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AOKP-Kanged? v2.5 D2g 2/19/13

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OP Dubbsy

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 08:38 AM #1

Mod Type:: ROM

Difficulty:: Easy

Mod Base:: Other

Mod Status:: Kang

Apply In:: CWM Recovery

Carrier:: Verizon

Optional:: Custom Settings

Requires Root:: Yes

Optional:: Custom Settings

Source::
This is a kang of x13thangelx's AOKP b39 port.

Thanks to 1loudsvt, Eiht, x13thangelx, all developers who did anything to ICS on these devices, and all the developers who made the apps I included. I included a lot and there were a lot of people involved in the apps. If you want to thank those devs feel free to donate to them in the play store or track down them on the forums. Thanks to the android and linux communities for being so open and constantly growing.

Thanks to Gasai Yuno for the help with GSM signal. Dark Cricket for the GSM framework changes neccesary. And eMWu for uploading the modded framework for GSM signal bars.

Screenshot_2013-02-14-12-13-36.png Screenshot_2013-02-12-11-17-54.png

Includes:
  • Our Kang tweaks both build.prop and init.d(including cron to wipe cache twice daily)
  • Latest Gapps are included
  • Chrome Beta
  • MIUI v17 camera(for video) along with factory camera. You may uninstall whichever you don't want to use.
  • Jellybean 4.2 keyboard
  • Nexus 4 ringtones/notifications/alarms
  • Google Now-Online version - mikeyxda
  • bootmenu - Wizard0f0s
  • RootBrowser-Free from JRummy16 (full version provided for free)
  • RomToolboxLite - Jrummy16
  • SuperSU - Chainfire
  • RomManager
  • Nova Launcher
  • Seeder - lambgx02
  • edited framework and custom fonts
Because of everything added and taken away some of the less essential apps were moved to /data/app instead of /system/app. This shouldn't effect the operation of anything. But you need to know this in case you decide it would be a good idea to "wipe data/factory reset" then wonder where xx app went.

Download:
http://d-h.st/s2s - 2/19/13
http://d-h.st/EvC - 2/15/13
http://d-h.st/lSL - 2/14/13
http://d-h.st/1wV - 2/13/13
http://d-h.st/ZmT - 2/9/13
http://d-h.st/tDk - 1/30/13
http://d-h.st/zhI - 1/25/13
D2g - Updater to change "ro.telephony.default_network=3" - http://d-h.st/KZM - 1/25/13
Buttonlight Off Script : http://d-h.st/qBX

Instructions:
Download to SD
Verify MD5Sum
Reboot to recovery
Nandroid
Wipe data/format user
Install from SD
Wipe cache
Reboot

To boot to bootmenu:
Reboot
The M will dim and a light will flash blue
Hit the volume down button
Navigate the bootmenu with the volume buttons
Select things with the power or camera buttons
-From bootmenu you can boot to RZ-Recovery or CWM Recovery

Bugs:
All typical ICS bugs... Netflix, Camcorder/Panarama, built-in wifi/usb tether
Wifi "add network" FCs...trying to figure that out
Start up tweaks in rom control may or may not work. This ROM has start up tweaks I made and this setting control is not needed.

NOTE:
The d2g's cpu clock speed is set the same as the d2/dx.
To change this:
When the phone is booting and it flashes the blue light at the M symbol hit the down volume button.
Use volume to go up and down and camera to select.
Select CPU settings
Edit to your hearts content.


If you like it...Tell us, and hit the like button ;)

Changelog:
2.5
13kernel edited, Chrome beta added, MIUI v17 camera added
2.2
Fixed a line in 13kernel that was causing a hang I was experiencing. Edited romcontrol so that the init.d option no longer works. It will FC if you select it. It was interferring with my tweaks.
2.1.1
poweramp fix(for real this time), added apollo, changed lockring to a "more coolerer" one, bootanimation changed to one I found more epic
2.1
init.d changes again, framework edits, custom font
2.0
edited init.d tweaks for smoother daily use. Fixed poweramp issue. switched out themes for cm9 based themes. google play music should work. moved some apps to data to clear up some more space.
1.8
Supersu updated, lag fix in init.d/build.prop, pimpmybeats, supersu-nonag, removed regular superuser, included 2 holo themes.
1.5
Updated SuperSU, Updated gapps, Updater seeder, rearranged app folders, fixed init.d script, updated build.prop

Edited by Dubbsy, 19 February 2013 - 07:01 AM.

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LiquiKang for DX/D2/D2g

kingskell

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 10:34 AM #2

great rom
battery life seems ok but no gsm support
deal breaker for me

Edited by kingskell, 24 January 2013 - 11:09 AM.

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OP Dubbsy

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:00 AM #3

The various tweaks done were in favor of performance with a complete disregard for battery life. That being said, I'm not sure how battery life is yet. I'd imagine it's not that bad, but it's not a battery sipper.

And as far as GSM data, I have no way to test it. So I await all the "gsm doesn't work" posts.
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kingskell

kingskell

Average Android

Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:23 AM #4

tested on my droid 2 global Digicel GSM network st.lucia
"com.android.phone" has stopped working so im assuming gsm doesnt work
would be great to see support for gsm on this ics build for the d2g :)
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Gasai Yuno

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 12:37 PM #5

How about before reporting that GSM does not work you people actually try activating it like it was always done before?

Ignore the error. Enable airplane mode. Add data toggle widget to the notification pulldown. Long tap the data toggle widget. In the mobile network settings, choose network type: GSM/WCDMA pref. and then disable airplane mode. Phone will crash once more and then connect to GSM.

NOTE: If the network type list contains elements like “LTE only”, the order is most possibly off. In that case you should try list items 3 and 4 and ignore the type labels.

Repeating: if any LTE-related items are present, the item names in the network type list SHOULD NOT be trusted.
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▣Sony LT25i “Tsubasa”, Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean” with Xperia™ extensions
├── Stock ── Rooted ── Locked bootloader
├── Maximum speed witnessed over LTE: 98.2 Mbps
└── Average speed over LTE: 88.7 Mbps

OP Dubbsy

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 01:11 PM #6

Thanks for that Gasai
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Gasai Yuno

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 01:17 PM #7

I didn't check it myself if anything, just repeating what I have been posting in all other ROM threads. GSM works fine after performing these tricks on most ROMs; the main problem with CM9-based ones is definitely the network type lists. They're also extremely fscked up in non-US English localisations, too, so I recommend to use US English if you want the network settings section to be working and not force closing when you try to enter it.
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▣Sony LT25i “Tsubasa”, Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean” with Xperia™ extensions
├── Stock ── Rooted ── Locked bootloader
├── Maximum speed witnessed over LTE: 98.2 Mbps
└── Average speed over LTE: 88.7 Mbps

kingskell

kingskell

Average Android

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:20 PM #8

How about before reporting that GSM does not work you people actually try activating it like it was always done before?

Ignore the error. Enable airplane mode. Add data toggle widget to the notification pulldown. Long tap the data toggle widget. In the mobile network settings, choose network type: GSM/WCDMA pref. and then disable airplane mode. Phone will crash once more and then connect to GSM.

NOTE: If the network type list contains elements like “LTE only”, the order is most possibly off. In that case you should try list items 3 and 4 and ignore the type labels.

Repeating: if any LTE-related items are present, the item names in the network type list SHOULD NOT be trusted.


Yes I ran through all these steps that's what I meant by "tested"
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Gasai Yuno

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:32 PM #9

I guess I'll check this myself, then.

Update: well crap, I have no spare microSD cards, this test will have to wait a bit.

Edited by Gasai Yuno, 25 January 2013 - 03:56 AM.

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▣Sony LT25i “Tsubasa”, Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean” with Xperia™ extensions
├── Stock ── Rooted ── Locked bootloader
├── Maximum speed witnessed over LTE: 98.2 Mbps
└── Average speed over LTE: 88.7 Mbps

Gasai Yuno

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:50 AM #10

Update: Phone.apk is built without GSM support.

Most probably taken from a D2 build.
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▣Sony LT25i “Tsubasa”, Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean” with Xperia™ extensions
├── Stock ── Rooted ── Locked bootloader
├── Maximum speed witnessed over LTE: 98.2 Mbps
└── Average speed over LTE: 88.7 Mbps