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Old October 19th, 2012, 07:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi ivicakc

There are a couple of users who have been using JT... I think there's quite a bit of discussion about it in Time for a change of ROM?!? and Getting the Desire HD an have no idea where to start

I am sure that ral (amongst others) will be able to discuss it with you though
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There are a couple of users who have been using JT... I think there's quite a bit of discussion about it in Time for a change of ROM?!? and Getting the Desire HD an have no idea where to start

I am sure that ral (amongst others) will be able to discuss it with you though
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I would offer my opinions, but I've not actually flashed that one
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I would offer my opinions, but I've not actually flashed that one
i recommended you to try it, first i try codefireX, it's ok, but my contacts have suddenly disappeared, don't now why, than i flashed subsa prime 7, but, when you once try JB, dude, there is no coming back, so i find jellytime and its just wooooow :P
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I've been using JB JT R21 for almost 24-hours now... coming for Blackout ICS...

I already commented on it at Most stable vanilla jb ROM?

So far so good, although I'm finding battery life is not as good as ICS... any tips?

I'll post more on it, once I've had a chance to play more this weekend.

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I might be the last guy in the here on Sense... and D-U-R-X singles me out to give you advice on Jelly Time

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I've been using JB JT R21 for almost 24-hours now... coming for Blackout ICS...

I already commented on it at Most stable vanilla jb ROM?

So far so good, although I'm finding battery life is not as good as ICS... any tips?

I'll post more on it, once I've had a chance to play more this weekend.

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Have not been on JellyTime for a month now. Middle of September I flashed R7.2 and a day or two later R8.

Thirteen builds in 30 days. That's a lot.
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Have not been on JellyTime for a month now. Middle of September I flashed R7.2 and a day or two later R8.

Thirteen builds in 30 days. That's a lot.

Yes, it's a lot, but i runing r21 and it's pretty good, almost perfect.. Today i found a little bug on panorama, the screen is blinding when panorama is on..
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R21 seems to be a good build. I would not rush to a update if R22 comes out. For better or worse JellyTime builds come out quickly which makes it exciting for those who really like to Beta test, but often times things going awry for several builds.
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Hey, first post here, have installed JT today as my first experience of rooting and flashing.

Looks ok but I can't seem to sign in or get the play store to work (just crashes) so can't really do a lot with my phone. Has anyone got any tips or should I try to install again?

Or if not has anyone got any other roms to try?
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Hey, first post here, have installed JT today as my first experience of rooting and flashing.

Looks ok but I can't seem to sign in or get the play store to work (just crashes) so can't really do a lot with my phone. Has anyone got any tips or should I try to install again?

Or if not has anyone got any other roms to try?

Did you try gapp? Work fine to me. I flash rom, then gapp and everything is ok.
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Done a quick search before work but can't see exactly what gapp is, could you link me up please?
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Here is the link.

If you flash this it will write over your existing Google applications.

Flash > Wipe Cache > Wipe Dalvik > Reboot.
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Done a quick search before work but can't see exactly what gapp is, could you link me up please?
yep, download this gapp, put it somewhere on your sdcard, go to recovory, flash it and it's should be work..
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I flashed this but will go o back to ICS 8.8 due to similar issue as solid.

I flashed gapps cleared caches, but nothing from play will download. Comes up with blue loading bar but that's it. No notification it is downloading or anything.

Would really like to find a fix to this as I was loving jellybean.

Edit: As if the universe is out to get me, just as I posted this everything I attempted to download did in one go. Half an hour after I clicked install...
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Normally when I have trouble with the Android Market I go into Settings > Apps > Clear Cache
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I'm am loving this. Jellybean is so smooth and fast.
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which one you installed? r21 or r22?
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I'm on R21 right now and will upgrade to R22 tonight. My only issues are there are still some video screw ups when watching youtube, my beautiful widgets clock and toggles disappear when I reboot the phone, and the speaker is still horrible. Let's hope 22 fixes this stuff
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I'm on R21 right now and will upgrade to R22 tonight. My only issues are there are still some video screw ups when watching youtube, my beautiful widgets clock and toggles disappear when I reboot the phone, and the speaker is still horrible. Let's hope 22 fixes this stuff
maybe i find a solution about sound and it's very good for now, i'l give you a link tomorow (can't find it right now)..
so please post experiance about r22, i'm stil on 21, i'm afraid to lose all app if i flash it, because i'm to lazy to instaled over and over again all my app..but i think if i flashed without wipe, maybe wont be deleted..

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there is a linkfor sound www.box.com/s/uovwzfi5bl4ybvs5z48v download file and flash it in recovery..
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does anyone jelly bean have a weird battery indicator mine was at around 30 percent charging (should be the correct one asI put it to charge at 20)

Took it off charger to make a call, now at 70 draining fast (most likely because 70 is not the correct charge)
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I've heard similar stories before... I think it's to do with your phone's battery stats being a little off. The phone resets it's battery stats each time you fully charge, so it's not something to worry about.

If you download Current Widget and put the widget on your homescreen, it lets you know how much power is being drawn by the battery while it is charging. You will notice that, even though the battery is showing at 100%, the phone still draws power. Once the phone reaches 0mA, you know that the phone is FULLY charged
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does anyone jelly bean have a weird battery indicator mine was at around 30 percent charging (should be the correct one asI put it to charge at 20)

Took it off charger to make a call, now at 70 draining fast (most likely because 70 is not the correct charge)
i had a similar experience, my battery was on 14% and i put phone on table, only wi-fi turned on, and after half hour battery was on 26% i don't know how
i tried this once again but nothing, it's magical table obviously
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D-U-R-X advice on the current widget is great. Once every month or two, let your phone die, power on again and wait for it to die a second time.

Charge till full, using the current widget to let you know it is full. For the next few weeks your battery will report the correct level.

Do not do this to often. Normally best to recharge at 15-30% and pulling from the charger when full. No harm pulling it even if not full.

Draining the battery completely, and charging the battery completely, too often stresses the battery and shortens its life. By design most devices report full at 90-95% and empty at 1-3%.
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I usually leave my phone on charge in the mornings before work, and then when I get back until bed where I use it for a few hours and then back on charger overnight.

I normally let my phones go flat then full recharge once a month, as the battery indicator will always go a little bit off after a while.

This one was just so weird because going from 30% to 70% was such a huge change.
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First battery cycle on a new ROM?

Remember the recalibration of the battery should not be done frequently. Only once every month or two. Just so your phone "remembers" where zero is. Recalibrating frequently will kill your battery faster.

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I forgot which thread, whether here of XDA. Someone had his phone go on for two hours after it read zero.
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That would have been good at then time. Hits zero and he still has a lot of use.

This wasn't the first cycle for thisbrom
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I can't explain the jump in the battery reading than.

R23 is out!

Looks promising from the changelog:

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bug fixes everywhere
now using compiled hostap bins I'm finally getting 72mbps with my N router hopefully the disconnect bugs will go away as well from paulb-nl
No major changes, just bug fixes... so should be an improved R22.
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R23 is out!

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No major changes, just bug fixes... so should be an improved R22.
half an hour before R23, i was flashed R22 -.-
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i just flashed R23 and every time a won't to take a picture, my phone is restarting..anyone else with this bug?

only at 4MPX... wtf??
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does anyone jelly bean have a weird battery indicator mine was at around 30 percent charging (should be the correct one asI put it to charge at 20)

Took it off charger to make a call, now at 70 draining fast (most likely because 70 is not the correct charge)

Yes. All the time. I might upload some shots but mine went from 14% to 40 sometimes.

@ral would charging to 100% nearly all the time but recharging at 1-30% be ok?

I think I read somewhere that you should charge when the current output gets below 3% of the stated battery capacity?
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@ral would charging to 100% nearly all the time but recharging at 1-30% be ok?
Yes. But by 100%, just the 100% as reflected by the phone, and not the true 100% by letting the battery go 0 current flow on the Current Widget. Apple (ironically enough) discussed the buffer over "100%" when they released the iPad 3.

Seems to be correct. Otherwise why would manufacturers have your phone report full when it is still accepting a charge.

As for recharging, you should probably not let it go below 15% to often.

Draining to till it dies a second time and charging until the current widget reports zero should be used very sparingly, only to recalibrate.
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is there any chance to flash audio beats?
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I haven't seen anything like that on non sense roms... If it helps, I heard it's just a tuned equaliser.... So you get an app (e.g ZPlayer) and adjust it there
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The ROM comes with dspmanager. Maybe mess with the equalizer in there.
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i flashed awesome beats from samsung s3 but nothing is change in sound, it's the same thing like dsp.
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Yup. It's just tuned to be heavy on Bass I think.
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Yup. It's just tuned to be heavy on Bass I think.
One reason I don't want beats on my phone. My music would sound horrible with heavy Bass.
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R25 out... Two versions.

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Release 25
Kernel updated to 3.0.50
New video fixes
cm file manager included
New leaked desk clock from nexus 4
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There are two versions one stock like and the other with new camera and keyboard from this morning's nexus 4 dump
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Glad they added the n4 features into. I wanted to try the keyboard, so this will save time.

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i will wait for 26 or 27 to fix all bugs with the camera, I've read all morning posts and comment, so i decided to wait for next release
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I downloaded and haven't flashed. I've set up my phone over and over again lately so have decided to just sit with r24
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