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Altonus Jelly Bean (With Google Now 100% Working and three kernels)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by EManU3LXX, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    People Said It Could Never Be Done...
    They were so wrong...again


    Introducing, Droid Altonus2. Bringing CM10 to all the people in the world who still use the OG Droid. Featuring new features such as Google Now, Better Ram Utilization, Brand New Custom Made Supercharger Script. This ROM is the newest bad ass on the block.​



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    Full Specs
    • Google Now (Online and Offline ROM Versions)
    • Pre Rooted and Busyboxed
    • OC up to 1000mhz *On Select Kernels
    • Droid Beats (Thanks to RockoDev)(See Post 2)
    • V6 Supercharger Script incorporated (Thanks to zeppelinrox) (See Post 2)
    • Hidden Sweets :)
    • Working Data (Includes MMS), Radio *Phone Calls* (Baseband C_01.43.01P)
    • FM Radio (Kfazz)
    • Android 4.1
    • Based from CyanogenMod 10
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    Known Bugs

    The ROM is a bit slow at startup... plus, it was never meant to run on the Droid. Voice search is not working... always just stops and says "Didn't catch that". Working on a fix, but in order to bring JB faster, I'm releasing this version first. Oh, and I played angry birds... without much lag so I guess that counts for something :)

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    Dowload Altonus2 * This version is HIGHLY UNSTABLE
    Download v1.2
    Download Gapps

    Installation Instuctions
    STEP 1) Download the files above.
    STEP 2) Boot into clockwork mod
    STEP 3) Wipe DALVIK, CACHE, DATA/FACTORY RESET, SYSTEM and BOOT IMAGE
    STEP 4) Flash ALTONUS!
    STEP 5) Reboot Recovery
    STEP 6) WIPE DALVIK and CACHE
    STEP 7) Flash ALTONUS GAPPS!
    STEP 8) Reboot Into ALTONUS!



    OTA Updates are available for Premium Users of Rom Manager.
    Please click here to contact me with any information about bugs, installation errors etc.
    PLEASE DO NOT POST BUGS HERE.

    THIS ROM WAS BUILT USING ANDROID DEVELOPMENT STUDIO

    Support team Altonus and EManU3LXX... Please Donate to the cause
     


  2. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Altonus is all about choices and because of that we present you with these wonderful installation options


    *Droid Beats (Without GUI for now)
    *Kernel 1 Most Dangerous but the best if your phone can use**
    *Kernel 2 Overclocked, but stockish**
    *Kernel 3 Safest Kernel based off stock**
    *Google Now w/ Online Dictation
    *Google Now w/ Offline Dictation

    **Thanks to Kfazz for Kernels, Peter Alfonso's Kernel's MIGHT work, you can try, just be sure to have a backup

    Flash these in clockworkmod
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    V6 Supercharger Instructions


    Place these files in your SD card
     
  3. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian

    I got paid! Donation on the way.
     
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  4. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Thanks alot man... links due shorty.. i was just on the road this weekend with my mom nd sister and I didn't have internet except for the hotels
     
  5. scottsdca

    scottsdca Newbie

    Are the links on Rom Manager?
     
  6. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Soon will be, my harddrive failed -_- so I had to get everything back up and running... google drive saved my ass
     
  7. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Links are up!
     
  8. ironmask

    ironmask Android Enthusiast

    This is so sweet! My original Droid lives to see a Jelly Beaner ROM! Woot! :D
    Thanks for all your hard work.. I have been playing with this since last night... I used version 1.2 and the safe kernel with jellybean gapps and so far it has been pretty nice considering this phone was never meant see this Android OS... but like the OP says! "They were so wrong!!!" :p

    Look forward to seeing more things ironed out on this.. are your plans to have everything 100% working for this? That would be so awesome! I just started a new job after being unemployed for 6 months but I will definitely be hitting that donate in a few weeks for you!

    Thanks again! This is so cool... I will never sell my OG Droid... it just keeps coming back with a vengenance!!!! :)
     
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  9. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    :) Glad to hear you like it, and just like my ICS rom, I do plan on ironing out all the kinks, but it will take longer, cuz I'm back into school... since I'm doing a programming class though, maybe I'll see if I can do this as a project or something, who knows!
     
  10. Have you considered focusing on just one of the two? In my mind, whichever has the greatest chance of being a stable "daily driver" should be the one you put your time into. If that gets stable and solid, you could shift to the other if you still want to.

    Just an idea...
     
  11. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    That was exactly my idea, since ICS had a head start, i's pretty much done.. you can check it out on Rom Manager, developer EManU3LXX, or look up the thread here.. I'm focusing my shift on JB now
     
  12. Sean Griffin1

    Sean Griffin1 Lurker

    V6 Supercharger Instructions


    Place these files in your SD card[/QUOTE]
    Is there no V6 Supercharger yet? Or can I use the zip from the ICS rom?
     
  13. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I haven't finished this my bad! But yea, you cna use ICS supercharger with no bad side effects.
     
  14. Funintegras

    Funintegras Newbie

    Hi, Installed your rom on my droid, runing great. Only problem I have is when checking voicemail the screen blacks out and cant do anything for a bit until call disconnects itself. Is this a known bug?

    Thanks
     
  15. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian

    I can't any of the links to DL anymore. These adfly links are not playing nicely with my browser's setup....
     
  16. ogdroidman

    ogdroidman Lurker

    Very cool thank you so much for your hard work will you be doing this for androis 4.2 Jelly Bean?
     
  17. ShawnMichael

    ShawnMichael Well-Known Member

    Does the kernels for this work with the ICS port?
     
  18. OGDROIDVOID

    OGDROIDVOID Lurker

    Stuck in a boot loop!

    I followed the instructions for both this ROM and the ICS ROM and seem to have hit a wall. The ICS ROM would allow me to get to the boot animation before looping (red notification would flicker every loop).

    I'd love to see Google Now running on my OG Droid, did anyone run into these problems and find a solution?


    ---I must've corrupted the file somehow during the first download. Since, I have been able to run the ROM and it is cool! I'm getting stalls from Google Now, but I'll see what the boards have to say about that.
     
  19. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Back up before you try... I've never done it myself tho
     
  20. 3n3rg1c

    3n3rg1c Newbie

    I wanna know the bugs of the roms & what is difference b/w V1.2 & v2 rom ?
     
  21. 3n3rg1c

    3n3rg1c Newbie

    Yes they do work
     
  22. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Idk all the bugs, but some people reported cam not working on 1.2, overall it's really ram management and different tweaks until I can get to the final version.
     
  23. 3n3rg1c

    3n3rg1c Newbie

    Any other kernels available ????

    v1.2 boots after 2-3 M logos. needs kernel to be changed...
    v2.0 bootlooping
     
  24. EManU3LXX

    EManU3LXX Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    No there aren't any more kernels available. For now.
     

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