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[MOD of ROM]Frayo v1.1 - 1/12/2012 (FroyobyLaszlo mod)

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By frankdrey, Senior Member on 13th January 2012, 12:03 AM
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Ok here's my little FroyobyLaszlo mod. YES ITS A TERRIBLE EVIL WINZIP

Pretty much all the credit should go to him (Laszlo) for this ROM!
Once I start doing some more advanced tweaking then I'll be able to give myself some credit without feeling guilty

Pretty much the main new feature is that you can customize what system apps to flash.

Changes:
-complete
~in progress
Code:
~1.2
~system mount as rw on boot will become an option

-1.1
-system mounted as rw on boot
-customization(install.txt)
  *So all those apps I removed can now be customized if they install or not
-updated LauncherPro to latest version 0.8.6 as of 1/9/2012

1.0 (from froyobylaszlo)
-edited update script, made the installation a bit more detailed and informative
-removed calendar
-removed onscreenkeyboard (faster! use your slide out keyboard!)
-removed livewallpapers picker
-removed text to speech
-removed protips widget
-removed voice dialer
-added stock sounds and fonts
-added gmail
-added youtube
-changed bootscreen
Download:
1.1 - ROM: http://www.mediafire.com/?unp8qba8pp7rqas
Install Config: http://hostfile.org/install.txt (rightclick>save as...)
1.0 - ROM: http://www.sendspace.com/file/o2auyh

Install Instructions:
First of all you need to have radio 2.22.27.08/2.22.28.25 & hboot 1.33.0013d. Instructions on install are here.

Then you should partition your sd like so:
swap (i really recommend it) somewhere around 120 plus/minus 50mb...im being very approximate here...it depends on how much space you're willing to give up
ext4 (recommend it too) depends on how many apps you want...512mb will probably be enough for most

Wipe your phone with a superwipe. Then do all the wipe options in recovery and do "repair ext"

Download the needed files.

Open up install.txt with your favorite text editor and edit it to what you want to install. Default is everything install. Don't add any extra spaces or anything to the file. Only change "yes" to "no" and "no" to "yes".

Copy frayo-signed.zip and install.txt to the root of your SD card.

Flash it in recovery.

Once its done reboot and follow onscreen instructions to sign in and stuff (or you can skip).

Now here are some settings you need to set:

If you have sd-ext partition:
Settings>Extras>Application>Allow moving
Settings>Extras>Application>Install Location>Sd-ext

If you have swap:
Settings>Extras>Performance>Swap

Recommended:
Settings>Extras>Performance>Lock Home in Memory
I don't recommend changing CPU settings

To fix black clock in notification bar:
Settings>Extras>User Interface>Reset UI Tweaks

I really recommend you turn off market updates, the new market is too slow:
Open terminal emulator.
Type
Code:
su
pm disable com.android.vending.updater
If the market manages to sneak in an update before you do this go to Settings>Applications>Manage>Market>Uninstall updates

Reboot and Enjoy!

Credits:
-laszlo for the original froyobylaszlo ROM
-cyanogenmod because that's what froyobylaszlo is based off of
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13th January 2012, 12:37 AM |#2  
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Ill try this later tonight

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13th January 2012, 01:04 AM |#3  
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Ill try this later tonight

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Alright...if you have any feature requests please tell me them
Ill add it as an option:3
If I can...

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13th January 2012, 01:40 AM |#4  
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Alright...if you have any feature requests please tell me them
Ill add it as an option:3
If I can...

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Lol ok..
Do I need to have the install txt cause I don't have access to a computer right now so I was just gonna manually uninstall the apps I don't want

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13th January 2012, 01:58 AM |#5  
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Can we use it with cmtd? And how about papago issue? It's fixed now?

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13th January 2012, 02:02 AM |#6  
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downloading now,will run and see how this goes.
already like the txt feature.
13th January 2012, 02:08 AM |#7  
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-1.1
-system mounted as rw on boot

I STRONGLY recommend not mounting /system as rw unless there is something vital that needs to be written, then remount it to ro.
13th January 2012, 02:30 AM |#8  
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Lol ok..
Do I need to have the install txt cause I don't have access to a computer right now so I was just gonna manually uninstall the apps I don't want

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Hmmm...won't hurt to try
How it works is it copies everything at first...then it scans the install.txt and for every "no" it deletes the app
Not sure if recovery will give errors for the file not being there...
Won't hurt to try





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Can we use it with cmtd? And how about papago issue? It's fixed now?

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I only made the changes mentioned in the "changes" :P
Everything else is exactly like froyobylaszlo...
So I assume if cmtd didn't work with froyobylaszlo it won't work with this...same with papago
I cannot do any deep development because my linux installation is being odd right now...




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I STRONGLY recommend not mounting /system as rw unless there is something vital that needs to be written, then remount it to ro.

*sigh*
Alright...next version will have it as an option...set as no by default


Also I may make a separate update.zip for customization that will allow you to edit the install.txt without a pc...hmmm....

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13th January 2012, 02:38 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by frankdrey

Hmmm...won't hurt to try
How it works is it copies everything at first...then it scans the install.txt and for every "no" it deletes the app
Not sure if recovery will give errors for the file not being there...
Won't hurt to try








I only made the changes mentioned in the "changes" :P
Everything else is exactly like froyobylaszlo...
So I assume if cmtd didn't work with froyobylaszlo it won't work with this...same with papago
I cannot do any deep development because my linux installation is being odd right now...






*sigh*
Alright...next version will have it as an option...set as no by default


Also I may make a separate update.zip for customization that will allow you to edit the install.txt without a pc...hmmm....

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Yeah it aborted installation cause of the missing txt file

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13th January 2012, 02:47 AM |#10  
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I went on xda's full site and saved the link, then used jota text editor app

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13th January 2012, 02:56 AM |#11  
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Alright well that's recovery's fault
I can't control that:P
I mean...why doesn't it barge on through the errors? :roll:

(I'm joking)

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