1. ls377's Avatar
    This is the Gratia ROM that works on the Aria.

    ROM-G9-goapk_g9_2.2.zip

    Here's the XDA forum thread.

    HTC Sense UI Froyo ROM for HTC Aria aka Liberty aka Gratia - xda-developers

    I'm loading this up now, I'll post if I find any problems.

    Note: Some people in the XDA thread have had issues with the market. There are solutions posted in the thread if you have problems.
    10-24-2010 08:48 PM
  2. Smalls's Avatar
    Since the screen size and hardware are pretty much the same, wouldn't this be a great port for the HTC Hero. I know I have a CDMA Hero, but would this GSM ROM work on a CDMA device?
    10-24-2010 10:24 PM
  3. ls377's Avatar
    Not sure, but I don't think it would work, not only because of the CDMA but also the processors are probably different.
    10-24-2010 11:11 PM
  4. tpbklake's Avatar
    This is the Gratia ROM that works on the Aria.

    ROM-G9-goapk_g9_2.2.zip

    Here's the XDA forum thread.

    HTC Sense UI Froyo ROM for HTC Aria aka Liberty aka Gratia - xda-developers

    I'm loading this up now, I'll post if I find any problems.

    Note: Some people in the XDA thread have had issues with the market. There are solutions posted in the thread if you have problems.
    I have been running Froyo CM6 for a while now, but I was curious about this ROM so I loaded yesterday to have a look-see. I never could get the HTC Clock/Weather widget to display the weather info. It just kept displaying "My Location". I also noticed that this ROM still uses the HTC Sense inbox instead of the Froyo 2.2 combined inbox which I have grown accustom to with CM6.

    There have also been some new comments on XDA about the mods that have been made to this ROM that question the origin and whether this is indeed a released ROM, so even more reason to go back to CM6.

    So I will wait for an official Froyo ROM to be released and let the CM6 team extract the Aria Froyo kernel and add it to CM6. HTC Sense was nice for an Android introduction, but I now prefer ASOP's clean look. Long live CM6!

    Regards,

    Tom
    10-25-2010 01:02 PM
  5. ls377's Avatar
    I have been running Froyo CM6 for a while now, but I was curious about this ROM so I loaded yesterday to have a look-see. I never could get the HTC Clock/Weather widget to display the weather info. It just kept displaying "My Location". I also noticed that this ROM still uses the HTC Sense inbox instead of the Froyo 2.2 combined inbox which I have grown accustom to with CM6.

    There have also been some new comments on XDA about the mods that have been made to this ROM that question the origin and whether this is indeed a released ROM, so even more reason to go back to CM6.

    So I will wait for an official Froyo ROM to be released and let the CM6 team extract the Aria Froyo kernel and add it to CM6. HTC Sense was nice for an Android introduction, but I now prefer ASOP's clean look. Long live CM6!

    Regards,

    Tom
    I had the same problem, it seems that you can't get location from the wireless networks. It also doesn't let you transfer apps to the SD, making it useless for the amount of apps I have. The ROM was fast, however, which is a good sign for whats to come.

    When I get some free time (damn 8 AM classes), I'll run some benchmarks and dive in to the ROM some more.

    So here's the story about the ROM: According to the poster, it is the official ROM that will ship with the Gratia, and he made some changes to it (this is why it starts out in Chinese and has the Chinese market). However, there are things about the ROM that points to it not being the final ROM, enough to the point that attn1 is passing on porting this into Liberated.

    Basically, this is a functional ROM and something to play with (and use if you can deal with the issues), but by no means is a final build.
    10-25-2010 09:13 PM
  6. anon(62000)'s Avatar
    I had similar issues with weather for my location, and force close every time I open the Market. Yet the Chinese 'Go Market' seems to work without a hitch.
    10-26-2010 12:57 AM
  7. ls377's Avatar
    Update: Liberated with Froyo is here!

    ROM: Liberated Aria FR Series - Now with Froyo - xda-developers

    Good news for those of you running old versions of Liberated: no data wipe is required. You will lose trackpad wake though.
    10-27-2010 01:42 PM
  8. anon(62000)'s Avatar
    ^^ Much better indeed.



    10-27-2010 03:09 PM
  9. brivette007's Avatar
    Just flashed FR-004. So far it is running great. Only complaint is that it took about 20 minutes to sync my facebook contacts, but I think I kept losing the connection.
    Also, the singnal no longer reads as 3G, but as H. It's supposedly 3.5G (HSPA), but doing a speed test generates about 3.5 MB/s. Not sure if this is faster or slower than it was before. And I can't seem to get more than 2 bars.
    But all in all definately worth flashing this ROM.
    10-27-2010 08:54 PM
  10. Ryan Roland's Avatar
    You will lose trackpad wake though.
    I've been trying to find out how to wake the phone by pressing the trackpad. Can you tell me how you did that or is it only in a certain ROM?
    10-27-2010 09:44 PM
  11. tpbklake's Avatar
    I've been trying to find out how to wake the phone by pressing the trackpad. Can you tell me how you did that or is it only in a certain ROM?
    It is a feature that is in some ROM like CM6, but here is a link to a zip that can be installed from ClockworkMod recovery if you are interested:

    xda-developers - View Single Post - (Wanted) Optical Sleep Wake

    Regards,

    Tom
    10-27-2010 10:31 PM
  12. ls377's Avatar
    I've been trying to find out how to wake the phone by pressing the trackpad. Can you tell me how you did that or is it only in a certain ROM?
    I don't use it personally (I prefer to use it to skip music tracks, a CM6 feature), but here's a link that was posted in the XDA forum
    (Wanted) Optical Sleep Wake - Page 2 - xda-developers

    Edit: I hate when I get beat by a few seconds
    10-27-2010 10:31 PM
  13. loursonbrun's Avatar
    Anyone using this ROM has noticed the '3G' (- now 'H' -) icon that was at all times present on 2.1 on the status bar is now only available after you have started the data connection? Or is it just me?


    Is this a bug or that is how Froyo/Sense 2 works?


    Another thing that seems not to be working for me (- maybe I am not doing it correctly -) is that whenever I launch the WIFI hotspots functionality my PC gets connected to my device, but there is no actual Internet connectivity; I launch my Aria's web-browser and I keep getting a 403 error message; I disable the WIFI hotspot, disable and re-enable my data connection and voilà I get access to my Internet as usual, however the symptoms reappear as soon as the WIFI hotspot is re-enabled. I am doing something wrong or missing something?


    Thank you and regards,

    J.C.
    11-07-2010 01:33 AM
  14. Ryan Roland's Avatar
    now that the stable version of cm6.1 is released have you guys noticed these issues being fixed?
    12-11-2010 01:30 AM
  15. tpbklake's Avatar
    now that the stable version of cm6.1 is released have you guys noticed these issues being fixed?
    Why are you asking about CM 6.1 on a HTC Sense thread? The 'bugs' were in regards to Liberated FRxx, not CM 6.1.

    I have CM 6.1 Released and the wifi hotspot works just fine (it also worked find in both RC1 and RC2) and CM 6.1 also has had the trackball wake feature for quite a while, too.
    12-12-2010 10:26 AM
  16. ls377's Avatar
    Anyone using this ROM has noticed the '3G' (- now 'H' -) icon that was at all times present on 2.1 on the status bar is now only available after you have started the data connection? Or is it just me?


    Is this a bug or that is how Froyo/Sense 2 works?
    It works that way in CM, so it might be a Froyo thing. Or just the way the ROM was built.


    BTW, according to the thread, trackball wake works in the latest Liberated release.
    12-12-2010 03:18 PM
  17. Ryan Roland's Avatar
    Why are you asking about CM 6.1 on a HTC Sense thread? The 'bugs' were in regards to Liberated FRxx, not CM 6.1.

    I have CM 6.1 Released and the wifi hotspot works just fine (it also worked find in both RC1 and RC2) and CM 6.1 also has had the trackball wake feature for quite a while, too.
    Sorry i think I forgot what thread I was in. was reading two different ones that were similar and I'm also a bit of a noob lol

    Sent from my CM6.1 Aria using Tapatalk
    12-14-2010 01:29 AM
  18. laz9642kersy's Avatar
    this is sense 2.0 not 2.2
    02-20-2011 03:15 PM
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    12-05-2011 01:33 PM
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