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[MOD] Flavours for Nexus S - Honey (version 0.8) for stock OTA JB (JRO03E)

3rd January 2012, 03:33 PM |#1  
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I'm starting Flavours again for Jelly Bean. Version 0.8 will include very elementary features.

Honey (version 0.8)
- distinguishable 3G/HSPA signal icon
- enable Dock options in Settings
- Battery percentage on the status bar
- toggles for Flavours features under 'Flavour settings' option in About page (not working - battery percentage enabled by default)
- added nano, scp, and ssh for development use
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours

As with previous versions, only apply to OTA Jelly Bean for Nexus S (JRO03E).


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Old ICS thread below:


[MOD] Flavours for stock OTA ICS 4.0.3 - Ginger (version 0.7)

I've been working on several modifications to the stock OTA ICS 4.0.3 ROM for the Nexus S

Please apply 'flavours' to stock OTA ROM only, and perform a Nandroid backup prior to patching. This patch maintains 'odex'-ity as well.

As a bonus, I will be naming each revision as a flavour of ice cream.

And as always, please post your results (good or bad). Thanks.


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Completed
- removes install-recovery.sh to persist custom recoveries
- distinguishable 3G/HSPA signal icon
- added tiny font size in Display options in Settings
- enable Dock options in Settings
- integrated Facebook contact sync (credit to MoDaCo for the idea)
- reboot/recovery on power menu (credit to CyanogenMod for the UI)
- Name display for incoming calls
- Stop app via long-press of the back button
- Battery percentage on the status bar
- Lock screen rotation enabled
- toggles for Flavours features under 'Flavour settings' option in About page


In progress
- Power Widgets on the notification bar
- Show/hide keyboard via long-press of the menu button
- T9 dialer with smart dialing
- Camera shutter and focus muting
- disable Bluetooth quick switch to maintain deep idle

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Ginger (version 0.7)
- toggles for Flavours features under 'Flavour settings' option in About page
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.7

Fudge Brownie (version 0.6)
- Battery percentage on the status bar
- Lock screen rotation enabled
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.6

Elderberry (version 0.5)
- Name display for incoming calls
- Stop app via long-press of the back button
- 'Ice cream flavour' displayed in About page
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.5

Double Chocolate Chip (version 0.4)
- Reboot selection (reboot, recovery, bootloader) has been added to the power menu
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.4

Chunky Monkey (version 0.3)
- Facebook contact sync has been integrated into the APK/odex; no longer needs a startup script
- requires end-user to clear data of Contacts Provider/Storage to recreate database
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.3

Butter Pecan (version 0.2)
- Facebook contact sync
- hijacks install-recovery.sh to load Facebook contact sync script
- tiny font size in Display options in Settings
- enable Dock options in Settings
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.2

Almond Praline (version 0.1)
- removes install-recovery.sh to persist custom recoveries
- flashable zip through CWM
- distinguishable 3G/HSPA signal icon
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/0.1


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Vanilla
- flashable zip through CWM
- removes all flavours and returns your Nexus S to stock OTA
- link: http://market.matthewhuie.com/xda/flavours/vanilla


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3rd January 2012, 03:59 PM |#2  
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that would be great

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Sure thing man! Give us the zip :D

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This will work on modified ota right?

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That would be awesome
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Yes that would be awesome.
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It would be nice if each of those things were in separate zips so people can use the stock ROM as a base, then root, busybox and install your add-ons as they wish.
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I would love to have all of those add-ons. Please post!
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Originally Posted by super_paws

I've been working on several modifications to the stock OTA ICS 4.0.3 ROM for the Nexus S

I'm sticking with OTA primarily due to the fact that the stock ROM maintains backup/restore functionality with Google servers.

Here's a list of changes:
- HSPA icon
- blue signal icon when fully connected
- Power Widgets on the notification bar
- reboot/recovery on power menu

I'll upload a flashable zip if there's any interest.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Psych0Chimp

It would be nice if each of those things were in separate zips so people can use the stock ROM as a base, then root, busybox and install your add-ons as they wish.


This would require multiple zips, with permutations of the add-ons. This may come later on, as the add-ons pile up.
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