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[DEV][ROM][Skate] ParanoidJelly2 - ParanoidAndroid 3.+/AOSP- Android 4.2.2 (29/03/2013)

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plegdroid    509

for the amount of time to actually long press, its quicker to press recents and swipe the app away. :)

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C3C0    1,434

... also all apps can be cleared at once using pie while in recent apps. Or by pressing upright button

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SPARL_    31

Go to Hybrid properties / Interface and set colors for navigation bar as desired. It will be applied to pie, too

Thanks bro :)

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satanovsyn    22
Or try this.

1) do backup in cwm

2) format sd-ext

3) flash ROM and let it boot.

4) reboot to cwm and restore sd-ext using advanced restore

Result for this = com.android.phone stop work.

But I found solution:

For everybody who is using int2ext script and need to upgrade follow this steps:

1. Download ROM and gapps

2. Unzip rom and unzip int2ext script to different place

3. Place file 40int2ext from /system/etc/init.d/ (of unzipped int2ext script folder) to /system/etc/init.d/ (unzipped ROM)

4. Compress this 2 folders (meta-inf, system) and file boot.img from unzipped ROM to .zip file

5. Boot to CWM

6. Flash your compressed .zip file

7. Flash gapps

8. Reboot to ROM

9. Enjoy :-)

Edited by satanovsyn

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C3C0    1,434

Isn't it easier to flash script after flashing ROM instead of unzipping, copying script and zipping? Basically, by flashing you get the same final result... Not speaking about correct permissions flashing script sets for 40int2ext

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C3C0    1,434

Actually, I still find using such scripts risky especially when upgrading. Simply because dalvik cache is on sd-ext, not on data partition. So when you wipe dalvik cache it won't wipe anything. Cwm doesn't know your dalvik cache is on sdext.

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C3C0    1,434

One thing I think I should let you know. I've just found out "vibrate on touch" doesn't work on keyboard. This is because I messed with the vibrate pattern in the latest build. Just in case you wonder. Probably borked haptic feedback in general...

And sorry for spamming too much :)

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satanovsyn    22
Isn't it easier to flash script after flashing ROM instead of unzipping, copying script and zipping? Basically, by flashing you get the same final result... Not speaking about correct permissions flashing script sets for 40int2ext

Ceco few times I had problem with it. This is why I'm using manual copying.

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aamiel    3

On the XDA thread for int2ext+ there is a script to properly wipe the dalvik cache.

I posted the link in the PJ thread.

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johnny07mdc    29

One thing I think I should let you know. I've just found out "vibrate on touch" doesn't work on keyboard. This is because I messed with the vibrate pattern in the latest build. Just in case you wonder. Probably borked haptic feedback in general...

And sorry for spamming too much :)

Always happy to read your 'spam' to me and others

they are words of wisdom and useful to know.

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omegavesko    127
One thing I think I should let you know. I've just found out "vibrate on touch" doesn't work on keyboard. This is because I messed with the vibrate pattern in the latest build. Just in case you wonder. Probably borked haptic feedback in general...

And sorry for spamming too much :)

Yup, I've noticed haptic feedback is pretty much broken now. I use Swype anyway so it doesn't bother me very much.

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lewis_nvd    0

@C3C0 I want to ask you if you think that we will can get a total functional videocamera recorder without lag on this Paranoid Jelly, or if it would be impossible like camera flash.

Thanks for your answer.

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omegavesko    127
@C3C0 I am doing a repo sync from yesterday will it really download 10 GB of code, I just need the latest build

That is the latest build. Source code is always a lot of data.

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That is the latest build. Source code is always a lot of data.

But actually I dont see a physical source code in the sync folder and yesterday an error occured in repo and it started again from scratch dose it support resume?

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razzmataz1478    278

But actually I dont see a physical source code in the sync folder and yesterday an error occured in repo and it started again from scratch dose it support resume?

It doesn't start again. It always resumes. Press CTRL+H and you'll see the .repo folder, this is where all the projects are stored until the sync has finished.

Sync now with

repo sync -f -j32

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It doesn't start again. It always resumes. Press CTRL+H and you'll see the .repo folder, this is where all the projects are stored until the sync has finished.

Sync now with

repo sync -f -j32

CTRL + H is not working (BTW iam using the latest repo script 1.19) Also I am running with -j6 because I've 1 Mbps ADSL connection

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razzmataz1478    278

CTRL + H is not working (BTW iam using the latest repo script 1.19) Also I am running with -j6 because I've 1 Mbps ADSL connection

I meant CTRL+H in file manager (nautilus). And run -j32 anyway.

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