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JakebitesModsv22 for the Galaxy Nexus LTE/GSM

What's new?

v22:
-Added sdcard speedup at boot as a default mod
-Added check for sdcard speed up

v21:
-Cleaned up random text
-Disabled zipalign as a default mod for stock, non-deodexed systems as it was causing issues, it can still be enabled in the menus
-Added swap enabler option for kernels with swap support such as Imoseyons new Lean Kernel
-Added swap checker
(Got swap info from www.imoseyon.com)
-Added minfree value checker

v20:
-Updated to newest su binary to be compatible with new ROM's without breaking root
-Now installs 1.20.0 busybox (Complied by Imoseyon) upon install
-Added 1.20.0 to busybox choice menu

What is it?
A collection of mods I've found/used for quite a while now including:

-Busybox selector, between 1.17.2 and 1.19.0 at the moment. Will expand selection moving forward with updates. (1.19.0 is installed when flashing in recovery)
-Check mods menu
-Sysctl mods
-Cron mods
-Ziplaign Apks mod
-Disable logcat mod(increase performance, possibly saves battery)
-System speed up mod(Been testing in ICS, hard to notice a difference but I included it anyways)
-Enable init.d support for Roms without it
-Option to disable and re-enable mods
-Softboot option(May not work yet)
-Reboot option
-Donate option

How do I use this mod?
1) First, you will need to download it with the link provided below.
2) Next, install it in clockworkmod recovery

3) If your phone rebooted on the reboot coming from recovery then your Rom supports init.d on its own and the mods have been activated. You can also check the build number in About phone to see if it includes "+JBMvXX." Skip to step #6
4) If your phone did not reboot on the reboot coming from recovery and your build number in About phone does not include "+JBMvXX" then your Rom does not support init.d support. Lucky for you I have included a way to enable init.d on your device!

5) Open up terminal emulator and type the following to enable init.d support:

su
modcentral

You should now see the modcentral main menu, select the option which allows you to enable init.d support. It will ask if you accept and run the script, then prompt for a reboot. If all went well then your phone should reboot twice and then boot up. You should now be able to see "+JBMvXX" in the build number in About phone.

6) To toggle individual mods, check mods, change busybox's, etc. you will need to go to the modcentral main menu. You can do this by opening up terminal emulator and typing this:
su
modcentral
Here you will be able to have full control over all of the mods installed on your phone! All in all, there should be an increase in performance and battery life which may or may not be noticeable. Please feel free to leave and feedback and report bugs. Enjoy!

Much of my work was derived from the work of Imoseyon. He is an awesome dev!

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Download:

md5sum: d53cf5eca705cdfa3ff704a1709481eb​

I am not responsible for anything that happens to your device, flashing this is a choice that you have made and if something breaks it is not my fault.
 

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I am fangirling so hard right now.

Used your mods religiously on the D2 and now once I switch over to the Nex here you are!
*dies*
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
I'll look into the cm9 issue.
 

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Jake:

Welcome to Nexusland, Jake!


Many have used Jake's mods happily on the D2 / D2g.
 

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I may just be an idiot, but I am having troubles installing. Downloaded, flashed in CWM, rebooted. No double reboot, nothing on build number. Cool, no worries, pulled up terminal emulator. Typed "sumodcentral", nothing else. Says no such file or directory exists. Figured I flashed wrong, so I reflashed mods in CWM. This time I got the double reboot, but still had nothing in build number indicating the mods, and sumodcentral won't pull up anything in terminal emulator. Am I missing something?? I had JBMs on my X, loved it, keep up the good work!

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I may just be an idiot, but I am having troubles installing. Downloaded, flashed in CWM, rebooted. No double reboot, nothing on build number. Cool, no worries, pulled up terminal emulator. Typed "sumodcentral", nothing else. Says no such file or directory exists. Figured I flashed wrong, so I reflashed mods in CWM. This time I got the double reboot, but still had nothing in build number indicating the mods, and sumodcentral won't pull up anything in terminal emulator. Am I missing something?? I had JBMs on my X, loved it, keep up the good work!

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
type "su" enter
type "modcentral" enter
It's not one word
 

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Thank you, I didn't realize. Now I've got new problems! I type su and wait, and it says permission denied. I go into super user, it says binary is out of date, so I update it, but it fails because it can't gain root access. I am not sure what I did. I should probably take my phone back and get an LG Ally or something, I'm not worthy of this beast.

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Can I just go through root process again in fastboot?

Edit: I downloaded the su.zip that I originally used to gain root, and I flashed it in CWM. It installed correctly, but I still have no root access. Everything is denied. Any suggestions??

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AWESOME WORK! Been using these since my Droid X - I flashed this over Droid Th3ory's ZYGOT3 1.8 and it broke my status bar (no longer shown) and when you opened the app drawer the soft keys vanished- tried to fixing to no avail- ended up restoring in CWM just a heads up man!
 

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Great to have you here, Jake! Loved your mods on my Droid 2 and am looking forward to having them here on the Nexus.

Question: when will you be able to include booting into CWM recovery on each reboot? And will there be an overclock/undervolt?

Thanks again for all of your work!
 

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Discussion Starter · #19 ·
Found the problem with your framework crashes, when trying to zipalign an odexed system, problems occur. I'll turn zipalign by default off from now on. Booting into cwm on each reboot was kinda a 2nd-init only mod and undervolting and overclocking is now much more efficient with a custom kernel than with a script
 
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