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HarleyDude
12-14-2011, 11:39 AM
Did not see this posted here, I'm just bringing it over from our MotherShip (http://www.droidforums.net/)

[ROM] [ROM] Steel Droid X: 3.0 : Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread - 11-26-2011 (http://www.droidforums.net/forum/steel-droid-x/168590-rom-steel-droid-x-3-0-android-2-3-7-gingerbread-11-26-2011-a.html)

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Steel Droid X 3.0 Gingerbread


November 26, 2011


ROM DOWNLOADS
SDX_3.0.0.zip - 81.0 MB (http://dev-host.org/f7r5inrc1alk/SDX_3.0.0.zip)
MD5: cdd496a2b96523ad7d45839adc78dbe1

I used the following SBF before flashing my ROM.
This is the same SBF I have been using for the longest time.
Actual link to the SBF will NOT be posted, per forum rules.
VRZ_MB810_2.3.34_1FF_01.zip - 255.7 MB

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Of course, you should look close at the Android version and Mod version... ;-)

"FEATURES" (TRICKS)

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Open up the Browser, and type in "about:debug" (minus the quotes of course)
This will enable debug settings and the Java Console.

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Goto Settings -> About Phone, and click repeatedly on Android version and
Mod version. You will see what happens. :-D
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This is one massive update to my ROM. I have personally themed damn near every image in it. A LOT of help came from Sonny Sekhon, author of the ICS theme for T-Mobile Theme Engine. Many thanks to him for getting me started on this!


Changelog: (ITS A BIG ONE!)

3.0
Updated system base to Android 2.3.7 - CM 7.2.0-RC0
Updated to ChevyNo1's 1.0GHz MV kernel
Updated GAPPS to latest available
Updated Superuser to 3.0.7 (main) and 3.0.3 (binary)
Updated GoLauncher EX to 2.66 (themed to match ROM)
Updated SteelBox with all the latest fixes and features
Updated Busybox to 1.19.3
Includes Market v3.1.3 (not 3.3.11, I know) (themed to match ROM)
Includes themed GTalk
Includes themed icons and widgets
Includes fixed Torch app (themed to match ROM)
Now theme is based on ICS with personal changes
Themed all GAPPS as well
Optimized more images to save space and decrease loading times
Optimized all system sounds for 2MB space savings
Included all system sounds from the Nexus S ICS dump
Reverted back to Music 2.3.7 instead of 3.x for speed
Fixed data copy error in updater-script
Fixed default system battery capacity to 1390 for the BP6X battery
Made ICS Roboto font the default
Changed the default font for the clock to match ICS better
Changed the clock font to something better
Changed SMS message limit to 400 per conversation
Changed MMS message limit to 30 per conversation
Changed Data Roaming default to ON
Home app is locked in memory by default now
Removed unneeded init.d script
Adjusted power_profile.xml for the D1 better
Added Torch brightness settings and tweaks
Added automatic overclocking script to init.d
Added better ICS themed clock images
Added Honeycomb/ICS themed progress bars
Added ability to completely disable the lockscreen
Color-matched Settings icons for a better visual appearance
Persistent ADB notification is off by default

List of easily removable apps:
Calculator
Calendar
Email
File Manager
Live Wallpapers
Magic Smoke Wallpapers
Music
Search
Theme Manager
Visualization Wallpapers
Voice Dialer


Recommendations:
Wipe EVERYTHING before installing, or you WILL have problems.

Give the ROM time to run, before judging it. It will be slow to start, but speed will increase as things settle in. Wont take long, maybe a few minutes!

As for the Market, you need to sign into your Google account FIRST, and then the icon will appear.

Credits:
Here are my thanks, in no particular order:

666ogre666 (testing, ideas)
Sonny Sekhon (Awesome ICS theme, partial)
Actngrezy (testing, tweaks, mods)
Alastrionia (testing, mods)
Bob24260 (support, testing)
Cush2Push (testing, ideas)
ChevyNo1 (ideas, assistance)
JRummy (pointers, assistance)
Lehthanis (testing, ideas, boot animation)
Woodyman (ideas, pointers, assistance)
Liquid (testing, ideas, tweaks, mods)
es0tericcha0s (ideas, assistance)
gflam (testing, ideas, pointers, mods, tweaks, apps)
RaidZero (testing, tweaks, mods, ideas)
Cyanogen (source)
CVPCS (mods, tweaks)
and more.....

Thanks to everyone for making this possible. This is still an adventure for me. I hope to get this on more devices, as soon as more devices become available to me to test with.








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AdamTomaino
12-14-2011, 11:59 AM
I was looking at this the other day and thinking of posting it at DXF but it seems to be 2 months old so I figured i just missed it here. I was having major bootloop problems getting it to load.... any one else have better luck?-AT

Nemo aeternamn
12-14-2011, 12:07 PM
Just saying.. The latest version.. Need to be ran off of the froyo kernel...

We have nothing to fear but running out of beer

savagerun
12-14-2011, 12:43 PM
I haven't heard of anyone here trying out this rom yet. Nobody probably wants to go back to froyo im guessing. Just wondering if anyone has checked it out.

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AdamTomaino
12-14-2011, 01:13 PM
I saw a pretty good video review here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fHEQ9EgW9Gc

It seems like you get liquid performance but with froyo battery life.... Still its is always nice to have more branches on our CM family tree :) -AT

DanQ
12-14-2011, 01:13 PM
I am running Liberty 3 currently but I ran Steel Droid X 3.0 (beta) for several weeks. I enjoyed it very much, and it performed well. Battery life was better than other ROMS I have installed however average benchmarks (using Quadrant Standard) were higher than most.

This ROM is highly customizable and installs in a very minimal state. The install is a little tricky to avoid having the ROM bring up CWM recovery each time, but I'm sure the Dev included the instructions.

The radios seemed to be better than some of the 2nd init ROMs I've installed, and being based on CM7 it was a pretty quick matter of finding out how to address some of the small issues I encountered.

I still have a backup of it on my SD card, and I can sbf back to Froyo and restore it if anyone needs any specific information. I enjoyed the ROM very much and appreciate the work that went into it. Once I got it running the way I wanted it, it was and remains my favorite Froyo based ROM.

savagerun
12-14-2011, 02:04 PM
Thx for the feedback guys. Very much appreciated.

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