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[ROM] ilwt cm7

Dieses Thema im Forum "Custom-ROMs für HTC Desire Z" wurde erstellt von sealsnipe, 30.01.2012.

  1. sealsnipe, 30.01.2012 #1
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    ILWT - Cyanogen7 Mod

    Der Nutzer Tsubus aus dem XDA-Dev Forum hat seine eigenen Modifikationen am CyanogenMod7 (er nutzt immer nightlies) gemacht.
    Die Haupt Punkte sind folgende:
    • Modifizierter Kernel
    • Eigene Govenor Einstellungen
    • persönliche Tweaks

    Man hat beim Installieren die Möglichkeit ein paar Optionen einzustellen. So nach dem Motto das will ich, das will ich nicht und das will ich modifiziert.
    Um die Installation zu modifizieren legt einen Ordner mit Namen ILTW im Hauptverzeichnis eurer SD-Karte an, dort legt ihr eine txt-Datei rein. Die txt-Datei findet sich in der zip Datei.



    Meine Bewertung:
    Stabilität 10/10 - Laufzeit seit letztem Reboot zwecks Backup: 97h
    Energieverbrauch 9.5/10 - Sehr optimal.
    Performance 10/10 - Dank dem ILTW Kernel und Deamon kommt Performance genau dann, wenn man sie braucht!


    Hier der Thread in Originalform, ist mir zu viel um es zu übersetzen.

    DISCLAIMER: I will take no responsibility if you brick your phone or if this ROM screws your phone up in any shape or form.

    Why am I doing this?
    Ever since I mentioned the modifications I have been making to CM7 for personal use, a few people have contacted me to get the modified ROM. Because of this, I have decided to make it public, as long as I see interest in it.

    Credits
    CM7 Development Team for basically providing the entire ROM
    VirtuousROM Development Team for the OC Daemon
    pershoot for his pershoot kernel
    _viperboy_ for providing viperMOD
    tun4f1sh for inspiring me to add the Virtuous OC Daemon to CM7 with his Bulletproof MIUI ROM
    kusuriurikun for the optimization of build.prop and with all his major help on GPS/radio issues.
    Many others that provided help

    The Mods
    Latest CM7 Nightly
    Added Virtuous OC Daemon or ILWT OC Daemon
    Includes a modded CM7 kernel (ILWT CM7). See "ILWT CM7 Kernel" section below for more info.
    Possibility to customize the ROM before flashing it. This is possible through a text file named ILWT.txt that is placed in the folder ILWT in the root of your SD card.
    The customizations include:
    Kernel choice: ILWT CM7, stock CM7, or pershoot. ILWT CM7 includes viperMOD.
    Google apps: installed or not installed
    Launcher: ADW, GO Launcher EX, or completely removed
    GO Launcher EX Notification: installed or not installed
    Messaging: stock CM7, GO SMS Pro, or completely removed
    Calendar: stock CM7, Jorte, or completely removed
    E-mail: stock CM7, K-9 Mail, or completely removed
    Music: stock CM7, Google Music (for users of Music Beta), or completely removed
    File Manager: stock CM7 or completely removed (for those that have paid for Root Explorer)
    Spare Parts: stock CM7 or completely removed
    T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling: installed or not installed
    build.prop: patched or unpatched. Patched build.prop will remove T-Mobile references and change some values to (hopefully) increase mobile data performance.
    OC Daemon Controller: ILWT Tools, OC/UV Beater2, Virtuous OC Daemon GUI, or not installed
    Market app: kept from previous installation or installed from gapps (don't use this option if you did a full wipe)
    Modded Gmail: installed or not installed (get Gmail from Market in this case)
    New Talk app (with audio and video): installed or not installed
    Titanium Backup: installed or not installed
    Custom apps: installed or not installed. Put the .apk files you'd like installed in a folder named ILWT in the root of your SD Card. The installer will automatically install them to /data/app
    FM Radio: installed or not installed
    DSP Manager: installed or not installed
    GPS library: stock HTC or CM7. This setting will be automatically selected for you for supported radio versions
    Google Books: installed or not installed
    Camera: CM7 or MIUI
    Stock wallpaper apps: installed or not installed
    VPN services app: installed or not installed
    Market: new or old
    Gallery app: installed or not installed
    Custom sounds: installed or not installed. Place the files in the following folders:
    /sdcard/ILWT/sounds/r (for ringtones)
    /sdcard/ILWT/sounds/a (for alarms)
    /sdcard/ILWT/sounds/n (for notifications)
    /sdcard/ILWT/sounds/u (for ui)
    Hosts file: patched or unpatched. Patched hosts file removes ads.
    Cerberus: installed or not installed. See official home page or Android Market page for more info.
    OC Daemon: ILWT, Virtuous, or not installed
    Connection Icons: stock, 4G instead of H, or H+ instead of H and H instead of 3G
    GPS Fix: ntp server customizable. See NTP.txt or official NTP Pool Project for a list of servers
    Wi-Fi Scan Delay: customizable with any number that is a multiple of 15
    Boot animation: default or customized. Place valid bootanimation.zip file in /sdcard/ILWT folder and set appropriate ILWT.txt option
    Fonts: default or custom. Place Clockopia.ttf, DroidSans.ttf, and DroidSans-Bold.ttf in /sdcard/ILWT/fonts.
    Car Home apps: installed or not installed
    NotiGo: installed or not installed
    Notification LED: stock or blinking green
    ext3 partitions automatically converted to ext4 for better performance (no data loss)
    Implemented fix to fake front camera when using Google+ hangouts
    Implemented fix for ShootMe
    Various performance tweaks
    See next post for complete changelog and Addons section for sample ILWT.txt configuration file.


    Notes
    It is possible to change kernel, as long as it is AOSP. Just make sure to adjust the frequencies found in the files at /system/etc/virtuous_oc, they have to exist in the kernel you are using. I recommend to always use ondemand governor, but especially do not use smartass or scary governor. The OC Daemon has a sleep profile which would become useless if used with either of those governors.
    If you are coming from a ROM that isn't a CM7 nightly, a full wipe is required. I recommend using SuperWipeG2+ext4 (ext4 version of SuperWipeG2+). Make sure to do a Nandroid Backup of your current ROM before flashing the file.
    By default, the OC Daemon is configured as follows (ondemand governor for wake, conservative governor for sleep):
    Virtuous OC Daemon:
    ILWT CM7 kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1017
    CM7 kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1113
    pershoot kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1017
    ILWT OC Daemon:
    ILWT CM7 kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1017, temperature: >=40 245/768, battery: <=25 245/768, charge: 245/1113
    CM7 kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1113, temperature: >=40 245/768, battery: <=25 245/768, charge: 245/1113
    pershoot kernel - sleep: 245/576, wake: 245/1017, temperature: >=40 245/768, battery: <=25 245/768, charge: 245/1113

    You can adjust these values in the files found in /system/etc/virtuous_oc.
    Make sure to uninstall SetCPU (or any app alike), as the OC Daemon will not start if it is present (it checks every time the phone boots).
    I will try to update this thread after each major CM7 nightly release.
    ILWT CM7 is also available from ROM Manager
    You can find more detailed instructions on how to use the ILWT.txt configuration file here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=183

    Addons
    For specific features that you would like to be added or removed, please reply in the thread. If enough people would like to see that modification, I will create a flashable zip for it (or even integrate it in the ROM, if appropriate).
    Add T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling. Flash through recovery.
    SuperWipeG2+ext4. Flash through recovery.
    2G/4G icon replacements. Credits to sino8r.
    List of custom fonts
    NTP.txt. This is a list of servers that you can use in ILWT.txt.
    Green blinking LED for notifications. Added automatically to ILWT CM7 if using led=old in ILWT.txt. The flashable zip has been tested on CM7 ROMs.
    ILWT Tools. App to be used to control the ILWT OC Daemon. It is in the early stages of development, please report bugs.
    Sample ILWT.txt configuration file. Put it in SDcard/ILWT folder. If not present, the ROM will automatically create one with default values upon flashing.

    ILWT CM7 Kernel
    Latest version of stock CM7 kernel with following changes:
    Added frequencies 576MHz, 902MHz, 1017MHz, 1507MHz, 1574MHz
    Removed frequencies 1497MHz, 1516MHz
    Slightly undervolted
    Exposed VDD levels to userspace, so that voltages for all frequencies can be modded at any time
    Added SIO scheduler and made it default
    Download link: ILWT CM7 Kernel v1.7.1
    md5: 90721292684b696325e8ac19f3927e9c
    Also available on ROM Manager.

    ILWT OC Daemon
    Based on Virtuous OC Daemon (all credits go to rmk)
    Changed name so that it isn't confused with the original OC daemon. Current GUI apps do not work with ILWT OC Daemon.
    Same rules apply: make sure that there is no other CPU controller running (such as SetCPU), or the daemon will stop running.
    Added temperature profile: when temperature gets too hot, lower frequencies
    Added battery capacity profile: when battery is too low, lower frequencies
    Added charging profile: if phone is charging, use this profile
    There is only one configuration file that the daemon uses upon starting. The default one is found at /system/ilwt/ilwt_oc.conf
    Upon starting, the daemon will also check if /sdcard/ILWT/ilwt_oc.conf exists. If it does, it will load the configuration from that file first. If the file is not present or if it is missing some values, the daemon will use the values found in the default configuration file in /system/ilwt/ilwt_oc.conf.
    Priority for profiles is: sleep > temperature > charging > battery capacity > wake. This means that it is better to set lowest frequencies for sleep. The wake frequencies are only going to be used if the battery is not too hot, if it has enough capacity left, and if the phone is not charging. If the screen is off, the sleep profile will always be used.
    Because of the way the sys files are set up, to switch between the wake profile and the battery, charging, or temperature profiles, the screen must turn off and then back on.
    Sources can be found on GitHub
    Devs: feel free to add the daemon to your ROM. It would be a nice gesture if you gave credits and a link to this thread, but it's ok either way.
    Download link: ILWT CM7 Daemon v1.3.0. It works on any ROM of any flavor (including Sense). All phones are supported as long as you have a kernel that is overclockable. I am not 100% sure that it is possible to use the config file from the SD card on every phone, though.
    md5: b1fa8b451479f6d8ff79b8812eb4d3f6
    Also available on ROM Manager.

    The zip file is created with this specific ROM in mind. It will work on other ROMs also, but it will always use the configuration file for the ILWT CM7 kernel. Make sure you check that the frequencies exist for your kernel, otherwise create your configuration file at /sdcard/ILWT/ilwt_oc.conf and set the correct values. Here is a sample ilwt_oc.conf configuration file.

    Installation
    Simply flash the .zip file from recovery, nothing fancy needs to be done. I always wipe cache and Dalvik cache before flashing, just to make sure nothing gets screwed up. Make sure to do a full wipe if you are coming from a different ROM (CM7 nightlies are ok if they are not too old, no need to full wipe in that case).

    Download Links
    ILWT CM7 - Minus
    oder
    Free File Sharing Made Simple - MediaFire
    ILWT CM7 333 md5: 51ca71cdc87c448343e937826d74d107
    ILWT CM7 319 md5: ac89dbb29329b44e5b70b7d7b374de4f
    ILWT CM7 318 md5: 762c7b1b67623cd7467faff544d527c5
    ILWT CM7 307 md5: 93df693c3f837eefc14b4f6a6510a3c4
    ILWT CM7 297 md5: d047b1b3948e5164a904a4348f10ba3b

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  2. Takeda, 30.01.2012 #2
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    wie sieht es mit dem speicher aus? wie ist es gegen über Sense
     
  3. sealsnipe, 30.01.2012 #3
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    Eigentlich kannste dir die Frage selbst beantworten. Und zwar hab ich oben erwähnt, dass die ROM nur ein Mod von CyanogenMod7 ist. Daher ist in etwa der gleiche Speicher wie in CM7 frei. Und da dies eine AOSP ROM ist, wird mehr frei sein, als bei Sense.
    Hab derzeit folgende Ausnutzung:
    CPU: System 2% - Anwendungen (IM+) 4%, Rest Leerlauf.
    RAM: Benutzt: 277MB, Ungenutzt: 90MB
    Akku: Stand 32%, Temperatur 23°C, Spannung 3735 mV
     
  4. Takeda, 04.02.2012 #4
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    gib mal ein link zur orginalen seite, Danke
     
  5. Nimrod, 04.02.2012 #5
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  6. Takeda, 04.02.2012 #6
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    Ja ;-) aber ich dachte immer das man eigendlich ein Link zu Orgninalen dazu Postet
     

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