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  1. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [ROM] DiXperia 7 'Avenger' (Can not Install)   

    I work at it..ok? ^^
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  2. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [Recovery] ClockworkMod 4-6 Theard by_Cybercom684   

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  3. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [ROM] DiXperia 7 'Avenger' (Can not Install)   

    Now haha
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  4. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic I'm Back :DD   

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  5. Cybercom684 added a topic in Acer Liquid -   

    [ROM] DiXperia 7 'Avenger' (Can not Install)

    [ROM] DiXperia 7 'Avenger' | Back to form in time with better performance!
    Thats a Port from Xperia X10

    -Apps and looking from Xperia S (lockscreen, font, clocks, widgets, etc.).
    -Bravia Engine.
    -Playstation Certificate.
    -Fixed bugs from older DiXperias.
    -Better performance, renew tweaks, tricks and scripts.

    That's all - I don't like writing what's inside my ROM - you just should test it yourself .

    -Android 2.3.3 Stock(-based) or Android 2.1 Stock (2 ways to install it, but I suggest you 2.3.3 - easier, and I think everyone using at least that ROM).
    -Root, Busybox, xRecovery.
    -*Optional* Unlocked Bootloader to flash better Custom Kernels like DooMKernel.

    Installation Process:
    People with Rooted Android 2.3.3 Stock(-based):

    1. Go to xRecovery and do some steps:
    -Factory Reset
    -Wipe Cache Partition
    -Wipe Dalvik Cache
    -Wipe Battery Stats
    2. Choose Install Custom Zip and select my ROM.
    3. After this Reboot Phone.

    + more instructions for people on 2.1

    4. (instead of point 3) Take off battery from your phone (don't use Reboot Phone, DON'T TURN OFF YOUR PHONE NATURALLY).
    5. Put .ftf file to firmwares folder inside FlashTool direct place on your PC.
    6. Flash .ftf file.
    7. Turn on your phone naturally.

    sorry i dont can make some screenshots... i need Testers for screenshots :/
    but... here is the original Rom from the Xperia x10:


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  6. Cybercom684 added a topic in Acer Liquid -   

    I'm Back :DD
    I have to add the Acer no longer but will do my best for you and try 4 next custom roms to get you out & still add a few modifications such as aroma installer or Beats(audio) Mod ^^

    AaaaaaaaaaaaNnnnnnnnnDdddddd.... sry for my poor English, i'm 14 Years old and i'm from Germany :DD
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  7. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [Rom] [GB_2.3.7] Techdevil (UltimateGamingRom) By_Cybercom684   

    Yes I Know :/
    sry It's a Gaming rom...
    Sorry.. :(
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  8. Cybercom684 added a topic in HTC Wildfire -   


    CyanogenMod 10

    Unofficial Buzz

    Working fine :DD

    Not Working:
    you'll tell me (;

    All Versions:
    Newest Version:
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  9. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [Rom][4.0.4][ICS]ParanoidAndroid [Original] By_Cybercom684   

    i'm shure...
    it comes a Famle, to do the work 4 you..

    sry for my bad english ;)
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  10. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [Rom][4.0.4][ICS]ParanoidAndroid [Original] By_Cybercom684   

    Oh Sorry^^

    My Acer Liquid E is Brocken :/
    Now I have the HTC Desire...
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  11. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [Rom][4.0.4][ICS]ParanoidAndroid [Original] By_Cybercom684   

    Yes, It's a nice Rom (Everything is Working)!!
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  12. Cybercom684 added a topic in HTC Wildfire -   

    [29/12/2012][PORT][CM9] Icy Snap LG 3.1 UI




    ▷TYPE: "bootfxoff" TO DISABLE
    ▷TYPE: "bootfxon" TO ENABLE


    ▷TYPE: "emissions"


    ▷TYPE: "dslog" TO DISABLE
    ▷TYPE: "enlog" TO ENABLE


    ▷TYPE: "zip"


    ▷TYPE: "d2ext"


    ▷TYPE: "d2extoff"


    ▷TYPE: "ledoff"


    ▷TYPE: "ledon"


    Quote: BUGS

    1. Lockscreen is HDPI so needs resizing [WIP]
    2. You tell me

    CLICK Here

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  13. Cybercom684 added a topic in HTC Wildfire -   

    [TheardPort]The Complete Wildfire Index (Root/S-OFF Guides/ROMs/Kernels/Radios/RUU/Recoveries/Themes)

    The Complete Wildfire Index (Root/S-OFF Guides/ROMs/Kernels/Radios/RUU/Recoveries/Themes)

    This thread has 2 Posts, and is categorized as following. You can scroll down to the Point you are looking for.

    Post 1:
    Getting Root / S-OFF to your Wildfire. A Short overview and Guide
    Custom ROM List
    Post 2:

    Custom Kernels List
    Radio (Baseband) List
    RUU List (ROM Update Utility - Getting back to stock)
    Custom Recoveries (ClockWorkMod)
    Themes List
    Misc tweaks / hacks

    1: Rooting / S-OFF'ing your Wildfire

    -- Rooting your phone is essential if you wish to install Custom ROM's, Custom Apps2SD Scripts, Overclock, install Root only apps etc. Note: Rooting will void your warranty, but, you can use an RUU (Refer Pt 5) to restore back to your stock ROM. Rooting essentially consists of 2 parts - Pushing a custom Recovery like Clockworkmod (Essential), and, installing the SuperUser app.

    AlphaRev X Public Beta is now available. You can now get S-OFF and root, on all the newer HBoots as well. Means, now, irrespective on which Wildfire you are on, you can get S-OFF and root!Link HERE

    UPDATE (03/08/2011) - AlphaRev X is now called Revolutionary. The Process stated below remains the same, only the website and the name has changed. The new Website can be accessed HERE

    A Short FAQ and Guide for AlphaRev X (Revolutionary):Q: First and foremost, what is S-OFF?
    A: It's the disabling of the SecuFlag, a security implementation by HTC. When your phone is S-OFF, you essentially have "complete control" over it. Advatages stated below.

    Q: I am rooted already. Do I need S-OFF?
    A: Depends. Advantages of S-OFF are writable /system partition, so you can perform many modifications directly on your Wildfire, without using ADB. Also, you can change your Splash screen. (It is the White screen with Green HTC Text which comes immediately after power on). Another major advantage is enabling of Fastboot (On AlphaRev X only). However, it is not "essential" that you got to have S-OFF.

    Q: Is the warranty void?
    A: Yes, as is the case with rooting and installing Custom ROMs, Warranty IS void. But, there are ways to get back to a stock configuration. Refer the next question.

    Q: How do I revert back to S-ON?
    A: It's now possible! You will require Fastboot, and the Stock HBoot (a nb0 file) from an RUU. The guide for the same can be found HERE

    Q: Ok, I am interested! How to I go about it?
    A: Visit the website HERE. Download for your respective platform. Short How - To below:

    Q: Which HBoot version do I have? Which versions does AlphaRev X support?
    A: To get your version, Power off your phone. Then hold Vol Down + Power Key, this will open HBoot menu, and your version will be written on the first line. AlphaRev X only supports HBoot 1.01.x at this point of time, and not 0.80x. So, if you are on 0.80, you will have to flash an official Froyo RUU (Point 5 of this thread), and continue from there.Pre - Requisites:

    - A phone on one of the newer HBoots 1.01.0001 or 1.01.0002. HBoot 1.01.0002 is no longer supported, and you will have to downgrade to 1.01.0001. Guide here
    - ADB Drivers. Download HTC Sync, Install it and Uninstall it after that. We just need the drivers.
    - Hacked HBoot Drivers. Guide Here
    - Your Wildfire's Serial Number. (Printed on the Box and below the battery. It is a 12 digit Alphanumeric number, which normally (not necessarily) begins with HT0 (That's a Zero))
    - USB Debugging ON. (Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging)
    - When you connect your Wildfire to your PC, make sure it is in "Charge only" mode.The Actual Process:

    - The actual process is pretty much self explanatory. After you download the program, simply run it. It will detect your Wildfire, along with its HBoot version, (If drivers are installed properly. This process doesn't take time at all), and perform the patching of the HBoot. The entire process takes about 1 minute at most. If it gets stuck there is some problem somewhere. If it states Success at the end, that's it. Your phone is patched and is now S-OFF.

    - Here's a video tutorial on how to get S-OFF and install a Custom recovery using Revolutionary. (Courtesy theunlockr)

    - WARNING - Some reports by members suggest that after S-OFF'ing with AlphaRev, they encounter various issues, on the Stock / HTC Sense based ROMs. You will lose the ability to use HTC Setup, HTC Wallpapers and HTC Scenes. Everything else works as intended though.
    - UPDATE - There is a Fix for it. Head over here: Fix for Sense 2.2.1 after S-OFFPotential Problems:

    - Stuck at Detecting Device - Drivers are not installed properly. Refer the Pre-Requisites section.
    - Stuck at Booting at Fastboot or Process 2 - You are possibly on HBoot 1.01.0002. There are some versions of the latest HBoot which is not supported by AlphaRev X, and you will have to downgrade it. IEF of the AlphaRev X team has written a great guide for the same, which can be accessed here
    - Unknown command - Similar to above. You are probably on HBoot 1.01.0002 and will need to downgrade.
    - Wrong Beta Key - Just what it says, you are reading it wrong. Majorly, there is confusion between I (Capital I) and l (small L). Re-read your beta key. Also, make sure the values you have entered into the website are correct, especially your Serial number. Another way to rectify this is redownloading the executable from the website, which fixed it for many users. (Your key should still be correct though)
    - Stuck after Beta Key successful - Uninstall HTC Sync. This seemed to fix the issue for me personally.
    - Anything else - First, Downgrade to HBoot 1.01.0001, if not already done so. Guide here. If it still doesn't work, I am at the end of my limited knowledge. Contact the AlphaRev X team, they will put you on the right track. Link Here (IRC Link)

    What after S-OFF?

    Great, your phone is now S-OFF, meaning with a completely unlocked bootloader. However, before you get to flashing a Custom ROM or modding, you will have to install a Custom Recovery (like Clockworkmod). Get your needed version of Clockworkmod from the second post, and follow one of the methods to install it.1) Via Revolutionary Itself - Revolutionary now asks you after S-OFF'ing your device whether you would want to install a Custom Recovery or not. If you select Yes, it will automatically download the latest Clockworkmod Recovery and install it on your Wildfire. It's definitely the easiest way with absolutely no hassles. But, if it fails for you, the 2 alternatives are stated below.

    2) Via Terminal Emulator - Guide Here. If you get an error "flash_image: Not Found", follow Steps 1-5 from Here, then, back to the original (first) link. Pushing of flash_image is a 1 time process. You need not repeat it everytime.

    3) Via Fastboot (Needs AlphaRev / Revolutionary S-OFF) - Guide Here. Refer the part called "To install Clockworkmod after Revolutionary". Can't understand Step 6? Screenshot here: (My fastboot .exe is in D:\Android\android-sdk-windows). Link to Image

    4) Via Unrevoked (No Pre-Requisites. Works on S-ON / S-OFF devices) - Guide Here

    I want to install <Insert ROM Name here> What next?- After you have performed all of the above steps, Refer this thread by 42turkey's for a very detailed explanation on what to do to install Custom ROMs. Link Here
    (NOTE -Follow that Guide from Part 3 onwards. Part 1 and 2 are already performed in the above steps. Thus, you do not need to use Unrevoked)

    Root Guides:
    Only applicable if you are on HBoot 0.80x (i.e. Android 2.1 Eclair)[GUIDE] Turkeys' Ultimate Guide to Root Wildfire v42.1.2 (Root ROM A2SD & Unoot!)


    2: ROM List: (Sorted by Last Update Date)

    Short Primer on Wildfire ROMs:

    AOSP stands for Android Open Source Project. AOSP ROM's are essentially pure (or bare) Android ROM's - The way Android was originally developed, and "intended" to be experienced.
    Sense ROM's are the ones which are based on the HTC Sense UI. The Sense UI adds various functionalities like a smart dialer and contacts app, better social network integration, HTC Widgets etc.
    There is no ROM which is "best". ROM choice is extremely subjective, and, what is the current favourite, may not appeal to you. Hence, use your discretion, read the threads, and test a few before settling on your personal favourite.
    ProTip - If you are modding your "significant other's" (colleagues, girls, wifes, mother-in-laws etc) Wildfire, (Or anyone, who isn't much inclined to tech / smartphones in general) , it is recommended to stick with Stock / Sense based ROMs

    1: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs

    WARNING - Please read the thread carefully before flashing it, so you know what works and what doesn't. These are Test ROMs, and, may not be suitable for daily usage yet.

    A) AOSP Based "Original Development" / Source Built ROMs:2012-09-20 - CyanogenMod 9.0.0 Unofficial Test Builds by arco68 / ErwinP
    B) AOSP Based Derivative / "Based-On" ROMs:

    2012-11-11 - MiniCM9 v1 by jordfaz
    2012-10-29 - MIUI V4 2.10.26 Beta by tathanhlam66
    2012-10-16 - ICS LiGux v4.1 byelia222
    2012-10-16 - Paranoid Android 2.1 by elia222
    2012-10-14 - HTC Hero CyanogenMod 9 4.0.4 Port by Damag3
    2012-10-08 - Xperia Lovin Ice Cream v1.1 by tathanhlam66
    2012-10-05 - MIUI V4 2.9.21 Unofficial SnapSeries by Steriod™
    2012-09-30 - KoolMIUI 2.6.8 V1.1 by KoolSavas95
    2012-09-27 - MIUI V4 1.0 by Pator57
    2012-07-13 - AOKP Milstone 6 Port by tathanhlam66
    2012-03-04 - MIUI V4 2.3.2 Beta 1 by stelios97
    2012-02-25 - SplashICS v0.6 by jamal2367

    2: Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROMs

    A) AOSP Based "Original Development" / Source Built ROMs:2012-11-10 - CyanMobileX Build 1 by keyur2maru
    2012-06-16 - CyanogenMod 7.2 Final(GWK74/2.3.7) byarco68 / HCDR.Jacob
    2012-03-15 - CyanogenMod-7 Nightly Builds (GWK74/2.3.7) by arco68 / HCDR.Jacob (Local Builds byErwinP / cobje)
    2012-01-25 - Abtekk's Custom ROM v3 (2.3.7) by abtekk
    2011-12-21 - DevNull (GRJ90/2.3.5) and Oxygen 2.3.2 (GWK74/2.3.7) Test Builds by schiznik
    2011-11-11 - Stock AOSP 2.3.7r1 GWK74 with by xdbg
    2011-10-10 - CyanogenMod- for Wildfire by arco68 / HCDR.Jacob
    2011-07-22 - Wild Ginger GB 2.3.4 by h4oxer
    2011-05-28 - Whisper by ben1066
    B) AOSP Based Derivative / "Based-On" ROMs:

    2012-11-15 - MIUI GB V3 by jordfaz
    2012-11-12 - MiniCM7 v1 by jordfaz
    2012-11-07 - COSG3 v.30SC by nino90
    2012-11-05 - CZRom by Rydlis
    2012-09-05 - 3v1lut10n by Damag3
    2012-08-17 - LeWaOS v14 by elia222
    2012-08-12 - Lovin Ice Cream 1.0 by tathanhlam66
    2012-08-10 - Lezo Buzz 1.8.3 by tathanhlam66
    2012-07-26 - LiGux v8.1 Final by elia222
    2012-07-24 - KoolSony HD v2.1 by KoolSavas95
    2012-07-07 - MokeeOS v2 by slymobi
    2012-06-28 - Kool-Elia-JoyOS v3.0 by Various Devs
    2012-06-19 - ShenduOS by tathanhlam66
    2012-05-16 - MIUI Buzz Beta 7 by hacktrix2006
    2012-05-12 - Lezo for HTC Wildfire by tathanhlam66
    2012-04-29 - Galaxy Nexus (ICS Style Mod) by josemaesra
    2012-03-06 - SplashMOD v2.0 - (2.3.7) by jamal2367
    2012-02-23 - High-Voltage Three by george1234567890
    2011-11-30 - ZeroROM v1.0! by revan1993
    2011-11-19 - IceCreamBread™ v1.1 - (2.3.7) by mrweqa
    2011-10-23 - LotusMod S 1.0 Final by kaassaus
    2011-08-13 - JokerGEN 1.0 Beta by emiliano7
    2011-07-29 - LotusMod V1.3 Beta 2.0 (2.3.4)(A2SD+)(HCDR.Kernel) by jonas2295
    2011-06-22 - Wild Eye 1.0 by migueldemon / anonimo95
    2011-06-01 - Ruymanca V7.1 Pain Ass by ruymanca / anonimo95
    2011-05-11 - Ginger Yoshi 1.1 (2.3.4) by stevendeb25
    C) Sense Based:

    NOTE - All ROM's below are experimental. Please read the thread carefully before flashing it, so you know what works and what doesn't.

    2012-06-13 - KoolSense v1.7.3 (Sense 2.1 on Gingerbread 2.3.3) by KoolSavas95
    2012-06-03 - buSyBuZz v1.0 (Sense 3.5 on Gingerbread 2.3.7) by benjamingwynn
    2012-03-25 - Sense 3.5 Beta 1 by Various Devs
    2011-10-19 - SenseOnFire v0.4b (Sense 2.1 on Gingerbread 2.3.3) by VigiDroid
    2011-06-08 - SFM 1.1 based on Salsa (Sense 2.1 on Gingerbread 2.3.3) by evilisto

    3: Android 2.2 FroYo ROMs

    - Any 2.2 (or below) ROMs will need Clockworkmod 2.x to flash it. Attempting to flash it in Clockworkmod 3.x will give you an error that Amend Scripting is deprecated by Google in Cupcake and is no longer supported.
    - To rectify this, you may "permanently" go back to Clockworkmod 2.x by using Unrevoked / Fastboot
    - Or, as a "temporary" solution, Download ROM Manager > Open it > Select Install Clockworkmod Recovery > Then Select Reboot into Recovery within ROM Manager. This will open, allowing you to flash 2.2 ROMs. This version is over and above your existing 3.x/4.x version
    - Or, another temporary fix is to download the attachment, flash it, and proceed. Repeat everytime you need Clockworkmod 2.x

    A) AOSP Based:2011-07-05 - WildMix 1.0 by anonimo95
    2010-12-12 - CyanogenMod 6.1.0 (Stable) for HTC Buzz (Wildfire) by HCDR.Jacob
    2010-12-06 - UtmostROM_2.0.8a by UtmostMick0
    B) Sense Based:

    2012-10-19 - kwbr Wildfire 4.3.1 by kwbr
    2012-09-26 - RemPuzzleRom 2.81 by kylon
    2012-08-24 - Arsenal 1.1 by ontheflames
    2011-03-21 - DK Custom Froyo v4.7 by Deep-Knight
    2011-08-23 - Steam v1.0 (Supports Arabic) by trippinz
    2011-08-18 - AeroFire_v0.5 (ROM/Theme) by JoeyDelp
    2011-06-11 - JokerDroid 4.2 by emiliano7
    2011-03-23 - Android Freedom Wildfire 2.2.1 (Arabic sense) by moni69
    2011-03-21 - InsertCoin v0.2 by baadnewz
    2011-02-06 - DS Version 7.a by daddyspud
    2011-01-23 - Leaf r3 by doomed151
    2011-01-07 - SUnAaBh v1.1 by warriorvibhu
    2010-12-30 - WildPuzzleROM 2.2.1 v0.6 Light (Remake) by jan27t
    2010-12-22 - Blazing Yoghurt 1.0 bynobloat
    2010-12-10 - 2.22.405.1 r1 - MoDaCo Custom ROM with Online Kitchen by paulobrien
    2010-12-xx - WildPuzzle 2.2.1 v0.6 by danne_jo
    C) Hybrids:
    -- Hybrid ROM's are, at their core, Sense ROM's, with various Sense Features / Apps removed and replaced with AOSP ROM's.

    2012-02-04 - StockMOD 1.0 by saranhai
    2011-03-09 - ImPrOS v1.2 by h4xoer
    2011-02-22 - Stock Froyo + HTC Hybrid V6 by HewGBalls

    2: ROM List (Contd..)

    4: Android 2.1 Eclair ROMs

    A) AOSP Based:-- None
    B) Sense Based:

    2010-11-16 - 1.37.405.1 r1 – HTC Wildfire Stock ROM with Online Kitchen by paulobrien
    2010-09-19 - VIBES v1.6 by warriorvibhu
    C) Hybrid:

    2010-09-20 - Vibes LITE v2.0(Most Bloat Removed) by warriorvibhu

    4: Experimental ROMs

    -- Warning - These are experimental ports, with many non working functions. It is recommended to read the entire post carefully and perform a complete system backup before you attempt to flash these ROM's.

    2012-10-31 - CyanogenMod 10 Build 1 (Android 4.1 - Jellybean Source Build) by jordfaz
    2012-07-24 - CyanogenMod 10 RC0 (Android 4.1 - Jellybean Source Build) by danibosev
    2011-02-28 - Honeyfire Alpha 2 (Android 3.0 - Honeycomb SDK Port) by ben1066


    3: Kernel List: (Sorted by Last Update Date)

    -- In it's very basic terms, allows the software to communicate with hardware
    -- A custom kernel is a must if you intend to overclock. The stock kernel's don't allow it.

    2012-05-03 - [GB/ICS] Sympfinity Beta 4 [sIO-V/R-BFQ3][savagedZen-LagFree-SmartAssV2] by Sympnotic
    2011-11-21 - InfinityPLAY for CM7/AOSP by KeiranFTW
    2011-10-14 - [No WiFi N][Default 518][Fix Hotspot] Kernel based on Arco's nFinity & HCDRJacob's by johnseen99
    2011-09-07 - nFinity 2.6.35 (Kernel included by default in CM7 - Do NOT use on the Stock ROM) by arco68
    2011-06-18 - nFinity 2.6.32 by arco68
    2011-05-23 - [CIFS][WiFi Sleep Fix][Multicast][NFS][AOE]Kernel based on HCDRJacob's/Arco's nFinity kernel source by s7mx1
    2011-01-29 - [KERNEL][OC/UV][bFQ][AUFS][FTW][GPL] HCDR.Kernel v4.2 || Flash to any ROM by HCDR.Jacob


    4: Radio List:

    -- Radio is the lowest software layer of any phone which controls its GSM Functionality, BT, WiFi, GPS etc.
    -- These only work with Clockworkmod 2.5.x. To get Clockworkmod 2.x when you have a newer version, refer the note under Android 2.2 (FroYo) ROMs.
    -- Make sure you have sufficient battery charge and do not interrupt the flashing process.
    -- Warning: - Do NOT Flash any of these Radio's if your Wildfire is not a standard GSM HTC Wildfire A3333, or, it uses any special frequency bands. (eg: 850 MHz). You will lose that particular frequency then,



    5: RUUs:

    -- RUU Stands for ROM Update Utility. You use a RUU whenever you wish to get back to a completely Stock ROM, as it was out of the box.
    -- Normally EXE Files, some RUUs which update the bootloader and prevent rooting have been now distributed as a Flashable ZIP. So, you do not lose the ability to root, and, still can get back to Stock ROM's.

    A) Safe Flash ZIP Files:

    2010-12-18 - Safe Buzz_Froyo_HTC_WWE_2.22.405.1 | No Hboot | No Radio | No Rooted & Rooted by McSpee
    2010-11-28 - Repack of the chinese RUU, Android 2.2 Froyo Rooted Chinese apps removed by Andrey765

    B) EXE's

    [*]Shipped ROM's
    [*]HTC Wildfire Shipped / Stock ROMs Collection

    -- All RUU's are well over 100MB. Make sure you get the complete file.
    -- Get a Customer Error ID 131? You need a Goldcard. Guides can be Googled.


    6: Custom Recoveries:

    -- The stock custom recovery obtained after rooting with Unrevoked is, and, the one obtained after using Revolutionary (Provided you selected Yes to installing Custom Recovery) is v4.0.1.4
    -- To get rid of the offmode charging bug (Which prevents the phone from being switched on normally when charged in a switched off condition), you will need Clockworkmod or newer.
    -- Warning - Installing CWM 3.x/4.x will prevent the installation of Radio's and Sense based ROM's (Amend Scripting not supported). Use CWM from within ROM Manager to rectify this. Or, reinstall v2.5.0.7 from the link given below, Or, flash the attached file ( from the previous post). Also, Amon RA's Recovery is not officially supported. It's experimental.

    How to Install a new Clockworkmod Recovery Image?

    There are 4 basic ways:

    1) Via Terminal Emulator (Needs S-OFF) - Guide Here. If you get an error "flash_image: Not Found", follow Steps 1-5 from Here, then, back to the original (first) link. Pushing of flash_image is a 1 time process. You need not repeat it everytime.
    2) Via Fastboot (Needs AlphaRev / Revolutionary S-OFF or HTC DEV Unlocked Bootloader) - Guide Here. Refer the part called "To install Clockworkmod after Revolutionary"
    3) Via Process (Needs S-OFF) - Download anyone of the PC49IMG ZIP file of the recovery you wish to install, place on your SDcard, and reboot into HBoot Mode (Power Off, then Vol Down + Power Simultaneously). It will detect the file, and ask to install. Simply select Yes. If you wish to install another version which isn't present below, simply get the IMG file of the recovery version you wish to install,and replace in an existing ZIP. (Without Unzipping)
    4) Via Unrevoked (No Pre-Requisites. Works on S-ON / S-OFF devices) - Guide Here

    A) Clockworkmod 6.x

    [*]ClockWorkMod v6.0.1.4 + Aroma Installer

    B) Clockworkmod 5.x

    [*]ClockWorkMod v5.0.2.8
    [*]ClockWorkMod v5.0.2.7
    [*]ClockWorkMod v5.0.2.0 - Click Here for PC49IMG ZIP

    C) Clockworkmod 4.x

    [*]ClockWorkMod v4.0.1.4

    D) Clockworkmod 3.x

    [*]ClockWorkMod v3.2.0.0

    E) Clockworkmod 2.x

    [*]ClockWorkMod v2.5.0.7 - Click Here for PC49IMG ZIP

    F) Others

    [*]Amon RA 2.0.0


    7: Themes:

    -- There is already a thread created by BodenM for this purpose. Includes Sense based, CM6 (Admittedly few) and a few CM7 ROMs. Refer the link below:
    [*]Complete Theme List for Wildfire

    -- Here is another Theme List for the Theme Chooser App included in many Gingerbread AOSP ROMs like Cyanogenmod 7, Ginger Yoshi, Ruymanca etc. MDPI and MDPI/HDPI Themes will work pretty good on the Wildfire, and, HDPI Themes may work, so its a hit or miss. Check this awesome post by maxpower47 here:

    [*]Theme Chooser Themes


    8: Misc:

    [*][script][A2SD]Darktremor Beta 04 [buzz] (01/29/2011)

    -- True Apps2SD that makes use of an EXT Partition on your SD Card to move apps completely to it.

    [*]HTC IME for Tattoo/Wildfire (Working with Froyo and Gingerbread)

    -- Miss the HTC keyboard on AOSP ROMs? The one posted here works perfectly, including the different versions that HTC offers - Compact QWERTY, QWERTY and Phone Keypad

    [*][RLZ][v7.2.2] Patched Market (latest v.2.2.11 / Froyo & Gingerbread)

    -- Allows non compatible devices on the Android Market to be seen and downloaded. (No, Paid apps will remain paid). The latest update can be found here

    [*]Reverse Tethering Wildfire --> Internet Pass Through

    -- Allows you to use your computers / laptops internet on your mobile via USB. Does not work on Android Market out of the box though.

    [*]Custom MTD Partitions for the Wildfire (Increase Internal Memory Size)

    -- Reallocate memory from your internal ROM in such a way to as to increase your internal memory size for installing apps to upto 320MB. This removes the needs for Apps2SD Scripts and gives you a potentially more stable device. Needs S-OFF using Revolutionary

    [*]AGPS Patch for the Wildfire v3.1 and 3.2

    -- This is a patch developed by XDA user crypted for various devices. The benefits claimed are a much improved lock on time, and a connection to a greater number of satellites than before.

    [*]Dual Booting on the HTC Wildfire

    -- Just what it says. This guide teaches you how to have multiple ROMs on your Wildfire and dual boot between them using an app called Boot Manager
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  14. Cybercom684 added a topic in Acer Liquid -   

    Jellybean Porting Thread
    This thread is to assist porting of Android 4.1 (Jellybean) to ICS devices

    A good base ROM for porting:

    Ramdisk diff

    This is a diff file for the Jellybean ramdisk from ICS. This is from the galaxy nexus and will have to be changed for your specific device. Some notes that are not shown in the diff are that /sbin/adbd and init changed -- These are both binaries so they need to be manually taken from the jb ramdisk.

    Files changed in /system/

    This is a list of files that have changed in JB... Please check /vendor/{device vendor}/{device name}/ and /device/{device vendor}/{device name}/ in the CM source to make sure they don't overlap... If any do, just keep your cm9 versions.

    /system/app/ - Basically every apk, don't even bother copying individual changed files

    adb.p dumpsys.p mksh.p sdptool.p
    applypatch.p fsck_msdos.p mtpd.p sensorservice.p
    app_process.p gzip.p ndc.p servicemanager.p
    bluetoothd.p hciattach.p netcfg.p service.p
    bootanimation.p hostapd.p netd.p setup_fs.p
    brcm_patchram_plus.p installd.p pand.p smc_pa_ctrl.p
    bugreport.p ip6tables.p ping.p surfaceflinger.p
    dalvikvm.p ip.p pppd.p system_server.p
    dbus-daemon.p iptables.p racoon.p tc.p
    debuggerd.p keystore.p rild.p tf_daemon.p
    dexopt.p linker.p run-as.p toolbox.p
    dhcpcd.p logcat.p schedtest.p vdc.p
    dnsmasq.p logwrapper.p screencap.p vold.p
    drmserver.p make_ext4fs.p screenshot.p wpa_supplicant.p
    dumpstate.p mediaserver.p sdcard.p
    atrace content e2fsck mdnsd requestsync uiautomator

    dexdump.p/system/etc/apns-conf.xml.p fallback_fonts.xml.p permissions
    audio_effects.conf.p gps.conf.p ppp
    dhcpcd media_profiles.xml.p security
    event-log-tags.p NOTICE.html.gz.p system_fonts.xml.p

    audio_policy.conf media_codecs.xml security
    fallback_fonts-ja.xml preferred-apps

    /system/media/ & /system/fonts/ - Just take it all from jb as pretty much none is device specific.

    /system/framework/ - Everything
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  15. Cybercom684 added a post in a topic [cm9] Adreno GPU JB library upgrade for cyanogenmod 9   

    I have Flash it on My Acer Liquid E ( ParanoidAndroid a1.6 ICS4.0.4)
    It works
    before: 1706
    after: 1991
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