Universal Uberoid v10 edit – Uberubertweaked!!

Best ROM on WM8650 Android devices!


– Changed env_uboot files to allow for more RAM usage (12MB more is available)
– Edited some env_uboot files with fixes from the Uberoid community
– Combined init.rc and init.goldfish.rc into just ‘init.rc’
– Edited the hell out of this new init.rc!
– Stripped out some unneeded folders and files
– Combined all default.prop files as one
– Added extra modules
– Edited most of the rc.d scripts for clarity and functionality
– Altered some ppp stuff because it seems to divert to a Chinese server (crafty swines!)
– Rolled the dongle support back a bit towards v6 (many report better results with v6)
– Updated HcH’z phone support package, and trimmed it down a bit
– Added new DHCPCD stuff
– Edited the WMT scripts (mainly poweroff.sh and pm.sh)
– Updated the apns-conf.xml file with the Nexus S one
– Set wifi TX power to 30
– Modified packages to include Total Commander, and removed Opera Mini (sorry HcH, just that I prefer My Browser and wanted to strip it down!)
– Added GScript Lite, and added scripts to control the sound boost manually. (Sound boost is off on each boot, but mic is still boosted)
– Anything else different that you come across!!

Here’s the links for downloading :


New ROM to MID WM8650 Android tablet

(developer info) This version is based on v9.1.2, but here’s what else it’s got :

– Honeybee boot animation
Honeycomb-ish onscreen keyboard (folder in /LocalDisk if you want Froyo keyboard back)
– My newest build.prop edit
– Cleaned up init.rc, with MORE system setting tweaks injected into it!
– Tidied up the rc0.d folder
– Scripts which make a swapfile on first boot, and then use it at every boot
– General housekeeping within the android2.2-froyo.tgz
– Market 3.1.6 (if you want Market 2.3.6, remove com.android.vending.316 from /FirmwareInstall/packages/fs_patch/root_patch/system/app/ before flashing)
– Some apps included by default (Aldiko, RealCalc, QuickOffice, GMail)
– An ‘Apps’ folder in LocalDisk, containing NESoid (with 6 ROMs!*) and other apps for manual install
– LOADS of notification sounds

Download and other info:

Uberoid v9.1.2XL

An excellent ROM to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10


  • Stock Sony Ericsson 2.3.3 ROM
  • Pre-rooted (Superuser files pre-installed, busybox pre-installed!)
  • Recovery 0.3 (fully working)
  • FPS Uncap Hack
  • Mobile BRAVIA Engine, xLoud and Theme Chooser
  • Very Light Weight [80mb]
  • DLNA
  • More Free Memory&RAM
  • Build.prop tweaks
  • CPU Governor Tweaks
  • removed unneeded SE and Google Services
  • Ringtones and Notifications on SD Card to save internal Memory
  • faster Startup
  • better Memory Management [more free RAM]
  • improved Peformance, Smoothness and Battery
  • Reboot Options Mod included
  • Compcache Tweak
  • patched app_process & system_server for alot smoother ROM
  • patched sqlite for alot faster IO R/W + Battery
  • Battery Tweaks
  • Process Priority Tweaks
  • Automatic ZipAlign
  • SD Card Speed boosted
  • VM/Sysctl tweaks
  • Kernel tweaks
  • Android Internal Taskkiller tweaked
  • I/O Scheduler tweaks
  • Reduced lags
  • Better memory management
  • Network speed tweaks & improvements
  • alot more so check it out….

Download and other info:

Wolfs TW Gingerbread

My battery life

Previously I was on Darky’s v5, with that the phone lasted 2-3 days with normal usage.

After flashing to v7 (with 100% battery) I also got the fast drainage problem. Here is what I did:

1) Turn OFF phone
2) Charge till it says it is FULL
3) Start in RECOVERY (volume UP+Home+Power), here WIPE battery stats (it is in the “advanced” menu)
4) RESTART android (yes, it might already be on 98% or so)
5) USE phone heavily. Don’t worry if it drops too fast. Use it till the Android system turns OFF automatically (it happens when your battery is below 1% – for me the phone was on 1% for about 40 mins. This is where it heavily miscalculated
6) PLUG IN your charger, TURN ON android and wait till it is FULLY charged again. (It is better if you don’t use the phone at this charging up)

Now, after you disconnect the charger, you should still have 100% for some time (I’ve been using the phone for 32 mins – writing this post – and it is still on a hundred percent) and with this, I got back the 2-3 days battery life with normal usage.

Also, you should set WiFi to: “Never when plugged in” and by default I disable Data Network. But my phone is using WiFi all the time so it doesn’t really matter

So to summerize this method, the key is to show the phone the battery’s minimal capacity too, by using it till it is on null. Because with charging to 100% than wiping or flashing only introduces the maximum capacity to the system and the minimum is only guessed. THIS gives the faulty reportes and makes us think the phone drains too fast.

Try this method, than feel free to share your results.
(from xda user: TechnicR)