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[May 27, 2013][ROM][AOKP][4.2.2][720p] TouchWizMOD v3.0 [DataOnExt][NativeSD]

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By MiroBiala, Senior Member on 30th January 2013, 11:51 PM
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TouchWizMOD is HD2 ROM with Touch Wiz UI, based on -pixelfreak- & Kameirus's Pixeldroid ROM. The ROM includes Touch Wiz graphics, addons, apps and widgets.
  • Include Touch Wiz UI, apps and widgets
  • Include Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
  • Include AOKP features
  • Include the required proprietary binary files and the HD2-specific files.
  • Credits: MiroBiala, -pixelfreak-, Kameirus, tytung, Securecrt, Rick_1995, Xylograph, Zejsters, wis1152, sandymac, rapmv78, texasice, marco.palumbi, marc1706, ph03n!x, datagr, the CM, the AOKP and the Evervolv teams, etc.

Thanks to:
  • SPECIAL THANKS to -pixelfreak- and Kameirus for their great Pixeldroid ROM, and for permission to use it as a base of TouchWizMOD ROM.
  • Also SPECIAL THANKS to my friend kuzibri, who encourage me to continue working on this ROM!
  • Please don't forget to THANK them for all their work and support!
Q&T Thread:
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Instalations:
  • AROMA Installer for three types of installations:
    • NAND
      • system@NAND, data@NAND, boot@NAND
      • For T-Mobile USA HD2 (LEO 1024)
    • NAND with DataOnEXT
      • system@NAND, data@EXT4, boot@NAND
      • For EU/International HD2 (LEO 512)
      • Please create a FAT32 primary partition with 32KB cluster size, then an EXT4 primary partition with default cluster size on your SD card.
    • NativeSD (SD-EXT)
      • system@EXT4, data@EXT4, boot@FAT32
      • For high speed read/write SD Card only (Class 6 or 10). Otherwise you may get poor performance.
      • Please create a FAT32 primary partition with 32KB cluster size, then an EXT4 primary partition with default cluster size on your SD card.
  • The minimum required system partition size for full install to NAND is 357 MB.
  • The minimum required system partition size with custom install and all options unchecked is 321 MB.
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system ya 357M
cache ya 5M
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Changelog:
  • v3.0 (May 27, 2013)
    • Changed base ROM to -pixelfreak- & Kameirus's Pixeldroid ROM (thanks -pixelfreak- & Kameirus).
    • AOKP features (thanks -pixelfreak- & Kameirus).
    • Transparent status bar (thanks -pixelfreak- & Kameirus).
    • Transparent Accuweather widget (thanks wis1152).
    • Added default S4 wallpapers (in sdcard/Pictures).
    • Many small fixes and patches!
    • Clean install is required.
  • v2.1 (Apr. 23, 2013)
    • Updated with tytung's NexusHD2 v2.1 updates (thanks tytung).
    • Added Samsung Galaxy S4 Launcher and AccuWeather widget (thanks wis1152).
    • Included Flipboard and Yahoo News widget (thanks sandymac).
    • Many small fixes and patches!
    • Clean install is required.
  • v2.0 (Apr. 19, 2013)
    • Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2.
    • CM 10.1.
    • Tytung´s JB R2 Kernel.
    • TouchWiz improvements!
    • Many fixes and patches!
    • Clean install is required.
  • v1.2 (Feb. 26, 2013)
    • Fixed Weather Clock Widget.
    • Launcher Home and Drawer modifications.
    • Added Paper Artist app.
    • Other small changes and fixes.
    • Tasks app and Favorite Contacts widgets still not working properly.
    • For screen not turn off issue, please set : Settings -> Developer Options -> Drawing -> all animations scale to .5x rather than 1 (by default). Thanks Dr.Jamil.
    • Clean install is required.
  • v1.1 (Feb. 12, 2013)
    • Latest CM10.
    • Included all previous patches.
    • Fixed Native WiFi Tethering.
    • Removed invalid Goo Manager menu in Settings.
    • Fixed default Touchwiz widgets, disabled by default not working Clock Weather widget to prevent launcher FC.
    • Many other small changes and fixes ...
    • Clean install is required.
  • v1.0 (Jan. 30, 2013)
    • Initial Release.
    • Clock Weather widget not working.
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Updated 27.05.2013.
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Patches and Addons:
Patches and Addons:
Enjoy!

NB :
  • FOR SOFT KEYS IN v3.0 USE ROM CONTROL IN SETTINGS!
  • ENABLE / DISABLE SOFT KEYS PATCH FROM v1.1 FITS ALL VERSIONS!
PS :
  • FLASH VIA RECOVERY OVER ALREADY INSTALLED ROM WITH CORRESPONDING VERSION!
  • YOU DON'T NEED TO WIPE ANYTHING BEFORE FLASHING PATCHES AND ADDONS!
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Originally Posted by FCORivers

It was time already for you to release, thanks, first here!!!

Sent from the Helm of the SS ENTERPRISE

Thanks m8, I hope you like it
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Hi,
First of all we thank you for creating this ROM.

However your statement on the first post I'd say a little bit incorrect and might confuse some members.

"NativeSD (SD-EXT)
" For high speed read/write SD Card only (Class 6 or 10). Otherwise you may get poor performance.:"

All I can say is a good Class 4 can outperform Class 6 or Class 10 anytime. I have an Adata 16GB Class 10 and I’d say too slow as compared to my Sandisk 16GB Class 4. Class 10 is good for sequential access files like for saving videos in cameras but for phone like our HD2 where lots of small read/write random access files, Class 4 will do the task efficiently and sometimes better than Class10.

There is a good article created by ny_limited worth reading

”[GUIDE] [INFO] All about SD CARDS - which one, why and how “ http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=33091722
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Originally Posted by gasanpride

Hi,
First of all we thank you for creating this ROM.

However your statement on the first post I'd say a little bit incorrect and might confuse some members.

"NativeSD (SD-EXT)
" For high speed read/write SD Card only (Class 6 or 10). Otherwise you may get poor performance.:"

All I can say is a good Class 4 can outperform Class 6 or Class 10 anytime. I have an Adata 16GB Class 10 and I’d say too slow as compared to my Sandisk 16GB Class 4. Class 10 is good for sequential access files like for saving videos in cameras but for phone like our HD2 where lots of small read/write random access files, Class 4 will do the task efficiently and sometimes better than Class10.

There is a good article created by ny_limited worth reading

”[GUIDE] [INFO] All about SD CARDS - which one, why and how “ http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=33091722

You might as well have to correct tytung in his ICS & JB ROMs threads. What's written on this thread is nothing but mere copying.
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omg not the infamous sd card speed controversy again.........
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omg not the infamous sd card speed controversy again.........

Sorry for being out of topic...

You may now continue the ROM discussion...
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Ii cant download from that link..

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can u give another link please?

Edit: problem fix.downloading now
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Does it supports softkeys ?

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Sorry for my delay,

Quote:
Originally Posted by gasanpride

Hi,
First of all we thank you for creating this ROM.

However your statement on the first post I'd say a little bit incorrect and might confuse some members.

"NativeSD (SD-EXT)
" For high speed read/write SD Card only (Class 6 or 10). Otherwise you may get poor performance.:"

All I can say is a good Class 4 can outperform Class 6 or Class 10 anytime. I have an Adata 16GB Class 10 and I’d say too slow as compared to my Sandisk 16GB Class 4. Class 10 is good for sequential access files like for saving videos in cameras but for phone like our HD2 where lots of small read/write random access files, Class 4 will do the task efficiently and sometimes better than Class10.

There is a good article created by ny_limited worth reading

”[GUIDE] [INFO] All about SD CARDS - which one, why and how “ http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=33091722


10x good to know. If it's more correct that way I will fix that. That ROM is NexusHD2 based and i took that info from it's thread, thinking that is correct and full enough.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Marvlesz

You might as well have to correct tytung in his ICS & JB ROMs threads. What's written on this thread is nothing but mere copying.

Like I sad, I copied that info from NexusHD2 thread because i liked it's structure and look. I dont think this is wrong thing, just want to share my work with you guys.

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Does it supports softkeys ?

Thanks

Yes the ROM support softkeys, you can enable them by aroma installer during install process. I just dont like them and thats why they aren't included in the screenshots.


PS: Thanks all of you guys for the interest of my work. Appreciate that.
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