Hi, first of all thank you for this great ROM. As I mentioned it on android-roms.net I've flashed it and like the a2sd feautre so much.
A few people mentioned the gmail sync problem. I've also met this issue and cannot figure out the reason. It seems like the sync is working properly but the icon in the notification area doesn't disappear. Only when I stop sync in the settings menu.
It's not a big problem but if you have any ideas please help us.
Here we are again, I decided to release my personal ROM which is stock OTA froyo 2.2, modded to have everything i need in it. Now also available on ROM Manager.
I'll start off with some screenshots:
I'll list what this ROM consists of.
Stock HTC OTA froyo 2.2
-EXT4 / TUN / FUSE added
-NoFullSleep Wifi module. No 802.11n because of power drains.
-Legacy A2SD+, modified / Dalvik
-CPUFreq interactive/powersave switching, thanks to FloHimself.
-Undervolt for about 75-100mV for extreme powersaving! Thanks to iscaela.
-System partition overlay on /data/sysrw . I will be switching to AUFS2 when
this comes available (or when S-OFF is released publically )
This should allow you to use MetaMorph.
I will probably also release a custom recovery which you can use to either commit or revert changes to the /system overlay, based on ClockWorkMod recovery.
-This has the vanilla Froyo lockscreen. No stupid HTC lockscreen.
-Trackball push to wakeup.
-Disabled vibration from shutdown
-Reboot menu by snq- (allow to reboot normally, to recovery, or bootloader)
-Fixed NewsReader.apk from FC'ing when fast scrolling in feeds with pictures.
All social networking apps, teeter, stocks, etc.
-Extra ported HTC widgets by Paul from Modaco.
The theming was done by re-doing all the battery mods, and framework mods floating around, and REBUILDING the apk's from the ground up. I found that many of the mods consist of half-assed reworked apks. This is CLEAN.
Mind you, the images are done by the authors of these mods, I can't remember which they are, so I will give credit where due.
I will be updating to later OTA releases as they come by, and IF (or when) HTC's kernel source is released, I will do OCUV kernels and such.