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[ROM][26-6-2012] gedeROM v1.7 {Linaro - Swipe Controls}

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By gedemis, Senior Member on 25th April 2012, 09:45 PM
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After spending alot of time building the new 3.0 kernel aswell as CM9, I feel that we've come to a point where I could dish out a proper ROM with some sweet features!

  • Fullscreen mode
    • Show/Hide statusbar
    • Global Home and Back buttons
    • Global QuickSettings
    • Customizable Swipe-Actions
  • Kernel based on Hashcode's 3.0 kernel compiled with Linaro
  • Can be overclocked to 1.2GHz
  • Android 4.0.4
  • Beats Audio
  • Supports CM9 Themes
  • Customizable lockscreen
  • Modified build.prop
    • Most Gameloft games working
    • Decreased powerconsumption
  • Reworked CM9 bootanimation(60 fps)
  • Apex/Trebuchet launchers.
  • Customizable Notification Drawer
  • Custom hosts file(Blocks ads)
  • Lockscreen tweaks. (All icons visible)
  • Several new battery-icons
  • Several different softbutton themes
  • Removed most non-core apps
  • Gapps included

JackpotClavin - For his ROM-building tutorial
Hashcode - For his hard work on the 3.0 kernel

  1. Download .zip file
  2. Place on sd-card
  3. Reboot in recovery
  4. Factory Reset
  5. Wipe Dalvik Cache
  6. Flash .zip file
  7. Reboot and enjoy!
  8. Click Thanks!

26-6: 137.96 MB

Old versions:
16-6: 132.40 MB
12-6: 144.51 MB
3-6: 140.84 MB
3-6: 140.84 MB
28-5: 150.53 MB
27-5: 140.84 MB
13-5: 139.48 MB (V1.35)
13-5: 139.48 MB (V1.3)
7-5: 133.48 MB
3-5: 131.77 MB
28-4: 124.70 MB
27-4: 119.98 MB
25-4: MB

Removed apps:
12-6: 17.04 MB

Most 3.0 kernel bugs. Refer to

26-6-2012 Version 1.7:
- Now running at -O3 optimization level again.
- Netflix should(finally) be working again.
- ROM is now built dynamically along with the kernel. So is the external SGX and Wlan libraries. This should ensure better compatibility going forward.
- Reworked the top swipe functionality. Now contains 3 customizable swipe-zones. (See screenshot at end of post).
- Show/Hide statusbar from swiping no longer force-closes apps.
- QuickSettings from swiping works.

For screenshots, see:

Bugfix patch
- Rebuilt kernel using the newest CodeSourcery Toolchain. Included sbradymobile's touch event filter. (Should help reduce the touchscreen eagerness a bit)
- Now running Ondemand governor as default again.
- Compiled thumb as -Os. This fixes MXplayer (Netflix is still broken )
- All ARM libraries are compiled as -O3. Performance should be the same as 1.6, if not a bit better!
- Added top swipe functionality. Go to Settings->System->Swipe Action to set it up. Currently supports "show/hide statusbar", "back button", "home button", "QuickSettings" and "none".
- Added an option in Settings->System for turning on/off the CRT lockscreen animation(Checkbox is a bit inconsistent, just click it until it works).
- Added a new softbutton theme - Axi0m (suggested by barrmulio)
- Now uses the new CM9 bootanimation

For screenshots, see

Major patch - Linaro goodness!
- The kernel is now built using Linaro Toolchain.
- Included Linaro Toolchain optimizations in the ROM build.
- Added in Lockscreen Weather, Lockscreen Calendar and Lockscreen Customization(Set background image/color).
- The Notification Drawer is now fully customizable! Go to Settings->System->Notification Drawer to add/change buttons.
- Added an option for custom softbuttons. The skin can now be themed by going to Settings->System->Status bar->Softbutton theme. (3 themes are currently implemented).
- Added "Allow mock location" as an option in Settings->Location services. Enabling this should help with gps tethering.
- Added CRT lockscreen animation.
- Updated
- Updated Beats Audio.

For screenshots, see


Bugfix patch
- Removed profilebutton from the powerbutton menu.
- Fixed extremely small lockscreen icons.
- Added early backlight write. The full bootanimation should be visible again
- Moved the lockscreen icons so that the bottommost icon can be seen! Thanks to sbradymobile for pointing me to the right variable.
For a screenshot, go to

Fullscreen Controls!
- Added Home + Back buttons to the powerbutton menu. Enjoy navigating in fullscreen mode without having to show/hide the statusbar all the time!
- Added a QuickSettings-button to the powerbutton menu. This will only be visible while in fullscreen mode. Click it to change wifi/brightness/sound etc.
- Reworked the volumebutton in the powerbutton menu to act as a mute on/off toggle.
- Reverted to the last graphics driver. Everything should be running silky smooth again!

For screenshots, see this post:

Bugfix patch
- Fixed graphic glitches introduced in the last build. (This will need testing, but I hope everything is back to normal!)
- Removed camera from default landscape lockscreen.
- Added BoostedAss2 governor. (Suggested by aaricchavez)
The new governor should be a more powersaving version of the Smartass2 governor.

(Note that I still recommend Ondemand as your default governor. It currently features the best dualcore control and deepsleeps well.)

Bugfix patch
- Rebuilt kernel with Hashcode's newest additions(This should stop random reboots!)
- Reverted wpa-supplicant back to 0.8. This fixes wlan dropping in deepsleep.
- Updated Apex Launcher.
- Removed camera from default lockscreen.
- Music app has been replaced by Apollo, the new CM9 music player!
- Changed the QuickSearchBar to the gapps version.

13-5-2012 Version 1.35
Small bugfix patch
- Shutdown is now working properly! (Great job Hash)
- Updated hosts file. Adblocking should now be up to date

13-5-2012 Version 1.3
Major patch
- Themes are now supported! Go to Settings->Themes! (gedeROM comes with stock and Androidian themes installed. Get more from the Play Store)
- Lockscreen is now fully customizable! Go to Settings->System->Lockscreen(Remember to hit save after setting op shortcuts)
- GPS has been fixed(Thanks Hashcode!)
- Upgraded WPA-supplicant from 0.8 to 1.0 (Wifi-tweaks)
- Keyboard sounds are now in!
- Changed default governor to "ondemand". Seems to be the only governor that deep-sleeps well.
- CMWallpapers come preinstalled(can be uninstalled)
- Music now comes preinstalled(can be uninstalled)
- ADB should be fixed once and for all.

Edit: Volume has been fixed. Now loud err than before!

For screenshots, go to

7-5-2012 Version 1.25
Fixed "Reboot to Recovery", now fully functional! (Requires FFF1.4)
Fixed force close when going to Settings->About Tablet->Status.
Changed USB footprint to match that of the stock ROM. This should fix most adb problems. If you still have trouble connecting through adb, see this post:
Updated wlan-libraries. This *should* improve general stability of the wifi.
Removed "adb enabled" notification.
Added a new battery-icon option(Truly fitting the ICS style!)
Can be enabled in settings. The name is ICSCircle.

- Thanks to atraperegrinus for suggesting this sweet look

3-5-2012 Version 1.2:
Major patch
Fullscreen mode! You can now show/hide the status bar by holding the power button and clicking a button! See for screenshots!

Ported several new CPU governors to Hashcode's kernel. Default governor is now OndemandX at 1.2GHz - should improve battery life!
Other governors for testing:
Smartass V2
For more info, see

New custom circular battery icon! Can be selected by going to settings->system->status bar-> battery status style. Nothing changed about the normal icons.

New build.prop tweaks: Disguises the tablet as a Galaxy Nexus when browsing for apps. This should allow for new games to run on the KF. (Tested on Dungeon Hunter 3 and Asphalt 6 HD)

Users running on FFF1.4 can now reboot into recovery(Thanks Hash!)
Removed flightmode from powerdown-menu.

28-4-2012 Version 1.15:
Small bugfix patch
Running on Hashcode's latest kernel.
Default CPU clock is 1008MHz, can be overclocked in settings to the usual 1.2GHz.
Volume-slider now controls the actual volume, and not that of notifications.
Newest Gapps included - should fix any problems with Play Store, purchases, etc.
Bluetooth.apk included for use with OTG.
Trebuchet launcher included, choose between Trebuchet/Apex at first boot.

27-4-2012 Version 1.1:
USB Mass Storage is now working properly - had to rewrite/merge the custom SystemUI with the newest CM-version.
Fixed the size of the bootanimation.
Removed the custom Play Store - was causing too many problems.
Changed default launcher to Apex - Same simple design, but with loads of customization available!
Included LiveWallpapers and Email apps by popular demand, if you are missing any of the other apps that I have removed, download the "" and install it.

25-4-2012 Version 1.0:
Initial ROM!

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25th April 2012, 09:55 PM |#2  
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Would it be OK to flash over hashcodes rom or should I wipe system and data first

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Ooo looks nice.

What sort of update frequency will you be doing? (e.g. from CM9 repo nightly changes)
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Originally Posted by CjamesL

Would it be OK to flash over hashcodes rom or should I wipe system and data first

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I usually wipe everything but my sdcard when installing a new ROM. If you do flash over your current ROM, be sure to do a backup of your data first
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Originally Posted by uluxus

Ooo looks nice.

What sort of update frequency will you be doing? (e.g. from CM9 repo nightly changes)

Will try to keep it as updated as possible. Most of the CM9 changes are rather small though, at least compared to the progress being done by Hashcode and intersectRaven
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25th April 2012, 10:08 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by gedemis

I usually wipe everything but my sdcard when installing a new ROM. If you do flash over your current ROM, be sure to do a backup of your data first

OK thanks

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25th April 2012, 10:13 PM |#7  
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how did u get 1.2 ghz overclock

kindle is getting hot even on 800mhz max how this will be perform

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Setupetails are Below
Cm7 Barebones+Raven's Kernel
Minimum:300 Higher 1200mhz
Go launcher Ex With MIUI Theme
Games:MC3,Fifa 2012,Real Racing 2,Stick Cricket,Gangster Rio....
Apps:Mx Video Player,JetVid,Titanium Backup,Opera Mobile,Dolphin HD,Adobe Reader
25th April 2012, 10:13 PM |#8  
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What are the build.prop modifications please?

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25th April 2012, 10:44 PM |#9  
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Can you please tell me if I can download gameloft apps from amazon appstore?

I bought order & chaos, dungeon hunter 2, backstab HD, eternal legacy there and more and none show up in that appstore with any CM7 or CM9 i have tried.

Thank You to anyone that can answer.
25th April 2012, 10:53 PM |#10  
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Loving it but!
I like it a lot looking very good, but one question how do i activate live wallpapers? Love the fact that I can download the apps without the country restriction since i beleive those restrictions are dumb and stupid and selfish...KEEP THE GREAT WORK! and help with those live wallpapers! also what is that game on the screen shot i want that!! thanks!
25th April 2012, 11:11 PM |#11  
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this is a rocking ROM. I am all about loving the improvements.
When i initially flashed it though TWERP advised the install failed every time. has any one else had this issue?

i tried to install kernel 3 and got failure on this front as well. is there a way to see what kernel i am running at this time?

again a great build. Keep it up
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