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[ROM] Gohma 2.3 - 1/20/2015 [Android Wear]

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okibi

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Jul 24, 2008
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4ndr01d presents
Gohma
"Android Wear the way it should be" for the Moto 360


gohma.jpg


Features
improved battery life
reduced lag between screens
improved overall performance
increased vibration intensity
other surprises!


Changelog
2.3 v2 (md5: 043cc6a77826765997a3ae0c58537564)
fixed issue with installer (should install fine now from all computers)
fixed issue with return to stock (will return you to full stock watch)

2.3 (md5: b141f38d89be41759e0af4d12ab8a2b8)
initial port to Moto 360 (based on 5.0.1)
fixed issue with tweaks file
improved overall performance

Download

Download ROM from 4ndr01d

Instructions
1. follow instructions in the zip file, do not attempt to flash!
2. let watch sit for a few minutes once booted to settle (a lot is done on first boot)

Credits
Google - for Android!
You guys - for all your support and feedback!
 
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jutley

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Mar 23, 2006
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Need to make a fastboot cable plenty of guides out there I need to do it myself I was hoping someone would be selling motor 360 fastboot cables prebuilt so we can root.
 
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okibi

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@OP

Thank you for making the Rom.
Tried few times to install it to no avail.
Every time hangs on M logo.
While installing, the fastboot.exe stopped working
with this error: invalid sparse file format at header magi
Any thoughts?

Thank you.

Did you make sure you unlocked your moto 360? It will say unlocked on the bootloader screen. This is a must. Also, do you have the drivers installed correctly?
 
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jutley

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Mar 23, 2006
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Is it possible to have a fully working android rom on the watch but modified to fit the round screen? Not android wear I mean proper full android lollipop.
 

samteeee

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Thank you for replying.
Yup to unlock, No to drivers. I presumed I already have the 360 drivers.
I'd try the drivers and report back.

Thanks.




I installed and checked the drivers to no avail.
Also FYI, I tried on my OSX machine and it crashed
it at exactly the same step on the process instead of
"fastboot.exe" error.
Anything else must I do???
 

okibi

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In an effort to get more people able to root their watches or install my custom ROM, I'm building a 3d printed connector for the Moto 360 instead of using the hacked together jigg. I'm trying to finish it up this week and will have them on sale either this weekend or sometime next week.
 

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    4ndr01d presents
    Gohma
    "Android Wear the way it should be" for the Moto 360


    gohma.jpg


    Features
    improved battery life
    reduced lag between screens
    improved overall performance
    increased vibration intensity
    other surprises!


    Changelog
    2.3 v2 (md5: 043cc6a77826765997a3ae0c58537564)
    fixed issue with installer (should install fine now from all computers)
    fixed issue with return to stock (will return you to full stock watch)

    2.3 (md5: b141f38d89be41759e0af4d12ab8a2b8)
    initial port to Moto 360 (based on 5.0.1)
    fixed issue with tweaks file
    improved overall performance

    Download

    Download ROM from 4ndr01d

    Instructions
    1. follow instructions in the zip file, do not attempt to flash!
    2. let watch sit for a few minutes once booted to settle (a lot is done on first boot)

    Credits
    Google - for Android!
    You guys - for all your support and feedback!
    15
    In an effort to get more people able to root their watches or install my custom ROM, I'm building a 3d printed connector for the Moto 360 instead of using the hacked together jigg. I'm trying to finish it up this week and will have them on sale either this weekend or sometime next week.
    12
    Just a quick update, Gohma ROM has not been abandoned. I've just been going through physical therapy lately from some issues I've had going on. I plan on updating the ROM very soon!
    10
    @okibi I want to thank you for working hard to develop these things for us! I, personally, have not installed it yet because I am waiting for a cable, which brings up my question: About how much will they cost when you begin to sell them?

    Firstly I'd like to mention that the cable I'm building has a proper adapter on the end and plugs right into the opening on the moto 360 with a nice snug fit. There is no need for a mount to hold it steady like those other cables people have been making.

    I'm trying to get the cables to be no more than $25 and I'm pretty much there I think. I hope to have a final version of the prototypes done tonight to show you guys and maybe start selling them this coming week.
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    Is this something we can do with adb commands? Is there an OTA service that I can kill? Or is there a FOTA kill apk I can sideload?

    Yeah, just do this to disable ota updates:
    Code:
    adb shell
    su
    mount -o rw,remount /system
    mount -o rw,remount /cache
    mv /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip.bak
    rm -f /cache/update.zip
    reboot
    And to re-enable updates,
    Code:
    adb shell
    su
    mount -o rw,remount /system
    mv /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip.bak /system/etc/security/otacerts.zip
    reboot