[ROM][ACS]SyndicateROM Frozen 1.2 (Updated 6/20)

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Source : [ROM][ACS]SyndicateROM Frozen 1.2 xda developers

Developers/Credit: ACS

ROM Features:

  • based on EC05
  • kernel rooted
  • deodexed
  • zip-aligned
  • PNG-optimized
  • hand-tweaked from the ground up
  • designed for EXT4
  • CWM 3.0.0.6 compatible

Version 1.2

Darkkys zipalighn method
Tweaked the file system for more speed and battery savings
Default scheduler to BFQ
Updated all apps
Added Galaxy Tuner, KiesAir, SamsungApps, Voltage Control
Baked in 6 lockscreen mod
Updated theme


Version 1.1.1- Hajime-taisho -
  • Custom Undervolting with Voltage Control from the market - tanimn
  • Fugu-Tweaks - nikademus
  • modified dalvik/libdvm.so - no2chem
  • No2Chem's updated bionic - no2chem
  • Impaled Keyboard Patch Fix - theimpaler747
  • Increase Read Cache for better SD Card access - brainmaster
  • Darkyy Ram Booster - darkky
  • Modified Sqlite.so
  • Changed build finerprint back to Epic EC05
  • Added Darkkys Gallery No more battery drain*
  • Added Crutch lite (enables all downloads in stock browser)
  • aosp lock screen is defualt
  • gps crash workaround - mkasick
  • gps assistance - mkasick*
  • silent option on volume controlls - mkasick*
  • updated theme - maddogin
  • chris41g - tw date fix


Change Log v1.1.0- Takiya


  • all the goodness added up to this point
  • based on EC05
  • removed low battery killers in camera, music, video players
  • added Flash Player 10.2
  • added Adobe Reader
  • added modified CM6 browser (window limit gone, Incognito Mode available, no checkerboarding)
  • added TWS display fix
  • modified calendar widget
  • added AppWidgetPicker
  • all apps up to date
  • updated to Twilight Zone 1.1.0
  • (kernel) back to basics with fresh EC05 source and codesourcery 2009q3 toolchain
  • (kernel) Voodoo Sound 6
  • (kernel) 1.3ghz new top speed
  • (kernel) 600mhz step added for smoother scaling at stock frequencies
  • (kernel) conservative governor is fixed. (On Demand is still default)
  • (kernel) adjustable hardware keyboard patch
  • (kernel) tun.ko added to modules for VPN support
  • (kernel) framerate cap raised to 72fps
  • (kernel) DVSINT1 raised to 1.125v for higher clocks and better stability
  • (kernel) sports mode back and working for the camera
  • (kernel) sysfs interface for scaling_available_frequencies



Change Log v1.0.2- Malanga


  • integrated Tether fixes
  • integrated Hotspot fix
  • integrated mapping fix
  • added recompiled libdvm.so
  • really removed battery popup
  • added Battery Mod app
  • added automatic backup/restore
  • restored all stock ringtones
  • added "real phone" ringtone (default)
  • updated hosts file
  • updated MyBackup Root
  • added Voodoo Control App (controls Voodoo Sound settings)
  • updated kernel to Twilight Zone 1.0.4
  • (Fully Loaded) moved live wallpapers, Samsung widgets to /data/app
  • (kernel) built with crosstool-ng (no more CodeSourcery)
  • (kernel) added Voodoo Sound (big sound quality increase!)
  • (kernel) increased framerate cap




Change Log v1.0.1 -MadHouse



  • re-architectured CIQ removal fix - themers/modders take note - resigning no longer neccesary
  • fixed SSL bug
  • fixed email bug
  • created AM/PM restore addon, fixes 24-hour time
  • removed modified libsqlite.so - improves database stability, possible FC fix for those affected by Wireless Tether issues
  • added MyBackup Root
  • added Adao File Manager - far superior to My Files
  • fixed white pixels around GPS, 1X icons
  • fixed GPS animation frame display order - minor; locks now show two bars, not one
  • Social Network Sync included in both versions
  • Google Search re-added
  • malware patch included - thanks Rodderik
  • SMS/MMS notification icons changed to DI18 versions (black > yellow)
  • Google Maps updated
  • Wireless Tether updated
  • (Fully Loaded) Facebook updated
  • (Fully Loaded) added stock live wallpapers
  • added new kernel version - thanks tanimn!
  • (kernel) tweaked voltages, 1.2ghz should be stable for the few users it wasn't stable for before
  • (kernel) updated tether support
  • (kernel) boots at 800mhz, runs at 1ghz by default
  • (kernel) updated toolchain
  • (kernel) fixed charging animation while phone off bug
  • (kernel) memory leak for those affected fixed
  • (current upload) fixed Market FC
  • (current upload) fixed Email bug completely
  • (current upload) Phone icon blue again
  • (current upload) Wireless Tether really added



Kernel Features:

* any and all lag completely destroyed
* Network speeds at their peak - no throttle service, buffers adjusted
* 3G, 4G, and WiFi are stable
* Video recording issues have been resolved
* RNDIS no longer conflicts with ADB
* 1xRTT properly displays, instead of the erroneous 3G icon
* The Sprint HTTPPD and RTSP proxies have been completely removed
* The 'battery full' popup and sound has been removed
* SMS/MMS messages and email have been removed from the call log
* A restart button has been added to the shutdown menu
* "AM" and "PM" have been removed from the clock
* Did we mention Carrier IQ is gone?
* Twilight Zone is overclocked to 1.2ghz by default, and undervolted at 1.0ghz
* Twilight Zone features optimizations from 2.6.34, and many optimizations for the Cortex A8
* Animations correctly smoothed
* Transition animation speed automatically set to fast on first boot, completely user-adjustable after
* Hardware keyboard response improved
* Loud boot sound removed
* GT-I9000 fingerprint to allow protected apps in the Market
 
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dmlee

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I think that everyone should run this ROM. After all the delays and bugs, I have fallen in love with the Epic 4G again.
 

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Alright I have Bonsai 2.0.1 with DK28 and EXT4. How do I install this correctly? Can some post me an easy way to do this?

I appreciate the help!
 

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ROM runs great, only problem I noticed was when I went into running services.... that damn DRM service is still running. Seems like that should have been removed?
 

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Removing it can cause media problems. Better to stop it from starting at reboot with Startup Manager app or equivalent.
 

Donmeister85

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Removing it can cause media problems. Better to stop it from starting at reboot with Startup Manager app or equivalent.

I've always frozen it with Titanium Backup to keep it from running. I've never removed it though. The only media I play on my phone is music and the occasional Youtube video. I've never had any hiccups, but I'm guessing if you use Samsung Media Hub, you better make sure it's running.

Version 1.0 - Manriki
- initial release
- running at 1.2ghz, use SetCPU to set to 1.0ghz with undervolting
- Known bug: Google Quick Search/search button on home screen behaves improperly - fix coming
- Known bug: kernel not scaling (to 1.0ghz max from 1.2ghz max in SetCPU) correctly - FIXED! DOWNLOAD AND FLASH, use the On-Demand governor!
- Known bug: 24 hour time not displaying correctly, thanks jsheahawk.
- Graphical quirk: few white pixels in some status icons. Will be fixed!

Has anyone encountered any of the bugs? I'm most concerned about the white pixels in the status icons. Let me know if you've encountered this as I'm seriously contemplating flashing this tonight!
 

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Has anyone encountered any of the bugs? I'm most concerned about the white pixels in the status icons. Let me know if you've encountered this as I'm seriously contemplating flashing this tonight!

The Search button bug can be a bit bothersome, depending on how much you use the universal search. Pressing the Search button on on the home screen simply does nothing. A way around this is to download Google Search from the Market and just make a shortcut/widget to that. I've only noticed the "white pixel" bug while GPS is trying to get a lock (it shows a lit up pixel in each corner of the GPS icon in the notification bar), but it goes away as soon as it gets a lock, so nothing serious.


On another note, I've been using this ROM for the last day or so, and it's pretty incredible. It's a bit more responsive than TER1.5, not by much, but definitely notiecable. Battery life is also a bit better than TER1.5/Genocide 0.3a, once again not by much but noticeable.
 
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Okay, so I figured it out. Not too bad actually.

As for bugs, the search button doesnt pull up the google search, email fc's alot if opening email.

That is all I have found so far.
 
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The Search button bug can be a bit bothersome, depending on how much you use the universal search. Pressing the Search button on on the home screen simply does nothing. A way around this is to download Google Search from the Market and just make a shortcut/widget to that. I've only noticed the "white pixel" bug while GPS is trying to get a lock (it shows a lit up pixel in each corner of the GPS icon in the notification bar), but it goes away as soon as it gets a lock, so nothing serious.


On another note, I've been using this ROM for the last day or so, and it's pretty incredible. It's a bit more responsive than TER1.5, not by much, but definitely notiecable. Battery life is also a bit better than TER1.5/Genocide 0.3a, once again not by much but noticeable.

I just flashed the google search zip that Paul created for the ACE rom and that fixes the search button. http://forum.androidcentral.com/epic-4g-rooting-roms-hacks/62681-rom-ace-rom-v1-6-a.html#post640328
 

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The fact that the carrier IQ has been removed has def improved battery life for me. I'm ten hours into using my phone moderately ( some texting, few phone calls, and visits to AC) and right now I am at 63 % left on my battery. This is def a rom I am sticking with for a long time.
 

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The Search button bug can be a bit bothersome, depending on how much you use the universal search. Pressing the Search button on on the home screen simply does nothing. A way around this is to download Google Search from the Market and just make a shortcut/widget to that. I've only noticed the "white pixel" bug while GPS is trying to get a lock (it shows a lit up pixel in each corner of the GPS icon in the notification bar), but it goes away as soon as it gets a lock, so nothing serious.


On another note, I've been using this ROM for the last day or so, and it's pretty incredible. It's a bit more responsive than TER1.5, not by much, but definitely notiecable. Battery life is also a bit better than TER1.5/Genocide 0.3a, once again not by much but noticeable.

Interesting, thanks for the heads up on that as I keep the universal search widget on my homescreen.

I just flashed the google search zip that Paul created for the ACE rom and that fixes the search button. http://forum.androidcentral.com/epic-4g-rooting-roms-hacks/62681-rom-ace-rom-v1-6-a.html#post640328

I'll definitely be trying this!
 
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