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  1. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    On first boot of the 2.0beta, I get...

    Complete action using

    com.android.provision

    Setup Wizard

    Which should I be choosing?
    Please leave Harmonia 2.0 troubles in the IHO thread, not here.
    Also, let me guess, you probably flashed Gapps, which is not needed. Install it and run it. It should work. It has been well tested, if it has an issue, then you had a bad install. The only issue is the email.apk.


    Leslie just wanted to tell you thanks for this. I've had my optimus since it came out and have run everything but this (was on aospmod for while,now on IHO). I put 1.61 on my wifes phone a few days ago and about crapped my pants today when I saw that it had 17% battery and hadn't been plugged in for 60 hours. I'm switching right now.
    Question: Any plans to further 2.0? And, any ideas on whats up with the new market?
    Thanks again!!
    yep, Harmonia is awesome for battery life.
    It's amazing just how bad the stock rom is.

    Leslie you should work on your iho rom
    I am but kernel.org is still down so I can't fix the build box. I keep getting an error that one seems to be able to identify. It's still in the works though.
    10-01-2011 03:24 PM
  2. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    Please leave Harmonia 2.0 troubles in the IHO thread, not here.
    Also, let me guess, you probably flashed Gapps, which is not needed. Install it and run it. It should work. It has been well tested, if it has an issue, then you had a bad install. The only issue is the email.apk.
    Definitely didn't flash gapps. Also reflashed Harm2.0 it 3 times in a row. Got that screen on each first boot. Sorry for posting it in this thread. No need to respond, but I did want to reply. It was more of a curiosity anyway, as Harmonia 1.6 is my "95% of the time" ROM. Thanks.
    10-01-2011 07:36 PM
  3. djyellowperil's Avatar
    Is anyone elses using data2ext with harmonia? If so have you been able to get it to work on anything beyond harmonia 1.3.1?

    I'm using the modified data2ext that takenover83 posted a while back and while it works on harmonia 1.3.1 as well as bumblebee 2.4 and the few iho builds (to include harmonia 2.0b), it locks on the splash screen on any Harmonia build past 1.3.1 that I've tried during the first reboot after enabling data2ext.

    Thanks for any help any can give.
    Is no one having issues with data2ext or is no one using it? I'm just curious if there's a reason no one else is using data2ext or rather no one else is having issues.

    Steve
    10-02-2011 08:31 PM
  4. Albert Ma's Avatar
    I played with data2ext a little (didn't quite get it working). I abandoned it because I didn't like that fact that the /data partition ends up completely unused. I'm playing with the idea of leaving dalvik-cache in /data, but move /data/app and /data/data to /sd-ext. It's not as flexible as darktremor a2d or link2sd as you can't have some apps in internal and some in SD. However, I just dislike having to install to internal and then the separate step of moving to SD.


    on a separate note. LeslieAnn, there's so much free space on /system that really can't be used. What if we re-odex so that less stuff ends up in dalvik-cache. I'm still a newbie, so let me know if this is crazy talk.
    10-03-2011 09:28 AM
  5. Albert Ma's Avatar
    btw, can you describe how you get the up-to-date versions of apps from the market to update the files in /system (for the ROM build).
    10-03-2011 09:34 AM
  6. djyellowperil's Avatar
    I played with data2ext a little (didn't quite get it working). I abandoned it because I didn't like that fact that the /data partition ends up completely unused. I'm playing with the idea of leaving dalvik-cache in /data, but move /data/app and /data/data to /sd-ext. It's not as flexible as darktremor a2d or link2sd as you can't have some apps in internal and some in SD. However, I just dislike having to install to internal and then the separate step of moving to SD.


    on a separate note. LeslieAnn, there's so much free space on /system that really can't be used. What if we re-odex so that less stuff ends up in dalvik-cache. I'm still a newbie, so let me know if this is crazy talk.
    Different strokes I suppose. I think I just like data2ext because (at least to me) it seems like a much more elegant solution in that I don't have to manage where my apps go because I have plenty of space. I just have all my apps go to "the phone" and I don't have to worry about it. cuts down on "decision fatigue". I just find myself stuck in the quandry of battery life which I loved in the latest froyo harmonia and the newness and data2ext of IHO.
    10-03-2011 12:53 PM
  7. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    on a separate note. LeslieAnn, there's so much free space on /system that really can't be used. What if we re-odex so that less stuff ends up in dalvik-cache. I'm still a newbie, so let me know if this is crazy talk.
    I could be wrong, but I don't think that will help.

    btw, can you describe how you get the up-to-date versions of apps from the market to update the files in /system (for the ROM build).
    The only out of date item in system should be Gmail and Superuser.
    I'm going to try and get an update in the next week or so.
    10-03-2011 01:32 PM
  8. jdcnosse's Avatar
    The only out of date item in system should be Gmail and Superuser.
    I'm going to try and get an update in the next week or so.
    I have managed to update Gmail and Superuser (and the su binaries) and put them in system on my latest flash of your ROM (slightly modified of course). All I would have to do is remember what to take out to get it back to stock Harmonia lol
    10-03-2011 03:55 PM
  9. Albert Ma's Avatar
    I could be wrong, but I don't think that will help.
    sounds like an experiment is in order!

    The only out of date item in system should be Gmail and Superuser.
    I'm going to try and get an update in the next week or so.
    Thanks, LeslieAnn. However, I'm interested (as an aspiring ROM developer) in how you actually do that.


    Here's a another crazy idea. During bootup, scan /data for package updates (for things in /system) then move the files over to free up space in /data. Feasible?
    10-03-2011 04:06 PM
  10. jdcnosse's Avatar
    Here's a another crazy idea. During bootup, scan /data for package updates (for things in /system) then move the files over to free up space in /data. Feasible?
    I tried to do that while Harmonia was running, then I rebooted but Gmail just FC'd. I thought about booting into recovery and moving the files using adb, that way nothing was "using" system...but I just decided to add the updates into a new zip of the ROM.

    So maybe it would work if the system wasn't running...
    10-03-2011 05:12 PM
  11. easyguy's Avatar
    Hi Leslie,

    Is there anyway to put your bluetooth driver into the CM roms for the Optimus V without rom making knowledge? Are they even compatible? Because every single CM or GB variant roms my car bluetooth have had difficulty staying connected. It could be my bluetooth that is pick, but it play really nice with the android 2.2 bluetooth version.
    10-03-2011 05:19 PM
  12. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    Thanks, LeslieAnn. However, I'm interested (as an aspiring ROM developer) in how you actually do that.


    Here's a another crazy idea. During bootup, scan /data for package updates (for things in /system) then move the files over to free up space in /data. Feasible?
    Simple method...
    Download Winrar and don't extract the rom, just drag and drop things in and out. This will get you started in understanding how and where things are.

    As for the second idea, red what Jdcnosse wrote (quoted below) and my response.

    I tried to do that while Harmonia was running, then I rebooted but Gmail just FC'd. I thought about booting into recovery and moving the files using adb, that way nothing was "using" system...but I just decided to add the updates into a new zip of the ROM.

    So maybe it would work if the system wasn't running...
    Some things do not update well while running, especially in system.

    Also, some things simply will not run in system. They have to reside in data

    Hi Leslie,

    Is there anyway to put your bluetooth driver into the CM roms for the Optimus V without rom making knowledge? Are they even compatible? Because every single CM or GB variant roms my car bluetooth have had difficulty staying connected. It could be my bluetooth that is pick, but it play really nice with the android 2.2 bluetooth version.
    More than likely, no, the bluetooth system is Froyo and lot of that stuff has be made for the system its being run on. Some of the drivers are also closed source so no help there either.

    Worse than that is that you want to use it with Cm, GB isn't always cross compatible with CM7, just as not all of Froyo is cross compatible with CM6 (Froyo based). So the odds of getting Froyo parts working in CM7 aren't good.

    When we get ahold of a Slider or the OV gets released with GB, then we can do it. It may be possible to use the one from an Optimus S though, in fact I wouldn't be surprised if that is already being worked on.
    10-03-2011 07:01 PM
  13. mcclain71's Avatar
    i installed 1.6.1 and have some weird issues first, I wiped everything and installed through recovery. everything went great until...i tried accessing the market, and i get a FC every time. do i need to flash the gapps (or whatever its called. lol) the 2nd one is even weirder: when it completed its boot cycle, all my apps from 1.5 were still there...and the launcher was the stock launcher :/
    10-03-2011 09:54 PM
  14. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    Try flashing again, it should be fine like it is.
    Most problems with Harmonia is the flashing and downloads.
    10-04-2011 05:01 AM
  15. mcclain71's Avatar
    ok....reflashed 1.6.1 and it looks ALOT better now. thanks. no more pre-installed apps from my 1.5 but i still have the stock launcher...is that supposed to be that way? cuz its not that big of a deal
    10-04-2011 07:40 AM
  16. Albert Ma's Avatar
    Simple method...
    Download Winrar and don't extract the rom, just drag and drop things in and out. This will get you started in understanding how and where things are.
    No I mean how do you grab the updates (an updated gmail for example)? Do you just install it and copy the files out of /data? Or is there some secret way to download the files without installing?
    10-04-2011 08:54 AM
  17. rkhanso's Avatar
    After flashing to 1.6c,

    Quick pressing the power button still shuts the display off, but when I long press the power button, I no longer get the options to go to airplane mode, reboot, or the other option I can't remember. Can I make the power button work like it used to?

    Should I re-flash?
    10-04-2011 10:27 AM
  18. Albert Ma's Avatar
    it works for me
    10-04-2011 02:05 PM
  19. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    ok....reflashed 1.6.1 and it looks ALOT better now. thanks. no more pre-installed apps from my 1.5 but i still have the stock launcher...is that supposed to be that way? cuz its not that big of a deal
    Harmonia and Aphrodite have always come with the stock launcher.
    You can change it out, I use Launcher Pro.

    No I mean how do you grab the updates (an updated gmail for example)? Do you just install it and copy the files out of /data? Or is there some secret way to download the files without installing?
    There are few APK grabbing apps (Appsaver) is one or you can simply use a file manager to copy them out of Data.

    After flashing to 1.6c,

    Quick pressing the power button still shuts the display off, but when I long press the power button, I no longer get the options to go to airplane mode, reboot, or the other option I can't remember. Can I make the power button work like it used to?

    Should I re-flash?
    Make a nandroid backup then without wiping re-install, you shouldn't lose anything, but should fix it.
    10-04-2011 03:33 PM
  20. CloudBusterr's Avatar
    I have a Wi-Fi error and I'm going to reflash Harmonia... do I have to load my apps from Titanium Backup again? or will all of my apps and settings be there already?
    10-04-2011 04:49 PM
  21. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    I have a Wi-Fi error and I'm going to reflash Harmonia... do I have to load my apps from Titanium Backup again? or will all of my apps and settings be there already?
    If you don;t wipe, just install over the top, you *should* be fine.
    Do a nandroid backup first just in case.
    10-04-2011 05:13 PM
  22. CloudBusterr's Avatar
    and I don't have to do anything special to install over the top?
    If there isn't, can I install 1.6.1c over 1.6?
    10-04-2011 05:16 PM
  23. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    and I don't have to do anything special to install over the top?
    If there isn't, can I install 1.6.1c over 1.6?
    Correct.
    Again, nandroid first just in case.
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    10-04-2011 05:30 PM
  24. CloudBusterr's Avatar
    thank you so much(:
    10-04-2011 05:35 PM
  25. Ticojpunk's Avatar
    For kicks, I charged my OV to 100% before bed last night. I took it off the charger, and set it down for the night. Had Wifi on, and signal bars were about 4/6. In the morning, I looked, and was running 9 hours, 27 minutes and I lost 2% battery. Yes, I was at 98%. I could hardly believe it. Harmonia pretty much rules.

    Sent via VM670
    10-04-2011 08:33 PM
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