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

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USB works after a few restarts :)

Time still wrong, I boot with 3g connection, also did airplane on-off but no luck, may be is just me, may be is because Froyo reports my phone number as Unknown, any way i can always use a workaround.

Thanks Devs!!! better everyday

Having the same problem on you for the time problem.

When SOD, plug out the battery and reset the phone and when WM comes up the time becomes 01.01.2005.

Don't even to bother and load to Android immediately, but initial time for Android B3 also same as WM time as year 2005.

What I've done is using ClockSync from Market and set it boot on startup to resolve the problem.

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Multiple post due to network problem.

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Multiple post due to network problem.

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With Beta 2 i could only use 3G - HDSPA. Now, with beta 3, i can only use 2G - Edge and i can't disable "Only 2G connections". Checkede phone info in *#*#4636#*#* and i get "GSM Only" and can't change it. Need to use WCDMA to enable 3G, is there any workarround this?

Have you try to disconnect the data then followed by disable untick 2G only?

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Again, why you need to type all in BOLD text? LOL.

The correct entry will be /etc/fstab.

If you mount it under ubuntu, it should be something like /media/system/.

So u'll need to create the fstab under /media/system/system/etc/

To find out which slice, simply launch any GUI partition tool in ubuntu or using parted/fdisk command and u'll seeing the slice number.

Don't be too so frustrated by using the escalation mark!!!

We'll all learning.blink.gif

Thank you so much and sorry for the use of bold

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Hi Voyteckst,

For my own device looks like network wasn't very stable at all.

Example: It just happened and out of sudden the phone lost its network.

Logcat shown as below,

I/ActivityManager( 2001): Start proc com.google.android.apps.uploader for broadcast com.google.android.apps.uploader/.ConnectivityBroadcastReceiver: pid=5901 uid=10032 gids={3003}

I/ActivityManager( 2001): Process com.google.android.gm (pid 5893) has died.

I/ActivityManager( 2001): Low Memory: No more background processes.

D/dalvikvm( 5875): GREF has increased to 201

D/dalvikvm( 5875): GC_FOR_MALLOC freed 11145 objects / 655608 bytes in 118ms

# free

total used free shared buffers

Mem: 124188 118060 6128 0 1332

Swap: 208804 18096 190708

Total: 332992 136156 196836

Can you advice on this?

Thanks a lot.

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Btw, sometime after boot up the network either can not be found or data network cant be used and I had to do a reboot again to gain back to network. Anyone encountered this before?

+1, just once, the first time.

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U need to create another partition in 'my storage'.

For me I'm using MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition.

So for my setting: P1-> My Storage (FAT32), P2-> system (Ext4, Recommended is 1GB), P3->Linux Swap. (Recommended is 128MB)

After done it, connect to your linux system and use the paritition tool to view it parition slice number.

For me,

My Storage -> /dev/sdb1 (mmcblk1p1)

system->/dev/sdb5 (mmcblk1p5)

swap->/dev/sdb6 (mmcblk1p6)

After untar ext4.tar.gz into your ext4 partition, go to system/etc and create a new file name called 'fstab' and add below entry. (Please put in your own swap partition number correctly)

/dev/block/mmcblk1p6 swap swap defaults 0 0

Also remember to add edit init.rc for the correct partition name on storage and sdcard.

By default sdcard had been disabled.

Thx!!! only cant understan te edit.rc file...can u give me? upload here plz and or tell me where i can find it.

te fstab file, is a txt archive?

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Dear Voyteckst

I have notice that bluetooth cannot transfer files larger than 50Kb ????

it say transfer stop by user in sending and recieving

Am I wrong ??

my classmate(Nokia E63) sent me a 700kb mp3 file using bluebooth successfully, but i cant receive any files from my computer via bluetooth

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Thx!!! only cant understan te edit.rc file...can u give me? upload here plz and or tell me where i can find it.

te fstab file, is a txt archive?

init.rc is just in the root of the ext4 partition

ps: reboot from recovery don't need return to wm, it just like boot into android again which will free more ram, this is so perfect :D

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Thx!!! only cant understan te edit.rc file...can u give me? upload here plz and or tell me where i can find it.

te fstab file, is a txt archive?

Dude, u may need a bit knowledge from Linuxlaugh.gif No Offence.

Attached is the file 'fstab' and 'init.rc' from my device.

Again u'll need to confirm your correct partition number then edit to suit your env.

Archive.zip

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So nice, finally can see it charged to 100%.

Again thanks to Dev for the nice work!

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So nice, finally can see it charged to 100%.

Again thanks to Dev for the nice work!

For those having original partition layout on internal storage, please send me output from parted /dev/device_name(eg. sdc) print

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init.rc is just in the root of the ext4 partition

ps: reboot from recovery don't need return to wm, it just like boot into android again which will free more ram, this is so perfect :D

Hello 刘德华,

U sure? How did u manage to do it? I tried to reboot with recovery mode but it goes back to WM again.

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For those having original partition layout on internal storage, please send me output from parted /dev/device_name(eg. sdc) print

Voyteckst,

Here you go.

bash-3.2# parted /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 print

Model: Unknown (unknown)

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk1p1: 6794MB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: loop

Number Start End Size File system Flags

1 0.00B 6794MB 6794MB fat32

bash-3.2# parted /dev/block/mmcblk1p5 print

Model: Unknown (unknown)

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk1p5: 1209MB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: loop

Number Start End Size File system Flags

1 0.00B 1209MB 1209MB ext3

bash-3.2# parted /dev/block/mmcblk1p6 print

Model: Unknown (unknown)

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk1p6: 214MB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: loop

Number Start End Size File system Flags

1 0.00B 214MB 214MB linux-swap(v1)

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Voyteckst,

Here you go.

Thanks, but please send parted /dev/block/mmcblk1 print (but I think You don't hve original layout, because partition 6 should be fat).

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Thanks, but please send parted /dev/block/mmcblk1 print (but I think You don't hve original layput, because partition 6 should be fat).

Hi Voyteckst,

As request. Cheers!

bash-3.2# parted /dev/block/mmcblk1 print

Model: MMC M8G4DD (sd/mmc)

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk1: 8221MB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: msdos

Number Start End Size Type File system Flags

1 32.3kB 6794MB 6794MB primary fat32

2 6794MB 8217MB 1423MB extended lba

5 6794MB 8003MB 1209MB logical ext3

6 8003MB 8217MB 214MB logical linux-swap(v1)

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Hi Voyteckst,

As request. Cheers!

bash-3.2# parted /dev/block/mmcblk1 print

Model: MMC M8G4DD (sd/mmc)

Disk /dev/block/mmcblk1: 8221MB

Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

Partition Table: msdos

Number Start End Size Type File system Flags

1 32.3kB 6794MB 6794MB primary fat32

2 6794MB 8217MB 1423MB extended lba

5 6794MB 8003MB 1209MB logical ext3

6 8003MB 8217MB 214MB logical linux-swap(v1)

Thanks, but as I said earlier - it isn't original. I need partitions with this hidden fat partition (don't remember if it is fat16 or 32 and only hidden).

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Thanks, but please send parted /dev/block/mmcblk1 print (but I think You don't hve original layout, because partition 6 should be fat).

Initially I tried to use Partition tool in Linux to partition 'my storage' into 3 partitions (included swap) but failed to boot, the phone keep rebooting.

Hence I've re-partitioned it in Windows by using Minitool Partition, but when show in Partition tool in Linux, I can see there's another extended partition for FAT32.

Anyway after proceed to boot the android and it succeed.

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Thanks, but as I said earlier - it isn't original. I need partitions with this hidden fat partition (don't remember if it is fat16 or 32 and only hidden).

Opps, I think we need someone who has the original partition for 'my storage' (without partition before) to comment it...

Can anyone help? Mine partition already been changed.blink.gif

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Thanks, but as I said earlier - it isn't original. I need partitions with this hidden fat partition (don't remember if it is fat16 or 32 and only hidden).

Voyteckst,

if nobody is able to post the output of the wanted situation, I will do this, this afternoon.

I have to re-flash my rom for it, but currently I am not able to, because I am at work (worklaptop is well-protected, cannot flash on it). I will be home about 5:00 pm local time, now it is 07:45 am.

Don't loose patience ;)

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Voyteckst,

if nobody is able to post the output of the wanted situation, I will do this, this afternoon.

I have to re-flash my rom for it, but currently I am not able to, because I am at work (worklaptop is well-protected, cannot flash on it). I will be home about 5:00 pm local time, now it is 07:45 am.

Don't loose patience ;)

Thanks, I hope You will not have to flash it. But after testing installer, maybe You will have to ;-)

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Thanks, I hope You will not have to flash it. But after testing installer, maybe You will have to ;-)

Life of someone testing is hard ;)

Don't mind flashing, phone is well backed-up.

I am very good at flashing roms and cooking diner at the same time

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I had installed manually the B3 and saw that he had created the partition for swap and decided to install on sd cardão automatically created the partition and swap, and myAndroid is super fast, then games, greedy spiders running smooth, quality Averagegraphics, beta 2 did not run the graph weaker ... Thank you developers ...

Hello Antonio,

How did you install, wich partitions have you make into my storage?

Let is know.

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Hi, eknohr

did you change anything to make the usb work?

I manually installed b3 to my storage, and the usb does not work now

What I did:

1. parted my storage to

a. mmcblk1p1 fat32 4G

b. mmcblk1p5 ext4 4G

c. mmcblk1p6 swap 128M

2. tar xvzf ext4.tar.gz to mmcblk1p5

3. cp haret.ext and startup.txt to mmcblk1p1

the startup.txt is from the b2 manual install package (root changed to mcblk1p5)

USB works after a few restarts :)

Time still wrong, I boot with 3g connection, also did airplane on-off but no luck, may be is just me, may be is because Froyo reports my phone number as Unknown, any way i can always use a workaround.

Thanks Devs!!! better everyday

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