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[ROM] insanity ii cm ics & insanity ii cm jb

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18th December 2011, 06:00 PM   |  #2391  
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yeup...even void.echo runs smooth, except some stuff which void doesnt support example: bln/led.

question:how can i get insanity to change the clientbaseid??
i need it to buy stuff from market via my carrier/provider. updated market and changed build.prop but still no id change.

i get tired of flashing stock to buy apps ( mostly games like shadowgun, gta3 ) and reflash insanity.

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cleared market data after the dpi change?

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18th December 2011, 07:13 PM   |  #2392  
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yeup...even void.echo runs smooth, except some stuff which void doesnt support example: bln/led.

question:how can i get insanity to change the clientbaseid??
i need it to buy stuff from market via my carrier/provider. updated market and changed build.prop but still no id change.

i get tired of flashing stock to buy apps ( mostly games like shadowgun, gta3 ) and reflash insanity.

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download market enabler from the market. Its by For2w. Run it, enable your market in your area. Set to run on boot.

Use nitrality < ui tweaks to set dpi back to 240, let it restart the interface, then hit power button and reboot phone again.

Then open market. Works like a champ for me every time.

Pain I know but no need to flash anything back.

Also once do this and buy something, if you uninstall it then you will be able to install it again without having to do any of the above steps again.

Also I wasn't a fan of the void echo, its based on the 35.7 kernel. Which shows android OS. Siyah is based on 35.14 kernel.

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19th December 2011, 02:20 PM   |  #2393  
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Anyone else having problems with Gallery? Only some of my videos and pictures are showing up as thumbs.
And many of my videos won't play correctly. They start, but after 2 sec. it stoppes with the error: "This video can't be played".


Works no problem in other non-CM roms..


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19th December 2011, 02:56 PM   |  #2394  
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Anyone else having problems with Gallery? Only some of my videos and pictures are showing up as thumbs.
And many of my videos won't play correctly. They start, but after 2 sec. it stoppes with the error: "This video can't be played".


Works no problem in other non-CM roms..


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Stock gallery sucks. Remove it and install quickpic. Its 1000000x better. Trust me.

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19th December 2011, 03:37 PM   |  #2395  
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Stock gallery sucks. Remove it and install quickpic. Its 1000000x better. Trust me.

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+1, Quickpic is the best at the moment.

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19th December 2011, 05:34 PM   |  #2396  
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Also I wasn't a fan of the void echo, its based on the 35.7 kernel. Which shows android OS. Siyah is based on 35.14 kernel.

Yeah, but Siyah only masks it, and I love the fact that Echo (because of no mDNIe) displays colours without gradients
19th December 2011, 06:37 PM   |  #2397  
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well..but lets say it clear and thats a fact:
insanity default kernel runs smooth and there is normaly no reason to switch kernel. ^^ even when you aim for battery, stock kernel runs perfect, and you can reach +48hrs.

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19th December 2011, 07:15 PM   |  #2398  
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well..but lets say it clear and thats a fact:
insanity default kernel runs smooth and there is normaly no reason to switch kernel. ^^ even when you aim for battery, stock kernel runs perfect, and you can reach +48hrs.

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Complete agree. Here battery running 48hr!!!
19th December 2011, 07:33 PM   |  #2399  
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Anyone use google music? Have you noticed at 182 dpi we get the tablet interface and then at normal 240 it is back to the phone interface (i'm not sure at which point in between this changes, yet). Would there be a way to stop this change as i would prefer the phone interface and the tablet version is sorta buggy (slow, choppy, and harder to navigate).
20th December 2011, 12:38 PM   |  #2400  
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Kernel
FWIW the kernel download link on the first page is not the same kernel that ship's with insanity 56. the zip file contains 2.6.35.14-g74f68f6 atinm@wolverine #1

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