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[DEV][ROM][2014-06-16] CyanogenMod 10 (Continuation of KonstaT's work)

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lunario    42

Did you create an ext2/3 partition in recovery?

and you need to select the option mount as ext4 then reboot then go to s2e again and you can move the apps

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vNa5h    105

Does the texture corruption issue solve the random reboot s..

Coz there is always bad screen issue maybe be texture before reboot

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adipec    1

an sd card with at least 1mb free is required in order to download new content

WHY i received this message in every game which i want to start playing ?

pls HELP

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zeekzar    3

an sd card with at least 1mb free is required in order to download new content

WHY i received this message in every game which i want to start playing ?

pls HELP

Is your SD card full? Some games need a buffer (usually free games with ads).

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buker    0

First of all, thanks for your great work daemond.

I think I found a bug. After a few hours using the phone, when I try to turn on mobile data using notification drawer, it doesn't work. Moreover, icon doesn't hover and mobile data is still off. I must reboot the phone to turn on the mobile data. Anyone could confirm that? Logcat is available here http://pastebin.com/96i9bAUd

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elrond_bs    84

an sd card with at least 1mb free is required in order to download new content

WHY i received this message in every game which i want to start playing ?

pls HELP

I thinks that's what some old games say (Asphalt 5 for example), when they are incompatible with Jelly Bean's new SD card location ("storage/sdcard0" instead of the old "/sdcard" or "mnt/sdcard"). Even if you already have their full game data, they give same message. Apparently they don't recognize the SD card properly (but not in ICS, where they work). There could be a way around this, but I don't know it. If anyone can help?

Edited by elrond_bs

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barbecos    0

well, now i can't download anything from the play store, i always get some errors while installing but i'm not sure it's an issue connected to the rom, or is it?

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Pofka    2

Does the texture corruption issue solve the random reboot s..

Coz there is always bad screen issue maybe be texture before reboot

I have never experienced random reboot with this rom. Even though I was having graphical glitches. Did you install with full wipe?

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zeekzar    3

I thinks that's what some old games say (Asphalt 5 for example), when they are incompatible with Jelly Bean's new SD card location ("storage/sdcard0" instead of the old "/sdcard" or "mnt/sdcard"). Even if you already have their full game data, they give same message. Apparently they don't recognize the SD card properly (but not in ICS, where they work). There could be a way around this, but I don't know it. If anyone can help?

A symlink should do the trick.

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adipec    1

A symlink should do the trick.

can you explain what the "symlink" is? and how it can help me :)

thank you

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A symlink is basically a "shortcut" to the partition or folder you want. So basically creating a shortcut with the name "sdcard" on / would make the applications trying to access /sdcard be redirected to /storage/sdcard0. xD

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czipis    0

I have a problem with slow contact name resolving during incoming phone call. It takes about 15 second to resolve contact name, during this time only phone number is visible.

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zeekzar    3

I have a problem with slow contact name resolving during incoming phone call. It takes about 15 second to resolve contact name, during this time only phone number is visible.

I have that problem once in a while. I think it has to do with resources used/free at the time of the call.

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Simono    20

@daemond why Apollo is not included (is this a free space problem on system partition)?

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adipec    1

A symlink is basically a "shortcut" to the partition or folder you want. So basically creating a shortcut with the name "sdcard" on / would make the applications trying to access /sdcard be redirected to /storage/sdcard0. xD

i only have to create a folder which is called : sdcard and then gameloft ...bla bla bla? :)

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i only have to create a folder which is called : sdcard and then gameloft ...bla bla bla? :)

No. You have to create a shortcut named "sdcard" that redirects to /storage/sdcard.

Write this on Terminal Emulator with root permissions ("type "su", press enter and then write this):

ln -s /sdcard /storage/sdcard0

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adipec    1

No. You have to create a shortcut named "sdcard" that redirects to /storage/sdcard.

Write this on Terminal Emulator with root permissions ("type "su", press enter and then write this):

ln -s /sdcard /storage/sdcard0

i have a message link failed File exists

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adipec    1

then put ln -s /storage/sdcard0 /sdcard AND ln -s /storage/sdcard0 /mnt/sdcard

thank you for your help and patience,but there is little problem i am impatient :P

I tried to write it, but every time the same(link failed File exists)

I can live without it, anyway thanks :)

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