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[ROM][28/05][AOSP][MASTER][2.3.4] Whisper

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28th May 2011, 01:37 PM   |  #1  
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Yes, that's right, AOSP for Wildfire. This ROM is pure AOSP with several CM7 patches added for ARM6j compatibility. No apps have been modified and as yet there are no overlays. Camera should work but the default app FCs as we don't have a proper GPU nor the emulation that CM has. It is quite snappy when SetCPU is installed and is quite a bit smaller than CM7.

Sorry for the lack of screenshots but as it's stock you should know what to expect. You need to flash it then gapps like CM7, it includes Superuser and busybox. The first boot will take a while as it caches everything. Make sure you wipe data before installing.

If anything isn't working please post in the thread and I'll attempt to fix is ASAP. Please try to include a logcat of what happens when you try. I will release source for the vendor and patches for the modifies projects on Github soon but I have had to modify dalvik, V8 among others to get everything working so it won't be a straight forward git clone, sorry.

NOT WORKING:
Camera app, download something from market.


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Download beta 1 here!
Google apps.

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28th May 2011, 02:18 PM   |  #2  
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Great. A new AOSP. Will definitely try it out.
28th May 2011, 04:39 PM   |  #3  
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about to give it a blast, good luck with everything..
28th May 2011, 05:43 PM   |  #4  
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How`s the Linpack on this little baby?

I hope it`s as nice as adeadrat`s AOSP.


BTW, does it have FM Radio?
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Haven't checked Linpack, it isn't really a great bench. No FM yet although I may add it. It's comparable to early versions of OpenFire.
28th May 2011, 07:13 PM   |  #6  
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so far its good for me, i always end up removing a lot of apps and stuff and put the things i like on there, thanks.
28th May 2011, 08:47 PM   |  #7  
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Nice too bad I can't try it... I never finished my port either xD

Oh well... good work!

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Thanks for all the support. Ill try and fix the camera asap.

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Haven't checked Linpack, it isn't really a great bench. No FM yet although I may add it. It's comparable to early versions of OpenFire.

OMG! I loved OpenFire!! I should test it but not at that early stage. Some screenshots would help us make up our mind!!
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Will definitely try this on my wildfire

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