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TheManicGibbon , Must say it's a great rom. Great battery life i must say.. Would it be too much if i asked you to use the rom i posted below as your base? It's much more stable than FLB's, has a great battery life and has no wifi issues, no bugs whatsoever. It's the Stock Froyo rom from Dell for Dell XCD35 Gen 2 (ZTE BLADE). Build date: 24 Feb 2011. I've removed the recovery from it as well as some undiserable apps.

Please do test out this rom and if you like it do use it as your base.


Looking forward towards your future roms.

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Akash.

Re Uploaded

http://www.mediafire...zu0o42lylyuldy5

Edited by Akash P, 02 August 2011 - 04:28 AM.

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TheManicGibbon , Must say it's a great rom. Great battery life i must say.. Would it be too much if i asked you to use the rom i posted below as your base? It's much more stable than FLB's, has a great battery life and has no wifi issues, no bugs whatsoever. It's the Stock Froyo rom from Dell for Dell XCD35 Gen 2 (ZTE BLADE). Build date: 24 Feb 2011. I've removed the recovery from it as well as some undiserable apps.

Please do test out this rom and if you like it do use it as your base.


Looking forward towards your future roms.

Regards,

Akash.

Attachment:

http://www.mediafire...pholl4mqmoyyrdm



Do you have more details about this rom ?

i want to test it , but do not want to end up with a broken blade .

Edited by Kuoi, 08 August 2011 - 12:05 PM.

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Oops! Sorry, had uploaded the wromg one. I'm re-upoading it again.. Hope you do try it out again.

I'm posting the entire build.prop here.. You can look through it

http://android.modac...15#entry1772404

Edited by Akash P, 02 August 2011 - 04:30 AM.

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I've read your other thread and this does seem like an interesting ROM. One thing putting me off using it as a base is that lack of superuser rights. I'm looking into this though. Also, it wouldn't be GingerFLB then Posted Image.

I'll certainly think about it and do some research Posted Image

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I've read your other thread and this does seem like an interesting ROM. One thing putting me off using it as a base is that lack of superuser rights. I'm looking into this though. Also, it wouldn't be GingerFLB then Posted Image.

I'll certainly think about it and do some research Posted Image

I think your just being polite. ;) Swedish Spring is also based on build from february. There must be like 30 stock ROMs with more recent build than this indian one. Then there's Triple Two Project (Build Jun 24 07:40:49 CST 2011):
http://android.modac...v4-android-222/

It's based on the most recent build of all ROMs here (CM7 excluded). Then there are still four stock ROM updates more recent than that (two hungarian, one french and one german). If someone is planning on a new froyo ROM it should be based on one of those four. I'm not even so sure that there is much use for froyos anymore since gingerbreads are getting good. I made my ROM purely because it was the first android 2.2.2.

Edited by KonstaT, 02 August 2011 - 09:26 AM.

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I think it could still be useful to have decent Froyos kicking about Posted Image

KonstaT, you're a ROM pwnzor and you've helped with GingerFLB before; I have a question for you. If i take one of the stock ROMs and adapt it to make a custom build, how do I root the (update.zip) so that when a user installs the ROM, it's already rooted?

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I think it could still be useful to have decent Froyos kicking about Posted Image

KonstaT, you're a ROM pwnzor and you've helped with GingerFLB before; I have a question for you. If i take one of the stock ROMs and adapt it to make a custom build, how do I root the (update.zip) so that when a user installs the ROM, it's already rooted?

Cheers.


You need to do three things:
-add/replace /system/bin/su (make sure that rights are correct)
-add /system/app/Superuser.apk
-set ro.secure=0 in default.prop

You need to unpack boot.img to edit default.prop. There might also be lines in init.rc that give wrong rights to /system/bin/su.

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You need to do three things:
-add/replace /system/bin/su (make sure that rights are correct)
-add /system/app/Superuser.apk
-set ro.secure=0 in default.prop

You need to unpack boot.img to edit default.prop. There might also be lines in init.rc that give wrong rights to /system/bin/su.



Yeah, I'll not bother Posted Image

I've read that unpacking the boot image is quite difficult, considering I can't even get APKTool to play straight.


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Yeah, I'll not bother Posted Image

I've read that unpacking the boot image is quite difficult, considering I can't even get APKTool to play straight.


It's not that difficult but you need a linux box to do it.

Problems that I've had with APKTool is that it compresses files that shouldn't be compressed (framework-res.apk). .apk's that it creates are also unsigned so you have to sign them afterwards.

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Yeah I've had nothing but problems with APKTool. Any particular distro? Would an Ubuntu VM work?

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Yeah I've had nothing but problems with APKTool. Any particular distro? Would an Ubuntu VM work?

Should work. Here is good how to:
http://android-dls.c...ack_Boot_Images

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Android System takes 86 % of battery wth?!

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Yep I got the problem, just wondering are you on giffgaff??

I'm running Android 2.3.5 AKA Sweedish Snow RLS7 with a giffgaff SIM and MMS won't send for me either.
Has anyone come up with a fix for this?
What are the problems with giffgaff?

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