[ROM][GPL][3/15/2011] xtrSENSE5.0.1 [cache2cache,apps2sd,oc,jit]-HTC Sense

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By zach.xtr, Senior Member on 15th July 2010, 09:15 PM
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xtrSENSE has been built as an everyday HTC Sense ROM that is configured for performance and reliability. Version 5.x uses the March 2011 HTC/Verizon code base which is Android 2.1 made specifically for our Eris. This ROM has features such as a simple yet elegant theme to full support of cache2cache, apps2sd, built in overclocking, and built in memory management. For those that frequent the forum I keep a copy of this build in addition to xtrROM (Vanilla feel using the HTC framework) on my phone (plus a few others from other devs ) because sometimes I just feel like the splendor of the HTC launch screen and integrated widgets. If you would like a "pure" Vanilla 2.1 AOSP experience then be sure to try VanillaASOP.

xtrSENSE Features:
  • Built from the March 2011 Verizon 2.41.605.6 Eris code base - Android 2.1
  • Stock HTC Sense with reliable performance improvements and root access superuser permissions
  • Overclock support – see overclock section on how to set internally!
  • Full Cache2cache support (see details below) - better use of the /data/ and /cache/ file blocks which opens up unused internal storage allowing you to install double the market apps over a stock Eris without using Apps2sd!!
  • Apps2sd support - see instructions below
  • Many reliable "hacked" tweaks such as: power management like Collin_ph battery tweak, some Flash support, new Android Market, wired tether, etc...
  • Smart design for a tailored user experience by including the opensource GScript app which allows you to easily turn on/off core ROM settings (CPU overclock speed, Apps2sd, Cache2sd, JIT, etc...) with one-click
  • Customized simple theme including wallpapers, extra keyboard, and other small touches.
  • Designed to be a stable everyday ROM
  • Access to custom themes via Metamorph
  • Check out the change log below to see details

Credits and General Public License (GPL):
HTC kernel source:
Zanfur OC kernel support – source:
GScripts source:
Wired tether source:
Wireless tether source:

bertoch for hosting and helping me understand Linux
dsixda for his time saving kitchen – source:
bftb0 for the HTC/Verizon March 2011 2.41.605.6 code base - source:
lotus22 for the 50% time without signal bug fix - source:
gr0gmint on how to make jit (mostly) work with HTC ROMs – source:
ChainsDD for Superuser – source:
jonasl for the HTC_IME mod keyboard – source:
vash8806 for Flash 10 – source:
synaptyc for custom boot animation - source:
rogro82 for starting GScript - source:
nfinitefx45 from the Hero CDMA forum on his companion work with cache2cache
thenestor on help with the DroidXIME keyboard
firestrife23 for helping me understand permission issues with the init.d process
Damageless and TrevE for a model on how to do apps2sd (originally based on tkirton's Darktremor A2SD work) and other boot settings
Collin_ph for the battery tweak code – source:
xda member beta testers (you ROCK)
other xda members for tips and tricks

Download xtrSENSE 5.0:
MD5 checksum: 67abd6c555b726017586ad154e456041

Thanks to Canop you can flash other Kernel options from the links below:

Sensibility by jonathanphx1 -


Default ROM Configuration:
You do not need to run any scripts unless you would like to change the following default configuration:
  • dalvik.vm.heapsize: 24m
  • min free memory values: "balanced" (1536,2048,4096,10240,12800,38400)
  • CPU Overclocked: Min-245760 Max-710400
  • CPU Governor: Ondemand
  • Just In Time Compiler (JIT): Off
  • Cache Location: Cache2cache On
  • Apps2sd: Off
  • Userservice and battery tweak: Off

I have compiled and incorporated the opensource GScript app to load and one-click run user settings.

To setup your GScripts complete the following steps:
1. After opening GScript press the menu button and select "Add script"
2. A new window will open.
3. Press the Load file button
4. Select a script from the list (each is obviously named as to its function)
5. Ensure Needs SU? is checked
6. Now select "Save" and you have added your script
7. To run just select it from the list in the main GScript screen
8. You may be prompted to reboot the phone for the change to take effect.

This new release has a lot of new scripts but remember your phone has been setup great by default with this ROM and if you do not understand the function or purpose of a GScript then best to not save and run it . One can always search this forum and ask others about all the the fun things you can now do with your phone! I will look to add a list of each GScript and its function as time allows...

Wired Tether
For wired tether to work you must make sure that your computer has the appropriate RNDIS drivers. Learn how to do this at the android-wired-tether Wiki.

Per roirraW "edor" ehT:
The wiki incorrectly states, or implies, that Windows 7 includes the RNDIS support. Or at least, they imply that Windows 7 includes the RNDIS driver necessary. I can confirm that neither Windows 7 x86 or x64 works with tethering out of the box. The instructions for XP users are correct and also work for Windows 7. Just download HTCSync for your device (Eris) and install it, and it'll install the correct driver.

Flash Support
A hacked version of Flash 10.1.123 is baked into this ROM however it has proven to be hit and miss and preforms more like a flash "lite"... Full flash sites such as Halo do not work however many others do; they may just take a while as the Eris is not a powerful phone

Performance Improvements:

Free Internal Memory and Dalvik-cache heapsize - I have update default user settings to allow a larger dalvik heapsize of 24mb (think more space for apps to play) AND optimized how memory is freed up using Androids internal task killer.
Default min memory free:”balanced” (1536, 2048, 4096, 10240, 12800, 38400)
Default dalvik vm heapsize: 24m (48m with JIT on)

To change dalvik vm heapsize or min memory free settings you can just run the appropriate GScript.

If you would like to further modify the default min memory free settings then download Autokiller or MinFreeManager, these apps will allow you to set and monitor the min memory free values. For more information on Androids “internal task killer” and min memory free values go here.

Default Overclock Settings - the ROMs kernel supports overclocking and as part of the custom sysinit process I have added scripts that automatically set the below CPU clock settings when the phone boots:
Min: 19200
Max: 710400

I have included a few GScripts to change cpu max and min settings without using a market app . You can also run the report_cpu_freq script from GScript to get a printout of which frequencies and time in each you phone has been operating.

To change CPU overclock settings just run the appropriate GScript.

If you would like to further modify OC settings then download CPUBoost, SetCPU or Overclock Widget, these apps will allow you to set and monitor the CPU speed. Remember YOU CAN DAMAGE YOUR CPU IF RUN TO HOT FOR TO LONG with higher settings.

JIT - JIT (Just In Time compiler) is a built in option for the ROM but is off by default. For a detailed overview of JIT go here. PLEASE NOTE for Android 2.1 JIT is not stable with all applications and can cause odd things on your phone.

To enable/disable JIT just run the appropriate GScript and reboot your phone.

User Services Power Management (Collin_ph Battery Tweak) - I have built in a user services that runs at a polled interval and can set the performance settings of your phone in realtime. The first script that is available is a 2.1 HTC framework version of the Collin_ph Batter Tweak. For a detailed overview of you can view the original thread at here.

The power management battery tweak is disabled by default but there is a gscript to enable plus you can run "battconf" from terminal on the phone or adb shell to configure... The battery tweak runs a script every 60 (or less if you are on power) to poll the capacity of the battery, and as the battery goes down the cpu max freq is progressively lowered. It also changes the CPU write characteristics. You can see all the details in the /system/bin/batter_tweak file.

I take no real credit on this and just ported the concept to the HTC framework and HTC kernel (with the zanfur OC patch). This took a lot of work and I fixed a few bugs but the concept is not mine and all Collin_ph.

When you first run terminal remember to type "su" (or equivilent for your app) to run as root and select "1" then enter when first prompted after starting "battconf".

So how do I know it is working? just run the GScript and you will see when it logs a change to the system settings. Also you can run the GScript and for a display of current settings. This process will be faster if you plug into a power source and wait about 60 seconds

To enable/disable the battery tweak just run the appropriate GScript ( or

Cache Location (Cache2cache):
By default, the dalvik-cache has been relocated from the internal /data/dalvik-cache/ directory to the internal /cache/dalvik-cache directory. The Eris comes with an internal /cache/ file block of 130mb that is not used! After reviewing a number of xda member file system usage reports (thanks xtrROM and xtrSENSE users!) the MOST reported use of this space was 5%... So by moving the dalvik-cache to this free area you now have over 150mb on internal /data/ for apps and over 75mb in internal /cache/ for dalvik-cache. This means that you can probably install close to 75 apps WITHOUT having to partition and move anything to the SD Card ext!

You can also move the dalvik-cache to your sd card ext or back to the stock internal /data/ file block.

So why does my Settings>SD card & phone storage>Internal phone storage only show 150mb or less? This is because this number ONLY reflects the /data/ file block on your phone and does not "see" the /cache/ block that is now being used for dalvik-cache storage. You can run the GScript report_system_settings script to see amount available in /cache/.

Apps2sd and Cache2sd:
I have revamped my implementation of apps2sd to use simpler and better organized scripts. For apps2sd to work you must first complete the listed prerequisites and it is a good idea to read through the "things you may want to know about apps2sd" section. Although it can provide gobs of space for apps, Apps2sd is not for everyone as it ties the stability of your phone to your SD card... If you do not need the space I would recommend that you keep the default of DISABLED; if you want to try you can always disable it again however there is always the chance of issues.

To enable/disable apps2sd and cache2sd just run the appropriate GScript and reboot your phone.

If you have not setup your SD card (for those new to Apps2sd) as per tkirton:
  1. BACKUP YOUR SD CARD TO YOUR COMPUTER. Can't stress this enough, as partitioning will wipe the entire card.
  2. Reboot into recovery
  3. In Android System Recovery, select Partition sdcard
  4. In the Partition sdcard menu, select Partition SD
  5. Follow the instructions on the phone to partition your SD card. Most folks seem to recommend using the default values however you can go larger or smaller use values 256, 512,768,1024. You will also be asked to set a swap size; I stayed at 32mb (anticipate future ROM options to allow moving swap to sd)
  6. Once the partition is initially created you must then convert to ext3 - In the Partition sdcard menu, select SD:ext2 to ext3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  7. Press the back button on the phone to go back to the main menu.
  8. Your SD card is now ready to work with an Apps2sd supported ROM.

Things you may want to know about apps2sd
  • Bootloop protection is built in if your SD card is corrupted or is removed from the phone with Apps2sd enabled. Your apps will go away but your phone will boot .
  • There are 3 subsets of data associated to an app when it is installed and run on your phone.
    1) /data/app/ (and /data/app-private) - actual .apk files we think of as the applications that are not system apps (i.e. installed on /system/app)
    2) /data/data/ - the files produced by ALL apps (system apps and market apps) during installation that are used by the Android system to run the app
    3)/data/dalvik-cache/ - app cache file and work space for ALL apps (system apps and market apps).
  • From root explorer (or similar) you can browse to the /data/app OR the /system/sd/app folders and you will see the same thing, both will tell you how much space you have used and have left. The way apps2sd works is by "linking" the /system/sd/app to the /data/app folder so that the Android system thinks it is accessing the /data/app it is really at /system/sd/app.
  • I have seen using Apps2sd cause issues with flash updates as they try to write directly to the /data/app folder which no longer "physically" exists
  • If you get into a bootloop issue using apps2sd boot into amon_ra recovery and try one of the follow:
    1) from the Other menu option select the Fix apk uid mismatches
    2) from the Wipe menu option complete a)Wipe data/factory reset b)Wipe Dalvik-cache c)Wipe SD:ext partition

Apps2sd and Cache2sd Basics
  • When you run the apps2sd or cache2sd script, upon reboot, it will move ALL your existing apps or cache to the sd card ext partition and ALL future apps and cache will be installed and stored on the sd card ext partition.
  • Running the apps2internal or cache2internal script, upon reboot, it will move ALL your existing apps or cache to the /data block of internal storage and ALL futures apps and cache will be stored in internal storage.
  • With HTC based ROMs it is all or nothing and you cannot move individual apps like in the CyanogenMod ROMs.
  • So how do I know Apps2sd is on? - You can run the GScript report_system_stats which will give you a printout of what fileblocks are used as well as a “true/false” value for Apps2sd On. You can also go to menu>Settings>Sd card and phone storage - when on space available under Available storage will go down at a VERY slow rate when new apps are installed.

  2. download the base xtrSENSE .zip file
  3. complete NANDROID backup
  4. copy the .zip file to the root of your sd card
  5. For best results wipe data/factory reset, wipe Dalvik-cache, and wipe SD:ext partition (folks coming from previous versions may try no wipe updates but a full wipe is always "cleanest")
  6. flash the xtrSENSE file from sd card
  7. reboot - first boot will take a while (i.e. over 10 mins)
  8. complete short setup and let your accounts sync
  9. you can save and run one-click GScripts to personalize core ROM settings at any time

  • Random FC - Lower your overclock settings or turn off JIT. Our little Eris's can only do so much and not all hardware is equal... Also remember this ROM is quite fast in stock form and higher Linpack scores DO NOT make for a better user experience
  • Slow facebook sync? per erishasnobattery: log into your facebook account on your computer - Click Account>Application Settings>under Authorized - remove listing for HTC Sense.
  • Google contact sync issus? check out the following fix I think this is not uncommon coming from 2.2 Froyo ROMs as they seem to sync with Google a little differently and I do not think the folks at HTC or Google built their systems with the thought that users would be jumping back and forth between versions as much as we all do...
  • To turn on the DroidX or HTC_IME mod keyboard long press in any input feild - select Input Methoud option - and select the desired keyboard
  • To turn on vibration with keypress for the DroidX Multi-touch keyboard long hold the ?123 button in the bottom left and select Android keyboard settings>Vibrate on keypress
  • If you are syncing facebook then you may want to remember to check the "View contacts" for facebook from the People app Menu>View setting
  • Turn off notifications for Superuser from the Settings tab of the app
  • If you have not already done so, check out the notes and tasks widgets now available from Add HTC widget>Get more HTC widgets. Personally I find these most useful.

Known Issues:
  • Flash does not always "enable" as reported by users, once "enabled" works okay and you are good to go, once we have a known method to make sure it is triggered on I will post here...
  • verizon nfl does not work on JIT
  • xda dev app may have intermittent issues logging in for first time with JIT
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Change Log and Such

Download xtrSENSE5.0:
MD5 checksum: 67abd6c555b726017586ad154e456041

Can be a no wipe update from older xtrSENSE versions...
  • added back old phone ringtone I accidentally removed
  • fixed the screen "flicker" issue when weather animation starts - seems to have been caused by the OpenGLS 1.1 hack which I removed...

Download xtrSENSE5.0:
MD5 checksum: 990579fad26c4078ca612f77066438b7
  • new 2.41.605.6 march 2011 code base - thanks goes to bftb0
  • 50% time without signal bug fix - thanks goes to lotus22
  • Added a backup script to the ROM install that will backup your user settings values and restore them during install if you are coming from a previous version of xtrSENSE; Basically this saves the vaues you have set using Gscripts so that you do not have to reset them after you flash...
  • added the new OpenGLES 1.1 library
  • new boot animation
  • cleaned up debug icon
  • current maps and street view
  • current market
  • removed Quickbood - just get it from the market
  • Maybe a few other items I forgot

Download xtrSENSE4.6.5:
MD5 checksum: bfab4d92f60cae8fa5abb6aab2181e42

Minor updates and fixers:
  • fixed user battery tweak scrip to set on boot
  • combined userservice enable/disable GScripts to one for simpler operation
  • stock keyboard by default and both the jonasl HTC_IME mod and the droidX keyboards as options (seems to be the popular user's choice)
  • removed amazon mp3 since it can be installed from the market
  • updated web browser icon
  • Added GScripts to add the News and Weather widget, CyanogenMod music, and live wallpapers (ONLY WORKS IF YOU ARE NOT USING THE HTC SENSE LAUNCHER)

Download xtrSENSE4.6:
MD5 checksum: 753078b91b4a24f311c084bd2c7b8a52
  • Fixed Issues with Wired Tether on 4.2 and 4.5 that some where having
  • Changed the /system/sd as the mount point for SD Card ext so NAND backup/restors work without issues or tweaking
  • offer with zanfur kernel with links to the BFS and CFS options
  • built in performance/battery management similar to collin_ph
  • added additional notifications and ringtones (the space in /system/ is not used so why not?)
  • tried to use new wired tether 1.4 but received FC and have not had time to understand why so probably not this release
  • added zanfurs facebook contact photo hack as a GScript
  • added sqlite3 to /system/xbin/
  • New bootanimation GScript so you can show off synaptyc's work
  • New GScript to remove peep (HTC Twitter)
  • found some cool ways to notify the user when scripts are run and incorporated into the battery tweak (you can turn off with the
  • updated to new 4.5.1 Google maps

4.2.1 & 4.5.1-CFS-beta[9/13/2010]

Download xtrSENSE4.2.1:
MD5 checksum: e7b09f99137dcad546d077c2efd29c3a
Download xtrSENSE4.5.1-CFS-beta: pulled
Bug fix on sysint framework to allow set_cpu... GScripts to work


Download xtrSENSE4.5-CFS-beta: see version 4.5.1
  • CFS kernel
  • removed low CPU GScript of 19200 as it does not work will with under volted kernel
  • updated the init.desirec.rc file to default the kernel CPU govenor to Ondemand (hopefully will improve lag issues)
  • updated sysinit framework and added GScript to toggle Ondemand and Interactive CPU govenor

4.2 [9/12/2010]

Download xtrSENSE4.2: see version 4.2.1
  • Uses the zanfur kernel
  • Fixed logging in a few GScripts
  • put back YouTube HQ
  • updated wallpapers and put back stock HTC per user request
  • OC to 710 by default (sense just feels better here)
  • google maps 4.5.0
  • updated the default dalvik.vm.heapsize to 48mb when JIT is on; yes this is HUGE but it seems to allow Pandor to play with JIT enabled if that is your cup of tea

4.1 [9/7/2010]

Use 4.2 download...
  • fixed rotation bug - this was caused by an issue with the stock HIT_IME keyboard
  • updated default keyboard to the jonasl HTC_IME mod (v27 low resolution)
  • added back the HTC footprints and stocks applications and widgets (you can remove with new remove GScripts)
  • new cache location support with dalvik-cache stored in the /cache/ fileblock! With about 150mb free in /data/ for apps and data and about 80mb free in /cache/ for dalvik cache you may be able to install 100 apps WITHOUT apps2sd or cache2sd...
  • updated apps2sd to use, in my opinion, a better mount point of /sd-ext/ instead of /system/sd
  • new boot animation thanks to synaptyc
  • changed to NOT overclock by default - a few phones cannot handle 710400 (still easy to turn on with GSripts)
  • new superuser
  • updated GScripts app (I don't like white on blue)
  • added GScript support to set min memory free (default of balanced)
  • added GScript to print boot log
  • added Gscript support to set min CPU freq value of 19200 (for you battery save folks) and max value of 748800
  • renamed available GScripts with consistent naming convention (i.e. report..., set..., remove...)
  • updated ROM install script to remove ALL old GScript files to user user has current
  • updated custom sysinit process to produce cleaner logs
  • updated YouTube to the lates 2.1 Gapps build (thanks to CyanogenMod). To watch in HQ select menu more... [8/20/2010]

Download Base xtrSENSE4.0.6.1:
MD5 checksum: 36b2ee0e8e8295ef4e53fb18c188c574
  • updated init.rc to use stock min free memory values and rely on new sysinit framework to change to custom settings
  • added teeter back upon request (use root explorer or adb to remove)
  • used the Launcher.apk from xtrROM for backup home launcher (has xtrROM wallpapers and thems if switch to it )
  • add varialbe capture of new cpu values to log
  • updated the sysint framework for usersettings to move conf values to conf_off if not used or "toggled" off. Alows for clearned on/off
  • updated GScript to use new sysint framework for usersetting values
  • changed ROM update-script to remove old GScript db so that old scripts are removed
  • small changes to the update-script to move progress bar approprately through install process
    4.0.6 Change Log
  • developed a new default cpu clock setting process to overclock the kernel at boot and allow the user to change the values. Only need separate app (and added overhead) if you want to go higher with cpu clock settings
  • added default overclock to 710400
  • added a script to GScript for if you want to have stock cpu speed or use Market apps
  • added cpu_freq_report

4.0.5 [8/16/2010]
This was a complete rebuild of the ROM and includes a lot of new backend features with the new init.d user settings system process; summary of changes:
  • COMPLETELY rebuilt base ROM - Fixed long setup issues YEAH!
  • Built from Verizons 2.37.605.4 July release
  • Uses the Zanfur kernel
  • Most folks seem to prefer the stock keyboard and dialer so they are back
  • ALSO have the DroidX Multi-touch keyboard (new theme) for those that prefer it (long press an input field and select Input Mode)
  • developed a new sysinit process and /system/ent/init.d structure as modeled after Linux servers and CyanogenMod.
    - ADVANCED USERS can add parameters to configure the system at startup
    - use of the /system/etc/sysctl.conf file
    - I have included ones that you can un-comment out (remove the # at the beginning of each line) to experiment with...
    - Research and learn BEFORE you try these!
    - A good place to start learning is http://
    - You can always clear out all changes by commenting out the values or just deleting all content of the file…
  • developed a new User Settings process that is executed by init.d and runs all set values located in /system/etc/usersettings/conf/
  • totally revamped apps2sd implementation to simplify and streamline, still cannot move on the fly like CyanogenMod builds but getting close
  • improved logging at /data/boot_log.txt (you can move a copy to your sd card for viewing via the new GScript app)
  • developed shell scripts to manage user settings for apps2sd, cache2sd, and JIT toggles
  • Incorporated GScript app (see to load and one-click run user setting toggles (custom app next!)
  • added quick boot to make reboots faster
  • New super user 2.3.1 - seems to solve the lag with granting permissions at times (very sweet! will FC if you look select the new log tab before logs are available)
  • themed the Analog clock widget
  • new wallpapers - Titanium edition and Great Oak
  • added new wired tether app that "should" work for Eris
  • General SWEETNESS

3.1 [7/24/2010]
Focus on the Verizon July patch
  • Built from July Verizon 2.1 patch 2.37.605.4 code. The best I could find on a fix list is below and I do notice an improvement in the performance of the phone in smoothness.
  • Included a to the sd card if you want working Flash - thanks to t2noob, vash8806 and Zenulator.
  • per request added to the sd Card if you want the stock dialer and keyboard.
  • Added wireless tether and xda apps by default

Download Base xtrSENSE3.1:
MD5 checksum: e3f2e0e51cba8d117648e3d793467e03

3.0.3 [7/15/2010]
Initial release
  • Verizion2.1 HTC Eris code base
  • Removed a few of the lesser used system apps and unused testing tools loaded by HTC
  • Fully deodex - makes it easier to "hack" and modify HTC code, takes up more internal phone space however with apps2sd this is no longer important
  • Zanfur's kernel with full OC support
  • Internal memory management (you no longer need autokiller as it is built into the ROM)
  • xtr sysinit process and scripts that include
    - Apps2sd support based on the work of Damageless and TrevE @ xda
    - jit that works with HTC Sense
    - dalvik heapsize management
    - first boot script support for /data/ file
    - Updatable init.dalvik.conf and init.apps2sd.conf files that can be found in /system/etc/ that can be changed to reconfigure the phone on next reboot (future release will hopefully have an app to do this)
  • Themed phone dialer
  • New DroidX keyboard customized and themed for Eris
  • Custom wallpapers
  • YouTube high res
  • many other little improvements that I have probably forgotten
  • For thoes that prefer tkirton Apps2sd it "should" be compatible with the Darktremor Apps2SD 2.7.5 implemtation (I have not tested). You can always reflash xtrROM3.0.3 to get back to the built in version.

Download Base xtrSENSE3.0.3:
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15th July 2010, 09:29 PM |#3  
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Thank you for the work! Will try this as soon as I get home tonight.
15th July 2010, 09:34 PM |#4  
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no live wallpapers in the sense ROM?
15th July 2010, 10:01 PM |#5  
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linpack/quadrant scores anybody?
15th July 2010, 11:40 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by jhart15063

no live wallpapers in the sense ROM?

In EvilEris's first page of the thread there is a LiveWallpapers patch, that puts in a rosie that does LWP.

It works great, except that the Rosie graphics are all jacked up.

He stated that he will fix it very soon, based on demand, and that will be flashable on this (or probably any de-odex'd senseui rom).
16th July 2010, 12:28 AM |#7  
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I'm getting:
linpack scores of 3.3 @768 MHZ, but I don't believe that this rom is seeing my A2sd partition.
Quadrant score of 259
16th July 2010, 01:47 AM |#8  
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So when will this be back up for download?
16th July 2010, 02:23 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by loki154

I'm getting:
linpack scores of 3.3 @768 MHZ, but I don't believe that this rom is seeing my A2sd partition.
Quadrant score of 259

fixing now... Somehow removed a few libs needed for the apps2sd before building final zip.

Should be up in the next 60 mins
16th July 2010, 02:35 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by zach.xtr

fixing now... Somehow removed a few libs needed for the apps2sd before building final zip.

Should be up in the next 60 mins

Great to hear, I'll rerun the test once i get the fix. It seemed to be light on its feet @768 and stable. Though I prefer XtrRom 3.03 . What can I say, I like stock over Sense.
16th July 2010, 03:11 AM |#11  
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In instructions below "TO INSTALL", I might suggest you add the step to wipe data and/or dalvik cache.
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2.1, sense

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