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[GB][2.11.605.0][Sense3.0]BAMF Forever 1.0.1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by digdug1, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. digdug1

    digdug1 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    here's one for the sense guys from team bamf. i will probably try it as well for grins and giggles. i suggest you read all the instructions before installing. if you have ran uber bamf you must delete the bamf extras folder on the sd card!!:)
    this has a new version of sense 3.0. i think they are working on sense 3.5 for a possible future release.

    here ya go:

    [GB][2.11.605.0][Sense3.0]BAMF Forever 1.0.1 (Holy Crap, Not a Preview!)!)
     

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  2. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast


    Just got some free time to play around, saw this, and I am downloading right now :) I also was talking to Ziggy earlier and in about 5 minutes now, a new build of Synergy is going to released...i have 2 new toys to download!!!
     
  3. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    It would be interesting if they get sense 3.5 working, but still prolly not interesting enough to pull me away from AOSP
     
  4. ttran97

    ttran97 Android Enthusiast

    Which aosp are you using?
     
  5. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    BlackAOSP
     
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  6. jcnyc

    jcnyc Android Enthusiast

    By far the best sense GB rom I've used to date. Runs as smooth as my GF's htc sensation now.
     
  7. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    I'm charging now, have been debating on the new Synergy release or this for the past 12 hours or so lol. I am gonna flash this one I think. Are you using a custom kernel or the one that comes with the ROM?
     
  8. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    UPDATE: Running this ROM for a few hours, I set everything up, restored via TiBu..ran thru the setup wizard, and so far so good! This thing is extremely smooth and I won't be able to report on battery life until tomorrow. It comes with the stock HTC Kernel, so I am sure at least a minimal improvement with battery life would be made if Imos latest is paired up with this rom as well.


    Anyone know how to see battery stats on this ROM? I can't seem to find it under any Settings menu. I'm probably skimming right over it :p
     
  9. Scrillex

    Scrillex Member

    Ran it. Not a fan. I tried the newest releases of BAMF and nothing has ran as good as BAMF 3.0 RC 4.9.
     
  10. Dark Jedi

    Dark Jedi Guest

    I ran bamf 3.0 rc 4.9 and I got lag and battery life sucked. I installed this new ROM and hss been smooth as butter. By far the best bolt ROM I have tested so far.
     
  11. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    I still love this ROM, mostly because it is super smooth and responsive, and because the things I need for it to be my daily driver are all fully working..(HTC Hub, Exchange Accounts working properly, etc.) I unplugged at 8am at 100% (no calibration though) and I listened to music for my 15 min walk to class, I talked to my girlfriend for about 6 minutes on the phone, sent a couple of texts, and checked Facebook briefly. Other than that I occasionally looked at it, and then listened to another 5 minutes or so of music while walking to another class. by 3:45p. It died. I am not giving up on this ROM because it works so great. It is definitely my most favorite Sense ROM I have tried as well. I am charging up now, and will be flashing Imo's latest (3.6.0) to see how much of an improvement (if any) i can get with a different kernel. I am also not overclocked at all, min 245mhz max, 1046mhz.
     
  12. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Try different kernels, changing the governer settings, also if you haven't already toggle 4g off when you don't need it, while in class either power off or put the phone in airplane mode
     
  13. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    I will be changing kernels tonight, 4g is off bc I'm in nj, and we get minimal 4g
     
  14. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Yeah def change kernels. I believe there is a way to rip a kernel from a rom but I would need to do some digging over at XDA or rootz to find the thread, that would be if you had a previous kernel that was stock on a rom and you liked it.
     
  15. shaddyyy

    shaddyyy Well-Known Member

    I thought imo's 3.6.0 kernel is an AOSP kernel and not a gingerbread sense kernel
     
  16. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    IMO makes both Sense and AOSP kernels, he names them the same so it can get confusing
     
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  17. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    Yeah his newest GB kernel is 3.6.0 as well as his newest AOSP. I used his 3.5.0 GB kernel while I was running UberBAMF and I got pretty decent battery life. I was at least able to get through my class/work day before it needed to be charged. I am going to flash his newest tonight and I will report on its battery performance in a few days.
     
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  18. brizey

    brizey Android Enthusiast


    He has a 3.7.0 test for sense.
     
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  19. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

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  20. shaddyyy

    shaddyyy Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much for clearing that up for me.
     
  21. Tboltfan25

    Tboltfan25 Android Enthusiast

    It's impossible to keep up with flashing. I just don't know how Scotty does it ;)
     
  22. SpikedRed

    SpikedRed Newbie

    Is this what Sense 3.5 is supposed to be?

    I had read in another thread on the TeamBamf forums that Adrynalyne had mentioned possibly cooking some goodies from 3.5 into some other roms. Yet for whatever reason I can't find that thread. This one is good enough though and explains the current status...
     
  23. brizey

    brizey Android Enthusiast

    There is also speculation that the main drive behind 3.5 was to make sense work better on lower spec phones...strengthened by the first release being on the Bliss which is no where near cutting edge. I think it is actually a good thing--the lower spec phones strengthen the whole Android ecosystem with volume.
     

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