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Old September 21st, 2012, 04:51 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Do anyone still lose cmda service while wifi is on? i seem to lose it when the screen turns off with wifi on
Hi Randy, it looks like a problem across several roms, mostly the ones with OC. Hope this helps, but currently I dont think their is a solid fix for all phones. Look around the different threads and see what other people have done, different build prop's and stuff like that.

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Hi Randy, it looks like a problem across several roms, mostly the ones with OC. Hope this helps, but currently I dont think their is a solid fix for all phones. Look around the different threads and see what other people have done, different build prop's and stuff like that.

Yep changing the build prop on mine fixed the wifi and 3g issues i was having..
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Did anyone ever figure out why this rom freezed on the one persons phone cause i am having the same issue
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Did anyone ever figure out why this rom freezed on the one persons phone cause i am having the same issue
it because the current oc kernel isnt 100% Compatible with every single Warp... its more of a manufacturer issue than rom issue.
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Did anyone ever figure out why this rom freezed on the one persons phone cause i am having the same issue
OC, install the non OC version or use an app to underclock the version you have. Or go with a different rom altogether.
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One Question do you have to do a factory set in cwm?
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OC, install the non OC version or use an app to underclock the version you have. Or go with a different rom altogether.
I am currently re-building the Non-OC version for those that like the rom but have major problems with OC.

Also Tonight iam beginning the process of Building/Compiling my own Kernel from source.
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I mean a factory reset srry
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I would DEFINETLY reccomend it
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Also tonight iam beginning the process of building/compiling my own kernel from source.
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Alright caise the beta build sorta worked for me, but the home and search button didnt work, and with the latest release it would het past the boot screen load up, and i would would click the android charater and it would freeze. It looked awesome though on the beta one thay worked.
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Only issue now is camera fcs sometimes and for some idd reason my downloading got cut down by a huge amount. Browsing got slower. Trying to adjust things n see. Thanks for nice rin thiugh.
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i can put some more tweaks in build.prop to possibly make 3g a little faster.. i cant say how much of an improvement you will see, it all depends on your location from the sprint towers
EXCUSE ME, did you say you can make 3g faster. I have to try it. I saw a post of an updated build.prop further down this page. Is that one that will work for improving 3g or do you have another one?
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From what I understand, chip manufacturers design their processors to operate in a certain frequency range, and they are tested to be stable within these limits. If this limit is exceeded, the dependability of the chip will be compromised. Even if certain individual chips on the production line can run faster than the next one coming down the conveyor belt, the company has no (easy) way of indicating those specific chips, so they rate the whole family at the lowest common denominator - the highest speed at which every member of that processor family can reliably run. Hence you get some chips that can run at the manufacturer-rated maximum speed, and others that - due to manufacturing process differences - can run significantly higher. This may explain the issue with our phones; you have some Snapdragons that can run reliably at the maximum speed our tweaked kernel allows, and others which only perform to the manufacturer's specifications. I've researched the Qualcomm documentation on our chips, and they are rated at a maximum of 1.4GHz. I wonder if even the people who have trouble running an OC kernel could run at this company-specified maximum speed... a good way to check would be to use Shin's 1.7GHz kernel (which defaults to the stock 1GHz by default, but has the ability to achieve higher speeds after being told to do so by a CPU control app) at the stock speed, and see if it boots and runs as intended. If so, then bump the speed up a notch and try again. This could be repeated until the maximum stable speed is found for your specific phone. I would try this myself, but my phone is happy at all clock speed values that I've thrown at it.

Who knows? Maybe those certain "over-achieving" chips could be pushed to even further than 1.7 if the kernel allowed it
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From what I understand, chip manufacturers design their processors to operate in a certain frequency range, and they are tested to be stable within these limits. If this limit is exceeded, the dependability of the chip will be compromised. Even if certain individual chips on the production line can run faster than the next one coming down the conveyor belt, the company has no (easy) way of indicating those specific chips, so they rate the whole family at the lowest common denominator - the highest speed at which every member of that processor family can reliably run. Hence you get some chips that can run at the manufacturer-rated maximum speed, and others that - due to manufacturing process differences - can run significantly higher. This may explain the issue with our phones; you have some Snapdragons that can run reliably at the maximum speed our tweaked kernel allows, and others which only perform to the manufacturer's specifications. I've researched the Qualcomm documentation on our chips, and they are rated at a maximum of 1.4GHz. I wonder if even the people who have trouble running an OC kernel could run at this company-specified maximum speed... a good way to check would be to use Shin's 1.7GHz kernel (which defaults to the stock 1GHz by default, but has the ability to achieve higher speeds after being told to do so by a CPU control app) at the stock speed, and see if it boots and runs as intended. If so, then bump the speed up a notch and try again. This could be repeated until the maximum stable speed is found for your specific phone. I would try this myself, but my phone is happy at all clock speed values that I've thrown at it.

Who knows? Maybe those certain "over-achieving" chips could be pushed to even further than 1.7 if the kernel allowed it
Very Good Information!! idk if i would want to push the chips more than 1.7ghz though, figure thats Running at %170 capacity. opening the door for major heat and instabillity issues. if there was some better heatsink we could put in the phones, then i could see pushing them a little harder
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EXCUSE ME, did you say you can make 3g faster. I have to try it. I saw a post of an updated build.prop further down this page. Is that one that will work for improving 3g or do you have another one?
New Build.prop has Signal / 3G Tweaks. as much as the kernel will allow, i spent some hours testing, adding, changing, and removing tweaks for this one
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Yeah I Have But I Read Exactly What Thae Forum Says And It Just Says to wipe dalvik and cache
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Yeah I Have But I Read Exactly What Thae Forum Says And It Just Says to wipe dalvik and cache
when installing a new rom it should go like this
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Just finished compiling my Arm-eabi toolchain from source... thank god for having a Phenom II X6 and 8gb ram lol, makes the process alot quicker.... now for the fun part.... getting Kernel source to work, since Zte released broken Source
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Dude that is a very cool thing.........
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Very Good Information!! idk if i would want to push the chips more than 1.7ghz though, figure thats Running at %170 capacity. opening the door for major heat and instabillity issues. if there was some better heatsink we could put in the phones, then i could see pushing them a little harder
That's 170% capacity versus stock. Since our chips are rated for 1.4GHz, running them at 1.7 is actually only 121% capacity. But I still agree... if the phone gets that hot from running at 1.6, I too would hate to see much higher lol
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this is pissing me off lol, same compile error no matter what i do


make ARCH=arm

CHK include/linux/version.h
CHK include/generated/utsrelease.h
make[1]: `include/generated/mach-types.h' is up to date.
CALL scripts/checksyscalls.sh
CC init/main.o
In file included from include/linux/mempolicy.h:70:0,
from init/main.c:51:
include/linux/pagemap.h: In function ‘fault_in_pages_readable’:
include/linux/pagemap.h:415:16: error: variable ‘c’ set but not used [-Werror=unused-but-set-variable]
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make[1]: *** [init/main.o] Error 1
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OMG!!!! I'm excited for you!!! I really hope you can get a stable kernal built!!
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flash`ed a stock kernal and this loaded just fine with the latest release so it is for a fact for me the kernal, but i want to try and get some tweaks for the 3g or whatever i can to speed it up
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UPDATE: Zimage has finished compiling.

This is my first android kernel, i didnt do anything special to it as this is a test build to make sure i can produce i booting kernel. No OC in this one.
i will not be releasing My kernel for a while. need to do extensive testing first. modify how i want it, test again.
then maybe i will release it after that.

Thanks to Hroark13 for a working Kernel Source
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Even though it may be faster, we still can't get above the rated 3G speed, which according to this is around 3.1MBps, which (with some quick math) should be about 350K per second.
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Even though it may be faster, we still can't get above the rated 3G speed, which according to this is around 3.1MBps, which (with some quick math) should be about 350K per second.
you are correct, it just runs a bit quicker compared to stock
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YAY!!!! My Kernel is confirmed working 100% On stock rom

This means good things are soon to come

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WOW is all I can really say at this point. Still testing everything out, although i can see that the Major Players already have, but im sure you cant test to much. So far so good.

I saw someone mention swap was enabled on this rom, although the original OP says it isnt, so i just wanted to double check if it was or wasnt? ill definately post any issues if i encounter any.
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I saw someone mention swap was enabled on this rom, although the original OP says it isnt, so i just wanted to double check if it was or wasnt? ill definately post any issues if i encounter any.
Swap is not implememted in rhe oc kernel.. i am working on my own oc kernel with swap and some other things
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LMFAO im sorry that was a dumb question, I thought because the animations were not the stock ones that that would not work. LOL thank you
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So Ive been running the rom for a little while, about half a day, and it seems to be running pretty hot. How hot can this thing get before i start to worry....ive seen it up to 104F just want to make sure the phone doesnt fry on me.
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So Ive been running the rom for a little while, about half a day, and it seems to be running pretty hot. How hot can this thing get before i start to worry....ive seen it up to 104F just want to make sure the phone doesnt fry on me.
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Yup, its been set to on demand since the initiall install. When Idle the phone is fine (about 70F degrees), but once i start to actually use it the temp starts to jump up, if im browsing facebook or instagram, navigation anything like that the temps goes up about 30degrees (not instantly but after about 20 to 30min....at about 104F i just stop using the phone until it cools down again.
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Yup, its been set to on demand since the initiall install. When Idle the phone is fine (about 70F degrees), but once i start to actually use it the temp starts to jump up, if im browsing facebook or instagram, navigation anything like that the temps goes up about 30degrees (not instantly but after about 20 to 30min....at about 104F i just stop using the phone until it cools down again.
that doesnt really sound out of the ordinary.. i mean we are overclocking the processor by 60% (600mhz)
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that doesnt really sound out of the ordinary.. i mean we are overclocking the processor by 60% (600mhz)
Any recommendation on when you feel HOT is too Hot? so far i havent let it go past 104....you think the phone would be ok going past 104 if it does
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that doesnt really sound out of the ordinary.. i mean we are overclocking the processor by 60% (600mhz)
How hot due you think is TOO hot? i love the rom and dont want to switch at this point? other than it running hot I havent had any other issues
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How hot due you think is TOO hot? i love the rom and dont want to switch at this point? other than it running hot I havent had any other issues
i dont think you have anything to worry about at 104, some computers not overclocked run at 130ish, thats not a healthy temp (130) but i would say 110-115 is getting too hot
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i dont think you have anything to worry about at 104, some computers not overclocked run at 130ish, thats not a healthy temp (130) but i would say 110-115 is getting too hot
Ok, Thanks so much for all your help. I trully appreciate it.

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FYI second day running....No issues other that one freeze up...rebooted and everything has being fine after that. Thanks again for this awesome ROM.
iam guessing that one freeze up was on the first boot?
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iam guessing that one freeze up was on the first boot?
I believe it was, yes. After install and initial boot, i plug in to charge my phone through the computer and it froze. I rebooted and was fine after that.
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