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2.2.1 EC05 "Phoenix" [Journaled]
From the ashes of RandomROM Plus, Phoenix rises.

EC05 AIO Volume/Hotspot/Lockscreen
The first rom to combine ALL of these great mods!

Updated 8/29/2011
Updates, Important Notices, and General Information Posted Here!
I'd like to extend a special thank you to anyone who has donated!

I maintain RandomROM as a distribution across multiple forums. As such, the bulk of the information, details, etc. is maintained on my site. Rest assured, the links below will take you to aforementioned site where you will find all of the information you require regularly updated on how to use this rom. No subscription required. Always free (donations appreciated, never required). All of my roms, mods, themes, guides, etc. can be found on this easy to navigate site as well as my blog for upcoming updates. As always, I will still answer questions here.

Disclaimer: I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, divorce, bankruptcy, acne, etc. Please do some research if you are a first time flasher BEFORE flashing this rom. YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me if something goes wrong with your device, I will laugh. By downloading, you agree to have read all pertinent information provided and to accept any and all responsibility subsequently.

Home Of The AIO Mod For EC05.
I have updated and merged necrosan's wifi tether mod and mkasick's volume rocker mod together, as they change the same framework.jar. This means that Sprint Hotspot will work freely without an additional Wifi Tether app, and that your volume rocker can now seamlessly transition from silent, to vibrate, to loud. Included in this conglomeration are also maddoggin's lockscreen mod. This will currently remain known as the AIO mod, and version 1 is the latest. It is included in the Phoenix Blue EC05 theme.

To any rom/theme developers: Feel free to utilize this mod but be sure to reference myself and all aforementioned developers involved. It took a lot of time and effort to make these great features play nicely.

Why Should You Use RandomROM?
Alternate names considered: BatteryROM, BurningROM
This rom is a personal hobby of mine to maintain the greatest battery life that I can. I've scoured the forums searching for the newest and greatest tweaks, mods, etc. to include, and then carefully tested them all for battery performance. I've also made additional changes and additions all my own. As such, this rom has compiled the excellent work of many great developers into my own ideas and configurations. Contained within are many useful apps pre-installed as well as an effort to replicate my exact setup which has yielded me 1-2% battery loss per hour maximum when idle!

All included apps have been RandomKing-Approved to conform with the best battery usage. I'm always on the lookout for more tweaks, possible thematic changes, etc., however this version is the last major revision last based on EC05. There should be no issues, but should I happen to find one, I may simply release a patch or quietly switch out the upload version. Aside from that, I am now going to look into Gingerbread with the now looming approach of official goodness!

Many of you have complained that others achieve much better battery life. The goal of RandomRom is to provide MY setup that's provided me with great battery life. Further details will be posted in the changelog of post 2. I will be posting more specific details and usage stats as well as how to completely configure your rom to function as efficiently as mine.

What Do I Get With RandomROM?
Included Features:

journaled | deodexed | zip-aligned | ciq-removed | kernel rooted | custom setup | png-optimized
based on EC05 | heavily tweaked | designed for ext4 | service freezer commands
cwm 3.0.0.6/3.0.2.5/3.1.0.1 compatible

Included Apps:

Ad-free | TeslaLed | VoltageControl | Thinkfree Office | MyBackUp Root | Miu Music
Transparent XDA | Terminal Emulator | Erebos' Black Dolphin Mini | Weather/News
Quickpic and Darkky's Gallery3D | Adao File Manager/Task Manager
Adobe Reader/Flash | Amazon App Store (for great daily free apps)
Some Other Varying Apps Are Included For You :D

Included Flash-Ables:

CWM-3.1.0.1 | Journaling-On | Journaling-Off​

RandomROM utilizes LauncherPro, and has removed all Samsung and Sprint bloatware.
All idle battery testing has been done using the original stock Samsung battery.
If you like my work, click the Thanks button!​

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If you like my work, click the Thanks button or donate a beer!

CHANGELOG:

2.2.1 EC05 Phoenix [Journaled w/Genocide 1.0]
  • maddoggin's 6-lock built in
  • necrosan's hotspot built in
  • mkasick's volume built in
  • phoenix blue theme
  • swipepad included
  • app changes

CREDITS:
This rom incorporates the work of many AndroidCentral and XDA users. Huge thanks to k0nane, the acs team, chris41g, darkky, theimpaler747, vlatinlove, impulse ex, no2chem, mkasick, mysteryemotionz, rodderick, darkierawr, team viper, optmsprim2, and others I may have missed let me know!​
 

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You've got questions, here's some answers!

When should I use the AIO mod?
  • If you're on a rom that doesn't have it, or you flashed an EG22 theme that doesn't include it.
How do I use my own ringtone, alarm, and notification mp3s?
  1. Create a folder on your SD card called "media".
  2. Inside of that create "audio".
  3. Inside of that create:
    • "ringtones" for ringtones.
    • "alarms" for alarms.
    • "notifications" for notifications.
 
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