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Streakdroid 2.3

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24 hours done.

Only a couple of lock ups but resolved itself

Apart from that very impressed

Headphones working great. Playing alot of music today

Alot of 3g surfing

Afew pics taken

Facebook twitter and g+

Tapatalk

Youtube

Heavy use today because ive just moved to giffgaff. Unlimited data, whoop

Unplugged at 7.

Reporting at 1630

Battery = 41% with brightness at 50%

pretty good imho

Thanks fards and the team. Quadrant of just over 1500 and the planet animation runs at over 50 fps. Like it

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Hi,

I will upgrade from 2.2 rom, so I will factory reset.

But I don't know in which order should I do.

Shall I first factory reset then update, or first update then factory reset ?

Also, which factory reset I should use ?

from recovery or from Android ?

thx

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I factory reset before and after. Not sure if that is correct lol, but it works for me

Ive always used the factory reset on the dell screen just before launching streakmod/clockwork. As I understand clockwork reset doesnt completely work with streak

Maybe someone will confirm that

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thanks.

how can I get root on this rom ?

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It is rooted

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I'm sorry. my old titanium backup said it was not rooted.

Then I installed new one and now it's ok.

But the rom doesn't have tun and cifs modules.

I'll try to build them myself.

Is the Gingerbread kernel source of Steve suitable for this one ?

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I'm sorry. my old titanium backup said it was not rooted.

Then I installed new one and now it's ok.

But the rom doesn't have tun and cifs modules.

I'll try to build them myself.

Is the Gingerbread kernel source of Steve suitable for this one ?

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I'm sorry. my old titanium backup said it was not rooted.

Then I installed new one and now it's ok.

But the rom doesn't have tun and cifs modules.

I'll try to build them myself.

Is the Gingerbread kernel source of Steve suitable for this one ?

steve doesn't have any gingerbread kernel source and the answer is NO.

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sorry I had thought that the following was at Steve's site.

anyway, you say it's not suitable...

https://github.com/f...ak5-GingerBread

I'll give it a try...

I compiled tunnel module for this kernel and it works beautifully :)

if anyone needs , just let me know.

now I am trying to build cifs module....

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OK; I've built cifs.ko but it was not as lucky as the tunnel module.

I got the following errors :


cifs: Unknown symbol slow_work_register_use

cifs: Unknown symbol slow_work_enqueue

does anyone know how to disable these features in module ?

the precompiled kernel that Fards has supplied doesn't support these features...

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found following information on another thread:


You'll need to change kernel/slow-work.c to be compiled as a module which is not very hard:


move kernel/slow-work.c in fs/slow-work/slow-work.c

remove "config SLOW_WORK" from init/Kconfig

create fs/slow-work/Kconfig with config SLOW_WORK as tristate and add it to fs/Kconfig (source fs/slow_work/Kconfig)

create fs/slow-work/Makefile with obj-$(CONFIG_SLOW_WORK) += slow-work.o and add it to fs/Makefile: obj-$(CONFIG_SLOW_WORK) += slow-work/

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Then, some useful commands:


adb shell

su

insmod slow-work.ko

insmod cifs.ko

lsmod | grep cifs

dmesg


mount -o username=guest -t cifs //IP/SHARE /mnt/cifs

(or CifsManager)


...also add "iocharset=utf8" in CifsManager's options field (non-latin characters support).

will try tomorrow...

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Mrmrmr check steves original sd20 thread at least on xda, i added a zip with lots of modules to it. Fairly sure it was before my 2.0b1 zip, but they are in there as well

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Hello i'm Hungary. I dont speak english. He would be a question of mine. How it is necessary to refresh it the DSP-t?I hope so somebody can help.

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Fards,

I've already compiled tun and it is working.

cifs is compiled as well but it is not working because the kernel does not have the slow_work option enabled and the source at your github requires slow_work.

So, how did you build a working cifs module ?

Do you have other sources ?

Also, where ,n the thread is your post with modules ?

thx.

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ok; I've found it.

but it does not include cifs...

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Hello i'm Hungary. I dont speak english. He would be a question of mine. How it is necessary to refresh it the DSP-t?I hope so somebody can help.

As far as I know the AMSS and DSP1 you must flash are the developer versions

I maybe wrong but its likely that these roms make use of things only available in the developer versions

If you were asking how to flash then its easy :P

1) Download Fards AMSS and DSP zip on the main page

2) Download my attachment and extract

http://www.mediafire.com/?x706g42bydhm66v

3) Extract AMSS and DPS into the "2.3" folder

4) Power off your streak, power on while holding the "camera" button and enter fast-boot mode

5) Connect your USB cable and open "go.bat"

6) Press any key when prompted to go through the stages of "go.bat"

Almost exactly the same steps as when you flashed clockwork recovery! If you haven't done this or you have driver issues that you can't solve then perhaps you shouldn't be doing this :o

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As far as I know the AMSS and DSP1 you must flash are the developer versions

I maybe wrong but its likely that these roms make use of things only available in the developer versions

If you were asking how to flash then its easy :P

1) Download Fards AMSS and DSP zip on the main page

2) Download my attachment and extract

http://www.mediafire...x706g42bydhm66v

3) Extract AMSS and DPS into the "2.3" folder

4) Power off your streak, power on while holding the "camera" button and enter fast-boot mode

5) Connect your USB cable and open "go.bat"

6) Press any key when prompted to go through the stages of "go.bat"

Almost exactly the same steps as when you flashed clockwork recovery! If you haven't done this or you have driver issues that you can't solve then perhaps you shouldn't be doing this :o

Thanks!biggrin.gif

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found following information on another thread:


You'll need to change kernel/slow-work.c to be compiled as a module which is not very hard:


move kernel/slow-work.c in fs/slow-work/slow-work.c

remove "config SLOW_WORK" from init/Kconfig

create fs/slow-work/Kconfig with config SLOW_WORK as tristate and add it to fs/Kconfig (source fs/slow_work/Kconfig)

create fs/slow-work/Makefile with obj-$(CONFIG_SLOW_WORK) += slow-work.o and add it to fs/Makefile: obj-$(CONFIG_SLOW_WORK) += slow-work/

-------


Then, some useful commands:


adb shell

su

insmod slow-work.ko

insmod cifs.ko

lsmod | grep cifs

dmesg


mount -o username=guest -t cifs //IP/SHARE /mnt/cifs

(or CifsManager)


...also add "iocharset=utf8" in CifsManager's options field (non-latin characters support).

will try tomorrow...
I did exactly what it says above but when I try to compile SLOW_WORK as a module , I get the error:

symbol value 'm' invalid for SLOW_WORK

how can I definitely state that is a module ?

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for anyone having rotation issues can you delete the sensors.qsd8k and sensors.8x50 from the /system/lib/hw/ folder so that there is only the sensors.default.so in there please.

I'll update the first post, then make a complete rom.zip tomorrow as b2, to simplyfy it , I cant upload now too late :D

Hey fards and everyone else

Good work on progressing this further, really prefer the subtle changes in the Gingerbread interface over Froyo one.

Just wondering if you have updated the zip file and if so is it just a case of flashing AMSS, DSP and the zip in First post?

Keep up the great work everyone

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Hey fards and everyone else

Good work on progressing this further, really prefer the subtle changes in the Gingerbread interface over Froyo one.

Just wondering if you have updated the zip file and if so is it just a case of flashing AMSS, DSP and the zip in First post?

Keep up the great work everyone

Beta 2 is the most recent zip. Contains new kernel. All info is in 1st post

So yes. Just flash amss, dsp and beta 2 zip.

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Beta 2 is the most recent zip. Contains new kernel. All info is in 1st post

So yes. Just flash amss, dsp and beta 2 zip.

Sent from my Dell Streak using Tapatalk

Thanks, thats what i thought but wanted to make sure first

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yes you're going to be in for a bit of a shock.

make sure you read the first page properly :D

37 hours of use and I've just stuck it on charge at 10%

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I did exactly what it says above but when I try to compile SLOW_WORK as a module , I get the error:


symbol value 'm' invalid for SLOW_WORK

how can I definitely state that is a module ?

that isn't going to work as slow-work needs to be defined when the kernel is being built I think, whether as a module of not.

I'll have a quick look, but pretty sure it wont play

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yes you're going to be in for a bit of a shock.

make sure you read the first page properly :D

37 hours of use and I've just stuck it on charge at 10%

How did you manage to get 37 hours out of it? :D

As soon as I start playing around with mine if freezes and reboots :rolleyes:

Is anyone else getting the same issue or is it just me?

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