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[2.1]MOD_Cleaned_Rom[v01]2.1.1A.0.16

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15th March 2011, 06:43 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all

This is a moded rom from SE based on 2.1.1A.0.16 firmware.

A big thanks to subhankar.ds for let me use his theme on my mod

Idea
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My idea was to give you an android 2.1 SE firmware almost completely cleaned from junk.
This is already with JIT, Sysctl and blá, blá, blá. you know the rest

Introduction
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This was based on 2.1.1A.0.16 with the latest baseband available (2.1.58) now.
Don`t know if this will work on any other .5x baseband (i think so, but...).
If you had any doubt about that, please flash your phone through Flashtool the 58 baseband.

Removed/Added
It`s simpler to tell what remains or added
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- ADW as launcher (added);
- AnReboot (added);
- Astro File Manager (added);
- SE Browser;
- Calendar;
- Camera;
- Email;
- Facebook;
- Gmail;
- Latitude;
- Maps;
- Market;
- Mediascape;
- Messaging;
- Navigon;
- Phone;
- Phonebook;
- Places;
- RealCalc (added);
- SpareParts (added);
- Superuser (added);
- Sysctl pre-installed and tweaked (added);
- Talk;
- Timescape;
- VoiceDialer;
- XDA app (added);
- YouTube.

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Here are some screenshots of this work.


Downloads
Code:
check this thread;
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1014131
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Follow link for new version
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1014131
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Would this work on .54/.55 baseband?
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17th March 2011, 12:50 AM   |  #4  
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Initially installed over Bitsnacker 2.1 (wipe data, clear partition cache, clear dalvik cache, clear battery stats and fix permissions then install custom zip) and wifi did not connect. Finds it, tries to connect but then disconnects -- tried for a while then...

Flashed a stock SE firmware (435) and then rooted, installed xrecovery and installed this again, same problem with wifi -- any fix or suggestion please, thank you in advance...


EDIT: xrecovery seems to be broken with this, cannot enter it upon reboot,
tried flashing it again through flashtool, successful but still cannot enter it.

EDIT 2: Baseband was updated to .58 on Bitsnacker and stock before flashing.

Update: Flashed SE stock 2.1.1A.0.16 then flashed but still no luck with WiFi.
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Ahh...

rendeiro2005, Does this problem happen for you?
17th March 2011, 03:08 AM   |  #6  
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For me the same, BB .58 ROM instaled via XRecovery now i dont have xrec, busybox and any tipe of conection =/

Any idea before i start flashing the phone from stock
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wallpaper cant be changed from mediascape
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wallpaper cant be changed from mediascape

wifi and xrecovery working?
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@superleeds27

Like i said on 1st post i`m not sure about other baseband but it`s supposed to work, but...

@ blingin

had to look closely about xRecovery issue, thks for pointing that
about wifi that`s odd cause i don`t have any issue with that did you try to go on settings > sonyericsson and download configurations?

@ironjose

try the same as abobe

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had to search the cause for xRecovery in the mean time try, on last version of flashtool, and upgrade xRecovery.
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@ blingin

had to look closely about xRecovery issue, thks for pointing that
about wifi that`s odd cause i don`t have any issue with that did you try to go on settings > sonyericsson and download configurations?

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had to search the cause for xRecovery in the mean time try, on last version of flashtool, and upgrade xRecovery.

Tried the download configuration option but no luck with wifi, tried to get an IP then shows unsuccessful.

xRecovery still broken after installation through new flashtool.

What steps did you use to install this to get wifi working, will try the same, thanks in advance...

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