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Old August 26th, 2010, 08:35 PM   #351 (permalink)
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I just changed my build.prop to 3 , definitely had a positive effect. My phone rings almost right away. But the funny thing was that it was originally at 500 already . Not sure why.

I think I'm gonna change the wifi scan interval too. Hopefully it will save some battery.
The ring delay is in milliseconds(ms). So 500 is .5 secs. the default, I believe is 3000 (3secs)

3!!??!? LOL

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How are you guys setting your speeds at those 125 and 300 for minimum? Set CPU is only showing me the option for 250 at the low end and 400 the next lowest.

FWIW, I switched my scaling to interactive, and the phone is responding better. So far, none of the random lags. On 1.4, Interactive seemed to use more battery than On Demand on my phone for some reason. Will see if there is a difference with 1.5.

And if you are reading this thread trying to decide whether to go with LFY or not, don't let the lag stuff stop you! It wasn't happening very often for me. Most of the time, this ROM is SWEET!

You are running the stock kernel that came with the ROM.
Should you feel the need for speed You can flash a higher speed kernel, although the one I am using now I got from CM forums, and not from the OP's links to "Liquid Slayher's kernels" if that makes sense.


I haven't had any lag, and when I have an issue it is with
LauncherPro when I am coming out of an app (in widescreen/landscape)

it takes just a moment for it to change to portrait but this is
not an issue with LFY, it's LP (I use LP Plus but same difference)
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I was afraid of that. I really don't want to switch to ADW. Just like Launcher Pro better. Mostly because I like my dock in LP. Not a fan of the ADW dock.
The ADW has some awesome features I wished
LP had. The only reason I use LP Plus is due to the
HTC-like people widget, the awesome calendar widget and
SMS widget...

With ADW you can swipe up for a secret dock
that is scrollable, (you can change the icon as well)

You can swipe up to remove the notification bar,
and to me it is faster than LP, although it helps to have
ADW "optimised" (memory settings)
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Well just installed the LFY 1250 kernel from the LFY v1. 5 1200 and what a difference. Went from consistent 1580-1620 quadrant with 110 temps to 1770 quadrant at 97temp. no fc's or draw at all so far
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I read on droid forums that 1300 does not play well with FroYo, I think I will test the 1250 when I get off work, from reading on the CM forums it look like it was a compcache fix in the new kernels.

I can confirm 1250 (provided your phone is capable)
runs well. I was able to break the 20's with my Droid 1
clocked at 1250 with Quadrant! I don't care much about the
test mind you but it tells me Slayher's kernels are very well written.

No other kernel could do this or even run on Quadrant...
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How do you do this?

1.) You need root explorer (paid app in the market)
2.) You make sure to click on Mount R/W (means rewritable)

3.) Click on the folder System.

In the system's root....locate build.prop

Long press it and open in text editor..
Locate the ro.telephony.call_ring.delay

rename 1000 to 500
When you back out of the program it will save and exit
and make the original file renamed to .bak (as a backup)

Reboot, and test. Enjoy
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I just changed my build.prop to 3 , definitely had a positive effect. My phone rings almost right away. But the funny thing was that it was originally at 500 already . Not sure why.

I think I'm gonna change the wifi scan interval too. Hopefully it will save some battery.
Did you check out multiple ring and set it to true?
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I can confirm 1250 (provided your phone is capable)
runs well. I was able to break the 20's with my Droid 1
clocked at 1250 with Quadrant! I don't care much about the
test mind you but it tells me Slayher's kernels are very well written.

No other kernel could do this or even run on Quadrant...
I tried the 1250 kernel and my phone rebooted when I opened quadrant. 1200 works great. I will reflash and try again then report back.
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wow....just tried the 1300...NO GO! lol
All I got was buzzing whenever I tried to unlock the screen. Couldn't even get into the home screen. I'll try the 1250 and report back

Okay...update:
1250 runs smooth and fast! I've gotten 2 runs in a row in the upper 1700s!
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Did you check out multiple ring and set it to true?
No I did not change anything other than the ring delay. Should I?
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wow....just tried the 1300...NO GO! lol
All I got was buzzing whenever I tried to unlock the screen. Couldn't even get into the home screen. I'll try the 1250 and report back
You have no idea how close I was to this though!!! I have been trying to get a 1300MHz to run on my phone for about 9 months now...

I was able to boot the 1300MHz and actually booted into recovery successfully (phone didn't crash)!

Now...all the rest was completely unresponsive, had several Launcher Pro FC's and it vibrated in my hand for about 30 seconds when I booted to recovery...But I was able to run it for a couple of minutes!

1250 Loaded and I was able to flip through screens and it was running (this was a first as well...). Opened Quadrant and...crash...

I'll just have to "settle" for 1200MHz with quadrant scores in the low 1700's LOL
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You have no idea how close I was to this though!!! I have been trying to get a 1300MHz to run on my phone for about 9 months now...

I was able to boot the 1300MHz and actually booted into recovery successfully (phone didn't crash)!

Now...all the rest was completely unresponsive, had several Launcher Pro FC's and it vibrated in my hand for about 30 seconds when I booted to recovery...But I was able to run it for a couple of minutes!
Mine booted up, through the boot screen, to the home/lock screen (I walked away a minute and it was locked when i came back). But, it wouldn't unlock...it would just vibrate like crazy!

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1250 Loaded and I was able to flip through screens and it was running (this was a first as well...). Opened Quadrant and...crash...

I'll just have to "settle" for 1200MHz with quadrant scores in the low 1700's LOL
haha....yeah, "settle"! LOL
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I was lagging like crazy with the default kernel... now I'm on the 1.2 ghz slayher and things seem better.
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1.) You need root explorer (paid app in the market)
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3.) Click on the folder System.

In the system's root....locate build.prop

Long press it and open in text editor..
Locate the ro.telephony.call_ring.delay

rename 1000 to 500
When you back out of the program it will save and exit
and make the original file renamed to .bak (as a backup)

Reboot, and test. Enjoy
What a difference. I had 500 to start, so changed to 250 and it helps alot
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Did you check out multiple ring and set it to true?
why set multiple ring to true?
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Update 1250 will not run stable for me. Couldn't get quadrant, couldn't get on the web, and after the last flash couldn't get setcpu to work. 1200 seems to work okay
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Tested a bunch of ROMs today and this one is a keeper! Both the fastest and best featured of the ones I tested.
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About the delay - i have experiance the same with in calls. I have had my phone idle for about 2 hrs this morning at work before i tried to call it from the desk phone. It rang 3-4 times before the answer screen loaded up. I then let it sit for 5 more mins and tried again, this time it took 1.5 rings. I do underclock my phone to 250 when screen is off to save batt life. This possibly making the phone recover and load slower when a call is incoming? Ill be doing more tests as today passes.
I have as well - more on this in a bit.

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The 11:00 a.m. upload that johngalt's post was referring to (which was actually referencing a post of mine) was about the v1.6 slayher kernels, NOT LFY v1.5). The ROM itself wasn't actually uploaded again, to fix the md5 sum mismatch, until around 6:12 p.m. yesterday (August 25th).

If you do reflash the ROM, there's no need at all to wipe anything.
My apologies for messing it up - I thought it was the ROM that had been updated in the AM, not realizing it was the night before.

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Ok guys I want to clear up some confusion. I worked with LiQuID to get LFY and the such on Rom Manager. One thing that was missing from the LFY-1.5 was a single flag in the build.prop that allows Rom Manager to detect if there is an update available for your ROM.
I had him add that line to the build.prop, and with out thinking about the MD5s etc, I told him to go ahead and upload the new. That way we would be fully compatible with RM.
I will take the blame for that little snafu with the MD5 being wrong and the Different files/same names.

Also there are new kernels listed in the link to more kernels. Once again me hitting the ground running. I made several new kernels, with higher speeds, and to keep build time/modules consistent, I cleaned my build directory and started new, from the stock 800 up to the new 1300 and 1300HV. If you are running the older kernel, Great, if you downloaded a new kernel Great! Either way you will be fine, all the features are the same, and they are fully compatible with LFY.

I hope that everyone is running fast and smooth with the kernel/rom.

As for heat issues, this is the coolest kernel I have ever used, and others are reporting the same thing, many others. If you seem to be running hot, try reinstalling Temp Monitor, or reflashing the kernel.

Kernels can be very finicky. For instance I have never had luck with P3Droids kernels. They are great I am sure but MY phone hated them. JDLFGs were a 50-50 chance, and bekits were always great. I have heard others report the opposite. Sometimes you just have to find the "right"one for you and thats great when you do. I will tell you at the moment, I am pretty sure my kernel is the only one to run the interactive governor, although others may be coming.

As for the kernel speed/settings/other stuff:
You need SETCPU,
I suggest the interactive governor with the max slider @max and the min slider @min.

If you are experiencing call delay, try uping the min slider in Setcpu. Some phones have issues coming out of sleep at low speeds.

If you feel battery drain is an issue with interactive, I have all the other governors built in, feel free to change, but you will notice a performance difference (if you are like me anyway)

Lastly, thank you everyone for the great response to the rom! Keep on flashing, and I will try to poke my head in as often as I can. ( I have a wife and 5 kids)
You can hit me up on twitter (@layherdaddy) or here, and I wll try to get to you.

Thank you for the support and the feedback!
Thanks for the info, advice and tips - I'll get to work on it right away and see what happens.

For the record, lately jdflg's kernels have been the most stable and lowest temps for me, P3 my phone is ehh, with, Chevy's used to be good back in hte day, and we all remember Taz's kernels.

I have honestly never used one of yours before now, and I will check out the new ones you've posted and give them a whirl.

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Well just installed the LFY 1250 kernel from the LFY v1. 5 1200 and what a difference. Went from consistent 1580-1620 quadrant with 110 temps to 1770 quadrant at 97temp. no fc's or draw at all so far
I'll try 1250 - my phone hates 1300 like it's the plague....lol
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The voice dialer app is missing. I pulled the app from another rom and it works fine although you don’t get the voice prompt (speak now) but that prompt did not work in v1.4 either.
How would one go about doing this? I really don't wanna have to go back to UD7 but Voice Dialing through bluetooth is a must for me.
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I'll try 1250 - my phone hates 1300 like it's the plague....lol
Same here.. 1250 was a little buggy, stuck with 1100.
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I ended up having to restore back to liquid 1.4. 1.5 was really laggy for me for some reason. I wiped everything 2x as I always do before going to a new ROM. I used the slayher 1ghz kernel, with interactive gov. Why would 1.5 be so slow for me when I haven't had a problem with liquid's ROMs before? Could it be the newer slayher kernel for liquid 1.5?
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These kernels are wicked quick but sucked my battery as if there was a straw from the kernel to the cell.
My heat with Trapster running with an ambient air temp of about 72 - got up to 130 in 5 mins! I am sticking with the Sapphire P3 1200LV kernel for now.
Plus, I am benching the same on short (low 140s) with both kernels and so far, much better battery and temp with the Sapph 1200LV.
Otherwise, this is so far a very nice ROM
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Take a look here: Froyo Kernels by slayher - CyanogenMod Forum - Page 5 (scroll down to post #91).

What is meant from the original kernels to the customized ones? Original as in Googles...? I'm confused.


Also, does that process outlined in post #91 on that forum need to be done or is it already good to go when you flash the 1.5 rom?

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These kernels are wicked quick but sucked my battery as if there was a straw from the kernel to the cell.
My heat with Trapster running with an ambient air temp of about 72 - got up to 130 in 5 mins! I am sticking with the Sapphire P3 1200LV kernel for now.
Plus, I am benching the same on short (low 140s) with both kernels and so far, much better battery and temp with the Sapph 1200LV.
Otherwise, this is so far a very nice ROM
Yes, I just had basically the exact same experience. Incredibly quick, but huge battery drain and cpu temp was sky rocketing. I'd like to use this ROM, but it ain't working out for me so far... Maybe I have done something wrong? I wiped and formatted, 2x, like everyone recommends too. Was using the 1100 kernel by Slayher and the 1.5 ROM, btw. (Droid [OG])

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In the Tangerine theme the stat_sys_data_bluetooth_connected.png icon is the default black and white one. It looks out of place with the rest of the icons when a bluetooth device is connected.
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I've had it running for 2 days now with a standard voltage 1100mhz P3 kernel with no real problems, no real lag (just the usual launcher pro landscape lag when exiting a program). Its zippy, battery life seems fine.

Is there something I'm supposedly missing out on by not using the slayer kernel? I tried it at first but the P3 seems to be working better for my phone.
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Been running LFY since 1.3 and will not run anything else! As always this ROM is super fast and smooth. Great work Liquid! I am having one odd problem with 1.5 though. None of the music players or even astro will recognize my wma files. Mp3s are fine just wma's won't play. If you select them through astro it says "file type wma not found". Any suggestions?
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I was using the 1000 slayer kernel and my performance was horrid. Over time it got slower and slower. I had the issue too where the phone would ring 3 times before the call screen would show. Had to restore a backup to Sapphire. I might try it again with a different kernel. I really liked the tangerine theme too.
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wow....just tried the 1300...NO GO! lol
All I got was buzzing whenever I tried to unlock the screen. Couldn't even get into the home screen. I'll try the 1250 and report back

Okay...update:
1250 runs smooth and fast! I've gotten 2 runs in a row in the upper 1700s!
Damn, I'm hatin! I tried 1250 and I get random re-boots. Once when navigatin thru handcent( tried to get it to happen again but it didnt) and multiple time when running quadrant bnchmrk test.

Previously had the 1.1 kernel running. Guess im goin to try the 1200 now?
Before I do it tho, What is different b/w the LFY-1200 and the LFY1.5-1200?
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Im back to this ROM again. Seems good so far.

How big is your wish list for the next version? I'm really missing the lower screen brightness adjustment from some other roms. Is this on it ? Could it be?
Would like to second this request. I love being able to use my Droid in the dark without the screen blinding me.
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Would like to second this request. I love being able to use my Droid in the dark without the screen blinding me.

You can change the screen brightness using the Power Control Widget
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Super fast and stable rom, think the best I've tried. However I'm getting better performance, battery temps, battery life, and faster boot animations with Chevy's MV-1000 kernel.

I didn't see the partition boot instructions, is that to utilize compache? How big of a difference would that make?

Statusbar and LED tweaks would be nice, but really, this is great. Just waiting for Watermark'd for LFY1.5 and I'm set.
 
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I tried ADW; was worse for me. Switched back to LauncherPro. Still laggy.
Is there any way to not use either of these launchers with this rom? Can we just use the stock Froyo launcher?
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So, was about ready to throw this ROM away for the second time and go back to 1.3 when I thought, I'll just try a different Kernel. Downloaded the 1k kernel, what a difference. No lag at all, at least not yet. So if you are having problems with lag, try a different kernel. I'm glad I did.
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I ended up having to restore back to liquid 1.4. 1.5 was really laggy for me for some reason. I wiped everything 2x as I always do before going to a new ROM. I used the slayher 1ghz kernel, with interactive gov. Why would 1.5 be so slow for me when I haven't had a problem with liquid's ROMs before? Could it be the newer slayher kernel for liquid 1.5?
I think there were some changes in the kernel/rom that were on the site. I would start over...re-download rom and kernel, wipe and reflash. Mine was a little goofy at first, MUCH better after reinstall. I love it now
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You can change the screen brightness using the Power Control Widget
Understood, but some ROMs like Smoked Glass Charity and Chevy's SS offer a lower minimum brightness than plain Froyo.

A note on Slayher's kernels with this ROM: This is the first time my phone has been able to run a 1300Mhz kernel, but the regular and HV kernels both act very strange when clocked at 1300. My phone lags badly and quadrant scores are in the 500-600s. When the 1300 kernels are clocked down to 1100, the phone behaves well and the quadrant scores are in the 1500-1600s as expected. The 1250 kernels and below work well at all clock speeds with a maximum quadrant of 1760 or so when clocked at 1250.
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Is there any way to not use either of these launchers with this rom? Can we just use the stock Froyo launcher?

When I first flashed this and got it up and running, I was like "Really? You have to be kidding me, this thing is worse than stock” there were anywhere between 3 and 5 seconds of lag when I would launch an app. Just didn't seen right to me. I was running the 1000 1.5 kernel.

I decided to give one more try before I flashed back to 1.4 with the chevy lv 1000 kernel, so I went to the kernel download page on the op, and noticed there was a difference in the dates for the kernels. I was using the older 1000 kernel, not the newer one that was custom for this rom, which is the newer kernel dated the 25th. Flashed that, re booted, and all I have to say boys and girls, is if you find a pair of socks, send em back to me, cause this thing completely knocked em off me! This rom is a speed demon now, no lag, and very smooth.

Fwiw, I'm running the 1000 kernel with setcpu at 250/1000 on demand, 250/400 power save for screen off, and 250/550 on demand when battery reaches 50%, and ADW home.

Now to see what battery life is like!

Perhaps someone could help me with a couple of things-

Love the idea of the equalizer for sound control, but adjusting the sliders does not change the sound at all? Anyone else seeing this?

In the settings that you can customize, through terminal emulator, what is the free memory thing that frees up 100 mb? Does it kill tasks to do it? I thought about turning it on, but I didn't see a script command for turning it off if I didn't like what it does. Is there such a thing?
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Love the idea of the equalizer for sound control, but adjusting the sliders does not change the sound at all? Anyone else seeing this?
I don't usually use the EQ part of it but with headphone I use the compression and virtual room effect and I can tell it makes a difference. I have Shure E3 headphones but I have used some cheap panasonic headphones that my wife has and I can tell a difference with them too. I don't use the phone speaker.
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Is there any way to not use either of these launchers with this rom? Can we just use the stock Froyo launcher?
Not sure about the stock launcher, maybe you could rip it out of a stock FroYo rom and use root explorer to add it to system apps, but I am not sure how well it would work, if at all as my experience doing this with apps has been hit and miss. I recommend Sweeter Home 2, it is not as easy to pick up and use as most the other home replacements but once you figure out what you are doing it is the most customizable. Not available on the market, you would need to go to SweeterHome - Start - sweeterhome.com and download the "For Android 2.0 and later" version.
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ZOMG!!! I just flashed the 1000 kernel and did a little fiddling with SetCPU.... I'm with ghmerrill on this one. I'm going to need a search party for my socks immediately because they've gone missing. This is smoother than butter. Kudos to the ROM developers on this one, I think they hit the jackpot.
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Is it me, or I wasn't just that impressed with this ROM?

SetCPU was set at 800, but I just kept getting this lags throughout the phone, from opening applications, to LauncherPro

Oh well, I did give it a try
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Is it me, or I wasn't just that impressed with this ROM?

SetCPU was set at 800, but I just kept getting this lags throughout the phone, from opening applications, to LauncherPro

Oh well, I did give it a try
Yeah, the mixed results are kind of baffling. Seems that some of the users are seeing the same results as I am...very fast, very smooth...the best Liquid ROM yet!

Others like my good friend YankeeDudeL dandy...not so much. Some users are reporting that flashing one of Slayher's other kernels has done the trick while it doesn't seem to work with others.

Not sure what the issues is, but If you try the ROM and it's "laggy", or apps take too long to load...try to flash one of the other kernels.

This ROM may just like to play favorites
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Ok so having issues with the FC on market after install of any app. Other than that feels good. I tried SlaYHer 1.1Ghz 'interactive' governor and wasn't that impressed. Getting better benchmarks with Chevy's 1Ghz (100 mhz lower), and feels smother and snappier.

What exactly does the partition --> format boot, system do? After I wiped and reinstalled doing that, I was getting FC in market. So I think it's better to just wipe, and install like a normal rom, rather than mess with partition menu.
 
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I went back to 1.4 and it is as smooth as can be. I am however going to re flash 1.5 tonight and play with some different kernels. Has anyone besides myself that was having issues with answering the phone seen any improvements?
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Ok so having issues with the FC on market after install of any app. Other than that feels good. I tried SlaYHer 1.1Ghz 'interactive' governor and wasn't that impressed. Getting better benchmarks with Chevy's 1Ghz (100 mhz lower), and feels smother and snappier.

What exactly does the partition --> format boot, system do? After I wiped and reinstalled doing that, I was getting FC in market. So I think it's better to just wipe, and install like a normal rom, rather than mess with partition menu.
I believe (and someone correct me if I am wrong) format boot removes current kernel info from your phone and format system removes current rom info from your phone.
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I went back to 1.4 and it is as smooth as can be. I am however going to re flash 1.5 tonight and play with some different kernels. Has anyone besides myself that was having issues with answering the phone seen any improvements?
I have.. i had one occasion when I had it ring 4 times before the answer screen came up on my D1. This was all after my phone was resting idle for a couple hrs underclocked at 200 i believe. Tried again about 5 mins later and it was only 1.5-2 rings respectively.

Users here suggested to changed the incoming call speed under root explorer->system-> [select mount r/w to r/o at top right of screen] -> long press on build.prop-> open in text editor->[about half way down you will see ro. telephony.call.ring.delay, that should be at 500, i changed mine to 250]

I have also seen suggestions to change call ring multiple to =true. But i have yet to get an answer on what this does vs being set at false

I too since then have changed kernels and have my underclock set at 300 and scaling at interactive.

A+ for stability and speed for LFY1.5 w/ slayers1200 kern
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I was just about to give up on LFY, I installed it yesterday along with Slayhers 1.1 kernal and it lagged, lagged, lagged! I tried playing with the LP settings and it may of helped some but I was still plagued with lag even though the Quadrant scores were decent. I read every post in the thread and was getting ready to flash back to BB when I saw that a few people had luck trying a different kernal, did I mention that I had lag?? So I flashed Slayhers 1.2 Ghz even though I've never had luck with a 1.2 Ghz kernal and Froyo. Damn if it didn't boot right up and now it seems to be running rather fast...and no LAG! I'll give it a little time and see what happens but so far so good. The temps seem okay and we'll see what battery life brings but I was having great battery life with the laggy 1.1 kernal. So, if you're having lag issues try another kernal...it very well may help! I just ran Quadrant and scored a 1711...does that seem about right?
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I was just about to give up on LFY, I installed it yesterday along with Slayhers 1.1 kernal and it lagged, lagged, lagged! I tried playing with the LP settings and it may of helped some but I was still plagued with lag even though the Quadrant scores were decent. I read every post in the thread and was getting ready to flash back to BB when I saw that a few people had luck trying a different kernal, did I mention that I had lag?? So I flashed Slayhers 1.2 Ghz even though I've never had luck with a 1.2 Ghz kernal and Froyo. Damn if it didn't boot right up and now it seems to be running rather fast...and no LAG! I'll give it a little time and see what happens but so far so good. The temps seem okay and we'll see what battery life brings but I was having great battery life with the laggy 1.1 kernal. So, if you're having lag issues try another kernal...it very well may help! I just ran Quadrant and scored a 1711...does that seem about right?
Good job by flashing another kernel.. All of my kernels were pretty effective with performance lagg. I had a reboot error with 1.25gh tho.

But yea, 1711 is great. Im runnin the 1.2ghz and im avg'ing 1500-1670. Frames per sec are at its lowest with the moon orbit test screen if that means anything.
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For me, the issue seems to be with the smoked theme.
I went back to LFY 1.5 Stock (no theme) and installed Slayher 1200.
I had no lag at all.
Am trying BB theme now and it too seems to be pretty much lag free.
Have not tried tangerine or blueberry.

Maybe smoked needs a little more tweaking?
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For me, the issue seems to be with the smoked theme.
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Maybe smoked needs a little more tweaking?
Amazing how people with the exact same phones can have such different experiences. I'm running 1.5 with Slayers 1k kernel and smoked theme and it is flying.
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