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This seems very interesting.
Is Apps2SD integrated and does the Linux Kernel on this support ext4?
(Yeah, I'm a little bit spoiled with Paul's and teknologist's great work :))


All the work done by Paul and Teknologist is in here :)

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All the work done by Paul and Teknologist is in here :)

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Thanks for the quick answer, let's try it out. :)

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so i would be guessing this would be much faster than normally Hero would be with Sense ? :) but i don't like the android button :\ its soo compact doesn't feel fancy or nerdy :\

Edited by Marcony0, 20 January 2010 - 09:57 PM.

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so i would be guessing this would be much faster than normally Hero would be without Sense ? :) but i don't like the android button :\ its soo compact doesn't feel fancy or nerdy :\


It is much faster, and you can always install an alternative home application or Rosie (sense launcher) again.

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After a nice Nandroid backup and wipe, it's up and... I'm loving it! :)

Was always more of a vanilla fan and this is just great. I'll user it for a few days and report if I find any quirks.
Thanks again for this great work! ^^

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It is much faster, and you can always install an alternative home application or Rosie (sense launcher) again.

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makes sense ... because i do like the People/Dialer and Home of HTC sense - if these 3 would be there, i wouldn't mind unloading everything else.

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makes sense ... because i do like the People/Dialer and Home of HTC sense - if these 3 would be there, i wouldn't mind unloading everything else.


You might want to stick with the Modaco Custom Custom ROM then :) Paul's done some great work on that.

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Yeah, maybe too much posting but have to bring my first impressions.

This is lightning fast. I'm already used to Paul's great work at the MCR, but this. This beats even that (speed wise - no wonder with that much bulk cut out). :)
I've never seen my screen rotate THIS fast and I can rotate the home screen to boot! :)

Edited by bojzi, 20 January 2010 - 10:06 PM.

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Yeah, maybe too much posting but have to bring my first impressions.

This is lightning fast. I'm already used to Paul's great work at the MCR, but this. This beats even that (speed wise - no wonder with that much bulk cut out). :)
I've never seen my screen rotate THIS fast and I can rotate the home screen to boot! :)


Great to hear :)

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Ummm... I see that the calendar isn't implemented yet but is there any way to have a functioning calendar (an app maybe) on the phone.
The calendar's pretty important to me. :)

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Ummm... I see that the calendar isn't implemented yet but is there any way to have a functioning calendar (an app maybe) on the phone.
The calendar's pretty important to me. :)


It should be here for the next release, in the mean time try a calendar app from the market. Sorry!

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It's OK, I'll try to find an alternative for the time being. ^^

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Good news, I've just pushed Calendar.apk and CalendarProvider.apk from MCR 3.0 to /system/app (as someone on XDA suggested) and it works! :)

I just synchronized it, added my calendar widget, added and removed an event without as much as a hitch. Yay! :)

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Good news, I've just pushed Calendar.apk and CalendarProvider.apk from MCR 3.0 to /system/app (as someone on XDA suggested) and it works! :)

I just synchronized it, added my calendar widget, added and removed an event without as much as a hitch. Yay! :)


Great to hear! I think I'll swallow my pride down and include HTC's calendar in 1.2.

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Just a question- how did you get HTC's calendar working? I pushed it onto my phone, and it force closes whenever I try to create an event or select a day.

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Just a question- how did you get HTC's calendar working? I pushed it onto my phone, and it force closes whenever I try to create an event or select a day.


Nothing special really - extracted it from MCR 3.0, and did an adb push to /system/app of both files.
After that I restarted the phone and it's working now.

My setup is like this - if it helps anything.
All my apps are installed via Apps2SD, I've got my Google account setup before pushing this to the phone, the only thing I've got installed, that's calendar related, is the Pure Calendar Widget.
I've had MCR 3.2 beta 3 installed before this ROM. I did a data wipe and installed it.

As for the swallowing of your pride :), I don't really use the Calendar app that much, I'm much more interested in the Pure Calendar widget because it displays lots of my upcoming events so pretty much any Calendar that this widget can work with is welcome. :)

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Not quite. This ROM is a complete vanilla android package, without ANY HTC apps, and with real android apps. Big difference, visual and underlying.


Hi AtchTeeSee
Have not had the chance to give your ROM a second try, but reading the changelog etc. all looking good.
Will most likely be this week end but reading the replies/responses here looks promising
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1.2 out for calendar and Nexus One fans :)

When HTC's 2.1 ROM comes out, I'll be making a vanilla Nexus One rom too :)

Enjoy!
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Any chance for alternative download link please?
i cant d\l from file factory :)

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Any chance for alternative download link please?
i cant d\l from file factory :)


Sure thing, I hate filefactory too. Uploading now...

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