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Guest zerosignull
will we have another revised version (if there is anything to revise) of your rom? (just asking kindely) :(

Yeah. as soon as I figure out this aps2sd issue. Ill try a jit enabled version too.

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Guest flip360
Yeah. as soon as I figure out this aps2sd issue. Ill try a jit enabled version too.

great, if i can do anything to test out or help let me know :(

cheers

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Guest zerosignull

Service Pack available

===============

R6B_SP1 optional

* Added: JIT

* Update: aps2sd script (may or may not fix memory issue but have not tested it. it will require you to install ROM + sp from scratch to test)

Apply the service pack AFTER installing R6B.

1) *Nandroid backup first*

2) Copy the service pack to you sd card.

3) Reboot into recovery

4 ) Delvik cache wipe

*do not do a full rom wipe. this is an update only!*

R6B_SP1

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Guest flip360

trying out now...

edit: flashing went fine, it feels a little jerky at times but i think ill give it a spin for a day or two :(

i still have the memory issue though,

Linpack:

MFLOPS 3.47

Time: 1.56 sec.

Neocore: 25.5 fps

p.s. i am using launcherpro as home

thanks zerosignull and keep up the good work

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Guest titchu
Service Pack available

===============

R6B_SP1 optional

* Added: JIT

* Update: aps2sd script (may or may not fix memory issue but have not tested it. it will require you to install ROM + sp from scratch to test)

Apply the service pack AFTER installing R6B.

1) *Nandroid backup first*

2) Copy the service pack to you sd card.

3) Reboot into recovery

4 ) Delvik cache wipe

*do not do a full rom wipe. this is an update only!*

R6B_SP1

Have R6B_SP1 fixed "Setting>General Info & option" reboot problem ?

thx

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Guest chall32
is that copyrighted?

Dunno....

However, I've had some FC's since installing it :( Not sure if they are related though... Any way to confirm this?

I think I can get the event logs off of the phone using logcat as discussed here at developer.android.com Or am I barking up the wrong tree?

Interested in learning more...

- Chris

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Guest gusthy
Thanks for the info, I am just worried that its to late now that I've updated it. I'm now thinking it must have affected the firmware/hardware drivers if the rom update doesn't overide it. Anyone else tried Hungarian extra update and then gone back having realised wifi isn't working?

Not too late.

If you flash Tmob/vanilla 2.1, it overrides hungarian update, so you can always start from the beginning..

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Guest goce.nakov
Can anyone tell me the name of this weather / clock widget of the first screenshot from zerosignnull's first post? big thx!

Weather & Toggle Widget or you can try Beatifull Widgets

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Can anyone tell me the name of this weather / clock widget of the first screenshot from zerosignnull's first post? big thx!

you can get it by unyaffs-ing original Switzerland RBM system.img, it is in system/app. its name is weather something, I dont remwmber but it is easy to find. I use it too.

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Guest Jan M

I ran Paul's ODEX script to get some more space...specifically in /data/dalvik-cache:

Filesystem				Size	  Used Available Use% Mounted on

/dev/block/mtdblock1	110.0M	 99.4M	 10.6M  90% /system

/dev/block/mtdblock2	 80.3M	 53.9M	 26.3M  67% /data

/dev/block/mmcblk0p2	465.3M	 48.9M	392.4M  11% /system/sd

...

/dev/block/mtdblock1	110.0M	107.5M	  2.5M  98% /system

/dev/block/mtdblock2	 80.3M	 40.0M	 40.3M  50% /data

/dev/block/mmcblk0p2	465.3M	 48.9M	392.4M  11% /system/sd

http://android.modaco.com/content/htc-hero...r-unodexd-roms/

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I ran Paul's ODEX script to get some more space...specifically in /data/dalvik-cache:

Filesystem				Size	  Used Available Use% Mounted on

/dev/block/mtdblock1	110.0M	 99.4M	 10.6M  90% /system

/dev/block/mtdblock2	 80.3M	 53.9M	 26.3M  67% /data

/dev/block/mmcblk0p2	465.3M	 48.9M	392.4M  11% /system/sd

...

/dev/block/mtdblock1	110.0M	107.5M	  2.5M  98% /system

/dev/block/mtdblock2	 80.3M	 40.0M	 40.3M  50% /data

/dev/block/mmcblk0p2	465.3M	 48.9M	392.4M  11% /system/sd

http://android.modaco.com/content/htc-hero...r-unodexd-roms/

Read the aps2sd manual here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=670087. It tells you how to activate and deactive all maner of things in cluding cache

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Read the aps2sd manual here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=670087. It tells you how to activate and deactive all maner of things in cluding cache

moving the cache out to SD made my phone sluggish...so I'm thinking if I odex the core files it should help out.

btw why do you have 2 busyboxes?

# /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

BusyBox v1.15.2 (2009-11-27 10:38:30 GMT) multi-call binary

...

# ls -la /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

-rwxr-xr-x	1 0		2000	  1868288 Aug  1  2008 /system/bin/busybox.a2sd
# /system/xbin/busybox

BusyBox v1.8.1 (2007-11-14 10:11:37 EST) multi-call binary

...

# ls -la /system/xbin/busybox

-rwsr-xr-x	1 0		0		 1745016 Aug  1  2008 /system/xbin/busybox

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moving the cache out to SD made my phone sluggish...so I'm thinking if I odex the core files it should help out.

btw why do you have 2 busyboxes?

# /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

BusyBox v1.15.2 (2009-11-27 10:38:30 GMT) multi-call binary

...

# ls -la /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

-rwxr-xr-x	1 0		2000	  1868288 Aug  1  2008 /system/bin/busybox.a2sd
# /system/xbin/busybox

BusyBox v1.8.1 (2007-11-14 10:11:37 EST) multi-call binary

...

# ls -la /system/xbin/busybox

-rwsr-xr-x	1 0		0		 1745016 Aug  1  2008 /system/xbin/busybox

One busybox came with the aps2sd program to ensure compatibility.

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Guest Jan M
One busybox came with the aps2sd program to ensure compatibility.

ok...I did this to get an extra 2MB space :(

# mv /system/bin/busybox.a2sd /system/xbin/busybox

# ln -s /system/xbin/busybox /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

EDIT: nevermind...boot loop...

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Guest zerosignull
ok...I did this to get an extra 2MB space :(

# mv /system/bin/busybox.a2sd /system/xbin/busybox

# ln -s /system/xbin/busybox /system/bin/busybox.a2sd

their are also 3 copies of the market on the ROM too ...

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Guest zerosignull
any update on this beautifull ROM? So far rock stable everything working as it should,

cheers

Tust the service pack ATM TBH. cannot think of much else to put in it unless ne on has any suggestions? Apart from a few utility apps IE no Wifi and maybe a default task manager app (please suggest) etc ...

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