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[STOPPED] CyanogenMod Beta2 Omnia 2 (updated: 04.05.2012)

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Hello

How i can replace the modules on ext4 with windows ???

Can i ???

using the root explorer in our phone

or install ubuntu is the fastest way

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I think this has something to do with the fact that this doesn't work for people who has installed android on the sd card... I also tried deleting dalvik-cache... but no success

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I think this has something to do with the fact that this doesn't work for people who has installed android on the sd card... I also tried deleting dalvik-cache... but no success

I have installed android in internal storage.

Here are my results with the new zImage:

old zImage + new modules installed = boot (no phone signal/no wlan)

new zImage + new modules installed = not boot

new zImage + old modules = not boot

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I have installed android in internal storage.

Here are my results with the new zImage:

old zImage + new modules installed = boot (no phone signal/no wlan)

new zImage + new modules installed = not boot

new zImage + old modules = not boot

Kernel a plus modules b and vice versa will never work.

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yes, to make it clear

new zimage + modules installed = not boot

new zimage + old modules =boot (no vibration/phone signal/camera)

old zimage + new modules installed =boot (no vibration/phone signal/camera)

:o

I have installed android in internal storage.

Here are my results with the new zImage:

old zImage + new modules installed = boot (no phone signal/no wlan)

new zImage + new modules installed = not boot

new zImage + old modules = not boot

Kernel a plus modules b and vice versa will never work.

Sorry for the late reply. I think I know what's the cause. It's the param.ko - the samsung legacy code that caused all those troubles. I stopped loading it in my first few days of hacking. The code doesn't do much but is ugly as hell.

To fix, comment out the insmod param.ko line in init.rc, or simply remove the ko file. It shouldn't have been built in the first place, but I just forgot to kill it in the config. Your line should look like:

#insmod /modules/param.ko

And it should work no matter where you installed the system, sdcard or otherwise, so long as the modules reside in the /modules directory of the root filesystem (or more precisely, where your startup scripts can find them.)

@erikcas: I read somewhere you are running B7610, right? I only own an I8000, and likely you won't be able to use the binaries directly. But I believe you can roll your own and it should work since I haven't touched any modules32 code except for some obvious stuff.

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Sorry for the late reply. I think I know what's the cause. It's the param.ko - the samsung legacy code that caused all those troubles. I stopped loading it in my first few days of hacking. The code doesn't do much but is ugly as hell.

To fix, comment out the insmod param.ko line in init.rc, or simply remove the ko file. It shouldn't have been built in the first place, but I just forgot to kill it in the config. Your line should look like:

#insmod /modules/param.ko

And it should work no matter where you installed the system, sdcard or otherwise, so long as the modules reside in the /modules directory of the root filesystem (or more precisely, where your startup scripts can find them.)

@erikcas: I read somewhere you are running B7610, right? I only own an I8000, and likely you won't be able to use the binaries directly. But I believe you can roll your own and it should work since I haven't touched any modules32 code except for some obvious stuff.

Diffs are mostly in gpio settings and they don't change :-) so I can use your mods without editing. Thanx

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Sorry for the late reply. I think I know what's the cause. It's the param.ko - the samsung legacy code that caused all those troubles. I stopped loading it in my first few days of hacking. The code doesn't do much but is ugly as hell.

To fix, comment out the insmod param.ko line in init.rc, or simply remove the ko file. It shouldn't have been built in the first place, but I just forgot to kill it in the config. Your line should look like:

#insmod /modules/param.ko

And it should work no matter where you installed the system, sdcard or otherwise, so long as the modules reside in the /modules directory of the root filesystem (or more precisely, where your startup scripts can find them.)

@erikcas: I read somewhere you are running B7610, right? I only own an I8000, and likely you won't be able to use the binaries directly. But I believe you can roll your own and it should work since I haven't touched any modules32 code except for some obvious stuff.

working now

widget selector is very fast

but wi-fi is error

any other expected improvement?

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just make a video on its difference

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ok, solved! the phone feels snapier, thanks ipaq!

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How to get this improvement?

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Widget Selector looks snappier, any pointers towards Battery Management, Please!!!

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hello every body

i have a question!

while i was browsing the kernel change set i found

that the reserved memory configuration is some how mysterious

like following:

#define DRAM_END_ADDR (UL(0x65000000))

#define RESERVED_PMEM_END_ADDR (DRAM_END_ADDR)

.

#define RESERVED_G3D (63 * 1024 * 1024)

.

#define RESERVED_PMEM (16 * 1024 * 1024)

.

#define G3D_RESERVED_START (RESERVED_PMEM_END_ADDR - RESERVED_G3D) //0x6500 0000-0x03F0 0000=0x6110 0000

#define RESERVED_PMEM_START (G3D_RESERVED_START - RESERVED_PMEM) //0x6110 00000-0x0100 0000=0x0x6010 0000

#define PHYS_UNRESERVED_SIZE (RESERVED_PMEM_START - UL(0x60000000)) //0x6010 0000-0x6000 0000=0x0010 0000 =1 M

... so shouldn't we do some changes ... just wondering

cheers

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hello every body

i have a question!

while i was browsing the kernel change set i found

that the reserved memory configuration is some how mysterious

like following:

#define DRAM_END_ADDR (UL(0x65000000))

#define RESERVED_PMEM_END_ADDR (DRAM_END_ADDR)

.

#define RESERVED_G3D (63 * 1024 * 1024)

.

#define RESERVED_PMEM (16 * 1024 * 1024)

.

#define G3D_RESERVED_START (RESERVED_PMEM_END_ADDR - RESERVED_G3D) //0x6500 0000-0x03F0 0000=0x6110 0000

#define RESERVED_PMEM_START (G3D_RESERVED_START - RESERVED_PMEM) //0x6110 00000-0x0100 0000=0x0x6010 0000

#define PHYS_UNRESERVED_SIZE (RESERVED_PMEM_START - UL(0x60000000)) //0x6010 0000-0x6000 0000=0x0010 0000 =1 M

... so shouldn't we do some changes ... just wondering

cheers

What is mysterious? Size? It is set to this to avoid white squares in games.

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If his count is right we would have just 1MB for this bank:

mi->nr_banks = 2;

mi->bank[0].start = UL(0x50000000);

mi->bank[0].size = (128 * 1024 * 1024);

mi->bank[0].node = PHYS_TO_NID(0x50000000);

mi->bank[1].start = UL(0x60000000);

mi->bank[1].size = PHYS_UNRESERVED_SIZE;

mi->bank[1].node = PHYS_TO_NID(0x60000000);

But wouldn't work with just 1MB ... i tried to manage this values for who don't need game performance but this HexValues still a "mysterious" for me.

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Just install manually to my storage.

I though it is perfect, until found it does not accept incoming call. (call out is OK)

solved after reinstall

then I patched with cm_update_wm.sh, then it cannot connect to network at all.

another issue is after start the camera, it ask to insert a sdcard before using camera, my /mnt/sdcard and /sdcard is working.

thanks for any suggestion.

I had the same issue, I solved it through some research.

Don't delete /mnt in /media/system/system/etc\ vold.fstab

as described in

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hey :D

i'm sorry about this stupid question but I want to install CyanogenMod beta 2 to my 4gb micro sdhc (class 4) and I can't find any

instructions or guides..(just something in spain but it doesn't work for me

... if i start the autoinstall.exe it stops and says: error: .......

do you want to continue?

YES/NO?

but I can't type enything because i don't have a keyboard....)

I'm sorry...my english language is not the best ...^^'

could someone post an instruction or somekind like this, please? :)

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hey :D

i'm sorry about this stupid question but I want to install CyanogenMod beta 2 to my 4gb micro sdhc (class 4) and I can't find any

instructions or guides..(just something in spain but it doesn't work for me

... if i start the autoinstall.exe it stops and says: error: .......

do you want to continue?

YES/NO?

but I can't type enything because i don't have a keyboard....)

I'm sorry...my english language is not the best ...^^'

could someone post an instruction or somekind like this, please? :)

There are couple of threads on how to install.

To start with :

Video guide:

The best option: Search the forum ;)

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I follow the guide in page 94 and i succesfully installed manual in my storage of my Omnia 2 Beta 2 and works OK

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Hi there!

I watch this video:

Why his Omnia is too fast? I have class10 microSDHC card too. In comments he wrote about some system improvements, dont you know what he means?

Thanks in advance!

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Hi there!

I watch this video:

Why his Omnia is too fast? I have class10 microSDHC card too. In comments he wrote about some system improvements, dont you know what he means?

Thanks in advance!

actually my class 4 sd card got similar speed when with animation off

I think the smooth performance of angrry bird is becuase we are looking through the video

actually, in the first mission in angry birds

my i8000 also got good performance too

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There are couple of threads on how to install.

To start with :

http://windows.modac...dated-12012012/

Video guide:

http://windows.modac...y-using-ubuntu/

The best option: Search the forum wink.gif

hey

thanks for your help :)

but I've already use the search function but didn't find the instruction to how to install it on my sd card...(there are just guides for how to do this on my storage)

and i've already saw thet video but there is just shown the instalation on "my storage"..... or can I use the the same instruction for my sdcard?

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actually my class 4 sd card got similar speed when with animation off

I think the smooth performance of angrry bird is becuase we are looking through the video

actually, in the first mission in angry birds

my i8000 also got good performance too

Exactly. The animation can really slow down the device by introuducing unncessary delays, and giving a false sense of device running slow.

And interestingly my Quarant score is consistently better than his reported figure:

AHB133+CPU800 Q

382 = cpu 724 mem 314 io 671 2d 142 3d 61

375 = cpu 723 mem 325 io 621 2d 144 3d 60

389 = cpu 743 mem 359 io 641 2d 141 3d 60


AHB166+CPU666 Q

389 = cpu 626 mem 354 io 717 2d 168 3d 81

404 = cpu 622 mem 410 io 744 2d 170 3d 75

393 = cpu 619 mem 372 io 741 2d 167 3d 66

421 = cpu 630 mem 435 io 800 2d 168 3d 74


AHB166+CPU800 Q

414 = cpu 730 mem 418 io 705 2d 149 3d 68

418 = cpu 729 mem 457 io 684 2d 147 3d 71

422 = cpu 737 mem 436 io 715 2d 146 3d 74

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actually my class 4 sd card got similar speed when with animation off

I think the smooth performance of angrry bird is becuase we are looking through the video

actually, in the first mission in angry birds

my i8000 also got good performance too

The first 15 levels of angrybirds have 0% lag for me. It is just like playing on an Galaxy S2 at those levels.

My UI is actually alot smoother than that though

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Exactly. The animation can really slow down the device by introuducing unncessary delays, and giving a false sense of device running slow.

And interestingly my Quarant score is consistently better than his reported figure:

AHB133+CPU800 Q

382 = cpu 724 mem 314 io 671 2d 142 3d 61

375 = cpu 723 mem 325 io 621 2d 144 3d 60

389 = cpu 743 mem 359 io 641 2d 141 3d 60


AHB166+CPU666 Q

389 = cpu 626 mem 354 io 717 2d 168 3d 81

404 = cpu 622 mem 410 io 744 2d 170 3d 75

393 = cpu 619 mem 372 io 741 2d 167 3d 66

421 = cpu 630 mem 435 io 800 2d 168 3d 74


AHB166+CPU800 Q

414 = cpu 730 mem 418 io 705 2d 149 3d 68

418 = cpu 729 mem 457 io 684 2d 147 3d 71

422 = cpu 737 mem 436 io 715 2d 146 3d 74

what is ahb? is it gpu?

our device run really slow in quadrant 2.0 x_x

by the way are you working on the kernel ??

is kerenl 3.0 possible ? :)

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What I think what happens when you overclock the AHB is that the communication between your hardware parts gets faster which could speed up the phone =)

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