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[Updated 26-Sep-2009] CRCs Release 13.5 - Stable Thread (Build 20270)

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25th April 2008, 10:10 AM   |  #1  
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NOTE: Development and release chains have changed. Please read this post for a run down of the changes.

This is the STABLE release of my ROM

Release 13.5 of this ROM includes:
* Windows Mobile 6.1 (CS OS 5.2.20270 (Build 20270.1.0.0))
* Telstra NextG support (Australia only)
* .Net framework 3.5
* 3G dialpad

Addons include:
* 1-Calc Lite
* 10 button HTC Touch comm manager
* ArcSoft MMS v5.0.31.11
* Camera 4.0 Build 28276
* HTC Network Wizard v1.0.31261.1
* HTC X-Button v2.1.33556.2
* MORE!

The following apps are installed from the Extended ROM or Device Update - meaning you can uninstall and not lose storage space:
* Office mobile 2007 (v6.1)
* Windows Live (10.6.34.0800)
* Cyberon Voice Commander (v2.0 Build 711091)

Tweaks included:
* 802.11g enabled
* Cleartype enabled in both normal and landscape mode
* SD Card power management fix
* Camera delay fix.
* HSDPA Icon enabled (Displays H when HSDPA is active instead of 3G)

This ROM is UC Compliant

Screenshots:


Don't forget to run Device Update after flashing! (Connect via ActiveSync or Wifi first)

Current Version Downloads:
Release 13.5:
Normal - Naked - Naked Big Storage

Previous releases: (See next post for changelogs)
Release 13.4:
Normal - Naked - Naked Big Storage

Release 13.3:
Normal - Naked - Naked Big Storage

Release 13.2:
Normal - Naked - Naked Big Storage

Release 13.0:
Normal - Naked - Naked Big Storage

Older releases pruned due to disk space requirements.
Last edited by CRCinAU; 26th September 2009 at 08:04 AM. Reason: Updated for Release 13.5
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Release Changelogs
Release 13.5 (26 Sep 2009):
* Fixed GPS intermediate driver for Windows Managed External GPS units (Start -> Settings -> Connections -> External GPS)
* Fixed random silences of notifications etc.

Release 13.4 (13 Jun 2009):
* Fully integrated DeviceUpdate and DU's AutoInstall feature into the ROM.
* Removed package 'protection' to allow other chefs to pull apart my ROMs for their own purposes.
* Removed ClearVue PDF Viewer from normal build due to problems with some PDFs. Install Adobe PDF reader via DeviceUpdate if you need a PDF reader.

Release 13.3 (10 Jan 2009):
* Fixed issues with SetAudioParam not working properly
* Fixed Comm Manager hotkey not being set on normal version.
* Fixed Black Keyboard from appearing in DeviceUpdate on normal version.

Release 13.2 (29 Dec 2008):
* Fixed blocking issue with timezones updated in March 2008 DST update.

Release 13.1-pre7 (14 Dec 2008):
* Cooked in KB950885 (March 2008 DST Updates)
* Added Virgin Mobile (AU) settings to HTC Connection Setup.

Release 13.1-pre6 (18 Nov 2008):
* Released for public testing.
* Cooked in fix for KB958639
* Cooked in fix for 2008 Daylight Savings time changes.
* Backported new icons from Dev build 14.1

Release 13.0 (02 Sept 2008):
* NEW: Naked build now available.
* NEW: Naked Big Storage build now available.
* NEW: Device Update - keeps your device up to date with apps and things.
* Removed all but default theme. Install more via Device Update
* Fixed blgloss theme issues (thanks to augrunt)
* Few minor graphical tweaks
* Tweaked file cache, glyph cache etc for hopefully a bit more performance.
* Fixed issue with non-advanced mode in ActiveSync
* Cooked in .Net Framework 3.5 into all builds
* Fixed start menu problems (thanks abusalza)
* Fixed multi-selection of messages in tmail.exe (Email Application)
* Fixed the disappearing act with the taskbar and HTC X Button
* Removed SQM
* Added IrDA stack
* Found errror in coredll.dll that stopped Windows Live Search from working correctly.
* Re-ported XIP from Kaiser to correct corruption in coredll.dll and possibly others
* Windows Live Search tested ok.
* Removed useless Zip Viewer from Office CAB
* Defaulted OBEX transfers to ON (previously this was OFF)
* Removed Bluetooth FTP Client (Who really uses this? )
* Repack Office 2007 to hopefully fix some issues.
* Reduce X-Button auto-close threshold to 2Mb free RAM (Thanks hardcore)
* Ported Windows Mobile 6.1 build 20270
* Ported XIP build 20270 from Kaiser

Release 11.2 (17 Jul 2008):
* Renumbered from Release 12.2.
* Found errror in coredll.dll that stopped Windows Live Search from working correctly.
* Re-ported XIP from Kaiser to correct corruption in coredll.dll and possibly others
* WLS tested ok.

Release 11.1 (14 Jul 2008):
* Renumbered from Release 12.1.
* Removed useless Zip Viewer from Office CAB
* Updated Modaco NoData
* Defaulted OBEX transfers to ON (previously this was OFF)
* Removed Bluetooth FTP Client (Who really uses this? )
* Repack Office 2007 to hopefully fix some issues.
* Reduce X-Button auto-close threshold to 2Mb free RAM (Thanks hardcore)
* Revert to older Bluetooth stack for testing.
* A little tribute.

Release 11.0 (23 Jun 2008):
* Renumber versions from Development chain to Stable chain v11.0
* Changed top taskbar battery meter to read in 1% increments.
* Readded missing IRDA stack. (Whoops!)
* Fixed issue with camera.
* Update Connection Wizard to v1.5.34057.2
* Removed SQM (Thanks no2chem!)
* Fixed IPSec VPN connections
* Fixed domain enrollment
* Cleaned up Office 2007 install to remove some junk
* Obtained Build 19212 via a direct port from Kaiser WM6.1 release.
* Update to CE 5.2.19588 (Build 19212).

Release 9.2 (23 May 2008):
* Updated Network Wizard to v1.0.31261.1
* Updated Windows Live Messenger v10.6.34.0800
* Updated HTC X-Button to 2.1.33556.2
* Updated Battery.dll to read in 1% increments
* Updated ArcSoft MMS client to 5.0.31.11
* Auto-run Network Wizard at boot to detect network settings.

Release 9.1 (25 Apr 2008):
* Updated ArcSoft MMS client to 5.0.31.7
* Updated HTC X-Button to 2.0.31261.1
* Updated SDAutorun to v2

Release 9.0 (06 Mar 2008):
* Fixed default for Button 5 (Press and Hold) to Voice Recorder.
* Fixed incorrect association for MSVOICE apps.
* Fixed missing comm manager icon for silent mode (Thanks stan23)
* Changed default settings for A2DP to fix audio skipping (Thanks dgates71)
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25th April 2008, 10:12 AM   |  #3  
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Official Addons

All addons can now be installed via Device Update.
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Nice job again!! Please report the RAM and some picture. THK
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It's the same as Release 9 - but with slightly newer components... The available storage is slightly higher than Release 9. I'll get round to screenshots later, however the only changes are detailed in the changelog.
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CRC, as ever, excellent work, but why have you split out 9.x and 10? Is it because 10 is using a newer shell version?

(by the way, back on R9, not had a single lock up AT ALL in 24 hours of moderate to heavy use).

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this seems good.... i had gone back to 6.0... lemme test this one...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GregE240

CRC, as ever, excellent work, but why have you split out 9.x and 10? Is it because 10 is using a newer shell version?

(by the way, back on R9, not had a single lock up AT ALL in 24 hours of moderate to heavy use).

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The reason for the split can be seen in post #3 of the development thread. Basically, while build 19209 seems to function perfectly for me, there seems to be a lot of people who have nothing but issues with it. For those people who have issues, it makes sense for me to offer something that is known to work for everyone.

The split also allows me to have a 'bleeding edge' version for people that want the latest and greatest in everything. All changes will be made straight away to the Development build, then when proven stable, will get added to the stable build. This includes updates in included software.

I believe this offers the best of both worlds - the people who want to test things can get the latest and greatest, and the people who need reliability can get something proven reliable.
25th April 2008, 10:08 PM   |  #9  
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IS IT OKAY to go FROM WM6.1 back to WM6 WITH NO issues?? I wanna try a 6.1 ROM, but I'm scared that I wont be able to FLASH back to my WM6 Rom(vp3G's WM6 v3.62 AT&T ROM) Does it work like that? Going back and forth between 6.1 and WM6 ROM's?????
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I've been using CRC WM6.1 for quite a while. I usually flash Vp3G first before flashing an updated WM6.1 ROM. I haven't had a problem going back and forth between the two. BTW, Vp3G was my first WM6.0 ROM. Since then I have tried a variety of WM6.0 and 6.1 ROMs. Make sure you are using hard SPL.

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