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Just wondering if anyone can tell me whether its necessary to revert to dalvik before dirty flashing nightlies. I got stuck at boot when leaving ART enabled, so I've been switched to dalvik before flashing. Is this standard procedure? Its kind of a pain, didn't know if anyone was having luck leaving ART enabled. I'm running vanir btw. Thanks in advance.

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Just wondering if anyone can tell me whether its necessary to revert to dalvik before dirty flashing nightlies. I got stuck at boot when leaving ART enabled, so I've been switched to dalvik before flashing. Is this standard procedure? Its kind of a pain, didn't know if anyone was having luck leaving ART enabled. I'm running vanir btw. Thanks in advance.

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I'm running vanir too. With ART enabled. The boot does take longer with ART. And after boot it will optimize apps which takes ages with ART. I'm flashing nightlys with ART enabled and no problems here. Just some patience friend

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No problem here. It takes a bit longer than dalvik, but it's normal due to the difference between them.

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Thanks a lot, that'll save me some time. I waited about 4 minutes which is how long it usually takes to originally enable ART and nothing was happening so I figured it was stuck. This was also many builds back. Thanks again guys.

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Thanks a lot, that'll save me some time. I waited about 4 minutes which is how long it usually takes to originally enable ART and nothing was happening so I figured it was stuck. This was also many builds back. Thanks again guys.

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Try a clean flash. I had that same issue. Then did a clean flash, switched to ART and everything was fine. Maybe let it boot for 15 minutes or so before doing this..

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Flashed 1/31 nightly only wiping dalvik /cache with ART enabled and it started optimizing apps in 4 or 5 minutes. Just noticed 2/1 is up, hopefully I get the same results.

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