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[ROM][IMM76I stock] Trickster ROM 1.2.1 [2012-06-11]

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By bigeyes0x0, Senior Member on 22nd April 2012, 06:12 PM
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Presenting Trickster ROM, an original IMM76I stock ROM which some tricks included :
- Rooted
- Busybox
- Odexed from stock ROM
- Tweak colors (optional but applied by default)
- Zipalign at boot (optional but applied by default)
- SQLite database optimization at boot (optional)
- Screen state kernel task scheduler and virtual memory tweaks (optional but applied by default)
- Ability to choose Governor, I/O scheduler, min and max CPU frequencies
- Ability to setup various kernel mods in various kernels
- Script to move dalvik-cache to cache partition to free up additional space on /data partition -> More space for your virtual sdcard
- build.prop tweaks to make the ROM smoother, with better mobile data speed and more battery friendly
- sysro, sysrw commands



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Trickster ROM 1.2.1
MD5: 0b883334caba0289aba17e4cc7f1afca
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Installation instructions:
- Reboot to CWM recovery
- If you're not from stock or this ROM, please wipe data/factory reset
- Install zip from sdcard
- Install any mod you want
- Profit...
If you comes from older ICS build than IMM76D, it is recommended to flash latest bootloader and radio. Instructions in this post.
If you mess up editing trickster.conf and can't boot, use this CWM zip to reset.
Mods
Battery and Navigation Button Mods
Circular Battery

Iced Honey Battery

Percentage Battery

Credits:
- Google
- ChainsDD and chainfire for su binaries and su management apps
- nikademus and imoseyon for kernels
- ch33kybutt's for his brilliant idea on screen state optimizations
- Stephen (Stericson) for busybox and toolbox binaries
- Geo411m for the original CWM updater script, build.prop tweaks and for your inspiration
- he_stheone64, phone_user, mrvirginia and wurstfett for battery and navigation bar mods
- Beta testers for your dedication in testing this ROM
- Anyone I learnt from at XDA

Disclaimer: This is my first ROM so I won't be responsible for any sh*t that might happen with your phone. In fact, for subsequent works, I am not going to be either. You do whatever you like with your phone.

Beta test:
If you want to be this ROM beta tester, please contact me through PM.
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22nd April 2012, 06:18 PM |#2  
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Great. Let me try this out. Thanks.

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looks sweet and thanks for the mention.
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22nd April 2012, 09:50 PM |#4  
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Thanks to you it took me only around 20mins to make this ROM from what's running on my phone. It's actually very easy.
22nd April 2012, 09:54 PM |#5  
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Thanks for taking the time to put this together and sharing it. I just applied it to my phone, fingers crossed the fix for radio drops will work.

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22nd April 2012, 10:02 PM |#6  
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Well it seems to fix the radio problem for a lot of people, tell me how it goes. I think I will post a package to flash the accompanied bootloader and radio later, in case people need it.
22nd April 2012, 10:23 PM |#7  
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More space for your virtual sdcard
Can you explain this?
22nd April 2012, 10:29 PM |#8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bigeyes0x0

Well it seems to fix the radio problem for a lot of people, tell me how it goes. I think I will post a package to flash the accompanied bootloader and radio later, in case people need it.

I'll post an update on the my signal tomorrow, are the bootloader and radio different than those found in IMM76D?

Thanks again
Rob
23rd April 2012, 01:50 AM |#9  
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More space for your virtual sdcard
Can you explain this?

He said: "Script to move dalvik-cache to cache partition to free up additional space on /data partition -> More space for your virtual sdcard"
23rd April 2012, 01:50 AM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by olivercervera

More space for your virtual sdcard
Can you explain this?

It moves dalvik cache from /data/dalvik-cache to /cache/dalvik-cache, which cache is a different partition. As our virtual sdcard is actually a directory /data/media. This frees up more space for the virtual sdcard on the GNex.

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I'll post an update on the my signal tomorrow, are the bootloader and radio different than those found in IMM76D?

Thanks again
Rob

IMM76I and IMM76D have the same bootloader and radio, but if someone comes from older build they might need it.
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23rd April 2012, 04:58 AM |#11  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bigeyes0x0

It moves dalvik cache from /data/dalvik-cache to /cache/dalvik-cache, which cache is a different partition. As our virtual sdcard is actually a directory /data/media. This frees up more space for the virtual sdcard on the GNex.


IMM76I and IMM76D have the same bootloader and radio, but if someone comes from older build they might need it.

Can you confirm that the kernel is different from 76d? Maybe a md5 or build signature check?

Thanks!
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