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Old September 6th, 2010, 08:31 AM   #101 (permalink)
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i would like to say thank you for this great rom..but im haveing trouble trying to figure out how to block ads on my apps ..does anyone know where that setting is at.thank you
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Can you explain this a bit more into detail and I will try to help you...I havent seen this problem yet, thanks

Edit..Are you talking about when you search for say a pizza place and the location markers pop up on the map so does the ads at the top??

After doing some searching around I don't think there is a setting to turn that off in fact I read a write up regarding this same issue on that half eatin fruit device and it says Google reserves the right to place sponsored links on the maps...any one else have any input to add??
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*** System Script List ***

apps2sd - system will choose where to install apps
apps2sdoff -
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apps2sdon -
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blockads -
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freemem -
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godmode -
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reboot -
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recovery -
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rmbrowser -
removes stock web browser
rmcalculator – removes calculator
rmcarhome - removes car home
rmchrometophone – removes chrome to phone
rmdeskclock – removes desk clock
rmemail - removes stock email app
rmfacebook - removes Facebook from system/app
rmgeniewidget - removes genie widget (news and weather)
rmadwlauncher – removes adw launcher
rmlauncherpro – removes launcher pro
rmlivewallpapers - removes live wallpapers
rmmototorch – removes mototorch led
rmpandora – removes pandora radio
rmquickoffice - removes quick office
rmspareparts - removes spare parts
rmtitaniumbu – removes titanium backup
rmtwitter – removes twitter
rmwirelesstether - removes wireless tether
rmyoutube - removes YouTube app
showads - shows ads from apps
soundoff - turns off camera shutter sound
soundon - restores camera shutter sound
sysrw - mounts system as read/write
sysro - mounts system as read/only


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i would like to say thank you for this great rom..but im haveing trouble trying to figure out how to block ads on my apps ..does anyone know where that setting is at.thank you
In the OP there is a link listing system scripts. There isn't a "setting" built in that turns off ads. But there's a "block ads" script you can run using Terminal Emulator (make sure you get the one called "Android Terminal Emulator" by Jack Palevich). Run the script and ads will no longer show up in your apps. Hope this helps!
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OK, back to the topic - This ROM flies, right up until I push the 1200 kernel onto my phone. Then it starts doing stupid things like lagging a bit.

I got over 24 hours of usages on the initial run of 1.6 - but I forgot that it was the stock kernel. After rectifying that situation I got issues galore - and all of them very very flaky issues too.

1.6 overall still runs better than 1.5 did when using the same kernel, and 1.6 runs better when running stock. I might just leave that stock kernel alone, and leave my phone at 1000 MHz - b/c at the stock kernel on the stock ROM, it is still just as fast as any ROM / kernel combination I have ever used.

2 good things come out of this - I am stressing my CPU less with a lower OC, and my battery will last longer for the same reason.

Then, there is the issue that even after completely removing Swype, I could not install it - it kept telling me it as already installed - but that could also be due to the fact that I used TiBu to restore it to test my theory that if you restore all of it including settings, then it works - once I did that I may have hosed future installs b/c of the data that was simply not being removed like it should have been...

Finally, there is the issue where installing the ROM and the theme in he same pass in recovery leaves me with a temporarily bricked phone - another theory I was testing. It starts to load the first 5-6 frames of the bootanim, then cycles back to trying to load the same 5-06 frames, repeatedly. Obviously, this ROM requires hat you install and set up the ROM first and then reboot into recovery and install the them (or, at least it does on my phone....)

Finally, a few thoughts: What could possibly be causing my phone to feel so sluggish when on a 1200 kernel that it is not doing on a 1000 kernel? I noticed that on 1200 when on interactive the phone would get hot pretty fast when browsing for simple things, so it may be the combination of those things and a few others....regardless, though, I am going to try several things different with this second install and see if manually setting everything up versus using TiBu helps me out in the long run or not.

It's 2:36 AM here right now - I might be done by 6 AM with all this lol....
Just a few thoughts on your issues... if your phone is running fast enough on the stock kernel that you did not notice you were not running at 1200 why change kernels? If you run faster your battery life will be decreased and your phone will run hotter.

Also the problems you are having with swype and a temporary boot loop seem like user error and not a problem with the rom. I have tried using titanium to restore swype and it fails for me every time. As for flashing roms and then themes without rebooting in between seems to be hit or miss with me, some roms seem to agree play fine with those installs while others will not. I personally let my system sync on the stock version of the rom before applying any themes.

As to your last question. Your experience with the 1200 kernel sounds like mine. When running it my phone also lags I also experience random crashes of apps when running at that speed, the lower speed kernels seem to work better and more stable. I blame this on the hardware limitations, when motorola made the phone they designed it to run at 550 when the phone is OCed to 1200 it is running at more than 2x what the manufacturer intended. While the CPU can obviously handle these speeds other components of the phone may not be able to at all times.

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BGill55's Incognito theme is now available for LFY 1.6: Incognito For LFY v1.6 - Droid Forum - Verizon Droid & the Motorola Droid Forum.
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anyone having music mod scrobbling problems or no vibrating notification problems?
okay I know no one cares but I reflashed the LFY 1.6 rom after reformatting everything (per install instructions) and then booted and flashed to black and bold and still had scrobbling issues so i said fugg it and flashed straight to Black and Bold 1.5 running on LFY 1.6 and the result was amazing! I got scrobbling working on my music mod and music controls on my lock screen now and i figured out why my notifications weren't working! (Volume Control app, I didn't have the little cell phone icon highlighted to vibrate next to the call and notification controls).
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not really sure where to put this question/observation, but does anyone else get a fc when trying to click on a place when using the map? I'm just now noticing it since switching to 1.6 (not sure if it has anything to do with the rom...).

More specifically, when you do a search in google maps, and click on any of the locations (A, B, C, ect.) immediatly it shuts down. Just thought i would see
I'm having the exact same problem. Same thing happens when clicking on someone in Latitude, I get an instant force close. Never had this problem before.

If anyone has a fix, let me know. Otherwise great ROM.
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For everyone having force close issues try going wiping cache from Titanium Backup. This fixed my market from force closing constantly.
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For everyone having force close issues try going wiping cache from Titanium Backup. This fixed my market from force closing constantly.
no luck for me, at least with maps...

and i keep forgetting to ask, what is the temperature notification in all the screenshots on the first first page?
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no luck for me, at least with maps...

and i keep forgetting to ask, what is the temperature notification in all the screenshots on the first first page?
That would either be the temp from beautiful widgets or temp monitor (lite?) depending on what one you are asking about.
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That would either be the temp from beautiful widgets or temp monitor (lite?) depending on what one you are asking about.
Must be the temp monitor (not lite) cuz i have the lite version and it only gives you the black or white notification color (you get to customize in the donate). It just looks different than the one i have. And i didnt know you had a temp notification from beautiful widgets?
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In the OP there is a link listing system scripts. There isn't a "setting" built in that turns off ads. But there's a "block ads" script you can run using Terminal Emulator (make sure you get the one called "Android Terminal Emulator" by Jack Palevich). Run the script and ads will no longer show up in your apps. Hope this helps!
Thanks Rodeojones for the additional input...I am not familiar with scripts nor do I know how to run them but I will search for a "How to"...thanks a bunch!
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For all who see this:

If you restore Swype using TiBu, then you may run into problems. However, just uninstalling the Swype app will give you problems - b/c Swype is an IME, and removing doesn't remove it from the system correctly, so if you use the installer to try to install it again, you'll run into an error message similar to "Swype is already installed. Please uninstall it first before continuing."

To remedy this, you only need to uninstall Swype (not the installer), then reboot the phone and finally, run the installer. I have heard of some limited success with folks just force closing the desktop, and one person said to first go into Manage Applications / use a task kill and kill the Swype service, but this method I am outlining works as long as the install is nor corrupted and cannot be removed.



No issues with the market FCing - when installing the ROM, did you wipe as suggested? Did you install the ROM and nothing else, or did you go ahead and apply themes and / or a kernel in the same cycle?

Just curious here?
I wiped everything 3 times just for good measure.

I installed LFYv1.6 properly, and then the Galaxy S theme.

Using TiBackup I restored swype (the current version)
and it works and I've never had a FC since flashing.


The market in my previous 1.5 LFY would take some time to
*load* but in 1.6 it flies. I just wanted to put that out there.
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The lack of a Red Theme for LFY has had me debating as to whether to even load it. I'll give LFY 1.6 a try and report the comparison.

On a side note, a Red theme for the LFY ROMs would be much appreciated.

Why not make it?
https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AcdxIJRSH9ypZGZzc2pxNDlfMjdnazk4OHNxZA& hl=en

-Get 7zip
-open up a LFY supported theme
-take a look at which items were themed
-insert your own *red* colors

The aforementioned link tells you where things are located.
The worst thing to happen is it boot loops.
So you make a back-up and restore the zip and
you're up and running in a few minutes....
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Well, turns out that both of us were right on 1.5. Some phones seemed to fly while other's stalled. Lots of testing went into the question of adding compcache back in to 1.6 and once slayer tweaked his kernels again...Compcache isn't necessary.

You won't get lynched...You just better like it!

I'm kidding of course! Speak the truth my friend! You're review last time led to many other people going against popular opinion and claiming lag. This discussion of "lag" is what led to Liquid/Slayer redesigning the ROM/Kernel combo. Proof again, that the ROM Reviewing System is useful...for multiple reasons! None of the testers had noticed any problems with lag during the testing period...



Nah...not doing it. I loaded the Revolution Theme and I'm loving it! Just would like to see a few more widgets themed to match and I would be 100% satisfied (but I'm picky LOL).

Well, let me put it to you this way UBRocked...
If there is lag to be found, or an issue to be uncovered.

*I* will find it through my usage!

I can break the unbreakable.
If you need a tester that has OCD and a perfection complex?
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I am fairly new to this forum and I want to learn how to install ROMs by downloading from the links posted by Liquid on the first post of this thread.

I want to learn how to (not in this order) install the ROMs, then the different Kernels, then the Themes, then the etc...
Hi there. We were all *new* at one point or another...
ROM manager is an essential tool that I use all the time.
I won't preach to you about searching because the questions you've
asked have been answered extensively but just realize the reward in
finding the information all by yourself is much sweeter...

-Download the ROM to your laptop/computer
-Connect your phone to your laptop/computer

-Mount the phone so that it appears as a drive onto your computer.
-Drag and drop *all* themes, and the ROM you wish to use onto
the *root* of your SC card.

(I made a folder called LFYv1.6 and put everything in there)
(Themes, ROM, kernels, Dock icons...ANYTHING related to LFYv1.6)


Note: Do not use SPREcovery. Use Clockwork Recovery.
Clockwork is proven to work.

Note: if for some reason (up at the top inside of ROM manager) you are
running SPREcovery, make sure you have a good 3g/Wifi connection and flash
Clockwork Recovery. It will tell you it is flashed, THEN:

Follow these instructions:
http://android.markjohnston.us/DL/LFY/RNOTES/installation.txt


*Once this is done, you can then*

-Open ROM manager and select *install from SD card*
-Navigate to a theme, and run it doing nothing else, just running it.
-Repeat directions and run your choice of kernel.

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I have looked at the link for instructions posted above the ROM and themes but where I get confused is at what point do I install the themes or install the Kernels...I hope i'm not asking to much but I just want to learn and I am trying to do this now so I can keep up with this thread post by post and contribute myself!

Thank you so much for anybody's assistance in advance!!
The only difference to the instructions posted is that
I wipe 3 times, and make sure I wipe the advanced stuff:

system, cache, data, boot...

That will do it.
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Must be the temp monitor (not lite) cuz i have the lite version and it only gives you the black or white notification color (you get to customize in the donate). It just looks different than the one i have. And i didnt know you had a temp notification from beautiful widgets?
That was a complete guess on beautiful widgets I use weather and toggle widgets donate it has a temp notification setting and I've seen people say they are about the same, the weather clock widget in the ss are beautiful widgets I do believe as weather and toggle only give you the option for a flip clock the smaller widgets are just weather
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i noted 1.5 had lag and heat issues. the lag was fixed by 1.6 however the heat issue is still present
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I really want to love this rom. Its fairly snappy and I love the galaxy s theme. But no matter what I try I can't get over the market FC issues. But imo, UD8 is just as fast if not faster and has more customization options plus the greatest battery life I've ever had. Will be eagerly awaiting Liquids next release as I always love trying out his roms.
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I really want to love this rom. Its fairly snappy and I love the galaxy s theme. But no matter what I try I can't get over the market FC issues. But imo, UD8 is just as fast if not faster and has more customization options plus the greatest battery life I've ever had. Will be eagerly awaiting Liquids next release as I always love trying out his roms.
Seems that a few people using the Galaxy S theme are having the same problems but not very many. You may want to try a different theme and see if that fixes it for you. I would appreciate the feedback if do try a new theme (did it fix the FC's?).
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Must be the temp monitor (not lite) cuz i have the lite version and it only gives you the black or white notification color (you get to customize in the donate). It just looks different than the one i have. And i didnt know you had a temp notification from beautiful widgets?
Yeah, the white notification is from Beautiful Widgets and the colored (blue in some screenshots and green in others) is Temp Monitor (full version). You can't have deg F listed in the lite version and the only color options in the lite version are white and black as you stated.
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Seems that a few people using the Galaxy S theme are having the same problems but not very many. You may want to try a different theme and see if that fixes it for you. I would appreciate the feedback if do try a new theme (did it fix the FC's?).
Ill try the revolution theme and see if that rectifies the market issue
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Seems that a few people using the Galaxy S theme are having the same problems but not very many. You may want to try a different theme and see if that fixes it for you. I would appreciate the feedback if do try a new theme (did it fix the FC's?).
Looks like my problem with maps was most likely caused by Galaxy. I nandroided back to my stock 1.6, maps worked. Installed BB theme, maps worked. Flashed my 1.1 slayher kernel, maps work.

If I have time tomorrow, maybe I'll put the Galaxy theme back on it to see if that was really the cause of my FCs. Galaxy is a beautiful theme, but I needs my maps.
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Installed 1.6 and then the incognito and now the browser FC's everytime I try to open it. Great. I guess I'll try fixing permissions and maybe a reboot, otherwise I'll have try a different theme.

Edit: well I installed the Revolution theme and browser works fine. I really liked the Incognito theme though. Wonder what was wrong. And, btw, this thing is FAST. Short benches hit 140 consistently and first quadrant was 1531!
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Guess, I'm being stupid, but how do you run the script? I've got the TE, and when I type apps2sd, I get permission denied. Running 1.6 with Watermark'd Theme.

Thanks in advance.
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Guess, I'm being stupid, but how do you run the script? I've got the TE, and when I type apps2sd, I get permission denied. Running 1.6 with Watermark'd Theme.

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Here's how I do it:
I use the hardware keyboard.
In TE, I type su and hit enter.
Then I type the name of the script (e.g. apps2sd) and hit enter.
A confirmation message appears.
That's it!
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I've figured out how to get a new LFY release to drop!

All I have to do is decide I've finalized my current setup of the latest ROM and the next time I check the forums a new dot release will be out!

I have 1.5 running like a dream right now, but the comments about improvement in 1.6 have me thinking that I'll be spending my lunch hour loading the newer update again.
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I've figured out how to get a new LFY release to drop!

All I have to do is decide I've finalized my current setup of the latest ROM and the next time I check the forums a new dot release will be out!

I have 1.5 running like a dream right now, but the comments about improvement in 1.6 have me thinking that I'll be spending my lunch hour loading the newer update again.
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Thank you so much for this update, it rocks and I love LFY in general!

I am running the 1.1k kernal /w the watermark'd theme but have one interesting issue..

when i use the home switcher app to change to launcher pro i can set up my 7 windows and when i hit the Home button it takes me back to ADW...

anyone else have this issue? i had it on LFY 1.5 and thought it was just a bug with the build but now I am thinking it's more

any thoughts?
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i just intalled this and it is freezing up on me big time. should i be deleting older zip files with the other ROMs or what?

update: i just noticed that it freezes up when the little "refreshing" icon comes up.....i'm gonna let it sit a while and see if it clears itself up....
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I can say that 1.6 is waaaaaay better for me than 1.5! I actually reverted back to 1.3 which ran awesome on my phone. The phone is snappy, doesn't get lagged down and the battery life is crazy good. I'm talking full day good. Can't believe it really. What a difference. I'm running 1.6 with the default kernel and the Revolution Theme. Well done Liquid and your team. Well done in deed!
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Just a few thoughts on your issues... if your phone is running fast enough on the stock kernel that you did not notice you were not running at 1200 why change kernels? If you run faster your battery life will be decreased and your phone will run hotter.
Umm, yeah, I know well the results of using a faster kernel - however, I also have 170+ apps installed on my phone (for a grand total of 258 when SDMove searches for apps that can be moved to the SDCard) and I have 2 spare batteries, one of which is fully charged while another is in the phone and the third is charging....

I am fully prepared for battery consumption (other than that I faced in 1.5 - 80% in 3-5 hours was a bit too much), but I need the raw power b/c at any given moment I am connected to numerous IM clients, plus reading twitter, searching the web, etc. - and let's leave out gaming altogether for now, m'kay?

My comments in the post you replied to were reflection on the changes from 1.5 and my previous experience with 1.6 - 1.5 was horrid on my phone, for a number of reasons, and this was a reflection that 1.6 was so smooth and fast that I actually forogt I was runnig stock - nothing more, nothing less.

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Also the problems you are having with swype and a temporary boot loop seem like user error and not a problem with the rom. I have tried using titanium to restore swype and it fails for me every time. As for flashing roms and then themes without rebooting in between seems to be hit or miss with me, some roms seem to agree play fine with those installs while others will not. I personally let my system sync on the stock version of the rom before applying any themes.
Incorrect. As I sated, they were tests I performed, and I reported back the results.

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As to your last question. Your experience with the 1200 kernel sounds like mine. When running it my phone also lags I also experience random crashes of apps when running at that speed, the lower speed kernels seem to work better and more stable. I blame this on the hardware limitations, when motorola made the phone they designed it to run at 550 when the phone is OCed to 1200 it is running at more than 2x what the manufacturer intended. While the CPU can obviously handle these speeds other components of the phone may not be able to at all times.

Just my 2¢
The problem with these (mine) observations, though, is that previously, I have had no issues running 1200 MHz kernels - they flew right along, and using on-demand scaling in SetCPU allowed me decent battery times as well, for times when the phone was not in heavy use - under heavy use I could get 5 hours of use, under moderate 8 hours, and having a spare battery doubles those times. So, now I am aiming at testing the interactive versus the on-demand scaling and seeing which really works better for me.

With 1.4 I got pretty much the same results as I had been getting reviously under ROMs like BB, UD, etc., but upon loading 1.5 things went south - quickly - I was getting 3-5 hours under moderate use, and I could not even begin to try to use my phone heavily at all - so many idiosyncrasies popped up that it was ridiculously painful to even try to use the phone.

You have to realize that this is not my first rodeo - I've been rooted for a while now (~7 months), and this has to be around my 30th ROM that I have tried on my phone, not to mention I have used a good number (the vast majority) of kernels out there as well. I do what I do not to necessarily mess things up, but to test and see if particular shortcuts and / or processes that have worked for me in the past will work now.

For example, in this second iteration of LFY 1.6, I let it sync all of my apps on its own, ran the Swype installer, rebooted the phone, then ran TiBu and ran the script that loads all apps and system data, moving the selection to data only, and unchecking Swype and Swype Installer.

All of my settings were restored, but more than that - all of my widgets were restored in LP and I did not have to remove missing widgets and re-add them to my home screen.

It's refining little processes like this that allow me to be more accurate in helping other folks out on best practices on how to make and use and restore application backups, as well as help folks with things like Factory Data Resets, loading ROMs, etc.

Hope this puts my previous comments in a new light.
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ok, got the bfy theme installed after i did the lfy rom and it will boot up and within 10-20 seconds it freezes and the screen eventually goes black and i can't get it back on....is anyone else having trouble with that theme? am i doing something wrong?
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Umm, yeah, I know well the results of using a faster kernel - however, I also have 170+ apps installed on my phone (for a grand total of 258 when SDMove searches for apps that can be moved to the SDCard) and I have 2 spare batteries, one of which is fully charged while another is in the phone and the third is charging....

I am fully prepared for battery consumption (other than that I faced in 1.5 - 80% in 3-5 hours was a bit too much), but I need the raw power b/c at any given moment I am connected to numerous IM clients, plus reading twitter, searching the web, etc. - and let's leave out gaming altogether for now, m'kay?

My comments in the post you replied to were reflection on the changes from 1.5 and my previous experience with 1.6 - 1.5 was horrid on my phone, for a number of reasons, and this was a reflection that 1.6 was so smooth and fast that I actually forogt I was runnig stock - nothing more, nothing less.



Incorrect. As I sated, they were tests I performed, and I reported back the results.



The problem with these (mine) observations, though, is that previously, I have had no issues running 1200 MHz kernels - they flew right along, and using on-demand scaling in SetCPU allowed me decent battery times as well, for times when the phone was not in heavy use - under heavy use I could get 5 hours of use, under moderate 8 hours, and having a spare battery doubles those times. So, now I am aiming at testing the interactive versus the on-demand scaling and seeing which really works better for me.

With 1.4 I got pretty much the same results as I had been getting reviously under ROMs like BB, UD, etc., but upon loading 1.5 things went south - quickly - I was getting 3-5 hours under moderate use, and I could not even begin to try to use my phone heavily at all - so many idiosyncrasies popped up that it was ridiculously painful to even try to use the phone.

You have to realize that this is not my first rodeo - I've been rooted for a while now (~7 months), and this has to be around my 30th ROM that I have tried on my phone, not to mention I have used a good number (the vast majority) of kernels out there as well. I do what I do not to necessarily mess things up, but to test and see if particular shortcuts and / or processes that have worked for me in the past will work now.

For example, in this second iteration of LFY 1.6, I let it sync all of my apps on its own, ran the Swype installer, rebooted the phone, then ran TiBu and ran the script that loads all apps and system data, moving the selection to data only, and unchecking Swype and Swype Installer.

All of my settings were restored, but more than that - all of my widgets were restored in LP and I did not have to remove missing widgets and re-add them to my home screen.

It's refining little processes like this that allow me to be more accurate in helping other folks out on best practices on how to make and use and restore application backups, as well as help folks with things like Factory Data Resets, loading ROMs, etc.

Hope this puts my previous comments in a new light.
I agree 1.6 is much more smooth than 1.5 for me as well. I may have misinterpreted you original post about the tests. I read it as you were blaming the rom with the issues as a result of the test when I have had problems with doing the same thing with ti backup. I understand now you are trying to speed the process of setting up a new rom with minimal errors once set up; which I appreciate, any way to speed up the process of setting up a new rom is great, given it works. I *believe* swype is tempermental to the build and find that running the installer is the easiest way to get it on my phone. However a way to get my widgets to stay on my home screen after a rom flash would be great.

I was basing my point about the 1200 kernel on my own experience. My phone likes them for a day or two then it decides that it does not, I have not been able to identify the issue as to why it changes. And because my wife has seen me put my phone thru bootloops and crashes she refuses to let me touch her droid when I am talking about anything root related.

I was not trying to flame you or call you inexperienced, interpreted your words as to problems with the rom which is apparently not what you meant.
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Looks like my problem with maps was most likely caused by Galaxy. I nandroided back to my stock 1.6, maps worked. Installed BB theme, maps worked. Flashed my 1.1 slayher kernel, maps work.

If I have time tomorrow, maybe I'll put the Galaxy theme back on it to see if that was really the cause of my FCs. Galaxy is a beautiful theme, but I needs my maps.
Same here, i swapped the theme to the black and bold and now my maps works 100%. Sounds like the galaxy theme will cause some minor issues for some users...
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ok, got the bfy theme installed after i did the lfy rom and it will boot up and within 10-20 seconds it freezes and the screen eventually goes black and i can't get it back on....is anyone else having trouble with that theme? am i doing something wrong?
Running fine for me.
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Now that I have purchased Launcher Pro Plus a new version v0.7.7.3 was just released and the icons I mentioned above are grey now after I updated LPPlus...how in the heck can I get these to be blue again?? Its driving me to the brink of.....well i'll leave it at that! Anybody have any input on this please???

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I tried going to revolution theme from galaxy s hoping it would rectify my market force close issues i mentioned in an earlier post. Reloaded stock rom from scratch with wipe, rebooted and then went back and applied theme. Unfortunately, the issue has persisted. A real bummer because I love the aesthetics of this roms themes more than any other rom.
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I've been running the 1200 kernel for a few days now and have noticed my phone is hitting around 50C to 51C I have setcpu set to drop down to 800mhz when it hits the 51C threshold which is a little odd considering I have had no problems with 1200 kernels (slayher's kernels on both) on 1.4 and 1.5 heatwise. So I am going to drop down to the 1100 kernel to see if my phone likes it better, the question I have still being a noob to all this (1.4 was my first rom) is can I flash the 1100 kernel or do I need to wipe and reload the rom?
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I Love the way the rom looks but its to complicated for me, after I got it to install the phone software was no where to be found either was my contacts. I wish i could get the look without all the work.
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I've been running the 1200 kernel for a few days now and have noticed my phone is hitting around 50C to 51C I have setcpu set to drop down to 800mhz when it hits the 51C threshold which is a little odd considering I have had no problems with 1200 kernels (slayher's kernels on both) on 1.4 and 1.5 heatwise. So I am going to drop down to the 1100 kernel to see if my phone likes it better, the question I have still being a noob to all this (1.4 was my first rom) is can I flash the 1100 kernel or do I need to wipe and reload the rom?
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Thank you so much for this update, it rocks and I love LFY in general!

I am running the 1.1k kernal /w the watermark'd theme but have one interesting issue..

when i use the home switcher app to change to launcher pro i can set up my 7 windows and when i hit the Home button it takes me back to ADW...

anyone else have this issue? i had it on LFY 1.5 and thought it was just a bug with the build but now I am thinking it's more

any thoughts?
go to setting> applications>manage>look for ADW click on it, when it shows you all the info down toward the bottom right the should be "clear defaults" button. Now when you puch home it's gonna ask you which laucher to use, select Launcher pro and check make default...
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grrrr....i need to try again, i love that blueberry look.
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Had / having some lag issues and general slowness with the Revolution theme, but this is the first ROM in a long time that doesn't have shitty Flash audio streaming (shitty meaning slow motion). When I switched from the stock kernel to Chevy's 1GHz med kernel, a lot of the lag and some of the home redraw issues went away, but they're still there. For the record, I'm using ADW but this is the first time I've had issues with redraw lag that I can recall. I also had some issues with market FCs after my initial install, but that was my fault, I think. Pretty sure I did too much at once. After I wiped x3, installed ROM, reboot, sync, intsall theme, reboot, sync, install kernel, reboot, sync, all my FC issues seem to have been resolved. Think I'll give the other themes a shot today to see if I can clear up the redraw lag.

Overall, I'd give it a 9.5 outta 10, simply because Liquid has fixed whatever causes the issue with my Flash audio =) He's done something that no other dev has managed to do, so he's gained my loyalty and a donation ASAP. On top of that, this is a rock solid ROM thats ranking right up there with Simply Stunning and Cyanogen in this nerd's opinion and I'll definately keep coming back for more. Keep up the fantastic work!
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This thing has been amazing so far.. the only little quirk that I've managed to find is when using the Voice Search app. Now, you can use this thing to do more than just search, but I get FCs specifically when I try to speak a text msg to someone. It'll recognize the command and show the dialog box with the addressee and the text, but once I hit the button to add more, it FCs.. repeatedly. Doesn't matter what the variation in actions is, it FCs every time..

Granted, it isn't an option I use too often, but just thought I'd bring it up as something to look into as you work on 1.7..
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I really like 1.6 with the Watermark'D theme.
Battery seems to be as good or better than it was with 1.5 and I am getting similar quadrant scores as well, right at 1700 running Slayher's 1200.
My flash/audio issues with 1.5 are now fixed.

The only issue I have remaining is with voice search/texting/calling etc.
The "send text to **" function works but if I click the microphone again to add more text I get a FC every time.
If I do it all at once, ie "Send text to Fred.....Hey what time are we meeting?" then click send it works.
Same goes if I open the program, click help then try to click the microphone I get a FC.

Anyone else have this issue?

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Gee, in the time it took me to type my post ne0lyfeism posted the same thing...
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