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[MOD] Harmonious Bumblebee 2.2
NOW SUPPORTS NEW AND OLD OPTIMUS V's !
I made a mod of the latest Harmonia ROM with some apps added, some deleted, some graphical changes and some other added features from the Bumblebee 2.4 ROM. Unfortunately you won't be able to get the full benefit of my custom mod because nearly all the apps I added are paid apps, so you'll have to pay for your own I have however included some free versions (or alternatives) of the apps I did include. Full "changelog" is below.
DISCLAIMER: I'm not responsible if you bork, brick, or in any other way damage your device. You should always make a nandroid backup, and follow all the directions carefully. Remember the old saying "measure twice, cut once."
How to make a nandroid: Boot into recovery (Home, Volume down, Power buttons until LG logo appears) and find the backup & restore menu on your recovery. hit backup and watch it go.
Recoveries: I used IHO Recovery (version 126.96.36.199.3, found here: https://github.com/inferiorhumanorga...i/IHO-Recovery) However this should work with most recoveries that support edify scripting.
If you have a newer OV (the one with the "S" screen) then I'd recommend using BobZhome's modified IHO Recovery as it has the necessary kernel adjustments. found here: VM670NH_recovery.img
DISCLAIMER #2: This is a mod, it is not supported by the creators of either Harmonia (LeslieAnn) or Bumblebee (obijohn). Do NOT go to them for help with this mod, post all questions in this thread.
first picture is home screen using the Launcher Pro launcher, second picture is the notification area. (I changed the default background for version 2.0 because well, I figured some females might want to use the ROM but don't like that the default wallpaper is of a girl...lol you can find the original at the bottom of the thread.
Some info on Harmonia:
To read more about the basis of my mod, the original Harmonia ROM: http://forums.androidcentral.com/opt...age-fixed.html
AWESOME battery life!!
New installer, one of the rare Froyo roms with the newer Edify code to work with the newer recoveries.
Updated Picastics kernel (with OV based ramdisk) supports old and new OV phones. (thanks to BigSuperSquid!)
Mvdalvik, this gives you 175megs of storage space (about 40 more than previously available)
Time without signal fix (Thanks Obijohn!)
Power Button Reboot option (Thanks Obijohn!)
Internal wipe gone
Wifi hotspot built into menu system
Init.d support built-in
Updated email (from 2.2.2)
Updated MMS (from 2.2.2)
Everything up to date (Except Market)
Changelog (what I removed from/added to Harmonia to create this mod):
Changed the PowerOn sound (this is the sound that on the stock ROM, loads with the VM bootanimation) to the KDE 3.5 startup sound.
If you'd just like the sound file: PowerOn.mp3
On Harmonia it loads with this screen:
added the Harmonia sounds zip, so no need to go and flash the ROM then the sounds. This has them both, so all the original sounds from the stock ROM are there (minus the PowerOn sound of course).
I added the black bars from the Harmonia thread here: http://forums.androidcentral.com/opt...tml#post847192.
I also changed the boot animation from the green Harmonia script to the bootanimation.zip that is in the Bumblebee 2.4 ROM (preview below).
If you'd just like the boot animation, that is here: bootanimation.zip
[BOX="Other things from Bumblebee"]
I added the sdspeedfix script and the hosts file (only in 2.1) from the Bumblebee 2.4 ROM. If you load up stock (or the original Harmonia) you should see a difference in how fast your SD card is being read. For more information: [Script][CWM] Increase Read Cache for better SD Card access - xda-developers The hosts file should help those Bumblebee immigrants feel more at home, as it blocks ads (and is updated as of October 13th, 2011).
NOTE You don't need to download anything from there. I have already included the files, the link is just for those who want to understand what the script does.
Also added in version 2.1 and above is the hosts file from Bumblebee. This file blocks most ads.
Dolphin Browser HD - http://bit.ly/twkyOf
Chrome to Phone - http://bit.ly/w2eXtL
ColorNote - http://bit.ly/uRmTkN
File Manager - http://bit.ly/uIsqLW
Flashlight - http://bit.ly/sPFxHw
Launcher Pro - http://bit.ly/uXdLOv (I've included both the stock launcher and Launcher Pro, for those that want to choose. If you don't want Launcher Pro, just get a file manager and delete it)
Links2SD - http://bit.ly/t0PLCp (for those that want to move their apps to the SD card. Can be removed with a file manager)
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Music app (Music 4.0.1) - New Google Music 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich (Thanks to JerryScript for posting this find)
No Frills CPU Control - http://bit.ly/u8xrUr
Titanium Backup - http://bit.ly/sWaV8R
Where's My Droid? - http://bit.ly/vzoDm4 (for those times you've lost your phone and can't find it)
Live wallpapers (I see no point in them, they just waste battery life)
stock music app
Latest version: Harmonious Bumblebee 2.2
Harmonious Bumblebee 2.2 (updated apps and host file, changed status bar text; based off Harmonia 1.7 and Bumblebee 2.4, works with newer OVs): link above.
Harmonious Bumblebee 2.1 (updated apps, added updated hosts file from Bumblebee; based off Harmonia 1.7 and Bumblebee 2.4, works with the newer OVs): HB-public21.zip (MD5: 43a9d0e173491064957117d9f8cfd81b)
Harmonious Bumblebee 2.0 (based off Harmonia 1.7 and Bumblebee 2.4, works with the newer OVs) HarmoniousBumblebee2.zip (MD5: 28a21112d4686c994cdf944dbad9a104)
Harmonious Bumblebee 1.0 (based off Harmonia 1.6.1c and Bumblebee 2.4, ONLY works with the older OVs unless you add the modified kernel for the newer OVs) - hb-public.zip (MD5: b92900a5a095f41702ec2905e9453039)
Harmonious Bumblebee 1.0 has different apps and a different default wallpaper however. Included in 1.0 is: Links2SD, ES File Manager, ColorNote, Titanium Backup, OpenSignal Maps, No Frills CPU control, Dolphin Browser HD, Chrome to Phone, and Google Music beta.
Harmonious Bumblebee 1.0 wallpaper
I have to give thanks to LeslieAnn and obijohn, for without them creating their ROMs for me to tinker with, I would have never gotten this together