Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by guestus, Mar 17, 2010.
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can be use this rom in galaxo rom? what "no sleep" problem?
neither spanish language??
I have the same GPS/Network location "No Sleep" bug.
Firmware is faster though.
Dont flash CSC it will erase all of your data.
wipe is always recomended, but not needed. it may work without wipe, but may not aswell
There is a "how to odin" sticky on this section of the fourms. Using those instructions, I can load up II5 or IH8. The only step I change is, instead of using those tar files, I downloaded from the link inFect gave, but it doesn't work. Odin won't even start the download, it gives some kind of error like "the tar file was too big size" (or something similar to it).
Any ideas how I can flash this ? Also, this is a Samsung ROM right? (I mean not something like MistyMod)
I think it's not official
How much memory do you have free out of interest?
About 30mb right now, but it's really snappy.
30Mb with how much stuff running? And what's free immediately after boot?
I'm on II5 with Galaxhero 1.5, and assuming i do a clean build and turn off all the nonsense with TasKiller, I get about 36Mb free. I'm 32Mb free now with nothing running.
I'm still getting rid of the damned thing, but if i can speed it up a touch in the intervening period to make my life a touch easier....
Please report about the:
1. no-sleep bug
2. general slowness after some use
3. lowered music volume with respect to 1.5
i did flash to this rom
and i think it is very nice, but i cant compare it to anything else, cuz i just got the phone yesterday
Afther startup and killall 40MB...afther few hours use +killall 35MB...thats about 5 megs better than JB2...for me...
adb working? can you try "adb bugreport" and paste first 10 lines?
Xenon asked the right questions.
But from this thread I realised that I would like to know what the 4 different files really do?
CSC: local + provider settings & programs (not needed for a working phone)
Anyway for now, I will go for transferring only the PDA (coming from JB2) cause I really can't be bothered with wiping my data every week (the way things seem to be going right now...)
Can i flash this with Drakaz recovery? I am using galaxo 1.6.1 right now.
on that note, can i flash anything with drakaz recovery other than his roms? which ones. I like the ease of doing this in the phone without ODIN...
Im on my original 1.5 firmware ver. iil2
i understand that the csc is the operator so my question is do i need it or should i skip it?
Flashed. No 'no sleep problem' of JB2/JB6 so far, at least if it was indeed caused by the wifi/network location setting.
does that mean you have NL enabled without bug?
with JC4 I notice the headphone volume goes louder. I had the phone plugged in all night but this morning I rebooted and made sure "network location" was turned on. In about an hour of being unplugged, Battery History reports 30.7% running and 14.5% screen on (I listened to music on the way to the office). Battery information reports 83% battery level. I'll try to report back where things stand at noon (Central Europe time).
I did notice Weather Bug was VERY sluggish while it struggled to figure out where I am (to me this was a symptom of the no sleep bug in the first 1.6 release). Even after I "closed" Weather Bug every 5 seconds or so the GPS icon appeared. That has since stopped, though.
So far, after about 12 hours, the new fw seems quite snappier than the previous one I had (JB2). Yeah, it's a bit sluggish, but not as slow as JB2 was on my phone. I haven't noticed an insane battery drop yet, so I don't think the no sleep bug is present, at least not yet.
How did you guys do the flashing, by the way? I flashed the pda, phone and bootloader as I usually do and it seemed to do a factory reset all by itself Was I supposed to flash the pda part only as was suggested here?
I have done single file flashing of II5, IH8 and JB2 using the 'howto' in the sticky. But the links mentioned on this thread don't work - at least, odin gives the 'size too big error'.
So, if I need to flash the image, I need to unzip the file (using jzip , I assume?) , select pda, phone & bootloader files separately in odin and just press 'Start' ? (After plugging the phone in download mode, of course)
Is this right?
I've always flashed with the separate files, I don't like using the single file flashing cause I don't want to open the tar to remove any csc-related files (I'm very prone to mistakes). If I recall correctly, I did once use a single tar, but instead of using Odin's single file flash, I put the tar into the pda, phone and boot slots and it seemed to know what to do by itself.
According to posts from the german android forum, ppl reporting that they got hit by the sleep bug..
We need moaar input :-D