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  1. davidh44's Avatar
    Here is the ringtones and sounds (everything from system/media), someone else had requested it for Aphrodite.

    This is not a flashable format, extract it and place it on your sdcard, then link your tones to it, or put them in manually.

    Auto-sign.rar
    Thanks, but that file looks like it's for something else.
    04-28-2011 03:36 PM
  2. Eollie's Avatar
    Thanks, but that file looks like it's for something else.
    you have to un zip it...



    I like how newbs come in and elude a known dev is giving us bad things to eat....
    04-28-2011 03:48 PM
  3. davidh44's Avatar
    you have to un zip it...



    I like how newbs come in and elude a known dev is giving us bad things to eat....
    That seems a little harsh. Did you look at the file yourself before making the comment? I'm totally appreciative of the devs. And it's allude...get your insults right.
    04-28-2011 04:04 PM
  4. Takenover83's Avatar
    I just looked at it. It's the package that autosigns apk's. Looks like LesslieAnn gave you the wrong file. Simple mistake.
    04-28-2011 04:13 PM
  5. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    Thanks, but that file looks like it's for something else.
    Oops, off by one line grabbing the link.
    Fixed now.

    Or click this
    audio.rar
    04-28-2011 04:17 PM
  6. csrow's Avatar
    So, Skype wasn't the battery drain for me. With or without, I am averaging 8%/hour. This is same as the stock ROM. I think I just have too many stuff. I just have to live with it.

    The ROM and the kernel has been ultra stable and very compatible. Not one hiccup. Obi, thanks for your work.
    04-28-2011 04:42 PM
  7. davidh44's Avatar
    Oops, off by one line grabbing the link.
    Fixed now.

    Or click this
    audio.rar
    Thank you!
    04-28-2011 05:11 PM
  8. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    So, Skype wasn't the battery drain for me. With or without, I am averaging 8%/hour. This is same as the stock ROM. I think I just have too many stuff. I just have to live with it.

    The ROM and the kernel has been ultra stable and very compatible. Not one hiccup. Obi, thanks for your work.
    Download a task killer and see what all in running in the background.

    I could almost run a wifi hotspot at 8% per hour. Seriously, that is waaaaaay fast.

    Otherwise make a thread and post ALL of your apps, maybe someone can pinpoint your battery vampire.
    04-28-2011 05:26 PM
  9. davidh44's Avatar
    I've gotten hands on with 4 Optimus V's. One can do 825Mhz stable, the other three can only do 748Mhz stable. Unfortunately, mine is one of the latter. It'll work fine when I'm doing stuff I think would work the CPU such as Angry Birds, but it'll just randomly reboot when I'm doing remedial things. I've tried both Performance and Interactive with 480 and 600 min.

    768 is fine as a default setting though, as it's a good starting point that shouldn't keep any Optimus V from not working.
    I just had my phone reboot with 748/600 interactive simply viewing the missed calls. If it can handle games and linpack just fine but reboots on simple actions, I wonder if it's a software issue instead (maybe Swype beta?). Seems no one else has had to go as low as 729 on the Optimus V. I'll have to go back to basics and see how it works without much of anything loaded.
    04-28-2011 07:01 PM
  10. obijohn's Avatar
    I just had my phone reboot with 748/600 interactive simply viewing the missed calls. If it can handle games and linpack just fine but reboots on simple actions, I wonder if it's a software issue instead (maybe Swype beta?). Seems no one else has had to go as low as 729 on the Optimus V. I'll have to go back to basics and see how it works without much of anything loaded.
    Start up SetCPU, set the max to 806. Start a Stress Test and let it run for 10 minutes or so. If you get no errors, I would say the CPU is handling it. If you can go for 20 minutes with no errors, it is definitely not your CPU crashing the phone. Can you go back to the stock Swype app and see if you still get reboots?
    04-28-2011 09:53 PM
  11. davidh44's Avatar
    Start up SetCPU, set the max to 806. Start a Stress Test and let it run for 10 minutes or so. If you get no errors, I would say the CPU is handling it. If you can go for 20 minutes with no errors, it is definitely not your CPU crashing the phone. Can you go back to the stock Swype app and see if you still get reboots?
    I started fresh...did a wipe of the cache and data, and reinstalled Bumblebee ROM 1.12 full wipe version. I didn't install SetCPU at first, letting it go at the default 768/480 interactive, but it rebooted. So after installing SetCPU, I stress tested at both 806 and 768 for over 20 minutes without issue, but it'll still reboot when doing simple things like checking missed calls log or editing e-mail account settings.

    So the only thing left to do seems to be to keep lowering the overclock until the reboot goes away or until I reach stock speed. if the latter, I either have a faulty phone or something got messed up when I was bouncing between different ROMs and I'm unable to clear it out.

    Thanks for your help!
    04-29-2011 01:49 AM
  12. davidh44's Avatar
    I've read the "Wipe cache partition" in recovery doesn't always clear the dalvik cache as well, and that it depends on the ROM. Do you know if it does as far as Xionia .4 Virgin recovery and Bumblebee ROM 1.12 are concerned?

    I'm loving your Bumblebee ROM! I can't see the kanji under Comics in the Market, so it looks like I'll have to load in that large font. Hopefully, it's as easy as loading ringtones back onto the phone.
    04-29-2011 01:52 AM
  13. citizeninsane89's Avatar
    The kernel is 17 not 19
    04-29-2011 11:46 AM
  14. Takenover83's Avatar
    Looks like a new version is up.
    e2fs binaries and libs: debugfs, e2fsck, mke2fs, resize2fs, tune2fs

    build.prop tweaks

    Kernel stripped of debug info, now lean-and-mean


    NOTE: To get the e2fs progs and build.prop tweaks, you need to install the ROM "no-wipe" version if upgrading, not just the Kernel. The Kernel install is just the kernel.
    04-29-2011 11:50 AM
  15. bornagainpenguin's Avatar
    UPDATED April 29, 2011

    Bumblebee ROM 1.13 | Kernel 1.19


    [LIST][*] e2fs binaries and libs: debugfs, e2fsck, mke2fs, resize2fs, tune2fs

    [*] build.prop tweaks

    [*] Kernel stripped of debug info, now lean-and-mean


    NOTE: To get the e2fs progs and build.prop tweaks, you need to install the ROM "no-wipe" version if upgrading, not just the Kernel. The Kernel install is just the kernel.
    Hmm...not sure if worth upgrading kernel only at this point. Since I'm planning to get a large MicroSDHC Card in the future I may hold off on where I am now and wait until then to try an upgrade to the ROM so to take better advantage of the changes being made. Unless someone can post showing the stripping of the debugging code is making that much of a difference?

    --bornagainpenguin
    04-29-2011 12:31 PM
  16. obijohn's Avatar
    The kernel is 17 not 19
    Oopsie. Yeah, 17 is the correct version when checking About Phone from Settings. I made a typo in the version argument to my zip-building script, which then named the zip with that number. I should really update that script to read the version info from the kernel build directory instead of typing it in manually when I do the zip.

    Unfortunately, the zip with "19" in the name is already up on the multiupload host, and I don't want to hose anybody's download by removing it. I'll edit the first post to point this out, but the next release (in a day or two) will have it right.
    citizeninsane89 likes this.
    04-29-2011 01:28 PM
  17. thexxoffspring's Avatar
    this is by far the fastest rom ive put on my phone. no lag at all. idk about battery life yet but ill get back on that soon
    04-30-2011 09:06 AM
  18. overthinkingme's Avatar
    Does this Rom have this implemented?

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=780828

    If not, would highly recommend.

    Sent from my VM670 using Tapatalk
    05-01-2011 01:38 AM
  19. Kiernon's Avatar
    Does this Rom have this implemented?

    [App] AppWidgetPicker - xda-developers

    If not, would highly recommend.

    Sent from my VM670 using Tapatalk
    I think Menu Power Control Widgets and this are the two features I miss the most from aosp ROM. Consolidation is a beautiful thing.

    -K
    05-01-2011 03:13 AM
  20. obijohn's Avatar
    Does this Rom have this implemented?

    [App] AppWidgetPicker - xda-developers

    If not, would highly recommend.

    Sent from my VM670 using Tapatalk
    That doesn't have to be implemented, since it's functionality that the app itself provides. Just install it as per the instructions in that thread and it works. I guess since it's released under the Apache 2 license I could include it in the ROM, but first I need to make sure it works as advertised (and no FCes or anything).

    I think Menu Power Control Widgets and this are the two features I miss the most from aosp ROM. Consolidation is a beautiful thing.

    -K
    You mean the notification bar power control toggles from CM7? Yeah, those are neat, but it's not something that can just be included like an app. Someone ported it for Sense-based roms and it requires flashing an update zip (sometimes multiple times), replaces framework.jar, and it's overall a pretty intensive install process for such a small feature. Have you taken a look at Elixir? It doesn't provide notification bar controls, but the control widgets it does provide are awesome and very configurable.
    05-01-2011 07:52 AM
  21. bswann's Avatar
    I love this Rom/kernal, it is awesome. I have one request - will you include the reboot / recovery options upon power button press like in the nameless and slide Roms in you next update please.

    Sent from my topless assistant
    Jaruddd likes this.
    05-01-2011 10:48 AM
  22. Superorb's Avatar
    I love this Rom/kernal, it is awesome. I have one request - will you include the reboot / recovery options upon power button press like in the nameless and slide Roms in you next update please.

    Sent from my topless assistant
    +1.

    I'd love to have a reboot and recovery reboot option instead of just shutdown.
    05-02-2011 12:27 PM
  23. overthinkingme's Avatar
    would this method work for working it? or is it device-dependent? or a port from cm6?
    05-02-2011 03:31 PM
  24. Takenover83's Avatar
    This rom/kernel just get's better and better with each release. Thanks for the continue'd support obijohn. The features are just mounting up
    05-02-2011 04:02 PM
  25. obijohn's Avatar
    would this method work for working it? or is it device-dependent? or a port from cm6?
    I'll take a more in-depth look at it in a couple of days. At first glance, that code looks like it depends on some Samsung-specific stuff, but the LG framework might be close enough that it might not be not too far off.
    05-02-2011 04:03 PM
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