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[ROM] MCR - MoDaCo.one for the HTC One S (Sense + Vanilla) new: WiFi Calling support

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Images primarily show Vanilla style - of course Sense style is available too!

I'm pleased to present my MoDaCo.one ROM for the HTC One S! READ THIS WHOLE POST BEFORE YOU START! No, really, it contains everything you need to know.

About MoDaCo Custom ROMs (MCRs)

MoDaCo Custom ROMs are based on official ROMs - either shipping or leaked. A MCR release is designed to feel as far as possible like a stock ROM, with optimisations, tweaks and complimentary additions that enhance the user experience. The aim of a MCR is to be ultra reliable for use on an everyday device. MoDaCo Custom ROMs include online kitchens that allow the user to choose between stock ICS or Sense style for most features on the device!

About MoDaCo.one

The MoDaCo.one ROM is available for the HTC One X (Tegra 3), HTC One X (S4), HTC One S and HTC One V.

Requirements

In order to use this ROM you must have ClockworkMod Recovery installed - this can be installed using ROM Manager from the Android Market.

The ROM is installed at your own risk. The ROM should be installed using ClockworkMod. A wipe is NOT required to use this ROM if you are coming from either stock, or a previous MCR release.

Features Include... (many optional via the Online Kitchen) - check kitchen defaults for what is in the prebake:
  • Rebuilt, compressed and optimised with the MCR build system
  • Based on the 1.84.531.2 release from T-Mobile, to allow WiFi calling. Note that all T-Mo added software is removed / abstracted.
  • All Google applications updated
  • All third party applications updated
  • Vanilla option using stock ICS components instead of HTC Sense components while retaining stability and core HTC functionality
  • Superuser application and su binary from ChainfireXDA (SuperSU) for SAFE root functionality
  • Insecure boot image (boot image must be flashed via fastboot for S-ON devices)
  • Busybox included
  • Not odexed
  • Insecure boot image
  • Alternative appstores
  • Our own 'OdexMe' on-demand odex application
  • init.d support on boot
  • Modified startup sequence to offer all available languages
  • UK English localisation for flashlight / torch
  • Menu mod - includes some changes created by XDA member 'blubbers'
  • Nosync SQLite binary (user request)
  • Much much much more!
Changelog

Please see the post below this one for the changelog.

Installation

To install this ROM:
  • Download the zip file of your choice from the links below (or the online kitchen) and copy to your the internal sd card (/sdcard/)
  • Restart your device in recovery mode
  • PERFORM A NANDROID BACKUP FROM THE MENU
  • Select the option to apply an update zip, and select the zip file you copied to the internal sd card!
If you have problems with Market licencing, check your device date!

First boot may take a while - be patient while it carries out it's pre-dexopt. It's worth it!

Downloads

Please do not mirror these packs elsewhere, I am counting downloads to determine which prebakes are most popular and should be offered in the future.

Prebake downloads
  • Ir3 Sense - DOWNLOAD - MD5: 666106566dd708db3ff3128c6dcc3c2f
  • Ir3 Sense + WiFi Calling - DOWNLOAD - MD5: 2f0a749f24dee14aa4a0ee57f520e613
  • Ir3 Vanilla - DOWNLOAD - MD5: 12632e14db3b88063c82fac0df8d7b91
Support

If you have a general question, please post in the topic and i'll do my best to help out!

Thanks

It's impossible to mention everyone who contributes to the Android community by name, but to everyone out there who does great work and shares it with us all - you have my gratitude and respect.

Future Updates - READ THIS!

By providing this ROM I am not implying in any way that future updates will follow. Due to limits on my time and the fact that I have a large number of devices for short periods of time, it isn't possible for me to continue providing ROM updates indefinitely. Please do not donate / sign up on the assumption that future releases will be available (I don't want you to be disappointed!).

And finally...

Details on how to donate should you wish to do so are in the download topic at MoDaCo.

Enjoy!

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Changelog

2nd July
  • Updated various installed apps / libraries in line with latest Market releases
29th June (changes to kitchen in preperation for updated prebake)
  • Updated Google apps to latest releases after I/O
  • Added Google Currents (latest version, new icon)
  • Added Google Ears music recognition widget
  • Added Play Store Magazines (region dependent).
19th June Ir3
  • Updated to release from T-Mobile
  • Fully kitchened to abstract WiFi Calling and T-Mo software
  • Added Sense + WiFi Calling prebake
  • Updated Vanilla prebake to use HTC Gallery for Best Shot etc.
16th June
  • Friendstream Fix
15th June Ir1
  • Initial Release
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Taking requests for next / future releases.

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Hey paul,

Can you explain what "Vanilla option using stock ICS components instead of HTC Sense components while retaining stability and core HTC functionality" means? Were all HTC apps removed? What core HTC functionality is required if the HTC apps have been removed/replaced by stock ICS?

Also, I see this is the 1.78 base which mean no TMOUS WiFi calling. Any plans to release a 1.84 TMOUS build?
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it is multi-lingual?
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Hey paul,

Can you explain what "Vanilla option using stock ICS components instead of HTC Sense components while retaining stability and core HTC functionality" means? Were all HTC apps removed? What core HTC functionality is required if the HTC apps have been removed/replaced by stock ICS?

Also, I see this is the 1.78 base which mean no TMOUS WiFi calling. Any plans to release a 1.84 TMOUS build?

The HTC call screen remains and the lockscreen (as that interfaces with the call screen), the notification bar etc. is still stock, all the HTC main apps are gone and replaced with ICS versions.

Yes, no TMOUS WiFi calling I guess. I'll look at doing a 1.84 based build, as long as that works OK on international devices!

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it is multi-lingual?

Yes.

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Hey paul,

Can you explain what "Vanilla option using stock ICS components instead of HTC Sense components while retaining stability and core HTC functionality" means? Were all HTC apps removed? What core HTC functionality is required if the HTC apps have been removed/replaced by stock ICS?

Also, I see this is the 1.78 base which mean no TMOUS WiFi calling. Any plans to release a 1.84 TMOUS build?

At a guess, I'd say he means you can have the AOSP look, while retaining things like full HTC camera functionality (inc. video)

Edit - Paul beat me to it - I should refresh my page more often
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The HTC call screen remains and the lockscreen (as that interfaces with the call screen), the notification bar etc. is still stock, all the HTC main apps are gone and replaced with ICS versions.

Does this mean that if we dont have the HTC lockscreen and bake a ROM with the ICS lockscreen, we have to unlock before answering a call? Does using the stock dialler solve this?

Also, has the annoying multi-task issue with the stock ROM been solved here?

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Does this mean that if we dont have the HTC lockscreen and bake a ROM with the ICS lockscreen, we have to unlock before answering a call? Does using the stock dialler solve this?

Also, has the annoying multi-task issue with the stock ROM been solved here?

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I think if you go for the ICS lockscreen, you would have the issue of unlocking first.

About multi-tasking, give this script a try, seeing as this ROM has init.d support.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1669074

(Paul, could you include this going forward?)
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Does the Vanilla version still have Internet Pass-through?
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Originally Posted by The Jones

Does this mean that if we dont have the HTC lockscreen and bake a ROM with the ICS lockscreen, we have to unlock before answering a call? Does using the stock dialler solve this?

Also, has the annoying multi-task issue with the stock ROM been solved here?

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Yes, AOSP lock screen requires you to unlock before answering a call. I haven't seen any stock roms that have been able to get the AOSP lock screen working with the stock dialler. They all rely on Sense.
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