[ROM 2.1] Bugless Beast v0.8 (ESE53 Base)


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  1. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    v0.8 available here:

    [ROM] Bugless Beast V0.8 ESE53 STABLE
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    This is Pete's new BB v0.5, based on ESE53.

    Index of /pete/ERE25/V0.5

    Biggest changes include a new 2.1 launcher (not 3D) that only has 3 screens, but is LWP interactive. Also, the 'Nexus' LWP is now the 'Neural Network', and is customized for Droid:

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    Changelog
    Version 0.5 [ESE53 Base]
    -Removed Alarm Clock App and Replaced with Desk Clock App from Nexus One
    -Removed Facebook
    -Removed Google Goggles
    -Removed Amazon MP3
    -Removed Visual Voicemail
    -Removed Maps
    -Added all Android 2.0 & 2.1 System Sounds (ringtones, notifications, etc)
    -Removed Camera Shutter Sound & Video Recording Sound
    -All apps have been zipaligned and images compressed
    -Disabled OTA updates
    -Fixed issues with framework mixing up images (notification icon, voice search widget button, etc)
    -Added busybox & flash_image
    -Added HQ Video Recording Tweak
    -Modified build.prop to show all market apps
    -Lengthened duration between Wifi Scans *Saves Battery*
    -Replaced system sound recorder app with fully functional G1 sound recorder app
    -Added SuperUser Permissions App
    -Launcher only has 3 screens but Live Wallpapers are interactive!
    -New Droid Live Wallpaper is included
    -Any of the ERE25 OC kernels will work on this build
    -I have not tried any of the themes yet...
     

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  2. discohornet

    discohornet Well-Known Member

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    So what's the biggest difference? Should we consider this stable or just enjoy the ere version for a while til everything's ironed out?
     
  3. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'd say it's as stable as ERE25. The ESE53 build has live wall papers, whereas the ROM builders just incorporated it into ERE25, and I think it's a bit more optimized in ERE53. I still have plenty of free RAM while running the Droid Nexus LWP, when it would bog down a bit in previous ROMs.

    The downside is that the new launcher is still only 3 screens. Can't wait until someone extends it to 5. But we finally have native interactive live wallpapers.

    Benchmarks are about the same as before ~11.6Mflops at 1.2GHz w/ JIT.

    SetCPU benches consistently around 130-140ms, though I did see 111ms once :D
     
  4. Terrorskull

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    If we have a previous version of his ERE25 ROM, we should be able to just do an update and are not required to do a full nandroid restore on this correct?
     
  5. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah, I just used the update.zip over his ERE25 ROM. Be patient, the initial boot up took me about 3-4 mins.
     
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  6. Redflea

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    Man, the ESE53s are breaking out all over! :D

    I'm going to wait until they include a native 5-screen home in these ESE53 ROMs...I'm running Chevy's Simply Stupendous ERE25 beta now, and it's the first ROM in a long time that I've liked better than whatever was Pete's most current release - I'm surprised, but I like Chevy's ERE25 SS better than Pete's ERE25 BB v.04.

    Hopefully Pete will have an update on this soon so I can give it a whirl.
     
  7. doomedromance

    doomedromance Well-Known Member

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    Lies I call fake! Your screenshot says 11:56AM It's only 11:51AM j/k

    I want to try it but how do you get the old launcher out of the phone just incase I want to push it back over to get 5 screens again.
     
  8. -=Jeff=-

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    Cool this is what I was curious about too. Thanks for the info, I assume the kernel in Pete's rom is the stock speed, correct?
     
  9. doomedromance

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    Yes just get Chevy's again
     
  10. -=Jeff=-

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    Well, I'm still stock kernel with ERE25 currently
     
  11. shrink57

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    Running Pete's .5 with Chevy's 1.25 and amazed at how stable, with live wallpaper in the background (86F benching at 150ms). I haven't touched JIT but with my system running the way it is I am more than satisified for now. Can't wait for 5 screens!
     
  12. exjimenez

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    ultimate droid 6.0 ESE build has 5 screens, just flashed it and its pretty sweet so far
     
  13. mhome

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    How do I enable JIT?. Can't search for TLA's.

    thanks
     
  14. shrink57

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    Damn, this fast and furious ROM release is killing me! I am getting callouses on my flash finger!
     
  15. exjimenez

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    its getting difficult to keep up and i want to try them all!!!
     
  16. Fabolous

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    Yeah, but then you lose interactivity with the live wallpapers. It's a 50/50 call IMO. It won't be long before someone modifies the new launcher to 5 screens and maintains live wallpaper interactivity though.

    Check this thread:

    JIT for Droid

    I think the files are on page 7, instructions on page 8.
     
  17. exjimenez

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    my WP's remain interactive...
     
  18. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser VIP Member This Topic's Starter

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    Haha, looks like blackdroid did what I predicted! I'm going to give Ultimate 6.1 a try.
     
  19. exjimenez

    exjimenez Well-Known Member

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    let me know how you like it in comparison to petes. i plan on flashing petes later tonight
     
  20. iamloco724

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    damn and i just installed his other build last night lol

    can the update.zip from this just be installed over that without any complications?
     
  21. aneki

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    i just installed the update.zip over v.4, works fine, resets your home screens as usual. interactive wallpaper gets old pretty fast imo, might nandroid back to v.4 for the five screens. Great work though to pete!
     
  22. shrink57

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    Ultimate is running great atwith Chevy's 1.25 but it is running hotter than Pete's at the same speeds (Pete's was running between 77-93F while Ultimate runs between 95 up to about 120F when I really stress it. It seems to settle around 105F. I love the 5 screens and going to stick with Ultimate (at least for the next hour or so). I must have flashed 5 different ROMS today :eek: I have lost count.
     
  23. El Blacksheep

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    Erm, I did the update.zip installation. After it boots up, i get assaulted by a never-ending stream of force closures (everything from apps to system processes)

    Gonna try the Nandroid I guess.
     
  24. CRPercodani

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    I tried Pete's for a little while, but went back to the basic ESE53 build with the OC kernel. Pete's seems to run a bit hotter. He made it in like 90 minutes this morning though and didn't get to really test it. I had to wake him up and tell him about that ESE53 leaked.
     
  25. iamloco724

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    how do you get the basic ESE52 build?
     

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