[ROM] Negalite-Blurom | 2.95.651.5 | Virgin-Mobile/Sprint | Sense/Apex/Nova | Aroma | 08-10-2013


  1. negamann303

    negamann303 Well-Known Member

    Wifi is fine in 50. That would normally be kernel-side anyway, so if you do come across that problem, just flash the ButteredToasT Kernel on top of the rom with the issue(kernel link in post #2)

    Same with 4g

    Thanks, though. I appreciate you reporting your find. Please continue to do so :)
  2. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    I already have to no avail. Is there a file I can delete that will then get recreated and perhaps jumpstart things?
  3. pbailey212

    pbailey212 Well-Known Member

    WiFi and 4g work on 50 for me. Just downloaded this Rom for the first time. Beautifully done!
  4. wigginst

    wigginst Well-Known Member

    Trying the svn thing. Have the oasvn folder in es file explorer. In it is a negalite rom file of around 1000 mb. Next to it I created another folder. Did the update and exported that to the other folder which is around 490 mb. So does this seem correct so far? Then do I zip the second smaller folder and that is what is flashed? Not moving forward till I see if this is the right path.
  5. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Well-Known Member

    Don't checkout, use SVN update.

    ramjet73
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  6. negamann303

    negamann303 Well-Known Member

    I apologize for not putting this comment near the link. Currently, oasvn is a non working method. It places an .Svn folder in every directory. I'm currently working on a script that will zip the folders while excluding the svn folders.

    Haha of course! I totally spaced that out, maybe because I never need it haha.
  7. wigginst

    wigginst Well-Known Member

    OK. What do we do for the updates to 53 etc then?
  8. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    I get the same error. Checkout works just fine. I've gotten all the way to r48 with checkout.

    EDIT:

    I used my laptop this morning and was able to create r53 zip file. Do you think I should delete the whole SVN folder and recreate it? Would I be able to just copy the folder over from my laptop?
  9. deadlydreamer

    deadlydreamer Member

    Hey ramjet73 could you upload r53? Pretty please. I wanna checkout the (new) new lockscreen.
    Oh and the last install I did I went with sense version to check it out. Pretty smooth but I've always been a senseless fan.With the exception of the lockscreen. Great work BTW I love love love the new biohazard ring!
  10. uscanst56

    uscanst56 Member

    I finally got oasvn to work. Checked out. Then exported to a different folder. That didn't have all the .svn folders. Zipped that with zarchiver. Golden. Final flashable rom size 536.19mb. Working folder size (with .svn folders) 1.62g.oh this is r53.
  11. wigginst

    wigginst Well-Known Member

    This is really a crazy good ROM! So far the only thing I am missing from 4.2 is the way it did the toggles panel. But this is faster and smoother and everything works!

    Is there a way to get the new Google now that has the additional widget etc? I know there is the gn for ICS thread but did not know how this version compared to the latest from there.
  12. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    The screenshot feature you added isn't working for me. I enabled it in Aroma.

    Also, any idea why the OTA Updater keeps trying to get me to update to r50 when I'm on r53?

    [​IMG]
  13. negamann303

    negamann303 Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure. I know the guy who was making it work for ics moved on to jb. I'll look though

    Ok. I never tested. Try adding the line to the build prop. I had it setprop in a script if the apk exists.

    Also svn users should just disable ota update notifications. It just checks text for differences and not actual version number
  14. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    Can I take the Virgin Mobile Voicemail update OTA on this ROM, does that cause issues of any sort? I've been ignoring it thus far.
  15. xstefen

    xstefen Well-Known Member

    All it does is uglify the theme, asks u to purchase premium, wont break anything
  16. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    Those are some of the reasons I've been ignoring it. :(

    I've just turned off "check for updates" under the HTC software in System Updates. Is that all I need to do to make it stop annoying me?


    EDIT:

    Negamann, I just saw the large clock widget today and it's transparent. Totally badass. Any chance of getting some transparency love with the 1X4 clock widget? How long has it been transparent? I use the smaller one, so I've never noticed the large one before.
    That being said, if my background had a lot of white, or stripes and such, I may prefer a solid widget. Thankfully, I like large spans of solid colors, so transparent would suit me just fine. Or maybe, moving forward, you can incorporate an optional transparent theme (maybe you already do, I haven't dabbled in your themes yet)
  17. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Well-Known Member

    You are going to continue to have problems if you use checkout for new changes. The way SVN is designed you are supposed to checkout only once and use the update function to apply any additional commits.

    ramjet73
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  18. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    Looks like I may have worn out the "checkout" feature :eek:
    To get things moving again, should I delete the SVN folder on my desktop PC? Would it be OK to copy it over from my laptop, or do I need to download it all again? Also, what is the signifigance of the green check marks SVN puts by each sub-folder? What about the purple/indigo question marks?
  19. Palmetto Fellow

    Palmetto Fellow Well-Known Member

    You two may as well be speaking German :p

    Can I assume the .app and lib module are included already by Aroma? Do I just need to add something to the build.prop now?
    Am I looking to modify an existing line, for example, changing a 0 to a 1?
    Or do I need to add a line to the build.prop? If so, what's the line? and is placement within the build.prop important for organization?

    EDIT:

    I've found the build.prop line from that link Ramjet gave. So I'll add it to my build.prop once I scan it to be sure it's not already there.
  20. xstefen

    xstefen Well-Known Member

    Green means up to date.
  21. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Well-Known Member

    I don't really worry about that stuff, since everything I need is included in the post I made linked from the OP of this thread. If you you want to delve into TortoiseSVN in more detail the documentation is here.

    Copying the SVN folder from one computer to another is not recommended since there are registry entries involved as well. After deleting the current folder, just create a new folder and do the checkout one time and use the SVN update function after that. This is the technique I've been using since r5 and have never had a problem with the SVN updates.

    ramjet73
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  22. wigginst

    wigginst Well-Known Member

    When I exported I sent it to a different folder. Do I zip that and that gives me a flash able update?
  23. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    Yes, although it's easier to just click on the NegaZip exe file in the export folder and it'll create the flashable zip for you in that same folder.
    OB
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  24. wigginst

    wigginst Well-Known Member

    Yeah that is much easier and I guess just the updates so why it's smaller? The other way game me like 800mb of zip! Now, when we update does that get replaced or is that the issue negga was talking about with svn? I assuming since I gave only done it once I am fine at the moment. That gave me about a 16mb zip. Does that seem correct?
  25. negamann303

    negamann303 Well-Known Member

    A rom zip should always be 530-540MB, if it isn't something is wrong

    The thing about oasvn is for some reason it has .SVN folders in every directory. I haven't played with it to figure out how to solve the problem other than the script I was talking about. I've been busy lately, hopefully I can get something going very soon
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