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Thread: [ROM] DaleNet HTK55D.31.5.0003 Stock Rooted ROM (US HC 3.2.1)

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    Cool [ROM] DaleNet HTK55D.31.5.0003 Stock Rooted ROM (US HC 3.2.1)

    Thrive HTK55D.31.5.0003 Stock Rooted ROM - This is a US based ROM

    This release of DaleNet HTK55D.31.5.0003 Stock Rooted ROM is basicaly a stock ROM, but I did add fastboot back into the recovery menu and added ClockWorkMod. I did not decide for you if any of the applications should be removed, so I moved many of the pre-installed apps from system to user installed. This allows you to remove the apps you do not want and keep the apps that you want to keep. I have added only minimal mods and will add more if there is enough interest in the mod. You can use Titanium Backup or any root enabled file manager to remove any of the pre-installed apps that I did not move to the user installed area.

    - INSTRUCTIONS -

    NOTE: Please do a complete system backup before installing this ROM. If you have a problem when loading, you will then be able to restore your device to the way it was before you attempted to install this ROM. Thank you.

    WARNING: This WILL delete all user data and apps. It resets the device to out of the box state.

    To install this ROM, do the following:

    You will need to have ClockWorkMod Recovery flashed to your device. I recommend that you do NOT let Google restore your apps during the initial setup process. A lot of apps are still made for Gingerbread and phones. Some of these apps do not play well with Honeycomb. Some are just a pain and will slow your device down, increase boot times, force close, etc. Others are quite horrible and will go as far as corrupting the ROM to a point that it will no longer boot (goes into a boot loop). After getting the device setup, you can use the market to install your apps, but do it a couple of apps at a time. Verify your device is running correctly. Then add more. Also, as stated above, do backups. Just in case you get an app that trashes your device to the point that you have to reload.
    1. Power down your device.
    2. Unzip the file and copy the update.zip to the root of your external SD card.
    3. Boot the device into ClockWorkMod Recovery.
    4. Select Install Zip FROM SDCARD.
    5. Select Apply /sdcard/update.zip.
    6. Select YES - Install /sdcard/update.zip.
    7. Watch the ROM install on your device.
    8. When complete, select Go Back.
    9. Select REBOOT SYSTEM NOW.
    10. Once the device boots up, go through the initial setup. I recommend that you do NOT let Google restore your apps, so during setup, uncheck this option.
    11. Once you have completed initial setup and verified the device is operating correctly, you need to verify superuser operation by doing the following:
      1. On the main screen, select APPS.
      2. On the applications screen, select Superuser. It will give you the version info. Close this and you will see a log.
      3. From the Superuser log screen, select the wrench in the upper right corner. This will open the properties view.
      4. On the properties screen, scroll down to SUPERUSER INFO. It should say "Superuser (version number)" and "Su binary (version number)". Tap on "Su binary (version number)". This will open the updater screen and should say "CURRENT VERSION ALREADY INSTALLED. NO ACTION REQUIRED." at the top.
      5. Click on UPDATE ANYWAY at the bottom.
      6. If you get no failures, then you have superuser access on your device and all is good.
      7. If you have a failure, do the su binary update again. It may take a couple of times until it comes back with no failures.
    12. After ensuring you have superuser access, use Titanium Backup to restore your apps or use the Market to reload your apps (one at a time).
    13. Enjoy the ROM.
    - SCREEN SHOTS -

    None. Looks like the stock OS out of the box.

    - CHANGE LOG -

    -v1.0
    • Initial release.
    • Added stock rooted boot image.
    • Added su binary.
    • Added Superuser.apk file.
    • Added busybox binary.
    • Added ClockWorkMod Recovery.
    • Added AdHoc patch.
    • Added OpenVPN patch.
    • Added fix to allow apps to write to Sdcard.
    • Moved the following pre-installed apps from system to user installed:
      • Adobe Flash Player
      • Backgammon
      • Google Books
      • Google Movie Studio
      • Google Music Player
      • HW Euchre SE
      • HW Games SE launcher
      • HW Hearts SE
      • HW Solitare SE
      • HW Spades SE
      • Kaspersky Tablet Security
      • LogMeIn
      • NSF Shift
      • PrintShare
      • Quickoffice
      • Swype Keyboard
      • Toshiba Book Place
      • Toshiba App Place
      • Toshiba Media Player
      • Toshiba MOG Music
      • Toshiba Registration
      • Toshiba Start Place
      • Toshiba Thrive User's Guide
      • YouTube Player
    • Moved Live Walpapers from system to user installed.
      • Earth
      • Galaxy
      • Polar Clock
      • Sky
      • Water
    • ZipAligned apk files.
    -v1.1
    • Corrected issue where Titanium Backup would not restore apps.
    -v1.2
    • Corrected issue were Titanium Backup would not freeze apps or restore apps in auto mode.
    -v1.3
    • Added SDcard write patch.
    - DOWNLOAD -

    DaleNet-Thrive_10-HTK55D.31.5.0003-Stock_Rooted_ROM-v1.3 (MD5 Checksum Value: 4b44a462247ddd920e19fdbd48bbf854)

    GPS Fix By Country and Continent

    - FUTURE CHANGES

    Any popular mod that will enhance the ROM.

    - Thanks -

    @clstengel for compiling the new ClockWorkMod for us.
    All those that have tested for me.
    All those that have donated to me.
    Last edited by dalepl; 03-17-2012 at 09:37 PM.
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    Thanks very much. Greatly appreciated!

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    Your welcome.
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    Confirm MD5 Checksun Value

    Dale, and chance the MD5 value is incorrect? I downloaded the file twice and both times I got a value of 291e2ecd50801e4f95f4392d94b83760

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    You are correct. The MD5 should have been 291e2ecd50801e4f95f4392d94b83760. Sorry about that. OP is now updated.
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    One major problem by moving so many apps to user installed, it puts an elephant in an all ready crowded room. These are now taking up precious app storage. If I am not wanting to uninstall some of them, is it safe to use Titanium Backup to move them back as system?

    Whoops! TB still thinks they are system installed apps and doesn't offer a means to convert to system, even though they are no longer system apps. Where these simply moved out of the system app folder without identifying them as no longer system apps?
    Found my signature file, but it appears to be empty...

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    Now I am confused. Am I supposed to use the v1.0 in your latest post, or the v1.1 and the v1.0 boot image in your earlier post?

    Sent from my AT100 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcarver2000 View Post
    One major problem by moving so many apps to user installed, it puts an elephant in an all ready crowded room. These are now taking up precious app storage. If I am not wanting to uninstall some of them, is it safe to use Titanium Backup to move them back as system?

    Whoops! TB still thinks they are system installed apps and doesn't offer a means to convert to system, even though they are no longer system apps. Where these simply moved out of the system app folder without identifying them as no longer system apps?
    Yes, I did move them from the /system/app directory to ther /data/app directory, but did not change anything that said they were system apps. As far as I know, there is nothing. I guess I need to look into this. Do you know something I do not? Wouldn't be the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jestull View Post
    Now I am confused. Am I supposed to use the v1.0 in your latest post, or the v1.1 and the v1.0 boot image in your earlier post?

    Sent from my AT100 using Tapatalk
    OK, I too am confued! Did you post in the wrong thread? This ROM does not have a boot image post and is version 1.0.
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    Sorry Paul. Everything is fine now. I just got lost bouncing around trying to read everything ...and then posted wrong anyway. Thanks for all you do to help those of us with less talent! This latest ROM is s m o o t h!

    Sent from my AT100 using Tapatalk


 
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