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[ROM] Slim Bean [Quality First !] [4.2.2 - Build 8] (05/08/2013)

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Hi, I have a problem. When working screen suddenly goes off and does not turn on, help to taking out the batteries. Have you encountered this as well? (version 4.2.1 Stable 1.0 or 1.1)
I had that issue twice. I go to sleep wake up and my phone won't turn on. I had to take battery out.

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Hey Nebucatnetzer, did jerryfan2000 contact you regarding Smart Statusbar?

I'd told him to contact you and help if he can...his new app 'Button Savior' has just made it to xda news...

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I've got that same error message at startup that others have mentioned. Also, the SlimOTA app keeps prompting me to update to the 1.1 version even though I have disabled these notifications in the settings.

Otherwise, great ROM, thank you!
 
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Been stable for 5 days. This has been the first ROM i used that has no issues whatsoever for at least 5 days, and so far, the highest AnTuTu mark i got on 1Ghz stock speed.
Matched with Matr1x v25.0 cfs non-cm kernel. Temple run 2 has zero lag/stutter ("better" graphics setting)

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I've got that same error message at startup that others have mentioned. Also, the SlimOTA app keeps prompting me to update to the 1.1 version even though I have disabled these notifications in the settings.

Otherwise, great ROM, thank you!
For the message "system process not responding", it is caused by gapps (googlebackuptransport.apk more exactly). We will update them for next release. If you need a workaround, try to change googlebackuptransport.apk in /system/app/ from another recent gapps . Anyway, that message doesn't affect anything in daily use.

For OTA app, update notifications can be effectively disabled (except at boot) in next release
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For the message "system process not responding", it is caused by gapps (googlebackuptransport.apk more exactly). We will update them for next release. If you need a workaround, try to change googlebackuptransport.apk in /system/app/ from another recent gapps . Anyway, that message doesn't affect anything in daily use.

For OTA app, update notifications can be effectively disabled (except at boot) in next release
oh, i used non-slim gapps. no wonder mine's very stable lol.
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Hi there, after some days of heavy use, 1.1 has become nomore that snappy, but buggy in different very crappy and slowered circumstances. I am on latest stable r_data kernel.

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Hi there, after some days of heavy use, 1.1 has become nomore that snappy, but buggy in different very crappy and slowered circumstances. I am on latest stable r_data kernel.

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I am on the stock kernel. I used my phone a lot these days and I have at least a dozen of extra apps installed. No slowdowns.
It may be an old app which wasn't updated by its developer. Many things changes in AOSP sources. Try to fix permissions in recovery or delete some apps. Check also the list of running apps in background
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I had that issue twice. I go to sleep wake up and my phone won't turn on. I had to take battery out.

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I am on the stock kernel. I used my phone a lot these days and I have at least a dozen of extra apps installed. No slowdowns.
It may be an old app which wasn't updated by its developer. Many things changes in AOSP sources. Try to fix permissions in recovery or delete some apps. Check also the list of running apps in background
I am know back to marmite, lagging has quite completely gone, without changing anything else. :sly:

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Launcher: Nova 3
Bootanimation:Android L
Recovery: PhilZ

Google Nexus S: GT-I9023
Android: JB 4.3
ROM: Slim Bean Beta 1
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Launcher: Holo
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