-ROM- Dorian's XXJPY 2.2.1

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    -ROM- Dorian's XXJPY 2.2.1

    *Download Here* - Installation Instructions Below

    The above link is updated to V3. It's meant as a wipe and reload, not as an incremental update... buyer beware! It's awfully smooth!

    Update for V3: Download Update Here
    Changed Device ID back to SGH-i897
    Updated Browser
    Updated Email
    Added Text To Speech

    Changelog for V3:
    Updated to Hardcore's SpeedMod kernel with Voodoo sound - MUCH louder headphone output!
    Updated modem to TLJL3 - Improved upload speeds and voice quality
    Updated Samsung Apps
    Added Voodoo Sound app to control headphone AMP levels
    Replaced Samsung MMS with Android AOSP MMS app
    Lots of small UI changes


    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 XXJPY 2.2.1
    • JK4 Modem
    • Hardcore's SpeedMod for Captivate @ 1GHz with 500Hz Frequency Polling - Thanks Hardcore @ XDA
    • Lagfix implemented in recovery - Convert ALL partitions to EXT4
    • Extensive Gingerbread Theming
    • Preloaded with Swype, Samsung Keypad, and below are links to some different keyboards. (Gingerbread's Keyboard is incompatible with 2.2.1 ATM)
    • Cyanogen's HUGE APN List
    • Ringtones/Notifications/Alarms from Motorola, HTC, Samsung, and Nokia (plenty of choice!)
    • Custom System Font
    • Custom Window Animations
    • Updated Video drivers
    • Better Media focus (no jumps or skips in audio or video)
    • Better battery life compared to JK3
    • This is a full system wipe release.

    Few notes about this one... I haven't implemented a Lagfix on first boot, so after installing the ROM go back in the Advanced ClockworkMod ULK features, then LAGFIX, then select "Faster ALL=EXT4". Also, window animations aren't turned on by default. You can find the animations toggle in the Display settings menu.

    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. (100% recommended)
    • 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 XXJPY 2.2.1" 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, then select Advanced ClockworkMod ULK features, then LAGFIX, then select "Faster ALL=EXT4".
    • Now re-boot, and 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.

    DroidX Multitouch Keyboard APK

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    Question Which of Dorian's ROMs is the one to have

    Dorian,
    I am now on your UGJK3 ROM and would like to know before I flash this new XXJPY 2.2.1 - Are your future development efforts (if any ) going to be in XXJPY 2.2.1 or in UGJK3 since fefore you said, "So, what I'm going to do is optimize the heck out of JK3, increase battery efficiency, include Voltage Control, and skin it a little deeper and upload that instead. UGJK3 is still my favorite base so far, as everything works as it should. With the updated JK3 you won't have to go all the way through the initial install process, just start at ClockworkMod and install it from there. It should be updated in just a little while, just as soon as I get back home. "
    It seems to me that since you found the source of your previous problems with XXJPY and got it to bhave for you that a new 2.2.1 is the way to go, but please confirm as it is a major effort to go from UGJK3 to XXJPY 2.2.1. As jetrae said in the UGJK3 thread,
    Your rom rocks!

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    Dorian, Do I need to flash back to stock to install the new version? Also I backed up all my apps on titanium, is there an easy way to put them all back after I do the update?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic007 View Post
    Dorian,
    I am now on your UGJK3 ROM and would like to know before I flash this new XXJPY 2.2.1 - Are your future development efforts (if any ) going to be in XXJPY 2.2.1 or in UGJK3 since fefore you said, "So, what I'm going to do is optimize the heck out of JK3, increase battery efficiency, include Voltage Control, and skin it a little deeper and upload that instead. UGJK3 is still my favorite base so far, as everything works as it should. With the updated JK3 you won't have to go all the way through the initial install process, just start at ClockworkMod and install it from there. It should be updated in just a little while, just as soon as I get back home. "
    It seems to me that since you found the source of your previous problems with XXJPY and got it to bhave for you that a new 2.2.1 is the way to go, but please confirm as it is a major effort to go from UGJK3 to XXJPY 2.2.1. As jetrae said in the UGJK3 thread,
    Your rom rocks!
    I plan on updating UGJK3 once more, this Wednesday.

    Quote Originally Posted by jetrae View Post
    Dorian, Do I need to flash back to stock to install the new version? Also I backed up all my apps on titanium, is there an easy way to put them all back after I do the update?
    I'd recommend it, yes. It will give you less issues. And with your apps, if you have them backed up with Titanium Backup now, then all you have to do after installing the ROM is download Titanium Backup from the Market and just tap restore on all the ones you backed up. It's pretty simple, just tedious.

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    Is there anything that I should, or can delete from the sdcard? The reason I ask is' the first thing I did to my phone was install an Odin one-click froyo and root it. Then I flashed back to stock and installed your rom. After that I was tinkering with it and tried to install the voltage control, and it got glitchy. So I then re-flashed back to stock, and re-installed your rom. Now it seams that there are folders on my sdcard for unused applications, and I wonder if I should delete them before I clutter the whole thing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrae View Post
    Is there anything that I should, or can delete from the sdcard? The reason I ask is' the first thing I did to my phone was install an Odin one-click froyo and root it. Then I flashed back to stock and installed your rom. After that I was tinkering with it and tried to install the voltage control, and it got glitchy. So I then re-flashed back to stock, and re-installed your rom. Now it seams that there are folders on my sdcard for unused applications, and I wonder if I should delete them before I clutter the whole thing up.
    Sure, you can do that if you want to. If you know what's important on your internal SD, just pull it off to your computer... delete everything off the internal SD then put your stuff back (like pictures, music, game folders, or video...).

    EDIT: Voltage Control is incompatible with the kernel I used here. If you want you can flash SetiroN's 1.5.6 kernel and then you'll be able to use Voltage Control. For some reason though, I find that the kernel I used here (Hardcore's Speedmod Kernel) is easier on the battery than SetiroN's kernel.

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    I have to tell you, your customer service is the best I have dealt with yet! And thank you for answering my questions, I hope they are not too retarded! I have another one though, is there a way to retain the call and text logs when I flash the new rom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrae View Post
    I have to tell you, your customer service is the best I have dealt with yet! And thank you for answering my questions, I hope they are not too retarded! I have another one though, is there a way to retain the call and text logs when I flash the new rom?
    Yep. Try these... They create backups of the call and text database data. Both are free, simple, and bulletproof.

    Call Log Backup and Restore
    SMS Backup and Restore

    Thanks BTW... I know XDA is a rough place for people just starting to get into flashing.

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    Well I installed the XXJPY on my phone last night, and I have to say that once again your work is exceptional! The only problem I see with it, is choosing which rom I want to run on my phone. Compared to the Eclair that came on the phone, they are both amazing. But I have to say that this morning I chose to flash back to the UGJK3 because I feel it suits me better. There are just too many little touches in the UGJK3 that I love. If I could do anything, I would take the screen animations, like the way applications seem to flip on and off of the screen, and incorporate them into the UGJK3 (That pretty cool!!!) I also like the use of the original style contact icon in the XXJPY. I only wish that I knew how you do what you do, and could tinker with the inner workings these things like you. Again I say, Samsung should offer you a job, with a high paying salary I might add!, because you seem to get what people like me really want on these phones.
    Keep up the great work! Also, how would I go about donating to your work?

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    Well I installed the XXJPY on my phone last night, and I have to say that once again your work is exceptional! The only problem I see with it, is choosing which rom I want to run on my phone. Compared to the Eclair that came on the phone, they are both amazing. But I have to say that this morning I chose to flash back to the UGJK3 because I feel it suits me better. There are just too many little touches in the UGJK3 that I love. If I could do anything, I would take the screen animations, like the way applications seem to flip on and off of the screen, and incorporate them into the UGJK3 (That pretty cool!!!) I also like the use of the original style contact icon in the XXJPY. I only wish that I knew how you do what you do, and could tinker with the inner workings these things like you. Again I say, Samsung should offer you a job, with a high paying salary I might add!, because you seem to get what people like me really want on these phones.
    Keep up the great work! Also, how would I go about donating to your work?
    jetrae,
    I was hoping you would try this XXPY since you also liked UGJK3. After seeing you went back to JK3, I will wait for Dorian's UGJK3 update Wednesday night and try it before I flash XXPY.
    Thanks for your report !

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