[ROM]LeeDrOiD GB V2.2.0 [KERNEL]LeeDrOiD V3.1.0 |17th Dec|FAST|STABLE|WIFI/3G|APM

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Presenting LeeDrOiD for the HTC Flyer

Android 2.3.4 - GingerBread & Sense... No Gimmick's, No Bullshit..

Just an EPIC Experience from a very experienced developer

What you get:
  • The Kernel - LeeDrOiD V2.0.0 - Based on official HTC sources
  • Heavily optimized build using linario GCC - 4.5.4 passing -O2's
  • Patched to linux upstream
  • Available CPU Governors - Interactive, Smartass, Conservative, Powersave, Performance & Userspace
  • Max O/C 1.8GHz ("Nutter mode")
  • Ondemand CPU governor as default @ 245Mhz-1.5Ghz (Stock)
  • LeeDrOiD Optimal CPU table & VDD Levels
  • Available I/O Schedulers - Deadline, Noop, SIO, BFQ V2.1 & CFQ
  • OpenVPN - CIFS - UTF8 - - EXT3 - EXT4 - JDB2 (with enhancments)
  • CPU Freq VDD levels interface by snq- (Team LeeDrOiD) < Refer to the FAQ
  • Slightly undervolted
  • Re-written optimal CPU table
  • GPU improvments
  • GPU cleanups & fixups
  • CPU unaligned access
  • lots of updates via CAF
  • SLQB Memory allocator
  • WiFi = PM FAST in standby
  • JHASH 3
  • Huge code cleanups
  • Heavily optimized
  • The ROM - Base 100% Android 2.3.4 - Latest HTC WWE 2.23.405.4
  • Auto device ID recognition For WiFi Only/3G Flyers
  • System automatically modified in line with the above feature
  • Unsecured boot.img with ADB Remount
  • De-odexed & Zipaligned
  • Fully re-compressed & optimized
  • Rooted with the latest Superuser permissions
  • Busybox 1.19.2
  • Busybox runparts & init.d support
  • Nano command-line text editor support
  • Bash command shell support
  • /data/app/ zipaligned on boot (Improved RAM performance)
  • Ram Optimizations
  • Home app/launcher kept in memory
  • Lots of speed tweaks
  • Huge Battery life improvements
  • Huge APN List
  • FlyIn transition animations
  • Advanced power menu (additional Hibernate & reboot options)
  • All system applications & framework updated
  • Latest HTC Security patched applied
  • HTC Loggers removed
  • Enabled phone functionality
  • Exposed all browser settings (Hidden debug options)
  • Fancy keyboard open/close anims
  • Enabled extra display settings
  • Removed alpha channel limitation in surfaceflinger
  • Removed scroll by page in app drawer
  • Disabled package signature checking
  • Stock % battery display
  • battery auto calibration script
  • TV out functionality under display settings
  • Low memory wizard "make more space" in settings
  • SMS/MMS Backup & Restore
  • SMS/MMS Secure Box (password protected)
  • Enabled additional ROM/System info via settings
  • Enabled US storage (Self powered hub required for USB OTG/HOST functionality)
  • Lots of default setting changes & cleanups
  • Custom LeeDrOiD Bios Boot animation
  • Custom LeeDrOiD Locales & Language support
  • OpenVPN Support
  • CIFS & CIFS Manager
  • Titanium Backup
  • AD-free & hosts (Updated & working)
  • Spare parts (advanced configuration tool)
  • Genie News & Weather widget
  • Latest Android market
  • Updated Voice Search
  • Updated Google Maps
  • Updated Adobe flash player
  • Updated FaceBook
  • Updated Gmail
  • Updated YouTube
  • Removed "HTC Feedback"
  • R2D2
  • And lots more! (See Changelog)
  • Supported Languages: English, Czech, German, Espanol, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Norwegian, Korean, Greek, Turkish, Swedish, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Croatian & more

Rom Change Log
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V3.1.0-KERNEL  17th December
(Items marked in bold were introduced in V3.1, V3.0 was scrapped)
  • Fixed error in CPU Freq table causing random bootloops
  • Fine tuned CPU Voltages for Stability!
  • CPU Freq Code updates backported from 36.1
  • CPU Idle Code updates backported from 36.1
  • Smartass & Interactive Governors from 36.3
  • Smartass2 Updates & fixups
  • Several config changes
  • V(R) IO Scheduler as default
  • PM Updates via CAF
  • RCU Updates via CAF
  • EXT4 Performance improvments
  • KGSL Graphics driver improvmments
  • More updates & cleanups thanks to CAF & LorDClockaN
  • Several minor ROM Updates included (Performace/Tweak scripts)
  • Added bootloop fix (Framework)
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V2.3-KERNEL 2nd November
  • Fine tuned CPU Voltages
  • Fine tuned SmartAss CPU Governor
  • Added additional RAW USB HID support
  • Stripped debugging code
  • Random reboots should now be resolved
  • Smartass CPU governor as default
  • Stock CPU speed 245Mhz-1497Mhz - 576Mhz MAX @ Screen off
  • Retained optional OC up to 1804Mhz
  • Switched to Deadline I/O Scheduler
  • SLQB Memory allocator
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V2.2.0 29th October
  • Added LeeDrOiD Custom lockring (That was fun..!)
  • Added English-Australian to the locales list
  • Resized stock % battery icons (thanks to Scabes24)
  • Fixed all outstanding issues for WiFi only devices!
  • Several backend system tweaks
  • Added Backup & Restore to SMS/MMS
  • Added Secure Folder to SMS/MMS
  • Tweaked advanced power menu icons
  • Updated AdFree & hosts
  • Updated CIFS Manager
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V2.1.0 26th October
  • Updated KERNEL - LeeDrOiD Flyer V2.0
  • Heavily optimized build using linario GCC - 4.5.4 passing -O2's
  • lots of compiler & code cleanups
  • OnDemand governor as default for now
  • Heavy Smartass governor tuneups
  • Reworked CPU voltages
  • sched_fair: lower granularity
  • bunzip fixups
  • Fixed irq_time code to deal with u64 wraps (CAF)
  • Added: simple I/O shceduler
  • Added: sched: Rate-limit nohz
  • Added: decompressors: add boot-time XZ support
  • Added: decompressors: add XZ decompressor module
  • Added: cleancache
  • Fixed SystemUI/Statusbar for WiFi only flyers (auto recognition)
  • Fixed Low memory wizard FC (settings/storage)
  • Enabled USB storage mode (Under development)
  • Random reboots fixed!
  • Added english US locales
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V2.0.0 26th October
  • Fixed wallpaper preview
  • Cleaner/sharper stock % battery display (thanks to jaguaralani for the images)
  • Automated install modifacation for WiFi only/GSM Flyers
  • Enabled phone functionality
  • Several updater-script updates
  • Increased Dalvik VM heap size (48m)
  • Fixed Adobe flash player install/force restart
  • Added TV out functionality under display settings
  • Added low memory wizard "make more space" in settings
  • Enabled additional ROM/System info via settings
  • RAM & Priority tweaks's (No more sense re-load's)
  • Force JIT = enabled
  • Lots of build.prop mods & tweaks
  • Disabled some background debugging routines
  • Serveral additional optimizations
  • Included VDD levels interface scripts in /system/etc/init.d
  • Lowered all CPU voltages by 25mV
  • Disabled HTC Checkin services
  • Removed "Tell HTC" [&]Updated Superuser & SU Binary
  • Updated adfree & Hosts
  • Updated Google Maps
  • Updated Titanium backup
  • And lots more...
LeeDrOiD_Flyer_V1.0.0 22nd October
  • Initial release

For the best experience - upon 1st boot, Please open spare parts, disable compatability mode & change animation speeds to fast then reboot


ROM Download links

LeeDrOiD Flyer V2.2.0 (FTP)

MD5 Checksum file
MD5# d74b7310f43e6281d7becee189ac2760

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>> Please note, 1st boot may take up to 10 minutes as every application in /data will be ZipAligned, the time it takes depends on how many applications you have installed.. DO NOT PULL THE BATTERY <<


Kernel Download links

To be flashed VIA CWM recovery

LeeDrOiD Flyer V3.1.0 - KERNEL + (FTP)

MD5 Checksum file

Please be aware, the chosen CPU governor is designed to give the best combination of performance & power saving possible.

If you want a power hungry performance monster, switch to OnDeman using SetCPU




Q: How do I flash this ROM?



Once you have done as above
  1. Drop LeeDrOiD_Flyer_VX.X.X.zip on you SD card
  2. Check the MD5# matches the one in post 1#
  3. Ensure you have more than 40% Charge & Unplug your Flyer.
  4. Boot into recovery
  5. Select "backup&restore" then backup your existing ROM. (usually referred to as a "Nandroid" backup)
  6. If you want a clean install, scroll to "wipe data/factory reset" (this step is recommended but not always required)
  7. Select flash zip from SD card
  8. Select the LeeDrOiD_Flyer_VX.X.X.zip
  9. Wait for the flashing process to complete and reboot


LeeDrOiD Flyer GB / Stock Kernel CPU Table

LeeDrOiD Freqs & Voltages -------------HTC "Stock Freqs & Voltages

{ 245000, 900, VDD_RAW(900) }, ------ | ----- { 245760, 1000, VDD_RAW(1000) },
{ 422400, 925, VDD_RAW(925) }, ------ | ----- { 368640, 1050, VDD_RAW(1050) },
{ 499200, 950, VDD_RAW(950) },
{ 576000, 975, VDD_RAW(975) },
{ 652800, 1000, VDD_RAW(1000) },
{ 729600, 1000, VDD_RAW(1050) },
{ 806400, 1025, VDD_RAW(1050) }, ---- | ----- { 806400, 1100, VDD_RAW(1100) },
{ 883200, 1050, VDD_RAW(1075) },
{ 960000, 1050, VDD_RAW(1075) },
{ 1036800, 1075, VDD_RAW(1125) }, ---- | ---- { 1024600, 1200, VDD_RAW(1200) },
{ 1113600, 1100, VDD_RAW(1125) },
{ 1190400, 1125, VDD_RAW(1150) }, <<<<<<<<<# All frequencies are using voltages within
{ 1267200, 1150, VDD_RAW(1200) }, <<<<<<<<<# Safe working limits MAX=1500mV MIN=750mV
{ 1344000, 1175, VDD_RAW(1250) },
{ 1420800, 1200, VDD_RAW(1250) },
{ 1497600, 1275, VDD_RAW(1300) },
{ 1574400, 1300, VDD_RAW(1300) },
{ 1651200, 1375, VDD_RAW(1275) },
{ 1728000, 1400, VDD_RAW(1300) },
{ 1804800, 1425, VDD_RAW(1300) },

Vdd levels sysfs interface

This mod was created by snq- for my Classic desire builds.

The vdd levels interface allows you to adjust cpu voltages on the fly, you can either do this via terminal, Gscript or by dropping a script in init.d.... The following script is an example with vdd levels increased by 25mV on all frequencies

you can adjust these values accordingly by ammending the 2nd string to any value between min 750mV max 1350mV, these values will only be persistent on reboot if you have a script in the /system/etc/init.d folder with the below syntax

query: (output: first column: frequency (kHz), second column: vdd* (mV))



echo '245000 925' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '422400 950' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '460800 975' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '499200 975' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '576000 1000' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '652800 1025' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '729600 1025' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '806400 1050' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '883200 1075' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '960000 1075' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1036800 1100' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1113600 1125' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1190400 1150' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1267200 1175' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1344000 1200' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1420800 1225' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1497600 1300' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1574400 1325' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1651200 1400' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1728000 1425' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '1804800 1450' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels

incrementing/decrementing all levels by a specified amount* (mV):

echo '-25' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
echo '+25' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels

I have included the above scripts in /system/etc/init.d for simplicity

adjusting the supply voltage* (second value, mV) at a specific frequency (first value, kHz):

echo '998400 1250' > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels

*: vdd values must be a multiple of 25 (enforced by the interface; the regulator doesn't accept other values - found out in the hard way)

please note that the values set through this interface will only be written to the acpu table - they will only become effective when the specific frequency is (re)set by cpufreq

i took the input parser from iscaela's code - thanks for it
do not apply this patch if you plan to use avs

to query the constraints of the regulator ("max_microvolts", "min_microvolts") or the voltage currently supplied to the cpu ("microvolts" (uV)):


grep '.' /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-0/0-0048/regulator/regulator.0/*

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Exclamation F.A.Q For HTC FLYER

- When you flash the ROM, you*MUST*complete at least one full boot before applying any patches or themes.

- For some of the below operations,you will need a root explorer. A good one is ES File Explorer, free and with root access. You will need to check root access in settings and mount system for it to work.

- The*first boot*after flashing any rom can take up to 10 mins (especially following a full wipe), this is because the dalvik-cache needs to be re-built.

- Do I need to*wipe?*It is always recommended, however you can just flash the rom over the current one without a wipe, providing you are using the ROM from the same Chef and that the base build is the same. A full wipe should be done if you face continuous troubles with the ROM or feel performance is not what it should be.*

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Q 1: How do I flash this ROM?
Assuming you have S-Off, and have installed a custom recovery – Reboot the FLYER into recovery (switch off then back on holding volume down, at the fastboot menu select recovery). Select “Install Zip from SD Card” – Select the ROM from your SD and press power – Confirm and you are good to go.*

Q 2. What is S-OFF or Recovery?
A detailed explanation on how to is below:

What is S-OFF?
S-OFF means that the NAND portion of the device is unlocked and can be written to. The default setting for HTC devices is S-ON (write protected), which means that neither can you access certain areas of the system nor can you guarantee a permanent root

Do i need Rooting?
An unrooted device is like logging onto the guest account of windows, you can do many things, just not everything
Think of Acquiring root as having Administrator Access on the device, so you can install/modify/fix/break anything you want.*

What does clockwork Recovery do?
Clockwork allows you to flash Unofficial Roms and Themes via zip files on your SD card, also you can make backups of your current rom and wipe certain types of memory. (User data, system, boot, cache, dalvik cache)

What is flashing?
Flashing refers to Downloading themes or apps or Roms onto your SD Card and then installing them using clockwork or any other utility where the phones Operating System is modified

Q 3: Which radio should I use?
This is a trick question. According to many users over the years, they have recommended to change the radio only if you are facing troubles with the current one that you are using. Radio is a very very very location specific thing. So, what works for me, may not work for you.*Here Here*is a good thread discussing radios and their performance. Generally, Lee will put the recommended radio in the first post.

Q 4: Is the radio included in the ROM? How do I flash?
No, you will need to flash the radio separately.
Easiest steps to flash a radio is (assuming you have*sdk*and*HTC Drivers*and are SOFF)
- Put the radio.img in the folder where fastboot is under sdk\tools
- Turn off your phone and and reboot into Bootloader and select fastboot, connect the phone to the pc - now you show see Fastboot USB on the phone.*
- Goto command prompt on your pc. Goto the folder with Fastboot.
- Type*fastboot flash radio radio.img*and watch it write the new radio.

If the file is named PG58IMG.ZIP, then simply copy it to the root folder of the sd card and reboot into bootloader and follow instructions on the phone screen.
Read about radios and RILs*here*,*here*and*here.

Information on*RIL*can be found*here.

Q 5: Right or recommended order of flashing?
Wipe>ROM>Reboot> Radio.

Q 6: Should I use a task killer on the LD ROM?
Check this and decide for yourself... (Lee would say NO)

Q 7: Backup? What is that?
A good idea is to back up all your data and settings from the phone before flashing a new rom with a full wipe. Best app available is*Titanium Back up(included in the ROM)
The best way to back up the contacts is to sync it via HTC Sync or via your gmail.

Q 8: Are Nandroid and Titanium backup the same thing? How do I manage backups?
No, Nandroid backs up the ROM and Titanium backs up the applications. Nandroid is what you do using the recovery and it makes the exact image of your ROM along with the data.

Q 9: On what occasion will I lose my data (apps, contacts etc)?
Only when you apply the full wipe or the super wipe (see next question, Answer 3). When you just flash a rom or a .zip from recovery, it will not wipe anything unless otherwise mentioned.

Q 10: I was on stock (or another rom from another cook) and I flashed LeeDroiD ROM, now I am having some problems.
1. Try to rebooting the FLYER and see if it makes a difference.
2. Reboot into recovery and clear cache and dalvik, reboot the FLYER and clear data of the apps causing problem.
3. If nothing else works, then use the*Full Wipe*from the first post above or “SUPERWIPE”. Beware: A superwipe/ full wipe will erase EVERYTHING on the FLYER. So be sure to backup what you want.

Q 11: How do I flash Full wipe or Superwipe and what does it erase?
Copy the .zipfile to the SD Card and flash it via recovery. DONOT REBOOT once it is done, flash the ROM straightafter. The full wipe will erase data, cache, system and format in EXT4 partition. Superwipe will erase data, cache, system, boot and system files on SD card (EXT4 again).

Q 12: The screen is not very responsive and is lagging.
Let the FLYER settle down a bit after you unlock it. It generally needs a few seconds to kick up the CPU.

Q 13: The market is not installing anything. Gives error.
Reboot into recovery and select “clear cache partition”. And under settings - applications - Manage applications - under the Market app < Clear Data>.

Q 14: I don’t like the CRT on and off animations, what can I do to disable these?
CRT Animations are*NOT*included.

Q 15: My battery is draining heavily*.
When you first flash a ROM this is what happens. Give it atleast one full charge cycle and it should come back to normal. If required, reboot into recovery and clear battery stats. It is advisable to do so on 100%. Here is the*battery caliberation*app from the market. You can try this.
The battery calliberation script is now included in the rom and stats wiped when at 100%, automatically. This is done only once.

Q 16: Should I run the FLYER battery to zero percent, and what if it does??
Absolutely not! Both the current recoveries are giving problems while pulling the battery up from zero percent.

Q 17: I am getting random lines across my screen on some widgets.
This is a fairly common problem. A Quicke remove the widget and re-apply it or to use a different skin.

Q 18 Some games that use the motion/G sensor are not working as they should.
Re-Calibrate your Gsensor – Settings – Display – Gsensor Callibration

Q 19:dont like the animations. Dont want them.
Go to spare parts, and disable all animations OR go to settings - display - animations.

Q 20: How do I disable or change the boot sound?
You will need to a root explorer to do this. On your phone, using the root explorer, navigate to data\local. Rename the file android_audio.mp3 and reboot.. Viola - No more boot sound. To change, rename the one you want as the boot sound to andoid_audio.mp3 and place it in data\local folder.

Q 21: And the bootanimation?
Data\Local again. Replace the bootanimation.zip file with the one you want. The new file must be named bootanimation.zip.

Q 22: Can I modify frequencies using SetCPU?
Yes, You can use SetCPU
Q 23: GPS Problems?
Try*faster fix the market. Has helped a few members.

Q 24: SuperUser Force closes.
Goto Setting - Application - Manage Application - Super user - Clear Data. And, go to Super user application and click the right most icon on the top of the application (top right corner) and re-update the binaries. Also, go to settings and disable logging, its a bug in su3.

Special thanks to Senior member and Moderator Prateek Gujral for inspiration to this faq.

Feel free to PM me if something else should be added.

Pls. Look at Lee´s 1st post in this thread for further explanations.


Jailbreaking and rooting could soon become illegal again, unless you act now.

Back in July of 2010 the US government ruled that jailbreaking and rooting weren’t a crime as long as the intention behind them isn’t circumventing copyright.

The ruling is set to expire soon and unless renewed, jailbreaking and rooting of smartphones will become illegal once again.
An organization called the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) has issued a petition that anyone can sign – the idea is to get enough objective opinions in favor of renewing the ruling. The EFF also wants to add tablets to the agreement.
You can find all the details on the source link below. Keep in mind that signing up to renew the agreement closes on February 10.
Whether jailbreaking is legal or illegal may not matter much to the end user, but not voting for legalization would surely put all the hard-working devs outside the law.

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Eta... 5 mins

It's 4am here, I am hitting the hay once its up, daughters 8th birthday today

Glad to be here guys, the flyer is a really nice device!

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Thanks alot mate,
Waiting eagerly to flash it ...............
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Links are up guys, seeding the torrent at 3meg...

Time for me to hit the hay, enjoy

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I'm downloading now.... ~51%

BTW, is the PHONE FUNCTIONALITY activated through build.prop or not ?
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Well it's about time..

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