Could it be able to create an emulator for droid to emulate another Droid, like that you are stock and want to know if a rom Nightly is stable or want to test in in some other way, always flashing back and forth is not very convenient, I think something like an Emu would be better...
Is there a method, would it need root or is it even able to develop such a thing???
I guess it is possible to test custom roms on emulator. But is it possible to test every custom rom on emulator ? I want to modify ROMs and test it on the PC first before flashing because I m not very good at ROM mods atm. Is there some other way also to test custom roms on PC.
Recently I lost my HTC Explorer and I have been wondering which phone to go for next. Life with the HTC Xplorer was fun as I got to play with a lot of custom Roms. Now that its gone I'm thinking of a better performance HTC phone (at a decent price of cos) with a good number of available custom Roms. I found this: [URL] .... but only two replies.
I recently rooted my htc inspire using AAHK(it worked very well). But whenever I use it it is recognized as an htc evo. I'm not sure if the BIOS was changed or what. But I still want to flash custom roms. Should I look for inspire custom roms or evo custom roms or does it matter?
I was disappointed that CyanogenMod doesn't list my phone as supported.
I've searched this forum for any other custom ROMs for my Motorola XT800 and didn't see any specifically listed.
I've got 2.1 installed, and want to install a ROM with 2.2, but before I root my phone, I'd like to know what my options are for custom ROMs that I can use.
This is a dual SIM phone purchased in China that I use with China Mobile GSM and China Telecom CDMA. Awesome phone btw, except for not having the Android Market app installed and China Telecom's not releasing an update to FroYo yet...
I've been using a galaxy Y S5360 for almost 18 months and I have been using custom ROMs for around 15 months. First I tried Creed 3.5 and loved it. A few months moved to Jellyblast 3 which was again fine. Two days ago I tried installing Hyperion and my phone got bricked I managed to flash stock ROM using odin . But now my phone gets bricked everytime I try installing a custom ROM ( tried Creed 3.5, Jellyblast 3 and Hyperion 8) and Im stuck with the stock ROM .
What I noticed is that the problem is either that my phone drivers can't be installed for some reason (I have a SGS being treated as a Google Nexus S), or I just can't implement applications.I mean that when I try to build an application on Eclipse, my phone is not recognized, like I don't have it plugged in.
So after having seen that I could use CyanogenMod 10.1 to get version 4.2.1 onto my Tab, I've gained a particular interest in rooting my p3113. With that said, I still have concerns about security with custom roms;
-How do I make sure I am as secure as possible? -Is it still safe to purchase with Google Wallet on the Play Store? -What should I avoid in order to remain safe?
I know the "risks" involved in rooting a device, although following instructions will assure that such issues do not occure. So other than the actual security issues, I need no additional information
I recently did this and now I'm unable to run custom ROMs on my Optimus One:
>Downgraded baseband (so as to install ICS ROM by DaxElectro
>Then installed the above mentioned ROM and I loved it!!!
>But later found some limitations of it. (The SIM that I was using didn't let me access internet over this ROM. Other SIMs worked fine). I thought of telling to the developer about it.
>So I installed original, official Gingerbread 2.3.3 firmware V20c (India) again, through the backup created using Clockworkmod Recovery and also upgraded the baseband.
Later I wanted to show my friends the ICS ROM as they all wanted to see it. But before flashing that ROM, I wanted to try mik_os's Cyanogenmod on my phone and test it.
>I installed that but this ROM gave a boot loop error (of course I had again downgraded the baseband) I thought it is buggy so I removed and flashed DaxElectro's ICS ROM again, thought it would work fine as before.
But, now even this ROM is giving the same error!!! I'm very upset as I'm not able use it now!
How to fix this???
Yes but my official firmware is working fine and I posted this using that only.
Does custom roms, rooting, developing tricks etc. that work on a certain phone will work on another phone with same hardware...In other words are custom roms work on phones with same hardwares.For eg. Mmx a110 and a89 have the same processor,so will custom roms for a110 work for a89..If not why??
My ideal place to get to is to eventually provide the community here with custom roms and mods which everyone can enjoy on their devices, just like what all the greats devs do here day in day out.... but before I get there, I'm on a path of discovery. At the minute, I want to take a XDA dev's already pre worked ROM, go in to it and change a few things up.... edit the apps, maybe play with a few apks, change the ringtones etc, and then resign the ROM and flash it to my device.
I've been reading some great tutorials such as [URL] ..... which I am finding very useful, however....
They seem to be geared towards someone working on a windows machine. I dont want to do it in Windows, I want to do it in Linux... I dont wish to use "CygWin" and I would rather do it manually than use a kitchen - I could easily follow these guides in Windows and achieve my stated aim of a slightly modified custom ROM, however, the overall goal here is to acquire knowledge, and enjoy the process as it goes along.
Now, my current understanding under Linux (Mint 13) is that I can download a recovery flashable Zip, go in to it, and just change up some of the files as I desire.... but then I get confused when it comes to repackaging the ROM prior to flashing it to my device. How would I go about doing this?
Having obtained the bootloader unlock key from Huawei, how does one unlock and root the phone? Will one be able to backup the original firmware that comes bundled with the phone and restore it on a whim, if required? Are there any custom ROMs for this particular model?
I am very new to custome ROMs. I have tried several so far and found that they do not have the "Active Sync" email type. I use my phone for work and have to have "Active Sync" for our corporate email. I have to have full outlook functionality for work. What I need to add to get that back. It was on Gingerbread, but I want a current ROM. I have a Samsung Captivate.
Sometimes when I try to install custom roms with odin3 I get a Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library error. It always says: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information". Right now, I am trying to flash a custom rom and it is giving me this. Do I need to change something in the data.img or something?
I downloaded both mojo and nesoid and cant get the roms to work that i downloaded, they are in .7z file format and dont work with either emulator. Where can i download roms that will work with one of the emulators. Which emulator is better?