Continuing on from the success of the EOS ICS roms, Team EOS Xoom present to you EOS 4, JB 4.2.1 based on JELLYBEAN!
It is the goal of Team EOS to develop and maintain the highest performing and most stable AOSP based rom for an array of platforms. The launching point for this development effort is the Motorola XOOM. Now as we speak the latest build to drop is 156 JB 4.2.1, and I can tell you it’s very stable and the team are working very hard, doing a fantastic job.
A quick note on Nightlies:
NIGHTLIES ARE DEVELOPMENT BUILDS. They are automatically generated every now and then, and represent the compilation of the latest commits to the code repository. While every effort is made ensure that the commits that are accepted are stable and do not have a negative impact to the overall performance and function of the builds it is not possible to test every aspect of a commits impact to the overall repo prior to its inclusion in a given build. As a result it is entirely possible that instabilities may be introduced as a result of a given days commits. That is the nature of the nightly system, and the risk that is taken using the latest code changes to the project.
EOS Xoom is an AOSP based rom. It is developed and maintained by Team EOS and is the culmination of our own in house development efforts.
Because these are nightly builds the included features are constantly evolving, we do not provide a change log manually. Instead please see the changes on jenkins for your build.
For the most up to date and comprehensive listing of the changes included in this rom please visit http://review.teameos.org
Tiamat ICS Xoom kernel
Support for OC;Under/Overvolt
Governors: lagfree, interactive, conservative, ondemand, userspace, performance
Kernel Note: In compliance with GPL kernel source can be found at: https://github.com/solarnz/Tiamat-Xoom
Team EOS Xoom Nightly builds: http://goo-inside.me/devs/teameos/ro…tlies/wingray/
They also have a Splash Boot Screen app Google Play link. First and foremost a special thanks to Kalico for deciphering the encoding of the Motorola Xoom splash image.
This application allows you to select a picture saved on your local device, crop it to the correct size and flash it to your device. The application also handles the flashing of the image, so there is no need to reboot into recovery or fastboot – just reboot your device and see your new boot splash!
Note: The application replaces the default Motorola Dual Core Technology image with one of your choosing. This is not a boot animation switcher.
A quick word on Gapps:
(Google apps) with the new release of EOS4 only Gapps Xoom will work on it so you will have to download the Gapps Xoom Only 4.2.1
The only thing that makes our pack unique is how we create the storage space to facilitate the gapps. Simply, I’m moving the entire /system/lib folder to /data/eos-libs and Symlinking back to /system/lib. This creates more than enough room on /system and it seems to work just the same. This is an extreme tactic, no doubt. We also considered security issues with the libs on data. But only system and root can access /data so we should be cool. So when nightlys come in the routine is pretty much the same. EXCEPT YOU MUST FLASH GAPPS EVERY TIME. Because the lib folder must be moved and symlinked every time. So if anybody makes an inverted gapps or any custom gapps package PLEASE USE OUR SCRIPT OR SOMETHING SIMILAR. I can’t think of any other solution but if someone comes up with a better one by all means post up.
The download links for the ROM and Gapps are here in the post on the Wingray thread. Please read instructions here for installing. Bigrushdog (main Dev) will be opening a new thread for EOS4.0 very soon.