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[ROM] Gohma 2.2 - 12/20/2014 [Android Wear]

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OP jakeday

jakeday

Android Guru

Posted 07 July 2014 - 06:24 PM #1

4ndr01d presents
Gohma
"Android Wear the way it should be" for the LG G Watch


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

Donations Appreciated!
Click here to donate via PayPal if you like my work and want to support further versions of my ROMs.[/size]

For those who would like to donate but want a little something in return, I'm selling stands for the LG G Watch to keep it looking awesome on your desk!
 
Buy a LG G Watch Stand here

Changelog
2.2 (md5: 57b18d78a33d7807f6138d98acf5b7ce)
fixed issue with tweaks file
improved performance

2.1 (md5: aa21fc8d7c37832d386a76e5eb29c34d)
fixed issue with tweaks not always applying
increased default vibration a bit
minor tweaks to notification vibrations
updated script info again
added more documentation to mods files

2.0 (md5:07036b655722a07a4b9537e88f2bb592)
updated to new 5.0.1 base
updated script info

1.2 (md5: decef7ff62aa8fbfce562e49820c8354)
updated base to KNX01Q (4.4W.2)
re-implemented some tweaks for the new base
added additional custom user tweaks to the mods
 
1.1 b2 (r2) (md5: 16a7fedb2b9fe6e2ebd9e45ab7bb18e6)
fixed issue causing a long wait on installing mods
no changes were made to the ROM 
 
1.1 b1 (md5: ef45e6d94efb49c6782f771474d27717)
updated base to KGW42Q (4.4W.1)
improved installer script
 
1.0 preview 14 (md5: 4c1177574b09ae5aa535bdec43764107)
fixed installer script for Windows XP (no changes to ROM)
 
1.0 preview 13 (md5: 29be6fc36b2d9b4d79b11fe7e1c1fccb)
fixed issue causing occasional lag
minor tweaks to improve battery life
 
1.0 preview 12 (md5: c57d9ffcf97b9f09fd6cd4a78f2252f5)
fixed issue with installer
you need to install 12 to get the full features from 11
 
1.0 preview 11 (md5: 70d026cc52fa1399f2c01d2f8ea76a1a)
updated base to latest OTA (KVM78Y)
added preview build number to about screen
tweaked viewing angle to hopefully improve usefulness
other minor tweaks
return to stock is not fully function from preview 11!
 
1.0 preview 10 (md5: 39dd89f79b1750cd50b5d94b90b1453f)
fixed leftover files from return to stock script
improved memory management (minfree settings)
other minor tweaks
 
1.0 preview 9 (md5: 9fac7903d237773435b3b8796e5245cc)
fixed issue with return to stock script, no changes to ROM
 
1.0 preview 8 (md5: 3214d17ba329efd4db059711d8201c9c)
increased vibration intensity/duration a bit more by request
improved card swiping transitions
improved battery life/performance by improving cpufreq usage
added auto compression of app databases for quicker app loading
fixed issue with installer script throwing false errors
added return to stock script
 
1.0 preview 7 (md5: 3fc9dcd625a77c33a6cf7f53974205a8)
fixed installer issue with osx, no changes to rom
 
1.0 preview 6 (md5: ba6fed487012f019ea5dc369aa89826d)
fixed additional issues with installer (really this time, promise)
you will need to run preview 6 to have the full effects from what was listed in preview 4 or 5
 
1.0 preview 5 (md5: 8f103412fc4261312a5846de9ad69d41)
fixed issues with installer
you will need to run preview 5 to have the full effects from what was listed in preview 4
 
1.0 preview 4 (md5: 98243f4408c01378297e88dfc0f369e0)
increased vibration duration and intensity a little
improved battery usage from vibration
improved touch responsiveness
tweaks to improve battery life (should be back to being noticeably better than stock)
fixed issue with tweaks not sticking after reboot
fixed issue with installer
 
1.0 preview 3 (md5: b2080c9240e87aa722a293990c1756fd)
increased the vibration intensity a little
made readme.txt a little more clear and easy to follow
 
1.0 preview 2 (md5: 00455fe8d829ff96ac8ae0577ce137cd)
fixed issue with the installer
fixed confusion with the readme (yes, I'm very use to saying phone, sorry!)
 
1.0 preview (md5: d042862dbb117deeba462e7967e60338)
initial preview release

Download
 
Download ROM from 4ndr01d
 
Instructions
1. follow instructions in the zip file, do not attempt to flash![/size]
2. let watch sit for a few minutes once booted to settle (a lot is done on first boot)[/size]

Credits
Google - for Android![/size]
You guys - for all your support and feedback![/size]

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Edited by jakeday, Yesterday, 06:13 PM.

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OP jakeday

jakeday

Android Guru

Posted 07 July 2014 - 06:25 PM #2

FAQs

 

Q. Do I need to have my bootloader unlocked?

A. Yes. See below for instructions.

 

Q. Do I need to be rooted?

A. No, the ROM script will root the watch for you.

 

Q. Where can I get the Windows Drivers?

A. See the guide below.

 

Q. Will there be a way to return to stock?

A. Yes, the ROM includes a script to return to stock.

 

Q. Will OTAs still work?

A. Yes, OTAs should still come through fine. I'll also be updating the ROM with the latest OTAs that come out.

 

Q. If I take an OTA, will I need to re-flash the ROM?

A. Yep.

 

Q. Are the improvements really that noticeable?

A. Yes, this fixes the issue of the lag when swiping between cards and you'll notice right away.

 

Q. Are there more changes planned?

A. I have a lot of changes in mind for performance and usability, but will be sticking with the general look and feel of Android Wear.

 

Q. Is this a full ROM?

A. Yep.

 

How To Install Windows Drivers

 

Method 1:

1. You can use the Universal Adb Drivers from here.

 

Method 2:

1. Install the Google USB Drivers from here.

2. Open Windows Device Manager, right click on "G Watch" and select "Update Driver Software"

3. Select "Browse my computer for driver software"

4. Select "Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer"

5. Choose "Android Device" and click next

6. Select "Google" as manufacturer and "Android ADB Interface" as model then click next

7. Select "Yes" in the next dialog (if one pops up)

 

How To Enable ADB Debugging

 

1. Tap the time for Google Search to show up and scroll down to Settings then About
2. Tap Build Number 7 times to enable Developer Options
3. Go back to Settings and tap on Developer Options and enable ADB debugging

 

How To Unlock Bootloader

 

1. Enable ADB Debugging (see above)

1. Download the ROM package and extract the zip file

2. Open a command prompt where you extracted the zip file

3. Run "adb reboot-bootloader" (you may need to allow connections in the prompt on your phone)

4. Once the watch reboots to the bootloader, run "fastboot oem unlock"

5. Choose yes and it will unlock the bootloader as well as factory reset the watch, so go re-sync with your phone


Edited by jakeday, 29 September 2014 - 02:09 PM.

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itched

itched

Android Beginner

Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:19 PM #3

Go on....


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OP jakeday

jakeday

Android Guru

Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:29 PM #4

Preview ROM has been posted. Please read the instructions in the zip carefully.


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biggiephat

biggiephat

Android Apprentice

  • 68 posts

Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:36 PM #5

Hm it's only around 8MBs. So tiny. Is there a way to go back to stock as well?
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OP jakeday

jakeday

Android Guru

Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:49 PM #6

Hm it's only around 8MBs. So tiny. Is there a way to go back to stock as well?

 

This is a preview ROM, so only the "changes" are in it. I'm finishing up a full ROM now which is closer to 300MB. Preview will give you the benefits without the added risk for the moment. Preview is running solid on mine and the lag that was there is gone.

 

I will have a return to stock as well.


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jyabor91

jyabor91

Member

  • 10 posts

Posted 07 July 2014 - 08:32 PM #7

I cannot get the ADB drivers installed. Does anybody have a link to drivers I could use?


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RyuKurisu

RyuKurisu

Average Android

  • 1 posts

Posted 08 July 2014 - 12:44 AM #8

This is just amazing! Can't wait until the same thing will happen with the Moto 360.
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biggiephat

biggiephat

Android Apprentice

  • 68 posts

Posted 08 July 2014 - 03:19 AM #9

Anyone try it out yet?
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ronamadeo

ronamadeo

Average Android

  • 2 posts

Posted 08 July 2014 - 06:25 AM #10

improved battery life

reduced lag between screens

improved overall performance

No offense, but that sounds a little too good to be true. Any details on how you're doing this? Usually it's better battery life at the cost of smoothness or better smoothness at the cost of battery life.


Edited by ronamadeo, 08 July 2014 - 06:27 AM.

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