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[ROM][4.0.4] Slim ICS(I9000) - Clean, Simple & Fast (54MB)

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17th April 2012, 05:45 PM   |  #5201  
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Hey guys

I've been using Slim ICS for a few months now, and I thought I'd share some of the tweaks that I have been making to it so that you can all reap the benefits.

I have been messing around with how to maximise usage the "fast" storage on the phone. Right now I am using a heavily rewritten version of the 30datafix script that is floating around on the forums here. It accomplishes basically the same thing, although it links ALL directories and files from /data/data to /datadata EXCEPT /libs and /lib (Gameloft games use libs for some reason). Simply leaving behind the lib folder saves enough space to comfortably install ~150 applications. I haven't noticed any appreciable performance loss for doing so; things still start fast, save fast and close fast. I have attached the script to this post, but please take not that it does NOT remove the symlink located at /data/data OR copy the data from /datadata to the data partition. Hopefully this is something that can be integrated into the ROM from the start so that everyone can reap the benefits.
On a similar note, I have symlinked the /system/lib folder to /data/local/lib. I have saved ~60mb from my /system partition by doing so, and I have not noticed any slow down or stuttering while accessing the SD card (i.e. playing music and using other applications at the same time). If we did this from the start, we could remap the MTD partitions to provide an extra 50mb or so to the /datadata partition at the cost of a ~200mb system partition. I've seen this done before on another ROM, but I don't remember which.

Naturally, if I'm wrong about there being no appreciable performance loss for writing the lib files onto SD instead of NAND feel free to correct me, but at present I feel that this is the best utilisation of my phones's resources.


I hope, and I'm confident, Krarvind will take note of this for the future release.
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17th April 2012, 05:50 PM   |  #5202  
is there any hope the 240dpi version will be released?
17th April 2012, 05:52 PM   |  #5203  
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is there any hope the 240dpi version will be released?

Change it in ASS app.....
17th April 2012, 05:54 PM   |  #5204  
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is there any hope the 240dpi version will be released?

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17th April 2012, 06:00 PM   |  #5205  
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Or change it with custom values with LCD Density Modder from the play store... I personally use 233
17th April 2012, 06:03 PM   |  #5206  
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Maps / Navigation consistently crashes in last version of this ROM. What can I do? I tried "clear data" but it didn't help... Any ideas?

I find this workaround:
Try to access first in maps, search a destination then select navigation. So navigation app should start correctly.
I also had same problem, only in 3.3, but i solved with this workaround.
Hope you solve, bye

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17th April 2012, 06:10 PM   |  #5207  
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Or change it with custom values with LCD Density Modder from the play store... I personally use 233

I like 184 very well. I told it to my friends and they are charmed about this clean and tablet like "outfit".
17th April 2012, 06:22 PM   |  #5208  
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hy all
how its work slim rom 3.3 ?Battery life ?
17th April 2012, 07:00 PM   |  #5209  
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hy all
how its work slim rom 3.3 ?Battery life ?

Utter ****e!! STAY AWAY!!!
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17th April 2012, 07:06 PM   |  #5210  
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hy all
how its work slim rom 3.3 ?Battery life ?

test on your skin 3.3 and write your personal report! ;)

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