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Old November 12th, 2012, 11:52 AM   #101 (permalink)
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blimey, only flash r27 yesterday lol

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I've been on R27 for a few days now and am very impressed (although it is only comparing with 2 other ROMs - stock HTC gingerbread and trickdroid). Battery has seemed better, unless signal isn't too good. After a few days of bedding in with the odd crash, it is generally much, much slicker with some nice new features. Tried GPS tracking, music and camera at same time yesterday, no problem where stock gingerbread would have stuttered or crashed. Camera is improved, and I like the built in panorama but would have liked HDR too. GPS lock way quicker, although i have added the FasterGPS app too.

Still getting used to new keyboard (no arrows?!), no recent apps on top swipe menu (long home button hold instead) and lack of HTC clock/weather (using minimalistic text widgets). Getting used to stock apps like Apollo for music too. Not sure i like the browser though, so might go with Chrome (Is that the general choice for most of you guys?)

Only downsides are losing some app info on great little war game and notepad, can't figure out screenshot and I forgot to turn wordfeud notifications back on so i lost a bunch of games...

Will wait a while before a new ROM unless issues appear with this one (or somethig else shiny and new appears and i have a spare few hours...)
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I use chrome. If it doesn't work I use Dolphin.

Screen shot is in the settings>system>power menu > toggle on and off.

Then hold power button and click da button.
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Cheers Mehta, always someone jumping in with an answer. Damn good forum this.

One question on governers. It came set on ONDEMAND, but noticed a lot of people using smartassv2. Worth a change? Also, anyone else played with any of the Dev or performance options and got anything worthwile out? I'll have a play and post back if i find anything.
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Ral is a master when it comes to govners etc
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I use chrome. If it doesn't work I use Dolphin.

Screen shot is in the settings>system>power menu > toggle on and off.

Then hold power button and click da button.
chrome and swiftkey do not really love each other..so because of that i use dolphin, also try boat browser and it's very good..
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did you try 28?
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Cheers Mehta, always someone jumping in with an answer. Damn good forum this.

One question on governers. It came set on ONDEMAND, but noticed a lot of people using smartassv2. Worth a change? Also, anyone else played with any of the Dev or performance options and got anything worthwile out? I'll have a play and post back if i find anything.
The advantage of smartassV2 is that it has screen on and screen off settings. Ondemand runs the same settings whether the screen is on or off.

Neither smartassV2 or ondemand is a "battery saving" governor.
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I found my battery was slightly better with smartass...
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I found my battery was slightly better with smartass...
mines not slightly better, its WAAY better :-)
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No, I've decided to use sense for a bit.
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No, I've decided to use sense for a bit.
buuuuuuu
i love sense but without sense my phone is much much faster..
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I prefer plain android but I'm getting prepared for nexus
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I noticed a fair number of issues with flashing JellyTime coming up. Accelerometer failing to work and a few failed boots. None of these problems have been reported by the people on this thread. In other words, we are doing something right

I wanted to poll what version of recovery do you use?

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I use 4EXT recovery.

@ivicakc I completely forgot to flash those colour change themes.. sorry bout that, I just remembered. I'll flash when I am on Jellytime next :P
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@ivicakc I completely forgot to flash those colour change themes.. sorry bout that, I just remembered. I'll flash when I am on Jellytime next :P
no problem dude...RB now cooking 4.2
btw..i'm also on 4EXT..
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Yes. JellyTime will probably move from one version to another without ever coming out with a "stable"release. I thought with CM10 M2 from Cyanogenmod we might see a more stable JellyTime. Does not look like it.
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Yes. JellyTime will probably move from one version to another without ever coming out with a "stable"release. I thought with CM10 M2 from Cyanogenmod we might see a more stable JellyTime. Does not look like it.
i think the same, probably will be from 4.1.2 to 4.2..
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Randomblame has 4.2 for an Acer Inconia and he ordered a Nexus 4. End of the line for the DHD?
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This is the part I have never understood, except for Google Now (which I don't use) and the new notifications (which is really cool), I really do not notice the difference between ICS and JB.
I find Jellybean a lot faster than ICS.

I know you asked this a while ago, but I just saw it :P
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I'm sure that there will still be people who dev for the phone for a while yet (at least I hope)
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I find Jellybean a lot faster than ICS.

I know you asked this a while ago, but I just saw it :P
It's supposed to be faster with the project butter tweaks which are supposed to make the user interface feel more fluid.
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No doubt. I am just wondering if Randomblame will continue with JellyTime for the DHD.
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No doubt. I am just wondering if Randomblame will continue with JellyTime for the DHD.
Hmm... yeah... may be a little preoccupied with his new toy
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Hmm... yeah... may be a little preoccupied with his new toy
While it is nice to imagine that a Dev would support a phone while it still has users, I think a big motivation is fun. If I was a Dev and had a new toy, I know what I would be playing with.
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No doubt. I am just wondering if Randomblame will continue with JellyTime for the DHD.
i think that he will, he said he would bring 4.2 to dhd very soon.
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i think that he will, he said he would bring 4.2 to dhd very soon.
The talk started when we noticed him ordering two Nexus 4 phones on the XDA Nexus 4 thread earlier today. Same question is posted on XDA, so I guess we will hear from Randomblame soon.
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The talk started when we noticed him ordering two Nexus 4 phones on the XDA Nexus 4 thread earlier today. Same question is posted on XDA, so I guess we will hear from Randomblame soon.
i hope so..
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Well, Mike who made Android Revolution was churning out kinda regular updates until he got his One X....

But is Randomblane's JT JB the best JB rom?
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Well, Mike who made Android Revolution was churning out kinda regular updates until he got his One X....

But is Randomblane's JT JB the best JB rom?
for me JT is much better than codefire..i don't try others..
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Randomblame has released a AOSP 4.2 port for the DHD. Not really a working ROM. No calls, web browser does not work, SD card won't mount, but it is confirmation that he is working on it. Unfortunately, it looks like instead of modifying and building on JellyTime, it's pretty much a whole new ROM.
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Randomblame has released a AOSP 4.2 port for the DHD. Not really a working ROM. No calls, web browser does not work, SD card won't mount, but it is confirmation that he is working on it. Unfortunately, it looks like instead of modifying and building on JellyTime, it's pretty much a whole new ROM.
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ok, i found it..
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I was hoping someone could check if JellyTime R28 has a:

a) /system/etc/init.d folder

b) a vdd_levels file in /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/

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b) a vdd_levels file in /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/

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a) yes
b) yes

why, what are those things?
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IIRC, ral likes to change some of the settings that are located there... he can explain it better than me, as it's a little beyond me
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I think he has even written a script that changes the settings to the ones he wants
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b) yes

why, what are those things?
Someone at XDA was asking me why I don't write scripts for Jelly Bean ROM's. When I installed JellyTime last I think it did not have an init.d folder, meaning I could not write start up scripts to modify settings and it did not have a vdd file so I could tweak voltages. My recollection could be wrong.

Is it possible to ask for a list of the files in the init.d folder?

Basically, if the ROM supports init.d scripts I can write a file to set processor frequencies, voltages, governors and schedulers at boot. Apps can do this.

What the scripts allow is to fine tune governor settings.

For the Blackout and ViperDHD ROM's, I have three different variations of the smartassV2 governor.

If the folder and file are present, it means I can probably write script for JellyTime.

Maybe best I just flash the ROM again.
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Hey folks, have been using r23 for a while and generally very happy with it. Just flashed r28 (full wipe of everythign first) and found GPS wouldn't work at all - settings showed GPS used for location, but no app using location could find it. GPS icon on taskbar never showed up either. Restart didn't help.

Any ideas folks...?
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Someone at XDA was asking me why I don't write scripts for Jelly Bean ROM's. When I installed JellyTime last I think it did not have an init.d folder, meaning I could not write start up scripts to modify settings and it did not have a vdd file so I could tweak voltages. My recollection could be wrong.

Is it possible to ask for a list of the files in the init.d folder?

Basically, if the ROM supports init.d scripts I can write a file to set processor frequencies, voltages, governors and schedulers at boot. Apps can do this.

What the scripts allow is to fine tune governor settings.

For the Blackout and ViperDHD ROM's, I have three different variations of the smartassV2 governor.

If the folder and file are present, it means I can probably write script for JellyTime.

Maybe best I just flash the ROM again.
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but I'm going to ask you a favor, when you flash JT and fix those thinks, tel me step by step what to do, i want to try it too..talking about R28..
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Hey folks, have been using r23 for a while and generally very happy with it. Just flashed r28 (full wipe of everythign first) and found GPS wouldn't work at all - settings showed GPS used for location, but no app using location could find it. GPS icon on taskbar never showed up either. Restart didn't help.

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i don't know, gps work just fine for me..what recovery you use?
use 4ext and do full full full wipe..
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Clockwork mod, full erase, flashed twice now with same error. Error is already logged with Jellytime issues, have added comment and +1.

Would ext4 make any difference?
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but I'm going to ask you a favor, when you flash JT and fix those thinks, tel me step by step what to do, i want to try it too..talking about R28..
Thanks. Cannot see the images though.

Applying my tweaks is easy. Flash in recovery to apply. Flash in recovery to return to stock. I also have a do it yourself guide.
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Clockwork mod, full erase, flashed twice now with same error. Error is already logged with Jellytime issues, have added comment and +1.

Would ext4 make any difference?

Definitely try 4ext and do full wipe, wipe everything you see, accept sdcard and then flash rom, try R28..
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Thanks. Cannot see the images though.

Applying my tweaks is easy. Flash in recovery to apply. Flash in recovery to return to stock. I also have a do it yourself guide.

Tnx, i'm on my phone now, I'll look at on my computer..
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Voltage Tweaks on the way in 8-9 hours. Just testing stability.
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Voltage Tweaks on the way in 8-9 hours. Just testing stability.
and this will work on JT too?
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Thanks. Cannot see the images though.

Applying my tweaks is easy. Flash in recovery to apply. Flash in recovery to return to stock. I also have a do it yourself guide.
I'll give your blackout ones a whirl.
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and this will work on JT too?
Yup. For JellyTime, like aospX, all I can do are voltage tweaks. For Sense ROM's I can fine tune the governors too.

The built it performance utility is AOKP ROM's conflict with my scripts.
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Yup. For JellyTime, like aospX, all I can do are voltage tweaks. For Sense ROM's I can fine tune the governors too.

The built it performance utility is AOKP ROM's conflict with my scripts.
i'll try it now..
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