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Default [ROM] SimpleROM v1.0 [ Froyo w/ Sense Styling + Working Flash 10.1 ]



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Included Extras:
  • 600Mhz 7-Slot Kernel (Official, NOT Leaked..)
  • Fancy Widget v1.3.0 (HTC Flip Clock w/ Weather)
  • SuperUser
  • Adobe Flash 10.1.72.7*
  • BusyBox 1.16.1
  • HTC_IME Mod v27 (Modified HTC Sense Keyboard)*
  • Wired Tether for Root Users
  • Wireless Tether for Root Users
  • Onymous App Installer

*Requires installation through Onymous App Installer (pre-installed).

Known Issues:
  • None
  • It just works! Simple, right?
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Install Instructions (SPRecovery):
  • Download SimpleROM v1.0 (mirror)
  • Rename SimpleROM_v1.0.zip to update.zip (Do NOT Extract!)
  • Place update.zip on the root of your sd card
  • Reboot into recovery (Power Down, Hold X+Power On)
  • Nandroid backup your current installation
  • Wipe data/factory reset
  • Wipe cache (not necessary, since the above does it, but why not, right?)
  • Scroll down to Install
  • Select Allow update.zip installation
  • Scroll down and select Install /sdcard/update.zip (depreciated)
  • Wait
  • Reboot
Once SimpleROM loads for the first time:
  • Open your app drawer
  • Run Onymous App Installer
  • Navigate to /mnt (the root of your sdcard)Navigate to SimpleROM_Extras
  • Install the three files you see there
  • Go to Menu->Settings->Language & Keyboard
  • Activate "HTC_IME mod"
Congratulations, you now have SimpleROM v1.0! Enjoy!
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Extras:

HTC Sense Flip Clock: 
  1. Long-press home screen -> Widgets -> Fancy Widget
HTC IME (Keyboard):
  1. Onymous App Installer -> SimpleROM_Extras -> Clicker_hi.apk -> Installe
  2. Onymous App Installer -> SimpleROM_Extras -> HTC_IME_hi22.apk -> Install
  3. App Drawer -> Settings -> Language & Keyboard -> Check the box next to HTC_IME Mod and accept the warning
Adobe Flash 10.1:
  1. Onymous App Installer -> SimpleROM_Extras -> com.adobe.flashplayer-10.1.72.7.apk -> Install
  • 600Mhz not fast enough for you?
Feel free to give the P3 Froyo Kernels a try!
  • Want to control your overclocked kernel?
Download SetCPU! Please consider donating to the author if you enjoy his work. (If you get the "Install Blocked" error, click the Settings button on the pop-up warning and check the box next to "Unknown Sources" and accept the warning)



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Shout Outs:
  • jonasl HTC_IME Mod
  • Peter Alfonso Original untouched FTF84B ROM base + 600Mhz Kernel




That was Simple, right?
HTC Apache (Qwest)-> HTC Mogul (Qwest) -> Blackberry 8330 (Verizon) -> HTC Vogue (Verizon) -> HTC Touch Pro 2 (Verizon) -> HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) -> LG Ally (Verizon) -> Moto Droid (Verizon) -> Moto Droid X (Verizon) -> Palm Centro (Sprint) -> Palm Pixi (Sprint) -> Evo 4G (Sprint) -> HTC Arrive (Sprint) -> Moto Cliq -> MyTouch 4G (T-Mobile) -> LG G2x (T-Mobile) -> Nexus S 4G (Sprint) -> Epic 4G (Sprint) -> Evo 3D -> iPhone 4 (8GB) -> iPhone 4S (64GB) -> Epic Touch 4G -> Galaxy Nexus
 
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HTC Apache (Qwest)-> HTC Mogul (Qwest) -> Blackberry 8330 (Verizon) -> HTC Vogue (Verizon) -> HTC Touch Pro 2 (Verizon) -> HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) -> LG Ally (Verizon) -> Moto Droid (Verizon) -> Moto Droid X (Verizon) -> Palm Centro (Sprint) -> Palm Pixi (Sprint) -> Evo 4G (Sprint) -> HTC Arrive (Sprint) -> Moto Cliq -> MyTouch 4G (T-Mobile) -> LG G2x (T-Mobile) -> Nexus S 4G (Sprint) -> Epic 4G (Sprint) -> Evo 3D -> iPhone 4 (8GB) -> iPhone 4S (64GB) -> Epic Touch 4G -> Galaxy Nexus
 
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Can we flash this rom on rooted Motorola Milestone, or only on Motorola Droid? Because milestone has locked bootloader.
 
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Can we flash this rom on rooted Motorola Milestone, or only on Motorola Droid? Because milestone has locked bootloader.
I only have a Droid to test this on, and I would assume it only works for Droid.
HTC Apache (Qwest)-> HTC Mogul (Qwest) -> Blackberry 8330 (Verizon) -> HTC Vogue (Verizon) -> HTC Touch Pro 2 (Verizon) -> HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) -> LG Ally (Verizon) -> Moto Droid (Verizon) -> Moto Droid X (Verizon) -> Palm Centro (Sprint) -> Palm Pixi (Sprint) -> Evo 4G (Sprint) -> HTC Arrive (Sprint) -> Moto Cliq -> MyTouch 4G (T-Mobile) -> LG G2x (T-Mobile) -> Nexus S 4G (Sprint) -> Epic 4G (Sprint) -> Evo 3D -> iPhone 4 (8GB) -> iPhone 4S (64GB) -> Epic Touch 4G -> Galaxy Nexus
 
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Can this be installed using Clockwork Recovery, or just SP?

EDIT: It does work with Clockwork as well. Installation went smoothly, but no 3G. Installing again.
 
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Can this be installed using Clockwork Recovery, or just SP?

EDIT: It does work with Clockwork as well. Installation went smoothly, but no 3G. Installing again.
Thanks for the heads up.

No 3G? That's very odd.. did you try *228 after flashing? I always do, force of habit I guess, and I have 3G.
HTC Apache (Qwest)-> HTC Mogul (Qwest) -> Blackberry 8330 (Verizon) -> HTC Vogue (Verizon) -> HTC Touch Pro 2 (Verizon) -> HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) -> LG Ally (Verizon) -> Moto Droid (Verizon) -> Moto Droid X (Verizon) -> Palm Centro (Sprint) -> Palm Pixi (Sprint) -> Evo 4G (Sprint) -> HTC Arrive (Sprint) -> Moto Cliq -> MyTouch 4G (T-Mobile) -> LG G2x (T-Mobile) -> Nexus S 4G (Sprint) -> Epic 4G (Sprint) -> Evo 3D -> iPhone 4 (8GB) -> iPhone 4S (64GB) -> Epic Touch 4G -> Galaxy Nexus
 
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Thanks for the heads up.

No 3G? That's very odd.. did you try *228 after flashing? I always do, force of habit I guess, and I have 3G.
Everything seems to be working now after re-install.
 
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Everything seems to be working now after re-install.
Good deal, enjoy!
HTC Apache (Qwest)-> HTC Mogul (Qwest) -> Blackberry 8330 (Verizon) -> HTC Vogue (Verizon) -> HTC Touch Pro 2 (Verizon) -> HTC Droid Eris (Verizon) -> LG Ally (Verizon) -> Moto Droid (Verizon) -> Moto Droid X (Verizon) -> Palm Centro (Sprint) -> Palm Pixi (Sprint) -> Evo 4G (Sprint) -> HTC Arrive (Sprint) -> Moto Cliq -> MyTouch 4G (T-Mobile) -> LG G2x (T-Mobile) -> Nexus S 4G (Sprint) -> Epic 4G (Sprint) -> Evo 3D -> iPhone 4 (8GB) -> iPhone 4S (64GB) -> Epic Touch 4G -> Galaxy Nexus
 
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...noticed one thing. there is black text on black buttons, for example the save buttons when downloading attachments from the email app

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