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Old July 7th, 2012, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default [VM/PRIMOC][ROM] JmzOneV4 8-4-2012

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 * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
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 * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
 * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
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JmzOneV ROM





Instructions:
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Flash in recovery
Extract boot.img out of zip
Flash boot.img in fastboot


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8-4-2012
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Added SRS Panel  ***Thanks BreatheHT
Enabled Smooth Scrolling
Removed Htc Linkify 
Enabled MMS over wifi
Added option to disable Camer Shutter sound
Added Secure Folder and Block List in Messaging app
Disabled MMS compression when image is smaller than limit
Added option for 3D Home Screen
Added HTC cablibration option
Changed volume steps from 15 to 30 increments
Disabled Geotagging by default in Camera

7-18-2012
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Added support for GSM  **Currently no data, but everything else works
Cleaned updater-script
Added Aroma option to install or not install many apps
Added Aroma option to install or not install many widgets
Switched to 6 signal bar
Added battery percentage
Added Aroma option keyboard with arrows
Added Aroma option for Smurfed Tweaks  ** Thank PapaSmurf
Added Aroma option for 100MB more data space **Thanks simonsimons34

07-14-2012
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Added Aroma Installer **Thanks to ckpv5 for letting me use his updater-script as a template
Added my personal Virgin Mobile Account app
Added Aroma option for Full Sense 4 or Sense 4a **Thanks nitsuj17 for the tips
Removed GPS recticle
Removed USB Debugging Icon
Added Extended Quick Settings **Thanks nitsuj17
Adjusted ramdisk for more free mem
Replaced Update Me app with Goo Manager
Probably some more but can't remember

07-07-2012
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Initial Release
Deodexed
Advanced Power Menu
Carrier Bloat Removed
Update Notifications via Update Me app
Many more things to come


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utkanos - for helping me through some stuff
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Updated to v2. Check op for changelog
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Flashing now. Thanks for this!
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Updated to V3

07-18-2012
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Added support for GSM **Currently no data, but everything else works
Cleaned updater-script
Added Aroma option to install or not install many apps
Added Aroma option to install or not install many widgets
Switched to 6 signal bar
Added battery percentage
Added Aroma option keyboard with arrows
Added Aroma option for Smurfed Tweaks ** Thank PapaSmurf
Added Aroma option for 100MB more data space **Thanks simonsimons34
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Aroma installer is awesome.
Initial boot took about 3 minutes, much quicker than my old Optimus V roms.
Most of the bloat is removed, but there is some.
So far, no issues. Everything is running well. I'll see how the battery life is. I was getting about 2 days on a full charge.

Bloat I'd like to see removed:
PopHangover
Dropbox
Facebook
Gmail (I use the android mail app)
Google Play apps (music, movies)
Apps like YouTube don't need to be pre-installed, but I'd just install them anyways so it's ok.
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Updated to V3

07-18-2012
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Added support for GSM **Currently no data, but everything else works
Cleaned updater-script
Added Aroma option to install or not install many apps
Added Aroma option to install or not install many widgets
Switched to 6 signal bar
Added battery percentage
Added Aroma option keyboard with arrows
Added Aroma option for Smurfed Tweaks ** Thank PapaSmurf
Added Aroma option for 100MB more data space **Thanks simonsimons34
Seriously? I flash, and an hour later you've got an update? Dammit. Do I need to re-flash the new update, or is there an easier way?
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Seriously? I flash, and an hour later you've got an update? Dammit. Do I need to re-flash the new update, or is there an easier way?
lol...reflash. and just popnetwork is my personal app and just a free way to support me
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lol...reflash. and just popnetwork is my personal app and just a free way to support me
Lol no worries. Can i use the goo.im app to download the update? If so, how?
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Lol no worries. Can i use the goo.im app to download the update? If so, how?
just open it and tap check for updates
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No more "recent apps" soft-key? Thank god!
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well actually long press home to get recent apps.
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well actually long press home to get recent apps.
The point is it's no longer pissing me off.



I really like the new installer. Works great. The statusbar looks a lot cleaner without the gps icon.

Now I'm just waiting for a non-Sense ROM. Preferably something like BACKside but CM9.


Damn man, am I the only person flashing this?


Hey, what's the difference between Sense 4 and 4a? I went with 4, since it said 4a is buggy, but I'm still curious.
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Instructions:
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Extract boot.img out of zip
Flash boot.img in fastboot
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Ok, I would really like to try this Rom out and I'm not exactly new to flashing roms,however, all my phones in the past have been LG. This is my first HTC, and needless to say it is different. So, to my question, where is the boot.img listed in the intro, and what is the exact steps? I know how to flash in recovery, and I know how to flash from fastboot,assuming it's done the same way I flashed cwm. But I can't find a boot.img in the zip and do I flash the whole zip then boot back into hboot to flash this boot.img I'm supposed to have?

Sorry for the noon questions, if someone can just steer me to the right place I would be thankful. I've looked with no luck. Thanks in advance.
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cant find boot.img in this rom can anyone upload it for me??? or tell me where to get it from in the rom??
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I second that motion! And i've just about give up on a response . Maybe we don't need a boot.img since this is stock.
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Really the only reason you would need to flash boot.img is if you are a GSM user. If you are on Virgin Mobile USA, no reason to flash the kernel
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Really the only reason you would need to flash boot.img is if you are a GSM user. If you are on Virgin Mobile USA, no reason to flash the kernel
oooo ok because i was panicing like am i missing something that everyone gets to use or something lol thanx bro
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When I go to download it says V3 still.


Edit-way to fix until problem is corrected. On the address bar before the file downloads, change the v3 to v4 and press enter.
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Great ROM however, for some reason my battery life is not as good. I'm not sure why. Performance is way better though. Great work
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I'm not sure if you're getting a lot of feedback so I'll give you some.

The first time I flashed v3 I used the De-Sense tool shortly afterwards and it worked fine at first but for some reason my data speeds came to a crawl (1x) and the back felt really hot. So I re-flashed v3 and did not use the De-Sense tool and have had nothing happen since then.

I have actually flashed v3 a few times testing out different setups. I'm very happy with using the 5x5 3D launcher and have even had good experience so far with using the full sense version. Like I said, battery life is a little worse but not by very much.
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Ok, for starters, I've ran v3 and cm9 for a few days at a time. This Rom has the best battery life of all of them. One of the reasons I left v3 for cm9 was the battery was not very good. I don't know what jmz did but it's great. Really awesome sense rom.
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(10/26/2012) Links seem to lead to a dead end...Looks like this link will work:

Directory listing of http://androidfiles.org/uploads/PrimoC/JmzOneV
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Flashed this ROM last night. Excellent work!

I couldn't get WIFI to work with this...Then I went back and re-read the instructions...Forgot to flash the boot.img from fastboot...(or to be more precise, the packages/Radio/CDMA/boot.img file...(Yes, I have the Virgin Mobile CDMA version of the HTC One V)...Flashed it using "fastboot flash boot boot.img:...This caused the phone to bootloop.

Tried restoring my pre-installation backup. The bootloop continued. Tried restoring several other backups I had, and the bootloop continued.

Finally, restored using the RUU file (RUU_PRIMO_C_ICS_40A_Sprint_WWE_VM_1.08.652.6_Radi o_1.00.00.0521_2_NV_VM_3.46_0503_PRL61008_release_ 262414_signed.exe), and the bootloop was fixed...Was then able to restore my pre-JmzOneV backup, and life was good again...

Any ideas on how to get wifi working with this ROM? It is an awesome ROM, putting that aside....
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Flashed this ROM last night. Excellent work!

I couldn't get WIFI to work with this...Then I went back and re-read the instructions...Forgot to flash the boot.img from fastboot...(or to be more precise, the packages/Radio/CDMA/boot.img file...(Yes, I have the Virgin Mobile CDMA version of the HTC One V)...Flashed it using "fastboot flash boot boot.img:...This caused the phone to bootloop.

Tried restoring my pre-installation backup. The bootloop continued. Tried restoring several other backups I had, and the bootloop continued.

Finally, restored using the RUU file (RUU_PRIMO_C_ICS_40A_Sprint_WWE_VM_1.08.652.6_Radi o_1.00.00.0521_2_NV_VM_3.46_0503_PRL61008_release_ 262414_signed.exe), and the bootloop was fixed...Was then able to restore my pre-JmzOneV backup, and life was good again...

Any ideas on how to get wifi working with this ROM? It is an awesome ROM, putting that aside....
First there is no reason you should have boot looped after flashing ,y kernel. Second, the backup doesn't restore boot.IMG. so you would have had to fastboot flash your old boot.img. I will always advise to never use an ruu. Unless you are returning to stock for warranty. As for the problems you had I can't speculate because I wasn't sitting over your shoulder watching you. All I can say is try flashing my kernel from my kernel thread after you flash the rom
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First there is no reason you should have boot looped after flashing ,y kernel. Second, the backup doesn't restore boot.IMG. so you would have had to fastboot flash your old boot.img. I will always advise to never use an ruu. Unless you are returning to stock for warranty. As for the problems you had I can't speculate because I wasn't sitting over your shoulder watching you. All I can say is try flashing my kernel from my kernel thread after you flash the rom
Thank you for your reply.

I've loaded TWRP v2.2.0 on my phone. Looks like my old backup included Boot. The first thing I tried was restoring that (i.e. just boot) using TWRP. Is that different than restoring the boot.img from fastboot?

I had seen a thread on here saying it was easy to "brick" this handset, and the "cure" was to run the ruu. Since mine was a bootlooping brick, I figured that would cure my problem...Didn't know ruu was taboo--seemed my only option at the time...
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I've reflashed the ROM. Then I flashed your Jmz-PrimoC-kernel-ICS-20120820.zip (using Install in TWRP v2.2.0). Wifi still shows "turning on" for a while followed by "Error". What further info do you need from me to troubleshoot the issue?
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I've reflashed the ROM. Then I flashed your Jmz-PrimoC-kernel-ICS-20120820.zip (using Install in TWRP v2.2.0). Wifi still shows "turning on" for a while followed by "Error". What further info do you need from me to troubleshoot the issue?
Saw the part about extracting the boot.img and using fastboot to "fastboot flash boot boot.img". That step caused the phone to start boot-looping again.

Then I thought I was doing things wrong--i.e. I was rebooting every step of the way (flash ROM, boot to home screen--Then reboot & flash kernel, boot to home screen--Then reboot boatloader and use fastboot flash boot boot.img, then reboot)...So, I tried again, with *NO* reboots...The end result was a phone that boot-looped constantly.

Rats! Here's the info on my phone, in case that makes any difference...

(From the bootloader screen):
Unlocked
PRIMOC PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT-1.53.0000
RADIO-1.00.00.0928
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May 14 2012,20:27:38

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Hardware Version: 0002
Software version: 1.08.652.11 710RD

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Android version: 4.0.3
HTC Sense version: 4.0
Software version: 1.08.652.11 710RD
HTC SDK API level: 4.21
HTC Extension version: HTCExtension_403_1_GA_9

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Kernel version: 3.0.16-gf4370a2 root@ABM007 #1 PREEMPT
Baseband version: 1.00.00.0928
Build number 1.08.652.11 CL63812 release-keys
Browser version: WebKit/534.30

What am I doing wrong?
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can u upload a mirror cause the link is broken
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I am having the same issue with the wifi
Under th e UNLOCKED it says S-ON
If anyone can help with turning it to S-OFF?
This may fix it?
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I am having the same issue with the wifi
Under th e UNLOCKED it says S-ON
If anyone can help with turning it to S-OFF?
This may fix it?
First, we don't have a way to get s-off yet, so you will have flash the boot.img in fastboot. Second, for most of the kernels we have, you will have to flash the zip in recovery, then flash the extracted boot.img in fastboot. The modules for wifi are in the flashable zip. If you don't flash the zip, no wifi.
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I will try that in fastboot
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i am getting Failed data length too large
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If you have already unlocked your bootloader,
you have the fastboot files on your pc. Flash
the kernel zip file in recovery. On your pc,
open the kernel zip with 7zip, copy the
boot.img to your fastboot folder. Reboot your
phone into bootloader, select fastboot on
your phone and connect to your pc.
On your pc, open a command prompt window
and change directory to your fastboot folder.
Type in the following code: "fastboot flash
boot boot.img" , without the quotation marks.
Make sure you only have the one boot.img,
or rename it to whatever you like. I keep
several different ones for different roms and
have them named for the rom they match.
Just replace "boot.img" with whatever you
renamed it.
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cant find boot.img in this rom can anyone upload it for me??? or tell me where to get it from in the rom??
I don't think the boot img is in this rom. If you'll go to http://hackadroid.info/uploads/index.php?dir=PrimoC%2FKernels%2Fics
You'll find jmz kernel for ics/sense roms.

Download the zip extract the boot img flash boot img in boot loader then flash the zip in your recovery. If you fail to flash zip in recovery you will not have wifi.
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when I flash the kernel in recovery i get
FAILED <remote: image error! <bootmagic check fail>>

none of my apps are working, keep getting
<app> has unexpectedly closed
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none of my apps are working, keep getting
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You don't flash the boot.img in recovery, flash the zip the boot.img is in, then flash boot.img in bootloader.
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Can not flash Kernel
have tried in recovery and DOS
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SD Checking...
Loading...pk76diag.zip
No Image!
..etc
Please help!!!

Finally got the ROM flashed and Wi-fi working but most of my apps crash
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Apps keep crashing!!!
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Apps keep crashing!!!
then you didn't do it right. did you wipe data? i bet not. And that would be the perfect reason you stuff doesn't work.

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Stare Dad - developers something is wrong logcat or gtfo bbbut lo
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wiped data as recommended...still most apps wont work
even reflashed
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wiped data as recommended...still most apps wont work
even reflashed
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Sorry bro just tired of the FC's
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Sorry bro just tired of the FC's
User error isn't something I can fix. So either logcat or I can't do anything
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Is it possible to have the capacitive buttons back to original where far right key has the recent apps function? Also anyway to change up the carrier label?
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Saw the part about extracting the boot.img and using fastboot to "fastboot flash boot boot.img". That step caused the phone to start boot-looping again.

Then I thought I was doing things wrong--i.e. I was rebooting every step of the way (flash ROM, boot to home screen--Then reboot & flash kernel, boot to home screen--Then reboot boatloader and use fastboot flash boot boot.img, then reboot)...So, I tried again, with *NO* reboots...The end result was a phone that boot-looped constantly.

Rats! Here's the info on my phone, in case that makes any difference...

(From the bootloader screen):
Unlocked
PRIMOC PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT-1.53.0000
RADIO-1.00.00.0928
eMMC-boot
May 14 2012,20:27:38

About
Hardware Version: 0002
Software version: 1.08.652.11 710RD

Software information
Android version: 4.0.3
HTC Sense version: 4.0
Software version: 1.08.652.11 710RD
HTC SDK API level: 4.21
HTC Extension version: HTCExtension_403_1_GA_9

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Kernel version: 3.0.16-gf4370a2 root@ABM007 #1 PREEMPT
Baseband version: 1.00.00.0928
Build number 1.08.652.11 CL63812 release-keys
Browser version: WebKit/534.30

What am I doing wrong?
Turns out This version of the Radio (which gets installed with OTA upgrade) can cause bootlooping with custom / non-stock kernels...

I had to reset my phone, using RUU, and then *NOT ALLOW OTA upgrade TO INSTALL* before installing custom ROM / kernel.

It turns out the OTA upgrade changes the Radio from 1.00.00.0521_2 to the version above. Since we currently do NOT have a way to SOFF the phone, doing the RUU reset is the only way to "downgrade" the radio...
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This is one smooth rom. I would love to see more updates for this rom in the future if you are still working on it.
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