Please 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 (not used for support!) Check out my website for more information: www.peteralfonso.com View the Changelog for complete details ROM Download Links: SearchFix included as of 9/23/10 EST 3:10 PM -FRG22DV05.zip (stats) -FRG22DV05.zip (stats) Mirror ROM Updates: 9/23/10 -SearchFix.zip (Info here) *You should only be downloading my ROM from my servers at androidoverdrive.com & darkwingduck.org. The only download manager that currently uses my servers is ROM Manager. If you download my ROM from another server, I will not provide support and can not guarantee that it will work or is in fact my ROM.* *All Froyo kernels are supported as long as they are using the "anykernel.zip" format by Koush* *This ROM is overclocked to 800Mhz by default, not every Droid will be able to handle this clock speed! Your Droid may not boot up or may have random shutdowns or reboots!* Installation Notes: -Wiping data & cache is MANDATORY -After initial install, DO NOT touch your phone until it reboots itself -Remove any apps from the sdcard that you do not want to have restored Features: -FRG22D Android 2.2 FROYO Base (credit to Google) -All the new Gapps *Gmail, Google Search Box, Maps, Street View, Voice Search* -Fully Zipaligned, Deodexed, & OptiPNGed System (credit to Pete) -Smart Automatic OverClocking to highest slot *makes SetCPU optional* (credit to Pete) -Full sysctl support using sysctl.conf (credit to Pete) -Init.d boot sequence (credit to Pete) -Clean Shutdown/Startup (from CyanogenMod) -Custom Static Wallpapers (thanks Prash, Google, HTC, Motorola) -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) -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 & More* -Longer Duration Between Wifi Scans Tweak *Battery Saver* (credit to Pete) -Version Information In Settings > About Phone (credit to Pete) -Ads blocked by default in apps & browser *No need to use AdFree* (credit to Pete) -Camera Sounds & Low Battery Sounds Silenced by default (credit to Pete) -Optimized Native Process Manager *No need to use task killers* (credit to Pete) -Percentage in Battery Icon (images by Xeudoxus) -Less CPU Intensive LWPs (idea by ChevyNo1 & ReverendYo) -Optimized Automatic Brightness Levels 2 (stock minimum is 16 credit to Xeudoxus) 255 (stock maximum is 240 credit to Pete) -Automatic Market Fix *No more slow market in Froyo* (credit to Pete & Ratson) Apps Included: *many moved to data partition for easy uninstall* (credit to Pete) -Modded Calendar App (developed by DarkNet) -Bugless Beast Toolkit App (developed by Mr.Blippy) -Native Sound Recorder App (credit to Pete) -Video Camera App (credit to Pete) -Testing Menu App (credit to Pete) -Pete's Blog App (credit to Pete) -Spare Parts App (modded by Pete) -Bugless Beast Tips Widget (credit to Pete) -Amazon MP3 *Latest available* -SuperUser (developed by ChainsDD) -Adobe Flash Player -Terminal Emulator -Wired Tether -Wireless Tether -Droid X Quick Office App -Droid X Live Wallpaper -Droid X Video Player -Droid 2 Live Wallpaper -Droid 2 Boot Animation -DSP Manager *Audio Equalizer* (developed by Bel.Fi) HotKeys: (created by Pete) -Recovery (hold power & x button) -Shutdown (hold power & s button) -Reboot (hold power & r button) -Testing Menu (hold left alt & menu button) Tools & Utilites: -Flash_Image -Dump_Image -BackupTool -Busybox (I also fixed it's wget command) -Bash -SQLite3 -Zipalign -Zip -Toolbox OPTIONAL Scripts: (credit to Pete) *Note: If you install anything not in my OP you may get permission denied errors!* All the scripts (since V0.1) now have error checking and reporting! Type the name of any script to print its info -ads [-s] [-b] -apps [-bk] [-rs] -apps2sd [-a] [-i] [-e] -backup -browser [-rm] [-cp] -calc [-rm] [-cp] -carhome [-rm] [-cp] -cpuia -cpuinfo -droidboot -email [-rm] [-cp] -fixperm -godmode -lwp [-rm] [-cp] -mms [-rm] [-cp] -restore -search [-dp] [-sp] -shutdown [-r] [-rr] -sound [-e] [-d] -switchboot -switchclocks -switchemail -switchlwp -switchmms -switchmusic -sys [-rw] [-ro] -toolkit [-rm] [-cp] -usb [-e] [-d] -zipalign_apks To use "switch" scripts: 1. Download desired file 2. Place on sdcard 3. Run script 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) Theme: (credit to Pete) -Transparent Notification Window -Removed Google Logo from maps -Removed Weather Channel logo from News & Weather app -Removed background from Launcher buttons -Android Green Progress Bars Print Logs: -cat /data/log.txt -cat /data/backup.txt -cat /data/cpu.txt Special thanks to CPR for file hosting ***** ROM Reviews ***** Review by YankeeDudeL Spoiler Initial Setup: Ok, that's diff. Have to let it restart itself? Ok, we'll do that. New Droid 2 boot ani, it's pretty neat. That sync-up was pretty interesting. Especially since it wasn't a sync. Majority of my apps did reload, but of course, I couldn't get anything from the Market, due to that known issue. Clearing cache and such will get around this. Appearance: Just a stock theme, and the added wallpapers are just the standard Droid X wallpapers that just about every ROM has incorporated. At the time of this post, there's only a few themes available. I chose the Bugless Evolution. Performance: Ok, now this should be the BBeast we all know and love, and is pretty much what you come to expect. Screen transitions are fluid, apps open, perform, and close with no issue and no FCs or lag. All this was with the stock 800MHz kernel. My issue was I could only flash one other kernel, slayher's v.1.6 1100MHz. App and System Function: That Market issue was quite annoying, but again, could be worked around. Not being able to flash a diff kernel got on my nerves, but did get one to work finally. The only problem I never found a solution for was the Weather Widget Donate, which only gave me a "Not Available" message. Otherwise, all other apps seemed to work, including WiFi and GPS. Battery life seemed ok. Never got hot or had an issue. Seemed that smart automatic overclocking did a fairly decent job of allocating the use of power to conserve battery. Goodies: I absolutely loved the hot keys when Pete first came out with them in late spring/early summer. But by now, just about every ROM out there has those same options from the Power button. The BBeast app makes it very easy to apply scripts, which most ROMs do not have. And the aforementioned smart automatic overclocking makes SetCPU obsolete, but be careful with it. If you use a kernel that you is too high for your Droid, but you scale back, you will NOT be able to use it with this ROM. Most kernel devs offer multiple MHz versions, however. Overview: The masses have been waiting for Pete to make his triumphant return with a promised epic new version of BBeast, and fans will be elated. I was very excited to hear v.5 was out, but after testing it out, I'm rather dissappointed. The speed that BBeast once touted has been equalled and surpassed by just about every ROM out there. Except most of those ROMs offer more in the way in terms of customization. The hot keys are already in our past. The smart automatic O/Cing really limit what kernels you can use. And the whole let the Droid reboot without touching it plus the Market issue, combined with the automatic brightness issue feel like probs that were never properly addressed before release. I do realize that people here have stated they've been testing this ROM for quite some time, but this whole release feels like it was thrown out there, with very little diff between builds. Rating: 2 out of 5 stars. Average at best, but issues detract.