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[ROM] AOKP [UNOFFICIAL] nightly - JellyBean - 4.2.2 - JDQ39- NIGHTLY

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14th September 2012, 07:28 AM   |  #1081  
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I think I am starting to sound like a broken record..."try a full install"....or a clean install with Format of /system.

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Not in this case...
I always do the clean install, but do I really need to do a complete format & lose all my apps, pics & music? I'm trying to keep it up to date, but i dont see doing a full format every time you post an upgrade?

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14th September 2012, 07:32 AM   |  #1082  
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Not in this case...
I always do the clean install, but do I really need to do a complete format & lose all my apps, pics & music? I'm trying to keep it up to date, but i dont see doing a full format every time you post an upgrade?

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You can format system, cache, and dalvick without formatting data. Its usually what I do when updating. With so many changes to the framework in these updates its a good idea to format the system.

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14th September 2012, 07:49 AM   |  #1083  
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I see you ported 14. Do you suggest I do a complete format of my system, start from scratch?
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You can format system, cache, and dalvick without formatting data. Its usually what I do when updating. With so many changes to the framework in these updates its a good idea to format the system.

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Thanx my friend. I wasnt sure if it was meant that I have to format the complete system/data. I don't believe in dirty flashes. Every time I do a complete format system and cache/dalvick wipe when I try a new update. It's a bitch getting my apps and such set back up all my crap each time I update lol. I don't mind though, for me it's the only way for me to play with a new ROM the right way. I've been using this AOKP rom since July. Ive run nothing else since. That's why I send any errors I run across. I'll get that LogCat to ya next time, when I get to play with this upgrade.
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14th September 2012, 05:08 PM   |  #1084  
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Alright guys, new build tonight has the tablet UI that you asked for along with a few other things...play around and see what's new.

Tablet UI is a WIP... here are the directions. I think the AOKP team is going to make changing dpi apart of ROMControl to make it easier. I think tomorrow's build should contain the update. However, in the mean time, if you want to test the tablet UI, here is what you do:

1) Go to ROM control -> General UI -> Enable tablet UI
2) Open Root explorer (or whichever one you use, I use ES explorer) and browse to you build.prop located in the root of /system folder
3) Open it up and look for a line ro.sf.lcd_density=320
4) Change 320 to whichever dpi you want. (Default tablet dpi is 160 - I find that this is too small. 200-210 is probably the best you will get. But you should play with it and see which is best for you)
5) Reboot
6) Have FUN!!!

Does the 9/14 build have the dpi update in ROM Control?

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Does the 9/14 build have the dpi update in ROM Control?

Nevermind, just noticed it in the gerrit...
14th September 2012, 05:31 PM   |  #1085  
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I decided to wipe and start over with last night's build. Running Franco 250 this ROM is kicking ass.

Thanks!

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15th September 2012, 05:24 AM   |  #1086  
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Anyone know if aokp backup works on this ROM?

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15th September 2012, 06:23 AM   |  #1087  
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Anyone know if aokp backup works on this ROM?

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Aokp backup has not been brought back from ICS just yet.

Also, I have ported over Sprint Diagnostic from EOS since I use PRL manager on a regular basis. Thanks to BigRushDog for allowing me to include this in the ROM. Have fun guys. Update will be uploaded shortly.
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Sorry guys, I fell asleep before I had a chance to upload last night. New build is up now...


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15th September 2012, 01:58 PM   |  #1089  
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Aokp backup has not been brought back from ICS just yet.

Erhh..take that back, I was waiting for that commit to be more stable before picking. It will be in tonight. A new patchset was pushed last night
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17th September 2012, 12:07 AM   |  #1090  
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Official AOKP JB Build-2!!!
Looks like we'll have official AOKP JB Build-2 very very soon!

http://aokp.co/index.php/releases/_/jb-build-2-r29

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