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Old July 25th, 2011, 06:08 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Just downloaded the new build. Got to wait for the battery to come up a little. Hey JerryScript, I found the hint you were referring to,and checked as per instructions. Only found Talkback,no eggs. Remember though....(I'm not just a member,I'm a "Nuub")

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First of all, I'd like to say that the ROM is great. It's been very stable and I haven't come across anything that hasn't worked properly. That being said, I just ran my phone off the charger for a little while and the battery is getting murdered by something. I'm running both Advanced Task Kill and Juice Defender Premium and it's not helping. On the stock rom, I could take my phone to work and plug it into a usb port on my work machine and it would charge without issue. Today, I plugged my phone in and it almost seemed to discharge faster than when it was not charging. The phone says it's charging, but it's either not actually charging or it's all of a sudden pulling more power to charge than it did before. I put the phone into airplane mode and turned off all the sync stuff and still it was discharging at the rate of about 10% an hour. Once I got home, I installed Watchdog Lite, but it's yet to report anything.

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I don't have any applications installed (minus the stuff that comes with the rom such as Superuser, Spare Parts, etc) that I didn't have installed prior to flashing this ROM. I did see that there was an update to the ROM made today regarding charging, but my understanding is that's related to being able to charge without having the phone turn on. I'm going to try the updated ROM but wanted to post my issues first in case anyone was having similar problems or knew what was going on.

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Trust me that ain't normal. I'm running the latest build and everything's great as far as the battery life. You could try going back into recovery and wipe everything and format boot,system,data,and cache. Then reinstall. Where you coming from another ROM? and what did you do in recovery just before you installed the ROM.
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Trust me that ain't normal. I'm running the latest build and everything's great as far as the battery life. You could try going back into recovery and wipe everything and format boot,system,data,and cache. Then reinstall. Where you coming from another ROM? and what did you do in recovery just before you installed the ROM.
I'm coming from stock, so this is my first flashing of a ROM for this phone. I did just flash the ROM from today and it seems to be charging properly when connected to my laptop. I'll move onto installing some of my apps and see which one starts causing issues. Like I mentioned, there's nothing I installed that I didn't have prior to flashing this ROM, so I'm not real sure what the issue could be. Hopefully I can get to the bottom of this since I'm sure someone else may run into the same issue given that I only had common/mainstream apps installed. My wife is also experiencing the same issue, so maybe I can find some commonalities there.

Thanks for the quick response. I'll let you know what I find out.
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I noticed Google Maps using about 40% of the battery yesterday, I used navigation for a bit and it seemed to have triggered higher drain (according to settings - about phone - battery use - graph). Today with new build & reboot I haven't launched navigation yet and it's holding pretty well.
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I noticed Google Maps using about 40% of the battery yesterday, I used navigation for a bit and it seemed to have triggered higher drain (according to settings - about phone - battery use - graph). Today with new build & reboot I haven't launched navigation yet and it's holding pretty well.
I've got Google Maps installed but haven't used navigation in days so I doubt that was causing my issue. I do have all of my Market apps installed now and my phone is still charging over USB, so it looks good so far. At this point I'm wondering if the issue is somehow related to either widgets that were on my home screens (TuneIn Radio, Google Music, Beautiful Widgets, Google Voice) or apps/widgets that were moved to the SD card.

I'm still searching for the answer. I really hope that I don't go through this reinstall and not encounter the issue again. I'd much rather be able to reproduce the issue and know what to avoid.
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Ok, at this point it looks like the battery drain issue had something to do with apps and or widgets that were moved to the SD card. I moved everything from the SD card to the phone on my wife's phone (which was experiencing the same issue) and it appears the battery drain has stopped. I'm still working on confirming this, but that's where I stand right now.
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First of all, get rid of ATK, do a little research and you will find that ATK is a dinosaur from pre-Froyo days. It is actually bad for your battery with Froyo or Gingerbread based ROMs. The only thing it is usefull for is on non-rooted phones you can use it to kill off pre-installed bloatware such as Where and Twidroid.

Basically, the way Android works is to keep apps in a background loop without running them except when necessary. If you use ATK and kill them off, they will attempt to restart when they are supposed to and get killed again by ATK. This becomes a never ending process, and each time the app tries to start and gets killed by ATK, you are draining battery power you don't need to.

Droidwall and Juicedefender can help with your battery, but ATK is not recomended!
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Ok, at this point it looks like the battery drain issue had something to do with apps and or widgets that were moved to the SD card. I moved everything from the SD card to the phone on my wife's phone (which was experiencing the same issue) and it appears the battery drain has stopped. I'm still working on confirming this, but that's where I stand right now.
yeah and plus i read an article about atk. its slows the phones performance down drastically when people think it is speeding it up.
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I love this ROM, but I hate the Kernel.

I am using the 072511update with the Xiona 014 kernel from Zeife. It switched the home and menu buttons, but I dont really mind that. It has the same exact speed as the kernel that came with this rom except that there is no battery drain (i was losing 1 percent every 2 minutes) and that Xiona has a well known problem of not showing that USB debugging is on (its on, it just doesnt show)

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Thanks JerryScript for bringing this to the LGOV. I feel like I'm "home" again. Been using CM on/off for a while and really like it.
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Hi Everyone and thanks with special thanks to all the developers.

I've been a professional photographer for most of my life and I install/run windows and now android. I got my first android phone in early March (Optimus V). Started reading about rooting and Roming and was running AOSP CM7+ May 16, 2011 till a few days ago when I went BACKside ROM (CM7) July 22.I had the power drain issue and wiped both caches and updated it with July 25th.... The power issue is fixed but I have some bugs I want to report.

Angry Birds can't seem to install from market or backup, and my wired headset with toggle switch for playing-pausing music or call waiting or mute is not working....just the switch is not functioning. It worked with 5/16 CM7+ and stock. I also get fc on the ADW launcher upon startup, and press wait.....It then works fine and the os is smooth although I haven't tried everything I use.

I installed it with Rom manager and either used Cyanogen Mod recovery or Thunder C. Let me know if anyone else has these issues or if I have some sort of corruption. My external micro sd card is not newly formatted or partitioned, and I install everything from it.

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Sounds like you probably have a large number of apps on your sdcard. This makes ADW have the issue where you have to push the wait button during startup (a couple of minutes in usually). This could also be the reason you can't install Angry Birds, it is a pretty large app, and if you are getting low on storage space, it may not install. Try uninstalling another large app (backup it up with TB first), then try installing or restoring Angry Birds.

A quick and easy way to free up extra space is to uninstall all the live wallpaper and theme packs, if you don't use them. This should free up 20mb at least. I do plan on eventually posting a lightweight build once the release is a bit more stable.
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First of all, get rid of ATK, do a little research and you will find that ATK is a dinosaur from pre-Froyo days. It is actually bad for your battery with Froyo or Gingerbread based ROMs. The only thing it is usefull for is on non-rooted phones you can use it to kill off pre-installed bloatware such as Where and Twidroid.

Basically, the way Android works is to keep apps in a background loop without running them except when necessary. If you use ATK and kill them off, they will attempt to restart when they are supposed to and get killed again by ATK. This becomes a never ending process, and each time the app tries to start and gets killed by ATK, you are draining battery power you don't need to.

Droidwall and Juicedefender can help with your battery, but ATK is not recomended!
I wan't running ATK or anything battery saving application until I ran into the issue where my battery was draining. At this point, I'm pretty sure that the issue was with some of the apps I moved to the SD card. My wife was experiencing the same battery drain issue (running the 7/21 ROM) and I moved the GMail, Beautiful Widgets, Google Voice, and similar apps that sync and/or are running constantly to the phone storage and the battery drain issue stopped.

If anyone else is running into a battery drain issue and has moved some apps to the SD card you may want to try moving some of them back
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Thanks for the reply Jerry: I have a 16GB sd card with 5.49 gigs free. I have fully backed up at least 5 or 6 times all apps and data including system files, maybe that is having an effect???? I have tried to install with app only and app and data....with the same result. My Mixting music playback equalizer disables the seek and numerical counter during playback. If I shut off the eq then all returns to normal. I haven't tried the built in music player because I always use an equalizer and haven't seen an eq in the os yet (but haven't check recently either). My touchscreen has never been more responsive and I greatly appreciate your efforts.
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I haven't tried the built in music player because I always use an equalizer and haven't seen an eq in the os yet (but haven't check recently either).
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Look in the app drawer for DSP Manager. That is the equalizer app for all the CM 7 roms.
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I think I reinstalled almost all my apps to the internal memory first, then transfered them to the micro sd card....I ran down to 20+MB and maybe something cross linked. I'm copying over my whole micro sd card to my pc, and the pc found approx 6 zero byte files that didn't exist (an oxymoron), so maybe corruption did indeed occur....I'm going to format the micro sd card and wipe and format the phone and install from scratch....I'll see if all is right. I run 480-729MGHz and I think with this ROM it might be good till at least 787MGHz.... I won't run higher than 729 until I am sure about all other variables. I also will do my best to not waste anyones time. If I find a possible bug I'll be happy to report it if it is timely. I'm sure I could happily live with several under developement ROMS for this phone. I love the configurable icon rows and columns for the homescreens from the included launcher. Any other launchers to reccomend? Otherwise, I'll continue to research and do my homework.... Thanks,
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You don't restore system apps when installing a new ROM, and though I see you say you tried both ways, I'm thinking that's most likely your issue. Wipe cache/dalvik cache, then reflash the ROM, and don't restore any system apps, all your other restored apps should still be there.
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Note- this will break MMS, better off waiting for this to be fixed in the next build!

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...Angry Birds can't seem to install from market or backup....
The market web interface install issue is due to improper listings in the build.prop file. For those who want to edit it themselves, these are the lines you want to change:

ro.product.brand=VirginMobile

ro.cdma.home.operator.numeric=311490

gsm.sim.operator.numeric=311490

gsm.operator.numeric=311490

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Note- this will break MMS, better off waiting for this to be fixed in the next build!

Attached is a flashable zip file that will fix the market web interface installation bug. I used the build.prop edits posted above. Go into recovery, wipe cache/dalvik, flash the zip file, then reboot.
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Did a clean install of 7/24 including downloading apps directly from the android market. I had corrupt files on my micro sd card and did not want to chance loading anything corrupt into the latest build. The result is complete success although the toggle switch on my wired headset needs to be re mapped. The mute/pause/play/toggle switch turns on the lights to the menu, home,backspace and search keys when pressed. This switch worked correctly with CM 7+ ASOP 5/16 build and also with stock Rom. This ROM is fantastic and I like the so called "bloat" left in. The ADW Launcher is still a bit slow at startup, but the extra features it has is worth it for me. I formatted the Micro sd card before the install and after installed everything including media, I have 5.49 GB left. I also have 141MB of internal memory left. I tried the music player and found the eq....Thanks for the post Jerry, let me know if you'd like a hi res photo of something....name a genre, a few celebs, models or buildings, and I'll send you something I hope you'll like.
The only other thing I see that can be improved is the music player needs a scroll or something to run in one row x 4 columns where the controls will show. The default is 2 rows which takes up too much space for me....also maybe a 7 page home screen option like the Optimus T. Thanks again to all who made this possible....
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Did a clean install of 7/24 including downloading apps directly from the android market. I had corrupt files on my micro sd card and did not want to chance loading anything corrupt into the latest build. The result is complete success although the toggle switch on my wired headset needs to be re mapped. The mute/pause/play/toggle switch turns on the lights to the menu, home,backspace and search keys when pressed. This switch worked correctly with CM 7+ ASOP 5/16 build and also with stock Rom. This ROM is fantastic and I like the so called "bloat" left in. The ADW Launcher is still a bit slow at startup, but the extra features it has is worth it for me. I formatted the Micro sd card before the install and after installed everything including media, I have 5.49 GB left. I also have 141MB of internal memory left. I tried the music player and found the eq....Thanks for the post Jerry, let me know if you'd like a hi res photo of something....name a genre, a few celebs, models or buildings, and I'll send you something I hope you'll like.
The only other thing I see that can be improved is the music player needs a scroll or something to run in one row x 4 columns where the controls will show. The default is 2 rows which takes up too much space for me....also maybe a 7 page home screen option like the Optimus T. Thanks again to all who made this possible....
You can change the size of widgets by removing them, then re-adding them and selecting the rows/collumns to use. I set the homescreens to hold 5x5 rows/collumns. If you can't get the default music player to fit as you like, try cube music player from the market. See my screenshots in my sig below to see if you like it's widget.

You can add homescreens by pressing the menu button and selecting edit.
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LOVE this rom...however (always a catch I guess :/) it seems as if the TWS wasn't fixed? I have not so good (actually horrible) reception in my home and with the bumblebee ROM it wasn't an issue. This rom however, I ran out of battery in 7 hours. Help?








I really hate using airplane mode, as I get no texts. I text A LOT and airplane mode would defeat the purpose of even having a phone.. I moved all the apps I could to SD, so maybe that is a bigger issue.

@bhasden can you please list ALL the apps you moved? I would like to see if it's those apps messing with my battery as well.
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The TWS bug doesn't affect CM7 based ROMs.

When it does affect a ROM, it manifests itself by showing exactly 50% TWS all the time.

You do appear to have an issue with poor reception. In two of your photos you show zero bars, and in one you show only one bar. One thing that helped me with poor reception at home is a PRL swap, but it is a bit technical, and may be riskier than flashing a ROM. That said, it helped me in my dead-zone of a home.
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I was actually looking into doing this, but I wasn't sure if the risk was worth it. I am very good with electronics and technical things, so I am not worried. However, I don't know how good of a boost I will get in signal.. How did it help you? I know sprint overall has crappy signal where I live.
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07272011 build is up, see OP for download. Mostly build.prop changs to fix Android Market web interface installer.

@ajgates92: I used to only connect to one tower from my dead-zone home, after switching to the hybrid PRL, I now connect to one of four towers, so I do usually get better reception, though it still isn't incredible. To save battery life, I turn off 3g when at home, since I use my wifi network there, and I turn wifi off and 3g on when I leave (Power Control widget )
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Hm, if I turn off 3g, does that affect any texts or calls I would receive?
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3G and WiFi are for the Market and the Internet. The phone and text is still a phone, and operates separately from the Internet side. I have now been turning off Data and WiFi when not needed and have been experiencing just as good battery life as some apps that do it for you but seem to be hard to control.I have made calls out,haven't received any text or incoming calls yet as I just started this procedure this morning. I did have to turn WiFi on to add contact to google account.
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Well I tried to swap my prl to no avail...I keep getting Phone won't answer when i try to get my msl... and it seems like no one knows how to fix it. Damnit lol.
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Yeah I changed my prl to 60680. It just sucks getting your msl. But I haven't had any problems. Make sure your on the right COM port. I thought mine was on COM4 but was looking at the wrong thing... turned out it was COM1. Might wanna give that a try. If not, try opening a new thread since this one is about the BACKSide ROM.
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LOVE this rom...however (always a catch I guess :/) it seems as if the TWS wasn't fixed? I have not so good (actually horrible) reception in my home and with the bumblebee ROM it wasn't an issue. This rom however, I ran out of battery in 7 hours. Help?








I really hate using airplane mode, as I get no texts. I text A LOT and airplane mode would defeat the purpose of even having a phone.. I moved all the apps I could to SD, so maybe that is a bigger issue.

@bhasden can you please list ALL the apps you moved? I would like to see if it's those apps messing with my battery as well.
I don't remember exactly all the apps I moved, but it included Beautiful Widgets, Gmail, and just about everything else. If I were you, I'd uninstall and/or move all the apps back to the phone's internal memory and start from there. Once I had everything off the SD card, I reformatted it to remove any remaining artifacts and then only moved the apps over to the SD card that showed up on the "SD" tab of the Applications section in the phones Settings. Since then, I haven't had any battery issues on either my or my wife's phone.
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Has anybody tried to install Build#07272011 using Xionia recovery? I got a forceclose window for google services phone? At least I think that's what it said. After hitting fix permissions box 3times and it kept poping up,I got out of there as fast as I could and back into recovery. Did restore. I will try this one more time but with ClockWorkMod instead. Details to follow,if I can remember how to flash a recovery.(I'm the worst kind of "Nuub", an old "Nuub") EDIT: OK just got done booting into it and I got the same thing as before:The process com.android.phone has stopped unexpectedly.WARNING! This process has one or more of it's pemissions REVOKED which may cause it to malfunction. Please grant it's permissions and try again. It has a white box with :Reset Permissions. When I select it the window goes away for a couple of seconds then pops back up. When in both recovery's all I did when coming from the last build to this one was Wipe cache partion,and Wipe Dalvik cache. Could the download have gotten corrupted some how?(I hate being a "Nuub" sometimes).I don't have any problem going back to the restored build.
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I am doing a backup and flashing the newest build now.. I will edit once it is done.


EDIT: Been running for about ten minutes and No problems so far. I'm not sure why you are having a problem.


I would try downloading the file again. It could have been corrupted somehow. I downloaded it today.
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...Could the download have gotten corrupted some how?(I hate being a "Nuub" sometimes).I don't have any problem going back to the restored build.
Wow, your isp really doesn't like you at all!! This is what, the 2nd possible corrupt download in a week?? I haven't had any problems yet. (knock on wood)
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Glad to hear that it's just a corrupted download. Will download and try again. I think I'm going to take the SD card out and transfer the downloaded file that way.EDIT: OK rebooting now. Good boot animation,Home screen looks OK, Still got that stupid window. This sounds like a job for the Shell Answer Man. Dun data duuun. Got to get some sleep. will check back tomorrow.
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3G and WiFi are for the Market and the Internet. The phone and text is still a phone, and operates separately from the Internet side. I have now been turning off Data and WiFi when not needed and have been experiencing just as good battery life as some apps that do it for you but seem to be hard to control.I have made calls out,haven't received any text or incoming calls yet as I just started this procedure this morning. I did have to turn WiFi on to add contact to google account.
I believe, though could be wrong, that receiving MMS runs over your data network... The reason I've come to this conclusion is that I fail to receive picture messages when I turn my 3G off (which I do and can run for about a day and half and still only be at 20%). Could be something else, I'm not a phone expert so YMMV I guess...
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Glad to hear that it's just a corrupted download. Will download and try again. I think I'm going to take the SD card out and transfer the downloaded file that way.EDIT: OK rebooting now. Good boot animation,Home screen looks OK, Still got that stupid window. This sounds like a job for the Shell Answer Man. Dun data duuun. Got to get some sleep. will check back tomorrow.
This could be caused by the Green Machine Theme, I'm not sure I updated the link, and you will need the latest build of the theme.

Edit: Just updated the link in the OP for the theme, sorry I missed that, should fix your phone permissions error, please let me know.
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LOVE this rom...however (always a catch I guess :/) it seems as if the TWS wasn't fixed? I have not so good (actually horrible) reception in my home and with the bumblebee ROM it wasn't an issue. This rom however, I ran out of battery in 7 hours. Help?

I really hate using airplane mode, as I get no texts. I text A LOT and airplane mode would defeat the purpose of even having a phone.. I moved all the apps I could to SD, so maybe that is a bigger issue.
Those are some terrible battery drains. To troubleshoot, I would suggest turning off the 3G data (keep cell phone signal on for calls & regular SMS, but MMS won't work). If your battery improves then that means an app is sucking power in the background using the 3G data. Also check settings - Application - Running services to see which apps are actively running in the background. That should narrow down which apps are misbehaving.
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Those are some terrible battery drains. To troubleshoot, I would suggest turning off the 3G data (keep cell phone signal on for calls & regular SMS, but MMS won't work). If your battery improves then that means an app is sucking power in the background using the 3G data. Also check settings - Application - Running services to see which apps are actively running in the background. That should narrow down which apps are misbehaving.
I like your way of thinking. You seem to have good trouble shooting skills. TO JerryScript: I did get it to quit with the force closing after using the updated theme,but WiFi and 3g was a no go. I got the icons,but the were only lit up white,not the next stage of green. Tried all kinds of combinations of wipes after going to recovery from the Restore(made sure I rebooted twice before going to recovery). Last install of build I didn't install Green Machine theme. Everything works great,and CPU speed is back up to 787Hz-480Hz with no glitches(except for the usual pic. in the gallery,I have 44 pics.,so one ain't bad). I'm going to set all my apps and widgets were I want them,reboot twice,then go into recovery(CWM) and flash the theme.EDIT: Worked great everything is functioning properly. I guess my phone is kind of picky. Will remember to flash the theme after a couple of reboots with any subsequent builds. Remember......(I'm not just a member,I'm a "Nuub")
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Glad you got it working! I always flash the theme separately, but it really shouldn't be necessary, however if it works....

I also have a single pic that never shows a thumbnail, makes me think the pic itself may be the issue.

Note- If you have trouble flashing updates to this ROM, try not only wiping cache/dalvik-cache, but also formating boot and system but not data. This should give you a cleaner slate to install to, and yet not delete your apps.
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Glad you got it working! I always flash the theme separately, but it really shouldn't be necessary, however if it works....

I also have a single pic that never shows a thumbnail, makes me think the pic itself may be the issue.

Note- If you have trouble flashing updates to this ROM, try not only wiping cache/dalvik-cache, but also formating boot and system but not data. This should give you a cleaner slate to install to, and yet not delete your apps.
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Just downloaded and installed this ROM with the theme and it looks and performs great on my phone so far. I'm also not having the issue with my phone only ringing once on incoming calls.

My only concern is the amount of space I have internally and on my card. Really, I'm not sure if any of these numbers are normal and was hoping if someone could give me their opinion.

Right now, I only have a few small apps installed (not including those that come with the ROM). As far as my internal storage is concerned, I have 156MB of 179MB free. This I would assume is about right? Now, my SD card looks a little full. I have 281MB remaining out of 1.86GB. I did notice it was mentioned that there were a lot of extra files that came with this ROM. My question is are those being stored on my card? Also, which files are okay to delete from my card? Can I remove the ROM and gapps zips (which look to be the biggest) or should those remain?
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One other quick question I forgot to ask is which of the included apps are okay to uninstall? Actually, I'm not sure if these were included with this ROM or were leftover from previous ROM installs and root procedures...

Dev Tools
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Leave these or get rid of them?
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The ROM doesn't install anything to the sdcard, but if you've been making backups they could be filling up your sdcard fast.

You can uninstall everything you mentioned except Superuser, that is necessary on a rooted phone to do the stuff rooting allows. I wouldn't recomend uninstalling any of those apps though, they are all pretty small, and quite helpful in the long run.

If you want to uninstall things, get rid of the various live wallpaper apks (not the live wallpaper chooser though), the theme apks (Anroidian and Cyanabread), FM radio apk (doesn't work on our phone), and if you like you can exchange the LatinIME included with a lighter weight version.
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Here's all the stuff I remove after install a new version of the ROM. Consider it a 'safe' list since I haven't had any problems running without them. You can use it as a starting point for your own apps to keep.

rm /system/media/bootanimation.zip
rm /system/media/audio/ui/camera_click.ogg
rm /system/app/Androidian.apk
rm /system/app/Calculator.apk
rm /system/app/CarHomeGoogle.apk
rm /system/app/CMStats.apk
rm /system/app/CMWallpapers.apk
rm /system/app/Cyanbread.apk
rm /system/app/DSPManager.apk
rm /system/app/Email.apk
rm /system/app/FM.apk
rm /system/app/GenieWidget.apk
rm /system/app/Gmail.apk
rm /system/app/GoogleFeedback.apk
rm /system/app/GooglePartnerSetup.apk
rm /system/app/LatinImeTutorial.apk
rm /system/app/LiveWallpapers.apk
rm /system/app/LiveWallpapersPicker.apk
rm /system/app/MagicSmokeWallpapers.apk
rm /system/app/OneTimeInitializer.apk
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Lastest build is up: BACKside-IHO-VM670-07302011.zip

See Blarf's post at xda for details on changes:

- BT functionality improved, need testers with feedback please
- Camera functionality improved
- Custom ringtones working
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See Blarf's post at xda for details on changes:

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- Camera functionality improved
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I just woke up(can only get 4 hours sleep at a time) and checked thread. Trying to get the sleep out of my eye's and focus. Snap! Did that say BT as in Bluetooth. Bluetooth functionality improved, need testers with feedback. Well I'm all over that. To early in the morning to wake anybody up. But soon as I can will be trying it out with my car visor bluetooth unit. Now I don't know if I can get back to sleep. AAAALLLLRIGHT!!!!IT WORKS,IT WORKS,BLUETOOTH WORKS. Everything worked,I mean everything. Bluetooth call quality,voice dial,and all the functions that my visor mount unit came with. WOW! WAY TO GO Blarfie and JerryScript. Even when LG/VM decide to update the "V" to Gingerbread, it won't even come close to this ROM. Thanks for all the hard work,waking up at the computer,and answering all the questions that come with designing a new ROM.
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First, I want to say thanks for this amazing ROM. It runs like butter compared to my old ROM(aOSP). Loving it so far.

Now, on to the complaints! Actually, I only have one complaint. It keeps giving me an error saying the Google account authentication failed. Therefore, I can't use any of the Google services. That means no Android Market installations, no GMail, GTalk, Google Music, no nothing.

I'd appreciate some help here.
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I had a few problems that were from installing the theme with the ROM. Install the ROM first. Then after a couple of reboots,install the theme. Also Even though the ROM's are forked off the same tree, you might want to do a complete wipe(cache wipe,Dalvik wipe,data/factory reset wipe,format boot,format system,format data,format cache. If that doesn't work go into your google account and check your mobile settings.
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but if you've been making backups they could be filling up your sdcard fast.
Yeah, I think I did maybe 5 or so backups. I've only seen these in recovery, though. Does anyone know if these are accessible through the file manager app for easier deletion? If so, which folder would they be in?
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