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Black screen when flashing ROM. Occurred in CWM 6.0.5.1, tried flashing TWRP 2.8.1.0 in fastboot but the problem is still there :(

EDIT: Solved. I must wipe dalvik, cache, cust and system before flashing any ROMs now. Weird...what went wrong? Could it be that synopsis kernel?

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Black screen when flashing ROM. Occurred in CWM 6.0.5.1, tried flashing TWRP 2.8.1.0 in fastboot but the problem is still there :(

EDIT: Solved. I must wipe dalvik, cache, cust and system before flashing any ROMs now. Weird...what went wrong? Could it be that synopsis kernel?

Recently I had tried to install TWRP 2.8.1.0, it did not work on my G510 (black screen).

Re-downloading and re-installing it did not help, I had to install TWRP 2.8.0.1 again.

When installing 8.18 yesterday, I only had wiped system, and everything works fine so far.

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Using Tinfoil for Facebook Im getting white boxes on some pictures.

 

Can this be fixed?

Unfortunately, no.

However in the display-caf version of SlimKat, the 'white boxes' problem's gone, but the ROM is still in experimental phase. Not suitable for daily use, yet.

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Can I uninstall Hangouts and Dialer from Slim Gapps? I want to use GTalk (because it's simple and light)

Settings -> SlimCenter -> slimsizer, you can uninstall most of the system apks

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Unfortunately, no.

However in the display-caf version of SlimKat, the 'white boxes' problem's gone, but the ROM is still in experimental phase. Not suitable for daily use, yet.

Thanks

I see you use Synopsis kernel,is this better?

I look up kernel settings and they say lulzactive is best,but Synopsis does not have this.

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Thanks

I see you use Synopsis kernel,is this better?

I look up kernel settings and they say lulzactive is best,but Synopsis does not have this.

So far so good. No random reboots yet. The phone seems more responsive.

I don't use Kernel Settings, I just use the default config: Ondemand/SIO

The only bug is that the SELinux is disabled instead of 'Permissive', which I suspect may cause 'the black screen' problem (post #4126) when flashing ROMs in recovery.

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So far so good. No random reboots yet. The phone seems more responsive.

I don't use Kernel Settings, I just use the default config: Ondemand/SIO

The only bug is that the SELinux is disabled instead of 'Permissive', which I suspect may cause 'the black screen' problem (post #4126) when flashing ROMs in recovery.

Do you find it causes issues with your phone signal?

I found I had to reboot twice to get signal to recieve sms/calls,but am not sure if the kernel would cause this

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Do you find it causes issues with your phone signal?

I found I had to reboot twice to get signal to recieve sms/calls,but am not sure if the kernel would cause this

Nope. I just got a call a few minutes ago. 

EDIT: Oh great. First random reboot just occurred. LOL xD

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Any updates on SlimLP?

 

Since my last SlimLP update, I now have audio and camera mostly working. Audio is working but without the FM radio support. The camera can take photographs but freezes and crashes out when trying to record a video clip.

 

In SlimKat + display-caf you may recall that I was getting black boxes in the browser or other apps that use webviewchromium (e.g. Feedly), especially under heavy load when other apps were still in memory. In SlimLP, so far, I haven't seen this issue - Feedly works perfectly.

 

SlimLP in general is progressing well - features are now starting to be re-added to the rom.

 

So what's left...

 

The main issue now is the RIL support - I can get it to compile but doesn't work. Other than that there is media support to fix (same as SlimKat + display-caf), FM radio, camera video recording and then performance issues.

 

Also, for anyone looking for a minimal Lollipop GApps I found this :)

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Since my last SlimLP update, I now have audio and camera mostly working. Audio is working but without the FM radio support. The camera can take photographs but freezes and crashes out when trying to record a video clip.

 

In SlimKat + display-caf you may recall that I was getting black boxes in the browser or other apps that use webviewchromium (e.g. Feedly), especially under heavy load when other apps were still in memory. In SlimLP, so far, I haven't seen this issue - Feedly works perfectly.

 

SlimLP in general is progressing well - features are now starting to be re-added to the rom.

 

So what's left...

 

The main issue now is the RIL support - I can get it to compile but doesn't work. Other than that there is media support to fix (same as SlimKat + display-caf), FM radio, camera video recording and then performance issues.

 

Also, for anyone looking for a minimal Lollipop GApps I found this :)

You should ask to dazz for the ril

 

Have you added the fm app ?

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Since my last SlimLP update, I now have audio and camera mostly working. Audio is working but without the FM radio support. The camera can take photographs but freezes and crashes out when trying to record a video clip.

In SlimKat + display-caf you may recall that I was getting black boxes in the browser or other apps that use webviewchromium (e.g. Feedly), especially under heavy load when other apps were still in memory. In SlimLP, so far, I haven't seen this issue - Feedly works perfectly.

SlimLP in general is progressing well - features are now starting to be re-added to the rom.

So what's left...

The main issue now is the RIL support - I can get it to compile but doesn't work. Other than that there is media support to fix (same as SlimKat + display-caf), FM radio, camera video recording and then performance issues.

Also, for anyone looking for a minimal Lollipop GApps I found this :)

Thanks chil, the rom promises good :)
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You should ask to dazz for the ril

 

Have you added the fm app ?

 

The audio HAL doesn't compile with FM enabled - I think the fm support in the underlying audio interfaces hasn't been added yet.

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The RIL interfaces have changed between kitkat and lollipop. I have copied in the missing QualcommSharedRIL.java from SlimKat which is used by our HuaweiQualcommRIL.java class and ported them to compile but can't get them to work.

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Are there any possibilities to see more updates for SlimKat, maybe with caf-display version? I'm not talking about Slim team updates... sorry for my bad english

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Hello. Congratulations to all for your work.
 
For months I try to compile lollipop since released the source code, but I can't succesfully compile because I always find something wrong.
 
What's Linux version you use to compile Lollipop for our g510? I usually use Ubuntu 14.04.
If you can say, what github repositories used for this?
 
It is the first time I compile something and I'm a mess.
 
Sorry for my bad english.
 
Thank you all.
 
Greetings and luck.
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The RIL interfaces have changed between kitkat and lollipop. I have copied in the missing QualcommSharedRIL.java from SlimKat which is used by our HuaweiQualcommRIL.java class and ported them to compile but can't get them to work.

Uhm...this is a bad news for u8825 user i think...no libcm.so trick so?
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Hi.

Today I tried to install Firefox OS rom on my Huawei Ascend G510, but I wasn't pleasent with that rom so I restored Slimkat.

After restore I cannot connect to mobile network. I don't have mobile network signal anymore.

Any solutions?

P.S Sorry about my english

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