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Old January 28th, 2013, 08:28 AM   #1551 (permalink)
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I have no idea what you guys are doing wrong. When G-Talk is installed correctly it WILL work. I used mine for months.

EDIT; Why not just start with a fresh flash of CTMod. That should fix it. Make sure you do a factory reset before doing anything.
Factory reset... mmm.. no thanks, I can live without gtalk for a while

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I've only ever used OEM batteries for my devices since I've never had any problems with them. theres probably other good brands but I just haven't tried them. heres what my phone has: Original LG Standard Battery BL-44JN amazon or someplace might have it too.

btw, thanks for the donation bro, I appreciate it.
Of course. you've more than earned it!

I took a look at the battery stats. After a full charge, I have been on battery for 1hr and 36 minutes. I am left with 75% charge. cell signal used 50%, phone idle used 47% and display used 5%.

Is this helpful? do you think i have a bad battery or is there a setting i should change. i did not have BT, WIFI or GPS on during this period.

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Of course. you've more than earned it!

I took a look at the battery stats. After a full charge, I have been on battery for 1hr and 36 minutes. I am left with 75% charge. cell signal used 50%, phone idle used 47% and display used 5%.

Is this helpful? do you think i have a bad battery or is there a setting i should change. i did not have BT, WIFI or GPS on during this period.

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how many bars is your signal usually? 50% seems like a lot for cell standby to be using unless your signal isn't very good where your at. when cell service isn't that strong it drains the battery a lot quicker. phone idle also seems high for some reason like some app is always running when the screen is off.

either way tho a new battery probably wouldn't hurt.
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how many bars is your signal usually? 50% seems like a lot for cell standby to be using unless your signal isn't very good where your at. when cell service isn't that strong it drains the battery a lot quicker. phone idle also seems high for some reason like some app is always running when the screen is off.

either way tho a new battery probably wouldn't hurt.
I restarted the phone and looked at running services/apps

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maps (WHY????)
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I restarted the phone and looked at running services/apps

settings
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maps (WHY????)
adw launcher
android weather (app i installed)
just pictures (app i installed because i didn't find gallery on the rom)
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at the bottom of running press on the right where it says free, whats it say then?
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at the bottom of running press on the right where it says free, whats it say then?
changed a few times when i looked, but around 225MB (so more than half).
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changed a few times when i looked, but around 225MB (so more than half).
I press on it down there, the list of apps will change and show other ones that are running.
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I press on it down there, the list of apps will change and show other ones that are running.
sorry.

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I did not start any of these apps since the restart.
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sorry.

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I did not start any of these apps since the restart.
nothing looks strange to me so I think its either the service strength in your area, the battery itself or both causing the drain.
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nothing looks strange to me so I think its either the service strength in your area, the battery itself or both causing the drain.
Thanks again. I have 5 bars, so I'll buy the OEM battery you suggested and report back.
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Thanks again. I have 5 bars, so I'll buy the OEM battery you suggested and report back.
after you get it and put it in the phone I would leave the phone off and charge it to 100% before turning it on and don't charge it again till its down to like 5-10% then charge it back to 100%, after that you can start charging how/whenever you want to again. I do this with all my new phones after I get them.
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nah. only thing it will do is tell you the wrong info in about phone and it won't have some of my tweaks.
*update* MB build.prop caused a boot loop and when I tried combining them together it still didn't work so I guess I'm screwed then :/
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nothing looks strange to me so I think its either the service strength in your area, the battery itself or both causing the drain.
He'll probaly want to do a prl change and that might give better battery life thats what I had to do to get more life I live a little out of the way far from towers change prl now at least I get a little better battry life.
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The phone doesn't respond to pings when connected to wifi. Any way to enable it to do so?
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The phone doesn't respond to pings when connected to wifi. Any way to enable it to do so?
no idea what your talking about bro
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no idea what your talking about bro
The phone gets a local IP on my LAN, say 192.168.1.100 and connections from the phone work fine, but from a Windows machine on the same LAN "ping 192.168.1.100" gets no reply from the phone. Other Android phones running various ROMs on the same LAN respond to pings.
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The phone gets a local IP on my LAN, say 192.168.1.100 and connections from the phone work fine, but from a Windows machine on the same LAN "ping 192.168.1.100" gets no reply from the phone. Other Android phones running various ROMs on the same LAN respond to pings.
does it work with marky beats or stock?
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does it work with marky beats or stock?
Don't know, this is the only ROM I ever ran from day 1 It's not a huge deal, not worth trying other ROMs on it, I thought that there might be an easy fix, firewall/iptables setting, etc.
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Been running this mod for a week. Great mod, thanks for the clear instructions and your efforts Bloodawn. I came back today to download the tallk.apk in your removed application zip. Again thanks for the .apk's and your instructions for the removed apps as well.
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Why don't you try flashing the ROM again along with the bluetooth zip fix I posted. See if your bluetooth will work then. Don't add any apps before trying it out. Also, don't remove anything either, especially the music apk.

Also, before flashing, do a factory reset then flash the CTMOD zip, go to ADVANCED and select REBOOT RECOVERY, then flash the bluetooth fix zip, then reboot.

I have a feeling your bluetooth is gonna work just fine if you follow the steps I've just given.
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He'll probaly want to do a prl change and that might give better battery life thats what I had to do to get more life I live a little out of the way far from towers change prl now at least I get a little better battry life.
How do I prl change
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Look here: [GUIDE] Update Marquee PRL with PC
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Click the link in this post. The hidden menu part can be skipped with the Marquee . You will also need a stock based ROM like Market Beats.

http://androidforums.com/marquee-all-things-root/677348-phone-did-prl-update-now-no-service.html#post5442087
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I downloaded this MOD and at first it worked really well. I love the look and the way it's set up. I was amazed at how fast it was. It has begun to freeze up very frequently for me however.
Can anybody suggest a way I can fix this issue.
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I downloaded this MOD and at first it worked really well. I love the look and the way it's set up. I was amazed at how fast it was. It has begun to freeze up very frequently for me however.
Can anybody suggest a way I can fix this issue.
its a kernel bug I've been working on fixing. for now you can either keep your phone the way it is and just do a reboot once a day, or you can flash the beta 2 kernel here: H4Beta2.zip
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its a kernel bug I've been working on fixing. for now you can either keep your phone the way it is and just do a reboot once a day, or you can flash the beta 2 kernel here: H4Beta2.zip
Anyone else using ctMod 3.75 H4Beta2 and how long???

how is it behaving??
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its a kernel bug I've been working on fixing. for now you can either keep your phone the way it is and just do a reboot once a day, or you can flash the beta 2 kernel here: H4Beta2.zip
Ah you're working on a fix ... Thanks man!
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Downloading now. Will report back.

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Flashed beta 2 kernel. Been about 4 hours. My crashes have decreased. Will report back.



Blood: does this kernel have VPN (TUN/TAP support)? I can't seem to connect my Marquee to my VPN, but other devices connect fine.
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Hey guys, had anyone tried LMT launcher on CT? it's a really cool app called PIE, but it doesn't work completely on mine, but it should. if anyone is interested and tell me how it goes:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1330150
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Flashed beta 2 kernel. Been about 4 hours. My crashes have decreased. Will report back.



Blood: does this kernel have VPN (TUN/TAP support)? I can't seem to connect my Marquee to my VPN, but other devices connect fine.
I might of removed the vpn app from the rom. Look in the removedapps.zip and see if its there.
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Yep. There it be. Unfortunately, after reinstalling and restarting -- VPN still not connecting. I'll play around.

BTW -- the beta kernel is still going strong -- no crashes so far.
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Hey all,

First to Bloodawn, thanks very much for the time and effort in creating this ROM.

I've been experiencing some MAJOR lag issues since rooting my LG Marquee, and I'm not sure exactly what is bogging it down. After restarting the phone, I usually can get a good 15-30 minutes of functionality before crushing lag starts to set in.

The lag is manifesting itself across the phone's entire functionality-- most notably in the camera, google maps, even unlocking the screen sometimes locks up the phone for 5-10 seconds. I have had to force close google maps on many occasions, and even full system lockups where my only option was to take out the battery.

Here's some info:

Build number CTMod 3.75 Final
Kernel version 2.6.35.14-HYPER-GB.v3 BD@SS #12
SW Version LS855ZVC
Baseband version LS855ZV9-M6600A-SCAUTSZ-3.0.40T

Downloaded software:
Boat Browser + License key
Disk Usage
Goggles
Google Play Services (*thanks again, Bloodawn, for your post in this link which helped me fix the problem preventing installation)
Google Play Store
Google Sky Map
GPS Status + Pro
Huffington Post
Juice Defender + Ultimate
K-9 Mail
Link2SD
Maps
NeonGeo
Netflix
QuickPic
ROM Manager
Root Explorer
Skype
Street View
SuperSU
SVOX Classic TTS
SVOX Oliver UK English
Swype Beta 1.4
Swype Beta Installer
Tethering
Titanium Backup + PRO
Translate
TuneIn Radio
Voice Search
Youtube

Although this is my second rooted phone (first was LG Optimus S) I'm really only an enthusiastic amateur, but I'm interested to delve a little deeper if you'd be willing to teach me.

Any suggestions as to why the crushing lags?

Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.
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Hey all,

First to Bloodawn, thanks very much for the time and effort in creating this ROM.

I've been experiencing some MAJOR lag issues since rooting my LG Marquee, and I'm not sure exactly what is bogging it down. After restarting the phone, I usually can get a good 15-30 minutes of functionality before crushing lag starts to set in.

The lag is manifesting itself across the phone's entire functionality-- most notably in the camera, google maps, even unlocking the screen sometimes locks up the phone for 5-10 seconds. I have had to force close google maps on many occasions, and even full system lockups where my only option was to take out the battery.

Here's some info:

Build number CTMod 3.75 Final
Kernel version 2.6.35.14-HYPER-GB.v3 BD@SS #12
SW Version LS855ZVC
Baseband version LS855ZV9-M6600A-SCAUTSZ-3.0.40T

Downloaded software:
Boat Browser + License key
Disk Usage
Goggles
Google Play Services (*thanks again, Bloodawn, for your post in this link which helped me fix the problem preventing installation)
Google Play Store
Google Sky Map
GPS Status + Pro
Huffington Post
Juice Defender + Ultimate
K-9 Mail
Link2SD
Maps
NeonGeo
Netflix
QuickPic
ROM Manager
Root Explorer
Skype
Street View
SuperSU
SVOX Classic TTS
SVOX Oliver UK English
Swype Beta 1.4
Swype Beta Installer
Tethering
Titanium Backup + PRO
Translate
TuneIn Radio
Voice Search
Youtube

Although this is my second rooted phone (first was LG Optimus S) I'm really only an enthusiastic amateur, but I'm interested to delve a little deeper if you'd be willing to teach me.

Any suggestions as to why the crushing lags?

Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.
I'd just reflash the rom and install all your apps through the play store, don't restore anything since thats how problems get started 90% of the time.

but if you don't want to do that, try booting into CWM, wipe cache then go to advanced and wipe dalvik cache.

also, I wouldn't use link2sd or anything like it. this phone has 2 gigs of storage and moving anything to the sdcard makes whatever you moved run slower.
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Hey all,

First to Bloodawn, thanks very much for the time and effort in creating this ROM.

I've been experiencing some MAJOR lag issues since rooting my LG Marquee, and I'm not sure exactly what is bogging it down. After restarting the phone, I usually can get a good 15-30 minutes of functionality before crushing lag starts to set in.

The lag is manifesting itself across the phone's entire functionality-- most notably in the camera, google maps, even unlocking the screen sometimes locks up the phone for 5-10 seconds. I have had to force close google maps on many occasions, and even full system lockups where my only option was to take out the battery.

Here's some info:

Build number CTMod 3.75 Final
Kernel version 2.6.35.14-HYPER-GB.v3 BD@SS #12
SW Version LS855ZVC
Baseband version LS855ZV9-M6600A-SCAUTSZ-3.0.40T

Downloaded software:
Boat Browser + License key
Disk Usage
Goggles
Google Play Services (*thanks again, Bloodawn, for your post in this link which helped me fix the problem preventing installation)
Google Play Store
Google Sky Map
GPS Status + Pro
Huffington Post
Juice Defender + Ultimate
K-9 Mail
Link2SD
Maps
NeonGeo
Netflix
QuickPic
ROM Manager
Root Explorer
Skype
Street View
SuperSU
SVOX Classic TTS
SVOX Oliver UK English
Swype Beta 1.4
Swype Beta Installer
Tethering
Titanium Backup + PRO
Translate
TuneIn Radio
Voice Search
Youtube

Although this is my second rooted phone (first was LG Optimus S) I'm really only an enthusiastic amateur, but I'm interested to delve a little deeper if you'd be willing to teach me.

Any suggestions as to why the crushing lags?

Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.
I was having the same issues. I just reinstalled the ROM with the new Beta Kernel then reinstalled all my apps. Much faster again and not crashing all the time.
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OK, so thinking that a cache wipe would be an easy first step solution, that's what I did.

Booted into recovery through the Clockwork ROM Manager.

Wiped the cache, and in advanced wiped Dalvik cache.

CWM prompts confirmed that both were wiped.

However, I got a strange message under "Dalvik cache wiped" that says "back menu button disabled". So I attempt to reboot the phone, using volume up/down keys to scroll to "reboot system now" and press the magnifying glass button to confirm. What happens is that the top part of the screen, "CWM-based Recovery v5.0.2.8" on down to the "power off" menu item, blinks for half a second. That's it. (The system command responses appearing in the bottom half of the screen, like "formatting /cache", "Dalvik Cache wiped", etc., remain unaffected and do not blink. The same "blink" happens when I use the back arrow button.

When I press the power button, the home button, or the menu button, the entire CWM menu (both top and bottom) disappear, and the "unboxing android" icon- which is usually ghosted in the background- brightens to full opacity and just sits there. Pressing the power, home or menu buttons bring the menu screen back. All other buttons do nothing. Long power button press does not appear to do anything either.

What's happened here? I'm too scared to remove the battery for fear of bricking the phone.

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EDIT: alright, answering my own question. Cycling through the menu a few times just re-enabled the back button, fixing the problem. Oy.
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One more newbie question.

Is CTMod somehow tied to Clockwork Mod, or would it work with the TWRP recovery?

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Is CTMod somehow tied to Clockwork Mod, or would it work with the TWRP recovery?

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no, rom's don't have anything to do with recoveries.

and the marquee doesn't have a TWRP port or release that I know of, we just have CWM and CWM Touch.
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no, rom's don't have anything to do with recoveries.

and the marquee doesn't have a TWRP port or release that I know of, we just have CWM and CWM Touch.
OK, got it. Thanks again for the info. Phone seems to be operating with less glitches after the caches have been wiped. When I've had more time to play with it, I'll update here.
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OK, here's the latest update.

The cache wiping had a limited benefit. The phone began lagging- not quite as bad as before, but significantly nonetheless.

I decided to take Bloodawn's advice and reinstall the rom.

After mistakenly trying to flash the Boost Mobile rom(!).... (thank you for dummyproofing the rom and preventing it from installing, Bloodawn....) I downloaded and reinstalled the correct final sprint rom.

So, as for the bumps in the road-- once again, in order for Youtube to run I had to download your modified Google Play Services file. Once installed, Youtube will run and play videos, but it still will not allow me access to my account. Not a major issue, but one that I'm still looking for resolution to.

As for Google Maps, I also received three error messages when attempting to log in to my google maps account. This was cleared up easily by tapping each of the three error messages that appeared and granting them access.

As far as the rest, so far so good.

Any advice on the Youtube login issue?
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OK, here's the latest update.

The cache wiping had a limited benefit. The phone began lagging- not quite as bad as before, but significantly nonetheless.

I decided to take Bloodawn's advice and reinstall the rom.

After mistakenly trying to flash the Boost Mobile rom(!).... (thank you for dummyproofing the rom and preventing it from installing, Bloodawn....) I downloaded and reinstalled the correct final sprint rom.

So, as for the bumps in the road-- once again, in order for Youtube to run I had to download your modified Google Play Services file. Once installed, Youtube will run and play videos, but it still will not allow me access to my account. Not a major issue, but one that I'm still looking for resolution to.

As for Google Maps, I also received three error messages when attempting to log in to my google maps account. This was cleared up easily by tapping each of the three error messages that appeared and granting them access.

As far as the rest, so far so good.

Any advice on the Youtube login issue?
theres a way to get youtube fully working but it would require another factory wipe, which I'm sure you don't want to do again lol.

once I get version 4 of the kernel done I'll update the rom one last time to fix the gapps problem, include the new kernel and update apps to their newest versions.
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I'm hoping the new ROM version won't require a full wipe, but instead a "dirty flash" would be OK. While I look forward to a fix, I don't look forward to redoing my phone again Or maybe we can just flash the new kernel if there are no other significant changes in the ROM?
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theres a way to get youtube fully working but it would require another factory wipe, which I'm sure you don't want to do again lol.

once I get version 4 of the kernel done I'll update the rom one last time to fix the gapps problem, include the new kernel and update apps to their newest versions.
OK, since these are known (minor) issues, I can certainly live with it until the release of the new ROM. Phone is operating much better with the ROM re-flash. Thanks again for all of your work in helping all of us Marquee rooters... with this phone, I'm delaying having to pay Sprint's $10 "premium data" fee for at least another 2 years
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I'm hoping the new ROM version won't require a full wipe, but instead a "dirty flash" would be OK. While I look forward to a fix, I don't look forward to redoing my phone again Or maybe we can just flash the new kernel if there are no other significant changes in the ROM?
unfortunately fixing gapps in the rom so play services and youtube fully work would require a full wipe. but if your not worried about those you could just skip the new rom and flash the kernel when its done, then you won't have to redo everything.
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Last check in since flashing beta kernel. All good -- no crashes or major lags. Thanks Blood.
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There's isn't any problems with battery life. My marquee would get around 2 or 3 days off a charge with the stock battery and with heavy use I'd still get over 24 hours.

If you do have it drain quick it's either your app/settings setup or your battery is messed up.
I've been thru 2 phones and 2 new OEM batteries and still have the battery drain. I installed CPU spy and found that the phone isn't going to deep sleep.

Can anyone share how I determine what app or setting may be blocking deep sleep? Thanks in advance
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Or BetterBatteryStats:
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Go to /system/etc/init.d and open S07HYPER, follow the instructions in the file to enabled zram.
Newbie question: how do I get to /system/etc/init.d?
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Newbie question: how do I get to /system/etc/init.d?

Use a file explorer and follow the file path. Go to system and tap on it, then go to etc, tap on it and then go to init.d and tap on it. Then look for the file you seek.
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Haha, thanks, I guess I wasn't specific enough! Should I go through USB w/ debugging mode enabled somehow, or can I use file explorer on the phone itself? I tried accessing that directory using file explorer, but it shows as "empty."
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