Introducing a stable, AOKP rom for those who want a bit more customisation without much loss in stability. All credit goes to Dragon7780! (AOKP 4.0.4 - IMM76I) Dragon ICS V2.4 [1080p-MP4-SENSE](03/05) v2.4 features (from the thread): - Based on AOKP (MILESTONE 5) - Kernel: Siyah 3.2b6 (Other Kernels are included - SdCard/DragonICS-Addons)CWM - Modem: XXLPS (Other Modems are included - SdCard/DragonICS-Addons)CWM - Build.prop Tweaks - Init.d Tweaks - Latest Gapps Integrated (29-04-2012) - Aroma Installer - Apex Launcher - Miui FileExplorer Modified For AOKP - MiuiCompass - Google Play Store 3.5.16 (Modded) - Google Gmail 4.05 - Google Maps 6.6.0 - Google Play Books - Google+ - Google Streetview - Google Car Home - Google Music - Google Drive - Google Currents - Polaris Office - Voltage Control - ExTweaks (Siyah Kernel Only) - CpuSpy - Youtube - Swype Integrated - SGS2 Settings - And more.. How to Install This is a fullwipe scenario from other roms or Dragon ICS v1.x. Do the following in CWM Recovery: - Wipe Data / Factory Reset - Wipe Cache - Wipe Dalvik Cache (in advanced) - Wipe Battery Stats No need to repeat. Then install the zip from sd card (or internal sd card). It uses the nice Aroma installer that the new D4 uses. Excellent installation interface and much more satisfying than an auto-installer in CWM. If you're coming from Dragon ICS v2.x, just wipe cache, dalvik and battery stats and you'll be good to go! So what's good about this ROM? 1. It's AOKP so it has a lot of nice customisation features as standard, such as: Navigation bar. This feature can replace the regular dock (if you use a launcher that can hide the dock) and make it seem like you have a Galaxy Nexus It's very customisable and can have up to buttons which do whatever you want. It has it's drawbacks however, like an inability to hide...ever; although you can shrink it to a bearable size. See pictures below for how it looks. Custom Lockscreen. A jkay-esque tweak to let you quick-run apps from the lock screen. If you use a pattern or other form of passcode, you can enable the lockscreen to show before the security check. Performance Settings, such as cpu adjustments, voltage control, free memory allocation and scrolling cache, which apparently improves scrolling (but I can't see it) Other tweaks, such as clock, wifi and battery customisation, crt animation, and the ability to set a custom carrier label (see pictures below) 2. As you can see in the pictures, it's got an amazing stock theme. It's a nice black-blue theme (even Gmail is black!) with custom icons and a more presentable notifications bar (sammy-esque, rather than AOSP-esque). The intro is pretty nice as well, no annoying sounds. 3. Stability. Barring what I say in the next section, it's a very stable rom. I haven't had any major issues with it. All the standard features What isn't good / what doesn't work in this ROM? Besides the standard ICS issues like scrolling and battery, there's not much wrong with it. I'll build and error log below: - v2.4: Access to external sd card when plugged in has gone - v2.4: Lost 3G/HSDPA signal permanently. No idea why... - v2.3: Had a FC with AVG first time it opened, but it started scanning anyway. Opened fine the second time. - v2.3: Got a reboot when connecting to usb. usb connection worked after the reboot. - The weather feature doesn't seem to work properly (but I haven't investigated yet). - Minor instability issues after using dual boot (eg when i switched Dragon back to primary rom, it had a couple of FCs on reboot, which haven't reoccurred). It could have been causing the above v2.3 FCs. - I don't know if I've done something weird (probably!), but the standard email app is gone? Someone might want to confirm that. Doesn't bother me since I use Gmail. - I can't find a native screenshot function. Screenshot ER's 'shake to take' feature (that's what I'm calling it anyway ) is awesome though! Summary It's an amazing rom any way you look at it. It takes everything that's good about AOKP and makes it stable. I've had the least amount of problems with this one, and it's really helped me to dig deeper into AOKP and explore its potential. It's probably not recommended for newbies just starting out on ICS or new to roms in general, just because there's a lot of options and you have to know what boxes you're ticking to get the best result. Once you've explored it enough, it's a great rom to be on! Pictures (v2.4) FAQ Coming soon!