Release Version: AOSP080510-master, jMod080510-master
Release Date: 08/05/2010
Credits: AOSP. dferreira for the help fixing many, many issues. CyanogenMod for kernel/wifi module (from CM6RC2, only purpose being to get camera/camcorder working), Dream/Sapphire prelink map, libcamera2, and the huge APNs list. ChainsDD for SuperUser. XDAndroid Project for HW3D files. HTC for the sounds and some of the drawables on the theme (.9 drawables are mostly my work), and 25 wallpapers.
Base Firmware: 2.2 AOSP
Radio Required: 22.214.171.124i or higher (tested with 126.96.36.199i)
SPL Required: Any (tested with ENG SPL and Death SPL)
Partition Layout: Any/none, Ignored
Wipe Required: Yes
These are AOSP builds from master branch with the goal of having as complete an Android system working under regular SPL as possible.
None of these builds include Google Apps. They share the Gapps package system that CM6 uses, so, if you want to add them, look at Cyanogen's CM6RC2 thread for the download link.
There are now two builds, one called AOSP which is pretty much a fixed AOSP build that's as close to ADP1 builds as possible, and the other is jMod, themed and has a few of my personally liked additions.
You can expect both builds to have:
-Live Wallpaper support (none included)
-rosystem/rwsystem so you can easily mount/unmount system from terminal
-Cyanogen's huge APNs list
Additionally, jMod has:
-HTC Legend theme
-HTC Audio Package (small, to fit regular SPL)
-HTC IME (jMod, supports only en_US and is 1/4 the size of the regular HTC IME
-Over 50 wallpapers from HTC and AOSP
On top of that, you get jm-master.zip. What is it, you ask? It's a patch to build your own jMod. Download AOSP master branch to your computer, merge the contents of the zip into the downloaded AOSP code, then:
cd device/htc/dream . unzip-files.sh cd ../../.. . build/envsetup.sh lunch (select a version from the list, these releases are based on options 9 (AOSP) and 12 (jMod)) make installclean && make -jx otapackage (where x is the number of your processor cores x2)
===Current issues/To Do list:===
-Only en_US locale currently supported. This was done deliberately to cut down on size and, the Dream being so limited in storage, I don't think I can add some more. I'm sorry, but if you want more languages, try CM6 instead.
-Gallery fixed in landscape position. This is due to a bug that causes graphical artifacts when changing orientation. Will re-enable orientation once it's fixed.
-Video recording issues. Video recording works, but just sort-of. Recording never finishes cleanly, so the file ends corrupted. It will play, but it will end in an error. Also, when finished recording, you get no preview until you either exit the activity or start recording again. To exit the activity, either press back or switch the button to camera and then back to camcorder. Also, recording quality is very, very low.
-On Settings>About Phone, System Tutorial does nothing. This is done deliberately to avoid a force-close when Google Apps are not installed. I'll figure out a way to check for gapps, if it's there, button appears, if not, it disappears. Until then, option does nothing.
===These issues are specific to building from AOSP with my patches:===
-No SuperUser. This is temporary until I can build su and set it's permissions (04755) at build time. In the mean time, use the attached root patch below.
-Busybox available at /bin, but not linked tools at xbin, so make sure your scripts call busybox tool.
-The OTA Package might not flash to your phone from recovery. This is due to the updater scripts checking for radio and SPL versions. Specifically, it needs spls (0.95.0000, 0.95.3000, 1.33.0004, 1.33.2004) and radios (188.8.131.52I and 2.22.26.07). With some SPLs and radios, the build will refuse to flash. There's nothing wrong with your phone, it's just those useless sanity checks. I'll modify the lists of acceptable hardware based on user experience, so tell me if build works for you on your SPL and radio (let me know which). For the time being, you can flash system and boot from fastboot (remember to "reboot -w" for a wipe).
-Due to a change that was made for my the themed version, the clock display in the status bar is white. I added the drawables in the patch zip for a black statusbar for mdpi and hdpi devices so that you can see the clock regardless if your build is themed or not, you'll always have a black taskbar, but, if you wish to have none of that, omit merging /core and /services from /frameworks/base into your AOSP build.
Also, I take hints, so, if you know how to fix some of the current issues (and it indeed fixes it), PM me and I'll add your name to the credit's list along with your contribution.
These builds are an ongoing work. Don't expect reliability or a "daily driver". Flashing is done under your own responsibility. If you don't like test releases, then go build it yourself and get out of my thread.
As always, feel free to take these builds and use as you please, even re-distribute as your own.
08/05/10 AOSP beta:
MD5 Sum: e05f2c24ffc463adb23ae093740dedd7
08/05/10 jMod beta:
MD5 Sum: a56580b2b557588ffcb0f0fc1629790f
08/06/10 jMod beta proof-of-concept: build with odexed framework, with a "light" version of Google Apps already included (do not install CM Gapps on top of this), 60 MB free in /data at boot with regular Dream SPL.
MD5 Sum: 108c835a946dfaa8a070ae453d35b538
08/05/10 jm-master AOSP patch:
MD5 Sum: f274701352c19788a27aeb0749b74334
06/23/10 root patch for AOSP (flash from recovery):
MD5 Sum: b86ba3ed1f39d56a2eeba17274ac8811
6/23/10 Test Build:
MD5 Sum: be60d79da3a88c2146108bed5a70cecf