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[ROM] [4.3][Linaro] [JSS15J] FTL Modded AOSP 4.3 (JSS15J)

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25th July 2013, 01:58 AM   |  #1  
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Faster-Than-Light Android 4.3 JSS15J

FTL Modded AOSP 4.3 JSS15J for Verizon Galaxy Nexus (Toro)

- My Quick Settings Mod and other FTL features (Volume keys control media volume, mini navigation bar height etc.)
- Reboot Menu
- Dalvik and Bionic Optimizations (o3 etc.)
- Built w/ Linaro toolchain 13.07
- Bluetooth Low Energy
- Tweaked gps.conf
- Status Bar Auto Unhide: Status bar automatically unhides during new notifications in fullscreen mode and then hides itself after the ticker is finished. (Wrote this because not seeing new notifications while playing games or in fullscreen apps pisses me off lol)
- Kernel: Color Multipliers
- Kernel: Modules Support
- Unrestricted Tethering
- Busybox
- Rooted (Flash separate SuperSU zip)
- Corrected T-CDMA 64
- Removed stock recovery
- Added all proprietary binaries
- All hardware components working
- WIP: Init.d Support

Instructions:
1) Download ROM:
Dev-Host: http://d-h.st/4Tn

2) Download Gapps:
Basic Google Apps: http://d-h.st/s39

3) Download SuperSU:
http://download.chainfire.eu/345/Sup...erSU-v1.51.zip

4) Backup Device
5) Flash the zips in order

All feedback and comments welcome.

If you like the ROM please consider donating to me. Donations of any amount would really help me out. Thank you

Release Log:

07/28/2013
- Reboot Menu
- Dalvik and Bionic Optimizations
- Built w/ Linaro toolchain 13.07
- Kernel: Color Multipliers
- Kernel: Modules Support
- Busybox
- Hardcore Boot Animation

07252013-R1
1) Enable kernel module support (PGM, Touchwake modules can now be loaded)
2) Updated build fingerprint (Might solve Google wallet issue?)
3) Built with Linaro 4.7 toolchain
4) Removed Goddamn in Goddamn Verizon Wireless. God dammit

07242013-R2
- Adds Google Geolocation support
- Remove tethering restrictions


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25th July 2013, 02:02 AM   |  #2  
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I miss my Nexus even more

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What about the bootloader?
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Awesome. Are all the new Verizon 4.3 binaries included and good to go?
25th July 2013, 02:13 AM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by jsgraphicart

Awesome. Are all the new Verizon 4.3 binaries included and good to go?

Yes all systems green. Stock recovery removed as well to prevent the nightmares from that
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What about the bootloader?

Flash the maguro bootloader. They are fully compatible (do not flash a toroplus bootloader under any circumstances though. only maguro and toro)
25th July 2013, 02:23 AM   |  #7  
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Is the bootloader needed?
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Is the bootloader needed?

No.
25th July 2013, 02:29 AM   |  #9  
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As it is a Nexus, probably not. But wouldn't hurt to be on the proper bootloader made for this version of Android. Obviously something changed or it wouldnt have a new version.
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Originally Posted by EniGmA1987

As it is a Nexus, probably not. But wouldn't hurt to be on the proper bootloader made for this version of Android. Obviously something changed or it wouldnt have a new version.

I haven't noticed a difference. I'm still waiting for the gapps to finish, but i flashed the maguro ROM, and it is fast.

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