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  1. androidtp

    androidtp Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    The nightly builds have stopped for some reason..but I have 103 right here. I made a post about it earlier in my "Nightly Discussions" thread, but I'm not sure if anyone caught it. anywho..here it is.

    cm_heroc_full-103.zip
     

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    MahaloCat Well-Known Member

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    I am running the 10.25 update on CM6 - Pretty impressed.
    Not buggy at all. AOSP.8 is faster though...short bench is almost double with cm6....at least on my phone. ALTHOUGH -running stock Cm6 kernal
     
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    androidtp Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i agree..pretty fast on my phone as well
     
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    never installed a nightly...what do i do with the zip ive downloaded?
     
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    androidtp Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    If you're running cm6, then you're able to flash nightly updates by downloading them. You just boot into recovery, wipe dalvic cache and flash your nightly and kernel (if any) always nandroid before flashing :D

    Andy has a great thread on using froyo in this thread called setting up cm6.. would link you but it's always on the first page so you can't miss it;)
     
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    I do have cm6, but just have the stock kernal. Ive wanted to try a new kernal wasnt sure how to do it either, or where to get and which is the best.
     
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    oOMavrikOo Well-Known Member

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    you have to flash the zip from recovery like you would any custom rom. if you have no clue as to what I just said, please do some research before trying anything. you could start with the thread "setting up cm6", it helped me ALOT (shout out to Andy and mahalocat). whenever you've learned enough and decide to do anything, MAKE A NANDROID! it may save you one
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    oOMavrikOo Well-Known Member

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    God I love my phone but hate posting from it.
     
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    Yeah i know what your talking about...I am now running the nightly. Do you change the kernal the same way?
     
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    andygu3 Well-Known Member

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    Download and flash an uncapped kernel from recovery. Do you know if your phone can handle 768 or 691? Dec has 2 different kernels to try
     
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    im not sure what it can handle.
     
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    Usually if you overclock your phone too high, it can become hot. Random reboots may happen or constant freezing happens. The only way to check is to OC to 768 and see what happens. If problems start happening, back it down to a lower frequency.

    Also, FYI, JIT being enabled on some roms will cause issues also;)
     
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    oOMavrikOo Well-Known Member

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    what does jit actually do for the phone? and what is too hot for phone temp?
     
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    Some phones can get too hot using the tether, you can check temperature in menu, settings, about phone. Usually you don't want to get above 120
     
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    140F +/- is about the temp that your processor starts to die. If you are seeing temps over about 100 for any extended period of time (unless its summer and thats the ambient temp) I would suggest turning the oveclock down. Over throttling processors can really overheat them quickly. When a processor is designed to run at 512, that doesnt mean that just because it CAN run at 768, that it SHOULD run at 768. The wires inside the processor can not tolerate the extra head from significantly overclocking for any extended periods of time.
     

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