Shinjitsu Rom 1.5.2.4 OTA Available(Discontinued)


Which battery icon do you like better?

Poll closed Jul 12, 2012.
  1. 1.5b Battery Icon

    7 vote(s)
    31.8%
  2. 1.5.1c Battery Icon

    15 vote(s)
    68.2%
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  1. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    What I did was I flashed B08, let the phone boot up fully. Then go back to CWM, Wipe Data, Cache, Dalvik, then flash Beta 2, then flash intermediate update. Worked for me, no bootloop. It WILL take a moment or two to fully power on, though, as it has to rebuild the dalvik cache.
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  2. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide

    Okay, did you let the phone boot up between flashing the beta and the update. or just flash one then the other right on top of it? I did get to the boot animation, but even after letting it sit for about five minutes to allow enough time to rebuild the Dalvik, it was still just sitting there on that boot animation...
  3. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    I flashed beta, then immediately flashed the update. Did not let it boot inbetween
  4. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide

    Okay, I'll try that again. How long did your Warp take to boot up and rebuild the Dalvik under Shinjitsu once it was installed?
  5. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    A good two to three minutes, I think. But once its done, it boots in half the time of the stock ROM :D
  6. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide

    Good deal :) I go to download the beta 2, and Dropbox says the file was deleted or moved... any mirrors?
  7. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    Maybe shin is getting ready for beta 3? I dunno o.o
  8. Phoenix UCG

    Phoenix UCG New Member

    I just wanted to thank you (Shinjitsu) for all of your hard work. I have used a lot of others Roms and yours is the best by far and I'm looking forward to your next updated. I know that it takes a lot of work to come up with a Rom this good and I hope that you know I truly do appreciate all of your hard work. Thank you and keep up all the great work:)
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  9. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide

    Hey, Prinny, just wanted to say I tried your procedure and I finally got Shinjitsu working on my Warp! I have to say, I love the speed and smoothness or the ROM, but the only bad thing is it obliterated my battery! lol I guess all that speed and power doesn't come for free, though, eh?

    I also have a question for you, Shinru. Is there any way you can make available your OC kernel as a standalone .zip for installation on the factory ROM? Or is there a way I can take it out of your ROM and install it in another? Just curious if this kind of thing can be done.
  10. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

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  11. shinru2004

    shinru2004 Well-Known Member Developer

    sorry guys i have been really busy working on the new release, and thank you prinny for stepping up and answering questions that have been posted/asked here. It means alot, I have so much going on right now.

    I'm trying to get the notification toggles ported over from CM7.
  12. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    No worries! Take your time with the release. I enjoy helping others out.
  13. Hey shin.. 2 I really want a clock in the notifications bar. And I also would like the batter indicator that had the arrow and numeric percentage. Rom toolbox doesn't have a clock option but I tried changing the battery with it. It said installed and when I rebooted it still wasn't there. How can I put the clock there and change the battery??? Thanks in advance. Looking forward to the final product. I went back to the OC. Kernal. I think it's working better now. I'm no longer having wifi issues or any of the other small problems I had b4. Weird!!!
  14. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    As far as the battery goes, you can do that via uot kitchen. I'm pretty sure the clock is there but the color is set wrong... There are user themes in the all things root section that rectify that.
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  15. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide


    I tried flashing his kernel over top of my modded ROM, and something in the .zip told Android to use the factory launcher upon boot... which I had already deleted. I reloaded the stock B08 image (the one with root and CWM already installed, available here on the forum) then flashed Shin's OC kernel over this, which worked perfectly. After a Titanium reinstall of all my apps, I'm back to essentially the same setup I had before, but with almost twice the speed. :D

    Thanks for your help, Prinny!
  16. Ok so I spent the past 5 hrs trying to use the uot kitchen for the battery. I selected the battery then went to uploads. Set it to edify scripting and emmc. Picked the right screen size. I selected shin rom because they have it on file. B4 flashing cleared cache and delvik. And each time I get an error saying amend scripting no longer works switch to edify scripting?? Thing is I did it over and over and I know I selected the right things. Edify and emmc. Anyone had this issue or know water to do
  17. Never mind I finally got it. Had to manually upload the framework and systemic. Apk files. For some reason they're copy of shins rom files won't let you flash right. Hey shin you should contact them and give them the 2 files again so the process would be better!!
  18. lmarisy

    lmarisy Well-Known Member

    Anyone else having issues with drop box? im clicking on the link's on page 1 and opens up drop box but says no files are there to download? am i missing something ..


    Louie
  19. mercury0x000d

    mercury0x000d Digital Packrat Guide


    It looks like the beta 2 was removed by Shinru. The two files (Shinjitsu_Rom_1.5.1c and Shinjitsu_Rom_Intermediate_Update-1) you need to do a complete install are still available, however. To paraphrase the advice Prinny gave me, make a full backup first then flash Shinjitsu_Rom_1.5.1c followed by Shinjitsu_Rom_Intermediate_Update-1. You don't need to reboot between flashing the two files, just do one then the other straightway after. Reboot when both are flashed, and you'll be all good. Oh, and since Shinjitsu is a B08 based ROM, you may need to install the stock B08 image first if you're already on B08C.
  20. You don't need to install b08 in order to install 1.5.1c because it rewrites it boot image while flashing
  21. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase Guide

    Some people have had issues when flashing without doing it. I myself have not, but it seems to help others.
  22. shinru2004

    shinru2004 Well-Known Member Developer

    I have re-posted Beta 2, Must have removed it on accident. >.< i will update the link in OP here in a few minutes once the upload is complete.
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  23. ccrusher1

    ccrusher1 Well-Known Member

    Hey shin, can you do me a favor and set up a donation thing for yourself? You deserve it.
  24. esparks004

    esparks004 Well-Known Member

    Agreed!
  25. shinru2004

    shinru2004 Well-Known Member Developer

    I have posted at the bottom of the op
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