# chown 1002.1002 /data/misc/bluetoothd
Now not only blueooth pairing starts working again but bluetooth music works too
I've pushed my VaniljFroyo modfications into dzo's repo so there is no VaniljFroyo anymore.
The official thread is here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=710105
The latest build can be found here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/androidhtc/files/
1. Get the latest build.
2. Rename it to androidinstall.tgz and place it in the andboot folder.
3. Install system.
4. Boot the system.
To gain an extra 11Mb of RAM on Kaiser or Polaris, get the kernels I've posted here: Get the kernel from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=299
Vogue users can get this with the latest official kernel from dzo (2010-07-06)
Old stuff below
This is basicly dzo's latest Fresh Froyo release with some minor adjustments.
With latest I mean the latest version available as I write this which is this version: http://sourceforge.net/projects/andr...8.tgz/download
- Market now works (Thanks mssmison and Incubus)
- Slight QVGA adjustments to the drawer phone keypad.
- Added google maps framework (needed by apps that uses maps)
- Added Facebook and Twitter from FRF85b just because there was room left
- Removed nonworking MagicSmoke live wallpaper
- Wifi support
- QVGA adjusted bootanimation, backgrounds, DeskClock app and Music app.
- Added bash
- Added a bunch of nice scripts that I made for VaniljEclair.
- Added compcache support.
Get a terminal from Market, then use the following scripts (always do an su first):
enable_compcache.sh - Enable compcache (use the command free before and after to see the difference)
disable_compcache.sh - Guess what it does?
wifi_level.sh low|medium|high|extreme (medium is the default, low does not work for me)
But you propably won't need to change anything but I recommend trying with and without compcache. It propably helps a bit.
Oh, and the odex.sh script is included and can be enabled from userinit.sh, just like with VaniljEclair RLS7 it takes care of upgrades and uninstalls on the next restart of the phone. Not sure really how it affects performance but since odexing the system apps gives a noticable boost it can't hurt.
Don't expect everything to work flawlessly and have fun!
You may want to try another Launcher like the very nice Launcher Pro that is available for free from the Market.
If cyanogen says this about running Launcher2 (which is what we have in Froyo) on HTC Dream/Sapphire(magic)
* Launcher2 (too clunky for these devices)