12-16-2012 02:13 PM
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  1. bjzapp's Avatar
    New problem/ issue I occured today-
    Will not enter into the settings menu. Force close pops up& states process com.android settings error
    Plz help b4 I go back to the other kernal or why this issue may of been caused by.
    09-18-2012 03:56 PM
  2. bjzapp's Avatar
    Bump
    09-20-2012 04:35 PM
  3. jawz101's Avatar
    you can go back to mrg's kernel if you'd like. I've not seen that happen.
    09-21-2012 05:22 PM
  4. jawz101's Avatar
    btw, 9/23 build up yesterday. I found a github page for another phone with a 2.6.32.x kernel and pulled several commits from it since they'd applied cleanly. highlights I was intrigued with were these 2:
    Backported initramfs from kernel 2.6.34.x
    Makefile: use hardfloat instead of soft

    I'm hesitant about that hard float instead of soft float. I don't know what the effects of a hardware based floating point function would do except hardware functions I'd think would be more preferred than software functions. Nothing blew up though. Actually, most of these patches just applied cleanly.

    My next phone with be a shiny Google Nexus phone. I'd rather have a latest and greatest Linux kernel than this old 2.6 kernel. That'll be a year or so from now. I'd like to wait until Google has a quad core.
    09-24-2012 08:15 PM
  5. diecastdonkey's Avatar
    Been running for few days with Mirage on my V, everything is great but I've been having YouTube freeze up a lot. The video stops but the audio keeps playing. Really great work though :thumbup:
    09-25-2012 08:51 PM
  6. EarthnFire78's Avatar
    btw, 9/23 build up yesterday. I found a github page for another phone with a 2.6.32.x kernel and pulled several commits from it since they'd applied cleanly. highlights I was intrigued with were these 2:
    Backported initramfs from kernel 2.6.34.x
    Makefile: use hardfloat instead of soft

    I'm hesitant about that hard float instead of soft float. I don't know what the effects of a hardware based floating point function would do except hardware functions I'd think would be more preferred than software functions. Nothing blew up though. Actually, most of these patches just applied cleanly.

    My next phone with be a shiny Google Nexus phone. I'd rather have a latest and greatest Linux kernel than this old 2.6 kernel. That'll be a year or so from now. I'd like to wait until Google has a quad core.
    I've tested out the hard float for a few days on my ROM and it seems to work very well, but it does seem to work better with ROM's that have the lib files and build.prop set to use hardware rather then software.
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    09-29-2012 10:16 PM
  7. Encerspay45's Avatar
    When I flashed this with MiRaGe, my launcher reverted to ADW (I was using GO before), none of my home screen widgets showed up, and I lost half of my apps (including the Play Store!).
    It's a good thing I made a backup before flashing, but I would like to know how I can install this kernel without this happening again, because I really want fast charging!
    10-14-2012 02:08 PM
  8. thekraven's Avatar
    When I flashed this with MiRaGe, my launcher reverted to ADW (I was using GO before), none of my home screen widgets showed up, and I lost half of my apps (including the Play Store!).
    It's a good thing I made a backup before flashing, but I would like to know how I can install this kernel without this happening again, because I really want fast charging!
    Sounds like you are flashing the rom instead of just the kernel. It should be a small 4mb file
    10-14-2012 02:52 PM
  9. Encerspay45's Avatar
    Sounds like you are flashing the rom instead of just the kernel. It should be a small 4mb file
    Nope, it was definitely the kernel.
    Would it be safe to flash the kernel without wiping the cache? Because I always seem to lose a lot of internal storage when I clear dalvik and cache from recovery..
    10-14-2012 03:03 PM
  10. sellers86's Avatar
    Because I always seem to lose a lot of internal storage when I clear dalvik and cache from recovery..
    I'm sorry but this makes absolutely no sense. Wiping is formatting. Which is deleting. You should be gaining storage.

    Sent from my One V using Android Central Forums
    10-14-2012 09:23 PM
  11. Encerspay45's Avatar
    I'm sorry but this makes absolutely no sense. Wiping is formatting. Which is deleting. You should be gaining storage.

    Sent from my One V using Android Central Forums
    Yeah, I wish I understood it. I'm using Link2SD on a FAT32 partition, if that helps...
    But in recovery, when I wipe my dalvik cache/cache, when I boot up, I have less internal storage.
    If I relink all files, and relink the dalvik cache via Link2SD, I'm fine, though.
    10-14-2012 09:26 PM
  12. tvall's Avatar
    Nope, it was definitely the kernel.
    Would it be safe to flash the kernel without wiping the cache? Because I always seem to lose a lot of internal storage when I clear dalvik and cache from recovery..
    You don't have to wipe anything when installing a kernel.
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    10-15-2012 01:31 PM
  13. jawz101's Avatar
    Experiencing wifi error message
    In wireless network settings- will not conncet connected to wifi--err.. suggestions ? anyone else sayhisor issue ?
    well, crap. I'll have to check into this because it's been happening to me for a while now. I think I was getting the same thing on mrg's so I'll have to look into it. For me it won't connect to 3g or wifi intermittently until I reboot.
    11-23-2012 12:43 PM
  14. bjzapp's Avatar
    thanks for looking into this and sorry for the mis-spellings--I don't use Tapatalk
    Glad you could understand what was going on....
    wish you could have responded sooner than you did though.....
    11-24-2012 03:09 PM
  15. thewraith420's Avatar
    thanks for looking into this and sorry for the mis-spellings--I don't use Tapatalk
    Glad you could understand what was going on....
    wish you could have responded sooner than you did though.....
    Don't forget, the devs behind all our mods/kernels/roms have lives too and they don't get anything for their work. Comments like "wish you could have responded sooner" are really uncalled for. Please try to consider all the dev work here a privilege to have available. We have a lot to thank these guys for and if they take some time off, they certainly deserve it.

    Tapatalk'n it from my Cold As Ice VM670 running LS670ZVJ firmware
    11-25-2012 01:54 PM
  16. jawz101's Avatar
    I'm not on android central too often. moreso on xda- but even there I check it maybe once every week or 2. Plus, I haven't really been messing with my phone much lately. if anyone has any input on when this started happening in mrg's kernel I'll take a look.
    11-25-2012 05:33 PM
  17. EarthnFire78's Avatar
    I'm not on android central too often. moreso on xda- but even there I check it maybe once every week or 2. Plus, I haven't really been messing with my phone much lately. if anyone has any input on when this started happening in mrg's kernel I'll take a look.
    You could take a look at my kernel repo and see if any changes there in the coding could have caused the problem. Haven't done anything to the code for almost a month now, but Wi-fi has never been a problem with my kernel.
    11-25-2012 07:15 PM
  18. daffy_duck_nj's Avatar
    I'm currently using this with my V. Works great with latest OM-Mandylion ROM.
    12-10-2012 12:08 PM
  19. jxc011's Avatar
    Working good on magpie

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Android Central Forums
    12-11-2012 12:28 AM
  20. EnMod's Avatar
    i had that issue with mrgs last few kernels and both of jawz kernels... please note, that in my experience, wifi was operational on zv9, but borked on zv5... i thought i had mentioned this somewhere but perhaps it slipped my mind... :-)
    I've had the issue as well, but I've always been on ZV4. Hey jawz101 do you think it's a baseband issue? I doubt it, but hey.
    12-11-2012 10:25 AM
  21. daffy_duck_nj's Avatar
    I've had the issue as well, but I've always been on ZV4. Hey jawz101 do you think it's a baseband issue? I doubt it, but hey.
    No issues with 3G or WiFi connectivity using this kernel, so far. The phone connects faster to both for me than when I used mrg666's stuff. I'm on Z4 baseband, and I use the Green Power battery saving app.
    12-11-2012 11:41 AM
  22. llamadon's Avatar
    Working good on magpie

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Android Central Forums
    I also use Magpie. I have not found one I like better.

    Sent from my ARCHOS 80G9 using Tapatalk 2
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    12-11-2012 08:35 PM
  23. jawz101's Avatar
    it's a thought. I don't know which baseband I'm on though
    12-16-2012 02:13 PM
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