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Daskalos B7610 6.5.3 ROM Build 21679


Here is a new 6.5.3 ROM (Build 21679)

-This is a FULL ROM so all Samsung Apps are included
-Added some third party apps
-Added some Samsung Apps from I8000 JH2 Build
-include an additional Opera cab (cause I suspect the OEM Opera will not work because I replaced some files). If Opera does not work, just install the included cab.


Note that I cook this ROM blindly, and haven't tested it yet, so I can't assure that this is bug free :lol:

Download it here:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CUY93U6Q

Edited by daskalos, 24 September 2010 - 02:37 PM.

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Whats in it? What is new?
Anxiety is taking over.

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Hey daskalos, you still out there! Can't believe it!
Can I expect a real megalite around here?

Thanks for supporting us!

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Looking forward to getting my hands on this.

Did you get a new phone, or are you building this blind..??

Let me know if you want a tester, happy to help out.

Dave

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Looking forward to getting my hands on this.

Did you get a new phone, or are you building this blind..??

Let me know if you want a tester, happy to help out.

Dave


Blindly :lol:

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Blindly :lol:


Good Man.....

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No megalite, your trademark?

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Downloaded and installed.

working fine - are you suspected Opera isn't working, but I don't use this anyway.

No delay in ring - which is the main thing I look for in a ROM.

Very fast so far.

will provide another update after I've been using over the weekend.

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what's the differences with the 23135 build?

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what's the differences with the 23135 build?


Good stuff daskalos - Happy to see you cooking!
What projects you working on now?

--summoner

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I don`t copy file , when use File manager "software" , button "Done " is disable

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Thank you Daskalos, it's great that you're back. I installed it yesterday, so far I'm happy with it, it's pretty fast and stable. Also changing desktops in "Life Mode" is faster and the widgets are preloaded (no delay until they load on certain desktop) which is great.

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Daskalos, really appreciate the time you dedicate to develop roms. I have tried several and as this is my first post so want to use it to give you some credits.

Also want to make the remark that I am both a newbie to the forum as to ROM development. Did some with my xperia, they seem stable. But my B7610 seems more sensible to the kind of roms installed.

Just installed above mentioned rom. Everything seems to go smooth. Have noted -so far- two minor issues:
1. When using the Samsung Widget screen between the taskbar (above the screen) and the wallpapers of the widget tabs there is still some background visible.
2. When changing to landscape mode the following happens:
- in widget mode I see 3 backgrounds (the one selected is not stretched).
- with quick panel (middle hardware button on telephone activated) it doesn't stretch to landscape mode.

I don't use the widget screen, and the quick panel but just wanted to make the remark.

If you need a newbie as tester for roms, please let me know.

Edited by 761215145, 26 September 2010 - 05:56 PM.

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Daskalos, really appreciate the time you dedicate to develop roms. I have tried several and as this is my first post so want to use it to give you some credits.

Also want to make the remark that I am both a newbie to the forum as to ROM development. Did some with my xperia, they seem stable. But my B7610 seems more sensible to the kind of roms installed.

Just installed above mentioned rom. Everything seems to go smooth. Have noted -so far- two minor issues:
1. When using the Samsung Widget screen between the taskbar (above the screen) and the wallpapers of the widget tabs there is still some background visible.
2. When changing to landscape mode the following happens:
- in widget mode I see 3 backgrounds (the one selected is not stretched).
- with quick panel (middle hardware button on telephone activated) it doesn't stretch to landscape mode.

I don't use the widget screen, and the quick panel but just wanted to make the remark.

If you need a newbie as tester for roms, please let me know.


About Samsung Widgets in landscape mode, it is not fully compatible with landscape because the version I use came from i8000. (which has no landscape mode I think)
So why not use the one from B7610?
Because B7610 have no 6.5.3 update, so some Samsung Apps from B7610 like ,Samsung Widgets ,will have issues with screen alignment because they were written to fit the size of a 6.5 screen, which is a bit different with 6.5.3 ( because of the additions of buttons on the bottom bar and slight thinner upper bar on 6.5.3). Using B7610 Samsung widgets on 6.5.3 will result to some misalignment of the app in the screen.
Since i8000 have official 6.5.3 updates, Samsung application developers have implemented the correct alignment for 6.5.3
Until Samsung does not give an official 6.5.3 update for B7610 (and I think will never will) the only way to have a nice fitting Samsung Widgets is to use the one from i8000
Another way if someone will hack B7610 Samsung Widgets to correct the alignment :lol:

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Until Samsung does not give an official 6.5.3 update for B7610 (and I think will never will) the only way to have a nice fitting Samsung Widgets is to use the one from i8000
Another way if someone will hack B7610 Samsung Widgets to correct the alignment :lol:


Hmm Samsung and SE share the same business approach, I guess. If you want software without the initial flaws.. spent another 500 EUR on the newer gadget. From their point of view can't blame them though.

Leave the widgets, I would already be happy if I did not get the 'no sim' sign, I suspect to come from low memory (and that's often enough).

I assume the double setup icon (and alarm clock icons) I encounter in the setup also have to do with trying to integrate 6.5.3 functionality? They are not an issue (though was shocked to wake up on an alarm which I thought I didn't activate :-).

And once you have another way of donating then through paypal, count me in!

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Quick Update,

I've used this over the weekend without any issues at all. Haven't needed to restart, and the phone is still performing really well (no lag at all). Battery life has been good - not chewing through battery at all.

Only modifications I've made have been to install another keyboard (s*ype) and also change the lockscreen back to 6.1 (in the reg editor provided).

Overall a great ROM for those that are happy with the Samsung applications and don't want to invest a lot of time setting up CABs etc.

Dave

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Which keyboard is that? thx

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Which keyboard is that? thx


http://www.modaco.co...n-rom-releases/

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I think it is win 6.5.3 problem when sometimes you can’t find OK button. Maybe someone found solution?
About opera app, which was in rar – nice, but if you write www address – you don’t see anything, because there are white letters on the white background 

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