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Thursday, 1 August 2013

Paranoid Wallpaper Picker [2.3+]


 CyanogenMod is based on the Android Open Source Project with extra contributions from many people within the Android community. It can be used without any need to have any Google application installed. Linked below is a package that has come from another Android project that restore the Google parts. CyanogenMod does still include various hardware-specific code, which is also slowly being open-sourced anyway.
ROM:- http://d-h.st/hti
Kernel:- http://www.mediafire.com/?3n1i3cafl79m1qc

 Change logs:-
BT fully fixed
Audio issue fixed in settings
Music player bug solved
hw fully working

Mount system,data and cache
Flash kernel zip
Format system,data and cache
Mount all of them again
Flash the rom
Wipe data

Monday, 24 June 2013



New evo preferences
change statusbar layout between normal/pseudo-phablet/pseudo-tablet view
Set any color and transparency for statusbar
Set any color and transparency for notification pulldown background
Show/Hide battery in pulldown
Three panels in phablet view including notification,quicksettings,slider controls
Two panel view (android 4.2) in normal and tablet layout
Aokp look-alike 6 toggles with show/hide option
Hide/Show, color clocks in both expanded and statusbar
Show/hide day of week in expanded
Change color of quicksettings toggles
Change color of quicksettings text
Set user display picture and name
Hide/show 15 toggles
Show/hide slider controls
New messaging app
New contacts app
New calendar app
New myfiles app
Better phone.apk
Better dialer
New music player
Holo launcher
Better settings app
Better Gmail app
Installation Guide

1. Download the Rom zip file .
2. put the zip on your sd card.
3. Switch off your phone and reboot into stock/cwm recovery.
4. Wipe data and cache.
5. Flash the rom zip file.
6. Wipe data and cache.
7. Reboot the system and you are good to go.

Wednesday, 19 June 2013


[ROM] [KERNEL] Hyperion Project Reloaded

Hyperion - Titan of the East

Before you proceed, you must ensure that:
  • If you have a SD card with EXT partition (EXT2/3/4), you must remove these partition to avoid problems with apk installation later on.
  • If you are coming from another custom ROM, you must revert to stock ROM first.
  • USB drivers are properly installed on your computer.
  • If you will not remove EXT partitions, some apps that we're moved to EXT partition may show up in your phone but may not work properly. Perfect example are launchers.
Step 1: Prepare your phone
  • Backup all your contents to your computer
  • Sync all your contacts, calendars and other data to you Google Account
  • Remove all EXT partitions in your SD card using Mini Tool Partition Wizard
Step 2: Revert to stock ROM
  • Flash stock ROM from your region using Odin. If you need help on how to flash stock ROM using Odin, read my Guide to Flashing ROMs and Kernels in XDA-Developers forum.
  • After flashing, leave your device for 1-2 minutes to completely boot up.
  • Connect your device to your computer and put it to USB Mass Storage mode and copy TempCWM.zip and Hyperion zip package that you want to install to your SD card.
  • After copying, turn off your phone and proceed to the next step.
Step 3: Flash Hyperion
  • Boot to Android System Recovery mode by pressing volume up key + home button + power key for 3 seconds or untill you see the Samsung Galaxy Young GT-S5360 screen.
  • After that, immediately release the keys and press it again until the recovery shows up.
  • In recovery, select install zip from sd card.
  • After that, select TempCWM.zip from the list.
  • After that, you will then see ClockWorkMod Recovery with texts in yellow color.
  • In ClockWorkMod Recovery, select mounts and storage.
  • Mount /system, /data, cache.
  • Go back by pressing the power button or the back key.
  • Select advanced and debugging.
  • Select wipe dalvik cache and wipe batterystats.bin (optional).
  • Go back by pressing the power button or the back key.
  • Select wipe data/factory reset.
  • Select wipe cache.
  • Select install zip from sd card.
  • Select choose zip from sd card.
  • Select Hyperion zip package (eg. HYPERION-8.PRE-GM.BUILD.02.zip).
  • After flashing, reboot your phone.
  • Boot time make take 1-5 minutes from stock ROM
  • If coming from other custom ROMs, boot time may take from 5 - 10 minutes (specially if you wiped dalvik cache)
  • If you don't wipe dalvik cache, you will get "Application not installed" every time you install an app.
  • You know you are stuck in boot logo if it stays there for more than 10 minutes! Be real! 10 minutes is enough to cook an instant noodle and eat it while its hot!
  • You flashed Hyperion directly from a custom ROM with a custom kernel.
  • You flashed Hyperion directly from stock Android System Recovery. That means you didn't use TempCWM to flash Hyperion.

  • You flashed Hyperion directly from stock Android System Recovery. That means you didn't use TempCWM to flash Hyperion. 

  • Designed from ground-up 
  • Hyperion project started with a desire to take an experience people love and make it better.
    So we kept that in mind and re-built Hyperion from scratch to make it even simpler, more useful
    and more enjoyable. The design is fluid, consistent and balanced to make users do things easier.
    New features
    We know you love seeing something new, so we added some new features with the new Hyperion.
    Dashboard, new QuickPanel layouts and smarter multitasking are just few of the things we added.
    And all your favorite apps are updated to make experience even better.
    Tabbed Apps
    New Apps
    Redesigned QuickPanel widgets
    HYPERION.GB-DXLL1.BUILD-02.5 12:24 PM 6/19/2013
    -Statusbar ticker view background
    -Memo app empty view icon color
    -Samsung widgets
    -Social Hub
    -Reworked SystemUI
    -Reworked framework-res
    -fixed some small unreported bugs
    HYPERION.GB-DXLL1.BUILD-02.4 3:48 PM 6/6/2013

    -Music player QuickPanel layout
    -Messaging new message button transparency level
    -File manager toolbar background and buttons
    -File manager header view not transparent
    -Horizontal calibration calibrate button not filling parent layout and left aligned button
    -Status bar expanded HeaderView not changing clock mode (AM/PM and 24-Hour) when clock mode changed in settings
    -New Google Apps (Gmail, Maps, Talk (Hangouts), YouTube, Playstore, Street view, VoiceSearch and TalkBack) + Google Play Services
    -New Superuser app
    -Transparent Memo app
    -Transparent Voice Recorder app with new UI + new QuickPanel layout
    -New FM Radio + new QuickPanel layout
    -Increased horizontal progress animation to make it smoother and more holofied
    -Flashlight toggle force close bug (it will remain until I get to modify SystemUI manifest without signing all apks)
    -Most system/app/ apk(s)

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

[MOD] CrossBreeder - 6.12.13

This is a new take at improving Android and reducing GUI lag.

It's lightweight and won't consume battery. Users have reported drastic improvements in usability and battery life. It will show noticeable improvements.

All you need to try it is custom recovery. It is for all Android devices.

This is a combination of 5 different key methodologies to improve the Android experience:

1. It's a big new feature, DNS caching, parallelising and tether boost . A lot of the lag in a lot of apps, apart from the GUI lag, is due to slow DNS querying, specially on the mobile network.
This speeds up network access and networked apps, like Browsers of course, and Tapatalk, Gmail and thousands of others drastically. And removes a lot of the lag where it was due to DNS querying. This will not increase your network or download speed but pages will load much faster.

This will future proof your devices as more and more apps start using HTML5 and/or reside completely as web pages or the like.
2. Modulate OS entropy levels for lag reduction ala Seeder. The whole OS reads either /dev/random or /dev/urandom and both need entropy. However this mod uses a completely different, lightweight and efficient random number generator called Havege . This sharply reduces cpu consumption and corresponding battery life loss compared to Seeder. It also does a better job at keeping entropy levels high hence your device is more responsive. It doesn't run in a CPU intensive loop either. The extend queue functionality has also been added to CrossBreeder.
 3. Change kernel parameters specially the wakeup threshold ones so read blocks are released instantly and writes never wake up as we have an external entropy generator. And a host of other fail safe and working tweaks from the community for each key subsystem. ( one can look inside /etc/CrossBreeder/zzCrossBreeder ).

4. Remove /dev/random as it's blocking . Link it to non-blocking /dev/urandom. Since /dev/random is blocking and designed to protect us from Quantum alien cryptographers with mathematical certainty and urandom is non blocking pseudo-random device that most apps and OSs are using anyway and with Haveged running, is as secure anyway as it's very difficult to empty the entropy pool faster than Havege can replenish it. Pre ICS devices have a lot to gain with this but ICS+ devices show visible gains too.

5. Frandom support (Optional) - CrossBreeder now supports linking both your random devices to the extremely fast alternative - Frandom ( http://billauer.co.il/frandom.html ). This module is orders of magnitude (10-50 times) faster than the standard character devices . The erandom character device also installed by Frandom doesn't use up system entropy at all on top of being fast.

- If you want to install it automatically please flash the attached file in recovery. That's it. You're done!

*** WARNING - Other entropy reduction apps like rngd standard and rngd from Seeder and qrngd are not compatible with this mod. In case you have Seeder running please disable it. You can run the app to see the entropy levels though. This mod blocks all other rngs so Seeder may not run. The nature of the /dev/random device is now faster non blocking link to urandom and different to what these apps expect. They would otherwise go into a CPU consumption loop at 60-70% cpu usage. There is no loss of functionality by disabling other rngs as this is a replacement and an improvement**


[MOD]S4 Icons For Galaxy y

Release 4(S4 Icons by androarchive.zip):-
Removed Useless Icons
Added A Flashable Zip
Size Increased to 1.41MB

Release 5(S4 Icons-v5.zip):-
Fixed Sign Error 6

How To Flash(works only on deodexed roms):

  1. Enter CWM Recovery
  2. Mount /system,data and cache
  3. Flash The Zip
  4. Reboot
  5. Enjoy With Your Mini-S4!!!

Friday, 7 June 2013

CUSTOM ROM Jelly Bread v4 RC1 for GALAXY Y


Main Features:

Latest CM7.2 Alpha 5 by PhycoGame
Gapps Included
BLN Enabled
Integrated ICS layout , modified to JellyBean Layout
Themed the whole framework-res.apk, SystemUI.apk, and all system apps. (No theme.apk)
Jelly Bean style statusbar expanded
Added settings shortcut on statusbar expanded
Added Recent Apps button on statusbar expanded
ICS/JB Task Swithcer Style
Nexus 4 (Android 4.2) Analog Clock Style
ICS/JB Style Settings
Jelly Bean transition animation (super smooth)
Included Universall Megabass Audioboost
Full Roboto font
Ads free, hacked host
Adrenaline Engine 4.4
LoopySmoothness Tweak
Effiecient RAM consumption
Overall smooth and fast..

What is Working?
- Wifi
- Audio
- Bluetooth (You Can Send Files But Not Receive)
- Camera (White-Screen Comes But Camera Capture Pictures)
- Display "Hardware Accelerated"
- Input
- Lights
- Network interfaces (Mobile internet)
- Power management
- Radio (Phone "Incoming and Outgoing calls")
- Sensors
- Storage
- Vibrator
- Video(Use MX Player)
- No Screen Flicker(Use Black Reactor Kernel)

What is Not Working?
- Video Recorder

Installation Guide:
Flash A New Stock Rom
Reboot Into Odin
Flash The Kernel boot.tar
Enter The Recovery
In Mount & Storage:
Format Everything Else sdcard & sd-ext
Mount Everything
Flash The Rom
Enjoy! All New JellyBread


1.Rom: http://d-h.st/whS (Flash this after flashing the kernel via ODIN)
2.Kernel: http://goo.im/devs/PsychoGame/boot2.tar (Flash it via ODIN)