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[ROM][JB 4.2.2][AOKP-MR1]

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Found the problem.

I think.

Will tell you ;)

Got it : even with ROM stripped, 200 is not enough it seems :(

Got TPT and now 220 and all is ok.

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I have found a cheap fix for dithering, I substituted the libsurfacealinger.so with th the one from cm10.1, I will add it to the fixes.zip tomorrow

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Will we be able to just flash that on top of the rom?

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Yup

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I think yes because we already did that (see 1st post : ROM and then FIXES ;)).

180° problem is strange lol, on tasker even more...

Also : each time I install an app (through store or from SD card), "Settings" is crashing...

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Hi, my feedback on battery: running for about 16 hours with low use (wife's phone, but I confess I was missing the fun from playing with ROMs) and battery about 55%.

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So is that ok for you ?

Is it better than paranoid ?

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The other ROM I tested was CyanogenMod 10.1, and that was drainning battery really fast - 12 hours until power off.

This one is better: after 24h, it had 25% remaining, but still not perfect. Stock ROM lasted almost 2 days.

I'll leave this ROM for a few days more, to see if battery improves.

Side note: my wife just loves that 180 degrees bug :)

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  1. Bug : no sensor detection :/ s phone screen is active while calling...
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Yeah I noticed that, I ended up deleting an answerphone message with my ear so it's a bad one.

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Not sure it can be fixed.

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As far as I know the only problem is.not being able to access the CrescentParts app, I will try to fix that in the next build.

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New build+updated zips

Changelog

04.04.13

  • Removed Torch
  • Removed Live Wallpapers (microbes)
  • Removed Video Editor
  • Added Music app
  • Better Calculator (From CM10.1)
  • Syced with AOKP repos
  • ROM now fits in a 180Mb system partition

    • Added fix for dithering to Fixes.zip
    • Updated Trebuchet.zip to remove Stock Launcher
    • Updated Apollo.zip to remove Music app.

    Couldn't get the device settings (Proximitry calibration) working though

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Is flashing fixes.zip enough for users of previous version ?

Do you think you will succeed in resolving 180° problem and sensor problem ?

Anyway, thanks a lot for your work :)

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Nice to see a new rom varient I willl try updating to the new update but i noticed when you hold down the home button and the recent apps comes up the little image becomes inverted.Just a little bug though. Anyway keep up the good work! (Vivacity by the way)

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Nice to see a new rom varient I willl try updating to the new update but i noticed when you hold down the home button and the recent apps comes up the little image becomes inverted.Just a little bug though. Anyway keep up the good work! (Vivacity by the way)

That's the 180° bug, described above ;)

Try to take a screenshot, same result :)

And also when you switch off the screen using above button :P

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That's the 180° bug, described above ;)

Try to take a screenshot, same result :)

And also when you switch off the screen using above button :P

Ah sorry didn't notice that's what it was

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Is flashing fixes.zip enough for users of previous version ?

Do you think you will succeed in resolving 180° problem and sensor problem ?

Anyway, thanks a lot for your work :)

If you only install the new fixes.zip you won't get the new calculator and the extra free space on system partition, but besides that, no problem.

About the two bugs, I am not quite sure, I will surely try.

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Any idea when p736v (SF2) version going up? Still shows Apr 1st.

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Someone, modaco or me screwed up my links once more ;(

Link is now up

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Thanks for this version (p736v). How remove trebuchet, i have always FC when i want choose the number of screen and the screen by default ? (excuse me for my poor englih).

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@gobish

I saw today on blade forum http://www.modaco.co...01-android-422/

They fixed fm radio supot with this pach http://www.modaco.co...01-android-422/

Is it possible to bring it on your rom?also bluetooth and wifi tethering is fixed. You probably already seen this, but Im just curious...

Thanks!

EDIT:

also I found this tiny rom on skate forum based on JB. It fits on 150mb sys partition including gapps :) http://www.modaco.com/topic/361487-romskate-slimbean-31-android-422-05042013/

Look very interesting. I dont have skils to port this rom so ... and my english is very bad.

http://www.modaco.com/topic/361487-romskate-slimbean-31-android-422-05042013/

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Camera is not working, it says that gallery has stopped. :(

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Another bug, when il install or remove a application for the first time the application parametres has stopped.

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