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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGAqvpYLiGw

Slightly dumbed down for Westerners making the H silent ;p


That is so cool, thanks!

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Of course this (er...) way, Wah-Way is obviously not the same company as "Who Are-We" that the US government doesn't like that they might have heard mentioned on the tv :-)

Btw, the guy I bought mine from in a Vodafone shop pronounced it "Hawaii" (as in the US state) - he said he knew that wasn't quite right but it sounded good to him.

Edited by Hogweed, 19 December 2012 - 03:04 PM.

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So I installed the B952 ICS from Huawei, and with the help of Rom Toolbox, I've managed to make it by far the best stock rom until now. No reboots, no freezes, At first it was a bit slow, but when I started to fiddle with it, it got faster. Sometimes the screen doesn't respond when you tap it, but over all that's it, that's all that needs improvement.
I now have around 150-170mb of free RAM.

Haven't tried games, because phones aren't for gaming.
You don't have the vodacrap, the Huawei screen lock, radio, All backup app, but if you have a backup of those, you can just install them.

I went from GB B895 to this ICS B952 using the middle file and then the update (the sd upgrade method).

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So I installed the B952 ICS from Huawei, and with the help of Rom Toolbox, I've managed to make it by far the best stock rom until now. No reboots, no freezes, At first it was a bit slow, but when I started to fiddle with it, it got faster. Sometimes the screen doesn't respond when you tap it, but over all that's it, that's all that needs improvement.
I now have around 150-170mb of free RAM.

Haven't tried games, because phones aren't for gaming.
You don't have the vodacrap, the Huawei screen lock, radio, All backup app, but if you have a backup of those, you can just install them.

I went from GB B895 to this ICS B952 using the middle file and then the update (the sd upgrade method).


what changes did you make with rom toolbox, im using the orignal b952 which has the vodaphone stuff, i havnt tried the worldwide release yet.

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Of course this (er...) way, Wah-Way is obviously not the same company as "Who Are-We" that the US government doesn't like that they might have heard mentioned on the tv :-)


Of course, "Who-Are-We" are from the other China, the one that used to be in the USSR before Uncle Sam scattered to Commies to the four winds.

Btw, the guy I bought mine from in a Vodafone shop pronounced it "Hawaii" (as in the US state) - he said he knew that wasn't quite right but it sounded good to him.


Thats Vodafone customer service in a nutshell; 'Its not quite right, but hey, it sounds good and no-one will know the difference, right!?'

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what changes did you make with rom toolbox, im using the orignal b952 which has the vodaphone stuff, i havnt tried the worldwide release yet.


I installed the worldwide release (I jumped from B895 to B952), the worldwide release doesn't have the vodacrap, nor radio or all backup.

After installation, I did a quick root, unlocked bootloader, CWM recovery, and then ROM toolbox. I uninstalled Gmail, Google plus, the music app from huawei, Voice dialer, twitter, facebook, chrome browser (I don't use my phone for browsing, and when I do, the build in browser is just enough), and 2-3 more apps (I can't remember what they were).
I also use Rom toolbox to install some scripts - zipalign apps, fix system speed up and increased the read/write speed of the SD card (from 128kb that was set by the phone, to 2mb).
It doesn't have the toggles bar, and I just installed Power Toggles, and used it.
The phone is working just fine, no lags, no restarts, no app force closing. For the first time I can play Rage of Bahamut on ICS, without force closing.

So I'm pretty satisfied with how it turned up.

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I installed the worldwide release (I jumped from B895 to B952), the worldwide release doesn't have the vodacrap, nor radio or all backup.

After installation, I did a quick root, unlocked bootloader, CWM recovery, and then ROM toolbox. I uninstalled Gmail, Google plus, the music app from huawei, Voice dialer, twitter, facebook, chrome browser (I don't use my phone for browsing, and when I do, the build in browser is just enough), and 2-3 more apps (I can't remember what they were).
I also use Rom toolbox to install some scripts - zipalign apps, fix system speed up and increased the read/write speed of the SD card (from 128kb that was set by the phone, to 2mb).
It doesn't have the toggles bar, and I just installed Power Toggles, and used it.
The phone is working just fine, no lags, no restarts, no app force closing. For the first time I can play Rage of Bahamut on ICS, without force closing.

So I'm pretty satisfied with how it turned up.


how do i zipalign apps, fix system speed and read write speed?

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how do i zipalign apps, fix system speed and read write speed?

You do that using ROM Manager Pro.
Open the app, and at the first screen you have an option called "Scripter", select that one, and you will see that you have some scripts there, you can use any of them.

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thanks will give it ago,how do these work.is it safe to change

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You do that using ROM Manager Pro.
Open the app, and at the first screen you have an option called "Scripter", select that one, and you will see that you have some scripts there, you can use any of them.


which is rom manager or rom toolkit.toolkit litr has scripter but asks to import from server?

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jusr tried running zipalign script but comes back saying zipalign binary missing?

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http://www.modaco.co...ro/page__st__20 - this is a topic I started for Rom Toolbox Pro. you can find on page 2 how to use the zipalign script

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http://www.modaco.co...ro/page__st__20 - this is a topic I started for Rom Toolbox Pro. you can find on page 2 how to use the zipalign script


hey, any chance you could make a repack of your custom rom? with the tweeks added.

Edited by yaqh, 21 December 2012 - 11:03 AM.

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hey, any chance you could make a repack of your custom rom? with the tweeks added.


I'll try this weekend, I'm not at home right now (damn boss keep sending me through the country)...

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I'll try this weekend, I'm not at home right now (damn boss keep sending me through the country)...


okay, thanks

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this is great rom and I'm sure it could be better if one the devs add some extra tweeks to make the touch ui more responsive.

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this is great rom and I'm sure it could be better if one the devs add some extra tweeks to make the touch ui more responsive.

Like stock+ you mean??

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Best stock rom so far.

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