[ROM][4.2.2]broodROM AOSP v1.0 (Based on Google Edition AOSP) 17-07-2013 R2 TEST

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avsquare

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Just a quick show of hands, for those who has got very good battery life, you guys on WiFi/3G most of the time?

For me, I'm always on LTE so I think mine was never that great haha.
 

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iirc brood said he is looking to complete release 2 by last week if he could, he's probably concentrating his time in completing and testing his actual R2.
 

sirdicholas

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Lol development is not stopped. it was so hot in the netherlands that I was unable to develop at all XD, Anyways, I'm now back at dev

I feel your pain, it's hot as balls in Germany right now. RC2 is so damn good, can't wait for the final.


Also, anyone else experience choppy scrolling and choppy game play on graphics intensive games? I9505 shouldn't have this problem. I don't think it's a brood rom issue as other GPE roms I've tried have the same issues.
 
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I feel your pain, it's hot as balls in Germany right now. RC2 is so damn good, can't wait for the final.


Also, anyone else experience choppy scrolling and choppy game play on graphics intensive games? I9505 shouldn't have this problem. I don't think it's a brood rom issue as other GPE roms I've tried have the same issues.

Yes, I have noticed choppy scrolling, but for the game part, no issue at all...
 

sirdicholas

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Yes, I have noticed choppy scrolling, but for the game part, no issue at all...

What kernel and kernel settings are you using. I've tried a few different ones, but I always get a few moments of lag during a game. Particularly real racing 3 and riptide gp

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avsquare

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Notice some lags such as:

When I enter my lock screen pin very quicky, it lags a bit before the PIN is "recorded". Like, I've finish entering the digits but it lags a little before they appear on screen.

Slight lag when I toggle between apps or click back button in quick succession to return to homescreen.

I think it might probably be just the phone, cos the same thing happened with other ROMs I've used.
 

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I have tried various 4.2.2 Roms and pretty much all of them have random lag - whether it was when opening apps, scrolling or playing random games (google maps seemed to have the most lag).

Until final R2, I am on 4.3 which is blazing fast and has absolutely no lag, however, the battery life is not as good as broods!
 
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I have tried various 4.2.2 Roms and pretty much all of them have random lag - whether it was when opening apps, scrolling or playing random games (google maps seemed to have the most lag).

Until final R2, I am on 4.3 which is blazing fast and has absolutely no lag, however, the battery life is not as good as broods!

I've tried the 1st leak of 4.3, it's indeed smoother. Not sure about battery life though.
 

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What kernel and kernel settings are you using. I've tried a few different ones, but I always get a few moments of lag during a game. Particularly real racing 3 and riptide gp

Sent from my GT-I9505G using xda app-developers app

I am actually using brood's kernel... I remember on Jamal's rom no lag at all really smooth.. Maybe try ausdim v7 but I don't think kernel it's the problem

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Ok I finally got a boot persists governor and min freq, they were reset by /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh at every boot, that's the reason. the reason for the max freq resetting was because of the cpufreq.c file I used in the kernel, so I solved these (great) barriers, they were the cause of "frozen-like" development next to the sun that burned me alive. I hope to release R2 tomorrow. This time for real!
 

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    broodROM AOSP v1.0 (JDQ39.I9505GUEUAMFD)

    broodrom.png


    Short Info
    I decided to build a initial version of broodROM AOSP. the main concept is a slimmed down version of the Google Edition ROM, the core Google apps are all up to date (because you don't want to update ~6-9 apps every time you install a new version). Next to that I added the brood touch to it of course, this means it has unique features compared to other roms and includes built in extra's. I took proper care of the simcard bug (100% unstuckable)


    Installation:
    1. Download latest release
    2. Put zip on internal or external sdcard
    3. Reboot in recovery (from device off: hold volume up + power until you see the blue text in the left corner of the screen) (or 'adb reboot recovery)
    4. If coming from an other rom please do a factory reset for best results
    5. Install the rom zip. once its completed you're done, enjoy the rom!





    Features:
    - Based on JellyBean AOSP 4.2.2 Google Edition (JDQ39.I9505GUEUAMFD)
    - Rooted
    - Deodexed
    - Zipaligned
    - Init.d support
    - No Adds (hosts file)
    - broodKernel v1.3 (o3) with Fixed MTP, LPM Charge
    - Settings menu hooks:
    -- broodParts Lite (Manage your CPU & I/O Settings)
    -- InstaVOLT (Manage the CPU voltages)
    -- CyanogenMod DSP Manager (Equalizer and audio effects)
    -- Backup Manager (Easy and fast ondemand nandroid backup)
    - Extended Power Menu with 4 Way Reboot (thnx to smaberg)
    -- Combined with my own Special Sim Unstucker (100% success, because of raw "pkill -f -TERM" instead of crashing framework)
    - Terminal Emulator
    - CyanogenMod cLock
    - Redesigned Launcher2 hotseat to match normal layout and replaced clock widget with cLock




    Screenshots:
    Homescreen, Special Sim unstucker and Settings hooks:
    Screenshot-2013-07-13-12-15-18.png
    189_screenie.png
    Screenshot-2013-07-13-12-15-47.png


    About menu, Backup Manager & DSP Manager:
    Screenshot-2013-07-13-12-16-47.png
    Screenshot-2013-07-13-12-17-12.png
    Screenshot-2013-07-13-12-17-27.png


    Battery (screen on) and broodParts S4
    amazingscreenontime.png
    191_broodparts1.png
    broodparts2.png



    Download:

    v1.0:

    Mirror #1 broodplank.net
    Mirror #2 mega.co.nz
    Mirror #3 Newsgroups
    Mirror #4 RammBase.com(Thanks to @flo110)
    Mirror #5 FusionLan.com (Thanks to @svfusion)

    Release 2 test build
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=43665433&postcount=106
    or
    RammBase.com (Thanks to @flo110)


    (The attachment is aka mirror 3)
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    Ok I finally got a boot persists governor and min freq, they were reset by /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh at every boot, that's the reason. the reason for the max freq resetting was because of the cpufreq.c file I used in the kernel, so I solved these (great) barriers, they were the cause of "frozen-like" development next to the sun that burned me alive. I hope to release R2 tomorrow. This time for real!
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    Here is the test build of Release 2, it includes the newest broodKernel PreRelease build, which is v1.5 (which also uses a NON SE LINUX RAMDISK). It's still experimental but you get really sick benchmarking scores with it. Anyways, it runs really smooth, but has some issues left (no real issues as in unstable but minor ones).

    Bugs that I know are there, since I didn't code them yet:
    - 50/50 boot persistent values could occur in broodParts S4
    - Vibration Pattern Regulator in broodParts S4 is able to "bug" phone once in a while when previewing
    - InstaVOLT "UV TYPE" Not working yet
    - Backup Manager, All options below the first 2 are not working yet

    I have made a small (scripted) framework inside /system/etc, the scripts work a long with the apps, for devs maybe intresting to take a look

    - Bugs from Release 1 fixed except unlock circle not centered on lockscreen
    - Very awesome circle percent battery added ;)
    - Added my own boot animation :eek:

    - More changes but atm to lazy to name them as this is no official build whatsoever
    - The rom is not in it's final state, so Release 2 could look different

    Download:
    http://www.broodplank.net/files/broodROM-AOSP-Release2-PreRelease.zip

    RELEASE THE TESTERS!!!
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    Shud we wait untill u release a 4.3 version? To flash.. Just downloaded v2 that's y

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda app-developers app

    No, it may take a while, first R2 will be released which is 4.2.2 then I can continue on a new firmware, anyways, Ill maybe release another test build like R2 test, but my main concern is that there is no kernel source available. I don't like to run stock kernel on my own rom. also the stock voltages make my phone like a fried spring roll. I have to lay down some icecreams (in the wrapper) and put my phone on it to benchmark properly on those voltages

    Wait for it, I just flashed it and it's fast! No battery drain.

    Idd I tried it as well. and it's very fast idd, will samsung keep producing 4.2.2 or 4.3 builds for i9505g :silly:? I have no clue, they seem to release randomly


    oh and ontopic, got the camera from CM10.1 working WITH STORAGE SELECTION
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    The stock dialer on 4.3 is the best one I have used so far - very good prediction and slick layout.

    Ok, ill check out if I can port it ;)
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