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Old July 7th, 2012, 01:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Changelog.

07/07/2012
Initial Release (v 1.0)

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07/08/2012
Release (v 1.1)
Addressed issue with MMS bug.
Added ApnBackupAndRestore app.
Changed notification background to solid color.

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07/09/2012
Release (v 1.1.2)
Addressed issue with Phone.apk Crashing on incoming calls.
Removed EQ audio boost Mod due to multiple user complaints that it was too loud (will make a separate flash zip for this).
Fixed Bootanimation.

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07/10/2012
Release (v 1.1.2)
Added EQ Boost and Removal zips to OP thread.

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07/11/2012
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Added Custom updated Phone.apk (see screenshot)
Added more UI candy.

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07/10/2012
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07/16/2012
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Released stable version.
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Current Bugs and Fixes:

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MMS Msgs will not send/receive.
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Added ApnBackupAndRestore to ROM and supplied working APN backup. User action required.
Result:
Fixed, but working on an "out-of-the-box" solution that will not require user action.
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I don't know the difference between Android 2.3.4 and 2.3.6 so I've been performing a bit of research. According to a Wikipedia article, moving from 2.3.4 to 2.3.6 gets us:

System enhancements:
  • Improved Gmail application
  • Shadow animations for list scrolling
  • Camera software enhancements
  • Improved battery efficiency
  • Fixed a voice search bug

There are also some improvements for specific handsets, but I'm just listing the general Android improvements. I'm really digging the current OpenVitality ROM but I think I'll be giving this a ride pretty soon!
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Flashed this with no issues. I'll post if I have any troubles... I know there's not a lot of us Vitality users around, or at least that post thanks, but I definitely appreciate your work, man.

Are there any major differences between the 2.3.4 and the 2.3.6? Should we really notice anything? Any bumps in improvements are hugely appreciated...

Hoping we can get an OC'd kernal or something at some point. Req's kernel only works with the Admire stuff and flashing that leaves us without data.

EDIT: First thing I've noticed is that ringtones/notifications are extremely loud. Even on the lowest setting they're quite obnoxious.
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Flashed this with no issues. I'll post if I have any troubles... I know there's not a lot of us Vitality users around, or at least that post thanks, but I definitely appreciate your work, man.

Are there any major differences between the 2.3.4 and the 2.3.6? Should we really notice anything? Any bumps in improvements are hugely appreciated...

Hoping we can get an OC'd kernal or something at some point. Req's kernel only works with the Admire stuff and flashing that leaves us without data.

EDIT: First thing I've noticed is that ringtones/notifications are extremely loud. Even on the lowest setting they're quite obnoxious.
I'll look into it. Cleaning my aquariums atm so it'll be a few hrs.

Can someone check power off, reboot and recovery power menu as well -- I noticed an odd bug in where it wouldnt reboot or power off for that matter when the option was confirmed (noticed it while I was playing around with services.jar for CRT ON animations).

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When I try to do any of those things, it acts like it's going to reboot and gives me the Samsung animation, but it never actually restarts/turns off. You can just turn the screen on and off and get the CRT animation and the screen remains black.
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Arf... Think I may have mixed up my frameworks with all the editing I've been doing. Gonna pull the link temporarily til I fix this. Shouldnt be too long. Hang in there.

edit: cleaning aquariums and coding AOS make for slow, wet work...

Update: ROM FIXED.
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ROM Fixed. Re-Uploaded under same revision (1.0). Anyone having downloaded v1.0 before 00:45GMT Please RE-DOWNLOAD.

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Yep..

Im close to a fix. I just may not have time to apply it today (going rafting in a bit). I'll keep y'all posted.
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Potential Problems

1. For the first startup, the animation disappeared for a long time and the screen was blank, for that initial startup you need something there to indicate its in progress, or keep the first animation going longer. I almost thought something was wrong and was going to flash again.

2. When I first opened Mobile AP it force closed. It was fine in all subsequent attempts. I was in airplane mode in the first instance and had turned it off at the second attempt and turned it back on in the third attempt, related????

3. This was odd. When you pull down the notifications bar while it is media scanning it slows down considerably???? or is it me going mad???? media scanner speed although much faster than 2.3.4 was sometimes not consistent.

4. Was wondering around this morning listening to some music and during this process the music stopped once and the volume increased, this would be the first time that has happended to me while having it in my pocket, a bug or accidental button touching???

Your working on this but ill post it anyhow.
4. Wont shutdown, reboot, or go into recovery. Sticks on blank screen after animation is complete. Now im only guessing here but i think you dont have enough images to complete the animation script/ code which may be set to 36 you have 26, so unless you add more images or alter the source/ script, it will stick. Im not sure why but on some roms it will stick when you do this while on others you can alter them and it wont, not sure why though.

5. Cant turn on bluetooth in airplane mode through settings but you can from the power control, never seen that before.

6. Wheres all the static wallpapers from stock, you can remove the muse ones but include the others.

7. No folder options to create or add an exisiting app based folder. Maybe I dont have any apps that use that installed at the moment.

Dislikes

I dont like the openvitality icon in the notifications bar and those grey lines if you added them, their ugly, was making feel nauseous last night and its really beginning to annoy me already lol o) You can sell yourself in the about phone section. Maybe its these that are slowing down the media scanning, when its semi-pulled down.

2. Stock camera still shuts down at 15% battery, I use Camera ICS anyhow. Ive seen some solutions to this online before, I think you need to open up the apk.

Likes

1. I like most of this build but particularly, the startup and shutdown animations, good combo. Incidentally where is the start up animation stored?

Other comments relating to GPS/ Sensors.

1. The GPS has a variable fix unlike stock EH29 which was constant, obviously this ROM doesnt resolve my long standing gps wont restart issue lol o)

2. This rom includes those updated or improved sensor files that I mentioned previously resulting in compass/ google maps activities not gettting stuck in the horizontal axis.

system/lib/hw/sensors.default.so

2.3.4 (EH29 stock) 38.22k
2.3.6 86.20k

3. Although its pre-configured well already, if its possible I would still like to see the DSP settings app installed or is this for later OS releases?

4. Quickpic is still my preferred photoviewer

Didnt they post an MMS fix for MeteroPCS 2.3.6 update???
http://androidforums.com/vitality-all-things-root/573534-rom-openvitality-2-3-4-1-0-rfs-stable.html
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Fixing MMS (Send & Receive)

Overall I have to say that its probably the best non-2.3.4 build out there, as the kernel has been maintained everything works.

Looking forward to beta 2.
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Potential Problems

1. For the first startup, the animation disappeared for a long time and the screen was blank, for that initial startup you need something there to indicate its in progress, or keep the first animation going longer. I almost thought something was wrong and was going to flash again.

2. When I first opened Mobile AP it force closed. It was fine in all subsequent attempts. I was in airplane mode in the first instance and had turned it off at the second attempt and turned it back on in the third attempt, related????

3. This was odd. When you pull down the notifications bar while it is media scanning it slows down considerably???? or is it me going mad???? media scanner speed although much faster than 2.3.4 was sometimes not consistent.

4. Was wondering around this morning listening to some music and during this process the music stopped once and the volume increased, this would be the first time that has happended to me while having it in my pocket, a bug or accidental button touching???

Your working on this but ill post it anyhow.
4. Wont shutdown, reboot, or go into recovery. Sticks on blank screen after animation is complete. Now im only guessing here but i think you dont have enough images to complete the animation script/ code which may be set to 36 you have 26, so unless you add more images or alter the source/ script, it will stick. Im not sure why but on some roms it will stick when you do this while on others you can alter them and it wont, not sure why though.

5. Cant turn on bluetooth in airplane mode through settings but you can from the power control, never seen that before.

6. Wheres all the static wallpapers from stock, you can remove the muse ones but include the others.

7. No folder options to create or add an exisiting app based folder. Maybe I dont have any apps that use that installed at the moment.

Dislikes

I dont like the openvitality icon in the notifications bar and those grey lines if you added them, their ugly, was making feel nauseous last night and its really beginning to annoy me already lol o) You can sell yourself in the about phone section. Maybe its these that are slowing down the media scanning, when its semi-pulled down.

2. Stock camera still shuts down at 15% battery, I use Camera ICS anyhow. Ive seen some solutions to this online before, I think you need to open up the apk.

Likes

1. I like most of this build but particularly, the startup and shutdown animations, good combo. Incidentally where is the start up animation stored?

Other comments relating to GPS/ Sensors.

1. The GPS has a variable fix unlike stock EH29 which was constant, obviously this ROM doesnt resolve my long standing gps wont restart issue lol o)

2. This rom includes those updated or improved sensor files that I mentioned previously resulting in compass/ google maps activities not gettting stuck in the horizontal axis.

system/lib/hw/sensors.default.so

2.3.4 (EH29 stock) (ill look at file size the next time I flash it)
2.3.6 86.20k

3. Although its pre-configured well already, if its possible I would still like to see the DSP settings app installed or is this for later OS releases?

4. Quickpic is still my preferred photoviewer

Didnt they post an MMS fix for MeteroPCS 2.3.6 update???
http://androidforums.com/vitality-all-things-root/573534-rom-openvitality-2-3-4-1-0-rfs-stable.html
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Fixing MMS (Send & Receive)

Overall I have to say that its probably the best non-2.3.4 build out there, as the kernel has been maintained everything works.

Looking forward to beta 2.
Thanks for the feedback.

Let me answer a few of the comments in sequence.

Potential problems:

1) The startup disappearing is directly related to the bootanimation hack.
I have the animation set to an infinite loop, but it doesn't want to play infinitely for some reason. Unfortunately there will be nothing done about this, as the hack is not my work. =\

2)Keep testing out the Mobile AP m8. This is good stuff. I havent tested it in depth myself yet, as I've been busy making fixes and building the ROM.

3)That is an odd bug. I have not experienced it personally. Media scanning is a bitch regardless. I was actually going to pose a poll once this goes stable to see if people would want the media scanner removed. I mean, if you keep all your pics/media/music in the designated android folders, it still auto caches -- media scanner is responsible for picking out media from your sdcard as a whole, not from specific folders.

4)Most likely you hit a button in your pocket that increased the volume. As for the music stopping, Im not too sure. I've never had that happen -- and thats one feature that I have been testing daily, as I use my phone at work as a music player.
If it can be reproduced multiple times with a variety of mp3's we'll have to address it.

5) Hahaha about turning on bt regardless of airplane mode. You are _not_ suppose to be able to use bt with airplane mode on. haha. I'll have to look into that once mms is solved. In the meantime, just to avoid errors, just dont turn on bt through power control when airplane mode is on.

6)With this stock generic build, the wallpapers were not present. I feel no need to add them really.

7)That is Holo Launcher Limitation (no folder options). Install a 3rd party launcher (ADW for instance) for those options. Im not _too_ sold on Holo Launcher the more I mess with it, but it _is_ quite fast on our systems for the options that it does have. I may change it in the future.


Dislikes:

OpenVitality text always stays. It will be updated with revision numbers. Just how I do it.
I'll look into other notification backgrounds -- I can see what you mean with the lines, although I like them personally.

Havent gotten around to the camera fix as of yet. On the to-do list.

I'll look into dsp apk, although you can just install a 3rd party dsp mgr if you wish.

MMS fix was for MetroPCS specific phones. Im working on an MMS fix now, but it will take some time to figure out how to apply the patch to the ROM.

Thanks for the feedback, I hope I've answered some of the questions to your liking.

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Ill have to look at number 5 when i get back on stock, i thought airplane mode deactivated everything when activated but was overidable on a chip by chip basis afterwards.

I would be up for mesia scanner being removed as long as it doesnt affect performance, Im sure i have deactivated before by removing a file but it caused all sorts of other problem maybe would test a separate release with it removed and give you some feedback.

where are the wallpapers stored?

I like Holo launcher some of those options appear to be in plus, ive requested some of these options from them already so who knows. Its much quicker, agreed.
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I've ran this for about 24 hours now with little to no issues outside of one. I'm not sure if this is something with the rom, but I went to sleep last night and left the phone on... When I woke it up this morning, I was able to pattern unlock like always, but after that the phone was unresponsive and would go into a dimmed state, as if I had left it alone for a bit.

Pulled battery and restarted... No issues yet... I'll leave it on overnight again and see if I wake up to it doing the same thing.

The sound is just honestly obnoxiously loud. Is there anything I can do to change it? I mean if I honestly turned the volume to max, I feel like it would blow the speaker. Even on the lowest possible setting notifications/ringtones are WAY loud.

As for media scanning mentioned by Pedro, it's always sucked for me on Vitality. It'll like say it's done, and rescan another time or two for the hell of it. I didn't notice any slowdown or anything really while it's doing that, though.

Otherwise... Thank you so much. This room is speedy and a smart choice over stock or I'd even say your previous openvitality rom. It really zips about.
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I've ran this for about 24 hours now with little to no issues outside of one. I'm not sure if this is something with the rom, but I went to sleep last night and left the phone on... When I woke it up this morning, I was able to pattern unlock like always, but after that the phone was unresponsive as if I was not touching the phone to slide through screens or pick an icon.

Pulled battery and restarted... No issues yet... I'll leave it on overnight again and see if I wake up to it doing the same thing.

The sound is just honestly obnoxiously loud. Is there anything I can do to change it? I mean if I honestly turned the volume to max, I feel like it would blow the speaker. Even on the lowest possible setting notifications/ringtones are WAY loud.

As for media scanning mentioned by Pedro, it's always sucked for me on Vitality. It'll like say it's done, and rescan another time or two for the hell of it. I didn't notice any slowdown or anything really while it's doing that, though.

Otherwise... Thank you so much. This room is speedy and a smart choice over stock or I'd even say your previous openvitality rom. It really zips about.
In the sound settings under "Volume", have you tried to uncheck the option "Use incoming call volume for notifications"? If not, try it, then adjust your volume settings from there. That solved it for me, at least.
The only other permanent solution would be to remove the eq files all together -- and I _really_ don't want to do that, just for the fact that this phones volume stinks as is. ><

Hope that helps!

btw, I'll be releasing a 1.1 update in about 5 minutes with a patch for the MMS issue.
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Version 1.1 Released. Please visit Post #1 for update and build revision!

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Yeah I've done that and have them both set to the lowest volume and they're both still rather loud.

I'm not going to bug you to change the EQ files if you don't want, it's your rom and your choice.

Thanks a ton for having MMS working so quickly.
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Yeah I've done that and have them both set to the lowest volume and they're both still rather loud.

I'm not going to bug you to change the EQ files if you don't want, it's your rom and your choice.

Thanks a ton for having MMS working so quickly.
Wow, that is odd m8. I had experienced that upon initial flash, but as soon as I unlinked the ringer and notification volumes, then adjusted them, the issue was solved. I can now re-link them and they all follow suit.
Perhaps try that on this new ROM.

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Boot to Recovery
MAKE A BACKUP
Choose Wipe Data/Factory Reset
Go to Mounts and Storage
Choose Format /system
Go back to Main Menu
Choose Install zip from SDCard
Choose zip from SDCard
Flash
My boot recovery program is called <3e>, not sure if it's the same as the original, but I believe I flashed a different one in early 2012 when I also flashed a Samsung Admire rom onto my Vitality. It doesn't have all the "mount" & "format" options; merely "apply sdcard:update.zip" I renamed the OpenVitality zip file to "update.zip" but upon applying the update I received an error message:

"Finding update package...
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E:signature verification failed
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I thought you borked your phone but if it's still working you need to install CWM to install the rom.
You will need to push CWM to your phone with Odin. Follow this thread

Clockwork Mod Samsung Admire/Vitality

Then follow the instructions given in this thread for install. Follow them exactly.
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Alright!! Thanks man!!

Update: That is weird. You provided the same link I had open in another tab. The same one I used way back in January 2012. Experiencing some major deja vu here, but I'll give it a shot.
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Hi Spz0! Very nice ROM, but since the first version 2.3.4 if I change to Spanish language, I can't see the special characters like in the menues and in the webpages when navigate, I see a blank space when there are special characters, could you fix that? or tell me what can I do to see fine the spanish texts.
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Hi Spz0! Very nice ROM, but since the first version 2.3.4 if I change to Spanish language, I can't see the special characters like in the menues and in the webpages when navigate, I see a blank space when there are special characters, could you fix that? or tell me what can I do to see fine the spanish texts.
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I'll look into it and patch it in the next revision.
Bugs post updated.

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Alright!! Thanks man!!

Update: That is weird. You provided the same link I had open in another tab. The same one I used way back in January 2012. Experiencing some major deja vu here, but I'll give it a shot.
It's how you put Clockwork Mod on a Vitality. There's no other way I know of. It works, no reason for it not to.
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Yep, worked just fine! I avoided it originally because I mistakenly thought it would install the old admire stuff on there again.

Thanks evildead!! Maybe the author Spz0 could have the link added to the top of the thread..

Thank you Spz0 !!! Your rom is super awesome. I love it already, e.g. how the screen wraps around when you slide your thumb across, and I'll post a donation for sure.
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1. I checked the files in stock and its 38.22k for the sensors file. This has the orientation sensor that works then. Also explains variable standalone gps accuracy.

2. Google Search didnt display any results.

3. It is possible to activate bluetooth from the settings menu in stock even with airplane mode on as i thought. not sure if this was an intended change or bug.

* You said you extracted some DSP settings, could you indicate where you stored them? I would like to take a look at them.

* Wheres the (Android) wallpaper stored, im toying with both adw and holo at the moment on eh09.
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1. I checked the files in stock and its 38.22k for the sensors file. This has the orientation sensor that works then. Also explains variable standalone gps accuracy.

2. Google Search didnt display any results.

3. It is possible to activate bluetooth from the settings menu in stock even with airplane mode on as i thought. not sure if this was an intended change or bug.

* You said you extracted some DSP settings, could you indicate where you stored them? I would like to take a look at them.

* Wheres the (Android) wallpaper stored, im toying with both adw and holo at the moment on eh09.
I can get accuracy down to 2 Metres in the City. In my town (which is about 20miles away from any large'esq city) I can usually get between 4 to 9 meter accuracy from standalone gps.
Im not too sure about the BT issue -- if it is suppose to be an improvement, or is infact a bug. I'll test it out once I find my BT device (temporarily lost it in the move).
Google search works great for me. Returns search results every time (data and wifi)
I didn't extract any DSP settings m8.
Android Wallpaper is stored in the original stock Launcher.apk. I think its located in /res/drawable-mdpi/. If you want them, just extract your Launcher2.apk from one of your original backups and nav. to the directory I mentioned.
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First of all thanks for the AWESOME customized rom!

GPS, Bluetooth, Wifi, Google Play all work.

Text and phone calls are not working! When I test them with my roommate's phone, I get "android.phone has stopped unexpectedly" error. And I receive no texts.

Outgoing texts and calls seem to work just fine though!

And yes I ran the APNrestore upon first boot. And eventually I ran *228 with no luck.
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First of all thanks for the AWESOME customized rom!

GPS, Bluetooth, Wifi, Google Play all work.

Text and phone calls are not working! When I test them with my roommate's phone, I get "android.phone has stopped unexpectedly" error. And I receive no texts.

Outgoing texts and calls seem to work just fine though!

And yes I ran the APNrestore upon first boot. And eventually I ran *228 with no luck.
What baseband are you running?
Settings, about phone, baseband.

Also,did you wipe data and cache as listed in the instructions?

Edit: This ROM is based off the EH29 baseband revision. You could try flashing the leaked EH29 corp flashing utility (located in this subforum), then flash my ROM again -- see if that solves the problem as well.
Just an afterthought.

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Just noticed this... Haven't got a phone call until today. Phone calls cause the phone app to force close. Also it didn't seem to want to wake my phone up for calls, either.

=( Someone over on another forum has the same issue.
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Just noticed this... Haven't got a phone call until today. Phone calls cause the phone app to force close. Also it didn't seem to want to wake my phone up for calls, either.

=( Someone over on another forum has the same issue.
What baseband?

Just tested my incoming and outgoing calls -- they are fine. Im running EH29 baseband.
edit: I just reproduced the error. If sound is on, it will force close. If vibrate only is on, the call will go through.
Also causes data to nerf.

Looking into it.
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Eh29.

Person over at another forum I frequent has the same problem.

[ROM] Open Vitality 1.0

I'm back on your Open Vitality 1.0 ROM with no issues with calls. EH29 baseband.

EDIT: Thanks as always for your quick response and work.
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Update: Phone bug Fixed. Applying patch now and will upload revision soon (1.1.2).

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Version 1.1.2 Live.
Please re-download.

Issues addressed:
Phone.apk force close issue SOLVED.
Eq audio enhancements REMOVED due to multiple user complaints of it being too loud.(Will make a separate flash for eq enhancements)

http://androidforums.com/vitality-all-things-root/578607-rom-openvitality-2-3-6-beta1-1-2-updated-07-09-12-a.html

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Thank you sooo much Spz0 !!!!!!

I am installing it as we speak. And as soon as I get a little money in the bank, you've got my donation, sir. You don't know how much you have helped me.
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Smile First time hacker -- Success!

Thanks Spz0. As a first time phone hacker I was able to flash my phone with no issues (Took me a little to figure out how to get CWM on there--I was worried that the "Admire" version might only work on an Admire--even though they are the same phone). Overall everything appears to be working.

Overall I like my phone and I like Cricket, I just can't stand how I can only have a small number of apps installed on my phone at a time before I run out of memory (/Data). I bought a 32GB sd card and moved as many of the apps over there as I could, but still out of memory...

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  • How do I get all of my apps back on the phone? Do I just have to re-push them from the PlayStore or is there something else I can do? (I did a Titanium Backup of my apps...is that the way, 1 at a time?)
  • I had been running "Apps Organizer" as a way to organize my apps into folders (I like things in neat categories). Does the Holo Launcher do anything like that?
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Okay so i haven't downloaded this for only one reason the vitality has a small amount of integrated memory. I am very excited to try it out once you get the ext4 version ill donate as soon as that happens thanks for the great work spz0
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Okay so i haven't downloaded this for only one reason the vitality has a small amount of integrated memory. I am very excited to try it out once you get the ext4 version ill donate as soon as that happens thanks for the great work spz0
Ext4 version isn't going to put a dent in the free space on /data m8.
Think there's about 150mb free on a fresh install currently - a good increase vs stock . I also use link2sd, which helps, but honestly I haven't run into space issues yet.
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You dont need a bluetooth device to see the prob. Just put it in airplane mode and go to the bluetooth checkbox under settings it was greyed out in mine. if you do that in stock its checkable.

I forgot to mention yesterday that the notification window slowing down the media scanner also exisits in stock.

Ill take a look at your patch when you release it i like the increased noise (i wondered if it would blow the speaker lol) but i didnt listen to notifications, alarms with that applied.

I presume you used that metro pcs 2.3.6 update and applied it to stock for this rom, if so do you know where this is on the net? I have never been able to find it.
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Ext4 version isn't going to put a dent in the free space on /data m8.
Think there's about 150mb free on a fresh install currently - a good increase vs stock . I also use link2sd, which helps, but honestly I haven't run into space issues yet.
I haven't tested this ROM yet, but if it's anything like the original OpenVitality ROM then I can confirm that it frees up quite a bit of space on our device.
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I haven't tested this ROM yet, but if it's anything like the original OpenVitality ROM then I can confirm that it frees up quite a bit of space on our device.
Theres plenty of space in system (about 40mb). I havent noticed anything different in data though (user installed apps), unless the partitions are resized I cant see how the free extra space from system can be used.
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Were the EQ enhancements removed? Seems just as loud as it was.

Otherwise, seems to be working great now.
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Were the EQ enhancements removed? Seems just as loud as it was.

Otherwise, seems to be working great now.
Haha, yeah, I may not have removed them. It was late last night. lol
I always make a copy template of my ROM to make changes on, then I apply said changes to the master copy -- I must have forgot to remove the eq files.

I'll make the changes and re-upload the ROM (same revision).
I'll also make a flashable zip for the EQ boost, and another for removal of said EQ boost, so people can have total control over the EQ mod.

Give me a few to make the changes and write up the eq script.

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Yeah I have, just had never seen a point in it. Thats just my taste personally. It works, so don't fix it.

I _may_ add it in a future release, if theres enough of a demand.
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Ok, New revision is up. Redownload.

I've also added 2 more zips. One for the EQ Boost, and another to remove EQ boost (if you just decide you dont want the mod).
I recommend redownloading the entire ROM if you have EQ boost active and dont want it (reason being is I fixed a couple more bugs, and fixed the boot animation file not looping properly (me thinks)).

~Cheers.

Oh! In regards to the phone.apk crash issue..
I was trying to use an updated phone.apk, that looked nicer, and had better functions on the incall screen (easily accessible speaker/BT/dialpad buttons, no swype-to-end-call thingy [ick..]). This was the culprit of the FC. So I had to remove it and put a stock phone.apk on the ROM. I do not like it, but it works. Im looking to update the phone.apk to a newer version, because the stock version isnt very functional compared to what I had on there prior.
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Yeah I have, just had never seen a point in it. Thats just my taste personally. It works, so don't fix it.

I _may_ add it in a future release, if theres enough of a demand.
Sounds good. I was just trying it because I like uniqueness. Im not a big fan of overlay lock screens
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Ok, New revision is up. Redownload.

I've also added 2 more zips. One for the EQ Boost, and another to remove EQ boost (if you just decide you dont want the mod).
I recommend redownloading the entire ROM if you have EQ boost active and dont want it (reason being is I fixed a couple more bugs, and fixed the boot animation file not looping properly (me thinks)).

~Cheers.

Oh! In regards to the phone.apk crash issue..
I was trying to use an updated phone.apk, that looked nicer, and had better functions on the incall screen (easily accessible speaker/BT/dialpad buttons, no swype-to-end-call thingy [ick..]). This was the culprit of the FC. So I had to remove it and put a stock phone.apk on the ROM. I do not like it, but it works. Im looking to update the phone.apk to a newer version, because the stock version isnt very functional compared to what I had on there prior.
Do you mind porting this to the admire? (the bold)
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