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  1. Growjunky's Avatar
    I have new build https://github.com/inferiorhumanorga...rc/wiki/Binary
    Changelog

    09-13-11:

    Kernel v2: a) Added: CIFS(Common Internet File System) module b) Changed: To NOVATEK_HITACHI - So new Hitachi screens will work. <--A big Thanks to CaptainShanks for all the testing!

    Please don't thank me, instead donate to Blarf for all the great work he has done.

    Enjoy!

    Builders: Here is IHO v2 kernel with WiFi and Tun modules: VM670NH_Kernel.zip
    Is that kernal flashable.
    09-13-2011 11:12 PM
  2. DF3's Avatar
    How do I go about updating BobZhome rom?

    I wiped the cache & the dalvick cache, and then flashed the rom through the IHO recovery.

    The first time I booted in I noticed that there was a messaging saying that the phone storage was running slow, so I guess everything from the SD was moved. Some apps were missing, and settings were reset.

    And then It rebooted, and remained frozen on the boot animation screen, so I ended up pulling out the battery after 10 minutes of nothing happening and restored my nandroid back up.
    09-14-2011 02:02 AM
  3. joshgee's Avatar
    How do I go about updating BobZhome rom?

    I wiped the cache & the dalvick cache, and then flashed the rom through the IHO recovery.

    The first time I booted in I noticed that there was a messaging saying that the phone storage was running slow, so I guess everything from the SD was moved. Some apps were missing, and settings were reset.

    And then It rebooted, and remained frozen on the boot animation screen, so I ended up pulling out the battery after 10 minutes of nothing happening and restored my nandroid back up.
    I've never been able to get a successful update with an IHO build, I've always had to do a full wipe. I have a check list of settings I like and I paid for Titanium Backup Pro (best 6 bucks I've spent) so I don't have to clic through all that batch restore stuff.
    09-14-2011 03:37 AM
  4. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    Regarding overclocking BACKside, it there any difference between using the built in settings and No-Frills CPU?

    Sent via VM670
    09-14-2011 08:01 AM
  5. Eollie's Avatar
    Regarding overclocking BACKside, it there any difference between using the built in settings and No-Frills CPU?

    Sent via VM670
    The built in saves app space.
    09-14-2011 09:24 AM
  6. mrg666's Avatar
    Is that kernal flashable.
    No, it is for ROM builder to include in their build.
    09-14-2011 11:34 AM
  7. mrg666's Avatar
    I have new build https://github.com/inferiorhumanorga...rc/wiki/Binary
    Changelog

    09-13-11:

    Kernel v2: a) Added: CIFS(Common Internet File System) module b) Changed: To NOVATEK_HITACHI - So new Hitachi screens will work. <--A big Thanks to CaptainShanks for all the testing!

    Please don't thank me, instead donate to Blarf for all the great work he has done.

    Enjoy!

    Builders: Here is IHO v2 kernel with WiFi and Tun modules: VM670NH_Kernel.zip
    Thanks Bob, Bigsupersquid, and Captainshanks. I have also updated the Mirage build with Bob's IHO kernel. I have flashed the ROM on my phone and everything seems to be fine (no white flashes on the screen while booting). Also confirmed that the kernel is BobZhome v2. You can find it in the Wiki.

    I have also updated the warning note to reflect that we don't need the Xionia kernel anymore.
    09-14-2011 11:35 AM
  8. Eollie's Avatar
    Thanks Bob, Bigsupersquid, and Captainshanks. I have also updated the Mirage build with Bob's IHO kernel. I have flashed the ROM on my phone and everything seems to be fine (no white flashes on the screen while booting). Also confirmed that the kernel is BobZhome v2. You can find it in the Wiki.

    I have also updated the warning note to reflect that we don't need the Xionia kernel anymore.
    I would leave the warning. Not all builds listed include this kernel and therefore could still cause issues.

    If I am misreading your post I appologize. I just think keeping the warning is a good idea.
    09-14-2011 11:57 AM
  9. RyanJKremer's Avatar
    I've had little luck overclocking with the CM settings with both BACKside and Mirage. At best, the settings I choose do not stick, and at worst - I am thrown into a boot-loop. I am not trying to crank it all the way up to 864MHz - just want to set my min at 600 and my max somewhere between 700 and 800. Anyone else seeing this?
    09-14-2011 12:24 PM
  10. mrg666's Avatar
    I would leave the warning. Not all builds listed include this kernel and therefore could still cause issues.

    If I am misreading your post I appologize. I just think keeping the warning is a good idea.
    Yeah I agree, Warning has not been removed, it is still there. Just the wording has been changed to remove the references to Xionia kernel.
    09-14-2011 01:37 PM
  11. Eollie's Avatar
    I've had little luck overclocking with the CM settings with both BACKside and Mirage. At best, the settings I choose do not stick, and at worst - I am thrown into a boot-loop. I am not trying to crank it all the way up to 864MHz - just want to set my min at 600 and my max somewhere between 700 and 800. Anyone else seeing this?
    Keep your minimum around 480 and you maximum about 767 and you should be ok. 600 is kinda high for a minimum.
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    09-14-2011 01:39 PM
  12. Whyzor's Avatar
    nevermind
    09-14-2011 03:13 PM
  13. JerryScript's Avatar
    Optimus S Gingerbread OTA has been grabbed from cache, and is available to download:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...pdate-zip.html, Yummy!
    bigsupersquid and RT78 like this.
    09-14-2011 03:36 PM
  14. joshlete's Avatar
    I am installing JerryScript's latest build, but I get this error when trying to flash it.

    E:Wrong digets:
    META-INF /com/google/android/updater-script
    E:signature verification failed
    Installation aborted

    I tried even reformatting, resetting, and I flashed that .zip file to clean everything up.

    What is odd, is when I reboot, it run the ROM like it worked. I am thinking it is somehow loading the older JerryScript build. How would I find out which build is being ran in the phone?

    EDIT: Now it is just sitting at the I.H.O main screen when booting up.
    Posted this like 2 pages ago. Is there anyone that can help me??
    09-14-2011 07:30 PM
  15. JerryScript's Avatar
    Sounds like a bad download, did you try checking the md5 value?
    09-14-2011 07:44 PM
  16. JerryScript's Avatar
    The gingerbread update to the Optimus S looks promising. Looks like the S devs may have it rooted before the end of the day.

    Edit: THEY HAVE ROOT!!!
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    09-14-2011 07:56 PM
  17. pandacookie's Avatar
    @Jerry: excellent news! For a while there it didn't look promising.
    09-14-2011 08:27 PM
  18. Growjunky's Avatar
    Does this mean we will have a stock gingerbread rom soon

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
    09-14-2011 08:33 PM
  19. pandacookie's Avatar
    Does this mean we will have a stock gingerbread rom soon

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
    Pray. Pray hard.
    09-14-2011 08:34 PM
  20. RT78's Avatar
    Does this mean we will have a stock gingerbread rom soon

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
    Pray. Pray hard.
    Ok so I know I'm a newb and all but maybe you can explain to me why a stock gingerbread is so great.? What can it give that these awesome IHO roms couldn't or haven't?
    09-14-2011 08:39 PM
  21. mrg666's Avatar
    Ok so I know I'm a newb and all but maybe you can explain to me why a stock gingerbread is so great.? What can it give that these awesome IHO roms couldn't or haven't?
    Agreed. IHO is so good and close to be perfect, I would not give it up to go back anything stock. My only hope is that the binary libraries in the stock GB ROM could help resolving last few standing issues such as headphone/audio problems and "maybe" getting more performance (or battery life). But the stock GB ROM will come with its own problems and those could be more significant than what we currently have in IHO. Actually, none of the problems in IHO are bothering me at all.

    Edit: Thanks to Blarf, Bob, Jerry.
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    09-14-2011 08:59 PM
  22. JerryScript's Avatar
    Stock Gingerbread will never be as good as CM7, simply because it doesn't have the features that CM7 adds to Gingerbread. Imagine Gingerbread is the bread itself, and CM7 like adding pumpkin and spice to make an awesome cake. Gingerbread is great by itself, with CM7 it's awesome.

    The reason having stock gingerbread is good news is it will allow us to see how the phone's designers and programmers put it all together. This allows us to take what they know and make it work better, or at least more like we want it to. We may be able to have fully functioning headsets, better bluetooth support, less wifi headaches, better battery life, etc etc. Notice I said may, this is all speculative, but you can bet there will be some improvements thanks to this being released.
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    09-14-2011 09:02 PM
  23. pandacookie's Avatar
    Stock Gingerbread will never be as good as CM7, simply because it doesn't have the features that CM7 adds to Gingerbread. Imagine Gingerbread is the bread itself, and CM7 like adding pumpkin and spice to make an awesome cake. Gingerbread is great by itself, with CM7 it's awesome.

    The reason having stock gingerbread is good news is it will allow us to see how the phone's designers and programmers put it all together. This allows us to take what they know and make it work better, or at least more like we want it to. We may be able to have fully functioning headsets, better bluetooth support, less wifi headaches, better battery life, etc etc. Notice I said may, this is all speculative, but you can bet there will be some improvements thanks to this being released.
    Exactly what I'm looking forward to is seeing what you guys do with this! If you guys can do great things with IHO, imagine the possibilities!
    09-14-2011 09:10 PM
  24. JerryScript's Avatar
    OK, I decided to go ahead and risk my phone and try it out. I cleaned out the radio image and a few other things that made me nervous, edited the updater-script and build prop, resigned everthing. I did a nandroid backup of course, did a full wipe, installed the modified Sprint Gingerbread zip, flashed gapps, then flashed mmarz's sprint-to-ov zip file.

    The phone started up, showed the standard LG logo, then all of a sudden there was an explosion and the sprint logo appeared, kinda cool actually. It then went through the standard android bootanimation, and next thing you know I'm at the account sign in screen.

    I hadn't taken the necessary steps to get it working with the virgin mobile network, and the wifi modules don't seem compatible as is, but I was able to boot into the OS, and use the phone minus network/phone capabilities. The interface is buttery smooth, and everything else seems to work great.

    Good news for future ROM upgrades and builds!

    Edit: Power off just hung at the powering off box, pulled battery, rebooted, wifi works fine, signed into market fine. On second time I opened market, it upgraded.
    09-14-2011 10:17 PM
  25. pandacookie's Avatar
    @Jerry: and you did this on the OV?

    EDIT: Never mind.........
    09-14-2011 10:27 PM
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