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In general, Custom ROMs are FREE. To date, I am not aware of any custom ROM that is paid (at least for the custom ROMs I have used for my Samsung Galaxy S2, S4 and Nexus 7). However, you can donate to the developers if you wish. Rooting and installing the custom ROM yourself is free, assuming you accept all the risks, which includes bricking (or destroying) ...
The bravia engine would need to be included in the new ROM you are installing. It is a software screen enhancement. http://allenramos.blogspot.ie/2013/05/enhance-your-android-phones-display-w.html?m=1 The Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine 3 is a video enhancement program for Sony phones. It uses filters and algorithms to create a clearer and more contrasted ...
There are two ways, depending on your firmware version. They work on both locked & unlocked bootloader. Requirements Having adb drivers installed (usually installed with Sony PC Companion) Having enabled Unknown Sources Having enabled USB Debugging PC Companion must not be running 12.0.A.1.211/257 (C5302,C5303,C5306) ; 12.0.A.1.284 (C5302 only) ...
I was able to flawlessly root Nexus One with stock 2.3.6 with DooMLoRD's Easy Rooting Toolkit [v4.0](zergRush Exploit). This also installed Busybox and Superuser app. No bootloader unlock or wipe was performed and no user data or apps were lost. Some useful info can be also obtained here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_Nexus_One/Flashing_Guide
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