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  1. Spiral_ouT#AC's Avatar
    For those that are having issues with market not showing up after flashing Gapps, can you do a quick test?

    Please post results as:
    1) Custom Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    2) Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    3) Newest Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    Then any comments...

    Thanks for testing,
    Bob
    Custom Gapps - Works
    Gapps - Works
    Newest Gapps - works

    Steps I took to get Gapps working:

    1) Reboot into recovery
    2) Wipe cache / delvik
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Reboot
    5) Reboot into recovery
    6) Flash Newest Gapps: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-gb-20110828-signed.zip
    7) Reboot

    Not sure why I had to do it that way, but it worked.
    BobZhome likes this.
    09-23-2011 02:49 PM
  2. BobZhome's Avatar
    Ya, I always boot after flashing ROM. I change all my setting to my liking, then boot into recovery again to flash Gapps. It may be why I don't have that problem...hopefully this will help the others
    Thanks for testing,
    Bob
    09-23-2011 03:57 PM
  3. bkwright87's Avatar
    For those that are having issues with market not showing up after flashing Gapps, can you do a quick test?

    Test 1:
    1) Backup your current ROM
    2) Wipe/format everything EXCEPT SDcard
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Flash my custom Gapps: gapps-gb-20110613-BobZ.zip
    5) Reboot
    See if market shows up...

    Test 2:
    1) Reboot into recovery
    2) Wipe/format everything EXCEPT SDcard
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Flash Gapps: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-gb-20110613-signed.zip
    5) Reboot
    See if market shows up...

    Test 3:
    1) Reboot into recovery
    2) Wipe/format everything EXCEPT SDcard
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Flash Newest Gapps: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-gb-20110828-signed.zip
    5) Reboot
    See if market shows up...

    Please post results as:
    1) Custom Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    2) Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    3) Newest Gapps - "works" or "does not work"
    Then any comments...

    Thanks for testing,
    Bob
    In my tests of all three gapps,zip flashing them after installing the ROM moves all of the apks into the /system/apps folder, but does not install them.
    09-23-2011 05:47 PM
  4. BobZhome's Avatar
    The question/test was not answered...was market installed correctly with any of the Gapps?
    Did you try Spiral_ouT fix:
    Code:
    Steps I took to get Gapps working:
    
    1) Reboot into recovery
    2) Wipe cache / delvik
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Reboot
    5) Reboot into recovery
    6) Flash Newest Gapps: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-gb-20110828-signed.zip
    7) Reboot
    
    Not sure why I had to do it that way, but it worked.
    to see if it worked for you?
    09-23-2011 08:01 PM
  5. Growjunky's Avatar
    I flash the rom and the new gapps 8/28 and then rebooted and it worked fine.

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
    09-23-2011 09:28 PM
  6. pergerson6's Avatar
    I just want to say that Bob zhome's. V3.1 kernel is amazing! Thank you.

    Sent from my LG-LS670 using Tapatalk
    09-23-2011 10:54 PM
  7. mrg666's Avatar
    I have updated my build in the Wiki with 09242011. Synced two recent merges in the CM framework/base repo adding missing functions in the 2D accelerated rendering libraries. I wanted to test if OV had any benefit from these merges. So, if you try please post here if you see any improvement on the screen animations and transitions. I am not sure if this is placebo effect but there seems to be some improvement on the screen animations on my OV. There are no other changes.
    digitaljeannie likes this.
    09-24-2011 01:24 AM
  8. digitaljeannie's Avatar
    I have updated my build in the Wiki with 09242011. Synced two recent merges in the CM framework/base repo adding missing functions in the 2D accelerated rendering libraries. I wanted to test if OV had any benefit from these merges. So, if you try please post here if you see any improvement on the screen animations and transitions. I am not sure if this is placebo effect but there seems to be some improvement on the screen animations on my OV. There are no other changes.
    See, I knew as soon as I took the plunge and converted to IHO & got everything set up the way I wanted you'd post a new update. hahaha.
    I have my windows animations turned off so I probably wouldn't notice a change so I'm gonna stick with the 9/22 build for now. But i do want you to know that after putting your 9/22 build on my phone, my battery life on idle overnight was about 2% per hour which is really quite decent and the battery drain overall seemed fairly on-par with what I've gotten on other ROMs. I did just recently recalibrate my battery so may have something to do with it, not sure, but I didn't notice an increased battery draw that others had expressed.
    I had so much fun being home with my germs yesterday and just geeking out on my phone all day long that when the DH got home, I talked him into letting me geek out on his phone too and he absolutely loves his new purple themed phone and I assured him that I restored his apps properly so he wouldn't have to start Angry Birds all over again.
    mrg666 likes this.
    09-24-2011 07:43 AM
  9. digitaljeannie's Avatar
    I flash the rom and the new gapps 8/28 and then rebooted and it worked fine.

    Sent from my LG-VM670 using Tapatalk
    The new gapps worked for me as well. Wiped, flashed ROM, Gapps, Launcher & email, in succession, then wiped again & rebooted. all seemed well
    09-24-2011 07:47 AM
  10. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    Does Mirage require an additional ext3 partition like BobZhome does?
    09-24-2011 08:11 AM
  11. zedorda's Avatar
    Does Mirage require an additional ext3 partition like BobZhome does?
    BobZhome is the only IHO that use a second partition without additional software.
    Ticojpunk likes this.
    09-24-2011 08:25 AM
  12. ShortRound51's Avatar
    Does Mirage require an additional ext3 partition like BobZhome does?
    And BobZhome's version doesn't necessarily require one. It will run perfectly fine without one, Only DarkTremor will not function. It won't even give an error.

    Sent from my LG Optimus-V using Tapatalk
    Ticojpunk likes this.
    09-24-2011 08:48 AM
  13. mrg666's Avatar
    See, I knew as soon as I took the plunge and converted to IHO & got everything set up the way I wanted you'd post a new update. hahaha.
    I have my windows animations turned off so I probably wouldn't notice a change so I'm gonna stick with the 9/22 build for now. But i do want you to know that after putting your 9/22 build on my phone, my battery life on idle overnight was about 2% per hour which is really quite decent and the battery drain overall seemed fairly on-par with what I've gotten on other ROMs. I did just recently recalibrate my battery so may have something to do with it, not sure, but I didn't notice an increased battery draw that others had expressed.
    I had so much fun being home with my germs yesterday and just geeking out on my phone all day long that when the DH got home, I talked him into letting me geek out on his phone too and he absolutely loves his new purple themed phone and I assured him that I restored his apps properly so he wouldn't have to start Angry Birds all over again.
    Sorry, I can't stop myself from building another when I see a change in the repo ... yet

    2% per hour is also about the same I see on my phone. Get well soon.
    09-24-2011 09:32 AM
  14. mrg666's Avatar
    Does Mirage require an additional ext3 partition like BobZhome does?
    No it does not require a second partition.
    09-24-2011 09:36 AM
  15. Blastin's Avatar
    I'm liking IHO so far. The battery life is so much better than my samsung intercept and I finally have access to CM7! It took me about 30-40 minutes to get it stock to IHO up and running. The V is my 3rd android device so the time it takes to ROM'd up a device gets shorter and shorter each buy.

    Since I have the the 2.2.2 V, can I use ANY IHO rom? I flashed the EMU-zombie one to avoid the black screen I have been reading about. I had to use android screencast to get rid of the one I installed from ROM manager..
    09-24-2011 09:50 AM
  16. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    Is there a dedicated page/thread that lays out the details of MiRaGe that's updated with new builds? (Similarly to how post #3 of this thread lays out the details about BACKside along with install notes and all needed file links).

    Sent via VM670
    09-24-2011 10:03 AM
  17. mrg666's Avatar
    Is there a page/thread that lays out the details of MiRaGe? (Similarly to how post #3 of this thread lays out the details about BACKside along with install notes and all needed file links).

    Sent via VM670
    Well, I was asked to find a designation for my builds and I chose that name. MiRaGe is IHO. I don't add anything but just remove the clutter. So, there is no other information needed than it is available in the Wiki. All of those information is generic, instructions apply exactly to my build, and I add there as needed. There are no additional files needed other than gapps which is there again. But I have put there some optional files (a light theme and stock Android Launcher), see "Optional Files" section in the same page. You can also find there what was removed; all of the builds are briefly described on a table.

    I started building just to have an unmodified and lean IHO for myself and I am sharing with the community as a way to contribute. So, I don't think there is any more information needed but please ask here if you want to know anything else. Please thank Blarf, Bob, and Jerry. I just build and help around a little bit to do that.
    09-24-2011 10:25 AM
  18. mrg666's Avatar
    I'm liking IHO so far. The battery life is so much better than my samsung intercept and I finally have access to CM7! It took me about 30-40 minutes to get it stock to IHO up and running. The V is my 3rd android device so the time it takes to ROM'd up a device gets shorter and shorter each buy.

    Since I have the the 2.2.2 V, can I use ANY IHO rom? I flashed the EMU-zombie one to avoid the black screen I have been reading about. I had to use android screencast to get rid of the one I installed from ROM manager..
    You can choose any build over there after September 1st as written in the Warning statement just after the list of binaries. Yes, the battery life is very good. My OV with IHO can easily survive past 24 hours when needed.
    09-24-2011 10:36 AM
  19. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    You can choose any build over there after September 1st as written in the Warning statement just after the list of binaries. Yes, the battery life is very good. My OV with IHO can easily survive past 24 hours when needed.
    Is it recommended that you flash gapps after you flash the ROM like you do with BACKside? And if so is there a particular one to use, or just use the same one from that BACKside post?

    Sent via VM670
    09-24-2011 11:24 AM
  20. thdrake56's Avatar
    I have updated my build in the Wiki with 09242011. Synced two recent merges in the CM framework/base repo adding missing functions in the 2D accelerated rendering libraries. I wanted to test if OV had any benefit from these merges. So, if you try please post here if you see any improvement on the screen animations and transitions. I am not sure if this is placebo effect but there seems to be some improvement on the screen animations on my OV. There are no other changes.
    I just flashed this ROM, coming from the latest BACKside, gonna see how it goes, looks good right now
    09-24-2011 11:45 AM
  21. mrg666's Avatar
    Is it recommended that you flash gapps after you flash the ROM like you do with BACKside? And if so is there a particular one to use, or just use the same one from that BACKside post?

    Sent via VM670
    You can find the gapps link in the 7th item in the list of installation instructions on the Wiki page. You can normally flash gapps right after flashing the ROM (it works for me this way) but it is safer if you can boot with the updated ROM once before flashing gapps. If you want to try the latest gapps you can find it here (I have not tried myself).

    If you are asking if flashing gapps is necessary when you just update the ROM. No, it is not necessary, I never needed reflashing gapps if I have not done a full wipe. This is my experience on two phones after many times (maybe more than 20 times) updating the ROM using my build.
    Ticojpunk likes this.
    09-24-2011 12:16 PM
  22. thexxoffspring's Avatar
    I have updated my build in the Wiki with 09242011. Synced two recent merges in the CM framework/base repo adding missing functions in the 2D accelerated rendering libraries. I wanted to test if OV had any benefit from these merges. So, if you try please post here if you see any improvement on the screen animations and transitions. I am not sure if this is placebo effect but there seems to be some improvement on the screen animations on my OV. There are no other changes.
    maybe this will fix the auto rotate lag?
    09-24-2011 12:24 PM
  23. mrg666's Avatar
    maybe this will fix the auto rotate lag?
    I have neither experienced that problem nor included a fix for it. Sorry, I don't think so.
    chipspencer likes this.
    09-24-2011 01:51 PM
  24. bkwright87's Avatar
    The question/test was not answered...was market installed correctly with any of the Gapps?
    Did you try Spiral_ouT fix:
    Code:
    Steps I took to get Gapps working:
    
    1) Reboot into recovery
    2) Wipe cache / delvik
    3) Flash ROM
    4) Reboot
    5) Reboot into recovery
    6) Flash Newest Gapps: http://goo-inside.me/gapps/gapps-gb-20110828-signed.zip
    7) Reboot
    
    Not sure why I had to do it that way, but it worked.
    to see if it worked for you?
    I tried Spiral_ouT's fix, and when i reboot into recovery, after first reboot, and flash the 20110828 gapps.zip it gets stuck in a boot loop. Neither test that you said i should try made the market appear. I had to go into /system/app folder on device and select Vending.apk and replace the app. Once I did that, the market showed up and worked fine.
    09-24-2011 02:48 PM
  25. BobZhome's Avatar
    I think a may have found the problem with Gapps...I believe the ROM's that are having problems are the ones that have Pacman removed. There was a new market patch merged into Pacman here: https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...eef7341d96abc8 that is not in the ROM you are using, which I believe is causing the Gapps problem.
    Bob
    JerryScript likes this.
    09-24-2011 04:23 PM
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