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  1. mzxeternal's Avatar
    I just wanted to thank Leslie again, I've been using the rom for weeks and I would say that your rom is much more stable than even the stock version. I used to crash every other day, now I might get a crash once a week tops, if even that. I travel around a lot and don't get to charge more than when i'm sleeping at night, I almost never find myself with a dead battery and I go through at least 6 hours of music a day plus I surf 3g extensively.

    Your rom is the best thing going on the Optimus V. Thanks again for all your hard work!
    06-08-2011 02:35 AM
  2. mmarz's Avatar
    What kind of battery life are you guys seeing with this ROM?
    3-4+ days with very light use. 2+ days with moderate use. 1-1.5 days with heavy use.

    http://forum.androidcentral.com/opti...-part-2-a.html
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/opti...-part-4-a.html
    06-08-2011 03:33 AM
  3. Superorb's Avatar
    3-4+ days with very light use. 2+ days with moderate use. 1-1.5 days with heavy use.

    http://forum.androidcentral.com/opti...-part-2-a.html
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/opti...-part-4-a.html
    Wow. I was getting those numbers on Rodimus, but not on Harmonia. I lost 15-20% overnight, and I have background data/syncing disabled. No apps are running that don't need to be either.

    If the Rodimus dev didn't brick their phone I'd have stayed on that.
    06-08-2011 10:25 AM
  4. mjs2011's Avatar
    i got about 16 hours yesterday after very heavy use (almost constant Netflix usage for 3 hours), plus i have SpotsTap, Facebook and Twitter scrolling widgets running. on aosp or stock, i would have gotten closer to 10 hours.
    06-08-2011 11:23 AM
  5. mmarz's Avatar
    Wow. I was getting those numbers on Rodimus, but not on Harmonia. I lost 15-20% overnight, and I have background data/syncing disabled. No apps are running that don't need to be either.

    If the Rodimus dev didn't brick their phone I'd have stayed on that.
    Which version did you last try? When Harmonia first cam out it suffered from the same wifi bug that was killing the battery for CM7. The latest version should be the same as Rodimus.
    06-08-2011 12:35 PM
  6. Superorb's Avatar
    Which version did you last try? When Harmonia first cam out it suffered from the same wifi bug that was killing the battery for CM7. The latest version should be the same as Rodimus.
    The only version I've ever tried was Harmonia 1.2.

    I have noticed that I normally have 0-1 bars now instead of the usual 0-3 bars at home. I'm wondering if a local tower bit the dust lately.
    06-08-2011 12:50 PM
  7. nemirn's Avatar
    How do I get Google apps to install?

    Here is what I have done:
    1. Installed Xionia recovery
    2. Flashed Harmoni 1.2 .zip from recovery
    3. Cleared the caches from recovery
    4. Reboot into recovery
    5. Flash Google Apps .zip from recovery

    Everything is displayed as flashing successfully according the recovery.

    But no Google apps show up in the apps list. When I tap "Market", it does not go to market.

    Please help!

    Thanks
    06-09-2011 12:22 AM
  8. zedorda's Avatar
    How do I get Google apps to install?

    Here is what I have done:
    1. Installed Xionia recovery
    2. Flashed Harmoni 1.2 .zip from recovery
    3. Cleared the caches from recovery
    4. Reboot into recovery
    5. Flash Google Apps .zip from recovery

    Everything is displayed as flashing successfully according the recovery.

    But no Google apps show up in the apps list. When I tap "Market", it does not go to market.

    Please help!

    Thanks
    Wipe everything and start over. This time dont flash the GAPPS they are included in Harmonia 1.2
    06-09-2011 12:24 AM
  9. nemirn's Avatar
    Thanks... seems to be working now.
    06-09-2011 12:35 AM
  10. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    Glad everyone likes it.

    Don't think this been abandoned.
    I do have a test version working using some files from Bumblebee, which gives this rom the reboot/recovery option and the TWS fix, but it's not stable. I have to drop 50mhz to 100mhz stay even close to as stable as I am with stock Harmonia.
    06-09-2011 05:52 PM
  11. perksa's Avatar
    Glad to hear it LeslieAnn. Quick question how does the TWS fix work? I mean I can get great battery life if I turn off 3g data and only use it when I need to but even with bumblebee rom I had to do the same thing.
    06-10-2011 08:49 AM
  12. Retorrent's Avatar
    Glad everyone likes it.

    Don't think this been abandoned.
    I do have a test version working using some files from Bumblebee, which gives this rom the reboot/recovery option and the TWS fix, but it's not stable. I have to drop 50mhz to 100mhz stay even close to as stable as I am with stock Harmonia.
    Sweet I was just coming on here to see if it was possible to add a boot into recovery/ reboot option when you press the power button. After playing around with the different ROM in here I finally settled on this one, I just missed having the option to boot into recovery without having to do the whole Vol down + Home+ power button combo.
    06-10-2011 09:46 PM
  13. Superorb's Avatar
    Sweet I was just coming on here to see if it was possible to add a boot into recovery/ reboot option when you press the power button. After playing around with the different ROM in here I finally settled on this one, I just missed having the option to boot into recovery without having to do the whole Vol down + Home+ power button combo.
    I'm running Harmonia using the Bumblebee files and I have the reboot/recovery option working well on my phone. I don't quite remember what I did, but it was pretty easy.
    06-10-2011 10:53 PM
  14. riggerman's Avatar
    You would need to flash the bumblebee kernel. The recovery option is included in the kernel not the rom.
    06-10-2011 10:59 PM
  15. Superorb's Avatar
    You would need to flash the bumblebee kernel. The recovery option is included in the kernel not the rom.
    I didn't flash the kernel and I have the recovery/reboot. I flashed some framework or similar files, but not the kernel.
    06-10-2011 11:01 PM
  16. Kreatur3's Avatar
    You would need to flash the bumblebee kernel. The recovery option is included in the kernel not the rom.
    I just flashed Harmonia 1.2 with the newest Bumblebee kernel for kicks and I don't have the reboot/recovery options...
    06-10-2011 11:16 PM
  17. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    You would need to flash the bumblebee kernel. The recovery option is included in the kernel not the rom.
    No it isn't.



    The files are in system/framework:
    android.policy.jar
    framework.jar (I don't remember if this is 100% required)
    framework-res.jar


    Unfortunately, as mentioned, swapping these out, leads to less stability. The phone acts like there is a memory leak, and if you don't reset it once a week, it will do it for you. Also, it will just randomly slow down and you have to lower your overclock at least 50mhz to even get it that stable. I haven't tested with the newest BB files though, I'll see what that does this weekend.


    Edit: Just tried the latest, it won't even boot.
    The ones that work are from either 1.9 or 2.1, however due to the way dalvik works, beware you may lose some apps if you flash them in.
    06-11-2011 12:37 AM
  18. Superorb's Avatar
    ^^ I haven't noticed any slowdowns or reboots, no memory holes either. My services screen shows the following for memory.

    Other: 62MB in 6 Avail: 204MB+116MB in 20
    06-11-2011 09:24 AM
  19. RobN's Avatar
    Sweet I was just coming on here to see if it was possible to add a boot into recovery/ reboot option when you press the power button.
    There's an app called Quick Boot that I use -- if you've got LauncherPro, you can put it on the dock. It gives you the options you're looking for, just from an app rather than from the power button (and you can have it prompt before it reboots, to make sure you didn't hit the wrong option by mistake).


    On a completely different issue...I'm running Harmonia 1.2 on both my phone and my wife's, and we're both running into a problem. It's quite probably unrelated to the ROM, but I'm wondering if someone else here has run into it. Recently we've both had problems installing apps from both the Google Market and from Amazon's app store. When I get an error, it's an invalid package file -- but often it appears to start a download that lasts for a few seconds (when I'd expect 10-20 seconds, at least), and then goes away with no installing message or error -- it's just done, without actually DOING anything. The app still shows up in the market as having an upgrade available, and I'm still running the old version. It happens particularly often with updates to existing apps -- new apps that have never been installed before are more likely to install just fine. Wiping the davlick cache doesn't seem to help often, though it might have helped once. Any ideas? Including ideas of where I should be posting this problem?
    06-11-2011 12:34 PM
  20. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    ^^ I haven't noticed any slowdowns or reboots, no memory holes either. My services screen shows the following for memory.

    Other: 62MB in 6 Avail: 204MB+116MB in 20
    Are you talking about Harmonia, or Harmonia with the Bumblebee files swapped in (which is what I was referring to). Harmonia itself runs great.
    06-11-2011 04:36 PM
  21. RavenSEAL's Avatar
    AOSP has turned into a mess with this whole ROMManager dilemma and i really enjoyed Harmonia when it first came out.

    Flashing it now, love the work LeslieAnn! Thank you to everyone who continue to work on this great project!
    06-11-2011 06:57 PM
  22. Kreatur3's Avatar
    Are you talking about Harmonia, or Harmonia with the Bumblebee files swapped in (which is what I was referring to). Harmonia itself runs great.
    I believe he is talking about his harmonia with the bb files added. Maybe super would share what he did so we, or at least you from a pm, could test it also?

    Sent from my VM670 using Tapatalk
    06-11-2011 10:28 PM
  23. Superorb's Avatar
    Are you talking about Harmonia, or Harmonia with the Bumblebee files swapped in (which is what I was referring to). Harmonia itself runs great.
    Harmonia 1.2 with the BB framework, etc files. There's a post somewhere in this thread that explained it, but I don't exactly know what I did. I was trying a lot of different things at the time. Is there any way for me to find out which files I changed? It runs fine and stable too.
    06-11-2011 11:58 PM
  24. Retorrent's Avatar
    There's an app called Quick Boot that I use -- if you've got LauncherPro, you can put it on the dock. It gives you the options you're looking for, just from an app rather than from the power button (and you can have it prompt before it reboots, to make sure you didn't hit the wrong option by mistake).


    On a completely different issue...I'm running Harmonia 1.2 on both my phone and my wife's, and we're both running into a problem. It's quite probably unrelated to the ROM, but I'm wondering if someone else here has run into it. Recently we've both had problems installing apps from both the Google Market and from Amazon's app store. When I get an error, it's an invalid package file -- but often it appears to start a download that lasts for a few seconds (when I'd expect 10-20 seconds, at least), and then goes away with no installing message or error -- it's just done, without actually DOING anything. The app still shows up in the market as having an upgrade available, and I'm still running the old version. It happens particularly often with updates to existing apps -- new apps that have never been installed before are more likely to install just fine. Wiping the davlick cache doesn't seem to help often, though it might have helped once. Any ideas? Including ideas of where I should be posting this problem?
    Which apps are doing it or is it just when you try to install updates?
    06-12-2011 12:55 AM
  25. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    On a completely different issue...I'm running Harmonia 1.2 on both my phone and my wife's, and we're both running into a problem. It's quite probably unrelated to the ROM, but I'm wondering if someone else here has run into it. Recently we've both had problems installing apps from both the Google Market and from Amazon's app store. When I get an error, it's an invalid package file -- but often it appears to start a download that lasts for a few seconds (when I'd expect 10-20 seconds, at least), and then goes away with no installing message or error -- it's just done, without actually DOING anything. The app still shows up in the market as having an upgrade available, and I'm still running the old version. It happens particularly often with updates to existing apps -- new apps that have never been installed before are more likely to install just fine. Wiping the davlick cache doesn't seem to help often, though it might have helped once. Any ideas? Including ideas of where I should be posting this problem?
    I had this problem as well yesterday. I ended up reflashing since I was playing at the time anyhow and messed soem things up.

    The last time people had this happen it was a Market issue, which is probably all it is this time as well. With as many as there are running Harmonia at this point, an issue like that would have shown up sooner, but yeah, I saw it too.



    Harmonia 1.2 with the BB framework, etc files. There's a post somewhere in this thread that explained it, but I don't exactly know what I did. I was trying a lot of different things at the time. Is there any way for me to find out which files I changed? It runs fine and stable too.
    Mine is stable if I turn down the OC.

    As for what was changed, check file dates and sizes. Someone else may have a better idea though.
    06-12-2011 02:06 AM
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