Thread takeover! I'm going to post updates here in addition to the iho thread (so its easier to find)
This is MY rom
-magpie apps2sd-ext (see below)
-backside updater (thanks jerry!)
This is the way i think moving apps to ext should be done. There are no extra apps, no scripts, no flashing extra stuff, no breaking on rom updates. It is all built in to the ROMs framework.
magpie is a kang of the a2sd feature found in cm5, ported to cm6 and 7 by @firer4t. Just go into the manage apps menu, and there is now a button to move to ext right next to the usual move to sd one. it just works. moving apps back is as simple as pressing the move to phone button. simple, works.
this is a nearly pure build of iho, only differences are the removal of fm.apk, and the use of bobzhome v3.7 kernel
note: gapps are not included in any of my roms. get that from your favorite place to find gapps
i took bobzhome's kernel and applied the -ck patchset to it, added the sio scheduler, and several other tweaks. the result is bobzhome's kernel, tweaked for responsiveness
for those who didn't understand a word i said, here you go: i took bobzhome's kernel and tweaked it to be more responsive and less likely to lag. enjoy
I use to put mine in front of a fan or AC, before I got the better pos I have now
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The pos I call my build machine is just a random computer I found in my girlfriend's backyard when I moved in. There was no fan over the CPU so I stuck a cpu fan on top of the heatsink. Sorta worked for a while. Today I swapped it out for a big case fan held in with electrical tape. Now its running cool enough to touch in the middle of a build without getting burnt (made that mistake twice before)
Well now to the point of this post, new build is being compiled as i type.
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