-ROM- Dorian's UGJK3 FroYo - Gingerbread Edition

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    -ROM- Dorian's UGJK3 FroYo - Gingerbread Edition

    *Download V6 Here*

    V6 Changelog:
    ✓ Completely changed theming to Gingerbread Citrus
    ✓ MTM Blackout Keyboard, Blackout Dialer, Blackout Calendar, and Calculator
    ✓ Kernel updated to Hardcore’s SpeedMod K12T
    ✓ AMOLED mode enabled in kernel to turn on mDNIe mode for font smoothing and sharpness.
    ✓ Voodoo Sound V4 - Introduces a new kernel driver for sound that eliminates the slight pops when starting or stopping a song/movie/video.
    ✓ Avaliable as a full wipe, upgrade from V5, and upgrade without blackout theming.

    Update! Version 5!
    Changelog:
    Updated Kernel to Hardcore's SpeedMod Kernel
    Included Voodoo Sound V2
    Included Voodoo Control App for sound control
    Browser Modification
    Included all of Samsung's Live Wallpapers
    Modified UI Frameworks
    Updated Superuser.apk
    Updated Google Apps
    Included Text to Speech and Voice Search


    Changelog for V4:

    Updated Dialer/Dialertabactivity - No more video call buttons.
    Fixed Contacts button in dialer.
    Updated Calendar to Gingerbread theming.

    Update! Revision 3 is here! This contains so many small changes, that this is a full wipe.
    Changelog:

    • Updated kernel - Louder rear speaker volume
    • Updated System Apps
    • BLN Control Included - To control the Button Backlight notifications
    • New Icons for Samsung Apps
    • Gingerbread theming is now complete - Even the TouchWiz frameworks are Gingerbread themed, so no more of those big blue buttons that clash with the Green/Orange.
    • Updated Device ID and Fingerprint to where all apps are visible - Even Gameloft games. This ROM identifies as a GT-i9000.




    SetiroN @ XDA has compiled a really great OC/UV kernel for the Captivate, so that's the one I included, along with Gingerbread theming from the artistic folks at XDA.

    Remember, that before performing updates or flashing a different kernel, to DISABLE the lagfix. Otherwise you will most likely have to re-flash to stock and upgrade all over again.

    • Based on Samsung's UGJK3 2.2
    • JK3 Modem
    • SetiroN's Captivate Kernel @ 1200MHz (1.2GHz) - Thanks SetiroN @ XDA
    • Lagfix implemented from the first boot - All partitions are converted to EXT4
    • Extensive Gingerbread Theming - Thanks to gtg465x @ XDA
    • Gingerbread Keyboard with Haptic Feedback working - Thanks to bts0uth @ XDA
    • Ad Blocking via hosts file
    • Cyanogen's HUGE APN List
    • Gingerbread Ringtones/Notifications/Alarms
    • Custom System Font

    You'll need to know how download mode works on the Captivate:
    To get into download mode... Remove the SIM and External SD, and with the phone off, hold down both volume buttons (+-) while plugging in the USB cord. You should see a big yellow yield sign with an Android shoveling trash with "Downloading".

    AND REMEMBER... If anything goes wrong during this process, don't panic or hyperventilate. Just go back into Download Mode and reflash JF6. By flashing this, you recognize the risks involved, and neither I, nor attdroids are responsible for bricks.

    Here's step-by-step how to install:
    • I recommend that your phone be charged to at least 75% before starting.
    • Back up your apps and personal information.
    • Download the stock JF6 Eclair build ODIN3 One-Click restore.
    • Now you must have ODIN open before plugging in the phone.
    • Get your phone into download mode, plug it in, and ODIN should show a yellow box with what COM port your phone is connected to. (See above^)
    • Now click start to flash JF6.
    • Go to Settings-->Applications-->Development and check "USB Debugging".
    • Download SGS One Click Root *PC* or *MAC*, and run it.
    • When your Captivate reboots, use the down volume key to select "Reinstall Packages" and the power button to select it. Now it will install Superuser and reboot.
    • Now that you're rooted, Download "ROM Manager" from the Android Market.
    • Run ROM Manager and "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery" and make sure to select "Captivate".
    • Now, place my ROM zip on your phone's internal SD storage.
    • Unplug your phone, and go into ROM Manager and select "Reboot into Recovery"
    • Once in recovery, use the volume keys to move down to "install zip from SD card" and the power key to select. Then "choose zip from SD card". As glenthax has brought to my attention, if you see the default Samsung recovery with blue text upon reboot, select reinstall packages and after it installs it will reboot itself into the correct ClockworkMod recovery which will have green text.
    • Now scroll down until you find "Dorian's UGJK3 2.2 Gingerbread Edition" and select that to flash it.
    • You may notice the screen wig out for a second or two, but don't worry that's normal. It's installing a new modem and kernel.
    • Once it's done, back out to the main recovery screen and reboot system.
    • Since the EXT4 lagfix is enabled at first boot, you'll select "continue with backup and restore".
    • When it gets done enjoy FroYo! **First boot can take several minutes.

    When you initially restore back to JF6 if you have issues with ROM Manager throwing errors, download THIS update.zip that you flash from default recovery.

    UPDATE: New Android Marketplace 2.2.6 APK (Download and place on your SD or push install through ADB)

    Screenshots are hosted at the link at the top of this post.

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    Very Cool, can't wait to try it out this weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Very Cool, can't wait to try it out this weekend!
    Do let me know how it goes for you!

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    I am very interested in flashing this one, but I would like to know how the Bluetooth car connection works (voice quality). Can you provide some opinion.

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    Actually, I've never used that. But i'll pair up a bluetooth headset and let you know how well that works.

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    Thanks, I will appreciate reading the results.

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    Well, from trying 2 different headsets and the A2DP audio to my computer speakers, everything Bluetooth seems to work just fine.

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    Dorian,
    I'm trying to flash your ROM, but the link you provided is not working. Please supply a good one.

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    Dorian you say "Now, place my ROM on your phone's storage" since I am a noob at this, please provide more details for that step. Thanks !

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    Ah, Ok, sorry about that link. It's fixed now.

    When placing the ROM on your phone's storage... you want to plug your phone into your computer, and mount your internal SD card. Then just drag and drop, wait for the file to finish transferring, then continue. Make sure to place it on the internal SD not the external one. The internal SD should have a total capacity of 13.1GB so that's the one you want to place it on.

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