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  1. deadset's Avatar
    Yeah there is definitely some kind of double click problem. It actually makes using swype almost impossible.
    09-15-2011 04:27 PM
  2. JerryScript's Avatar
    Yes it will require the ZVH baseband, and you will be required to fully wipe your device before flashing.

    Also, the build won't be for at least another week, using the newer files is not a just simple copy-paste operation.

    P.S. If anyone has experience with CM7 (blarf and JerryScript, I'm looking at YOU) that would like to help with this, I'd greatly appreciate it.
    PM'd you my email addy, I have extra time this week, let me know how I can help.
    09-15-2011 04:52 PM
  3. Sdude1200's Avatar
    So one issue I have with his kernel so far is the media-voice search button hack. I was using it to change songs semi-hand free but since flashing this, it hasn't worked. Any ideas?

    Sent from my LG Optimus S CM7ed
    09-15-2011 06:37 PM
  4. srthimsen's Avatar
    Yeah there is definitely some kind of double click problem. It actually makes using swype almost impossible.
    Had this after installing this kernel on top of gROM. I wiped everything and reinstalled just gROM and the high sensitivity on the keyboards appears to be gone (tried both swype and android default).
    09-15-2011 06:43 PM
  5. memsman's Avatar
    Had this after installing this kernel on top of gROM. I wiped everything and reinstalled just gROM and the high sensitivity on the keyboards appears to be gone (tried both swype and android default).
    If you reinstall gROM after installing the kernel, you are losing the kernel install, isn't that right?
    09-15-2011 06:49 PM
  6. srthimsen's Avatar
    If you reinstall gROM after installing the kernel, you are losing the kernel install, isn't that right?
    That's correct - in my thinking, it appears that the sensitivity issues are caused by the kernel, not the rom.
    09-15-2011 06:51 PM
  7. jstntp's Avatar
    That's correct - in my thinking, it appears that the sensitivity issues are caused by the kernel, not the rom.
    I posted this earlier, but I'll post it again. I definitely had the twitchy screen and keyboard problems with the stock rom and stock kernal. That was last night and it all seems to have gone away today.
    09-15-2011 07:02 PM
  8. kazea182's Avatar
    I posted this earlier, but I'll post it again. I definitely had the twitchy screen and keyboard problems with the stock rom and stock kernal. That was last night and it all seems to have gone away today.
    Just to clarify, you are running the new Kernel WITH gROM and you no longer have a twitchy screen?
    09-15-2011 08:17 PM
  9. srthimsen's Avatar
    After a clean wipe and reflash of grom, i cleared cache and dalvik cache, then flashed the gingerkernel. No problems with highly sensitive screen, in fact, not a single double tap this entire message.

    Sent from my LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-15-2011 09:07 PM
  10. jstntp's Avatar
    Just to clarify, you are running the new Kernel WITH gROM and you no longer have a twitchy screen?
    No I am running gROM with the stock kernal and I no longer have the twitchy screen. My point was, I had the issue and it went away by itself unexplained without changing kernal.
    09-15-2011 09:27 PM
  11. kazea182's Avatar
    No I am running gROM with the stock kernal and I no longer have the twitchy screen. My point was, I had the issue and it went away by itself unexplained without changing kernal.
    I originally installed gROM with the new kernel, and I had the twitchy screen. Reflashed gROM without the kernel, no twitchy screen. So it is definitely the kernel. Hopefully drew can find a fix for it.

    I miss my OC to 864.
    09-15-2011 09:46 PM
  12. dafluke24's Avatar
    No I am running gROM with the stock kernal and I no longer have the twitchy screen. My point was, I had the issue and it went away by itself unexplained without changing kernal.
    same here. Good to know I wasn't the only one. I noticed the twitchy screen with stock kernel on gROM as well. Annoyed the hell out of me when I was trying to move icons to the desktop lol But it went away for now and working fine. Weird.
    09-15-2011 10:18 PM
  13. drewwalton19216801's Avatar
    I originally installed gROM with the new kernel, and I had the twitchy screen. Reflashed gROM without the kernel, no twitchy screen. So it is definitely the kernel. Hopefully drew can find a fix for it.

    I miss my OC to 864.
    Even with the stock kernel the screen does strange things. I'm pretty sure it's the software (as opposed to the kernel) that's bugging out but I'm going to rebuild the kernel from stock sources to see if anything I have done makes this issue more apparent.
    09-15-2011 10:43 PM
  14. pergerson6's Avatar
    Even with the stock kernel the screen does strange things. I'm pretty sure it's the software (as opposed to the kernel) that's bugging out but I'm going to rebuild the kernel from stock sources to see if anything I have done makes this issue more apparent.
    Will that help with cm7 issues also?

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-15-2011 10:46 PM
  15. Sdude1200's Avatar
    Anyone able to help me with my issue?

    Sent from my CM7ed LG Optimus S
    09-15-2011 10:56 PM
  16. strra's Avatar
    Even with the stock kernel the screen does strange things. I'm pretty sure it's the software (as opposed to the kernel) that's bugging out but I'm going to rebuild the kernel from stock sources to see if anything I have done makes this issue more apparent.
    i honestly don't think it's your kernel. i ran without it all day and i was having the issue. i flashed the kernel tonight to see if it would fix it but i'm still having the issue.
    since not everyone is having the issue, i'm pondering the possibility of maybe it being those of us with the original LCD's?
    09-16-2011 12:46 AM
  17. Sdude1200's Avatar
    i honestly don't think it's your kernel. i ran without it all day and i was having the issue. i flashed the kernel tonight to see if it would fix it but i'm still having the issue.
    since not everyone is having the issue, i'm pondering the possibility of maybe it being those of us with the original LCD's?
    That's a good idea. Im on CM7 and flashed it and was having the double-clicking problem also. So I flashed back to Xionia for now

    Sent from my CM7ed LG Optimus S
    09-16-2011 01:06 AM
  18. strra's Avatar
    i honestly don't think it's your kernel. i ran without it all day and i was having the issue. i flashed the kernel tonight to see if it would fix it but i'm still having the issue.
    since not everyone is having the issue, i'm pondering the possibility of maybe it being those of us with the original LCD's?
    after playing around with quite a few combinations, the issue seems to intensify when i'm using gingerkernel and i'm overclocked.
    i have the issue now and then on stock with stock kernel and i seem to have least issues on gROM with stock kernel.
    09-16-2011 02:17 AM
  19. strra's Avatar
    Even with the stock kernel the screen does strange things. I'm pretty sure it's the software (as opposed to the kernel) that's bugging out but I'm going to rebuild the kernel from stock sources to see if anything I have done makes this issue more apparent.
    if this helps development at all, my experiences were:
    stock/gROM + gingerkernel + overclocked = super high sensitivity, almost unusable
    stock/gROM + gingerkernel = somewhat high sensitivity. comes and goes.
    stock + stock kernel = somewhat high sensitivity. comes and goes.
    gROM + stock kernel = no sensitivity issues so far
    09-16-2011 02:19 PM
  20. pergerson6's Avatar
    And that = sticking with zvd and Cm7 for the time being lol.

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-16-2011 02:21 PM
  21. cloroxx.l's Avatar
    And that = sticking with zvd and Cm7 for the time being lol.

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    Amen. I had no other choice but to revert back! :P

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-16-2011 07:56 PM
  22. Dassin's Avatar
    Just thought I would add my own experience here: Running gROM 1.1 and GingerKernel V03, I can increase the problematic screen by overclocking, and reduce it by clocking back to 600. I haven't checked if it scales with the clock yet, or if it is with a particular scaling method, but I definitely had issues with SUPER sensitive screen at 768 with smartass2, and basically normal with 600 ondemand.

    Edit:

    It wasn't so bad last night at 600, but I got up this morning having changed NOTHING and the screen was crazy sensitive again. I think I might have to revert to Froyo :P
    09-16-2011 10:41 PM
  23. pergerson6's Avatar
    Can anybody tell me the true advantages of having official over unofficial gingerbread?

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-16-2011 11:31 PM
  24. drewwalton19216801's Avatar
    Can anybody tell me the true advantages of having official over unofficial gingerbread?

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    IMO official Gingerbread has little to no advantages over unofficial at this time.

    Unofficial Gingerbread (CM7 at the moment) seems to work 10 times better, considering the issues people have been having with the latest official update (GingerKernel aside).

    Also, with unofficial Gingerbread you generally don't have to wait an unnecessarily long time to get updates.

    That's my 2 cents.
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    09-17-2011 05:59 AM
  25. pergerson6's Avatar
    IMO official Gingerbread has little to no advantages over unofficial at this time.

    Unofficial Gingerbread (CM7 at the moment) seems to work 10 times better, considering the issues people have been having with the latest official update (GingerKernel aside).

    Also, with unofficial Gingerbread you generally don't have to wait an unnecessarily long time to get updates.

    That's my 2 cents.
    So will there be a fix for the cm7 users for this kernel version? Im still not able to get this version or the prior version to boot past the cyanogen boot screen. reinstall xionia and reboots fine.
    09-17-2011 09:00 AM
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