[ROM] Bugless Beast V0.2.1 Android 2.2 FRF57


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  1. peteralfonso

    peteralfonso Member Developer This Topic's Starter

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    Please [​IMG]
    I am a college student trying to make ends meet.
    Help me live out my dreams to do this in the future.

    Follow me on twitter to keep up to date: twitter.com/peteralfonso

    ROM Download Links:
    -FRF57V021.zip 6/16/10 Changelog
    -Mirror

    *All Froyo kernels are supported as long as they are using the "anyrom.zip" format by Koush*

    *This ROM is overclocked to 800Mhz by default, not every Droid will be able to handle this clock speed, it may cause random shutdowns or reboots!*

    *No wipe necessary if coming from other FRF57 Froyo ROMs, but if you run into any problems at all then wipe data & cache*

    OPTIONAL Scripts: (credit to Pete)
    *Note: If you install anything not in my OP you will get permission denied errors!*

    All the scripts (since V0.1) now have error checking and reporting!


    -blockads (blocks adds in apps & browser)
    -cpuinfo (shows cpu info)
    -droidboot (installs my custom boot animation *Decreases boot time*)
    -fixperm (use if script permissions are faulty)
    -godmode (allows viewing and editing of all files on phone using any file viewer)
    -shutdown (turns off phone properly)
    -shutdown -r (reboots phone)
    -shutdown -rr (reboots into recovery)
    -rmbrowser (removes Browser App)
    -rmcalc (removes Calculator App)
    -rmcarhome (removes Car Home App)
    -rmcorpcal (removes Corporate Callendar App)
    -rmctp (removes Chrome To Phone App)
    -rmemail (removes Email App)
    -rmgenie (removes News & Weather App)
    -rmlwps (removes live wallpapers *Still allows use of market lwps*)
    -rmmms (removes Messaging App)
    -rmmp3 (removes AmazonMP3 App)
    -rmquickoffice (removes Quick Office App)
    -rmspareparts (removes Spare Parts App)
    -rmtips (removes Home Screen Tips Widget)
    -sdint (disables usb mass storage)
    -sdext (enables usb mass storage)
    -showads (allows ads to show in aps & browser)
    -soundoff (disables camera shutter sound & video recording sound)
    -soundon (enables camera shutter sound & video recording sound)
    -switchboot (installs boot animations for you)
    -switchclocks (switches 2.1 clock with 2.0 clock)
    -switchemail (switches the email app with another email app)
    -switchlwp (switches the color of the livewallpapers)
    -switchmms (switches the mms app with another mms app)
    -switchmusic (switches 2.1 Music App with Milestone Music App)
    -sysro (mounts system read only) thanks ChevyNo1
    -sysrw (mounts system read write) thanks ChevyNo1
    -zipalign_apks (will zipalign every apk on your phone) *Be Careful Using*

    To use "switch" scripts:
    1. Download desired file
    2. Place on sdcard
    3. Run script


    Features:
    -Base FRF57 (credit to Google)
    -Fully Zipaligned System (credit to Pete)
    -Fully Deodexed System (credit to Google)
    -Automatic Apps2SD (credit to Pete for fixing)
    -Automatic OverClocking to highest slot *makes SetCPU optional* (credit to Pete)
    -Full sysctl support (credit to Pete)
    -Hidden Shutdown Options using keys (credit to Pete):
    To Remove These Options Delete /system/bin/shutdown
    *Shutdown: hold power & half pressed camera button
    *Reboot: hold power & volume down button
    *Reboot Recovery: hold power & volume up button
    -Clean Shutdown/Startup (from CyanogenMod)
    -Custom Static Wallpapers (thanks Prash, Google, & HTC)
    -Setup Wizard bypassed by default (credit to Pete)
    -Location Services Disabled by default (credit to Pete)
    -Tons of tweaks to increase performance & battery life (credit to Pete)
    -Google DNS for a faster & safer online experience (credit to Pete)
    -ADB Shell runs as root by default *no need to type in su* (credit to Pete)
    -Chrome To Phone App (credit to Google)
    -Supports Adobe Flash Player
    -Milestone Video Player App (credit to Pete)
    -Native Sound Recorder App (credit to Pete)
    -Native Usable Quick Office App (credit to Pete)
    -Spare Parts App (modded by Pete)
    -Neural Network Live Wallpaper with Google Colors (credit to Pete)
    -Huge Library of System Audio (credit to Pete) *All 2.0, 2.1, & 2.2 Sounds*
    -Longer Duration Between Wifi Scans Tweak *Battery Saver* (credit to Pete)
    -Version Information In Settings > About Phone (credit to Pete)
    -SuperUser App V2.1 w/ new UI (credit to ChainsDD)
    -Ads blocked by default in apps & browser *No need to use AdFree* (credit to Pete)
    -Camera Sounds Silenced by default *shutter & video recording* (credit to Pete)
    -Nearly 100MB free at boot (credit to Pete)
    -Over 50MB of free memory at all times *No need to use task killers* (credit to Pete)
    -Busybox & Toolbox commands installed at boot (thanks Koush)
    -Scripts ready to run after ROM Installation (credit to Pete)
    -Backup/Delete Apps Using Astro & godmode
    -Percentage in Battery Icon (images by xeudoxus)
    -Less CPU Intensive LWPs (idea by ChevyNo1 & ReverendYo)

    Tools & Utilites:
    -Flash Image
    -Busybox V1.16.1 (I also fixed it's wget command)
    -Bash Shell
    -Zipalign
    -Toolbox

    Removed:
    -Visual Voicemail (download from the Market)
    -Facebook (download from the Market)
    -Voice (download from the Market)
    -Goggles (download from the Market)
    -Twitter (download from the Market)
    -30 Broken .jpg wallpapers that were left in Launcher2.apk

    Theme:
    -Modified Stock Theme (credit to Pete)
    -Removed Google Logo from search widget
    -Removed Google Logo from maps
    -Removed Weather Channel logo from News & Weather app
    -Removed background from Launcher buttons


    Please remember where you saw all these options first! ;)
     

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  2. iamloco724

    iamloco724 Well-Known Member

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    so this still has the automatic appstosd?
     
  3. peteralfonso

    peteralfonso Member Developer This Topic's Starter

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  4. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member

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    does anyone know how i can learn to edit these updates. i like splicing in the theme files and kernals so i can send one update file to all my friends that are running this rom but to dumb to do it themselves. used to do it just fine when they where update.zips for sprecovery but cant seem to do it with clockwork.
     
  5. Branndon

    Branndon Well-Known Member

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    It's a zip file, you can open it and modify the files as long as you know what you're doing?
     
  6. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member

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    do u still need to resign it
     
  7. Branndon

    Branndon Well-Known Member

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    No, it's not a nandroid. I edited my file which makes apps2sd default before installing, rezipped it and it worked fine.
     
  8. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member

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    all you did was replace that file right? i tried replacing the framewor-res file and the apps with themed apps and when i try to install it fails
     
  9. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    Good timing for a browser refresh, lol.
    Sigh - here comes another ROM.
     
  10. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    So, wait - not all phones may handle 800mhz and may reboot....but I have been running 1200 for a long time and the reboot issues surfaced with 0.1+ BB.

    So I am assuming either it is not totally fixed, or I just have to hope it doesn't happen?
     
  11. Branndon

    Branndon Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, yes all I did was the one file, no apps.
     
  12. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member

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    what file do u edit to change apps2sd defaults
     
  13. G.Armour

    G.Armour You know you want to. VIP Member

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    Installed and started getting the reboot issues again...

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
  14. Branndon

    Branndon Well-Known Member

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    [ROM] Bugless Beast V0.2.1 Android 2.1 FRF57 ?? so this is not Froyo? but Android 2.1?
     
  16. ronaldramsayii

    ronaldramsayii Well-Known Member Developer

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    Yeah this seems to be Android 2.1. Not even P3 Kernels for 2.2 Froyo work. It only overclocks as far as 800MHz just like it was stated in the feature list.

    EDIT: NVM It is 2.2. I shouldn't have doubted Pete.....
     
  17. gwwjpd

    gwwjpd Well-Known Member

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    I think you are both wrong in your assumptions. It is Froyo, Android 2.2
    and I am running P3s 1.1 GHz kernel overclocked to 1.1 GHz Quadrant 1489, Linpack 17.185.

    I think the title is wrong.

    Edit: Also I flashed Fab's NexFont.zip and 928Drioid's Black Glass theme. Looking pretty fast so far with no reboots, yet. Keeping fingers crossed.
     
  18. iamloco724

    iamloco724 Well-Known Member

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    what kernel is the default on this

    so far i like the way it runs and was wondering if there was a higher speed one of it out there
     
  19. Legacystar

    Legacystar Well-Known Member

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    where do you get the 928droid black glass theme
     
  20. Redflea

    Redflea Well-Known Member

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    FRF57 is definintely Android 2.2, the ANdroid 2.1 is a typo.

    The default kernel is the 800MHz kernel that I believe came w/the leaked ROM from Motorola. It's a nice kernel overall, from my experience with it.
     
  21. gwwjpd

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  22. Redflea

    Redflea Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone tried the option Pete mentions above to remove the Shutdown file from system/bin on v.2? I'm hoping it will work on v.2 as well, but wanted to confirm...
     
  23. iamloco724

    iamloco724 Well-Known Member

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    whats thta shutdown file suppose to be for
     
  24. Redflea

    Redflea Well-Known Member

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    It provides these options in Pete's ROM:

    -Hidden Shutdown Options using keys (credit to Pete):
    To Remove These Options Delete /system/bin/shutdown
    *Shutdown: hold power & half pressed camera button
    *Reboot: hold power & volume down button
    *Reboot Recovery: hold power & volume up button

    I've found them to be an annoyance, I keep accidentally hitting the button combos and rebooting or shutting down my phone. Gonna rename the shutdown file in system/bin so I'm protected from own fingers. :)
     
  25. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    @flea - I don't understand how you're hitting that power button - it is really stiff on my DROID, it takes a decent amount of pressure to press it...

    Than again, it *is* Damian we're talking about.... :D
     

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