Alogim

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  1. Vanir 6.0 builds

    Hello everyone, I'm an Italian student in my first year of Master in Computer Science who got this phone about 3 years ago. Needless to say, the stock ROM is pretty laggish and I always admired the work modders did and still surprisingly do for this device after 4 years since its release. What I offer I will upload the latest Vanir ROM as zip file as soon as new important commits are pushed into the repositories. The builds are obtained simply by following the instructions on this topic. What I do not offer I do not offer support in case some builds are bugged, in case you brick your phone while trying to flash the ROM or things like these. Kernel programming is not, for now, my area of expertise, even if I am currently studying because I am interested in this topic. Builds 17 September 2016 - vanir_p880_6.0.091716.zip Open Google Apps open_gapps-arm-6.0-mini-20160619-UNOFFICIAL.zip gapps-lpmm-google-webview-20160608-1-signed.zip Suggestions If you want to charge your device while it is switched off, plug it in, wait for the LG logo to appear, plug it out, wait for the battery animation to be displayed, plug it in again and voilà, no more reboots. All credits go to Mourta and all the programmers which still actively work at this project. If you are interested in building your own copy of the ROM, follow the description in this topic. Happy flashing! alogim
  2. Building Vanir with Mourta

    I was finally able to compile this, yeah! :) On Arch, I also had to install rsync and ncurses5-compat-libs. Some useful info (valid for me at least): - Build time: 1 hour 33 minutes - RAM: 8 GB - CPU: Intel Core i5-3570k (4 cores @ 3.40GHz) - Total space needed is a little less than 75 GB
  3. Building Vanir with Mourta

    I tried to build this a lot of times. Since I am on Arch Linux, I had to change the first line of the repo executable, since on Arch it uses by default python 3 which, it seems, is not compatible. The file common_phones.mk in ~/Source/Vanir/vendor/vanir/config/ does not exist and it gave me an error about it. I think that file is called cmsdk_common.mk instead, so I renamed it. Anyway, everything works well except for some "unable to reach host bla bla bla" while syncing the repo, but it does not complain and it seems repo is able to download and sync everything. When I hit ./build-mourta.sh I get an error about a patch that fails, as follows: [ frameworks/opt/telephony ] Applying: Implement UICC TLV Data decoding. error: patch failed: src/java/com/android/internal/telephony/uicc/IccFileHandler.java:359 error: src/java/com/android/internal/telephony/uicc/IccFileHandler.java: patch does not apply error: src/java/com/android/internal/telephony/uicc/UiccTlvData.java: already exists in index Patch failed at 0001 Implement UICC TLV Data decoding. The copy of the patch that failed is found in: .git/rebase-apply/patch When you have resolved this problem, run "git am --continue". If you prefer to skip this patch, run "git am --skip" instead. To restore the original branch and stop patching, run "git am --abort". It continues, apparently this error does not influence the building process, but after a while I get: Notice file: external/conscrypt/NOTICE -- /home/michael/Source/Vanir/out/host/linux-x86/obj/NOTICE_FILES/src//bin/conscrypt_generate_constants.txt Notice file: external/boringssl/NOTICE -- /home/michael/Source/Vanir/out/host/linux-x86/obj/NOTICE_FILES/src//lib64/libcrypto-host.so.txt Traceback (most recent call last): File "build/tools/merge-event-log-tags.py", line 99, in <module> tagfile = event_log_tags.TagFile(fn) File "/home/michael/Source/Vanir/build/tools/event_log_tags.py", line 70, in __init__ parts = re.split(r"\s+", line, 2) File "/usr/lib/python3.5/re.py", line 203, in split return _compile(pattern, flags).split(string, maxsplit) TypeError: cannot use a string pattern on a bytes-like object make: *** [build/core/Makefile:458: /home/michael/Source/Vanir/out/target/common/obj/all-event-log-tags.txt] Error 1 make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs.... Notice file: external/boringssl/NOTICE -- /home/michael/Source/Vanir/out/host/linux-x86/obj/NOTICE_FILES/src//lib64/libssl-host.so.txt Note: Some input files use or override a deprecated API. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details. Note: Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details. #### make failed to build some targets (44 seconds) #### It seems to be an error related to some misused function. Thank you in advance for any help.
  4. Already done, as Mourta said. Am I the only one having this problem? It really is not suitable for an every day use, at least for me. As soon as I have time, I try to reinstall this and provide some feedbacks.
  5. Unfortunately, this latest kernel release doesn't work very good for me. It sometimes gives me black screens. I'll try to install this from scratch and provide a log. By the way, muting a call still gives me the black screen problem, even by using awesome player as suggested.
  6. I'm trying to install the latest version of this ROM. However, I can't install Banks GApps from TWRP. I get an error saying: set_perm: some changes failed E:Error executing updater binary in zip '/sdcard/BaNkS-Dynamic-GApps-5.x.x-10-20-15.zip' Error flashing zip '/sdcard/BaNkS-Dynamic-GApps-5.x.x-10-20-15.zip' Updating partition details... ...done I'll try with some other GApps. EDIT 1: Ok, fixed with OpenGapps. Another problem is that if I mute a phone call my device reboots, I'll try to post a log. EDIT 2: Additional info: no deep sleep till now for me. It uses all frequencies but deep sleep. EDIT 3: Ok, solved the deep sleep problem, the ROM probably takes some while to settle up, and now deep sleep works, it seems, but the mute problem still remains.
  7. I installed this ROM after a while. I rebooted a couple of times to be sure everything gets set up correctly (powered off too), and all was working except for audio. Specifically, if I try to mute the microphone during a call, the phone reboots itself. Attached is a log. Audio is the default provided ViPER4Android FX v2.3.3.0. Additionally, it doesn't go into deep sleep any more (using max frequence set to 1500 MHz, min 51MHz, Governor: well, I tried conservative, abyssplugv2 and interactive, no luck, cpuquiet governor all). The kernel is 3.4.105-MourtaKernel+. Probably I should move to your more recent LiquidSmooth with Android Lollipop, but it seems heavier to me. logcat
  8. That's a very interesting news :) Keep up this very good work :)
  9. So, I flashed yesterday the latest version of this ROM. I think battery duration heavily depends on gApps type you choose to install. In fact, with Full-modular gApps, performance was not good. I wiped all and tried with mini-modular package, and battery improved enormously. Almost an hour with 20% of battery. So, if you don't really use Google Play Books, Google Play Movies, etc etc I suggest you choose to install mini-modular package (or nano, or pico, I din't try them yet). Really nice work, thank you for your efforts!
  10. These are some photos I managed to retrieve from the italian forum Androidiani, posted by me some time ago. They are definitely not complete, but I can assure you I used no underclock or things like those. Anyway, I just undervolted voltages of the MP Core as suggested (by 75 mV). Hope things go better. Until now, I was able to obtain up to 3 hours and a half of screen, continuously using WhatsApp and Facebook. I have to underline, though, that when I was using FluidROM I didn't have free Internet with mobile data, so I was always using WiFi. Now, instead, I always use data, so perhaps the battery drops more quickly. I encountered some problems though: I am unable to call with Skype, with Hnagout the microphone works and doesn't works as it wants. Sometimes the phone blocks itself and I have to remove battery and start it up again, but when it is ready there is no signal and I have to reboot again to have again connection. Anyway it is pretty fast in everything, I'll do some test with these settings and then I will upgrade the kernel to see if some problems disappear. Still a great job, go on :)
  11. Hi all. I'm new of this site/forum. Anyway, I like to try new ROMs for our device, so I noticed this amazing ROM on Androidiani. I come from about one month of CyanogenMod 11 Unofficial, with Iodak kernel 10. I flashed the latest version of LiquidSmooth and gapps, but I'm not sure if I did something wrong in the settings... the problem is, battery doesn't long so much. In fact, I set IntelliPlug to be started at boot and nothing else... I put my device on charge yesterday evening and when I woke up it was 97%, the usual charge problem I think. Anyway, with just 24 minutes and 13 seconds of screen on, battery has dropped from 97 to 70%, after about 8 hours; I didn't use WiFi but only data... I didn't install anything new (I installed apps I use yesterday) and I just used it to send some messages with Hangout and WhatsApp. My Tegra version is 2 for sure. I will try this ROM until I finish battery and then I'll try with the newest kernel available. Still, this is an amazing job, as regars smoothness and speed in opening and closing apps. It uses less than 50% of available RAM when idle. And it is really really fast. Only problem is battery seems to drop very fast in my opinion: when I used FluidROM_Gtype I managed to achieve almost 6 hours of screen activity, that is, more then an hour with battery to 80%. I hope that updating kernel all these problems get solved (in fact this morning I had to detach battery to make it run, I couldn't wake it up). Apart from this, these are still amazing ROM and kernel, perhaps the best I've ever been able to try :) So, thank you really much Mourta, and go on with your amazing job here :)
  12. Hi all. I'm new of this site/forum. Anyway, I like to try new ROMs for our device, so I noticed this amazing ROM on Androidiani. I come from about one month of CyanogenMod 11 Unofficial, with Iodak kernel 10. I flashed the latest version of LiquidSmooth and gapps, but I'm not sure if I did something wrong in the settings... the problem is, battery doesn't long so much. In fact, I set IntelliPlug to be started at boot and nothing else... I put my device on charge yesterday evening and when I woke up it was 97%, the usual charge problem I think. Anyway, with just 24 minutes and 13 seconds of screen on, battery has dropped from 97 to 70%, after about 8 hours; I didn't use WiFi but only data... I didn't install anything new (I installed apps I use yesterday) and I just used it to send some messages with Hangout and WhatsApp. My Tegra version is 2 for sure. I will try this ROM until I finish battery and then I'll try with the newest kernel available. Still, this is an amazing job, as regars smoothness and speed in opening and closing apps. It uses less than 50% of available RAM when idle. And it is really really fast. Only problem is battery seems to drop very fast in my opinion: when I used FluidROM_Gtype I managed to achieve almost 6 hours of screen activity, that is, more then an hour with battery to 80%. I hope that updating kernel all these problems get solved (in fact this morning I had to detach battery to make it run, I couldn't wake it up). Apart from this, these are still amazing ROM and kernel, perhaps the best I've ever been able to try :) So, thank you really much Mourta, and go on with your amazing job here :)

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