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5th January 2012, 08:18 PM   |  #1  
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Alright, I made a ROM for the Evo View based on Graffix's Desensed since I found that alot of the bloatware from HTC was still there. I removed multiple things from it and will eventually start modding it entirely to match AOSP and without sense until we get an ICS port.


You MUST have done this procedure:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1409306

Rom Features:
Based off the HTC View HC OTA
deodexed
rooted
busybox
zipaligned
Stock HC Launcher
Stock HC Notification bar/navigation
Stock HC wifi signal meters
Stock HC Keyboard
Stock HC Bootanimation
Stock HC Browser
Stock HC MMS
Stock HC Email App
No icons on lockscreen (only the stupid ring)
Removed HTC apps / bloatware (except for Notes because people might need it.)
Removed MMS.apk (in a flashable zip in 2nd post for those of you who text with this device.)
Removed Sprint Wifi tether (Tablet plans no longer have unlimited data so this made sense to me. There is a flashable zip for you guys who want this back)
Removed HTC Sense entirely except for framework files and things that caused FC's
Based on Graffix's Desensed rom so it has asus launcher, email, as well as a few otherthings.
Removed the HTC Startup wizard and replaced with AOSP Honeycomb one
Turned into a "wifi only" rom which means the sprint radio is off (you can flash the sprint radio enable zip in the 2nd post to change this)
Default language is english
(Note: If you try and activate wifi in the startup wizard, it causes a FC. I haven't found a fix yet.)

Future Features: Themed by moneymike55 (A close friend of mine that made Honeycomb 3D Cyanogenmod 7 theme and the Ice Cream Sandwich 3D themes for CM7.)
Modified WPA_supplicant file (if I can find one that works)



Bugs:
Won't let you connect to wifi on first boot to activate sprint while in setup wizard (on stock honeycomb one) just flash Sprint activation zip found on 2nd post and also if you're using it as wifi only, when you actually get to the homescreen it allows you to connect to wifi just fine. This is as of now, unfixed and I'm not sure I'll be able to fix it. I just tried with an HTC Flyer setup wizard.
If anyone wants to help me out with some things, just post modifications that you know work or if you're a themer, I wouldn't mind you changing the lockscreen to a honeycomb icon atleast.

Changelog, download link, and tweaks are in 2nd post
Screenshots and credits are in 3rd post
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5th January 2012, 08:19 PM   |  #2  
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Changelog:
Code:
2.0: Changed build.prop to remove startup wizard on first boot, updated facebook, some other small tweaks.
v1.5: Updated busybox, fixed no connect to pc,
disabled sprint radio on boot, and fixed a few lag problems.
v1.0: First release
Download link: http://goo-inside.me/roms/Indirect/E...m_nonsense.zip
Tweaks:
Sprint Radio Enable (flashable zip): http://www.multiupload.com/YQYX74GSP9
Messaging app (flashable zip): found here
Modified WPA_Supplicant file for Ad-hoc (Flashable zip): http://www.multiupload.com/W6RJJHJL3C *You need to choose to connect, disable wifi, then turn back on and it will connect.
Sprint Hands Free Activation (Flashable zip):
http://www.multiupload.com/H6VSLP6P93
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Bugs:*Fixed On first boot, will not register using wifi or allow you to setup wifi. Just wait until you boot into the homescreen to login to wifi and it works fine from there.


Credits:

Graffixnyc for the base ROM
Moneymike55 for telling me to get off my @ss and work on a rom for the view.


Screenshots:



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6th January 2012, 01:49 AM   |  #4  
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If I am already on Graffix's ROM, do I need to do a complete wipe before putting down Nonsense ROM?
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Messaging app flashable zip now added to 2nd post.
6th January 2012, 02:44 AM   |  #7  
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Great work. I just got my Evo View tonight in the mail (eBay purchase NIB). I have to build out my Bootcamp partition on my MBP this weekend then root my Evo View.

One quick question if I am running this ROM is the Spring 3G/4G radios disabled or do I need to run that bootscript that will allow me to configure them to disable on bootup?

Thanks for the hard work.
6th January 2012, 02:45 AM   |  #8  
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It is not completely disabled on first boot but afterwards, handsfree activation doesnt show up.
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Very nice. Clean and smooth-ish.

Needs a little tweak here and there

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6th January 2012, 09:25 AM   |  #10  
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trust me sookieball, once we get kernel source which we should soon, I'll work with a kernel developer and have this thing flying at between 1.8 - 2.0 ghz, depends on what's stable.

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