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[ROM] MokeeOS v1.10 - CM7.2 - Android 2.3.7 (08/08/2012)

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so this version doesnt have information tab?

months ago I was leaving mokee because that information tab causing lag when opening notification dropdown...

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V2 is officially 0.3 - that's the right versioning in line with Mokeetek.


But V2 is from the end of May, and 1.10 - end of august... ;)

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I repeat it's not v2. It's 0.3
The one who published the rom made some changes and called it v2 - wrongly.

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C3c0 is right...it was v0.393 or v 0.396 and now they have 1.10

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Or put it another way.... It's V2 of 0.3 rom. :D

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Ok, so newer version is "less functional"? There is no "third tab" - the informational one? That is even more strange - better solution was leaving it as an option;).

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Question for mokeetek guys. They removed it. Probably on request from Chinese users in their official forum.
It didn't work 100% correctly anyway.

It's also possible they were forced to remove it because the feature was kanged from some other devs.

Edited by C3C0, 22 October 2012 - 04:42 PM.

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Thank You for explanation!

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I guess they mostly removed information panel because it was causing lag while pulling it down... (I was also fraustrated because of that :/ )
Btw they have not updated after 19 Aug... dunno what they are doing... been 2 months now.. :/

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OK thanks for the answers !

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I have a bug, can you help? In the messages, the message of the other people are all together, and mines are all together too, so it isn't like, send, recieve, can you help me ?

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I replaced the kernel and wifi with the latest versions from CM (just downloaded and compiled keeping TomG's config) and it doubled battery life.

I think using Sej's kernel would produce even better results for those of us who use wifi a lot.

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I replaced the kernel and wifi with the latest versions from CM (just downloaded and compiled keeping TomG's config) and it doubled battery life.

I think using Sej's kernel would produce even better results for those of us who use wifi a lot.

Could do share your kernel with us, maybe in a flashable zip ?
I like Mokee but indeed I do not find battery life to be so great.

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Could do share your kernel with us, maybe in a flashable zip ?
I like Mokee but indeed I do not find battery life to be so great.


Sure, here ya go:

mokee-new-kernel.zip
MD5:d03a8d605b7737d13bf89291d52dcf15

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Could do share your kernel with us, maybe in a flashable zip ?
I like Mokee but indeed I do not find battery life to be so great.

You can download Sej's kernel from here: http://blade.windows...-sej-kernel.zip
It's almost the same as CM7 kernel, but there are older wifi drivers, which some users found better than the newer ones

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Thanks to both of you. I'll give these kernels a shot ASAP !

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Sure, here ya go:

mokee-new-kernel.zip
MD5:d03a8d605b7737d13bf89291d52dcf15


Thanks Friend.

Battery life indeed bettered up. but the internet connection over wifi hotspot is slower now.

Edit- speed back to life again. seems it was just a co-incidence with internet speed dropping and me updating the kernel.

Edited by DellXCD35, 06 November 2012 - 11:56 AM.

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has this got recent CM7 fixes like USSD code vulnerability or does it need rebasing on current CM7?

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Any further updates for this beautiful rom?

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You can download Sej's kernel from here: http://blade.windows...-sej-kernel.zip
It's almost the same as CM7 kernel, but there are older wifi drivers, which some users found better than the newer ones


Can I use these kernels with KonstaT's SS RLS7? Whould it make any profit regarding battery life or WiFi connection?

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