for xperia mini [ROM] Iridium rom (E10i)


The name “Iridium” is known to some of you from my first attempt in themes (Iridium Carbon Theme).

Since then, X10 mini development has made some huge steps, due to the efforts of honorable members of xda.
Iridium rom is the result of all this… plus some personal retouch.

Features:

Applications removed:

Backup and restore
Calculator
Digital Clock Widget
Emanual
Facebook
Geotag
Maps
Neoreader
Notes
Pc Companion
Peggle
Play Now
Ready To run
Roadsync
Browser
Email
Home Launcher
Setup Wizard
Sim tool kit
Stopwatch
Street
Timer
Timescape
Track ID
User Support
Wisepilot
Youtube

Applications added:

Stock eclair 2.1 Launcher (Google not SE) customized
Barcode Scanner
Data Monitor
Drive Watch
OI File manager
Gallery 3D
Miren Browser
Latest market patched
RealCalc
Spare Parts
MIUI clock

-Based on 2.0.2.A.0.24 firmware

-xrecovery installed

-Full image optimization

-Iridium Carbon theme (this is the final/different colours than the alpha)

-App2SD plus dalvik-cache on sd EXT3(in order to maintain speed and stability + release more space)
-JIT enabled

-Zipaligned apps

-Reboot option implemented

First of all you, you need to format your sdcard for App2SD. You can refer to the partition tutorial found here. The only difference is that you have to format the App2SD partition in ext3 filesystem. If you don’t, the rom is not going to work properly (if it boots).

You also need to have xrecovery installed.

For the ones that have 2.0.A.0.504 firmware:

First install this.

For the ones that already have 2.0.2.A.0.24 firmware:

1)Put the Iridium.zip in /sdcard
2)Boot into recovery
3)Make a full wipe (factory reset)
4)Choose “install custom zip”, browse in your sdcard and install “Iridium.zip”.
5)After flashing finish, reboot.

First boot will take almost 5 minutes (setting App2SD). Once boot, leave it alone for another 5 minutes! (just to set up things properly!)

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Credits (or words of gratitude):

zdzihu for xrecovery and in general. His posts are a source of knowledge.

svprm for the cooking tutorial. He made things simple.

peetr_ for the mount script. Piece of art.

Last but not least nobodyAtall for his modules. They work great mate.

Forgive me if I forget anyone.

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