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[DISCONTINUED] imilka's AOSP ICS v08 [IMM76D/4.0.4]

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By imilka, Retired Recognized Developer on 25th February 2012, 01:59 PM
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25th February 2012, 02:35 PM |#31  
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This is nice but can't we do anything about the buttons? I mean, it's a waste of screen space. Modifying our already installed capacitative buttons and physical button seems to be the better way to go.

it can be done

1. decompile framework-res.apk
2.open /res/values/bools.xml
3.find "config_showNavigationBar" and set to false

to turnn the capacitive lights, arrays.xml needs to be edited
4. and the recompile
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165mb only
am i missing somethin??
25th February 2012, 02:38 PM |#33  
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Great to see someone working on AOSP ICS!
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Good luck in your development! Will try it when there is a more stable version
25th February 2012, 02:39 PM |#34  
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165mb only
am i missing somethin??

i thought that was too big for an asop rom.

Samsung bloatware ( not for everyone) adds the size
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165mb only
am i missing somethin??

A lot of useless code
25th February 2012, 02:40 PM |#36  
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With kernel does this aosp use?
And does it run on 1.2 or 1.4mhz?

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25th February 2012, 02:41 PM |#37  
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Rom not as smooth as tr's ics though
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Originally Posted by grgsiocl

it can be done

1. decompile framework-res.apk
2.open /res/values/bools.xml
3.find "config_showNavigationBar" and set to false

to turnn the capacitive lights, arrays.xml needs to be edited
4. and the recompile

Thanks for tip

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165mb only
am i missing somethin??

What's wrong?

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i thought that was too big for an asop rom.

Samsung bloatware ( not for everyone) adds the size

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A lot of useless code

Yep, lots of dependencies, lots of samsung proprietary libs.

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With kernel does this aosp use?
And does it run on 1.2 or 1.4mhz?

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Latest (and only till now) CF-Root from ICS leak.

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Rom not as smooth as tr's ics though

I don't know what can be smoother.
25th February 2012, 02:47 PM |#39  
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Trr's ics? :P

But you did a great job lightening the rom. Very nice.
Just the capacitive buttons haha
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i thought that was too big for an asop rom.

Samsung bloatware ( not for everyone) adds the size

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A lot of useless code


lol

i went back to stock yesterday so avoid daily flashin ..now cant stop wantin dis n hav to try it...so from stock i follow these steps
will root it with Easy Rooting Toolkit..
then via mobile odin install cf root ics kernel
via cmw flash this zip

correct??
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Trr's ics? :P

But you did a great job lightening the rom. Very nice.
Just the capacitive buttons haha


It seems I'll have to flash it and compare

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