[26.JAN.2013║ROM] myMIUI 16 B1 [MAGLDR/CLK║Dorimanx║GB║myMIUI IDE©║zipA║MultiLang]

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visanciprian

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well..in terms of benchmarks I find it to be almost 10% faster than nand..I am using class4 sd card..and for high end sd users this could give a awesome performance..for user it would be great to run two or three or many roms at one time..single rom on nand..and many working roms from .nativesd' directory..I think u shud consider this for our beloved 'mymiui' rom..

some changes in init and adding an install.sh file could convert this for native sd..I tried to do it from dsixda kitchen..but got stuck on kernel boot screen..(as i dont know bout editing init.rc..)..I just tried..from taking help from another native sd roms..but no success..:(

bro..I think u shud reconsider nativesd in this rom..thanks..:)

Yes, indeed! And think about users with bad blocks on NAND (as me, for example) -> I have a 8gb class10 SD so NativeSD equals to me with +++ of performance & no more headaches with the bad blocks. NativeSD seems to be the future of HD2 roms (as I see it).
Would be nice to see every ROM with a NativeSD version, as it's just so easy to get the Dual Installer ("replace 2 files and add 1")
 

zinko_pt

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+1
Even if the volume bar is changing, the volume is not changing...

Tapatalked from my HD2

+1 here for the radio volume. Kind of annoying when you try to hear the news or a live game. Any ideas how to solve this?
I will test V15.

Other than this, it´s a awesome ROM. Very light, responsive and stable. Could have some more tweaks, like power button, but it´s super as it is.
 

larrougos

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We need nativeSD for this ROM..cause other MIUI's are so ,soooo slow..under not in proper state for daily use.It would be very nice to install this rom on my nativeSD repository!! :D thx a lot and i cannt wait to get my hands on it!! :fingers-crossed::fingers-crossed:
 

Aternus

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hope this rom ported to NativeSD :crying:

well..in terms of benchmarks I find it to be almost 10% faster than nand..I am using class4 sd card..and for high end sd users this could give a awesome performance..for user it would be great to run two or three or many roms at one time..single rom on nand..and many working roms from .nativesd' directory..I think u shud consider this for our beloved 'mymiui' rom..

some changes in init and adding an install.sh file could convert this for native sd..I tried to do it from dsixda kitchen..but got stuck on kernel boot screen..(as i dont know bout editing init.rc..)..I just tried..from taking help from another native sd roms..but no success..:(

bro..I think u shud reconsider nativesd in this rom..thanks..:)

Yes, indeed! And think about users with bad blocks on NAND (as me, for example) -> I have a 8gb class10 SD so NativeSD equals to me with +++ of performance & no more headaches with the bad blocks. NativeSD seems to be the future of HD2 roms (as I see it).
Would be nice to see every ROM with a NativeSD version, as it's just so easy to get the Dual Installer ("replace 2 files and add 1")

Any plans to release NativeSD version?

We need nativeSD for this ROM..cause other MIUI's are so ,soooo slow..under not in proper state for daily use.It would be very nice to install this rom on my nativeSD repository!! :D thx a lot and i cannt wait to get my hands on it!! :fingers-crossed::fingers-crossed:

It seems you're confusing between the real NativeSD and moving your NAND partitions to the SDCard.

@Real NativeSD
Is made for WM users who want to test different Android ROMs without altering their NAND.
SD versions isn't suited for daily use, as simple as that. :p

@Mounting NAND partitions to the SDCard
HD2 is a mobile platform, and as such it has some constrains which it should adhere to. The main purpose of myMIUI is to provide a cutting-edge, fast and stable ROM for daily use.

While the NAND might be slower than some of the SDCard out there, its serves a big purpose to the HD2 platform. The key is balancing bandwidth between NAND and SDCard usage. If you move everything to either one of those, you won't see any benefit; that's why we have the separation right now.
All critical parts of the platform still remain on NAND while userdata is mounted on EXT-enabled SDCards.

The short version is - HD2's SD port, same as NAND, has it's bandwidth limits; no, I'm not going to move everything to SDcard.
 

larrougos

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It seems you're confusing between the real NativeSD and moving your NAND partitions to the SDCard.

@Real NativeSD
Is made for WM users who want to test different Android ROMs without altering their NAND.
SD versions isn't suited for daily use, as simple as that. :p

@Mounting NAND partitions to the SDCard
HD2 is a mobile platform, and as such it has some constrains which it should adhere to. The main purpose of myMIUI is to provide a cutting-edge, fast and stable ROM for daily use.

While the NAND might be slower than some of the SDCard out there, its serves a big purpose to the HD2 platform. The key is balancing bandwidth between NAND and SDCard usage. If you move everything to either one of those, you won't see any benefit; that's why we have the separation right now.
All critical parts of the platform still remain on NAND while userdata is mounted on EXT-enabled SDCards.

The short version is - HD2's SD port, same as NAND, has it's bandwidth limits; no, I'm not going to move everything to SDcard.


so why all the devs are moving their roms to nativeSD??and everyone on this forum says that its faster than nand..i do not disagree with you because i do not know.i just want to know why everybody says the different from what u said!!thx a lot
 

Aternus

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so why all the devs are moving their roms to nativeSD??and everyone on this forum says that its faster than nand..i do not disagree with you because i do not know.i just want to know why everybody says the different from what u said!!thx a lot

First of all, if you read carefully, no developer has ever said that one method is absolutely faster than the other. Each has its own perks.

Apps2SD History
Back in the AD2EXT+ days, by using many mount points and symlinks it made the ROMs buggy, unpredictable and unstable; which in my opinion was a really high price to pay for a very minor performance gain.

By creating myMIUI SCRTM© I've managed to solve most of these issues but couldn't move dalvik-cache to EXT due to the early use of dalvik by the Android VM.

Up until recently it was difficult to control the boot environment but with the help of other developers, we've managed to pinpoint the exact stages on which each action happens; which in turn allowed the creation of myMIUI IDE©.

The "Dancing Bear" Phenomenon
Ask yourself, if a bear could dance, would it help him in any way?

Just because it would be cool for users to have their ROM on the SDCard, would it benefit them in any way? The answer is no.

Theoretically, because your SDCard is faster than the NAND it should make the ROM faster, while practically, there is never a case when android read/writes one file at a time.
Most of the time Android OS reads/writes many small files at once, that's when access times and bandwidth comes into play.

By separating the Android OS from your DATA on two physical devices, you provide two pipes for the CPU. Additionally, the access times for NAND<->CPU is lower than SDCard<->CPU; since this is the way the platform was designed initially.
Applications on the other hand, which load large chunks of DATA to RAM really benefit from the higher SDCard speeds.

To Sum Up
OS on NAND & DATA on EXT is currently the best combination.
As you can see from the NAND forums, there is only one ROM with NativeSD. Don't take it wrong, NativeSD is very useful for developers but its superfluous for daily users.
 
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larrougos

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First of all, if you read carefully, no developer has ever said that one method is absolutely faster than the other. Each has its own perks.

Apps2SD History
Back in the AD2EXT+ days, by using many mount points and symlinks it made the ROMs buggy, unpredictable and unstable; which in my opinion was a really high price to pay for a very minor performance gain.

By creating myMIUI SCRTM© I've managed to solve most of these issues but couldn't move dalvik-cache to EXT due to the early use of dalvik by the Android VM.

Up until recently it was difficult to control the boot environment but with the help of other developers, we've managed to pinpoint the exact stages on which each action happens; which in turn allowed the creation of myMIUI IDE©.

The "Dancing Bear" Phenomenon
Ask yourself, if a bear could dance, would it help him in any way?

Just because it would be cool for users to have their ROM on the SDCard, would it benefit them in any way? The answer is no.

Theoretically, because your SDCard is faster than the NAND it should make the ROM faster, while practically, there is never a case when android read/writes one file at a time.
Most of the time Android OS reads/writes many small files at once, that's when access times and bandwidth comes into play.

By separating the Android OS from your DATA on two physical devices, you provide two pipes for the CPU. Additionally, the access times for NAND<->CPU is lower than SDCard<->CPU; since this is the way the platform was designed initially.
Applications on the other hand, which load large chunks of DATA to RAM really benefit from the higher SDCard speeds.

To Sum Up
OS on NAND & DATA on EXT is currently the best combination.
As you can see from the NAND forums, there is only one ROM with NativeSD. Don't take it wrong, NativeSD is very useful for developers but its superfluous for daily users.

REALLY..thx a lot for your advices and for the info that you gave..For us that flash in daily base roms noone told somewhere that this happens and you are the first that make it CRYSTAL CLEAR.thx a lot.also will we see a fast rom such as yours with miui for ICS or JB..because those roms,FOR ME are buggy and very slow. thx in advance bro..really
 
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adityameena26

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Thanks @aternus for info regarding native sd..we like mymiui as u design it..:)
Anyways..I am playing aroung with mymiui 15b1 since morning..
First of all..really fast than previous one..and that huge amount of system memory looks great(because of IDE©)..;)

But I experienced some issues..first of all..when battery goes down below 5%..after connecting charger or usb watever..phone reboot itself suddenly..this is a major issue for daily users..(if I am not the only one to experiance this..)
Another one was..after first reboot..the phone sound(during call not music..I mean..conversation during call) is badly messed up..it is like bad signaled radios of old time..I mean..cant even understand the voice..:(
These two are major issues till now..will tell u more if I experience something new..:)
btw rom is speedy like woww..:)

and one more thing..from (*#*#4636#*#* ->phone information) rmnet0 is shown under gsm disconnects..and below this variable ppp sent and ppp received values are there..what does this mean..I mean..am i using ppp or rmnet..??
If ppp..then how can I change it to rmnet..??


tapatalked from my NEXUS S..;)
 
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tf71

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Hello

I m testing your Rom for the fisrt time and I find it very fast, good work !
However I don't find French Language and I don't know how to set another email account (personnal pop/imap account and professionnel Microsoft Exchange account (Maybe I have to download from the market an application for this ?).
Thanks for your help


myMIUI Installer

myMIUI installer have been fully localized and now I need your help translating the strings to your native language :)

Available Languages

English - by aternus
Greek - by jolas, zach.antre
Spanish - by darkdyo
Polish - by kubekpop
Portuguese - by fadox
Hebrew - by aternus
Dutch - by uloga
Russian - by sergey, aternus
German - by waldemator
Italian - by saint tropez
Turkish - by metra01
Danish - by pokeman
Norwegian - by arvter
French - by patrick lesimple


Missing Languages

Arabic/Farsi, Hungarian, Korean, Slovenian, Vietnamese.


How to Translate

1) Download the source file.

2) Make a copy of the source file and rename it to the language you'd like to translate.

Example:
pl.lang for Polish
el.lang for Greek
ar.lang for Arabic

NOTE: the full list of locales is available at the URL specified inside the source "en.lang" file.


3) Open the copy of the file and translate all strings which appear to the right to the equal sign (=)

Example:
text_next=Next becomes text_next=Next_in_your_language

NOTES:
  • in the string there might be styling and new line characters.
  • a new line character is represented by a backslash (\)
  • styling characters are similar to HTML/XML tags. they begin with a <tag> and end with a </tag> (where tag is the actual styling attribute)
  • you don't need to translate the styling characters!
  • you don't need to touch the new line characters!


4) After you're done, please upload the file to PasteBin or attach it here in a reply.



Download the source file in English
Code:
http://www.mediafire.com/?ejea75caynor0

Thanks!
 

bzhmobile

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Feb 11, 2010
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Hello

I m testing your Rom for the fisrt time and I find it very fast, good work !
However I don't find French Language and I don't know how to set another email account (personnal pop/imap account and professionnel Microsoft Exchange account (Maybe I have to download from the market an application for this ?).
Thanks for your help
Use MoreLocale2 (on the PlayStore to have most of the rom (except Settings) ) in your language ....
 

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    [26.JAN.2013║ROM] myMIUI 16 B1 [MAGLDR/CLK║Dorimanx║GB║myMIUI IDE©║zipA║MultiLang]


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    Coding & debugging: aternus
    Theme & inspiration: tung91
    nativeSD: adityameena26


    myMIUI i18n Project - MIUI Internationalization

    The time you all been waiting for has finally come!
    For over a year, people across the world have been using myMIUI as their primary ROM, but something wasn't quite right, there was still a missing piece in the puzzle, something which could have made this ROM even better, even more personalized, even more awesome!


    Now its time to make the puzzle complete!
    After many hours of work, I've finally managed to write all the needed tools for a complete, easy to maintain, ROM translation. This is where you step in; this is the time to show your support, not only to myMIUI but to your nation! Now its the time to make myMIUI in your native language!


    Translating is quite simple! All the information you need to know is on GitHub:



    myMIUI i18n Project GitHub Repository


    Features

    • MIUI 2.4.20
    • Dorimanx Kernel 7.3
    • Multilingual
    • Bi-Directional (RTL/LTR)
    • AROMA Installer
    • MAGLDR/CLK
    • Factory zipAligned
    • Major code refactoring & cleanup
    • 3G connection prefix appears in the status bar - when enabled
    • HWA (Gingerbread)
    • GPS w/AGPS
    • Auto-Brightness
    • Loudspeaker w/Microphone
    • WIFI
    • Bluetooth
    • USB
    • WIFI VOIP Module
    • CIFS Module
    • RISERFS Module

    • Full busybox integration (busybox 1.19.4)
    • 99% of all available APNs
    • Hosts file with ad/hijack/virus blocks
    • GPS/AGPS configuration - default: Europe

    • System tweaks
    • System I/O tweaks
    • GPU tweaks
    • Media tweaks
    • Network tweaks


    • Customized boot animation - DISABLED for faster boot speed
    • myMIUI theme (based on ICS)


    Installation Instructions

    MAGLDR
    HD2ToolKit: Download HD2ToolKit
    1. Connect the device to the USB port
    2. Put the device into factory flash mode by booting it while pressing "volume down"
    3. Install HSPL using the "Install HSPL" function inside HD2ToolKit - MAGLDR: Android / WP7 supports 2.08 ONLY!
    4. Put the device into factory flash mode by booting it while pressing "volume down"
    5. Do "Task29" (aka Complete Wipe) using the "Wipe (Task29)" function inside HD2ToolKit
    6. Put the device into factory flash mode by booting it while pressing "volume down"
    7. Install Latest Radio Firmware using the "Install Custom NBH/NB RUU" function inside HD2ToolKit - HD2 Radios
    8. Put the device into factory flash mode by booting it while pressing "volume down"
    9. Install Latest MAGLDR using the "Install MAGLDR" function inside HD2ToolKit
    10. Boot into MAGLDR recovery menu by pressing the "shutdown/hangup" button while booting up
    11. Choose "USB Flasher"
    12. Flash the Latest CWR (Clockwork Recovery) with the appropriate partition sizes by using the "Repartition" button inside the HD2ToolKit: System: 200MB | Cache: 5MB
    13. Boot into MAGLDR recovery menu by pressing the "shutdown/hangup" button while booting up
    14. Insert MicroSD card with the ROM ZIP
    15. Choose "AD Recovery"
    16. Flash ROM ZIP
    17. Reboot

    Download - Stable




    If you appreciate my work please consider looking into the offers shown by myMIUI sponsors.

    Download - nativeSD v15b6




    If you appreciate my work please consider looking into the offers shown by myMIUI sponsors.

    Credits

    Inspirations

    Tung91, Tytung, Cotulla, Amarullz, Marc1706, Munjeni, AmeriCanAndroid, Fhasovic ,Gokhanmoral, Markinus, Hastarin, Letama, Rajko, Dan1j3l, Cedesmith, Arne, Trilu, Charansingh, Mdebeljuh, Jdivic, Avs333, Snq-, Savan, Drizztje, 3Dak, HierOS, Nixda99, Dorimanx

    Supporters (Donations)
    Tung91 8JX98658FM1431347
    William Botteldoorn 02H18309YK955441M
    Jamie Garroch 44L61992JN008821Y
    Dennis La Rosa 4JR90461LP256213N
    Jolas 0XS252637K4675837
    Henk Wieland 2AF71629KX761373P
    Jordan Lee 7VS014032G9740107
    Philip Gorzalka 0GX41916RV145813J
    Marcin Juszczak 91W55204835673844
    Neil Livesey 5KP59952KF517590B
    Marvin Lav 4919313727610754J
    Daniel Cosma 5PA78460PJ8568628
    Nikolas Kaeser 54J64529SS090135P

    If you like my work, let me know by buying me a beer :)
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    #Changelog

    Changelog
    Code:
    [U][B]16/01/2013[/B][/U]
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    update: Mi File Explorer
    update: Google Play Marketplace
    update: YouTube
    update: Facebook
    update: Google Translate
    
    myMIUI IDE©:
    -=--=--=--=-
    revert: Reverted back to App2SDEXT behaviour
    
    
    [U][B]16/01/2013[/B][/U]
    Updated Polish translation (by kubekpop)
    Updated Dutch translation (by myMIUI team)
    Updated AGPS server address (for users without AGPS apps)
    Small bugfixes
    
    [U][B]17/12/2012[/B][/U]
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated flash player
    updated facebook
    updated youtube
    updated gmail
    updated market
    updated market GMS
    updated google translate
    
    
    [U][B]25/11/2012[/B][/U]
    Updated APN list to include new providers in Israel
    Updated Translations
    
    
    [U][B]23/10/2012[/B][/U]
    Updated Danish Translation by larsmew
    
    
    [U][B]18/10/2012[/B][/U]
    updated AROMA installer to 2.51
    i18n: added multilingual support
    i18n: cleaned errors
    i18n: removed redundant
    updated AROMA installer to 2.56
    updated myMIUI build tools
    moved /system rw mount to init.rc
    moved all i/o configuration operations to init.rc
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed framework-res.apk (removed "old MIUI framework" (Android 1.5-1.6))
    fixed notes.apk FC
    fixed browser.apk FC
    updated Matketplace
    added Marketplace GMS
    updated Facebook
    updated YouTube
    updated Google Translate
    
    myMIUI IDE©:
    -=--=--=--=-
    
    zipAlign:
    -=--=--=--=-
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fix disabled toggle graphics not matching enabled and disabled ones
    
    
    [U][B]20/09/2012[/B][/U]
    fixed bugs in AROMA installer
    fixed bugs in updater-script
    added cpu tweaks on ram disk initilization (init.htcleo.rc)
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated facebook
    updated youtube
    updated marketplace
    added adobe flash player
    added google translate
    removed twitter
    
    myMIUI IDE©:
    -=--=--=--=-
    first release
    
    
    [U][B]08/08/2012[/B][/U]
    added new lights.htcleo.so library
    updated AROMA Installer to 2.50
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated facebook
    updated twitter
    updated youtube
    
    Apps2SD:
    -=--=--=--=-
    added the ability to retain the uid:gid when creating a symbolic link (/data/data -> /sd-ext/data)
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed a bug with theme manager after factory reset via CWR (thanks to hacker.newage)
    
    
    [U][B]08/07/2012[/B][/U]
    updated kernel to dorimanx 7.3
    added AROMA installer languages: Danish, Norwegian
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated facebook
    updated youtube
    updated twitter
    updated MiFileExplorer to v3.0.4
    
    Apps2SD:
    -=--=--=--=-
    data2sdext: avast data remains on NAND
    
    
    [U][B]05/06/2012[/B][/U]
    added full multilingual support to AROMA installer
    upgraded kernel to dorimanx 7.2
    added AROMA installer languages: English, Greek, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Hebrew, Dutch, Russian, German, Italian, Turkish (big thanks to myMIUI team!)
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    added Mi File Explorer (by apooonet @ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1523691)
    updated facebook
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    rewritten miui v4 lockscreen
    fixed miui v4 lockscreen manifest xml structure
    merged miui v4 lockscreen updates from Vexillum Project
    
    
    [U][B]24/05/2012[/B][/U]
    updated migration script
    reverted to dorimanx 6.9
    updated supporters list
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed the default wallpaper and lockscreen wallpaper not being applied
    rewritten theme creation script
    
    
    [U][B]18/05/2012[/B][/U]
    updated to MIUI 2.4.20
    new busybox 1.19.4 with white-space issues fixed (by darkguy2008 @ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1568543)
    removed Compass.apk (EoL)
    removed SetupWizard.apk (EoL)
    removed old app2sd binaries
    added purge /sd-ext when chosen "wipe userdata"
    added auto zipAlign by the myMIUI ROM Creator©
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated facebook
    updated twitter
    updated google play marketplace
    updated youtube
    added LeoAGpsInjector v0.5 (by tytung @ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=16384028&postcount=1907)
    added HTC IME keyboard (by jonasl @ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=624416)
    removed HTC IME keyboard (force close errors)
    
    Apps2SD:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed app2sd MIUI internal integration
    
    zipAlign:
    -=--=--=--=-
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed youtube styling
    updated theme wallpaper (by lumarti57 @ http://fav.me/d2xck0t)
    updated theme fonts
    added MIUIv4 lockscreen (idea by zach.antre)
    fixed music player controls while pressed
    optimized launcher icons
    
    
    [U][B]12/05/2012[/B][/U]
    removed hostname
    removed IPv6 (module missing)
    updated build.prop
    AROMA installer
    added WIFI calling module (experimental)
    added CIFS module (experimental - thanks to dorimanx)
    added RISERFS module (experimental - thanks to dorimanx)
    added spoof identity to Samsung Nexus S option
    added cLK support
    added DPI modification options
    added physical keys automtic backlight control
    fixed PPP for VPN (thanks to arne182 - new implementation method)
    added cLK/MAGLDR auto detection
    added user data migration functions (experimental)
    removed DPI modification options (looks extremely bad on MIUI)
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated facebook
    added optional apps (including MIUI news & weather, MIUI email...)
    
    Apps2SD:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated free space calculations to work only on available space
    
    Cache2Data:
    -=--=--=--=-
    
    zipAlign:
    -=--=--=--=-
    added safety feature in case zipalign failed
    
    Theme:
    -=--=--=--=-
    new myMIUI theme
    new myMIUI logo
    optimized apps icons size
    
    
    [U][B]06/05/2012[/B][/U]
    new installation script
    new build.prop
    cpu governor set to interactive for much better usage of cpu_freq
    cpu speed min: 245Mhz & cpu speed max: 1152Mhz (max stable speed: 1612800 hz)
    fixed dmesg permanently
    fixed sysctl
    fixed HCITOOL permissions (radio)
    cleaned config from errors
    convert all files to UTF-8 w/o BOM - fixed white-space in scripts
    fixed test condition for SIO scheduler
    moved hostname change to build.prop
    system boot indicator removed due to race behaviour in init.d
    revised mymiui debugger function
    
    Apps:
    -=--=--=--=-
    updated Google Play Marketplace
    updated Facebook
    updated Twitter
    updated Gmail
    updated Youtube
    
    Apps2SD:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed /data/app to /sd-ext/app
    add debug messaging for App2SD routine
    move /data/data/* to /sd-ext/data (non-system)
    
    Cache2Data:
    -=--=--=--=-
    fixed /cache to /data/cache
    
    ZipAlign:
    -=--=--=--=-
    zipalign runs at each boot
    add sdcard check for zipalign
    change sdcard check to mmcblock instead of using mount filtering (mount not available on init)
    fixed case sensitivity for *.apk
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    #Information

    Information


    myMIUI IDE© (Internal Data Extension)
    PLEASE DON'T USE ANY THIRD PARTY TOOLS!

    The ROM includes cutting edge technology to extend your phone's internal memory by using SDCard's EXT partition.
    Furthermore, all the great features below been integrated directly into the kernel. No need to worry about security, performance or stability issues.

    Included in myMIUI IDE©:

    1. UNLIMITED INTERNAL MEMORY
    2. UNLIMITED CACHE MEMORY
    3. Legendary myMIUI SCRTM©
    4. Cache2DATA
    5. Apps2EXT
    6. Dalvik2EXT
    7. Data2EXT

    What you need to enable myMIUI IDE©:

    1. BACKUP ALL DATA FROM SDCARD
    2. format SDCard
    3. create an EXT2/3/4 partition on your SDCard (recommended: 1GB EXT / 0MB SWAP)
    4. perform a reboot

    How it Works?
    When the ROM detects an SDCard with an EXT partition, it will run the SCRTM© routine after which the EXT partition will become your userdata partition (a.k.a. "/data").
    This will allow unlimited internal memory for your HTC HD2; performance may be severely degraded with low class SD cards!

    Clean Start
    If you ever need a clean start, just switch your SDCard with a clean one and the system will automatically reset itself.

    Users without an EXT partition
    Although users without an EXT partition will not see the benefit of myMIUI IDE©, they won't experience any issues whatsoever. The ROM will use the internal NAND memory from their "/data" partition.

    Important Note: For IDE© enabled phones; Do not remove your SDCard from your phone while its on. Doing so may cause data corruption and/or OS freeze.

    zipAlign
    The ROM speeds up your performance by using a zipAlign routine which will tweak all your applications so that they will run optimally on the Android OS.
    The routine uses a database for all the applications which it already tweaked so it won't tweak the same application twice.
    If you install a lot of new applications that need tweaking, it might take some time for your phone to boot up; the speed greatly depends on the application size.

    What you need to enable zipAlign:

    1. SDCard with at least 100MB of free space
    2. nothing else! everything is done at boot time automatically

    Nexus S ID
    The first question you might ask yourself is: "why would I want to spoof my device's identity?"
    The answer is simple: Google Play Marketplace downloads.

    By default the ROM identifies the device as a "generic HTC HD2" which is the correct way of naming our beloved HTC HD2, although some users might want to change that so that they can install applications that weren't meant to run on HD2.

    What you need to spoof your device identity to Nexus S:

    1. Select "Nexus S ID" while installing
    2. nothing else! everything is done automatically

    WARNING: If you install an application and it crashes, its because its not compatible/been improperly installed due to the fake device configuration.

    Some applications, especially from the Market use the device information to perform different installation routines (figure out SDCard mount points, OpenGL compression methods, etc...), so use at your own risk ;)

    Recommended Extras

    Applications
    • Root Explorer
    • SwiftKey X
    • Waze
    • Smart Tools

    Themes
    Vexillum Project MIUI v4: http://bit.ly/yNgHXO


    Troubleshooting / Getting Help


    In order to provide assistance the following files are required:

    • Installation Log - you can save that to your SDCard while in the installation wizard
    • Logcat Since Boot - adb logcat
    • Debug Log Boot - located at "/mymiui-boot.log"
    • Debug Log After Boot - located at "/mymiui-debug.log"

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    Internationalization
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    myMIUI v15 B6 is Online!

    As always the file will be available in about 45 mins...

    This will be the last version based on Gingerbread. Next version will be JellyBean, that is, if I find enough time to debug it...

    Donations are much appreciated... :)
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