about making your own ROM? You may say it´s too complicated, but if you are willing to learn heres something for you.
Whether you are a normal user, chef or developer you may find this installer useful for your future works, you should check this out. XDA member amarullz shows his open source work called AROMA Installer, which from a normal user view will be easy to learn how to choose which mods and apps you want to install on your device.
Developer states that chefs can easily add or remove apps using with winrar and if you customize AROMA Installer you can even make your ROM multi device compatible just in one ROM File.
You can find on the original thread additional resources like the source code, a . . . READ ON »
Posted January 23, 2012 at 01:00 pm by Former Writer
The Motorola Atrix 4g has been able to stay pretty recent with development, already having a couple of CyanogenMod7 ports and updated ROMs with the stock firmware.
To help keep up with the latest and greatest, XDA Senior Member jokersax11 has brought a port of CyanogenMod9 for those carrying the Atrix 4g. The ROM is pretty stable, with only a few things missing from being perfect. Here’s a list of things that aren’t working:
Adobe flash issues- either adobes fault or 2d issues fault
Car dock-missing apk
Some 2d issues, mostly works
Built in video playback- use 3rd party for now as its driver related
The list of things that are working is much longer and these problems are. . . READ ON »
Posted December 29, 2011 at 01:30 pm by Former Writer
Soon, compiling CyanogenMod for your phone will be as easy as opening a user interface and adding a little information. Or at least that’s the plan from CyanogenMod team member, and XDA Recognized Developer, lithid-cm, who has released an alpha version of this powerful new software which will, as the name implies, compile CyanogenMod for you.
As stated, it is an alpha release, so if you’re expecting to download it and start porting CM to every phone on XDA, then you should probably pull the brakes a little bit. The features as it is right now include:
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Check for repo installation on startup / or create a repo
Add and remove devices quickly and easily.
Remove all non english languages.
Remove live wallp
Posted December 21, 2011 at 09:09 pm by Former Writer
Most of the new development on XDA is in the genre of kernels and ROMs but every now and then a gem like this falls into our lap. Everyone meet Fruit Cake Maker. XDA user samcripp has released a tool that will, as he puts it:
allow the user to create a picture perfect .img from your boot and system partition. It will then create an update.zip from it…a self contain ROM, already ready for installation, already inside an update.zip.
What that tells me is that this beast of a tool will take what’s currently on your Motorola Triumph and turn it into a fully functional, fully flashable ROM. That is pure win. If you have a Motorola Triumph, are feeling bold and understand that XDA and samcripp are not responsible fo. . . READ ON »
Posted December 2, 2011 at 02:56 pm by orb3000
If you are impressed with the HTC HD2 in terms of the developments that have been possible here at XDA, here’s another case of great development happening on legacy hardware. For those of you too young to remember HTC Universal-in 2005–was the first 3G device ever released with a VGA 3.5″ pivoting screen. It came originally with Windows Mobile 5.0.
Now thanks to the terrific efforts of XDA member notime2d8, and some other members involved, Android arrives with the CyanogenMod 7 for Universals with 128Mb (shame for those with 64Mb). According to Dev, everything is working except for the WiFi and the modem/phone functions.
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Originally posted by notime2d8
New Test Build…
I just upload
Posted November 30, 2011 at 07:43 am by orb3000
It seems the unstoppable HTC HD2 aka Leo keep giving us surprises, and now it takes a giant leap ahead of other devices with hardware acceleration fix. XDA member Ankuch on Android SD and XDA member michie on NAND ROM variant presents this version based on Nexus One’s AOSP Ice Cream Sandwich, and promises that the ROM is even faster than Gingerbread.
By now almost everything is working except for USB Mass Storage and camera but sure following updates will include fixes for that. It is important for developers to know about your feedback, this way all bugs you find can be corrected so please participate.
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Originally posted by michie
I compiled a mix between ankuch’s SD build and Tytung’s NAND bui