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About oscarafv

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    ZTE V880 (Blade)
  1. Hi [email protected], in my V880 I have CM7 (cm-7-20121104-NIGHTLY-blade.zip), 128MB swap, 256 sd-ext, SmartassV2 CPU Governor, Min.Freq. 320MHz, Max.Freq. 691MHz, using S2E to move App, Private App and Download cache. Activate swap at boot, creating a /data/local/userinit.sh file containing: swapon /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 See http://www.modaco.com/topic/355059-romgen233110-cyanogenmod-9-konstakang-android-404/page__st__1280__hl__+swapon#entry2047871 for reference Btfix (see http://www.modaco.com/topic/358743-bluetooth-not-working-pls-help/page__hl__+btfix#entry2044911) I'm very happy with performance and battery. I've tried CM10 for a while and worked very well (thanks KonstaT and team for nice ROM) but it's too much for my V880.
  2. Hi vmnit, I'm glad to help. I flashed recovery-clockwork- throught CWM and works fine. Maybe you want do give a try.
  3. ROM Manager tells you which version is installed.
  4. Hi vmnit, have you tried ROM Manager? It allow you to choose and older version like
  5. Hi vmnit, have you tried to install an older version of CWM like This happened to me using ROM Manager, but mine is a V880. Hope it helps.
  6. Hi KonstaT, working in V880 gen2, 256MB. It's really fast to turn on/off and always works, better than in CM7. Thanks a lot narkoman88.
  7. I'm using cm-10-20121017-KonstaKANG-blade
  8. Hi XeS0r, you are right, the mount points are correct and everything seems to be fine. Of course /data/app and /sd-ext/app has the same files, now I see that they are in the same place :blush:. Tks.
  9. Hi XeS0r, after select to move applications (/data/app) and reboot, s2e still says: "Moving from /data to /sd-ext Reboot is required! The /data/app and /sd-ext/app has the same files. No matter how many times I reboot it keeps saying the same. Today I tryied to start from a fresh instalation, just did all the clears and flash ROM, google apps and s2e. After repeat the process, the result was the same. I think that because the filesystem is in use (according to log) the move process is not finished. I have another V880 running s2e with no problems, but is CM7. Tks.
  10. In my case, s2e works but can't finish to move files, here is the LOG: ----------------- Initialization... Ext partition found: /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 Use built-in tune2fs Use built-in e2fsck Start mounting /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 as ext4 Unmounting /dev/block/mmcblk0p2... Setup options to /dev/block/mmcblk0p2: tune2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) Checking /dev/block/mmcblk0p2: Filesystem mounted or opened exclusively by another program? Disabling journaling on /dev/block/mmcblk0p2: tune2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) tune2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) Mounting /dev/block/mmcblk0p2... /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 successfully mounted! Config found on /data/data Status dir found! Erase... /sd-ext/app already mount... /sd-ext/app-private already mount... ----------------- Now I know why is not working, but "who" is using the partition?
  11. I'd like to say thanks for all those working to develop this nice ROM. Even using Brazilian (or China Blade) I think it works very well. KonstaT, I tested bluetooth (as you asked before). I started using v10.10 and it worked just fine, just take a long time to activate. After upgrading to v17.10 it sometimes activate after turning Flight Mode off/on but still takes a long time. Thank in advance!
  12. Hi, I just tried this new version and after select to move applications and reboot, S2E still says: "Moving from /data to /sd-ext Reboot is required! The /data/app and /sd-ext/app has the same files. No matter how many times I reboot it keeps saying the same. My phone is a ZTE V880 (Brazilian, more like a chinese blade I think) Whats is wrong? Thanks in advance! ---------------------- According to s2e log the FS is in use, so I think thats why the process is not completed. Anyway, this post will continue on new topic created by XeS0r.