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Root [CDMA] [ROM] joeykrim-original-1.2.0 Odex *Stock Rooted 2.08.651.2* Aug 21st 2011

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by joeykrim, Aug 16, 2011.

  1. joeykrim

    joeykrim Well-Known Member
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    Goal:
    Create a stock ROM with a completely stock system to be customized however the user wants and include developer tools. I run this on my device and wanted to share with any who want.

    Requirements:
    Root access and NAND unlock is required to load this ROM. If you already have these two things, skip this section!
    The best methods to accomplish this:
    Root Access and Custom Recovery
    Load revolutionary - this will permanently NAND unlock S-OFF and allow a custom recovery to be loaded along with root access. Revolutionary documentation.
    Latest Radio Thread

    Technical Details:
    This ROM gives you the original stock system as a complete template allowing the user full control over customization.
    This ROM incorporates the latest software version 2.08.651.2 with some developer applications (root, busybox, eng RUU /xbin tools, flash_image and remount).
    Other ROMs require manual deletion of the dalvik cache. This ROM clears dalvik cache automatically.
    Developer apps included in /system/xbin: busybox, flash_image, remount shortcut script, and ENG RUU binaries.
    Latest Stock Kernel included.


    Directions:
    Load this ROM onto the root of the sdcard.
    Different methods to load the ROM:adb push, mounting sdcard to host computer, downloading directly through the browser on the EVO or through Koush's ROM Manager (available in the Market).
    Boot into recovery. A custom recovery with NAND unlocked (for write access) is REQUIRED.
    Wipe of /data (referred to as wipe of data/factory reset) is recommended! If you'd prefer not to and feel adventurous, there is a script which can help port 3rd party apps and settings when switching between ROMs, fix_permissions.sh (also included in CWM recovery and on the Market). For more info - Cyanogen's Wiki.
    From the custom recovery of your choice, Select Install/Apply .zip and select this ROM .zip file.
    Confirm the flash and it print out the details as it loads. The Stock ROM is large. Will take a few minutes to load
    Select reboot.
    The initial boot when the standard Sprint 4G boot animation appears, will take much longer to load because the davlik cache has been cleared. Give it a few minutes. Once the dalvik-cache has been built, all further boots will be much quicker.
    To make sure the ROM was applied successfully, check for root access by using the su command and the prompt should show # instead of $ and Software Version number: 2.08.651.2.


    Download:
    joeykrim.com - jk-original-1.2.0-odex-signed.zip
    3b97d10536052773ec39a5ddf04cad87 jk-original-1.2.0-odex-signed.zip
    joeykrim.com - jk-original-1.2.0-odex.zip
    41dc570266c8cebf07c5c16655bfc076 jk-original-1.2.0-odex.zip

    Mirror - thanks DrMac and Snipa
    goo-inside.me - jk-original-1.2.0-odex-signed.zip
    goo-inside.me - jk-original-1.2.0-odex.zip

    Mirror - thanks MobGod
    evo3dev.com - jk-original-1.2.0-odex-signed.zip
    evo3dev.com - jk-original-1.2.0-odex.zip


    Change Log:

    1.2.0 - August 21st 2011
    • Based on the 2.08.651.2 RUU
    • Stripped cryptography signature from boot kernel to support custom kernels (thanks Zanzdroid!)

    1.0.1 - August 16th 2011
    • Repacked ramdisk in stock kernel
    • Updated output in updater-script file

    1.0 - August 16th 2011
    • Used RUU_Shooter_S_Sprint_WWE_1.13.651.7_Radio_0.97.10.0530_NV_NV_SPCS_1.16_release_198109_signed.exe as system software and kernel base.
    • Added ENG arm compiled developer tools to xbin
    Please provide any feedback or suggestions. This is my first EVO 3D ROM and it will only get better with your help and support!


    Superuser.apk
    If you want the superuser.apk, [APP] Superuser 2.3.6.1 - Now on the Market [2010-09-05]


    Help/Support:
    To show my appreciate for reading through the whole first post, or at least skimming, I'm usually on IRC and willing to help.
    irc.freenode.net - #sdx-developers and #HTC-EVO-3D


    Custom Application Removal:
    A web site which allow individual applications to be selected for removal. It produces an update.zip file to automate the process of backup and removal!
    [Beta ROM Builder] Create Custom Application Backup-Removal Update.zip - xda-developers


    To Do List:
    Deodex version

    Appreciate all the help and support! Open to feedback. Please post your questions, concerns, issues and experiences. Thanks!!
     

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  2. novox77

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    Nice. I've used several of your rooted stock ROMs from my Evo 4G days. I appreciate the inclusion of the dev tools for command-line work, as well as not touching the bloatware. I like to decide for myself what is needed and what isn't. Great starting place post-root, or wanting to go back to stock after testing out some other ROMs.

    I wouldn't mind seeing something like bash and/or other common shells included as well.
     
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  3. EarlyMon

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    Hi Joey,

    We've chatted before. :)

    On behalf of members and staff, and certainly myself, I want to extend many thanks for this effort as well as your many others in support of Android and of our community here.

    For those who haven't yet have had the pleasure of making his acquaintance, please allow me to introduce and vouch for one of Androids better developers. His work and apps are top-notch, and his love for us users really can't be overstated.

    Joey, please feel free to introduce our members to any of your apps here, where you may feel that they may benefit our rooting community - we won't be counting that as spam.

    Again, many thanks for this contribution to the Evo 3D! :)

    Cheers,
    Early
     
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    joey, great to see you on here and now developing on the 3d! will give this a run
     
  5. joeykrim

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    Updated OP with the download links for the latest stock version, 2.08.651.2!
    Appreciate all the positive feedback and support!
    Let me know if there are any issues or concerns. I've been running this latest version for the last 24 hours and its been great!
     
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    I've been using your stuff since my Samsung Moment days. So glad your up on the EVO 3D!!!

    A quick question for you though, what is the difference in the 2 files? One says signed, one doesn't. What would the difference be? I'm so ready to load one of these bad boys up! Thanks for all your help and support.
     
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    appreciate the support!

    short answer: there is no difference in the ROM between signed and unsigned. the only difference in the packaging of the .zip. some users prefer to have a *signed* version, which in my opinion, doesn't matter, but its a small extra step to keep some people happy.

    longer technical answer: signing of the zip creates a few more files inside the .zip to show the "authenticity" of the person signing it. i.e. joeykrim has a test of keys, he signs his .zip files with so you can check they are from joeykrim. the signing and checking of signed zip files in recovery is mainly implemented by stock recovery's which only flash .zip files signed by the manufacturer. in the custom world, this doesn't really matter as we each vouch and trust each other when we flash .zip files. on a side note, most rom devs who do sign their .zip files generally use generic test keys, which obviously defeat the whole purpose of an authentic signature....

    hope that helps answer the question!
     
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    To be honest with you, yes. It actually made sense. If the Gov't wouldn't have paid for my Security+ cert, I would have no reason to know that much about keys. It seems to be a similar concept. Manufacturer key on the device authenticates the key on the software to allow access to change/modify stuff. A loose comparison I know, but it seems to work.

    I look forward to more of your work. If you need a tester, I'd be willing to help. It's the least I can do if I'm going to profit from your work/hobby. Thanks for taking the time to explain the answer to my questions, not only once, but TWICE!

    Also, any kernels you know of that are supported?
     
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