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[ROM][GEN1 /GEN2] Blade-LG-mode-DOC3000-RLS2 (22/01/12)

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[ROM][GEN1 /GEN2] Blade-LG-mode-DOC3000-RLS2

This ROM is based on Moldovan Mile-High-Mountain-Pie-RLS9-Undervolt-Kernel (Android 2.3.5) from Modaco. Thanks to KonstaT.

My modifications:

- fully reworked all system graphics

- added system support of LG Optimus Black widgets

- added widgets from LG Optimus Black

- added modified by me Launcher 360 with my LG Home 2.0 theme

- added modified by me CM7 Dialer with T9

Download

Mirror 1

Mirror 2

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change your mirrors dont like them .medaifire ,and others mirrors please.

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has anyone tried this ROM? it looks pretty nice with the LG stuff. is it smooth though?

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After flashing stuck in green android logo.....I flashed many roms but this one not booting.

I have OSF OLED version with TPT method of GEN2 and partion my memory card based on elitemovil roms.....Is some thing else I have to do???

Coming from Lewa OS!!!

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Good rom. Will try in a bit

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Does anyone know if this rom is using the new undervolt kernel?

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I am currently on this ROM and i must say is ok.

Have a Nice Look - Nice Skins and Widgets but Launcher is Kinda Slow Compared to Lewa.

S2E is Not working after install DT_ap2SD but app2SD_GUI is ok.

I will test it for battery autonomy and report after.

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Hmm guess ill stick wih GFS then :D

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manmetdehamer, I think you mean gsf r4 aka Ginger stir fry. Oops.

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This ROM is qiute big. Lucky I have a 160mb system partition. Except for the sms widget(FC, maybe a problem with Chinese?), other LG widgits works fine on my blade. It's really nice looking

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manmetdehamer, I think you mean gsf r4 aka Ginger stir fry. Oops.

Hehe yep oops!

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This ROM is qiute big. Lucky I have a 160mb system partition. Except for the sms widget(FC), other LG widgits works fine on my blade. It's really nice looking

Hey can u or anyone else tell me how to increase the system partition size....I have 138 mb system memory at present and for this rom I think need a bit more size for my partion!!!

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Have a Nice Look - Nice Skins and Widgets but Launcher is Kinda Slow Compared to Lewa.

You can change the launcher.

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Does anyone know if this rom is using the new undervolt kernel?

yes

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Hey can u or anyone else tell me how to increase the system partition size....I have 138 mb system memory at present and for this rom I think need a bit more size for my partion!!!

Here is the thread you are looking for:

http://android.modaco.com/topic/339048-guide-flashing-firmware-to-bladelibra-via-windows/

I think you should have a 215mb system partition if you want to flash the coming CM9 or AOSP ICS with all the gapps included in the system/app folder

or a 160mb system partition if you plan to install the gapps for ICS in the data patition.

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Battery Life is really nice.

11 Hours of stby using 2G network with 5 minutes of calls and 10 minutes of Web Browsing via Wifi and still 100%.

I don't want to switch Launcher because i will loose those nice themes.

I didn't have any FCs or strange problems and running fine at 825 Mhz OC.

The Only negative is the Slow 360 Launcher but i think i can live with it and hope that on next 365 Launcher update will be faster.

It's a keeper ROM for me.

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yes

Are you sure about this ?

How can i check it ?

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I think ROM toolbox from market has some special features for those kernels do u can compare

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Are you sure about this ?

How can i check it ?

I have used the kernel from KonstaT.

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feel any difference in overclocking ? i mean when compared to stock 2.6.35.7 kernel

yes

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Battery Life is really nice.

11 Hours of stby using 2G network with 5 minutes of calls and 10 minutes of Web Browsing via Wifi and still 100%.

I don't want to switch Launcher because i will loose those nice themes.

I didn't have any FCs or strange problems and running fine at 825 Mhz OC.

The Only negative is the Slow 360 Launcher but i think i can live with it and hope that on next 365 Launcher update will be faster.

It's a keeper ROM for me.

Wait.. what? 825 mhz?! how the hell is that even possible?

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Just wanted to say that i think this is one of the smoothest ROM's out there. I absolutely love it!

The launcher is ok fast, and so is the rest of the phone. Really nice widgets and icons :)

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Just wanted to say that i think this is one of the smoothest ROM's out there. I absolutely love it!

The launcher is ok fast, and so is the rest of the phone. Really nice widgets and icons :)

thanks )

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