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Old August 4th, 2012, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default [ROM][8/11/2012] Strike! - AOSP Speed FTW ~ [D.I.R.T]

This is obviously not my work, but you guys really need to check this rom out that was made by Savoca with some help from Team DIRT. It is bar NONE the fastest ICS rom out there. Holy cow. I wouldn't steer you guys wrong. It's more of an offshoot of Evervolv's work rather than the CM team, but this thing FLIES. Check it out.

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-Pure ICS build, fast, stable, and I'm not lying when I say that. This will fly.
-Stable UI, OS
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[1.0.3]
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Ohhhhhh....I liked Evervolv's ROM. I may flash this on my non connected EVO.
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wow, this bad boy IS fast! Think I will run it for a while and see how it does.

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wow, this bad boy IS fast! Think I will run it for a while and see how it does.

Thanks MB!
Told ya! Most roms claim to be fast. This one truly flies.
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I really like this rom so far. I installed the ICS buttons on the bottom just to see how they look and didn't like it. Does anyone know how to remove it or do I have to wipe everything and reinstall the ROM?
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I really like this rom so far. I installed the ICS buttons on the bottom just to see how they look and didn't like it. Does anyone know how to remove it or do I have to wipe everything and reinstall the ROM?
well you should have done a nandroid backup that way you can just restore back. but if you did not then just wipe dalvik cache and cache and re-flash the rom. do not wipe anything else. this way all of your settings and data will not be lost. but any other customization you have done might get wiped.
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well you should have done a nandroid backup that way you can just restore back. but if you did not then just wipe dalvik cache and cache and re-flash the rom. do not wipe anything else. this way all of your settings and data will not be lost. but any other customization you have done might get wiped.
I know, I always do nandroid backups but I forgot this time. Thanks for the quick reply, you're always a life saver ocnbrze.
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Hi im running team dirts new rom strike, heres the link
[ROM][8/11/2012] Strike! - AOSP Speed FTW ~ [D.I.R.T] - xda-developers
so far its my fav, check it out
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Hi im running team dirts new rom strike, heres the link
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so far its my fav, check it out
i moved your thread here.

can you tell us what you like about this rom? what kernel does it come with?
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i moved your thread here.

can you tell us what you like about this rom? what kernel does it come with?
here you go
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ok cool thanx for posting the kernel. i was just curious as it is not mentioned in the op for this rom. so how do you like it so far?
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ok cool thanx for posting the kernel. i was just curious as it is not mentioned in the op for this rom. so how do you like it so far?
Love it my fav so far. I must say team dirts roms are the best ive tried. i used digital karma, decks reloaded, cm9 and this is my fav
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I've been looking for a good and fast ICS rom and this seems to be it. So far I've only found one issue and that's Sprint TV. It appears to load fine and all seems normal until the start of a video and all I get is a black screen.....any ideas?
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Well, video playback on any ICS roms can be problematic, so it's hard to say. I honestly haven't bothered with using Sprint TV since way back when I first got my Evo.
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I loaded this up last night. I must say that its awesome!

The 2 bugs I have with it so far are that the capacitive buttons don's always light up anymore and facebook filled in some of my contacts pictures but not others. Other than those 2 things I have no issues.
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I put this on my backup EVO and it is fast. Very nice ROM. ICS looks great
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Is anyone have issues with pop up menus staying on the screen when they should disappear?

I am. Any pop up menu (system settings, etc) stays on screen for 10 or 15 seconds after you click the option.

I need this to stop, it's WAY annoying. Any ideas?
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Is anyone have issues with pop up menus staying on the screen when they should disappear?

I am. Any pop up menu (system settings, etc) stays on screen for 10 or 15 seconds after you click the option.

I need this to stop, it's WAY annoying. Any ideas?
have you tried to wipe dalvick cache and cache?
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have you tried to wipe dalvick cache and cache?
Yeah, I did that the day after the initial root and rom flash. Guess it wouldn't hurt to do it again.

What exactly is the cache and dalvick cache?
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Anyone have any ideas here???? Still getting lag on my menus.
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Anyone have any ideas here???? Still getting lag on my menus.
You could try a different kernel.
Is that a sense rom or AOSP? I haven't looked into/tried it so that's why I ask. Also make sure you use the appropriate sense/AOSP kernel.
And make a nandroid backup before trying a different kernel.

Edit: ha, I just read the op...it is AOSP...you could try one of the mason "I" series kernels.
I'll try to find it.

Edit again: found it
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1546878
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You could try a different kernel.
Is that a sense rom or AOSP? I haven't looked into/tried it so that's why I ask. Also make sure you use the appropriate sense/AOSP kernel.
And make a nandroid backup before trying a different kernel.

Edit: ha, I just read the op...it is AOSP...you could try one of the mason "I" series kernels.
I'll try to find it.

Edit again: found it
[KERNEL][WIP] Mason kernel for supersonic v0.14 - xda-developers
Thanks brother, I'll give that a shot!
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Thanks brother, I'll give that a shot!
Sure, like I said, nandroid backup first....it's the safe thing to do
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I found an app called Wondershare and I've been able to play Hulu on my Savoca Strike ROM on my other EVO. Works very well.
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If you're messing with kernels on this ROM you should only use stock that comes with the ROM or the mason ei 15 kernel. I've forgotten the exact build number.
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If you're messing with kernels on this ROM you should only use stock that comes with the ROM or the mason ei 15 kernel. I've forgotten the exact build number.
Is that Mason kernel that Mike linked above correct? I need to get this menu lag fixed...or flash a new rom. So far I haven't done anything except with the cache and dalvik cache a bunch of times with no improvement.
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Is that Mason kernel that Mike linked above correct? I need to get this menu lag fixed...or flash a new rom. So far I haven't done anything except with the cache and dalvik cache a bunch of times with no improvement.
I think so, I cannot find the .15 build for you....atyoung names his kernels as such.


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So mason ginger G, ice I and sense S made fairly good sense, when dealing with one device, but I'm staring down the barrel of 2 more in the very immediate future. So now I'm faced with some naming difficulty. There's no reason to re-brand the kernel itself, it's already recognizable as is, so the letter scheme will need looking at. The first letter will be representative of the device, the second what android version it's made for. G for gingerbread aosp, I for ICS aosp, S is for sense, SI for sense ICS so it would be as follows:

For the Galaxy Nexus: NG, NI
For the Epic Touch 4G: TG, TI
For the Evo4G: EG, EI, ES
For the Evo4G LTE: LI, LSI
So, ei would be evo ice cream sandwich.
I for ICS etc.
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I think so, I cannot find the .15 build for you....atyoung names his kernels as such.




So, ei would be evo ice cream sandwich.
I for ICS etc.

Great, might give this a shot today. Been too busy lately to mess with it.
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After using this for a little while, while I still like it, it has slowed down quite a bit. Especially when opening a text thread that has lots of messages in it.

Just thought I would throw that out there.
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After using this for a little while, while I still like it, it has slowed down quite a bit. Especially when opening a text thread that has lots of messages in it.

Just thought I would throw that out there.
try wiping dalvik cache and cache. if you stay on any one rom for a while things can slow down a bit. wiping the caches will help.
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