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[ROM] WildChild Sense [July 17]

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By Tigger31337, Senior Member on 16th July 2012, 08:28 PM
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As requested by you, my grateful users, I humbly present to you...

The WildChild Sense ROM





This is basically your stock HTC Sense 2.1 ROM, with a few extra twists:
  • WildChild themed (hope ya like blue!)
  • Einstein Frat's latest "Cake" (v1.4) over-clocked kernel
  • De-Odex'ed ROM (with an Odex version coming very, very soon!)
  • Extra alarm & notification sounds
  • a2sd support (with Link2SD bundled... go nuts.)
  • Wake screen with volume rocker
  • CRT animation on/off
  • Removed the Google Market updater (will provide it as an Add-On, if users wish it)
  • Some extra crap I'm almost certainly forgetting


  • Adobe Flash player
  • Barcode Scanner
  • Link2SD
  • Terminal Emulator
  • AnEq Equalizer
  • FileExpert
  • GPSStatus
  • NoFrills CPU
  • Notepad
  • Partitions Info Lite
  • ScreenFilter (for making your screen ultra-dark)
  • Startup Auditor
  • Superuser
  • WiFi Manager
  • Wifi Tracker
(ALL apps are at current version, as of today)





As with the original WildChild ROM, I will add flashable .zip "Add-On" packages as users request them. There are currently Add-Ons unique to WildChild Sense (see Post #2, below) or you have the option to experiment with the numerous Add-Ons from my previous WildChild ROM (found here). I suspect most of the original WildChild Add-Ons will work with this Sense ROM, just stay away from anything marked "Nemus" or "Rosie" unless you know what the hell you're doing.




There are two versions of this ROM: Odex'ed and De-Odex'ed. Search on these XDA forums to learn the difference. The Odex'ed version here gives you about 108 MB of internal /data space free for your applications install.

WildChild Sense De-Odex [v1.0]
MD5 = a784c5e8be9c019a2b09c81b3bda0363


WildChild Sense Odex [v1.0]
MD5 = 43649c3bf780dd216d2cb782e86cf4ed



As far as Sense 2.1 ROMs go, this one's pretty slick. Not only is it VERY stable (I tested it for two weeks prior to release with nary a single force-close, hang, or reboot) but, as usual, it's pretty phucking good looking. If you enjoy the Sense UI as much as I do, then I hope you have fun with this ROM. Feedback, as usual, is very much welcomed.

Installation instructions are similar to the previous WildChild ROM. Get 'em here.

Enjoy,


...oh, and since no one will download a ROM without 'em, here are your beloved:

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16th July 2012, 08:32 PM |#2  
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[+] WildChild "Recovery" flash (for when you f*ck up your ROM big time!)
(Recovery Download for DeOdex ROM)
(Recovery download for Odex ROM)
This "Recovery" will replace essential services and framework in the WildChild Sense ROM. It is intended for you hacker folks who took tweaking a step too far and are now caught in a boot loop (or other disastrous consequences). By flashing this recovery, there is a VERY good chance that you will be able to reboot properly into your ROM (so that you may backup your apps, data, etc.) and then re-flash the ROM if necessary.
N.B. By flashing this recovery you may lose some customizations you've made to the ROM (but at least you'll get a chance to get your data back!), so use with caution.

[+] Change the colour of your boot animation
(See preview pics at http://imageshack.us/g/534/snowwhiteh.png/)

Coming soon...

[+] 5x4 app drawer
[+] remove my Ring of Fire lock screen and replace with stock
[+] other cosmetic tweaks and add-on's stolen from the original WildChild
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16th July 2012, 08:54 PM |#3  
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Oh maaan I like this but I like my ultra lite Wildchild too
Ok I will give it a try :beer:


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16th July 2012, 08:58 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by anhelogr

Oh maaan I like this but I like my ultra lite Wildchild too
Ok I will give it a try :beer:


I know. You can hate me later (when I release the "refresh" for WildChild!)

One of the most frustrating things I remember is setting up my ROM just the way I like it... and then a DEV comes along and releases a ROM I was interested and I was like, "noooooooooo!!! you bastard!".

I think I've spent more time flashing, configuring, and tweaking, than I actually have using my damned phone.

Thanks for all your positive input so far, anhelogr!

Cheers,
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17th July 2012, 02:52 AM |#5  
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Is this for marvelc?

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17th July 2012, 06:47 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by edwinrodriguez810

Is this for marvelc?

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Seeing as it's using EF's Dust kernel I would assume not. It is based on GB2.3.5 and marvelc only supports 2.3.4 unless you add support for it when you compile the kernel (and from what I remember he didn't add that to any of his kernels).
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17th July 2012, 07:44 AM |#7  
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Aight thanks, ill stick to cm9 then

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17th July 2012, 09:48 AM |#8  
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Thanks for making sense ROM Tigger. Waiting for odex version. You made wildfire s rocking.

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17th July 2012, 10:33 AM |#9  
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That's great. thanks for share.
17th July 2012, 03:40 PM |#10  
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Thanks for making sense ROM Tigger. Waiting for odex version. You made wildfire s rocking.

Odex version complete and I'll be posting today.
It provides 107MB free on /data.
17th July 2012, 03:54 PM |#11  
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Come on, come on. Please upload odex. Meanwhile may I know the importance of 31337.

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