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[ROM] GRI40 (2.3.3) system dump + unmodified stock ROM + rooted ROM, etc.

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dsixda

Inactive Recognized Developer
Nov 1, 2007
9,588
5,305
Ottawa
I am not a ROM 'chef' or 'cooker' by any means. This is just for people who simply want the full stock experience on their Nexus One. If you want a fancy ROM, request the real ROM developers in this forum.


Stock GRI40 (2.3.3 Gingerbread) ROM*

Nothing modified - ie. NOT ROOTED, requires custom recovery
Will be useful for future OTA updates
http://www.multiupload.com/7PFE6QVIEO

(To root the above ROM, flash the su.zip attachment below. It won't break functionality for future OTA updates)



Modified GRI40 (2.3.3 Gingerbread) ROM*

Rooted, De-odexed, Busybox, Apps2SD, Cache2SD, ZipAligned, Disabled Stock Recovery
Includes tkirton's Darktremor Apps2SD, which requires EXT3 partition on SD (only if you want this feature enabled)
http://www.multiupload.com/ALXR48D3YI




*Requires Hboot 0.35.0017:
http://www.mediafire.com/?q3rcfc6l4r9no8d
Code:
fastboot flash hboot hboot.img

(Or just flash hboot through this update.zip found here. Thanks efrant)


*Requires Radio 32.41.00.32U_5.08.00.04:
http://www.mediafire.com/?rgarixj28mbmhej
Code:
fastboot flash radio radio.img

(Or just flash radio through this update.zip found here. Thanks G0belet)


FOR FASTBOOT MODE, reset Nexus One while holding down trackball, then:

1) Go to PC and open an ADB shell
2) Copy boot.img/hboot.img to the same folder as your ADB session
3) Type the fastboot commands shown above



System Dump for devs (system.img, boot.img, radio.img, unrooted):
http://www.mediafire.com/?8f4dllu89t7ufhq


NOTE:
I'm not planning on doing any more mods to this, but if you wish to customize this ROM to your liking then use something like my HTC Android Kitchen. To set up, please read the FAQ posted in the kitchen thread.
 

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death1246

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Jan 24, 2010
640
94
Florida
im wondering.. is hardware aceleration enabled? if so does this mean FPS will now be more than 14-25 especially with LWP's on will it no longer lag my helix launcher?
 

Hollow.Droid

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2010
697
185
im wondering.. is hardware aceleration enabled? if so does this mean FPS will now be more than 14-25 especially with LWP's on will it no longer lag my helix launcher?

Nope I don't believe this is HW accelerated. I think that comes with > GB builds. For a taste of HW acceleration you might want to try the HC port, it's impressively smooth for a build not optimized for our hardware or screen size.
 

xghostyxjokerx

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Sep 26, 2009
919
13
I am not a ROM 'chef' or 'cooker' by any means. This is just for people who simply want the full stock experience on their Nexus One. If you want a fancy ROM, request the real ROM developers in this forum.


Stock GRI40 (2.3.3 Gingerbread) ROM for flashing* (nothing modified, requires custom recovery)

http://www.multiupload.com/7PFE6QVIEO

*Requires Hboot 0.35.0017:
http://www.mediafire.com/?q3rcfc6l4r9no8d
Code:
fastboot flash hboot hboot.img

*Requires Radio 32.41.00.32U_5.08.00.04:
http://www.mediafire.com/?rgarixj28mbmhej
Code:
fastboot flash radio radio.img

FOR FASTBOOT MODE, reset Nexus One while holding down trackball, then:

1) Go to PC and open an ADB shell
2) Copy boot.img/hboot.img to the same folder as your ADB session
3) Type the fastboot commands shown above


System Dump for devs (system.img, boot.img, radio.img, unrooted):
http://www.mediafire.com/?8f4dllu89t7ufhq


NOTE:
I'm not planning on doing any mods to this, but if you wish to customize this ROM to your liking then use something like my HTC Android Kitchen. To set up, please read the FAQ posted in the kitchen thread.


um is this a root version of the stock rom or just a regular stock rom??
 

knightnz

Senior Member
Dec 12, 2009
1,694
270
Wellington
but this is the New Nexus GB Build 2.3.3 that apparently contins the drivers used in the HC build..

AFAIK only Googles semi-proprietary WebM support is hardware accelerated, and as virtually nothing uses it yet, it's not very useful.

I'm not even sure that this IS the case, I'm unable to find ANY official (i.e not blogger guesses/speculation) word that there's any form of hardware acceleration on the N1 via 2.3.3.

Is there an official 2.2.x --> 2.3.x changelog anywhere?
 

knightnz

Senior Member
Dec 12, 2009
1,694
270
Wellington
um is this a root version of the stock rom or just a regular stock rom??

a) Don't quote a whole screenful of post for a 1-line request

b) It's unmodified stock which means NOT rooted.

Either install it and re-root it yourself, wait for the changes to be merged with CM7, or wait for a pre-rooted build which will probably be available in a matter of minutes.

To self-root, flash Superuser from this thread from recovery: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=682828
 
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craigacgomez

Senior Member
Jan 29, 2010
2,106
3,799
Tustin
Thanks OP... was planning on getting a dump for myself... but u just made my life simpler... thanks to ur dump, I have GRI40 build on my phone... stock + de-odexed + rooted
 

Hollow.Droid

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2010
697
185
but this is the New Nexus GB Build 2.3.3 that apparently contins the drivers used in the HC build..

Yep, although the drivers seem to be compatible for HW acceleration, GB itself doesn't seem to use this feature. The I build (Ice cream sandwich or whatever it will be called) will most likely have HW acceleration built in. Although far from extensive you can see that only HC has the feature currenty:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_version_history
 

jayfallen

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Feb 23, 2010
305
85
i cannot download the file within GFW...is there any mirror available?

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    I am not a ROM 'chef' or 'cooker' by any means. This is just for people who simply want the full stock experience on their Nexus One. If you want a fancy ROM, request the real ROM developers in this forum.


    Stock GRI40 (2.3.3 Gingerbread) ROM*

    Nothing modified - ie. NOT ROOTED, requires custom recovery
    Will be useful for future OTA updates
    http://www.multiupload.com/7PFE6QVIEO

    (To root the above ROM, flash the su.zip attachment below. It won't break functionality for future OTA updates)



    Modified GRI40 (2.3.3 Gingerbread) ROM*

    Rooted, De-odexed, Busybox, Apps2SD, Cache2SD, ZipAligned, Disabled Stock Recovery
    Includes tkirton's Darktremor Apps2SD, which requires EXT3 partition on SD (only if you want this feature enabled)
    http://www.multiupload.com/ALXR48D3YI




    *Requires Hboot 0.35.0017:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?q3rcfc6l4r9no8d
    Code:
    fastboot flash hboot hboot.img

    (Or just flash hboot through this update.zip found here. Thanks efrant)


    *Requires Radio 32.41.00.32U_5.08.00.04:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?rgarixj28mbmhej
    Code:
    fastboot flash radio radio.img

    (Or just flash radio through this update.zip found here. Thanks G0belet)


    FOR FASTBOOT MODE, reset Nexus One while holding down trackball, then:

    1) Go to PC and open an ADB shell
    2) Copy boot.img/hboot.img to the same folder as your ADB session
    3) Type the fastboot commands shown above



    System Dump for devs (system.img, boot.img, radio.img, unrooted):
    http://www.mediafire.com/?8f4dllu89t7ufhq


    NOTE:
    I'm not planning on doing any more mods to this, but if you wish to customize this ROM to your liking then use something like my HTC Android Kitchen. To set up, please read the FAQ posted in the kitchen thread.
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    I have updated the first post with the version I now use on my phone.

    - rooted
    - de-odexed
    - busybox
    - apps2sd
    - cache2sd
    - zipaligned
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    oh, do i need to do complete wipe if i'm coming from your FRG83G ?

    You shouldn't have to if you're using a stock or near-stock version.
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    Thank you Dsixda- nice to see here aswel! Am a very indebted ex-user of your Onyx ROMs while I had my 'HTC Touch'.. your ROMs were wonderful :)

    Hope you're doing good! God bless~

    Sent from my Formels Nexus One using XDA App
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    quick preview

    hey guys just did i quick video of the rom in action. I did notice something new though. The market app doesnt show up until you log into google...1st time I've noticed it. Meh anyway here's the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU8o6ab4k38