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eSPyeL

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Par·a·gon n.
1. A model of excellence or perfection of a kind; a peerless example


This ROM has been in the making for several weeks. It's finally to the point where I feel it is ready for release. The biggest holdup for me was getting GPS working perfectly on JPY. After a long beta testing period and with the help of beta testers it's finally ready for you to enjoy.

Changelog in second post.

FEATURES
  • JS3 Base rom - Deodexed, zipaligned and png optimized
  • Bloat removed
  • Paragon Kernel - OC/UV up to 1.4ghz (no OC by default - use Voltage Control app). Optimized for speed and battery life. Several kernel options available: 1200, 1280, 1300, 1344 and 1400mhz. More on kernel in 3rd post.
  • JK4 Modem - I've done a lot of testing with the others and keep coming back to JK4
  • My own custom theme. Used elements from several of my favorite themes along with my own original ideas. Came out looking really nice.
  • Ad Blocking
  • Android ID fix
  • My own custom blend of transition and window animations
  • References to video calling removed from phone, contacts, etc.
  • Modified camera - take pictures with power button
  • Boot and shutdown animations
  • Extended power menu
  • Apps updated to latest versions
  • Customized Launcher2 (removed default widgets, favorites, etc.)
  • Gingerbread keyboard with working haptic feedback
  • Swype
  • Working bluetooth (voice dialing included)
  • Wired headset working
  • Amazing GPS - 12/12 sat lock within seconds. Fantastic tracking!(make sure use Wireless Networks is turned OFF in settings) No other changes needed. Everything is preconfigured.
  • Backlight Notifications - Blinky App included
  • Lagfix applied on first boot (all EXT4)
  • Kernel tweaks applied by default
  • Voodoo Sound 4
  • 5 Lockscreens
  • Headphone calling support
  • Modded 3d gallery
  • Removed annoying fully charged audible and icon notifications
  • Wifi battery drain fix
  • buttons light up on screen press
  • Call recording

Video Review
Removed

SCREENSHOTS - (OUTDATED. Need to update for RC6)

Lockscreen:
g55TF.png


Clean homescreen (add your own shortcuts/widgets)
8O6rJ.png


Notifications
fz287.png


sWgn1.png


GPS Test - this was taken in dense fog on an extremely cloudy night.
zWnfb.png


Extended power menu
tNfMA.png


Keyboard
UAQCI.png



DOWNLOAD - Paragon RC6 -
http://www.multiupload.com/GIANEZJHQ7
Mirror - Thanks deanhatescoffee for the mirror!


INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
  1. BACKUP First!
  2. Flash back to stock via Odin.
  3. Master clear RECOMMENDED (THIS WILL DELETE EVERYTHING ON YOUR PHONE!).
  4. Copy ROM and attached update.zip to SD Card.
  5. Reboot into recovery.
  6. Choose Reinstall packages (might have to do twice).
  7. Choose Install zip from sdcard.
  8. Choose zip from sdcard.

It will take a long time to reboot. It should ask you if you want to backup and restore. Please select this option. It will automatically apply the lagfix. After it boots for the first time let the phone sit for a couple of minutes. Then reboot again and the install will be complete.

Enjoy!

Paragon Themes - 6.0 compatible only!
Thanks to bentonhall for putting all these together! Thanks to CapnPez for the boot animations!

Default
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-defaultblack-theme-cwm.zip - Default Green/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-defaultstock-theme-cwm.zip - Default Green/Stock

Red
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-redblack-theme-cwm.zip - Red/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-redstock-theme-cwm.zip - Red/Stock

Blue
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-blueblack-theme-cwm.zip - Blue/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-bluestock-theme-cwm.zip - Blue/Stock

Orange
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-orangeblack-theme-cwm.zip - Orange/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-orangestock-theme-cwm.zip - Orange/Stock

Purple
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-purpleblack-theme-cwm.zip - Purple/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-purplestock-theme-cwm.zip - Purple/Stock

Yellow -
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-yellowblack-theme-cwm.zip - Yellow/Black
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-yellowstock-theme-cwm.zip - Yellow/Stock


CREDITS
Lancez - testing/feedback
CapnPez - testing/feedback and bootanimations
Reefermatness - theme tips, used elements from Darkness theme
MikeMike01 - guide for removing video call references from contacts
hardcore (kernel based on speedmod k13a)
raspdeep
plasticdarlow - theme elements
supercurio - voodoo sound
dena994 - theme elements
MagnusRagnarok - animations
deanhatescoffee - Thanks for the mirror!
laststufo
di11igaf - button light up on screen press mod
Tonicacid - the awesome shutdown animation
r64 - theme elements
bentonhall - blue theme
Goldieking - boot animation
Working on list of credits. Don't want to forget anyone...
 

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eSPyeL

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Changelog

03/02/11
-More themes added!

02/22/11 - RC6
- updated titanium backup
- updated voodoo sound control app
- added lcddensity
- added miuimusic player
- added dialer tones
- apps and theme multi dpi compatible
- added rotary unlock (5 lockscreens)
- call recording
- 2g/3g toggle in settings
- theme overhaul
- notification menu much slimmer and faster
- gps tweak
- new kernel - based off speedmod k13a
- usb car dock support
- neutral/warm/cold color option, selectable from recovery
- disable minimum auto-brightness level option, selectable from recovery
- usb debugging enabled by default
- fixed smoke live wallpapers


02/08/11 - RC5.1
- added fixed gallery3d.apk
- removed text messages from call log
- buttons light up when screen pressed
- samsung keyboard fixed

02/03/11 - RC5
- rebuilt on JS3 - zipaligned, deodexed and optimized all apps and framework
-New Kernel(s)
- based off speedmod k12t
- went back to single speed overclocks. Many versions available 1200,1280,1300,1344, and 1400 in both 100hz and 500hz forms (see 3rd post for more kernel information)
- Voodoo Sound 4
- improved gps
- voltagecontrol app back to 2.0rc2 due to new kernels
- added modded 3d gallery app (fixes a battery drain issue)
- annoying fully charged icon and audible notification removed
- updated voodoo sound app
- updated all system apps that had updates
- updated titanium backup
- tweaked animation speeds
- removed some sql from init scripts and moved to default settings
- removed fm radio references from kernel and voodoo app


1/26/11 - RC4
-new kernel
- based off speedmod k12q - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=893880
- OC up to 1.6ghz.
- Use voltage control app to enable OC frequencies. No OC by default.
- OC options include 1120, 1200, 1300, 1400, 1500, and 1600mhz. 1200mhz should be stable for just about everyone. 1300 for most. Very few will be able to go above 1400 and stay stable. Please see shaolin95's OC/UV Guide
- voodoo sound 2
- 339mb ram
- Kernel HZ set to 100
- voodoo sound 2

- fixed timer notification
- optimized and aligned framework - everything super smooth
- voltage control app 2.3
- updated ad blocking
- optimized init scripts
- fixed animations turning back on after reboot
- updated market
- updated flash
- added spareparts
- added voodoo sound app



1/20/11
- Added animation options to original post.

1/19/11 - RC3
- Updated Swype
- Battery charging animation fixed
- Browser fix for distored sounds on streaming radio sites (thanks shaolin95)
- 4 Lockscreens - switch in Settings->Display->Unlock Screen
- dark text on dark background notification during market download fixed
- AppWidgetPicker added
- cleaner extended power menu
- various theme tweaks/changes (darker transparent menus, etc.)

1/16/11 - RC2
- Added Voodoo Sound

1/16/11 - RC 1.1
- fixed haptic feedback on home button
- fixed live wallpapers


DOWNLOAD RC6 UPDATE (only for flashing from RC5+ to RC6) -
http://www.multiupload.com/SFE7K31TK1
MIRROR - http://xda.deanhatescoffee.com/roms/paragon-rc6-update-cwm.zip


Download link for full ROM in Original post.
 
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eSPyeL

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Paragon Kernel

Based on speedmod k13a kernel.

Hardcore deserves all the credit here for the awesome speedmod kernel. I have taken his kernel and added OC/UV support and compiled several different versions. The default paragon kernel is OC to 1.2ghz with HZ set to 100hz. No OC by default. Turn on from voltage control app.

From Hardcore's 'What is speedmod kernel page':
- Based on JPX Froyo kernel source code
- 340MB RAM
- Voice calls: audio works with standard stereo headphones and phone mic
- Voice calls: louder earpiece volume and tweaked mic gain to reduced distortion
- Recordings: corrected mic gain to remove audio distortion from video recordings
- Slight boost to rear speaker volume level
- Improvements to FM radio sound quality
- Headphone output boost with support for Voodoo Sound application
- Improved sharpness: enabled AMOLED mode in MDNIE processing
- Superb text clarity: Removed over-sharpening of the screen
- Better colors
- Enhanced version of sztupy's Universal Lagfix
- Safest ext4 mount options
- Supports ext2 / ext3 / ext4 / ext4nj / jfs lagfixes (only ext4 is recommended)
- Supports conversion of /system partition
- Minimum brightness lowered by 30% for comfortable low-light use
- Auto-Brightness adjusted to keep the screen dimmer longer in low light
- Auto-Brightness adjusted to make the screen brighter earlier in bright light
- Auto-Brightness sensor polling interval increased from 0.5s to 1.2s
(Saves battery and makes brightness levels more stable)
- Disabled kernel debug logging
- Disabled Android debug logger (can be re-enabled via Tweaks)
- Replaced kernel jhash2 with jhash3
- Battery level polling frequency reduced from 5s to 60s
- Tweaks for CFQ IO scheduler
- Tweaks for VM parameters
- Tweaks for increased Battery Life
- Updated ext4 code in kernel
- Properly working Tiny RCU patch for better speed and efficiency
- Updated lowmemorykiler from Android git
- Includes neldar's BackLightNotification 2.3
- Compiled using latest Codesourcery 2010.09-51
- Better GPS performance
- usb car dock support

Please see shaolin95's OC/UV Guide for instructions on how to get a stable OC/UV system.

ClockworkMod Flashable Versions

100hz

1200mhz - Default kernel
1280mhz
1300mhz
1344mhz
1400mhz
 
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Now this came out of the blue rigth when I am about to test Darky 8.1 and Serendipty 3.5 so I guess I would give this one a shot first!
Do you have that Wifi fix applied here?
Also, any problem using a different modem?
Thanks!
 
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Why now when I have 11% battery.... Guess I'll flash tomorrow and possibly see if any bugs arise. This looks fantastic though.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I897 using XDA App
 

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Now this came out of the blue rigth when I am about to test Darky 8.1 and Serendipty 3.5 so I guess I would give this one a shot first!
Do you have that Wifi fix applied here?
Also, any problem using a different modem?
Thanks!

Don't you LOVE it when that happens, too many ROM's not enough Cappy's
Looks really nice from the screens. Congrats on your ROM! I'll give it a run and get you some feedback when I have a moment to flash it
 
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I am getting ready to flash...love tryng a new kernel that is not too far from my normal 1344 overclock...maybe I can convince him to give it one or two more steps so I can still do 1344 with his kernel :)
 

Hydro360

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TEXAS!!!
cant wait to see the reviews looks amazing. sticking with darky for right now loving the 2.3.1 bugger is fast smooth and so far great battery life. might be willing to give this a try though
 

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OK
always interested in trying a new kernel..thats usually where the 'good' stuff can be found :D

any way we might get a full list of whats in the kernel besides the OC? Im a bit of a stickler and since i know what all the optimizations are after countless nights of reading i like knowing what people have included in their kernels.

ROM looks awesome will give it a go when my battery is fully charged
 

eSPyeL

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Now this came out of the blue rigth when I am about to test Darky 8.1 and Serendipty 3.5 so I guess I would give this one a shot first!
Do you have that Wifi fix applied here?
Also, any problem using a different modem?
Thanks!

It is using the wifi fix. No problem using a different modem. Feel free to use whatever works best for you. JK4 just works best for me.
 
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eSPyeL

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Don't you LOVE it when that happens, too many ROM's not enough Cappy's
Looks really nice from the screens. Congrats on your ROM! I'll give it a run and get you some feedback when I have a moment to flash it

Why now when I have 11% battery.... Guess I'll flash tomorrow and possibly see if any bugs arise. This looks fantastic though.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I897 using XDA App

downloading now....

gonna test this out in the morning.... screens look great.

Really excited for this ROM! Blow me away!

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I897 using XDA App

Looks much better on the phone than on the screens! :D
 

eSPyeL

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always interested in trying a new kernel..thats usually where the 'good' stuff can be found :D

any way we might get a full list of whats in the kernel besides the OC? Im a bit of a stickler and since i know what all the optimizations are after countless nights of reading i like knowing what people have included in their kernels.

ROM looks awesome will give it a go when my battery is fully charged

sweet! downloading right now.
what's new/different in the kernel? seems like an oc'd speedmod?

I'll be making a new post for the kernel in the morning. I'm too tired right now, but basically it's a tweaked speedmod k12k kernel with OC/UV. Details will be in the kernel post.
 
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    Par·a·gon n.
    1. A model of excellence or perfection of a kind; a peerless example


    This ROM has been in the making for several weeks. It's finally to the point where I feel it is ready for release. The biggest holdup for me was getting GPS working perfectly on JPY. After a long beta testing period and with the help of beta testers it's finally ready for you to enjoy.

    Changelog in second post.

    FEATURES
    • JS3 Base rom - Deodexed, zipaligned and png optimized
    • Bloat removed
    • Paragon Kernel - OC/UV up to 1.4ghz (no OC by default - use Voltage Control app). Optimized for speed and battery life. Several kernel options available: 1200, 1280, 1300, 1344 and 1400mhz. More on kernel in 3rd post.
    • JK4 Modem - I've done a lot of testing with the others and keep coming back to JK4
    • My own custom theme. Used elements from several of my favorite themes along with my own original ideas. Came out looking really nice.
    • Ad Blocking
    • Android ID fix
    • My own custom blend of transition and window animations
    • References to video calling removed from phone, contacts, etc.
    • Modified camera - take pictures with power button
    • Boot and shutdown animations
    • Extended power menu
    • Apps updated to latest versions
    • Customized Launcher2 (removed default widgets, favorites, etc.)
    • Gingerbread keyboard with working haptic feedback
    • Swype
    • Working bluetooth (voice dialing included)
    • Wired headset working
    • Amazing GPS - 12/12 sat lock within seconds. Fantastic tracking!(make sure use Wireless Networks is turned OFF in settings) No other changes needed. Everything is preconfigured.
    • Backlight Notifications - Blinky App included
    • Lagfix applied on first boot (all EXT4)
    • Kernel tweaks applied by default
    • Voodoo Sound 4
    • 5 Lockscreens
    • Headphone calling support
    • Modded 3d gallery
    • Removed annoying fully charged audible and icon notifications
    • Wifi battery drain fix
    • buttons light up on screen press
    • Call recording

    Video Review
    Removed

    SCREENSHOTS - (OUTDATED. Need to update for RC6)

    Lockscreen:
    g55TF.png


    Clean homescreen (add your own shortcuts/widgets)
    8O6rJ.png


    Notifications
    fz287.png


    sWgn1.png


    GPS Test - this was taken in dense fog on an extremely cloudy night.
    zWnfb.png


    Extended power menu
    tNfMA.png


    Keyboard
    UAQCI.png



    DOWNLOAD - Paragon RC6 -
    http://www.multiupload.com/GIANEZJHQ7
    Mirror - Thanks deanhatescoffee for the mirror!


    INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
    1. BACKUP First!
    2. Flash back to stock via Odin.
    3. Master clear RECOMMENDED (THIS WILL DELETE EVERYTHING ON YOUR PHONE!).
    4. Copy ROM and attached update.zip to SD Card.
    5. Reboot into recovery.
    6. Choose Reinstall packages (might have to do twice).
    7. Choose Install zip from sdcard.
    8. Choose zip from sdcard.

    It will take a long time to reboot. It should ask you if you want to backup and restore. Please select this option. It will automatically apply the lagfix. After it boots for the first time let the phone sit for a couple of minutes. Then reboot again and the install will be complete.

    Enjoy!

    Paragon Themes - 6.0 compatible only!
    Thanks to bentonhall for putting all these together! Thanks to CapnPez for the boot animations!

    Default
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-defaultblack-theme-cwm.zip - Default Green/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-defaultstock-theme-cwm.zip - Default Green/Stock

    Red
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-redblack-theme-cwm.zip - Red/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-redstock-theme-cwm.zip - Red/Stock

    Blue
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-blueblack-theme-cwm.zip - Blue/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-bluestock-theme-cwm.zip - Blue/Stock

    Orange
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-orangeblack-theme-cwm.zip - Orange/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-orangestock-theme-cwm.zip - Orange/Stock

    Purple
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-purpleblack-theme-cwm.zip - Purple/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-purplestock-theme-cwm.zip - Purple/Stock

    Yellow -
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-yellowblack-theme-cwm.zip - Yellow/Black
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18659421/paragon-rc6-yellowstock-theme-cwm.zip - Yellow/Stock


    CREDITS
    Lancez - testing/feedback
    CapnPez - testing/feedback and bootanimations
    Reefermatness - theme tips, used elements from Darkness theme
    MikeMike01 - guide for removing video call references from contacts
    hardcore (kernel based on speedmod k13a)
    raspdeep
    plasticdarlow - theme elements
    supercurio - voodoo sound
    dena994 - theme elements
    MagnusRagnarok - animations
    deanhatescoffee - Thanks for the mirror!
    laststufo
    di11igaf - button light up on screen press mod
    Tonicacid - the awesome shutdown animation
    r64 - theme elements
    bentonhall - blue theme
    Goldieking - boot animation
    Working on list of credits. Don't want to forget anyone...
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    Mini Overclocking Guide

    Programs Required for testing:
    #1 Stability Test
    #2 Neocore (please note that most kernels, except SuckerPunch to my knowledge are capped at 56FPS so with Neocore you will max out at about 55.7FPS while running SuckPunch you will get about 64FPS giving the impression that it is much faster when in fact this is due to the unlocked FPS)


    You can download both from the market.

    Intro:
    First of all, please realize that no two CPUs are created equal. Just like with PC Overclocking, there is the luck of the draw involved here so just because one person can do 1.4Ghz it does not mean you will be able to do so nor it means that my UV settings will work for you.
    Achieving 1.2Ghz should be feasible for almost all users since most of the code for it was already done by Samsung themselves. After that point though, it is a matter of luck. Many users can do 1.3Ghz but getting into 1.4Ghz the chances of stability drop dramatically.
    I have yet to see anyone do 1.5Ghz or 1.6Ghz stable. I can do a few runs of Linpack at best.
    So, start at 1.2Ghz and try to achieve stability with the lowest possible UV settings you can get to improve your battery life then when fully stable, go for a bit more speed if you like until you find your limit.

    Process:
    The following is the process I use to get 100% stability. Of course, you can use your own or tweak as you like as this is hardly the bible of overclocking…I just hope it gives you a good idea on how to achieve stability.
    I normally use these settings for 1200Mhz:
    1200Mhz @ -100
    1120Mhz @ -100
    1000Mhz @ -100
    900Mhz @ -100
    800Mhz @ -100
    400Mhz @ -100
    200Mhz @ -100
    100Mhz @ -100


    After setting those up , click the Apply Now button but do not save to the Boot settings until you are sure they are stable for you.
    To check stability I first run the Stability Test program and let it loop about 30 times (50 recommended)
    If it fails give it another shot if it fails again then it is time to adjust the voltages for 1200Mhz.
    My experience has been that Stability Test crashes to the home screen when it needs more voltage so if it crashes for you change the UV to -75 and test again.
    When you are able to pass that test , you can go to Neocore and try looping Neocore and let it running for about 5 to 10 minutes.
    If Neocore freezes, at least for my phone, it means that voltage is too high so I need to drop the UV.
    Right there is where the whole trick is. Trying to find what UV voltage is enough for Stability Test to pass but still low enough so that Neocore does not freeze.
    This takes a lot of trial and error specially when going for 1.4Ghz!
    Another thing is that the UV setting for the frequency below the one you are going for, like 1120 and 1000 for example, do have an effect on the stability you are trying to achieve on 1200Mhz because the phone does not seem to like big voltage jumps .
    Some times changing the voltage for the frequency below the one you are adjusting is a good way of achieving stability.
    This becomes more important when for example you find out that changing 1.2Ghz to -50 gives you stability for Stability Test but then you need -75 in order to pass Neocore test. What do you do then? What I have done with relative success is , use -75 but then increase the voltage to the frequencies below 1200.
    For example if I had
    1200Mhz @ -75
    1120Mhz @ -100
    1000Mhz @ -100

    I would change it to:

    1200Mhz @ -75
    1120Mhz @ -75
    1000Mhz @ -75

    then test Stability Test to see if those changes help you pass it without having to increase the voltage for 1.2Ghz directly thus avoiding the Neocore freezing issue.

    Another process some users are doing is just run Neocore for about 30 minutes and it seems to be a good alternative for some. Guess it all depends on your particular phone.

    So, as you can image, this means a LOT of trial and error and restarts of your phone. For 1.2Ghz it should be painless but if you want to go higher, prepare to do a lot of the steps above.

    Another thing to consider is that some phones seem to work better with kernels that only have one top speed after 1Ghz as opposed to kernels that offer multiple speed options so this is yet another variable to work with.

    Also, remember that to restart your phone, there is no need to pull out the battery. Just press and hold the Volume Up and Power button and it will restart.

    I am sure this guide can be done a lot better and will be glad to add or edit with any recommendations you can offer.
    I hope this helps some of you trying to push your phones to the limits and have fun!

    UPDATE for CM7 Users
    The steps above should be fine for CM7 as well but I have noticed, at least with my phone , that video players are VERY good for stability testing CM7. When the voltage is a bit low on my screen it creates some artifacts, usually green spots that come up and go in random areas until it freezes.
    My favorite player for CM7 is moboplayer btw.
    Just an extra hint but you might be able to find a program that fits your phone better as they are all quite unique. :)

    Important Note for CM7 users getting many FCs like google service or android service.
    CM7 has a much smaller data space for application installs and every time I get to that limit my phone gets crazy with FCs. You can check that by going to your applications and launching the TERMINAL application then type df (in lower case) and pressing Enter.
    Look at the top table listed for /datadata and make sure you have some available space.
    As long as I keep that from filling up (in fact I try to leave it at less than 80-90 percent filled) my phone works like a charm.
    You can use an app like APP2SD to move application data to the SD card to free up space.

    See screenshot for the /datadata location

    Regards
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    Changelog

    03/02/11
    -More themes added!

    02/22/11 - RC6
    - updated titanium backup
    - updated voodoo sound control app
    - added lcddensity
    - added miuimusic player
    - added dialer tones
    - apps and theme multi dpi compatible
    - added rotary unlock (5 lockscreens)
    - call recording
    - 2g/3g toggle in settings
    - theme overhaul
    - notification menu much slimmer and faster
    - gps tweak
    - new kernel - based off speedmod k13a
    - usb car dock support
    - neutral/warm/cold color option, selectable from recovery
    - disable minimum auto-brightness level option, selectable from recovery
    - usb debugging enabled by default
    - fixed smoke live wallpapers


    02/08/11 - RC5.1
    - added fixed gallery3d.apk
    - removed text messages from call log
    - buttons light up when screen pressed
    - samsung keyboard fixed

    02/03/11 - RC5
    - rebuilt on JS3 - zipaligned, deodexed and optimized all apps and framework
    -New Kernel(s)
    - based off speedmod k12t
    - went back to single speed overclocks. Many versions available 1200,1280,1300,1344, and 1400 in both 100hz and 500hz forms (see 3rd post for more kernel information)
    - Voodoo Sound 4
    - improved gps
    - voltagecontrol app back to 2.0rc2 due to new kernels
    - added modded 3d gallery app (fixes a battery drain issue)
    - annoying fully charged icon and audible notification removed
    - updated voodoo sound app
    - updated all system apps that had updates
    - updated titanium backup
    - tweaked animation speeds
    - removed some sql from init scripts and moved to default settings
    - removed fm radio references from kernel and voodoo app


    1/26/11 - RC4
    -new kernel
    - based off speedmod k12q - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=893880
    - OC up to 1.6ghz.
    - Use voltage control app to enable OC frequencies. No OC by default.
    - OC options include 1120, 1200, 1300, 1400, 1500, and 1600mhz. 1200mhz should be stable for just about everyone. 1300 for most. Very few will be able to go above 1400 and stay stable. Please see shaolin95's OC/UV Guide
    - voodoo sound 2
    - 339mb ram
    - Kernel HZ set to 100
    - voodoo sound 2

    - fixed timer notification
    - optimized and aligned framework - everything super smooth
    - voltage control app 2.3
    - updated ad blocking
    - optimized init scripts
    - fixed animations turning back on after reboot
    - updated market
    - updated flash
    - added spareparts
    - added voodoo sound app



    1/20/11
    - Added animation options to original post.

    1/19/11 - RC3
    - Updated Swype
    - Battery charging animation fixed
    - Browser fix for distored sounds on streaming radio sites (thanks shaolin95)
    - 4 Lockscreens - switch in Settings->Display->Unlock Screen
    - dark text on dark background notification during market download fixed
    - AppWidgetPicker added
    - cleaner extended power menu
    - various theme tweaks/changes (darker transparent menus, etc.)

    1/16/11 - RC2
    - Added Voodoo Sound

    1/16/11 - RC 1.1
    - fixed haptic feedback on home button
    - fixed live wallpapers


    DOWNLOAD RC6 UPDATE (only for flashing from RC5+ to RC6) -
    http://www.multiupload.com/SFE7K31TK1
    MIRROR - http://xda.deanhatescoffee.com/roms/paragon-rc6-update-cwm.zip


    Download link for full ROM in Original post.
    13
    Paragon Kernel

    Based on speedmod k13a kernel.

    Hardcore deserves all the credit here for the awesome speedmod kernel. I have taken his kernel and added OC/UV support and compiled several different versions. The default paragon kernel is OC to 1.2ghz with HZ set to 100hz. No OC by default. Turn on from voltage control app.

    From Hardcore's 'What is speedmod kernel page':
    - Based on JPX Froyo kernel source code
    - 340MB RAM
    - Voice calls: audio works with standard stereo headphones and phone mic
    - Voice calls: louder earpiece volume and tweaked mic gain to reduced distortion
    - Recordings: corrected mic gain to remove audio distortion from video recordings
    - Slight boost to rear speaker volume level
    - Improvements to FM radio sound quality
    - Headphone output boost with support for Voodoo Sound application
    - Improved sharpness: enabled AMOLED mode in MDNIE processing
    - Superb text clarity: Removed over-sharpening of the screen
    - Better colors
    - Enhanced version of sztupy's Universal Lagfix
    - Safest ext4 mount options
    - Supports ext2 / ext3 / ext4 / ext4nj / jfs lagfixes (only ext4 is recommended)
    - Supports conversion of /system partition
    - Minimum brightness lowered by 30% for comfortable low-light use
    - Auto-Brightness adjusted to keep the screen dimmer longer in low light
    - Auto-Brightness adjusted to make the screen brighter earlier in bright light
    - Auto-Brightness sensor polling interval increased from 0.5s to 1.2s
    (Saves battery and makes brightness levels more stable)
    - Disabled kernel debug logging
    - Disabled Android debug logger (can be re-enabled via Tweaks)
    - Replaced kernel jhash2 with jhash3
    - Battery level polling frequency reduced from 5s to 60s
    - Tweaks for CFQ IO scheduler
    - Tweaks for VM parameters
    - Tweaks for increased Battery Life
    - Updated ext4 code in kernel
    - Properly working Tiny RCU patch for better speed and efficiency
    - Updated lowmemorykiler from Android git
    - Includes neldar's BackLightNotification 2.3
    - Compiled using latest Codesourcery 2010.09-51
    - Better GPS performance
    - usb car dock support

    Please see shaolin95's OC/UV Guide for instructions on how to get a stable OC/UV system.

    ClockworkMod Flashable Versions

    100hz

    1200mhz - Default kernel
    1280mhz
    1300mhz
    1344mhz
    1400mhz
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    To everyone who has been requesting colour changes for wallpapers, I present a mini-tutorial.

    1. Open your image in GIMP.


    2. On the Menu Bar, click on Colour/Hue Saturation
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    3. Now there are three sliders that you can fool around with.
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    (FYI Master changes ALL colours. Make sure to choose the closest colour(s) to the one you're trying to replace.)


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    4. Adjust Hue, Lightness and Saturation to your desire. You can use this method to make only a certain colour appear while everything else becomes grayscale, and to replace colours like I did above.



    Alternatively; If you wanna just take a random picture and tint it a certain colour:

    1. On the Menu Bar, click on Colours/Colorize.
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    2. Again, play with the sliders as you see fit.
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    I've been using the above method to make theme-friendly wallpapers for myself. Now you too can colour-match ANY IMAGE to your phone's theme, or to whatever you want.




    (The reason I'm posting this is a) these wallpaper requests can be done by ourselves without cluttering up the thread, and b) 640x480 resolution? Guys! Our screen is 480x800 and we need 960x800 wallpapers! :))