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[ROM] OpenEclair v1.2.1 - AOSP 2.1-update1 Community ROM [Fast] [Stable] [02/13/2010]

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By ctso, Senior Member on 28th January 2010, 05:22 AM
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OpenEclair is a community ROM based on the AOSP 2.1 source code (with lots of Cyanogen mixed in).

The goal of OpenEclair is to bring to the community a fast and stable Eclair 2.1 ROM, with contributions from numerous ROM developers.

Follow @ChrisSoyars and @wesgarner on Twitter.

Wes and Chris have decided they are working toooo much on Android stuff when we could be making money otherwise. Every $1 keeps us motivated!

Donate to Chris Chris
Donate to Wes Garner



Developer - ctso - Twitter
Developer - wesgarner - Twitter
Developer - benbuchacher - Twitter

Forum Support - zeppelin481 - Twitter
Forum Support - zimphishmonger - Twitter
Forum Support - JAguirre1231 - Twitter

Loyal Test Subject - DrorBecker [URL="

Bandwidth - A [COLOR="Red"]HUGE[/COLOR] thanks to AndroidSPIN for hosting the ROMs!

Note: The OpenEclair Twitter account and are not officially associated with this project. While I appreciate the work and ideas, we are trying to bring the community together, not introduce another means of distributing information and support.



- G1 Users - Requires DangerSPL
- AOSP 2.1 Eclair
- 10MB RAM Hack
- Nexus One Voice Input
- Live Wallpapers
- Compcache via SpareParts (including size!)
- Swap via SpareParts
- Supports G1/MT3G
- Automatic Apps2SD on G1
- 5 Screen Launcher
- Optimized Launcher



First boot will take a very very long time as we do some permissions fixes and other stuff.

OpenEclair - v1.2.1
md5sum: 3985b9fe4b239cae23729c30e05dde7d

OpenEclair - v1.1.5 BETA - Back to calling this BETA for the time being.
md5sum: 7a1b5b03e914657dfabaf2d7c13cbf2f

OpenEclair - v1.0.1 STABLE
md5sum: 544fca706d22c03b9c807c5085476589

Note: Before posting an issue in the thread, please check the issue tracker, as we probably already know about it!


Issue Tracker

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Issue Tracker on Google Code

Please post all issues in the Google Code Issue Tracker. This thread can be a great area for support, but any bugs should be reported at Google Code so they do not get lost.




We are not responsible for bricking your phone!

28th January 2010, 05:22 AM |#2  
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This post is reserved for change logs and known issues. Change logs will be kept for the current major release.


Change Log

OpenEclair - v1.2.1 - 02/13/2010
- Please wipe.
- Nexus One OTA Update (Android 2.1_r2)
- MT in Browser
- Fixed disappearing icon issues.
- Fixed LWPs
- Includes Launcher2, to use select "Launcher" instead of "Home" when prompted.
- LWPs are interactive while using Launcher2, though slightly buggy.

OpenEclair - v1.1.5 BETA - 02/08/2010
- No Wipe
- No you did not miss 1.1.2, 1.1.3, and 1.1.4. They were test builds.
- Kernel: CPU Frequency modifications by Eugene
- Kernel: Overclocked to 580MHz by default.
- Kernel: Bug fixes from Nexus One MSM Kernel
- Compcache: Upgraded to v0.6.2
- Added MT Maps from Nexus One update
- Dalvik Changes (JIT is extremely unstable, switched to donut dalvik for now)
- Firstboot script changes

OpenEclair - v1.1.1 BETA - 02/02/2010
- Reverted JIT (No longer using JIT - causes too much instability)
- Added EXT tools.
- Readded DangerSPL Requirement

OpenEclair - v1.1 BETA - 02/01/2010
- New Apps2SD (disables Apps2SD on MT3G)
- Added Passion Google Apps
- Fixed "insufficient storage" issue.
- Switched to WG-Kernel
- Optimized Launcher (thanks dumbbestcrayon)
- Fixed Music button on Desk Clock
- Removed DangerSPL requirement
- Added Swap settings to SpareParts
- Default compcache size set to 32MB
- Fixed keystore errors.
- Added rwsystem/rosystem
- Fixed "pm: not found" errors.
- Complete recompile from AOSP/Cyanogen
- Removed CM Updater (will be added again in a future release)

OpenEclair - v1.0.1 - 02/02/2010
- Fixed "insufficient storage" problem when installing apps.

OpenEclair - v1.0 - 01/28/2010
- Initial release based on Intension v1.4.0.

28th January 2010, 05:23 AM |#3  
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This post is reserved for providing information on getting involved and downloading the OpenEclair repositories, more info coming soon.


OpenEclair Repositories

You can check out the OpenEclair repositories using repo.

repo init -u git:// -b eclair
repo sync
source ./build/
lunch openeclair_dream_sapphire_us-eng

Want to get involved? Simply ping a developer on Twitter.
28th January 2010, 05:25 AM |#4  
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try it
i will try it out now...will post back later.....
28th January 2010, 05:26 AM |#5  
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Looking forward to it!
28th January 2010, 05:33 AM |#6  
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It's about time. Great idea. See if Shafty and Jubeh want to help out. They've done a lot for Eclair 2.1.
28th January 2010, 05:34 AM |#7  
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Cool just get everybodu involve :)
28th January 2010, 05:34 AM |#8  
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Bit of a noobish question, but what is the difference between this rom and Intension 1.4.0?
28th January 2010, 05:38 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by shiben589

Bit of a noobish question, but what is the difference between this rom and Intension 1.4.0?

Right now nothing, installing the update from Intension via CM Updater just changes the name. Expect some new features soon on top of what is already available from Intension.
28th January 2010, 05:44 AM |#10  
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Cool, thanks!
28th January 2010, 05:47 AM |#11  
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So I'm guessing King is excluded?
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