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Problem with CFC Sense

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I want to know how you guys figured out how to get past the limitations of the Omnia 2 regarding HTC Sense 2.5

I decompressed all my manila files using cfc -df

Copied them all back to the temp\dump folder

I compressed all my manila files using cfc -if

Copied them back to the temp\dump folder again.

The entire sense looked ugly, with Rainbow Snow (copyright AMDZero 2010) all over the place.

The flip clock even flipped ugly!

I tried to get a screenshot, but after a few seconds it reloads. So I redid my flash with only a few manila files compressed with cfc -i

The picture below is the result.

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How did you guys compress your manila files and still have usable Sense?

EDIT:

I was able to do it all over again and was quick enough to get a screenshot this time...

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Do you have the right required files for a CFC compressed manila ? Like zlib_mn.dll patched manila.exe and mode9.dll ?

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Do you have the right required files for a CFC compressed manila ? Like zlib_mn.dll patched manila.exe and mode9.dll ?

probably not, I'll look into that.

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- zlib_mn needs to be present in \Windows

- Manila does NOT need to be patched to use libgles_mn (nor does this file need to be present) like on HTC devices, we've built all the CFC magic directly into the OpenGLv1 library

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- zlib_mn needs to be present in \Windows

- Manila does NOT need to be patched to use libgles_mn (nor does this file need to be present) like on HTC devices, we've built all the CFC magic directly into the OpenGLv1 library

You are the man Chainfire. I got it running smooth as butter now.

Thanks for all your hard work!

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So what was the deal? The DLL never made it to the windows directory?

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You are the man Chainfire. I got it running smooth as butter now.

Thanks for all your hard work!

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