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By userjf, Senior Member on 17th February 2011, 09:52 PM
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MattyG Mods, Userjf Mods, AudioBoost Kernel,
Data Throttle Removal Mods, Camera Shutter Sounds,
CMW3-Flashable Boot Animations, BootLoader Splash Screens... And More!


All Files Can Now Be Found Here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?5ch2853xcxvi0




EVERYTHING YOU DO IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT YOU DO.

DATA THROTTLE REMOVAL:
This removes the throttle files from the rom. The files removed are actually named "throttle", by the way.

AUDIOBOOST KERNEL:
This is simply the stock kernel with all audio levels boosted. Other than that, it is the stock kernel. This will work with any nightly or rc build of cm7.

CAMERA SHUTTER SOUND:
A lower volume, more pleasant, camera shutter sound. Flash with recovery, works with any cm7 version.

CM3-FLASHABLE BOOT ANIMATIONS:
These are boot animations that I have ported to be CWM2 and CWM3 flashable.

SPLASH SCREENS:
Rename exactly to PB31IMG.zip and put on root directory of FAT32 sdcard, not in any folders. You might have to use a blank card with this being the only file... it works for some people better that way. It shouldn't hurt to try it either way though. It will either work or do nothing.

Once the file is on your card and the card is on your phone, with the phone OFF, hold down the vol.down and power button. Hold them down until the bootloader is up. After a few seconds, it should ask you if you want to apply the update. Choose yes.

Once it is loaded, it will be there permanently until you change it again. You don't have to reflash it ever.

BATTERY MODS:
I have continued the popular work "Mattyg battery and clock mods". Mattyg kept these current when he had a Droid Incredible, and he even kept them current for quite some time after he no longer had the phone. We are all thankful to him for putting these together.

These type of flash mods are specific to a particular build of cm7. If you flash one of these to the wrong nightly, it will work only if the cm7 framework has not changed. Otherwise, your phone will be unstable at best, and boot loop at worst. The files have the nightly number at the end, so there is never any confusion about which file goes with what nightly.

If your phone boot loops after flashing, you can easily fix this by reflashing cm7. This is also the method used to "uninstall" these mods if you want to go back to the stock original clock and battery icons.

These are built for CWM3, but they should also work with CWM2 and RA recoverys.

To flash, simply flash them with recovery. Rom Manager will probably work too, but I don't use it.

You can flash the battery mods over each other. The most recent flash will be on the phone, and will overwrite any previous battery mod. There is no need to flash back to stock between changing between these battery mods.

The RemoveClock mod is independent of the battery mods. You can flash clock and battery or either one. They do not interfere with each other in any way.

There is no need to wipe cache or dalvik when you flash these. You can if you want, and it won't hurt anything, but it is not required.

For safety, always have a known good working backup before you flash these, or before you flash anything for that matter.

Enjoy!

RC1 mods have been added, but they are not tested. I have moved past RC1, and you should too! There are CM7 fixes in Nightly #39, and there will continue to be more fixes in the following CM7 builds.

All Files Can Now Be Found Here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?5ch2853xcxvi0
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17th February 2011, 10:02 PM |#2  
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Several people have said they would take over Mattyg's battery and clock mods... but so far no one has... until now!

These will work with cwm recovery 3 (and 2), and they are all tested on the nightly number at the end of the filename (currently #39)

As always, be safe and nandroid!

Enjoy

The GB circle bootloops with RC1.
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The GB circle bootloops with RC1.

RC1 is NOT 39!!! Flash 39 and you will be good... or wait until tonight and get the #40's.
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RC1 is NOT 39!!!

Yes, I know. Thought I would give it a try anyway.
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So which of those is the stock look with the percentage inside? "stock39"? Or is there one?
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So which of those is the stock look with the percentage inside? "stock39"? Or is there one?

Stock = original
StockPercent = stock + percentage
17th February 2011, 10:35 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by userjf

Several people have said they would take over Mattyg's battery and clock mods... but so far no one has... until now!

These will work with cwm recovery 3 (and 2), and they are all tested on the nightly number at the end of the filename (currently #39)

As always, be safe and nandroid!

Enjoy

are you running into any issues with these? i put them all together, but was getting FC's after flashing. not MAJOR FC's, but enough that i didnt want to release them until i figured it out. Mostly CM settings when attempting to change anything and ROM manager.

lol ive been working on it all day.
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are you running into any issues with these? i put them all together, but was getting FC's after flashing. not MAJOR FC's, but enough that i didnt want to release them until i figured it out. Mostly CM settings when attempting to change anything and ROM manager.

lol ive been working on it all day.

Let me check, I didn't modify any of Mattyg's actual coding other than compiling into the new framework.

Yup, you are right about that, I tried a few other things, but not that. Very interesting... I'll take a look..., and you take a look... and we will see who figures it out first
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Let me check, I didn't modify any of Mattyg's actual coding other than compiling into the new framework.

Yup, you are right about that, I tried a few other things, but not that. Very interesting... I'll take a look..., and you take a look... and we will see who figures it out first

Problem found! I'll be putting up new files shortly.
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Let me check, I didn't modify any of Mattyg's actual coding other than compiling into the new framework.

Yup, you are right about that, I tried a few other things, but not that. Very interesting... I'll take a look..., and you take a look... and we will see who figures it out first

boot loops on green circle-after clean install of #39. what did you find about the FC issues? i have a logcat of what i get with my files.. but no idea how to read it and fix it. lol
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Stock = original
StockPercent = stock + percentage

That stockpercent was not there when I posted.

Thanks though.
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