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[ROM] jermzii_NoNsEnSe[GB 2.3.3][OC Kernel][STABLE][A2SD]

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(Last edited by jermzii; 27th January 2012 at 02:34 PM.) Reason: Revisions
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Default [ROM] jermzii_NoNsEnSe[GB 2.3.3][OC Kernel][STABLE][A2SD]

[SIZE="3"] Based on the Stock Bell ROM 1.36.666.5.
I compiled this because...

- I hate HTC Sense and all the associated widgets and apps I'll never use.
- To make more room for the apps I do use and to free up system resources.
- I see very few North American GSM Custom ROMs and thought we could use more on this side of the world.


-All HTC widgets
-All HTC apps (except phone, contacts, keyboard and framework dependent apps)
-All Google apps (except Market and Search)
-All Bell Bloatware


-FlashLite Plugin with Latest Adobe Flash Player
-Calculator with Cyanogen Calculator
-Old Market with New Market (I like the old one better though)


-ADW Launcher
-Ad Free Android
-NoFrills CPU Control
-CRT animation
-Advanced Quick Settings Mod
-MX Video Player (plays Everything)

-This ROM is fully themed...thanks to UOT Kitchen
-All added apps are in the Data/app folder so can be uninstalled or replaced, for instance if you want to use a different launcher... INSTALL IT FIRST.. then remove ADW


Download and Instructions

1. Backup your apps (I use Titanium Backup) Make a Nandroid in case you want to go back to your old Setup.

2. If you don't have an EXT partition, you need one for Link2SD or Which ever memory expander you choose. You can use the built in one in clockwork or mini partition tool for PC (mine is EXT4 800MB)

3. Wipe Data, cache, and Dalvik.. then flash my Rom (First Boot will take around 3 mins)

4. Proceed with system setup as normal except uncheck "keep this device backed up" (That is, if you want to restore you apps via Google) also go into Settings/Accounts and sync and cancel sync.

5. Setup Link2sd.. Launch the app choose your EXT partition go to settings and select auto link apps (now every app you install will be linked to the EXT partition..conserving your internal memory).

6. Setup Nofrills.. choose your preferred settings and click apply on boot.

7. Setup adfree

8.Restart Phone

9. Now Restore all of your apps and settings (via Google or Titanium) and they will be Auto-Linked to the EXT partition.

10. Enjoy!!

Hit Thanks if you like this.
Any and all feedback is appreciated

Thanks to everyione here at XDA. I think we'd all be lost without all the great help found in these forums. Anyway, clicking thanks is easier then saying it.. so Im off to make my rounds!!

Propz to: Alquez, Jikantaru, DSixda, UOTKitchen, and Tyrone1
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Curious, this work for the marvelc?? My brother has it and im trying to find a decent nonsense rom for him....thanks

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Current devices:Samsung Galaxy S5 (g900p), Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, Nexus 7 2013 edition.
Previous devices:Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Motorola Droid Razr (xt912), Droid x, Lg Optimus G.
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Not to sure..I know you can't flash cdma roms on GSM phones so my guess is probably not.

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Default Tested your rom. Some issues found.

Hi. I've tested your rom. Really fast and probably great for everyday usage. Some problem found.

1. During the initial setup, it is fixed at GMT 0, cannot select other GMT.

2. Wifi is not able to search for my wifi router. Some other wifi devices found. I am using a DLink router.

3. In the home screen, after a few usage, the 3 button widget went missing. So, I cannot view the all applications.

4. Not sure why Link2SD not working here.
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I really think this is NoNsEnSe^^

HTC Wildfire S A510e

MIUI v4 - ICS Android 4.0.3

Overclock Min. 120 MHz - Max.864 MHz

Unofficial ClockworkMod Recovery v.

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Are you referring to my Rom or the above comment?

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To get the buttons at the bottom of the screen to show, just slide your finger downwards where they'd normally be.
HTC Wildfire S s-off running cm9
HTC Sensation s-off running cm10.1
HTC Desire C DeSensed running @828MHz
HTC One X MaximusHD 21.3.0 lyapota kernel#23 undervolted
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Not sure why you are getting these anomalies I've flashed revisions of this Rom 50 times without error, is your router broadcasting its ssid? Did you partition your SD card properly?
Did you do a full wipe?
As for the time settings.. when I set up I just skip it because it auto sets as soon as I connect and sync my location

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It ReAlLy FeElS dUmB WhEn SoMeOnE WrItEs LiKe ThIs. DoEsN't It ?

Okay stop. I have nothing against your rom, but when i saw NoNsEnSe, i just couldn't resist myself, so i entered, and here i am writing this post...
It just feels so childish when you see something like that.

It is just a suggestion, i hope you won't get insulted.
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Nice work.. don't see a lot of these kind of ROMs. Keep up the good work.

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fast, rom, sensless, stable, wfs
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