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[ROM][Skate] RootBox - CM/AOKP/PA mix - Android 4.2.2 (20/03/2013)

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Have you flashed google apps?

I will hopefully integrate FM into next release, which will be the official RootBox v3.9.

Full changelog is here: http://108.166.171.3...ngelog_V3.9.txt

Yes, Googe apps flashed successfully. But I just noticed that calendar doesn't sync from Google to phone for some reason.

System has 27MB free space (of 220MB) so it shouldn't be a space issue.F

Fixed, my bad, missed calendar syng setting... Sorry!

Great with FM radio, I'm using that almost daily at work...

Thanx C3C0!

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i have a Q..

i installed I2E+ and its working fine.. even the phone is working bit faster, but, how do i formate it? :blink:

i tryed format (in CWM) in mount and storage all options (yes, even format sdcard), flashed phone even with tpt. but my apps, setings, stays on my phone...

is there some other way beside partition sdcard?

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You must format sd-ext

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cant.. geting error on format sd-ext

even when i mount or unmout it..

i get "Error formatting /sd-ext!"

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Hi,

First of all, great great job with this ROM!

Now, is it possible to Unlock SIM Card after installing this ROM?

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All works perfect(and preview of videos too) but one small bug: there is only 3 alerts for sms and only one ringtone in the list ... but if i use Root Explorer to see inside the /system/media/ catalogue there are a lot of ones, so, i just renamed one ,that i like , to use it as only one available. Can it be fixed?

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Settings / Apps

Locate Media Provider or Media Storage, open it, clear data, reboot and wait for couple of minutes.

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Oh, i am sorry, i just tried to extract all sounds from another archive and fix permissions and all works fine. Thanks to C3C0

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New build available

Changelog 12/03/2013

- synced with RootBox repos (official v3.9.1 - Full changelog)

- FM Radio with RDS support

- Koush's Superuser - integrated into Settings

--- removed SuperSU

--- don't forget to uninstall SuperSU updates from Data partition if present

- New cool battery icon styles: CircleMod, SquareMod, Speedometer

- Smooth Spinners: Makes the loading "spinner" animation smoother in non-holo apps

- Updated Sleep Toggle icon

- MMS Breath option:

--- This will give your SMS notifications a breathing effect in the statusbar instead of being a static icon.

- Performance increase in thumbnail handling

- Navring: Fix landscape for phones and 4+ targets

- LockscreenPattern : Toggle dots/error pattern visibility

- Improved AOSP Download/Upload animation

- Option to force auto-rotate when keyboard is shown

- Fixed layout of Toggle setup dialog

- Notification icon opacity increased

- upgrade without wiping data possible

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Hello C3CO

I'm really liking all the work you do here, it's awesome. I don't own a skate, so I have never tried your work, but judging by the feedback, everything you do sounds great. Anyway, soppy stuff aside, do you know how to add a transparent statusbar to CM10.1? I'm developing a ROM based on 4.2.2 for the G300 and I would love this feature. If you could tell me how, it would be appreciated a lot. I'll definitely give you some credit too. Thanks in advance.

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In RootBox, there's a special class - TransparencyManager within SystemUI that keeps track of transparency setting changes and updating transparency accordingly.

https://github.com/ParanoidZTE/android_frameworks_base/blob/rb-jb-mr1/packages/SystemUI/src/com/android/systemui/TransparencyManager.java

For status bar, it watches for Settings.System.STATUS_BAR_ALPHA_CONFIG and when it gets changed it calls the setBackgroundAlpha method of PanelBar class

which sets the alpha for the background

https://github.com/ParanoidZTE/android_frameworks_base/blob/rb-jb-mr1/packages/SystemUI/src/com/android/systemui/statusbar/phone/PanelBar.java

So basically, you need to take a look at your PanelBar class and call setAlpha on the background drawable e.g. like this


	    Drawable bg = getBackground();

	    if (bg == null)

		    return;


	    bg.setAlpha(0); // 0 means fully transparent, 255 is fully opaque

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In RootBox, there's a special class - TransparencyManager within SystemUI that keeps track of transparency setting changes and updating transparency accordingly.

https://github.com/P...ncyManager.java

For status bar, it watches for Settings.System.STATUS_BAR_ALPHA_CONFIG and when it gets changed it calls the setBackgroundAlpha method of PanelBar class

which sets the alpha for the background

https://github.com/P...e/PanelBar.java

So basically, you need to take a look at your PanelBar class and call setAlpha on the background drawable e.g. like this


	 Drawable bg = getBackground();

	 if (bg == null)

		 return;


	 bg.setAlpha(0); // 0 means fully transparent, 255 is fully opaque

I looked in my PanelBar.class, and I don't have any lines like the ones you mentioned, probably because i'm basing it on a stock JB build, and not rootbox. I'm sure I can sort it out though, thanks for the help :)

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Wow big thanks C3CO more settings to play with.

Anyone managed to get Apollo V.3 working from

Xda, I keep getting Apollo not responding and closing it install ok work few hours then always start misbehaving

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Guys what ways exist to extend internal memory with kind of apps like linktosd .

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How much can I overclock?. I always try to 1ghz but then the phone goes out forever. Is there an overclock kernel supports up to 1ghz

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I really like this rom but now I can't even try it!!

I got error in recovery when tring to flash the rom.

--------------what shows after the root box sign----------------

symlink: some symlinks failed

E:Error in /sdcard/Download/RootBox-JB-skate-3.9.1.zip

(Status 7)

Installation aborted.

-------------END--------------

Can somebody teach me how to fix this please?

thankful for any reply.

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@Kori Natur

Well, it's not about the kernel but about your particular CPU manufacturing quality. Some CPUs can be stable at 1GHz (which is extremely high and not many CPUs will operate on that freq stabily). Some won't be stable beyond 940MHz at all.

I think the 940MHz is an average max stable speed of our MSM7227T. I do not recommend using anything beyond that.

You can find out the max stable speed by a simple test. Use Antutu Benchmark and start testing at 940MHz. Increase freq after each successfull test. If you reach the freq where the phone reboots during the test than your max stable freq is the last one that passed the test. Of course, it doesn't necessarily mean that you won't have problems with that freq while using the phone.

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It works linktosd to android 4.2.2 .

What ROM you had apply,cause I find partition but after installation the app it missing :mellow:

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I really like this rom but now I can't even try it!!

I got error in recovery when tring to flash the rom.

--------------what shows after the root box sign----------------

symlink: some symlinks failed

E:Error in /sdcard/Download/RootBox-JB-skate-3.9.1.zip

(Status 7)

Installation aborted.

-------------END--------------

Can somebody teach me how to fix this please?

thankful for any reply.

My tip is that your system partition is not big enough. You need 200MB.

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This is the highest setting

Wow. I benchmarked mine at 960 the other day and got a score of 2000.. How did you manage that?

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It works linktosd to android 4.2.2 .

What ROM you had apply,cause I find partition but after installation the app it missing :mellow:

Install Link2SD from Play.

When starting first time select correct filesystem format (FAT32, EXT2/3/4,...)

I had no problems mounting my Ext3 partition with RootBox [Android 4.2.2].

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Wow. I benchmarked mine at 960 the other day and got a score of 2000.. How did you manage that?

post-1004042-13631837487579_thumb.jpgbut is Not stabil

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Well ,i do follow the guide ,always accept only fat16/32 ,even if I had done 3 full clean wipe ,cause wiping and the ext-sd,it make the rest,I reboot,I open settings to confirm them and after can't see the linked apps :huh:

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