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Jr11 (JDQ39 / 4.2.2): MoDaCo Custom ROM for the Nexus 4

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It's all gravy!

That worked just fine :-)

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All OK here except my car Bluetooth still doesn't seem to work so not sure about these Bluetooth fixes they've done :angry: I'll do a full wipe on the cars system tomorrow and maybe a fresh install of the ROM to see if that sorts it.

Just realised I didn't wipe cache or dalvik either so that probably won't help

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Bum 'oles! Can't get Wiimote Controller to work over Bluetooth. Had hoped it would be fixed with 4.2.2. Tiny problem in the great scheme of things of course...

Note - this is a Jellybean issue rather than anything about this firmware specifically. The Rom itself seems steady as a rock so far as I can tell

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Makes you wonder if they've actually fixed anything in Bluetooth at all!

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It does indeed. Like I say a clean install may fix it? I'll give that a go tomorrow.

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A few people on xda have reported music streaming over bluetooth rather better on 4.2.2 but they all seemed to have whipped themselves into such a frenzy of anticipation that I'd guess it could well be placebo

Time will tell

Looking forward to any battery improvements (i gather the n7 has gained a couple of hours of battery life with the update, which is certainly not to be sniffed at)

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It does indeed. Like I say a clean install may fix it? I'll give that a go tomorrow.

Unlikely tbh, but you never know...

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Unlikely tbh, but you never know...

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A guy can dream.

Do you have the nexus 7 files? My device has downloaded them.

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A guy can dream.

Do you have the nexus 7 files? My device has downloaded them.

I have them all! Only had time to do the N4 so far - will do GN next, then N7, then N7 3G then N10.

Then refresh MCMCRs to 4.2.2 if it's merged. :-D

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I have them all! Only had time to do the N4 so far - will do GN next, then N7, then N7 3G then N10.

Then refresh MCMCRs to 4.2.2 if it's merged. :-D

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That'll keep you out of mischief ;)

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Brand new member. Flashed the Kitchen Jr8 with old baseband. LTE working. All seems as it should. Nice job and thank you.

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Hey Paul,

After performing a fresh install of Jr8 and spending a few hours setting up the phone and tinkering with it, I have only found one strange issue. The brightness slider has a strange overlay on it:

88447b3f-0918-4d44-a578-d4701eb374cd_zps9e85f52f.jpg

I wiped everything 3 times before flashing and checked the MD5 sum as well. Since setting the phone up I have wiped cache, dalvik cache, and fixed permissions but the issue with the brightness slider still persists.

Aside from that everything's great for me since I don't use Bluetooth.

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Scratch that. I just unplugged the phone from the computer and rebooted and the overlay is gone. Looks like everything is working just fine!

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Initial signs spell an improvement in battery life - off charge for the last 7 and a half hours. Screen on for half an hour this morning while reading the paper over breakfast. Minimal power loss thereafter until a long drive round Dublin - 2 and a half hours with screen on for sat nav during this. 2 quick calls (5 mins each). Now at 68%. I think that's pretty good going - better than expected anyway (it's a big screen to light up for all that long time!)

Oh, and not a sniff of Mediaserver drain, despite having played Vice City since last reboot

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Paul, ones request.

If you probably now, google has an bug in car home.

Before Jelly bean we can use car home Launcher which overrides the home key. That's a very good feature to make driving safely. This is completely gone since jelly bean.

The aokp team has a fix since m3 version of their rom.

Do you think you can implement this fix for use car drivers?

Btw Bluetooth A2dp is properly working here. I've made a full wipe before.

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After a full day of normal use I can report that battery life is considerably better than it was on 4.2.1. Without changing my routine I have just under 80% battery remaining right now when I normally have 40%-50%.

Very happy.

Edit: I should mention that I'm running Franco's r72 kernel with no changes to frequency settings as well.

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SORRY. But I am a paid member and I've only used the kitchen once. I can never figure out how to get to it... Can some one please give me one time specific directions to get right to it???? I want to bake jr8 422. Nexus 4

Please HELP

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SORRY. But I am a paid member and I've only used the kitchen once. I can never figure out how to get to it... Can some one please give me one time specific directions to get right to it???? I want to bake jr8 422. Nexus 4

Please HELP

its always the second post on the first page of the topic

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@slambkny best you access it from a pc (or mac) rather than mobile for various reasons (eg it doesn't appear through Tapatalk)

Otherwise as mentioned above, it's on page one of this thread. Should be straight forward

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Guys just a quick question: coming from the previous version of Modaco with Franco Kernel (the latest), should I flash the stock kernel before upgrading to the new Modaco? I read somewhere that Franco's kernel uses a different ramdisk that needs to be reverted to stock before changing it? Thanks for any help or clarification on the matter!

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Naah - just flash. (well, always backup before you do anything, obviously) but I flashed this over Paul's cyanogenmod kang with a custom kernel and a custom recovery. All fine

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Naah - just flash. (well, always backup before you do anything, obviously) but I flashed this over Paul's cyanogenmod kang with a custom kernel and a custom recovery. All fine

I thought so... but wanted to be reassured! Thanks! ;)

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Help, I forgot to uncheck the Modaco boot logo - any quick way of flashing the default without rebaking, downloading and flashing?

Edit: Never mind - how do I delete a post??

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Just did a fresh install without updating the baseband . everything seemed to work great but turns out I can't make any calls. I wonder if the baseband has anything to do with it.

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Hey Paul,

After performing a fresh install of Jr8 and spending a few hours setting up the phone and tinkering with it, I have only found one strange issue. The brightness slider has a strange overlay on it:

88447b3f-0918-4d44-a578-d4701eb374cd_zps9e85f52f.jpg

I wiped everything 3 times before flashing and checked the MD5 sum as well. Since setting the phone up I have wiped cache, dalvik cache, and fixed permissions but the issue with the brightness slider still persists.

Aside from that everything's great for me since I don't use Bluetooth.

I get this too. Cant seem to find a way to remove it even after rebooting and reflashing. I also have odd spacing between notifications now that results in clipping. Any one have these problems too or can offer a fix?

Screenshot_2013-02-16-16-33-591.png

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