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  1. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    I mean his os2sd google drive is empty.
    not on my end... I've reduced the builds per folder to one, though.

    possible updates (of sorts, mostly kernel and accel/gps, cause my vendor/cm is locked in time until I sort the broken mms settings out) later today.
    03-13-2014 08:31 AM
  2. SimplePurple's Avatar
    Fly-on-mod works great, makes the phone a lot more snappier, a lot more. I think there was an increased battery drain when using it, but probably not. Make sure you shut off wifi when not using it, it doesn't allow deep sleep (you'll see big improvements in battery life if this was on), and adjust the brightness to the lowest comfortable setting.
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    03-13-2014 09:44 AM
  3. Casey Campanile's Avatar
    Can you reupload os2sd, please?
    03-13-2014 10:09 AM
  4. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    Can you reupload os2sd, please?
    there is a build up there, has been since mar 4. just checked it this morning. I will verify the link from post 3.
    //edit: verified. it's in there.
    03-13-2014 10:19 AM
  5. Lpen21's Avatar
    For what its worth here is the set up I have found that works best for me:
    Removed gallery and installed Quickpic- gallery seemed to be tied to" android media stopped working" error msg.
    Replaced hackers keyboard with kii
    Installed lagfix(fstrim) premium kind of like a disk defragmenter.
    Seeder-set to moderate
    Sd speed increase by Diego Stamigni-read about it in xda forums. Using this write speed 11 and read 21.1
    Cache cleaner NG
    I removed crossbreeder and Adaway. I used adaway to update host files of crossbreeder but it only worked 50% of the time and kept getting the android media has stopped working. Ditto for fly on mod, so removed that also.
    With that set up and a 8 gig class 4 sandisk this rom absolutely rocks. No lag whatsoever, no FC's or reboots.
    03-13-2014 10:36 AM
  6. daffy_duck_nj's Avatar
    there is a build up there, has been since mar 4. just checked it this morning. I will verify the link from post 3.
    //edit: verified. it's in there.
    My guess is that the poster who has a problem getting your ROMs hasn't linked his Google Drive to your publicly available files. I'd forgotten for a bit that I did just that, and I can get all your files including your earliest uploads. Anything that's gone I can't get obviously, but I do have access to most of the kernels, for instance.
    03-13-2014 11:28 AM
  7. TrikkJames's Avatar
    here's your google+ glitch.
    D/dalvikvm( 2862): Trying to load lib /data/app-lib/com.google.android.apps.plus-1/libnetjni.so 0x4198e930
    F/libc ( 2862): Fatal signal 4 (SIGILL) at 0x5450a762 (code=1), thread 2878 (app_on_create)
    looks like armv7 lib. won't run, like g-earth or other newer gapps.
    Ah, Google and their advanced features lol.
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    03-13-2014 12:33 PM
  8. Casey Campanile's Avatar
    Got it! I had a weak 1x signal before, so google drive app could not sync properly. That's why it didn't show up. Now I am on wifi sonow it showed up.
    03-13-2014 07:42 PM
  9. AndyOpie150's Avatar
    Since I've had the OS2SD version installed I let the battery drain to 20-15% then fully charged it the first several times.
    I turn everything off until I need it. I have Periodic Auto Sync set to every 4 hours for 5 minutes.
    I've installed the Fly-On Mod tweaks.

    I went to bed with battery at 72%. and woke up to it still at 72%.
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    03-14-2014 07:32 AM
  10. Lpen21's Avatar
    Since I've had the OS2SD version installed I let the battery drain to 20-15% then fully charged it the first several times.
    I turn everything off until I need it. I have Periodic Auto Sync set to every 4 hours for 5 minutes.
    I've installed the Fly-On Mod tweaks.


    I went to bed with battery at 72%. and woke up to it still at 72%.
    That's pretty awesome Andy. I don't have that kind of bat life though I don't turn everything off as you do either. Currently I avg 5% loss per hour with heavy use ie? checking and responding to emails while streaming music while answering texts and that is with poor 3G signal. I do run seeder aggressively by un checking the "suspend RNG while screen is off" setting and I checked the "extend I/O queque" on and set it to moderate. I have had 1-2 episodes of the phone becoming very slow to respond if I don't have this set up( least thats my theory) the biggest drain is by far WiFi. Which if left on will not allow any deep sleep. With wifi off depending on what I am doing I run ~ 3-4% per hr but the phone does not freeze, get error messages and is very responsive.
    03-14-2014 09:16 AM
  11. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    That's pretty awesome Andy. I don't have that kind of bat life though I don't turn everything off as you do either. Currently I avg 5% loss per hour with heavy use ie? checking and responding to emails while streaming music while answering texts and that is with poor 3G signal. I do run seeder aggressively by un checking the "suspend RNG while screen is off" setting and I checked the "extend I/O queque" on and set it to moderate. I have had 1-2 episodes of the phone becoming very slow to respond if I don't have this set up( least thats my theory) the biggest drain is by far WiFi. Which if left on will not allow any deep sleep. With wifi off depending on what I am doing I run ~ 3-4% per hr but the phone does not freeze, get error messages and is very responsive.
    I get days and days off a charge with data and wifi off not using gps.
    Hours only if streaming video or heavy wifi use.
    It's all about usage for power drain. Data sync from gapps and other apps counts as usage even though it's hidden from you.

    found the messaging settings cm glitch, am building new internal to test now. if it doesn't crash on me I'll let you all have at the latest greatest for testing.
    for OS2SD I've been using internal /cache successfully, and am about to try using both internal /system and /data together for /system as well.
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    03-14-2014 09:51 AM
  12. AndyOpie150's Avatar
    bigsupersquid: I have noticed that with my daily V running MiRaGe I get better WiFi connectivity and less drain on battery. With OS2SD spare V(same tweaks as I put on the MiRaGe) the WiFi connectivity is less and produces more battery drain.
    03-14-2014 10:07 AM
  13. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    am building new internal to test now. if it doesn't crash on me I'll let you all have at the latest greatest for testing.
    //edit: system with skinny gapps takes 158Mb. That still fits you OS types, right? leaves 6 or so free on a V. If it's not enough then remove latinime and its .so and/or pckeyboard and sideload something.

    for OS2SD I've been using internal /cache successfully, and am about to try using both internal /system and /data together for /system as well.
    bigsupersquid: I have noticed that with my daily V running MiRaGe I get better WiFi connectivity and less drain on battery. With OS2SD spare V(same tweaks as I put on the MiRaGe) the WiFi connectivity is less and produces more battery drain.
    Mirage is the shiz-nit. I don't see any wifi in the kernel changelog. CM7 is pretty well ironed out too.
    the p500 kitkat thread on xda says that wifi is a well-known drain... thekraven suggested implementing power reduction kernel fixes, which I've not found any of yet.
    03-14-2014 10:50 AM
  14. AndyOpie150's Avatar
    Ok. I'll see if I can find the kernel fixes.
    03-14-2014 11:40 AM
  15. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    new builds uploaded. internal and external. md5 in filenames. Will update OPs later.
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    03-14-2014 01:03 PM
  16. Lpen21's Avatar
    new builds uploaded. internal and external. md5 in filenames. Will update OPs later.
    With this build are you trying to combine system and data into one partition? Also do I just dirty flash this or do I go through the same procedure of flash-mount os2sd sys then skinny Gapps- mount data, wipe davlik cache and cache then reboot?
    Thanks in advance for your response.
    03-15-2014 07:05 AM
  17. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    With this build are you trying to combine system and data into one partition? Also do I just dirty flash this or do I go through the same procedure of flash-mount os2sd sys then skinny Gapps- mount data, wipe davlik cache and cache then reboot?
    Thanks in advance for your response.
    No big changes yet except for /cache is now internal on the OS2SD.
    A dirty flash is probably ok. I do it. i don't even wipe cache and dalvik sometimes. Format /system first in case there's extra files it won't overwrite.
    I don't use the skinny gapps except for internal. the pa gapps give me no issues on os2sd, and they even log into the google sites automatically (which I hadn't seen work since either GB or ICS, I forget.)
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    03-15-2014 08:49 AM
  18. Lpen21's Avatar
    No big changes yet except for /cache is now internal on the OS2SD.
    A dirty flash is probably ok. I do it. i don't even wipe cache and dalvik sometimes. Format /system first in case there's extra files it won't overwrite.
    I don't use the skinny gapps except for internal. the pa gapps give me no issues on os2sd, and they even log into the google sites automatically (which I hadn't seen work since either GB or ICS, I forget.)
    Ok, dirty flashed this and noted that I lost the google search bar, I forgot to format sys so don't know if that was the issue. Also I noticed that android keyboard was now the default and interestingly my fstrim utility app( part of the Linux kernel tools) stopped working and I got a message stating the kernel no longer supported it, was the kernel also tweaked with this update? Otherwise everything worked fine as far as I could tell. Restored my previous settings and may try clean install later.
    03-15-2014 10:01 AM
  19. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    Ok, dirty flashed this and noted that I lost the google search bar, I forgot to format sys so don't know if that was the issue. Also I noticed that android keyboard was now the default and interestingly my fstrim utility app( part of the Linux kernel tools) stopped working and I got a message stating the kernel no longer supported it, was the kernel also tweaked with this update? Otherwise everything worked fine as far as I could tell. Restored my previous settings and may try clean install later.
    somthing may've gotten dropped out of the kernel. not sure. //edit: no code dropped. I will compare the /proc/config.gz from the previous and current installs to see if I lost something in the defconfig. kernel git lost its history over a week or so, my oops.
    CONFIG_CGROUP_MEM_RES_CTLR=y
    CONFIG_CGROUP_MEM_RES_CTLR_SWAP=y
    CONFIG_CGROUP_MEM_RES_CTLR_SWAP_ENABLED=y
    is the only difference between r2.0 and 2.1, 2.0 has those disabled.
    and for me, busybox fstrim works on the current version. "fstrim -v /system" gave me this:
    root@thunderc:/ # fstrim -v /system
    /system: 314818560 bytes trimmed
    since I'd forgotten about that utility. I may make an init.d script to run it on reboot for all the card partitions. It'd add a few seconds but it's a slow startup anyway.


    put in aosp keyboard for the emojis. it sets itself as default automatically.
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    03-15-2014 02:02 PM
  20. Lpen21's Avatar
    somthing may've gotten dropped out of the kernel. not sure. //edit: no code dropped. I will compare the /proc/config.gz from the previous and current installs to see if I lost something in the defconfig. kernel git lost its history over a week or so, my oops.
    is the only difference between r2.0 and 2.1, 2.0 has those disabled.
    and for me, busybox fstrim works on the current version. "fstrim -v /system" gave me this: since I'd forgotten about that utility. I may make an init.d script to run it periodically.


    put in aosp keyboard for the emojis. it sets itself as default automatically.
    Ok, thanks for checking.
    03-15-2014 02:38 PM
  21. Lpen21's Avatar
    somthing may've gotten dropped out of the kernel. not sure. //edit: no code dropped. I will compare the /proc/config.gz from the previous and current installs to see if I lost something in the defconfig. kernel git lost its history over a week or so, my oops.
    is the only difference between r2.0 and 2.1, 2.0 has those disabled.
    and for me, busybox fstrim works on the current version. "fstrim -v /system" gave me this: since I'd forgotten about that utility. I may make an init.d script to run it on reboot for all the card partitions. It'd add a few seconds but it's a slow startup anyway.



    put in aosp keyboard for the emojis. it sets itself as default automatically.
    Cool didn't see the last part about including it at start up. Thanks a bunch
    03-15-2014 03:10 PM
  22. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    I am uploading a shiny new variant os2sd.
    You can clean flash it, mount os2sd system, and flash gapps right then. no reboot required. Cm account manager bypasses the startup wizard crash that usually causes.

    I like the pa gapps. No errors for me, they auto signin most of the time, and they backup all the account settings. Apps installed with these gapps signed in and active download automagically from market after data wipe. Cool beans if i have wifi and don't sideload em cause it is so much faster. Sideloading is faster i mean.
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    03-15-2014 03:28 PM
  23. FLDataTeK's Avatar
    Looks pretty good.. I'll have to give this a try.
    03-15-2014 11:47 PM
  24. Lpen21's Avatar
    I am uploading a shiny new variant os2sd.
    You can clean flash it, mount os2sd system, and flash gapps right then. no reboot required. Cm account manager bypasses the startup wizard crash that usually causes.

    I like the pa gapps. No errors for me, they auto signin most of the time, and they backup all the account settings. Apps installed with these gapps signed in and active download automagically from market after data wipe. Cool beans if i have wifi and don't sideload em cause it is so much faster. Sideloading is faster i mean.
    Works great, but no google search bar/google now. the following link (google search apk)seems to work but its ~ 30 mb. I think I'm keeping this version, nice work bigsupersquid.
    http://m7.androidfilehost.com/downlo...29332407569234
    If the link doesn't work just google -google search apk- website is android police mirrors located there.
    Update: downloading google search 3.2(see above link) seems to have fixed pico tts, and voice search on keyboard now seems to work( either that or bigsupersquid fixed it with last build)Also I now have Google now, never used it before seems cool
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    03-16-2014 12:11 AM
  25. bigsupersquid's Avatar
    ...
    Update: downloading google search 3.2(see above link) seems to have fixed pico tts
    pico is working now anyway.
    and voice search on keyboard now seems to work( either that or bigsupersquid fixed it with last build)..
    nothing I did, maybe cm or aav6... Or that 30M app.
    03-16-2014 11:38 AM
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