This is a discussion on -ROM- Dorian's UGJK3 FroYo - Gingerbread Edition within the Samsung Captivate Hacking forums, part of the Samsung Captivate category; Originally Posted by Danhare4 Is there anyway I could modify this for myself?? Sure, just download it and add what you want to it then ...
How could I add stuff, did you use like a coding language or a program??
You just have to know Android's file structure. Most things are just drag and drop.
Your apps go in /system/app
Themes go in /system/framework
I noticed that sometimes when I lock my phone, the soft keys st the bottom stay lot.
Hi Dorian! Great Rom and instructions!!! I rooted my phone and installed your Gingerbread ROM - I love it...My phone is cooking! Apps that worked terrible with Eclair are now running beautifully!
I agree with Danhare4 - The soft keys do stay lit sometimes when the phone is locked
I haev also notice that the haptic feedback is a little screwy...Changing the level in settings does not incresase the vibration and I have noticed that the home key does not give feedback when you hit it
Two MINOR glitches that are WELL worth it to get to use your unbelivable fast and lean OS - No ATT bloatware was a nice touch...Keep fighting the good fight Dorian...Ill be looking forward to some new ROMS from you!!!
Hi Dorian...Last question
Do you have a list of apps that you recommend for the Rooted Droid...must haves???
Also, is this custom rom setup to have all the most effecient power settings...Is there an opportunity to optimize the phone for power saving...I have a hunch you already have that incorporated in the build
Voltage control will be able to give you marginally better battery life because it lets you undervolt your CPU. It won't affect performance at all, but depending on your phone you may or may not be able to undervolt. That's why I didn't include it as preset. The Hummingbird is a great processor, but like any other CPU, it has batches that may be of better quality than others. For instance, the Captivate can be overclocked to 1.6GHz, but there's only a handful of devices that can actually run that frequency stable. Others will freeze, or go into a boot loop because they can't handle it. Same goes for undervolting. Some will be able to undervolt more than others. You just have to try your luck with that. I tried to make my ROM as frugal as possible to keep battery life decent though.
Mine is one of the lucky batches that can actually run 1.6GHz stable, but at that frequency it has unbelievably bad battery life...
Does this rom support wifi hotspots or tether only