02-23-2012 10:35 PM
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  1. Paul627g's Avatar
    FYI, I'm going to take a wild guess here and say Torch will be active in the next update. CM 9 just got Torch enabled in their latest release.
    02-10-2012 08:45 AM
  2. tukarjabi's Avatar
    only problem i've had with CNA is the green flash when i turn my phone on from standby. haven't noticed it with Bugless.....
    02-10-2012 09:28 AM
  3. thebullfrog's Avatar
    thats voodoo/matr1x. set the voodoo gamma slider all to zero and it goes away. bugs the crap out of me too, especially since voodoo doesnt ever remember my settings and i have to do it again on every boot.
    02-10-2012 10:14 AM
  4. Paul627g's Avatar
    only problem i've had with CNA is the green flash when i turn my phone on from standby. haven't noticed it with Bugless.....
    thats voodoo/matr1x. set the voodoo gamma slider all to zero and it goes away. bugs the crap out of me too, especially since voodoo doesnt ever remember my settings and i have to do it again on every boot.
    You can setup a custom script to run at boot to eliminate this... I will dig up the necessary script and share it here when I find it.
    02-10-2012 10:23 AM
  5. the727kid's Avatar
    After a day of use I can't take it any more, the rom is to choppy and a lot of FCs. Making my nandroid and switching back to Dooder. Using Matrix CFS, this rom isn't ready for multi-tasking. I use my phone for several different things at once pretty often.
    02-10-2012 01:12 PM
  6. Paul627g's Avatar
    After a day of use I can't take it any more, the rom is to choppy and a lot of FCs. Making my nandroid and switching back to Dooder. Using Matrix CFS, this rom isn't ready for multi-tasking. I use my phone for several different things at once pretty often.
    Did you do a full wipe before flashing?

    I only say this because, well after all I have been running this ROM since it appeared for us on the NS4G. I haven't had a single FC, I have built a theme around it which required dozens and dozens of flashings without wipe's I might add, and its still as stable as can be with no lag running Matr1x.

    Just interested to hear what is going wrong.
    02-10-2012 02:00 PM
  7. the727kid's Avatar
    Did the full wipe that is posted on the CM9 rom thread. Clear Data > Clear Cache > Format System > Format Boot > Wipe Dalvik

    Just thought about it.. I did use TI to back up everything from Dooder and then reloaded the apps onto there. Might be the issue.
    02-10-2012 06:11 PM
  8. Paul627g's Avatar
    Did the full wipe that is posted on the CM9 rom thread. Clear Data > Clear Cache > Format System > Format Boot > Wipe Dalvik

    Just thought about it.. I did use TI to back up everything from Dooder and then reloaded the apps onto there. Might be the issue.
    the restore of apps and or data could very well be the problem.


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    02-10-2012 06:13 PM
  9. the727kid's Avatar
    Next time there is an update I will give it another go 'round without restoring. In the meantime, Dooder is back to running A+.
    02-10-2012 06:39 PM
  10. Skunkape60's Avatar
    I usually just let Google restore all of my apps however there are a few apps that are just easier to to setup when I restore data only with titanium. My checkbook app, my online banking app just to name a few. My checkbook app has a years work of history I wouldn't want to have to manually setup and my online banking app is just a pain because unless you restore data I have to go to the bank and have them reset my account every time I flash an update.

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    02-10-2012 09:38 PM
  11. kevincwelch's Avatar
    I usually just let Google restore all of my apps however there are a few apps that are just easier to to setup when I restore data only with titanium.
    How does that work out? I've never used it to backup my phone. I've always used titanium, then I can do a full restore of apps and some data without having an internet connection. I imagine you need the internet to let Google restore your phone. Could take a while to download/install, no?

    This ROM is f'ing sweet, BTW.
    02-11-2012 09:43 AM
  12. whippingboy's Avatar
    This rom rocks! Shame on you Paul for not telling us sooner I say that because you joined the thread like "oh yeah that old thing? I've been using this for weeks!" LOL.

    Regardless, this thing has been rock solid for me. The stable state of a stock launcher- and yet so many custom features, you'd swear it was a 3rd party launcher. I LOVE the 5x5 grid and custom notification toggles. Anyone else having trouble with the wimax toggle though? LOVE being able to remove the annoying google bar. Just wish they'd add removal of the menu bar like Go launcher has. The resizing of any widget to any grid size is also a must. love that. The battery icon mods, and the lockscreen options are also great.

    Unless CM9 really knocks it out of the park, I may never leave this.

    Special thanks to thebullfrog for this thread, apparently Paul never wanted us to know about this! And here I thought you were looking out for us buddy.

    As far as restoring apps- this was my 1st time using app monster pro. Google still doesn't seem to resore anything but my purchased apps. I like how it remembers your non paid apps too and there's a feature to pull apps either from local backup or refresh from the market. VERY HANDY. This go round I restored from local storage to save time... and while I still had to "ok" each app install, it was a very quick process. I don't think the app restores the data like titanium does, but that's ok- as I think that's the problem for frequent rooters- data conflicts, not the application being restored on it's own.

    In the past, I didn't use a backup as I had way too many issues with ROMS not working right in the epic days.
    I use 2 folders with shortcuts and apps, these I restore from Folder Organizer- another great app for those sort of things- love how you can change the folder icon to any icon you want. I was up and running with my full preferences / homescreens apps restored in about an hour...too me some time to wade through all the customizations of this rom!
    02-11-2012 09:56 AM
  13. thebullfrog's Avatar
    Special thanks to thebullfrog for this thread, apparently Paul never wanted us to know about this! And here I thought you were looking out for us buddy.

    Yeah Paul, take that! :P

    The more I use this ROM, the more I think this is how ICS should have worked in the first place. My phone has never been more stable than this. It's been slightly faster, and it's had somewhat better battery life, but never had good battery life, with decent performance, and perfect stability all at once.
    02-11-2012 01:07 PM
  14. Skunkape60's Avatar
    How does that work out? I've never used it to backup my phone. I've always used titanium, then I can do a full restore of apps and some data without having an internet connection. I imagine you need the internet to let Google restore your phone. Could take a while to download/install, no?

    This ROM is f'ing sweet, BTW.
    It actually works very well. I only use it when I'm at home with wifi. My phone was completely setup fifteen minutes after flashing. It even remembers your wifi setting and passwords. Pretty slick!

    Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Xparent Cyan Tapatalk
    02-11-2012 03:23 PM
  15. Paul627g's Avatar
    I haven't been hiding anything.. CodeNameAndroid has been out for about a two weeks or so on the NS4G.. It originally started on the Galaxy Nexus and due to its popularity there the dev ported it over to the GSM & CDMA Nexus's also he is working on porting it to the Xoom tablet I think..

    It is a great ROM, please do keep the discussion going and use this thread to its fullest.

    I have fallen just a tad behind in a few of my updates since being moved up to moderator and getting up to speed on my duties. Now I'm finally comfortable where I can come back through and catch up on some of my updating of ROM/kernel's etc...

    Paul.
    02-11-2012 03:38 PM
  16. kevincwelch's Avatar
    I guess I shouldn't call this a theme. It's something I am working on since I'm not a fan of all the cacophony of colors every time I flash a ROM. Just wanted something darker and, well, blue. It has a little bit of glass involved as well.

    If anyone is interested, I will keep going. At this point, it's just the icons that come with CNA 1.3.3. I may start tackling the phone dialer icons and so forth.
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    02-12-2012 12:39 AM
  17. thebullfrog's Avatar
    I'm not big on theming, especially ICS as I love the aesthetic it has, but I certainly approve of this. I like having the look of all the icons unified
    02-12-2012 10:16 AM
  18. Skunkape60's Avatar
    I'm not big on theming, especially ICS as I love the aesthetic it has, but I certainly approve of this. I like having the look of all the icons unified
    I'm the opposite. I'm not real thrilled with the ICS theme and approve of this 100%. Where can I download it?

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    02-12-2012 10:49 AM
  19. kevincwelch's Avatar
    Right now it is just modified apks that I built into the original 1.3.3 flashable ROM. So, if someone could tell me how to make a flashable theme zip, I can upload it somewhere.
    02-12-2012 11:51 AM
  20. Paul627g's Avatar
    Right now it is just modified apks that I built into the original 1.3.3 flashable ROM. So, if someone could tell me how to make a flashable theme zip, I can upload it somewhere.
    Kevin here is a blank flashable for you to work with...

    Blank Flashable zip

    Anyways, you will see when you open the theme zip up with 7zip...

    /system/

    Inside /system/ you will see...

    /system/app (main system apks.. example Contacts.apk, Phone.apk, Gmail.apk, etc..)

    /system/framework (important main system files)

    /system/fonts (fonts)

    /system/media (sounds, ringtones, notifications, boot animations)

    Take your apks you have modified and drop them inside the /app/ folder and zip it up.

    Thats it...
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    02-12-2012 12:15 PM
  21. Skunkape60's Avatar
    Kevin here is a blank flashable for you to work with...

    Blank Flashable zip

    Anyways, you will see when you open the theme zip up with 7zip...

    /system/

    Inside /system/ you will see...

    /system/app (main system apks.. example Contacts.apk, Phone.apk, Gmail.apk, etc..)

    /system/framework (important main system files)

    /system/fonts (fonts)

    /system/media (sounds, ringtones, notifications, boot animations)

    Take your apks you have modified and drop them inside the /app/ folder and zip it up.

    Thats it...
    This is cool.... Thanks....

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    02-12-2012 03:00 PM
  22. kevincwelch's Avatar
    Thanks to Paul and Zigg, I'm just about there. If you were a child of the Cold War or Reagan era, you might like what I'm working on. Works with CNA 1.3.3, but might work with other ROMs as well.
    02-14-2012 11:25 PM
  23. ZiggSeVO's Avatar
    Thanks to Paul and Zigg, I'm just about there. If you were a child of the Cold War or Reagan era, you might like what I'm working on. Works with CNA 1.3.3, but might work with other ROMs as well.
    Looking forward to seeing this, make sure to host your own op
    02-15-2012 10:57 PM
  24. dedeandmaddog's Avatar
    CNA 1.4.0 is available, just curious if anyone has flashed it yet? this will be on to do list tonight. Also looks like they are developing a Rom utility for CNA, currently in alpha, from what I read on XDA and CNA website it looks to be very cool. These guys know how to do it right.
    02-19-2012 10:49 AM
  25. Paul627g's Avatar
    Yes I have tried the ROM utility in the previous version. Basically it lists themes, mods, kernels that are known to work with the ROM. You can then choose to download them from the list.

    I haven't tried the latest 1.4.0 version yet. I do hope its a bit faster than 1.3.3, as it seemed to get a little laggy after a few days.
    02-19-2012 11:03 AM
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