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By vzihome, Senior Member on 13th August 2011, 07:06 PM
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This is a complete package just unzip folder on sd card.

Here is original thread by neopeek

people having wifi problems check the original thread they have a fix

This is the CWM 1.9 thread wich is included in folder already

Using starfox test kernel from XDA (Rhodium only)

EDIT: per starfox dont use test kernels use his new vanilla stable kernel


GAPPS already included.

Im not a dev, just put stuff together credit goes to all authors just posting here to spread the word

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13th August 2011, 09:13 PM |#2  
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Sure, I'll bite. I've got an extra micro-sd card here. What's the worst that could happen?
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It's a pretty fast build, I tried it on Neopeeks site.

It is MDPI, so the look of it isn't quite as crisp... (you can see what I mean by the notification bar 3g, etc...lower resolution basically) but I was impressed by the speed. All the animations, etc are disabled by default and I believe that's Zeam that is the default launcher... it is quite snappy out of the box.
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what tweaks you did?
14th August 2011, 02:27 AM |#5  
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no tweaks just put it together
16th August 2011, 03:27 PM |#6  
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This version is the fastest thing I've tried (probably due to mdpi-gapps), but I have two major issues.

1) Wifi will sometimes refuse to turn on, saying wifi error on the check box. It must be related to tethering and hotspot settings, because after I mess with these I get an instant reboot.
2) Camera is tremendously unstable. Most of the times it crashes bringing down the entire OS or if I am lucky it will crash the camera app and refuse to start again until a reboot.

Of course there are random hiccups here and there (like most builds), but it is quite close replacing WM for every day usage.
16th August 2011, 07:47 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by XavierGr

1) Wifi will sometimes refuse to turn on, saying wifi error on the check box. It must be related to tethering and hotspot settings, because after I mess with these I get an instant reboot.

This is actually not that unusual... I would get this on my epic4g... which is an android phone .
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If you don't mind, please use the vanilla kernel that I posted instead of the testing kernel. While I don't mind that it is being bundled, the [Test] kernel was never meant to be used for long term, and is liable to include stuff that is unstable and/or changed on my whim. The vanilla kernel contains some of the tweaks that I consider to be stable and is based on known autobuild releases+supports all devices. Thanks.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1221499

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you think you can make a build with the latest rootfs, starfox's latest kernel, the led patches too?
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you think you can make a build with the latest rootfs, starfox's latest kernel, the led patches too?

There's nothing stopping you from doing that.

Including testing stuff into a public build is never a good idea. I wouldn't appreciate anything I distribute for testing to be put into a build. It's meant for testing, so anyone that installs/uses it should know full well what they're getting into. Placing it into a build circumvents that, and everyone ends up using it unknowingly.
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