[ROM] [AOSP][4.0.4][CDMA] Gummy 1.2.0 - 5/9/12 [BETA]

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  1. 13th angel
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    The full release post can be viewed here


    OP here will only be used for device specific things from now on
    Whats not working:
    • MMS (receives but does not send) - install Go SMS.
    • Normal ICS on motorola broken things (hardware acceleration/Panorama)
    Device Specific things:
    • Changeable multitouch (disabled by default) - Jonman409
      • open terminal emulator and type "multitouch" for directions on re-enabling or changing number of points
    • Kernel schedulers
      • Defaults to Noop
      • Can be changed between cfg, noop, and sio. To change open /system/etc/init.d/12scheduler and change SCHED="noop" to your desired scheduler.
      • Added a script to allow changing io schedulers on the fly. To use, open terminal emulator type su then scheduler followed by desired scheduler. Only accepts noop, sio, and cfq. Will stick through reboots.
    Credit / Thanks:In addition to the ones mentioned in the release thread
    • Bikedude880 for his work on D2G, would not have gotten this done without it.
    • Jonman408 for his help with CM9 and finding fixes
    • JackpotClavin for the device & vendor trees
    Install:
    • Download the ROM
    • Download Gapps
    • Reboot into CWM
    • wipe data in CWM
    • install ROM
    • install gapps
    • reboot
    Files
    Updates / Fixes:
    • Kindle workaround: here
    Donate:
    Last edited: May 9, 2012
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    only cdma?
    But I'll try!
    Thank you!
    Please don't leave this rom alone...


    Edit: Also for GSM...

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    Last edited: May 10, 2012
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    Only tested on cdma. Meant to remove that from the title. Just copied the other Gummy threads I'm maintaining.

    Sent from my D2G
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    Ok! Thank you! I'll try it!
    the boot animation is very cool.... but it is so babbling...
    gsm seems ok! also data!
    ok for sms!
    camera is mirrored!
    great!
    Very great rom! Thank you!
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2012
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    Thanks 13th Angel for still putting effort in our old but lovely phone, loved your old clean and stable roms b.t.w.!

    Somehow I encounter some trouble with the rom, I constant receive the message "The process rom.phone.android has been stopped". The steps I did were:

    1. Install 4.6.8 sbf with rsdlite
    2. Root with "DROID 3 easy root script v7"
    3. Install Droid 2 Recovery Bootstrap v1.0.0.5.apk
    4. Wipe data/cache, dalvik cache
    5. Install Gummy_venus2-Release-1.0.0
    6. Install gapps-ics-20120317-signed

    I use b.t.w. a GSM sim and also already did several recoveries for wiping the (dalvik) cache and repairing permissions. Any idea what I am doing wrong? Thanks!
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    Put your phone in airplane mode from setting, then *#*#4636#*#* from the dialpad, then phone information, cdma only. Airplane on, and then put gsm in the standard setting menĂ¹...
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2012
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    Brilliant dettofatto, that fixed it (but used *#*#4634#*#* instead of your code :happy3:)!

    First quick findings:
    - Very cool boot animation but a little bit too loud song (woke up my girlfriend while flashing this rom in the middle of the night :))
    - GSM voice and data (3G) works!
    - Camera (only photo) works out of the box (without the 1st run error that JackpotClavins build is having but with mirrored screen image).
    - All menu settings are accessible! (had some trouble with JackpotClavins build like f.e. changing ringtones).
    - Really like the Apex launcher, feels much more complete compared to stock launcher found in CM9.
    - Looked very stable and fast on first sight. Will stress-test the coming days and report my findings and battery reports here.

    You are really an Angel!! Keep on the good work!
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    Yeah, I switched over from Jackpot's CM9 and got the same errors you did, and could not get back into clockwork. I did the data clear and as directed, but no go. I had to sbf back to 4.8.6 as well and followed the same steps you used. After rooting 4.8.6, it flashed no problem. Been playing with it all day and is awfully close to perfect. It has some cool settings that CM9 does not have.

    Was able to go in and delete that blaring boot animation song with the root explorer (comes stock) under system/media/boot animation.mp3 --- DELETE. Almost outed me messing with my phone at work! As advertised, still no hardware acceleration, so no Netflix, etc.

    Also, haven't figured out how to keep the onscreen keyboard from appearing. At times it will not even let you use the physical keyboard

    I'm running this on a second Pro that I have, so I haven't tried making calls on this. Overall, I don't think that it basically is as usable as the new Gingerbread 4.7.3 update (rooted), but it is usable enough for a daily driver for those that like to be cutting edge.

    Great job 13, I do like the ICS flavor. Pretty cool!

    Claymoses
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    Got in about 2.5 hours ago and installed this. The only problem I've had is the onscreen keyboard that won't go away.

    Did a clean wipe of data/system/cache/dalvik and installed this over CM9.

    Great job.
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    I suggest you to freeze with titanium backup the standard keyboard and install smartkeyboard pro....!
    @13th Angel Can I (you) add your rom on xda?
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    Websites and Apps that are using Adobe Flash (installed the latest version) are not working and sometimes even crashing. I suspect the missing hardware acceleration to be reason for this. Does anybody know a solution for this (maybe a (older) Adobe version in which video acceleration is deactivated)?

    B.t.w. what part of the hardware acceleration is exactly missing? I know f.e. that there are ICS roms for other devices with a OMAP3620 to be found which are having OpenGL working and also looking for a solution for the video acceleration part.. Does anybody know a phone with the OMAP3620 processor that is having ICS the official way? Maybe we can extract the h/a support from those phones.
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2012
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    Wow! Looks like a really solid effort! I'm excited for this rom! Not to be a dunce, but which version of gapps should I install?
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    If you will maintain the OP, sure.

    By the way, there will be a 1.0.1 version later today.
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    Pretty much everything. Theres open source drivers & source for the libs but because our kernel's are.... ancient. The drivers in them lack necessary parts. In theory, we could compile all the new drivers are modules but that opens up more problems such as needing a way to stop the kernel ones from loading then replacing with our own.

    3/17 ones from goo-inside.me/gapps
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    Great! I'll do!
    I've seen that somtimes the syncronization go away... I have the data, but when the screen go off the syncronization don't go. If I power on my screen the syncronization returns.. (gsm)
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