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[Rom][32A][6.35] Fusebox v1.3 - A Lean AOSP Froyo Machine

30th July 2010, 04:22 PM   |  #1  
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This is a no-frills, lean, clean Froyo AOSP machine.


Thanks:
Giant_Rider and Capychimp for the collaboration, klothius for the dalvik-cache script, dferreira for his AOSP source, Fightspit for the battery indicator and Carz for his kernel source.

Sources:
Froyo AOSP
Kernel
Battery Mod
Email.apk


Not Working:
Camera


Includes:
Google apps
Optimizations
Custom hosts file
Swap (requires swap partition)
Apps2SD (requires ext partition)
JIT
Cache on Cache
Renice
Highly OC'd kernel
Launcher Pro


Customizations:
Apps2SD and Swap are enabled on boot but you need the required partition structure. Jit is enabled out of the box. Kernel OC is set at 352MHz (under volted) when idle and 652MHz under load. You can use SetCPU to change the scaling, the scaling range is currently 122-748 MHz.

** Warning **
Typical behavior of an unstable device at high clock speeds are random reboots, black screen of death, and the phone not waking up.


Rom:
Recommended to do a full wipe first including dalvik-cache and sd ext, unless an update is specified "no-wipe".


Fusebox v1.3
*No-Wipe Update*
- New kernel compile (smaller and cleaner)
- Replaced custom hosts file with stock file (was causing battery drain errors in some programs that use a certain implementation of ads).

Fusebox v1.2
*No-Wipe Update*
- Includes updates from v1.1
- New kernel compile (2.6.34.2)
- Changed the default CPU scaling governor to interactive

Fusebox v1.1
*No-Wipe Update*
- New kernel compile
- Updated Brut maps
- Updated Google apps

Fusebox v1.0
*Full Rom*
- New Froyo AOSP base
- Email.apk that works with Exchange
- Addded ES File Explorer
- Updated LauncherPro
- Added latest kernel compile
- Moved default cpu frequencies to init.d
- Added script to clear app cache
- Memory tweaks

Fusebox v0.5
*No-Wipe Update*
- New kernel compile
- Default 352 min CPU speed (reported to fix wake issue for some people)
- Added afflaq's Email.apk to fix Exchange (thx lodewj)

Fusebox v0.4
*No-Wipe Update*
- Added missing speech lib
- Tweaked internal memory management
- Adjusted default clock speeds

Fusebox v0.3
*Full Rom*
- New kernel compile

Fusebox v0.2
*Full Rom*
- New kernel compile

Fusebox v0.1
*Full Rom*
- Initial release.


Themes:
*Updated: For Rom v1.0 Only*
These are flashable updates you apply over the base rom.

Stock White

White with circular battery with % (Fixed)
Black with circular battery with % (Fixed)

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30th July 2010, 04:41 PM   |  #2  
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does anything not work? camera/BT/etc?

EDIT: nvm you edited your post :P
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does anything not work? camera/BT/etc?

EDIT: nvm you edited your post :P

Just camera as far as I know right now.
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fast rom but have one issue, when phone locks i cant get it unlocked, the screen stays black and no response on buttons. noticed that games not getting laggy when touching screen, had that issue with all other roms for new radio. tried to check out new froyo rider to compare, but its looping while booting so i tried only this rom. sorry for english if its poor
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fast rom but have one issue, when phone locks i cant get it unlocked, the screen stays black and no response on buttons. noticed that games not getting laggy when touching screen, had that issue with all other roms for new radio. tried to check out new froyo rider to compare, but its looping while booting so i tried only this rom. sorry for english if its poor

That's typical of the device not being stable at the clock speed, is still at the default clocks? I may have to bump down the speed if this is an issue.
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That's typical of the device not being stable at the clock speed, is still at the default clocks? I may have to bump down the speed if this is an issue.

yes its on defoult clocks. just managed to flash froyorider rom, as far as i have checked its not freezing while locking the phone, clocks and kernel are the same so maby the problem is somewhere else
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yes its on defoult clocks. just managed to flash froyorider rom, as far as i have checked its not freezing while locking the phone, clocks and kernel are the same so maby the problem is somewhere else

Ok keep me posted, I have only noticed that behavior over 700MHz on my device...
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Ok keep me posted, I have only noticed that behavior over 700MHz on my device...

i think its my device, cause the same just happened with froyorider
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i think its my device, cause the same just happened with froyorider

Hmm ok, you can try installing setcpu and bump it down a notch, if it turns out to be a common problem then I'll adjust the default kernel frequencies.
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@Switch33

does it have multilanguage support? (need dutch belgium ).
I was actually working on my own but now that you made one, the need for making one myself is pretty much gone

btw, I would clock it a little bit lower by default and use setcpu to bump it some higher if the phone handle's it

thnx for your work!! keep it up

P.s. got a small request. Don't know if you compiled the kernel from source, but if you do, could you use the slub alocater instead of slab? (if that isn't already the case) ^_^

edit:
some questions:

undervolted?
JIT ?
renice init scripts?

edit2:

Allready compiling carz12 kernel as we speak with slub instead of slab.
Will upload it later today and share it.
if it works well, I will repost it with a lot of kernel debugging disabled. I saw that the cm source that Carz uses has ktimes and stuff enabled. disabling this stuff shoud shaves off a little bit in boot time. I hope that this will apply to our phones as well. I do this stuff for embedded devices (routers) with a x86 base (amd/NS geode cpu's). But I have little to no experience on arm based devices.
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