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Root Sense 5 Port - Android 4.1.2 - working Bluetooth, Face Unlock

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CapThrowback, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. Tangobango

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    Hi Capt,
    I am thinking it is my phone. It works most of the time then stops working. It was a pre order feeling old lol.
    Thanks for the reply
     

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    Works fine here.
    Just got a replacement for the first time.
    Little girl knocked my device off while plugged up and broke my charging port.
    Rom working great on this second device as well as the first.
     
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    Is there a way to turn off the volume down to wake the phone?
    I ask because my music player has just started playing in my pocket and I finally figured out what the problem is.
    When you hold the volume down it starts the music player.
     
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    Awe! Awesome. :)

    100% sounds good all times.
     
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    has anyone got an error 1012 when updating your prl & profile on r24?
     
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    For what it's worth, still running MAC Kernel and ran the ROM through OMJ's Odexer Script. Buttery. Just Buttery. :D
     
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    I really should look into how to fix that, or rather, how to un-mod it, since it was like that when I got it, apparently.

    Just checked, and it works for me on both WiFi and LTE. Sounds like a Sprint issue #blamesprint.
     
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    Hi,
    Could you please post where I can find the Mac Kernal?
    Thanks
     
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    I just did a clean flash of r24 coming from Viper ROM, and had the same issue with Hotmail. Wiped cache/dalvik with no success, but discovered if I went directly into manual setup for Hotmail (prior to typing any acct info), it let me set it up. If I started populating username/password prior to selecting manual setup, it'd crash. Odd, but that's what I did to workaround it. It's the only issue I've seen so far, great work on the ROM and many thanks CT!
     
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    Thanks CT, Other than this the ROM running super smooth.
     
  13. CapThrowback

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    Why manual setup?
     
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    If I let it do the Hotmail config automatically it would never advance to the next screen. Only way I can get anywhere on the Mail app/Hotmail selection is if I go straight to manual setup.
     
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    That's very weird. I've never tried manual setup; the automatic setup has always worked fine for me, whether I do it in the initial setup, or later through the Accounts & Sync Settings. I'm really not sure why you're having this issue.
     
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    The only issue I've found that bothered me on your latest release is with my e-mail. When trying to add one of my accounts using pop/imap, it won't find the settings automatically so I had to manually configure it. On Yankee's latest release it finds my settings automatically and configures the accounts. Far from a deal breaker, just thought I'd let you know though.
     
  17. CapThrowback

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    That's easy enough to fix. I didn't grab all of the stock e-mail Settings from the stock ROM. I did grab the Hotmail ones, because I use that ;). I can re-add them, but you'll really only notice that on a fresh flash anyway. If you look in the ROM at /system/customize/MNS/default.xml, you'll notice a much shorter list than the below one.
    Code (Text):
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    267.           <item name="useSSLin">1</item>
    268.           <item name="useSSLout">1</item>
    269.           <item name="providerGroup">Yahoo</item>
    270.         </set>
    271.         <set name="plenty" max="10">
    272.           <item name="provider">Telecom NZ</item>
    273.           <item name="domain">xtra.co.nz</item>
    274.           <item name="inserver">htc.imap.mail.yahoo.com</item>
    275.           <item name="inport">993</item>
    276.           <item name="outserver">htc.smtp.mail.yahoo.com</item>
    277.           <item name="outport">465</item>
    278.           <item name="inprotocol">IMAP</item>
    279.           <item name="useSSLin">1</item>
    280.           <item name="useSSLout">1</item>
    281.           <item name="providerGroup">Yahoo</item>
    282.         </set>
    283.         <set name="plenty" max="10">
    284.           <item name="provider">China</item>
    285.           <item name="domain">alibaba.com.cn</item>
    286.           <item name="inserver">htc.imap.mail.yahoo.com</item>
    287.           <item name="inport">993</item>
    288.           <item name="outserver">htc.smtp.mail.yahoo.com</item>
    289.           <item name="outport">465</item>
    290.           <item name="inprotocol">IMAP</item>
    291.           <item name="useSSLin">1</item>
    292.           <item name="useSSLout">1</item>
    293.           <item name="providerGroup">Yahoo</item>
    294.         </set>
    295.         <set name="plenty" max="10">
    296.           <item name="provider">Comcast</item>
    297.           <item name="domain">comcast.net</item>
    298.           <item name="inserver">mail.comcast.net</item>
    299.           <item name="inport">995</item>
    300.           <item name="outserver">smtp.comcast.net</item>
    301.           <item name="outport">465</item>
    302.           <item name="inprotocol">POP</item>
    303.           <item name="useSSLin">1</item>
    304.           <item name="useSSLout">1</item>
    305.         </set>
    306.       </function>
    307.  
    That's what in the stock ROM. I think I only use a third of that, but there's no reason I can't add them all back. They were all just missing from sun_dream's original port and I only personally cared about Hotmail :rolleyes:.

    EDIT: r25 committed with updated file.
     
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    Seems pretty simple if you know what you're doing. I'm not so lazy that I can't manually configure things though. You did enough just getting the rom together. My phone hasn't run this good in a while. I'm talking not one fc, no random reboots, no manual reboots, its been heaven:rock:
     
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    Try replacing the file I updated in r25 in the ROM zip and clean flash, and let me know if that fixes your Hotmail issue. If it doesn't, I'm officially out of ideas.
     
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    Anyone test the latest builds with Zoe?
     
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    Don't bother. It doesn't work. I'm probably going to revert back to r25, since that stuff was posted without proper testing. I spent some time testing that stuff today, and while I was able to get a Zoe to record, it didn't render properly. It needs kernel support, which I won't be building at this time. Not while I'm using my work phone as my main testing device.
     
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    Downloaded and installed R27 this morning. This is my first time running this ROM. Camera fails to open every time. I see others mentioning that their cameras work. Is this a possible new issue with R27 or am I missing something?

    Also, any attachment, such as a PDF file I've received in Gmail does not open. Just a black screen. They all open on a desktop, though. Any suggestions?
     
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    I assume you're not using my latest uploaded zip (r24). The post right before yours explains what happened with the latest versions (after r25).
     
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    I downloaded through SVN last night and when it was done, it said it was R27. I did read the post earlier about R24 and expected for that to pop up in the SVN, but I know sometimes you work so fast I thought that maybe you had already moved on to R27. :D Where can I get R24? I thought everything was through SVN.


    EDIT: Never mind. I figured it out. I hadn't used SVN in a while and was having minor brain fart. Haha!
     
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    r28 uploading now which reverts the Zoe testing changes. I don't anticipate doing anymore work on this one, as it runs pretty well now, and our focus is on getting 4.2.2/4.3 fully running (which may not be possible until we get our official update anyway). But we'll see, I guess.
     
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