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Old August 10th, 2012, 08:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Announcing Quattrimus: ICS for the LG "sniper" family (Marquee, Ignite, etc.)

This is an alpha ROM. This means:

1. Some things do not work. See below for more.

2. If you flash this, you are expected to know how to use ADB and provide debugging information (logcat, dmesg, etc.)


What works?

Phone, SMS, Sound, WiFi, Bluetooth.
Front camera (mostly).
MMS on Sprint is reported to work, but not on Boost yet.

What does not work?

Vibrator, Cameras, GPS.
Back camera.
Some people are reporting excessive battery drain.

Credits

Craptorman, Bloodawn, asadullah, and others for helping me out with bringup.

FreeOptimusProject for their p970 code.
teamhacksung for their GalaxySL code.

Many, many others.

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Current Version: alpha3
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This is a "multi ROM". It will automatically detect your phone model and install the appropriate files.

Supported models:
* LS855 (Sprint)
* LG855 (Boost)
* AS855 (Ignite / other)
* VM855 (Virgin Mobile)

If you are using a mismatched baseband and carrier (eg. Boost firmware on Sprint), you will need to override the automatic detection. To do this, place a file on the phone named /sdcard/.install.prop with the single line "install.model=xx855", where xx855 is your desired model name.

Code:
adb shell
echo "install.model=LS855" > /sdcard/.install.prop
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Absolutely love this Rom and really appreciate everyone's hard work to make this a reality.
I can live with the broken parts for now.
What I can't live with is the battery drain. I've wiped and installed twice and both times I am getting between 20 & 30% per hour drain. Hopefully once they get the CPU throttling under control, this will drop to a livable level.
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Absolutely love this Rom and really appreciate everyone's hard work to make this a reality.
I can live with the broken parts for now.
What I can't live with is the battery drain. I've wiped and installed twice and both times I am getting between 20 & 30% per hour drain. Hopefully once they get the CPU throttling under control, this will drop to a livable level.

Same here
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Absolutely love this Rom and really appreciate everyone's hard work to make this a reality.
I can live with the broken parts for now.
What I can't live with is the battery drain. I've wiped and installed twice and both times I am getting between 20 & 30% per hour drain. Hopefully once they get the CPU throttling under control, this will drop to a livable level.
I personally think the battery is much better. Try changing the governor. Personally I think ondemand is a sh!t governor. It is inconsistent, doesn't scale properly and because of this milks the battery along with poor performance. I personally use Interactive as it provides the best combo of performance and battery life.

Another tip is the automatic brightness doesn't work in this ROM. At least as far as I've tested. It starts out full on! And the NOVA display itself is notorious for crushing a damn battery regardless of the software on the phone. I have my brightness turned down to about 1/5th or 1/6th of the meter and it works and displays just about the same as the "optimized" setting in auto brightness.

Another thing, if you're like me you flashed the ROM and played with the phone like a crackhead.

When I first flashed I played with the damn phone for hours, ending up crouched indian style next to the charger still playing.....It's sorta tough to gauge battery life with the screen on(full brightness) constantly with you playing

Hope this helps
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Absolutely love this Rom and really appreciate everyone's hard work to make this a reality.
I can live with the broken parts for now.
What I can't live with is the battery drain. I've wiped and installed twice and both times I am getting between 20 & 30% per hour drain. Hopefully once they get the CPU throttling under control, this will drop to a livable level.
Is your phone going into Deep Sleep when idle? Use BetterBattery Stats to figure out if something is holding a wakelock. GPS was on mine, and disabling GPS satellites in Location services helped a lot.
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@tdm - mms doesn't work on the AS855. Message came up right away that mms has stopped. Appear cm9 doesn't like that there is no user agent etc. If I use the sprint mms.apk it works fine. Also works with the mms.apk file I made for my specific little carrier. Maybe it just needs something there whether its valid or not. Strange.

Also I found a few minor things in he build.prop but I'll have to get back to you on that, at work and its a busy day.

All else looks good. Installer picked model like it should.

Thanks again for your work on this project!
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What I can't live with is the battery drain. I've wiped and installed twice and both times I am getting between 20 & 30% per hour drain. Hopefully once they get the CPU throttling under control, this will drop to a livable level.
Another user (SJC11221) noticed the non-functional GPS may be causing a wakelock issue resulting in battery drain.

You can try to tweak the /etc/gps.conf file and turn off GPS per his post in the old thread.
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i also noticed today in my adventures with ics, that when i place a call, the phone force closes when i hit send. back to the dial pad or contact list, but it does place the call..

kinda strange to me, but does anyone else experiences this, or have ideas what it could be from..

update: after reflashing alpha build and placing a call. i didn't experience above, using the same zip and gapps

@Realizm Another thing, if you're like me you flashed the ROM and played with the phone like a crackhead.


if i only had the time lol
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I personally think the battery is much better. Try changing the governor. Personally I think ondemand is a sh!t governor. It is inconsistent, doesn't scale properly and because of this milks the battery along with poor performance. I personally use Interactive as it provides the best combo of performance and battery life.

Another tip is the automatic brightness doesn't work in this ROM. At least as far as I've tested. It starts out full on! And the NOVA display itself is notorious for crushing a damn battery regardless of the software on the phone. I have my brightness turned down to about 1/5th or 1/6th of the meter and it works and displays just about the same as the "optimized" setting in auto brightness.

Another thing, if you're like me you flashed the ROM and played with the phone like a crackhead.

When I first flashed I played with the damn phone for hours, ending up crouched indian style next to the charger still playing.....It's sorta tough to gauge battery life with the screen on(full brightness) constantly with you playing

Hope this helps
Thanks for the input. I had already changed the govenor in SetCPU to ondemandX and min/max to 300 - 800. I also used "SIO" for the scheduler. The "Time in State" monitor was showing 99.7% of the time the CPU was at max.
I had also discovered that auto brightness didn't work so I kept brightness set to around 25-30% when possible.
On the first install, I was guilty of constantly playing and fiddling with the settings, etc. On the second install, it was a normal business day and I really didn't play with the phone very much.
I'm going to try jojocat's suggestion with the GPS because I hadn't made any tweaks to it. Hopefully this will help. I'll post my findings

**UPDATE - Post one hour after GPS mods**

SetCPU - Time in State
300 44.48%
600 5.13
800 5.04
1000 45.03

Definitely an improvement.

Will post battery consumption as soon as I get charged back to 100% and perform a calibration.

Okay, cal'd the battery, restarted, unplugged, checked SetCPU to make sure all in place and left it alone. After 40 minutes, already down to 92%. Checked Time in State and got the following.

SetCPU - Time in State
300 23.07%
600 2.84%
800 0.17%
1000 73.92%

Not looking good now.

It looks like my phone is not going into deep sleep once it comes off the charger. Any thoughts? Disregard and see below.

************************************************** ***********************************************

Updated to the last alpha with the 2.2 kernel and performance is GREAT!!!!!!!!!

Battery life is around 5% per hour with all my normal junk running.
With data off (I really don't need that crap anyway) battery life drops to 2%.

Both of these values are taken from "SetCpu", this was over several days in each configuration and the phone was actually used during this time.

Settings are: frequency range 220 - 1000, governor SmartassV2, I/O sio
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using the stock performance tab in settings, with gov set to interactive my phone just peaked all the time. 1300max and 1000 min was the oddest. other gov settings lowered the min, but always stayed pinned at max.

still massive battery drain at these kinda setting, but man the phone is sharp as a whip!!

i wish i knew how to post a pic of my settings here :/

tweaking again with the max set to 900 min to 300 gov on performance. the phone stated cpu was pinned at 300 mhz until it rebooted itself. the phone never reloaded so i did a battery pull. now im back to 1000 mhz
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using the stock performance tab in settings, with gov set to interactive my phone just peaked all the time. 1300max and 1000 min was the oddest. other gov settings lowered the min, but always stayed pinned at max.

still massive battery drain at these kinda setting, but man the phone is sharp as a whip!!

i wish i knew how to post a pic of my settings here :/
Ultimately it's an issue with the kernel and/or the cm9 cpu settings. So none of the govs or cpu settings will work as intended but in my experience it hasn't effected battery life in a negative way at all. I'm sure one of the awesome devs will fix it up soon
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Anyone have a problem with Voice Search? It says I have it installed but it's greyed out on my keyboard and won't seem to function anywhere else...Any ideas?
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Ultimately it's an issue with the kernel and/or the cm9 cpu settings. So none of the govs or cpu settings will work as intended but in my experience it hasn't effected battery life in a negative way at all. I'm sure one of the awesome devs will fix it up soon
yea i figured that to. either kernel or rom... but maybe it was me playing and rebooting to see results, is what drained the battery...
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Anyone have a problem with Voice Search? It says I have it installed but it's greyed out on my keyboard and won't seem to function anywhere else...Any ideas?
works great for me both google search and text to speech
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works great for me both google search and text to speech
I just reflashed gapps, fixed permissions, then reboot, now I'm golden
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I just reflashed gapps, fixed permissions, then reboot, now I'm golden
nice!! should bump this as a fix. check bluetooth if you could. that works for me also..
except "voice dial" when i press the button on the ear piece..
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Posted an update to my battery drain issues in post#10.
Hopefully you smart guys can figure out what's going on.
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nice!! should bump this as a fix. check bluetooth if you could. that works for me also..
except "voice dial" when i press the button on the ear piece..
LOL. That's one thing I NEVER use. 3 Androids and I never used BT on any of them. So I'm gonna take your word that it works
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LOL. That's one thing I NEVER use. 3 Androids and I never used BT on any of them. So I'm gonna take your word that it works
lol i really dont either, but just to confirm it works. i dug one up from a draw.
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When I first flashed I played with the damn phone for hours, ending up crouched indian style next to the charger still playing.....It's sorta tough to gauge battery life with the screen on(full brightness) constantly with you playing

Hope this helps
Lol. Yeah. That was totally me too.
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I noticed two little bugs.

If you set wifi to disable when the phone goes to sleep, sometime when it wakes up it wont reconnect to wifi, you get a msg under wifi settings stating. "Not in range" You have to disable wifi and re enable wifi in order to get it turned back on. This doesn't happen all the time, pretty random.

2nd
If you receive an email (gmail) when the phone is in sleep, the illuminated keys don't light up like they do with txt msg. When you wake up the phone the keys are illuminated at the lock screen but when you unlock the phone the lights on those 4 keys on the bottom don't light up after unlocking. You have to put the phone to sleep and wake it up again to get the keys to light up.

Pretty minor flaws....
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ive noticed it doesnt stay off when its charging and you turn it off it just reboots then i lose like half my battery life from when i turned it off
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Turning on wifi hotspot causes reboot into boot loop. Pulling battery fixed it. Just thought I'd share.

After setting it (wifi turned on) it says "Turning on wifi". This locks wifi as it turns it off and you cannot turn it on manually anymore. Hotspot still says turning on wifi. After about 3 minutes it did the reboot to bootloop.

Battery does seem to drain faster, but I'm not complaining. lol

Can't wait to get cameras , GPS, and vibrate working!

Thanks for your hard work!
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Check the other thread for an updated kernel by Bloodawn if you haven't already - CPU scaling is working - battery life is much improved. I'm at 85% after 11 hours (overnight + this morning). Running 300/1200 OndemandX, using the built-in CM9 utility, with wifi/bluetooth/GPS disabled
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I noticed two little bugs.

If you set wifi to disable when the phone goes to sleep, sometime when it wakes up it wont reconnect to wifi, you get a msg under wifi settings stating. "Not in range" You have to disable wifi and re enable wifi in order to get it turned back on. This doesn't happen all the time, pretty random.

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If you receive an email (gmail) when the phone is in sleep, the illuminated keys don't light up like they do with txt msg. When you wake up the phone the keys are illuminated at the lock screen but when you unlock the phone the lights on those 4 keys on the bottom don't light up after unlocking. You have to put the phone to sleep and wake it up again to get the keys to light up.

Pretty minor flaws....
I am not experiencing the wifi issue you have. Mine reconnected each time after coming out of sleep mode. I am using BloodDawn's new kernal. I don't know if this impacted the wifi in any way but you may want to upgrade just in case.

How do you get your keys to light when you get a text. I would LOVE to have that feature active.
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nothing major, noticed about a week ago but screen wont stay awake on charge even though its turned on in settings. Also had headphone issues when listening to music once screen turns off.
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I am not experiencing the wifi issue you have. Mine reconnected each time after coming out of sleep mode. I am using BloodDawn's new kernal. I don't know if this impacted the wifi in any way but you may want to upgrade just in case.

How do you get your keys to light when you get a text. I would LOVE to have that feature active.
I'll try the new kernel and see if that fixes it.

As for the key notification, Alpha1b did it by itself. If the phone is in sleep mode and you get a txt the 4 keys should flash.

I was reading in another thread about LED control and saw this
https://github.com/Bloodawn/HYPER_LGE_ICS/blob/master/kernel/drivers/leds/leds-bd2802.c
line 1018 and 1218 references 'message' so maybe that's what does it? I'm not a programmer....
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I am not experiencing the wifi issue you have. Mine reconnected each time after coming out of sleep mode. I am using BloodDawn's new kernal. I don't know if this impacted the wifi in any way but you may want to upgrade just in case.
The default for wifi is always on. I set mine to turn off when in sleep. This is when it doesn't always reconnect. From looking around the web it seems to be known that it happens with ICS.
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I have noticed on my device there is no gapps and certain apps do not function and just shutdown following initiation. Is there anything I can do about this issue
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I have noticed on my device there is no gapps and certain apps do not function and just shutdown following initiation. Is there anything I can do about this issue
See this post for gapps
http://androidforums.com/marquee-all-things-root/532408-ics-cm9-development-thread-6.html#post4764312

Which apps?
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when i installed it on my Lg marguee for boost for some reason i get a message like "andrid.com provison" what am i doing wrong?
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when i installed it on my Lg marguee for boost for some reason i get a message like "andrid.com provison" what am i doing wrong?
You're not holding it right, that is what you're doing wrong. Here let me help you :

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when i installed it on my Lg marguee for boost for some reason i get a message like "andrid.com provison" what am i doing wrong?
Did you flash gapps?
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Did you flash gapps?
Which GAPPS should we be installing? I used the RSkyline.zip Monster posted and it seems to be working fine. But is there another one we should be using?

Finally took the plunge today and I want to thank you tdm for doing an excellent job.
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Which GAPPS should we be installing? I used the RSkyline.zip Monster posted and it seems to be working fine. But is there another one we should be using?

Finally took the plunge today and I want to thank you tdm for doing an excellent job.
Use gapps ics 20120429 from goo.im.
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Use gapps ics 20120429 from goo.im.
its the same as the one i posted its just renamed. so if hes got it, hes already got it.
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its the same as the one i posted its just renamed. so if hes got it, hes already got it.
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Use gapps ics 20120429 from goo.im.

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do i need to download all 4 files and the kernal ? getquattrimus.com [Hosting by Chris Talkington, TalkingtonTech]
www.androidrepo.net [Hosting by Jeremy Countryman, HardCore FX Web Design]
vmroms.com [Hosting by LeslieAnn]
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do i need to download all 4 files and the kernal ? getquattrimus.com [Hosting by Chris Talkington, TalkingtonTech]
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I believe those are just 4 different hosts for the same file, the kernel separate though.
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I believe those are just 4 different hosts for the same file, the kernel separate though.
i may wait until the rom is in BETA i'm not a developer but thanks to everyone that made this possible for the Marquee
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3g works right?
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It should.

I had some issues with routing, but I think that should be fixed.
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ok good cuz i didnt pay my bill yet and i didnt want to go back to ct mod just for data and lose all the ics goodness :P
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no i didnt flash gaps i didnt know i had to thank you for letting me know i had to so do i download gapps ics 20120429 put it on my sdcard and flash it after i install the ics rom?
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no i didnt flash gaps i didnt know i had to thank you for letting me know i had to so do i download gapps ics 20120429 put it on my sdcard and flash it after i install the ics rom?
Yes, exactly.
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I have noticed that auto-brightness won't work and the screen randomly dims itself.
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So is this ROM still in Alpha stage??? Seeing a couple of threads on ICS for the Marquee so just trying to confirm at what stage the ROM is at...
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So is this ROM still in Alpha stage??? Seeing a couple of threads on ICS for the Marquee so just trying to confirm at what stage the ROM is at...
It is still in alpha, although some of the things in the OP have been fixed by bloodawns kernel such as vibration, and cpu settings not sticking. tdm will be implementing these in his next release i believe.
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