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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by OMJ, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. OMJ

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    It is a full Aosp build and not just the theme. Its built from jt1134's source

    Currently this is based off the same source as JT's vanilla

    Donate to Jt1134


    all the images used were taken from http://www.github.com/android

    Battery Percentage works now.

    I got my vendor overlay on github if anyone wants to look at it.

    https://github.com/OMJ-/gingerbread_vendor


    **Credit to Sbrissen for general awesomeness.


    This is still a work in progress. If you notice anything that isnt themed that you think should be just let me know.

    Now for some Screen Shots
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

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    [​IMG]

    Installation:

    Install via clockwork

    This is a themed rom. Its the whole rom but will flash over jt's vanilla just fine.

    If you are coming from a touchwiz rom be sure to wipe data and cache.


    Some other notes:


    I havent gotten the Gingerbread wallpapers in the build yet. I will eventually when I have time. For now just use NexusKang from the market. The free version has the gingerbread wallpaper.


    Kernel is no longer included in this build since voodoo is out. Flash one of the kernels below along with the rom.

    Gingerbread Themed Aosp
    Aosp kernel (RFS)
    Aosp Voodoo Kernel
    Gapps
     

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    no this is 2.2 aka froyo with a gingerbread theme
     
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    omgzzz :eek:
     
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    This is tite! Is fixing battery percent hopeless? I'm guessing it's b/c jt built it in?
     
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    No, i was talking to jt about it earlier. With some larger battery icons and a centered percentage it will work. So it will probably happen eventually. Just depends on when i get around to making the icons larger and jt figures out centering percentage.
     
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    I'm like 90% positive I saw an alpha gingerbread build on xda this week though if you wanna check that out :D
     
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    Haha yeah I know...I was just joking because anytime gingerbread is mentioned in a post everyone looses all common sense and thinks its a rom and not a theme for 2.2. :)
     
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    Just updated. Menus are all fixed and I also changed some images in phone.apk so the in call screen looks much better now.



    Jt made some commits to center the battery and I think I got the icon situation worked out. So hopefully in the next few days the battery percentage will work
     
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    I got the icons working finally....I will have an updated build later tonight or tomorrow morning sometime

    [​IMG]
     
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    certainly kang worthy! :eek:
     
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    I asked this in the vanilla froyo thread on XDA because I assume the issue traces to that, but I know jt is a busy man so I figured I'd ask here too:

    Is there a known reason why the dialer buttons are so laggy? I'm assuming it's just one of those things... work in progress, no kernel source, etc. etc.
     
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    hmmm I dont really find them to be laggy. How laggys are you talking like a second? Or less than that?
     
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    Nice OMJ! This is gonna be my go-to AOSP
     
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    just posted an updated build with working battery percentage
     
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    I would say less than a second, but definitely noticeably less responsive than the current non-AOSP builds. It's not a huge issue, just something I noticed.
     
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    This is very nice. Which radio do I use with it?

    Also, the only non-themed thing I've noticed is the little checkmark icon that comes up on the notification bar after installing or updating something from the market; it's still that black froyo icon and not the gingerbread green checkmark.
     
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    eb01 radio is your best bet although others may work. Good catch on the checkmark thing. I will find that this weekend.
     
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    OMJ,

    I flashed this today and the battery isn't quite right for me - doesn't fit in the icon like the screenie you posted on XDA. I did flash over JT's Nextheme 0.8.1 rather than Vanilla but didn't think that would matter since this is a full ROM. I cleared cache/dalvik a couple of times, toggled the battery percent with reboot a couple of times, but still not right.

    [​IMG]

    Edit: tried again after flashing Vanilla, and changing battery font size to small - it's still off center and goes outside the battery icon.
     
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    hmm....might have to wipe data...although you shouldnt have the option of changing the font size anymore. So let me look at it. I will let you know shortly
     
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    yea looks like you need to wipe data cause of the changes to spare parts. Do a nandroid first just to be safe but on a clean flash it centers correctly for me.
     
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    Yeah the font size option isn't there in the GB, i did it on Vanilla before flashing as a test, thought it might help
     
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    updated...based on the most current source


    Well the change in updater script language broke voodoo conversions so for now this isnt working with orange clockworkmod like I thought.
     

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