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23rd November 2012, 11:58 AM   |  #2131  
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Just updated my CM10 rom to the latest nightly. Updated a few system apps and the base.
It should be up in a bit. Check my Google Drive in about 2 hours after this post.

I installed it on top of the cm9 and most is working as expected. Some apps are getting duplicated in name like clock, but I made a small script to remove some system apps to fix it. Very thankful for this cm10 version for the sc-02c.

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23rd November 2012, 11:52 PM   |  #2132  
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I installed it on top of the cm9 and most is working as expected. Some apps are getting duplicated in name like clock, but I made a small script to remove some system apps to fix it. Very thankful for this cm10 version for the sc-02c.

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Oh sorry, forgot to mention. I stuck the 4.2 Google Apps on top of the cm10 base.
So this did put 2 clocks on the system.
24th November 2012, 03:12 AM   |  #2133  
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I've been playing with the cm10 rom now for a week or two. It's way to buggy for me.
Doesn't work well at all. I'm going to build 1 last cm10 without the 4.2 gapps.
I'm going to build an updated cm9 because it hasn't been updated in a while.

Then I will be experimenting with a new base.

You can pick whichever you like.

Stay tuned.
24th November 2012, 04:22 AM   |  #2134  
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Following advice I saw in a post here, I checked out Sakuramilk's page where there is a tweak file that might fix the GPS on my phone.

I downloaded TweakGS2 as a zip file, but it doesn't install. I think it's just a GitHub way of downloading files, not actually a zip for flashing on an Android.

Is there a zip or anything on Sakruamilk's page that I can use to fix my GPS?

Or, in any case, how do I get GPS working on my Docomo Galaxy S2 SC-02C?
24th November 2012, 04:51 AM   |  #2135  
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Originally Posted by martin_tokyo

I have downloaded and installed this latest version, but my GPS is still completely unresponsive. I know the phone works because I did a complete reset over the weekend, and in earlier versions of Android the GPS works.

All other sensors and functions work with this ROM.

What do I need to do to get GPS working? Does the kernel matter (I'm using Siyah 5.0.1)?

(Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 issued in Japan)

same with you, better to wait for updated one...
24th November 2012, 07:11 AM   |  #2136  
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Originally Posted by martin_tokyo

Following advice I saw in a post here, I checked out Sakuramilk's page where there is a tweak file that might fix the GPS on my phone.

I downloaded TweakGS2 as a zip file, but it doesn't install. I think it's just a GitHub way of downloading files, not actually a zip for flashing on an Android.

Is there a zip or anything on Sakruamilk's page that I can use to fix my GPS?

Or, in any case, how do I get GPS working on my Docomo Galaxy S2 SC-02C?

TweakGS2 is an apk configurator for SakuraMilk based kernels. It's similar to the ExTweaks apps for Siyah.
You'd have to extract the zip and install the apk inside.
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OK, I've created a new rom based on the Chameleon rom base.

It's a Samsung backend with AOKP (Google style) interface on top.
So it looks and acts like CM9 but it has the stability and features (such as TV out) of the stock ROM.

This rom will install the Siyah 3.5.2 NTT mod kernel and SC-02C modem.
You can install any other compatable kernel on top if you wish.
I have included all the usual tweaks/fixes.

Please do a wipe/factory reset.

Please let me know of any problems, or comments.
If you want to stream music/videos from your PC, I'd recomend the Plex app. You can get it on Google Play.

The rom will be available soon on Google Drive.
24th November 2012, 10:17 AM   |  #2138  
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i installed the leak 4.1.2 JB firmware on my galaxy s2 sc-02c, and when i flash the modem for sc-02c my gps still didnt work.
24th November 2012, 12:45 PM   |  #2139  
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I think we can make a kernel module to fix gps of the jb leak.
But have no experience of kernel development.
Is there any one can complete gps fix module code here:http://db.tt/QAFbppz3
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Originally Posted by wjchen0

I think we can make a kernel module to fix gps of the jb leak.
But have no experience of kernel development.
Is there any one can complete gps fix module code here:http://db.tt/QAFbppz3

I guess if you could unpack the kernel and hex edit the required value and then repack, it would just work.
It looks like you'd just be changing a string value too.

But I have no experience of this. I've only every modded Windows apps, nothing linux and nothing ARM.

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