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About JetSerge

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    Nexus One
  1. Thanks for the update, so it looks like your work Internet or WiFi has NTP blocked.
  2. ClockSync developer here. Most likely the problem is with your WiFi router or ISP blocking NTP ports or DNS issue so that NTP address can't be resolved. Try to use a verified NTP server IP address instead.
  3. I've also left this ROM in favor of CM7. No regrets so far, much more stable than the last MCR build which rebooted and bootlooped, plus extra features like trackball wake and trackball unlock. Waiting for the TrackBall Alert to support CM7 final build and I'll be totally happy. Thank you Paul for your work, I've been using this ROM from the very start. I understand how and why the interest to the old gadgets gets lost over time in this crazy world. Those who want to switch to CM7 and miss the app2sd feature (with the ext3 partition on the SD) should check S2E (simple2ext) Market app, just select what you want on the SD and reboot the phone (CM7 lacks built-in support for the apps on the ext partition). Very simple and works great (also shows how much space is used on each of the partitions).
  4. Got a reboot today after switching off 2G and enabling WiFi. Phone bootlooped and I had to remove the battery.
  5. Thanks, next ClockSync update will have some nice new features, stay tuned.
  6. 24 hours interval is inexact (means it can be up to 48 hours) and combined with only when awake option can make synchronization unpredicted. Saving battery would make sense if you set interval to 30 minutes - 1 hour and enable this option. Syncing once a day would not affect your battery. Any weather app on your phone eats 10 times more battery if not more. Your comment about "Detect time zone" is not correct since ClockSync never enables the GPS device. It takes already available coordinates, either from the cell network (AGPS) or from the GPS device in case it's already enabled (just like Google Latitude). If it can't get any coordinates, this option does nothing at all. BTW, I'm ClockSync developer.
  7. Installed, seems to work fine so far. Pity that it took so long for such a minor update.
  8. Yes, worked for me with r9: http://android.modaco.com/index.php?s=&amp...t&p=1419841
  9. Baked ROM is much easier to install from the Rom Manager or recovery. fastboot allows to flash separate partitions, you can change only kernel or radio. Again, it's mostly for the developers, not for normal users.
  10. No, it doesn't. You can still use clockworks recovery and rom manager if you like.
  11. It unlocks NAND so that you can write into /system partition. You can also flash radio, custom kernel, custom recovery, any unsigned ROM directly via fastboot without ClockWorks Rom Manager. When you can write to /system, MetaMorph, AdFree and other apps that require access to this partition will just work. You don't need to reboot into recovery in order to delete/change/add files. Superuser will be able to update su binary automatically, Busybox Installer from Market will have no problems installing the most recent version directly into /system/bin or /system/xbin, etc. While most users probably don't need it, it's very useful for developers. You can change system configs on the fly, add and load custom kernel modules without reboot and so on. Basically, it will make your phone fully unlocked, just like Nexus One dev phone.
  12. Paul, here is the the feature request. Since /system is locked by HTC on Desire, it would be nice to have a workaround for this in the Kitchen, see http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=748025 and http://code.google.com/p/aufs-desire/ All we need is a driver for this file system and a line in the init script for automatic mounting. This will allow many apps to work on HTC Desire, including automatic updates of Superuser su binary in /system, installation of new Busybox versions without going into recovery, MetaMorph, etc.
  13. 1.0.9 option to set time zone from geographic location (off by default) offset/atomic time values are zeroed and dimmed until a reply from NTP is received synchronize on boot option
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