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  1. defTwitch

    defTwitch Member
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    SHIFTAO5P V2.5[ MODDED DROD OMFG BFS Kernel] (9/29/2011)

    V2.5
    Recompiled from the major update to the source thanks to Slayher and the CM Team.
    Added Sense NetworkLocation.apk to fix GPS issues hopefully
    DROD OMFGB BFS Kernel V1.0....seems to reduce lock screen lag.
    More tweaks to buld.prop and gps.conf
    Added custom TH3ORYROM Boot Animation
    Threw in some DROID notifications and ringtones
    Added new market 3.1.5
    Added Honeycomb lock screen font
     


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  2. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    Is this your Rom? I flashed it and had some questions
     
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  3. ahoogst

    ahoogst Well-Known Member

    I'm running this and it's pretty awesome. I came from blacksourc3 and this rom feels much more snappy. It may be the kernel which does actually seem to have reduced lockscreen lag. Also when making calls the screen auto turns off/on when placed up to your ear. Blacksourc3 wouldn't do this and it was quite annoying. 2.5.1 came out yesterday.
     
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  4. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    I'm running 2. 5.1 right now and I really like it. It feels very snappy. I was wondering if you can under clock under volt this or if I need a different kernal. I really like this Rom so far, everything I've tried to use works. For some reason on cm7 I couldn't text or make calls, kept saying I was out of the service area but this is working great so far. I love the battery icon, no going into settings to see how much juice I got left.
     
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  5. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    No, it's Droid Theory's ROM. What questions did you have? Maybe I can help
     
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  6. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    If I can under volt to save battery life with the kernal this came with
     
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  7. ahoogst

    ahoogst Well-Known Member

    No vipermod or speedtweak.sh on the BFS kernel and Incredicontrol isn't supported, so I don't think so.
     
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  8. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    What kernal do I need to under volt? I really like this Rom, trying to squeeze some more juice out of my battery
    Can I use lean kernal
     
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  9. stanlalee

    stanlalee Well-Known Member

    Imoseyon 3.7.1 AOSP kernel the only one I can confirm. I prefer it myself (only in extreme mode) and I've always been a big fan of Kangbang (name prior to changing it to Drod) AOSP kernels.
     
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  10. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    I'll look into that 3.7.1 kernal. The better battery life I can get the better. I saw there was a option of 1.4 ghz and undervolted. I wonder if it saves battery life or if the undervolt evens out the over clock. I'll give it a shot in the morning, so far I like this Rom the best. Everything works and its snappy quick
     
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  11. EinZtein

    EinZtein Android Enthusiast

    Wireless tether, GPS and Bluetooth audio working?
     
  12. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    I haven't checked any of that stuff, I don't have a Bluetooth headset so I can't check that but I can check the file sharing over Bluetooth. I'll check tether and gps later when I have another phone by me
     
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  13. EinZtein

    EinZtein Android Enthusiast

    Thanks man. I saw different posts, one was none of that stuff worked only with 627 radio.

    The Bluetooth audio was random problem.
     
  14. Can anyone tell me what this page means by "NO MATTER WHAT ROM YOU ARE COMING FROM... ENABLE A GPS LOCK PRIOR TO FLASHING!!" ??

    :DThanks!
     
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  15. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    Lol i will try real quick. If you are on the stock rom or a sense rom go to google maps and start the gps, get it to lock on your location. Like input directions to go somewhere and start the navigation it will LOCK on your location
     
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  16. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    After you do that go ahead and flash your rom and you should be good. I forgot to do it and when I tried to use maps today it said I was miles away from my actual location
     
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  17. That makes a lot of sense. I thought it meant something other than literally enabling a GPS lock. Damn English language.
     
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  18. Bman123

    Bman123 Well-Known Member

    Lol yeah some things aren't put as easy as they could be. Are you going to use this Rom?
     
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  19. Just flashed it. Restoring all of my things now. :) So far so good! (Although I just started and haven't checked anything)
     
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  20. zilla.

    zilla. Member

    So to be completely clear, to achieve a GPS lock:

    1. Open Google Maps.
    2. Wait for it to find your location.
    3. Once location is found, you are locked.
    4. Close Google Maps.
    5. Flash the ROM.

    Correct?
     
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  21. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Yeah that should work, be sure to check to make sure you have a lock after you reboot once flashed, you should be always good to be sure before you check the weather and see it has you in the wrong country
     
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  22. EinZtein

    EinZtein Android Enthusiast

    How do you set gmail ringtone to silent?

    I must be missing something, can't find

    Just found it, a little obscure coming from Sense.
     
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  24. EinZtein

    EinZtein Android Enthusiast

    Get it ... the other place
     
  25. EinZtein

    EinZtein Android Enthusiast

    That forum is down for good from what I hear.
     

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