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[ROM] [10/05/13] GB_GENERIC_P729V1.0.0B19 (GEN2) official

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Here I leave my rom based on GB_GENERIC_P729V1.0.0B19 of Moldova (Android 2.3.5). I haven't thought a name for the ROM so suggestions are accepted. Tested in a ZTE GEN2 of Yoigo (Spain) and for now everything works.


BUILD:
ro.build.id=GRJ22
ro.build.display.id=ZTE-BLADEV1.0.0B02
ro.build.version.incremental=eng..20120221.001213
ro.build.version.sdk=10
ro.build.version.codename=REL
ro.build.version.release=2.3.5
ro.build.date=Tue Feb 21 00:22:00 HKT 2012
ro.build.date.utc=1329754920

ro.build.baseband_version=P729B01
ro.build.software_version=ZTE-BLADEV1.0.0B02
ro.build.sw_internal_version=4G4G_GB_GENERIC_P729V1.0.0B19

CHANGELOG:
  • Deodexed
  • Rooted (Superuser, busybox, unsecured boot)
  • Replaced Clock, Contacts, ContactsProvider, LatinIME, Launcher and MMS applications from ZTE with AOSP versions
  • Replaced ZTE Radio with andorko's 0.6 version
  • Removed all other ZTE applications
  • Added AppWigetPicker, GOBackup, GooglePlayMusic, GooglePlayServices, Terminal y RootExplorer (free version)
  • Gapps included and updated
  • Darktremor's A2SD support (in Terminal: su [enter] a2sd zipalingn [enter] a2sd cachesd [enter])
  • Scripts support (init.d)
  • host file updated (remove ads from apps)
  • Replaced GB fonts and audio with ICS ones
  • Replaced GEN3 libraries with GEN2 ones
  • Included latest Adreno drivers for GB
  • Small build.prop tweaks
  • Other minor changes
SCREENSHOTS:
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10/05/13
MD5: 8BD1ABE707213DE7FC0F8EB923E34A3E
DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire...ybf30449y0yc9er

For those who need to calibrate the proximity sensor:
Emode: http://www.mediafire...htwbhvtarf98syx
EmodeHelper: http://www.mediafire...t832b1idvoovr2v

Edited by ilopez85, 10 May 2013 - 10:50 PM.

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i can't view your images, it seems broken.

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Here I leave my rom based on GB_GENERIC_P729V1.0.0B19 of Moldova (Android 2.3.5). I haven't thought a name for the ROM so suggestions are accepted. Tested in a ZTE GEN2 of Yoigo (Spain) and for now everything works.


How Is this different from Swedish Snow or MMHMP?

Edited by Akash P, 05 August 2012 - 03:52 AM.

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How Is this different from Swedish Snow or MMHMP?

  • This is based on a later and generic (no customization of the operator) version
  • It's as close as possible to the original ROM without many modifications, for those seeking simplicity

Edited by ilopez85, 05 August 2012 - 08:56 AM.

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i dont see the reason to not use the gen3 baseband or why not keep it odexed

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i dont see the reason to not use the gen3 baseband...


For those who don't want to upgrade to GEN3, anyway, if you want the original GEN3 libraries, just ask them

...or why not keep it odexed


To be able to replace ZTE's applications with the AOSP versions, anyway, odexed applications only suppose an advantage in the first system boot (not cyanogen, nor the majority of custom ROMs are odexed)

http://www.addictive...complete-guide/

ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES

The advantage of deodexing is in modification possibilities. This is most widely used in custom ROMs and themes. A developer building a custom ROM would almost always choose to deodex the ROM package first, since that would not only allow him to modify various APKs, but also leave room for post-install theming.

On the other hand, since the .odex files were supposed to quickly build the dalvik cache, removing them would mean longer initial boot times. However, this is true only for the first ever boot after deodexing, since the cache would still get built over time as applications are used. Longer boot times may only be seen again if the dalvik cache is wiped for some reason.


Edited by ilopez85, 07 August 2012 - 07:45 PM.

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Updated 10/05/13 (minor changes)

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A simple rom… I’ve always enjoyed simple things. I was looking for a low customized rom and this is perfect.
My suggestion for the name is "Simplex", that means Simple in latin.
I will install it today on a Portuguese Blade sold by optimus carrier (San Francisco) and i will report my experience
Thanks for this :)

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A simple rom… I’ve always enjoyed simple things. I was looking for a low customized rom and this is perfect.
My suggestion for the name is "Simplex", that means Simple in latin.
I will install it today on a Portuguese Blade sold by optimus carrier (San Francisco) and i will report my experience
Thanks for this :)


Saudações :)

Will wait for your report. This rom seems pretty nice :)

Edited by Cyclothunder, 20 May 2013 - 08:49 AM.

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Hi there!

Saudações!

I'm already running this on my phone. I had to flash stock TPT because i didn’t know what TPT to use, i found out that the system occupies a total of 162Mb, and i could be better since it has a lot of apps that could disappear. Cache is 1,8Mb occupied, so a TPT of 160Mb - 2Mb Cache would be nice, but you have to reduce on something.

Other thing i notice is that the contacts (sync from gmail) were not available, at least not all, just a few of them...any thoughts?

In general the roms behaves very well, stable and fast, but it took a loooong time to install and to boot the first time lol

It's a rough diamond I guess, but it lacks a few good options in messages, like vibration tipe on notification and black wallpaper option...

Please remove go backup, and google apps... I guess if the user wants them, he will install it...

EDIT:

Wireless doesn’t connect sometimes, especially on open security networks.
Fonts seems a bit large on some screens.
Contacts look fine now, don't know why but when i send a sms, the report tells me "Delivered to +35193XXXXXX" instead the name of the contact.

I will report more bugs soon

Erm.. you are using stock kernel (i guess), can you use latest burstlam source? Maybe it will correct the problem with the wireless...

Hugs!

Edited by Helio Pinto, 21 May 2013 - 03:02 PM.

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