[28.June.2011][SDB] NexusHD2-Gingerbread V2.8 [GRJ22/Android2.3.4][K: tytung_r10]

HaPeWe

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Since V2.9 no new ports from me because there are "official" versions from tytung:

http://sites.google.com/site/nexushd2android/nexushd2-gingerbread/releases

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previous version:

SD-port of the CLK-Build:

[28.June.2011][MAG/cLK] NexusHD2-Gingerbread V2.8 [GRJ22/Android2.3.4][K: tytung_r10]

>>> Download-Link <<<

The version is almost unmodified.

Changes:
- SD-relevant adjustments
- added OI-Filemanager

This Build creates a 256MB data.img on the first start. If you want a larger phone storage, you can copy a bigger data.img in the android directory before the first start or replace the created 256MB file with a bigger one later (all previous data will be lost) or with the "update" (see below) edit the startup.txt to create another size.

older version:
NexusHD2-Gingerbread V2.7

UPDATE
Bluetooth values in my last version were wrong, if you had BT-Problems replace the rootfs.img from the build with the one from the archive "rootfs_new.7z" - also the cpu scaling governor now will be interactive with the new rootfs (as tytung recomands) - thanks tytung for the solution of this problem.
 

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uzi2

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I've downloaded to have a look.
Is it OK with this to rename the folder and change the rel_path in startup.txt?
Or will this cause problems?
 

mccmjoon76

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Dear HaPeWe . Is this a SD Build ? and can u post more info on your post , like Changelog , What is working , what is not . And some screenshot perhaps :)
 
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uzi2

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Dear HaPeWe . Is this a SD Build ? and can u post more info on your post , like Changelog , What is working , what is not . And some screenshot perhaps :)
He states it is an SD build - a port of tytung's nand build
All details will be in the link provided.
 

uzi2

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I've renamed the folder to NexusHD and everything appears to be good. Even the boot.anim blends in well as I use an Energy Winmo ROM.

I will do some more thorough testing and report back soon.
Good work
Cheers
 

boohoo2u

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Really good work, so far everything looks good and pretty smooth.

Any chance of keeping the key lights on until you turn the screen off?
 

uzi2

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I've just installed some apps and realised that the data.img is only 256MB
Can this be increased in a future version please?
 

HaPeWe

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I've just installed some apps and realised that the data.img is only 256MB
I complemented the first post.

Any chance of keeping the key lights on until you turn the screen off?
You have to convince tytung, because I don't want to create a sub-build. This should be an almost 1:1 SD-port of his original build, also in future versions.
 
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somebully

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Thanks, will probably try this one as the NAND seems very popular! Any particular reason for removing Maps ? I'd just like to know if I can install it on my own without errors.

Also, pros / cons over AmericanAndroid?
 

uzi2

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Thanks, will probably try this one as the NAND seems very popular! Any particular reason for removing Maps ? I'd just like to know if I can install it on my own without errors.

Also, pros / cons over AmericanAndroid?
I'll be looking into that one very closely as ACan is my regular build :)
 

vua777

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edited rootfs please! for magldr boot- i seriously want to use this rom from my sd! i really need to- please :D
Congrat New Cooker for HD2
Testing now

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good port!
overwrite this rootfs.img to boot via MAGLDR. http://www.mediafire.com/?enz2kbb2yo8so6k
note: tytung zimage cant boot if you have other android in nand, WP7 on nand is fine, dualboot with nand android should use ACA zimage.
 
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sbdop

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This Rom is Very perfect for booting from WIN 6.5, low battery consumption, working fast and stable for daily use, this is the best one we can found right now, I’m much appreciated.

HaPeWe, you are excellent work.
Many Thanks,
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chn110

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utf8?

Great build!

But fails to mount cifs utf8 shares. There is no nls_utf8.ko in the module directory. Is it compiled into the kernel? In tytung's NAND thread it says utf8 is supported though.
 
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BT issue

Hi,

just testing this build right now. Have not finished. First feedback to BT:

Pairing BT just works if you switch from visible to non visible mode (or vice versa).

Reconnect of BT device also just works if you switch from visible to non visible mode (or vice versa). Quite Complicated ;-(
AVRCP..not working ;-(
Battery drain...20mAh with BT on // 7-10mAh without BT
 
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Demon_man

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Loving this build great job and even more appreciated as I can't have band builds as I have no USB lol.
Not had any probs yet been using for 12 hours

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