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Cool Ginger Stir Fry [Gen1 + Gen2] [ZTE 2.3.4 leak based rom]

This Rom is based on the ZTE Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) leak with ZTE's 2.6.35.7-perf zte-kernel@Zdroit-SMT kernel...

It is now obsolete ... a more recent version is here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1389364

This rom is for Gen1 or Gen2 ZTE Blades. You need to use ClockworkMod 3 or above to install this.

Ginger Stir Fry Beta 27
Download: gsf-blade-b27.zip mirror mirror
File size: 89.07 MB
MD5: e993799f9496d6979d8e547506afeb00
SHA1: ae98c4b74879667825223d0fe12a65ff6c2b54a7

*NO WIPE, NO WHINE POLICY - Please make sure that you wipe data / factory reset in ClockworkMod before reporting any bugs.


Included Apps / Credits

2.6.35 kernel with overclocking support - Source Code

Darktremor A2SD (modified by me)

App Widget Picker
Google Car Home
CM7 Contacts, Messaging & Dialler
CM7 Deskclock
CM7 Email
ZTE Emode & FelixL's Emode Helper App
OI File Manager
Andorko's FM Radio 0.5
CM7 Gallery
GMail 2.3.5
CM7 Keyboard
Gingerbread Launcher (With 3D App Drawer)
Live Wallpapers, Magic Smoke Wallpapers (CM7), Visualisation Wallpapers
Google Maps & Street View
No-Frills CPU Control
Rom Manager 4.4.0.6
Super User
Android Terminal Emulator
Google Talk
Flashlight (Torch App)
Android market 3.1.5
Voice Dialler (CM7)
Voice Search
YouTube 2.2.16

Busybox 1.19.0 - Source Code
Bash (CM7)
OpenVPN (CM7)
Dropbear SSH (CM7)
Nano (CM7)

CM7 GPS Shim
CM7 APNs

Lib Files (stagefright, media decoders, surfaceflinger) & Browser App from Orange Monte Carlo rom (ZTE Skate)

Particle Ring Boot Animation (Optimised by me)
Extra Ring Tones (Mostly from CM7)

Most of the rest of the rom is from the ZTE Gingerbread leak.

GPL source code notice - The following parts of this rom contain GPL code:
The kernel used in this rom was modified by me & Burstlam from ZTE's Skate 2.6.35 kernel source code, source is here: https://github.com/John-Kenney/kernel-35
Busybox is using the compiled binary from busybox.net here, source code is available on the busybox.net website here
Bash & Nano are taken from the CM7 project - instructions to compile CM7
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welcome here @ xda, wbaw!
keep up the good work!!!
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Oh ! a modaco man on xda,welcome.
a new competitor for elitemovil
HTC Desire Z : COOLOS MIUI V4 3.2.22
Alcatel OT 986 : MIUI V4 3.3.22
SE XMP : ExMIUIv4.3 3.2.22
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I don't really know why CM7 struggles with its own kernel. Wbaw said in some earlier posts on Modaco that this leaked kernel is way more buggy than the one used in CM7. I regularly switch to CM7 because of its features and to see the innovations in Android. But I always keep coming back to ROMs based on stock kernels because the CM7 kernel simply sucks. I use my Blade for more than half a year now and CM7 always disappoints me. These kernels are far better than the one CM7 is using, that's my own experience by using each ROM for a week or two. The best would be to mix all the good working stuff of the available ROMs into one.
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guys, i used to own a blade, enjoy the best rom there is, and also give wbaw all the support he deserves, actually all devs deserve.

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Android...Phone...History...
T-Mobile-Pulse---HTC Wildfire---ZTE Blade---HTC Desire---Xperia Play---HTC evo3d----sgs3 ---- sg note 2 ----- MotoG-UK

Android...Tablet...History...
Scroll 7inch---Hannspree Hannspad---Asus Transformer tf101----MOTOROLA XOOM
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I found you ! .. keep up the great work man !
after my posting at:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1163609&page=3
it may not surpise you that I may try the b19, and that I just used your 'donate' link.
cheers mate.
btw,
just noticed that b19 is an all-in-one ... will it go on ok considering I already have clockwork installed ?
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The all in one 'TPT' version is only for users with 'Gen1' phones which were sold with Android 2.1 (Eclair) who haven't updated to 'Gen2' radio firmware yet. It updates the radio firmware, installs the rom & the latest clockworkmod all in one. Because it is flashing the low level radio firmware & loaders there is a very small risk involved ... but it's the safest & easiest way to get to Gen2, it'll work even on an unrooted Gen1 phone. If you use the TPT version then follow the instructions carefully & I'm not responsible if you break your phone.

The all in one TPT version wont work on phones that were sold with Android 2.2 (Froyo) or officially updated to Froyo. Those phones are already 'Gen2', so they don't need any radio firmware updates, so they should just use the standard clockworkmod .zip file to install the rom.

If you used a previous version, then you've already got the Gen2 radio firmware you need for the rom. So you should install the standard clockworkmod version which is linked at the top of the post. There is absolutely no risk of permanently damaging your phone with clockworkmod.
 
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HI!

Is this good ROM?

Does all work fine?

Is the Battery life good?

Does all works?

I maybe tested this ROM once really fast but it was older version!

 
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Android...Phone...History...
T-Mobile-Pulse---HTC Wildfire---ZTE Blade---HTC Desire---Xperia Play---HTC evo3d----sgs3 ---- sg note 2 ----- MotoG-UK

Android...Tablet...History...
Scroll 7inch---Hannspree Hannspad---Asus Transformer tf101----MOTOROLA XOOM
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Hey wbaw !
I just flashed this ROM and it is good but how many % it is completed?
and can you fix Estonian language? it works but: [settings --> applications] not work :/ maybe it need other Estonian language files to framework-res.apk ..?

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