Would you ever consider putting together a sense removal script for this rom? That would be one awesome mod
sent from my HTC incredible
Can I get the original services.jar, w/o the "uncapped" mod?
Or can I use any unmodified sense services.jar.
Here you are: http://www.mediafire.com/file/9g2dydibz3ii6q6/Desensitize.sh
Please make sure you have ADW, Launcher Pro or some alternative launcher installed BEFORE you run the script, and, of course, backup first . Place in your gscripts folder on your sdcard, add the script and run. It will tell you what it is doing and prompt you to reboot. Voila, no more Sense.
PLEASE NOTE: This is experimental. I have tried it, and it works for me, but I like Sense and haven't used the senseless version of this ROM very much. Please feel free to try this out, but understand that this is still an early version of a possible future extra and may have flaws. If you run this script, you are essentially a beta tester.
Or provide the rom with stock (latest) kernel and let people put what works good for them in on there own... and maybe give them a list based on user experiences.
could you leave the radio and tv-out in when de-sensitize ?
Sure. I am actually going to include gscript lite, and have a whole bunch of uninstall scripts for each safely removable app. So if someone doesn't like the radio, etc., it can be uninstall with a couple presses.
Sent from my ADR6300 using XDA App
upgraded to 1.1 and have had 3 or 4 reboots.... one while loading contacts, and 2 or 3 while backing out of the market.... I am trying a dalvik and will report any future reboots.
sk806, if you can clarify, what does de-sensing get rid of? I use root explorer to delete Rosie.apk just so it's not running in background. What other aspects of sense does your script remove?
I keep getting the same problem happened in root explorer twice, Handcent, and
Settings any input would be great
Flash a different kernel. For some reason, the kernel baked into the ROM does not like some users' phones/apps they install. I am working on a new version that will have the stock kernel (very stable, slightly less snappy) and allow users to flash whatever kernel they think best.
If you want a kernel recommendation for right now, on the overclocked/undervolted side, I have been trying chad's incredikernel for almost a full 24 hours, and it seems quite stable for a overclocked kernel. On the more conservative/stable side, you can download the stock kernel from RomManager under Virtuous.
The new version (1.1.1) will be out tomorrow morning and will be flashable over 1.1.
Sorry to everyone who is experiencing these issues. Ziggy's kernels work just fine for me, but I now know that the same is not true for all. The ROM is starting to take off, I had probably 300 users for the last RC version, and have had that many flash (or download, anyway) 1.1 in one day. I realize now that I need to make my ROM work well for a much wider base of users, and will keep that in mind as I move forward.