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Sleep Of Death - Your Setup

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i use everthing exept the cpu libs mentioned. running for 39hours now without SOD.

(probably i'll get one in 5mins :D )

For me only way to avoid SOD is SetCpu and setting min to 266MHz...tried 133, it works for a while, but after some time issue came back.

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For me only way to avoid SOD is SetCpu and setting min to 266MHz...tried 133, it works for a while, but after some time issue came back.

SetCPU is not needed. Just use mount.sh from kgp700.

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SetCPU is not needed. Just use mount.sh from kgp700.

could someone make an O2b2update file for his changes?

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could someone make an O2b2update file for his changes?

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Just take mount.sh from kgp700 package and rename to o2b2update.sh and put on Mystorage. It worked. :D

PS: Its on neok_om2android_beta2_ver2_9r1.zip>ext2.tar>ext2>system>etc >>>mount.sh

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Just take mount.sh from kgp700 package and rename to o2b2update.sh and put on Mystorage. It worked. :D

PS: Its on neok_om2android_beta2_ver2_9r1.zip>ext2.tar>ext2>system>etc >>>mount.sh

Can you tell me where I can find that package? (neok_om2android_beta2_ver2_9r1.zip)

Does it really help with SOD problem? no more SOD? :(

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Can you tell me where I can find that package? (neok_om2android_beta2_ver2_9r1.zip)

Does it really help with SOD problem? no more SOD? :D

Here

Im justing testing, untill now no sod and no freeze.

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Here

Im justing testing, untill now no sod and no freeze.

Tnx! Will report tomorrow my results. :D Had to sleep now!

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Just take mount.sh from kgp700 package and rename to o2b2update.sh and put on Mystorage. It worked. :D

PS: Its on neok_om2android_beta2_ver2_9r1.zip>ext2.tar>ext2>system>etc >>>mount.sh

If only rename it to o2b2update.sh it will work... but only once, because then this file is deleted. It should be replaced in /system/etc/

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If only rename it to o2b2update.sh it will work... but only once, because then this file is deleted. It should be replaced in /system/etc/

Ok! Thanks. We so must put mount.sh in folder named "etc" and put this into other named "system" and tar it to o2b2update.tar and after all compress it to o2b2update.tar.gz. dragging it to Mystorage.

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so anyone sharing o2b2update file they made?

as for sleep of death voytechst seems to be right about the cpu driver. i have lots of issues with it.

i also think the min proc speed has something to do with it.

3d drivers is possible to

task killer not sure as it doesnt seem to bother it

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Hi all,

first post among Omnia2droid...

i tested the beta1, beta2, different updates, for about a month now...

I found out that widgets can be couse of SOD in beta2, mostly clock+weather widgets.

I was having a very stable beta2 (no 3/3 update), after i istalled some progs from market i was starting to have random SOD, some freezes

Now I removed all widgets from home. My droid is SOD free... for days now... Later I dicovered that the clock widget was the problematic one, maybe related to weather and other refresh from 3G.

I tried beta2+3/3update, for me is a step back in terms of stability... i get random freezes, I think is sensors related, sensors are still a mess, magnetic compas is having a +-15° error (thats 30°!), level sensor working but not as responsive as is should be, but games are playable, google sky sensormotion is not smooth at all... I'm stuck with no 3/3 update for now.

Setup:

-beta2

-My Storage / EXT3 / 1024MB

-Stu's 2d3d drivers (3D ~ 100)

-CPUlibs 1.3 (linpack ~ 8 Mflops)

Battery drain isn't so good (1h-->5-8% in sleep mode)

CSC: I8000NXXIL2

WIMO: 6.5.5. (some old lite (GM) rom)

devs: good work, you rock!

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I've detected three main causes of SOD:

- newest cpu libs (these from beta 2 are ok)

- advanced task killer

- stu2k 2d/3d drivers - BUT they are ok if You will copy ONLY following files (format: size file_name):

@ voyteckst

Can you post an O2b2update with only necessary lib?

thanks

My Setup is:

- beta2

- MyStorage / EXT4 / 1024MB

- update_20110303

- stu's 2d/3d drivers

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i had a veryvery long time no probs with my current setup (~ 60hours !!), but today everytime after reboot SOD imm. now no GUI anymore. and random crashes.

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I've detected three main causes of SOD:

- newest cpu libs (these from beta 2 are ok)

- advanced task killer

- stu2k 2d/3d drivers - BUT they are ok if You will copy ONLY following files (format: size file_name):

system/lib:  

36108 libEGL.so

21424 libGLESv1_CM.so

17328 libGLESv2.so

17544 libs3c2drender.so

170856 libsurfaceflinger.so


system/lib/egl:  

21 egl.cfg

21752 libChunkAlloc.so

76972 libEGL_fimg.so

114092 libGLES_android.so

3520112 libGLESv1_CM_fimg.so

2433848 libGLESv2_fimg.so


system/lib/hw:  

5280 copybit.GT-I5700.so

14060 gralloc.GT-I5700.so

as far as i see, i only needed to remove the libdvm. tried that but then the phone doesn't boot with the latest updates, get something about processes ending that are not tracked and also error loading libandroid_servers.

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as far as i see, i only needed to remove the libdvm. tried that but then the phone doesn't boot with the latest updates, get something about processes ending that are not tracked and also error loading libandroid_servers.

You need reinstall from scratch, cause drives were already in use on library.

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You need reinstall from scratch, cause drives were already in use on library.

It was a reinstall from scratch, I use a shell script in Ubuntu applying all patches (with exception of the sensors symlink which is done upon first boot).

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It was a reinstall from scratch, I use a shell script in Ubuntu applying all patches (with exception of the sensors symlink which is done upon first boot).

If you use mystorage try this pack: lastupdatepack

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I'm desperate with SOD. I've tried every configuration, every pack, every "trick", every library but SOD are still bugging me.

The most common SOD I suffer take place when I turn on the mobile in the morning (fully charged) and I execute Haret after WM is completely loaded. I use Android for a while and keep it in my bag to start working.... but after 2 hours (my first "time-out") I always find the mobile hanged up in SOD and the battery almost drained.

The battery consumption while SOD is awesome ¡¡¡¡ The battery is fully discharged from 100% to 0% in only 3 hours of SOD.

Meanwhile SOD don't be solved Android is completely unusable. I can't afford to run out of my battery when I'm in a journey because of SOD. Consequences will be disastrous.

Bye.

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I'm desperate with SOD. I've tried every configuration, every pack, every "trick", every library but SOD are still bugging me.

The most common SOD I suffer take place when I turn on the mobile in the morning (fully charged) and I execute Haret after WM is completely loaded. I use Android for a while and keep it in my bag to start working.... but after 2 hours (my first "time-out") I always find the mobile hanged up in SOD and the battery almost drained.

The battery consumption while SOD is awesome ¡¡¡¡ The battery is fully discharged from 100% to 0% in only 3 hours of SOD.

Meanwhile SOD don't be solved Android is completely unusable. I can't afford to run out of my battery when I'm in a journey because of SOD. Consequences will be disastrous.

Bye.

Have you tested dont enable wifi after android run after boot? It can be the cause, wifi dont going off properly.

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Have you tested dont enable wifi after android run after boot? It can be the cause, wifi dont going off properly.

I don't enable anything at all, neither 3G. After this first SOD of the day I boot in WM, recharge the phone, boot Android again and it works fine to the end of the day. No more SOD.

So it's quite clear that SOD is related in any way to the "power status", in fact while the phone is plugged to the power supply I don't expect any SOD. It's delirious ¡ :D

Bye.

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If you use mystorage try this pack: lastupdatepack

thanks a lot for that. diff-ing to my setup, it seems the critical part are the 3d drivers. just one thing - your package does not include the Feb 10 update that fixes the 3G DNS issue, which prevented the use of 3G at all. maybe let users know about that or have it included.

now my phone seems quite fast and stable :D

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thanks a lot for that. diff-ing to my setup, it seems the critical part are the 3d drivers. just one thing - your package does not include the Feb 10 update that fixes the 3G DNS issue, which prevented the use of 3G at all. maybe let users know about that or have it included.

now my phone seems quite fast and stable :D

The Feb 10 update is not included, cause it is a particular stand alone update, I dont use it, but if somebody wish that, just put in my storage and run Haret. :D

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