My heart dropped for a moment there... Temporarily living in Singapore for work, I would prefer to use the Asian firmware since I bought the phone here. It seems to be more reliable too. I also like knowing when I move back to the US it will have been tested working well on AT&T.
I have yet to dabble into full ROM building and making mods with the whole odexed business kinda scares me. I dipped my toes into some theming and basic mods on the Arc-S & GNex but don't recall odexed files on either. So, I'm glad there is still hope for your work here.
P.S. other current & abandoned tweaks/mods for Euro Roms seem to work OK with yours. Be sure to clear the cache & be patient on boots and initial Rosie loads though!
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Definitely. I just need to "catch up" with what the other devs are putting out, and I want to do all the work myself in my way. That will take some time, but it will be worth it. I have a style, understated and easy to use, that I want to keep, but there are so many amazing possibilities, I want those I feel are valuable to be available, too.
Singapore rocks, BTW. Lived extensively in Asia, and always loved going there. They speak Mandarin (the only Chinese I can speak) and English and the food is amazing...
BTW, don't be too freaked out by odex files, they are just "optimized" dex files. Most developers de-odex their ROMs, which takes the code from the odex files and assembles them into classes.dex within the apk. The standard HTC kitchen will do most of this in batch form, although it is getting a bit outdated, and some apks have to be deodexed with baksmali, specifying API level and dependencies. In fact, there was one file in the One X I had to build an unreleased version of baksmali for to get deodexed (phone). Anyway, ranting, the point is that the odex files generally are removed, then you can work on the ROM (although some swear the odexed ROMs are faster).
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