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Old July 13th, 2012, 08:29 AM   #101 (permalink)
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FYI: Only need to wipe Dalvik when flashing.

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Is this ROM pure AOSP? Or are there any tweaks to it?
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Did you dirty flash over the previous ROM?
I did the reset and cleared the caches. I was on a different brand of ROM, so I figured I probably should just clear everything. It was a pain downloading all my apps again, but oh well.
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I did the reset and cleared the caches. I was on a different brand of ROM, so I figured I probably should just clear everything. It was a pain downloading all my apps again, but oh well.
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Is this ROM pure AOSP? Or are there any tweaks to it?
It's "pure."

No additions, but added fixes to get it running smoothly. He said he'll start adding shit (kernels, expanded power menu, etc) in the next build.
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Is anyone else having issues with Nova Launcher on JB? Whenever I try to drag and drop icons, sometimes it doesn't let me drag them and instead brings up the Edit and Remove menu. Kinda of annoying but tolerable
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Is anyone else having issues with Nova Launcher on JB? Whenever I try to drag and drop icons, sometimes it doesn't let me drag them and instead brings up the Edit and Remove menu. Kinda of annoying but tolerable
Yup I've noticed a few glitches with Nova and JB. Nova is still very beta on JB and I went back to the stock launcher because those little quirks bothered me so much
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Yup I've noticed a few glitches with Nova and JB. Nova is still very beta on JB and I went back to the stock launcher because those little quirks bothered me so much

Yea I might do that soon too. Plus I love how on the stock launcher the widgets automatically move around when space is low or you're trying to add one to the screen. That's not there in Nova yet either
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Is anyone else having issues with Nova Launcher on JB? Whenever I try to drag and drop icons, sometimes it doesn't let me drag them and instead brings up the Edit and Remove menu. Kinda of annoying but tolerable
I noticed this too, but it seems like it's just a matter of timing. If you wait too long to start trying to move it, that menu pops up. I've only gotten the menu once or twice since I realized I had to try to move it pretty much right away.
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I know this will sound totally insane, but I actually preferred it that way. It gave me a chance to go through and only load back what I really use. Plus, it gave me a little project for 30 minutes.
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I know this will sound totally insane, but I actually preferred it that way. It gave me a chance to go through and only load back what I really use. Plus, it gave me a little project for 30 minutes.
Not insane at all I felt that way too....once. It'll get old one day
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I noticed this too, but it seems like it's just a matter of timing. If you wait too long to start trying to move it, that menu pops up. I've only gotten the menu once or twice since I realized I had to try to move it pretty much right away.

You are correct. I guess I gotta stop pondering my moves while doing them and plan it out :-P But yea I went to stock launcher for a whole 10 minutes and forgot just how much I was able to change with Nova so I'm back there now lol
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About the only issue I am having is that Google Wallet doesn't appear to want to add funds now.

Edit: False alarm. Rebooted and it worked fine.
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lol . Pete has a loyal following. I'm sure, if not by now, someone will have a good battery mod for you. I think the users name is willyjay (who has been making mods for jelly belly) was/is an avid BB user for quite a while. I'd be willing to bet (with some testing of course and some backups before testing) that his mods he has posted would work for BB. I know, it takes some time making backups just to flash a battery mod, but it might be worth your while. If it works, just think how many people you might be able to help who want that mod!
Hey jbdan, good news I've been following this thread as well, and willyjay made me a custom to fit mod! Score! haha
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About the only issue I am having is that Google Wallet doesn't appear to want to add funds now.

Edit: False alarm. Rebooted and it worked fine.
I'm flashing BB coming from stock 4.0.4, do I need to reset Google Wallet before I flash to avoid that secure element issue?
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I'm flashing BB coming from stock 4.0.4, do I need to reset Google Wallet before I flash to avoid that secure element issue?
I do that before flashing any ROM and have never run into an issue with it. The only thing is that you get the welcome email again, but your balances should return to what they were before flashing. I usually clear out data, too, just for kicks.
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I just nandroided and flashed the new LeanKernel 4.1 over the 7/13 BB build in hopes of better battery life so I'll be sure to post back my results.
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Also getting pretty terrible batt life on this build (7/12). I'm at 21% after 8.5 hrs. Also had an issue just now where I lost all wireless functionality - no wifi, no data, no BT. A reboot fixed it.

Other than the above issues, it's nice n' fast.
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I know this will sound totally insane, but I actually preferred it that way. It gave me a chance to go through and only load back what I really use. Plus, it gave me a little project for 30 minutes.
It doesn't sound insane at all. When I do a TiBu backup I go through and only select the apps that I really want to be restored and leave a lot of them left out.


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Where did you get this from?
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Where did you get this from?
Over at rootz. Everyone's saying it's working fine, but I haven't noticed any different in life yet really, but kernels take a couple days to break in, at least that's what I believe.

EDIT 1: Just a quick update running LeanKernel. Idle drain is much better running this kernel. It's been 2h 10min since unplugged and while I haven't used the phone much (9mins screen on time), I still have 91% remaining. Much better than yesterday where I would lose 10% in 30mins.
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Over at rootz. Everyone's saying it's working fine, but I haven't noticed any different in life yet really, but kernels take a couple days to break in, at least that's what I believe.

EDIT 1: Just a quick update running LeanKernel. Idle drain is much better running this kernel. It's been 2h 10min since unplugged and while I haven't used the phone much (9mins screen on time), I still have 91% remaining. Much better than yesterday where I would lose 10% in 30mins.
The stock kernel was running ok for me, I was dropping about 6-7% per hour but I also have the clock speed set for 920 max and it doesn't seem any slower at all. I just installed LeanKernel and Ill see how it goes.
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The stock kernel was running ok for me, I was dropping about 6-7% per hour but I also have the clock speed set for 920 max and it doesn't seem any slower at all. I just installed LeanKernel and Ill see how it goes.
Is that with a lot of use? What about Wi-Fi? Using the last LK on AOKP 40 I've been getting 2-3% drain with it idling on Wi-Fi. I'm a bit nervous if the battery life is worse on JP. I'm sure there will be plenty of kernel fixes that will help soon, but it makes me hesitant to make the switch.
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so I LOVE the rom and jelly bean makes my phone feel like new again. one thing though i was wondering if anyone could help with, after about 20 minutes on a phone call the audio starts to give high pitch squeaks (its always done this) on some roms it would sound like me or the other person was underwater so on and so forth. i flashed the 4.0.4 radios w/ bootloader when it first dropped, and someone said to flash back the 4.0.2. do you think that would work? are there newer radios then the .04 ones that dropped originally? if you think flashing the 4.0.2 ones would work where can i find them?
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So after 13.5hrs on LeanKernel from being unplugged on half WiFi and half 4G, I got about 1.5hrs of screentime. One thing that bothered me though was that I had to disable data for about 45mins because my battery was just free falling. I could see the number dropping on the battery meter whenever the screen was on. I'm on the auto brightness for the record. I could tell the kernel helped during time when the screen was off, but JB is a killer when its on.
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I'm flashing BB coming from stock 4.0.4, do I need to reset Google Wallet before I flash to avoid that secure element issue?
I did not do that. I re-setup my wallet when I flashed the ROM, then re-booted and it all works fine.
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I'm headed back to the stock JB kernel for now, I've have several lock ups with LeanKernel.
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Pete just uploaded a new JB bootloader to his site. Here's my question:

Do I flash it as a zip, the same way as I would a mod or rom?
Do I need to wipe or clear anything first?
What are the benefits of this compared to the ICS rom? Faster boots, is that all? Knock on wood but my boot times have been terrific on the stock ICS bootloader I currently have. Pete suggested installing his new JB bootloader, but I can't help myself from asking why.

Thanks in advance for the help!

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I'm headed back to the stock JB kernel for now, I've have several lock ups with LeanKernel.

Where would one find the stock kernel? LeanKernel is running fine on mine but it'd be nice to know

And I honestly don't know what the benefit to the JB boot loader is. I've been running the ICS bootloader and can't be happier so why fix what ain't broke
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And I honestly don't know what the benefit to the JB boot loader is. I've been running the ICS bootloader and can't be happier so why fix what ain't broke
Somebody asked Pete what the benefit was and he said "not much" haha he's just "keeping up with the times" I think I'm in the same boat, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
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Where would one find the stock kernel? LeanKernel is running fine on mine but it'd be nice to know

And I honestly don't know what the benefit to the JB boot loader is. I've been running the ICS bootloader and can't be happier so why fix what ain't broke
I'm not sure where you can get the stock kernel separately but I just re-flash the BB build than I'm on and it replaces the kernel with the stock one.
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I'm not sure where you can get the stock kernel separately but I just re-flash the BB build than I'm on and it replaces the kernel with the stock one.
I guess that's one way to go lol. Dirty flash?
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Where would one find the stock kernel? LeanKernel is running fine on mine but it'd be nice to know

And I honestly don't know what the benefit to the JB boot loader is. I've been running the ICS bootloader and can't be happier so why fix what ain't broke
Try this. All kernel download links are at the bottom of the page:

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I still have to boot from recovery to get it through. Very frustrating.
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To get what?
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Anytime I shut off the phone. I did this earlier because my GPS went south and it got stuck on the "Google" screen. Had to pull the battery and reboot from recovery to make sure it completed.
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Has anyone been able to get HBOgo/MAXgo to work on this ROM?
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Quick questions: Do I go ahead and flash this, or wait for ICSourcery to upgrade to JB? Been on sourcery about 3 weeks now with no problems.
Do I back up the files on my "sd" make a Nandroid and re format? I'm sorta ok with flashing ics roms, but unsure on this to JB. Some guidance is appreciated..
Can I use cwm touch or power down and boot into recovery...?
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Quick questions: Do I go ahead and flash this, or wait for ICSourcery to upgrade to JB? Been on sourcery about 3 weeks now with no problems.
Do I back up the files on my "sd" make a Nandroid and re format? I'm sorta ok with flashing ics roms, but unsure on this to JB. Some guidance is appreciated..
Can I use cwm touch or power down and boot into recovery...?
Thanks!

However you would go about flashing an ICS rom would be the same process for a JB rom just make sure you do a clean wipe before flashing (cache, dalvik, and factory reset). All your files (pictures, music, etc...) will be saved but it never hurts to make a backup. Just make sure you don't wipe your SD otherwise your files will be lost.

Also no one is really sure when developers will start pushing out our favorite roms including Sourcery, Liquid, AOKP, etc... So if you can handle the wait then you can, but at least a few weeks I'd say
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However you would go about flashing an ICS rom would be the same process for a JB rom just make sure you do a clean wipe before flashing (cache, dalvik, and factory reset). All your files (pictures, music, etc...) will be saved but it never hurts to make a backup. Just make sure you don't wipe your SD otherwise your files will be lost.

Also no one is really sure when developers will start pushing out our favorite roms including Sourcery, Liquid, AOKP, etc... So if you can handle the wait then you can, but at least a few weeks I'd say

Thanks!!! The Team Sourcery seem "slower" to put out a new rom but when they do it is very solid and well worth the wait. I kept bouncing from BAMF, Liquid and Eclipse and found everything I liked about them on Sourcery, and nothing I didn't like in the others.
Hate to mess my phone up doing something, This phone IS my internet connection. I have to have tether working so I usually wait until things settle before I flash.
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anyone not able to connect to Verizon visual voice mail with this rom? It just stays on "checking account status"
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Hey so quick question for anyone that would know but I could have sworn that when I first flashed JB, the notifications were expanded by default in the notification bar. Now for some reason they're always in the ICS style. Does anyone know how to change this? I like the expanded versions and would rather not have to do it manually each time
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Hey so quick question for anyone that would know but I could have sworn that when I first flashed JB, the notifications were expanded by default in the notification bar. Now for some reason they're always in the ICS style. Does anyone know how to change this? I like the expanded versions and would rather not have to do it manually each time

The dev would have to add the feature to the ROM, I'm sure we'll see it soon enough.
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Hey so quick question for anyone that would know but I could have sworn that when I first flashed JB, the notifications were expanded by default in the notification bar. Now for some reason they're always in the ICS style. Does anyone know how to change this? I like the expanded versions and would rather not have to do it manually each time
Take two fingers close to the bottom of the notification and drag it down. It works for me.
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Take two fingers close to the bottom of the notification and drag it down. It works for me.

I know but I'm trying to find a way to do that by default so I don't have to do that. I'm lazy lol
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Anyone on the 7/14 build? The changelog didn't seem to change so are there any differences?
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He said on twitter that he actually fixed the 5 GHz wifi issue. I don't know if there was anything else
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