"First HTC made MR1. MR1 was without form and void, and reboots were upon the Thunderbolt; and the Spirit of Godrynalyne was watching from above. And Godrynalyne said, "Let there be MR2.x radio support"; and there was. And Godrynalyne saw that the MR2.x radios were good; "
--Totally kidding. Just playing on all the trolls out there that say I have a God complex. Clearly, I do not, and yes, above may be construed as blasphemy. Please take it in stride, as tongue-in-cheek. I am a God fearing man, and am just messing with the trolls. /me hides from lightning strikes
The das BAMF Froyo team is comprised of Trident, ThatDudeButch, and Adrynalyne. Thats not to minimize how many folks actually contribute to this project. We thank you ALL. Without you, we are nothing.
Presenting... das BAMF 1.8.6! (Experimental, MR2.x Radio Support)
Debloated, which includes vzw framework, apps, games, libs, and permissions.
Tweaked filesystem and minfree.
Zipaligned (just once, not every boot, sorry), and deodexed. Odex and deodex perform the same after the first boot, when deodex roms get....odexed. This is merely to save space in /system and make tweaking easier.
Added Google Car Home, removed HTC car app.
HTC Hub and htcsense.com are partially working.
Removed Stocks widget, and app. Google has better apps for this anyway.
Superuser is fixed with rmk40's version, woot woot!
Our own busybox, version 1.19
Profile added to system/bin to help prevent certain malware.
Kernel has init.d support, as well as adb root, and usb debugging enabled on every boot (even from a wipe). Many optmizations, tun, cifs, nfs support. Overclocks to 1.5ghz. Undervolted from 1ghz and down. Stock voltage at 1.19, slightly overvolted past that.
Kernel will boot at 1036mhz! You must use setcpu to overclock, the kernel will not do it for you automatically.
Dusk theme from
No location indicator, thanks Bgill55!
No recent apps on notification bar. Inspired by , using 1.12.605.9 framework, which appears to have quite a few fixes, at least in xml.
Transparent pulldown and location reticle deleted
Accurate battery and custom super quick transition animations, credit ThatDudeButch
Settings toggles, credit to sk806 and JSChiSurf
Settings toggles control app, credit to sk806 and JSChiSurf
6 bar signal mod, credit sk806
gps enhancement, credit to ziggy471
Custom Das BAMF skin, credit to gadget!
Custom Boot animation, credit to dsb9938
Some minor build.prop tweaks
Rebot options, including hot restart, credit to aiccucs
Battery charging enhancements.
HTC livewallpaper that rotates images
Modded email app, credit to Rsotbiemrptson ()
BAMF toolkit credit to Trident
Two way calling recording credit to avs333, skvalex
Volume keys wake phone
Automatic brightness fixed
Google Docs app instead of Quick Office app
Tweaked carrier text, and banner credit to gadget!
New shell scripts and updater script credit to Trident
Features of 1.6.1
32-tab browser is back.
Sound events used with raising and lowering volume have been removed.
Further tweaking of automatic backight settings in an attempt to fix a bug with dimming and not resuming brightness correctly.
Rom manager included.
Kernel manager Lite included.
Features of 1.6.2
Includes features of 1.6.1.
Rom is now running on ext4 filesystem with extra filesystem tweaks.
Filesystem tweaks have been moved to the kernel. So if you stop using our kernel, you will also lose the tweaks. Sorry
Chinese and Japanese languages "should" work properly now.
US ntp server added back to gps.conf.
OTA updates via Rom Manager should now be enabled.
Features of 1.6.3
New 4.4.7 kernel with new tweaks and tweaked v/r i/o scheduler.
Further tweaking of autobrightness.
Updated toolbox to allow v/r scheduler selection and to fix sio scheduler selection bug.
Various little tweaks to the rom.
Features of 1.7
Smoother Rosie that is slightly tweaked visually.
Sped up animations.
Disabled menu unlock on aosp lockscreen.
New default HTC wallpaper.
Features of 1.8:
HUGE update to the Das BAMF Toolkit
Included Rom Stats application
Features of 1.8.5:
MR2.x radio support, only.
Works with custom kernels, yay!
Features of 1.8.5:
sdcard subsystem is now working
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Highlights of the BAMF toolkit by Trident:
Highlights of the BAMF Toolkit by Trident:
CPU Settings (configure min/max frequency; governor)
Includes Terminal Emulator
LTE Settings (toggle 4G, etc)
Configure I/O scheduler
Mount system at boot
Block or show ads
Enable or disable boot sound
Enable or disable boot animation
Enable or disable sense lockscreen
Enable or disable clock in status bar
Clear dalvik cache
Clear battery statistics
Enable uber quadrant
Remove system applications
Backup and restore applications
Configure Apps to SD
Set dalvik VM heap size
Download and install custom fonts
Download and install custom boot animations
Download and flash custom splash screens
There are three flavors. This list above applies particularly to the nte, non themed edition.
Differences between versions:
There are three flavors. This list above applies particularly to the NTE (non themed edition).
NTE: Fully featured, but does not contain very many theme elements, and very little modification to Rosie (the launcher).
Remix: Fully featured, plus additional theme elements and graphical tweaks.
Stripped: Fully featured, plus many additional theme elements found in the Remix edition, debloated, and desensed.
One bug I have noticed is that when I have it plugged in (stay awake is enabled) and the screen dims, when I touch it to bring back full brightness it only brightens part way. If I lock screen, then unlock it comes back full brightness.
Otherwise I am loving the Das BAMF, still seeing random reboots, but not nearly as bad as it was stock.
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