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[ROM][EP1Q][ODIN - CWM]GummyCharged GBE 1.9RC2 8/17/11

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By kejar31, Inactive Recognized Developer on 11th July 2011, 02:20 AM
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Rev your Charge up and get ready cause this things fast!!!


* This is an RC release it is only the base of what will be the complete release of GBE... That means it does not include any tweaks or the toolbox or TSM.. All of which will come to this ROM

* The Odin is for version 1.9RC1 only... the CWM release will update it to 1.9RC2.3

* This install will wipe all your data so be prepared

Do not use themes from previous GBE releases you will get a bootloop

Select Settings-->Display settings-->Unlock screen-->Glass unlock to get incoming calls to show up with the AOSP lockscreen slider rather than the puzzle crap

AppWidgetPicker causes issues with The Power Control widget (not the one in the dropdown) if you use this widget put it in place and on next reboot and it will no longer be blank...

Primary Dev and project lead - Kejar31
Smali Guru - Dev - Syaoran12
Kernel Dev - IMoseyON
Java Dev - Turlz
Official Artist - Daank
Official Themer - Gunnermike53
Forums support - Hazard209

FABOLOUS for allowing me to use his Server to host Gummy Charged and letting me use his toolbox script to make mine!!!
Thanks to B16 for letting me post on his servers
Thanks to Teamdouche for publicly posting the CM source, which I compiled some of my apps from

I also want to put out a special thanks to IMNUTS (which CWM we are using in this release) for all his help

- Most all apps were built from source.... rather that decompiled and hacked apps via APKmanager!!!!! To do this I took the CM7 source trees and reworked the framework to allow apps to properly find resources after they were compiled.
- New Base built on top of EP1F
- The only apps left from TW are Dialer, Contacts, Camera and Browser
- AppWidgetPicker - built byboombuler
- Ads blocked via hosts file -thanks to delta_foxtrot2
- 1% battery increments built in (Icons made by me)
- Themed Dialer, Contacts, Keyboard Task Manager by me to integrate into the stock GB look and feel
- AOSP lockscreen
- Reboot options (recovery and Download)
- Overscroll Glow
- Screen off animation
- DSPManager included!

-install removed TW apps:
TW Email
Visual Voice Mail
TW Calculator
TW Video Player

-Add and remove Ads
-Install Themes:
Gummy Pink
GummyComb - many images were used from HoneyBread so I want to make sure I give that author credit (haxzamatic - you da man!)
Black Alian

More to come...

Known Issues:
1. Battery history is not working ( FC if you try to access it from SpareParts)
2. Tweaks are not working and will not until we get custom Kernels

I nor anyone in TeamGummy take any responsibility for what this ROM or its tools may do to your phone.

GummyCharged GBE 1.9RC1 ODIN

GummyCharged GBE 1.9RC2.3 CWM


Change Log:

-Streaming audio fix is implemented
-Updated theme defualt theme
-New Market
-Fixed Voice Search
-Removed wording on dropdown power widgets - credit confuscius


-HDMI out is fixed
-Browser is fixed - We are now using the AOSP one
-Quadrant score is back up to 1200~1600
-Misc audio quirks are fixed


-Updated parts of the base to EP1H but the framework and TW apps are still EP1f based
-Imoseyon tweaks are now implemented thanks to IMNUTS new kernel that allows init.d scripting
-New radios are now included from EP1H
-minor theme fixes


-Updated the base to EP1Q


-Completely reworked the dialer it is now based on the dialer from the fascinate so we no longer have to go into a separate app to access contacts
-Re-added Black Gtalk
-Updated Youtube to the latest version
-Misc fixes and cleanup

*****Also included is IMNUTS kernel that allows support for EXT4******

-This will be included as a CWM install only at this time..

Install - CWM only:
make sure you have root and Clockwork recovery installed
-boot into recovery via Recovery
-select "wipe data/factory reset"
-select "Yes -- delete all data"
-go back
-select "install zip from sdcard"
-select "choose zip from sdcard"
-find and select

Install Themes:
-boot into recovery via Recovery
-select "install zip from sdcard"
-select "choose zip from sdcard"
-find and select

Accessing the Toolbox:
-Open Term
-Type "su" (give root permissions if asked)
-Type "gummytoolbox"

Update Toolbox:
-Open Term
-Type "su" (give root permissions if asked)
-Type "updatetb"

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11th July 2011, 02:31 AM |#2  
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Everything looks awesome! I'll get back after testing. Thanks!!!!!!
11th July 2011, 03:10 AM |#3  
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Looks pretty sweet. Flashing in 10

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11th July 2011, 03:16 AM |#4  
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just like to confirm if you are on the humble rom you may install over it. Just wipe and clear cache first. worked for me.
11th July 2011, 03:21 AM |#5  
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That reminds me. Im on humble 1.3 so if i flash this but later on i wanna go back would i have any problems? Since its gb to froyo?

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11th July 2011, 03:55 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by scarygood536

just like to confirm if you are on the humble rom you may install over it. Just wipe and clear cache first. worked for me.

if its the Gingerbread version of Humble then yes just wipe and flash,
if you are still on the Froyo Radios(i.e EE4) then you have to flash the radios and gingerbread leak via ODIN and then wipe and install this through CWM ...
11th July 2011, 03:57 AM |#7  
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I have been testin this ROm for the past 10mins and its one of the best I have tried so far,
Thanks for all the hard work again ...
11th July 2011, 03:58 AM |#8  
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delete me, please
11th July 2011, 04:04 AM |#9  
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Kejar, just like the Humble, the browser is super laggy when scrolling.
11th July 2011, 04:10 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by Mig1234

Kejar, just like the Humble, the browser is super laggy when scrolling.

You mean just like every stock browser that we've seen on the Charge? Try Opera, or something along those lines.
11th July 2011, 04:12 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by kejar31

delete me, please

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