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[KERNEL][04 APR] GLaDOS V2.11

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By Ezekeel, Retired Recognized Developer on 7th November 2011, 04:57 PM
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24th December 2011, 01:21 PM |#1501  
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I released GLaDOS V2.4 including some bug fixes for Live OC which should take care of potential instabilities or performance issues.

I read some reports from people that were plagued by reboot/SoD problems that these issues were gone after a complete wipe and installing everything from scratch without using any backup software like Titanium. This is what I did and I am not having any trouble, so I can only recommend that.

Thanks for the 2.4 version. Merry Christmas!
 
 
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24th December 2011, 01:43 PM |#1502  
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I released GLaDOS V2.4 including some bug fixes for Live OC which should take care of potential instabilities or performance issues.

I read some reports from people that were plagued by reboot/SoD problems that these issues were gone after a complete wipe and installing everything from scratch without using any backup software like Titanium. This is what I did and I am not having any trouble, so I can only recommend that.

thanks for the new version, I wish you a Merry Christmas and happy ..
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24th December 2011, 01:47 PM |#1503  
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hey ezeekel.. merry christmas, now get some rest =p.. enjoy your holiday man =).
24th December 2011, 01:53 PM |#1504  
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I'm at a uptime of 38h 50m with 2.3 v2 cfs. So I'd say glados is stable now...

Gonna flash 2.4 now anyway, I have ORD after all.
Merry Xmas! ^^
24th December 2011, 02:08 PM |#1505  
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I flashed this on nexus beam. Wiped cache/dalvik, but every time my screen turns off or on, a green screen comes on for brief second.....why is that?

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24th December 2011, 02:14 PM |#1506  
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Hi!! Random restarts after I flashed the 2.4 version... Backing to 2.3 now...

Merry Christmas from Brazil!
24th December 2011, 02:21 PM |#1507  
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Can someone post 2.3 for me?

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24th December 2011, 02:46 PM |#1508  
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WOW Thanks a bunch Ezekeel! You been hard at work and it's much appreciated! This is the best Christmas ever! Lmao! Thanks again buddy and hope you have a Merry Christmas!
24th December 2011, 03:05 PM |#1509  
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I'm sorry but are all the updates gonna be like 15mb? I'm just curious.

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This is mainly because of embedded boot animation, something I don't like among other things.

I know I can manually edit the zip to remove boot animation but I have to do that on every release and it's not comfortable (moreover I'm always worried about something can go wrong during unzip, delete, re-zip process)

I hope Ezekeel will start to release a version of kernel without animation on regular basis.
24th December 2011, 03:09 PM |#1510  
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This is mainly because of embedded boot animation, something I don't like among other things.

I know I can manually edit the zip to remove boot animation but I have to do that on every release and it's not comfortable (moreover I'm always worried about something can go wrong during unzip, delete, re-zip process)

I hope Ezekeel will start to release a version of kernel without animation on regular basis.

I doubt this is solely the cause because prior v2.0, all of the GlaDOS updates used to be 6-7 MB and the boot animation was still there.
24th December 2011, 03:11 PM |#1511  
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This is mainly because of embedded boot animation, something I don't like among other things.

I know I can manually edit the zip to remove boot animation but I have to do that on every release and it's not comfortable (moreover I'm always worried about something can go wrong during unzip, delete, re-zip process)

I hope Ezekeel will start to release a version of kernel without animation on regular basis.

You can use ASTRO file manager to delete the boot animation inside the zip without manually unzipping and rezipping.

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