[ROM] MidnightRom: Sense 1.5.4


  1. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    Crap, yeah, too much bandwidth lol. I'll upload the new version to Minus. It'll be up in a few hours. Sorry about all the waiting!
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  2. Leslie Ann

    Leslie Ann Well-Known Member

    The reason no one has put everything in one is due to conflicts.

    Many camera tweaks have been known to mess with 3d.
    5x4 Rosie tweaks conflict with quite a few settings on Leedroid.
    Unless you did some tweaks, Beats and Leedroid will conflict.
    Battery mod also messes with Leedroid.
    DSP Manager will occasionally crash, probably due to Leedroid.
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  3. G19

    G19 Well-Known Member

    Can't wait to download it.
  4. fitbikerider14

    fitbikerider14 Well-Known Member

    I have been trying to get this rom and i really can't wait to try it :)
  5. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    I've messed with the camera tweaks. No problems with 3D whatsoever both on video and camera. I've used http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1717109 (not the one posted in the 3800+ quadrant thread) for both camera and audio, and there doesn't seem to be any problems

    Leedroid is broken a little bit though, but I'll figure out a way to fix that soon enough.
    -Everything in the MISC section works, and lockscreen section. Everything seems to work correctly in the status bar, except for hiding the gps icon for some reason. The only real thing that isn't working is the tweaks for the launcher. I'll figure out someway to fix that soon enough
  6. xploPR

    xploPR Well-Known Member Contributor

    If you need help with putting the link up i have a pro mediafire account, i wont mind hot-linking the file on my account.
  7. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    I got it figured out, thanks though! I'm uploading to my minus account. 100mb out of 396 so far...xD (Started about 30 minuted ago. Kept changing things)
  8. Hollaback12786

    Hollaback12786 Well-Known Member

    Mediafire downloads are so fast lol
  9. xploPR

    xploPR Well-Known Member Contributor

    I don't know if you are being sarcastic or not lol. :D
  10. Hollaback12786

    Hollaback12786 Well-Known Member

    No sarcasm here lol whenever I download something from mediafire that shiz is like vrooooom lmao
  11. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    Actually yeah, if you want to that would be great. Mirrors are always nice lol.


    About 100MB left. It's getting there :p
  12. Hollaback12786

    Hollaback12786 Well-Known Member

    Exactly lol u never know if/when a link will mess up and then you'll have a bunch of people complaining about the link being down and blah blah blah :D
  13. metal571

    metal571 Well-Known Member

    In case you missed this: "Android native application default handling
  14. G19

    G19 Well-Known Member

    Do we still have to extract boot.img and flash separately if we use 4ext recovery?

    And just confirming, the download link isn't available yet is it? Or am I just blind.
  15. thebryceee

    thebryceee Well-Known Member

    Are you s-on or s-off
  16. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member


    You have to only if you are S-ON, if you are S-OFF then all you have to do is flash


    Download link is now up! Just got done uploading it!

  17. pdwhoward

    pdwhoward Active Member

    This is just a minor suggestion, but include the original Evo 4g flashlight app.
  18. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    I don't think a flashlight app came with the original rom, but if you just bring down the notification bar and go to quick settings, there's a button for the flashlight right there
  19. metal571

    metal571 Well-Known Member

    I think he meant the HTC EVO 4G, the original EVO.
  20. xploPR

    xploPR Well-Known Member Contributor

    Wow, i just flashed it, and i have to say im very impress, will run this one for a while.

    fast and smooth im liking this stock version.

    [​IMG]
  21. xthedakmanx

    xthedakmanx Well-Known Member

    Oh okay. I'll look into it. Probably not because there's already a way to turn on the flashlight right now, and adding another app would just be additional lost space, but I'll check it out ^_^
    Tyvm! Glad you like it
  22. G19

    G19 Well-Known Member

    Can't seem to figure out how to flash the boot.img. I've extracted it and put it into a folder on my SD card. I am using 4ext and am s-on. When I boot into recovery there is no option to flash an .img file, only a zip file. I also can't seem to find a step by step guide on this forum to show me how to do it. Would one of you knowledgeable people care to quickly explain how to do it?
  23. xploPR

    xploPR Well-Known Member Contributor

    Im s-on also, and i also flashed it with 4-ext and no need to extract boot image. just wipe system, cache, boot, data, dalvik cache, etc... flash the rom & SuperSU, and reboot when done, it will take a bit long to boot, maybe 3 to 5 minutes but no worries, you will be ok.
  24. metal571

    metal571 Well-Known Member

    You need to install the Mini-SDK and HTC Sync (for the drivers) first, then create a command line window. Then you cd to C:\sdk-tools where you should extract the Mini-SDK to. Then you set the device in fastboot mode by booting to the bootloader, selecting FASTBOOT, and hitting the power button. Then you can plug the phone into your computer via USB. It should show the phone's serial number when you issue the command "fastboot devices" in that command line window. You can then copy over the boot.img from the ROM zip file to C:\sdk-tools and flash it using the command "fastboot flash boot boot.img". These are the basic steps that I took from http://androidforums.com/evo-v-4g-all-things-root/556788-complete-newbies-guide-rooting-flashing-evo-v-4g-roms-kernels-using-fastboot.html. I use TWRP 1.1.1 so that's how I have to flash a boot image every time I flash a new ROM.
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  25. G19

    G19 Well-Known Member

    That's good to hear. Let me try it.

    Ahhh, Wasn't aware it required a computer. Thank you for the explanation.
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