- 05-06-2011, 09:09 PM #276
I am not sure if anyone noticed. But obijohn's BumbleBee works in Harmonia 1.2. I even used the to make the statusbar black. Give it a go if you need the Reboot/Recovery menu.
Mods I installed:
I have all new ones coming for the next update which will incorporate some of Obijohns changes. I've been talking to him about it as I started playing with his and ran into the same issues he has with the file not taking. Sometimes it won't even flash after booting into the rom once first.
- 05-06-2011, 10:54 PM #278
I think I am doing something wrong. I used romtools to the wipe the cache, dalvik, and flash 1.2 but when it boots up I see all my old (stock) apps and maps is already present. Kernel says picasticks and build says Harmonia 1.0. What am I missing? I was expecting the black floral bg and all the old apps gone.
You aren't wiping everything you need to be wiping.
Boot into recovery and wipe Data/cache, then go into advanced and wipe dalvik, then flash the zip.
As it is, you are not wiping anything except cache.
- 05-06-2011, 11:15 PM #280
Wallpapers are fixed now, I missed the link.
- 05-06-2011, 11:30 PM #282
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- 05-07-2011, 02:43 AM #286
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Well done LeslieAnn, I appreciate the new release. I noticed that I was having issues with my car stereo's bluetooth connection the other day. My phone permanently displayed "phonebook is being accessed by audio device" and then rebooted after a BT call. I was about to post a bug report about it but I saw the new release and tested it. 1.2 doesn't have that problem, so whatever you did or un-did has fixed my issue!
- 05-07-2011, 03:58 AM #287
- 05-07-2011, 04:03 AM #288
BumbleBee has it's own kernel, ext modules built in, some framework tweaks, etc... Harmonia uses the Picasticks kernel which is very lean, meaning it may be a little faster. You have to load the modules for extensions partitions manually or via init.d with a boot script. In all fairness, they are very similar and very good. Either one you choose, you will not have gone wrong. So far, both are fairly stock, with lots and lots stripped out. Harmonia is more stripped. Anything you can download from the market is not included (for the most part). The bumblebee kernel is over clocked out the gate at 480/768 interactive.
- 05-07-2011, 04:20 AM #289
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- 05-07-2011, 12:49 PM #292
Honestly, it was a shot in the dark that worked (not that there was a lot of alternatives).
My speeds are still around 5mbit. I wish I could get your speeds. I have a 32meg net connection with a dual band N/gigabit router, and yet mine is sloooooooow.
I tried playing with the setting and still no luck.
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