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24th May 2015, 03:19 PM |#141  
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Hi, is it this one?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=3046263

[ROM] CARBON-KK-UNOFFICIAL_f2fs-20150520-moto_msm8960
I'm looking for a stable ROM to put on my wife's phone..

Did you read the previous posts? Or did you ask a question that has the answer staring you in the face by mine and enigma9o7's reference to the only f2fs ROM for the msm8960_jbbl devices with a thread in this device's section of xda?

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25th May 2015, 12:51 PM |#142  
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I have noticed that /dev/block/dm-0 (also known as "userdata"/"data" partition) have no max-mount-counts and also no interval-between-checks set to the filesystem.

Is this a wanted behaviour?

edit: What I want to say is that the filesystem is never checked by fsck because the options are set to "never".
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25th May 2015, 09:10 PM |#143  
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Did you read the previous posts? Or did you ask a question that has the answer staring you in the face by mine and enigma9o7's reference to the only f2fs ROM for the msm8960_jbbl devices with a thread in this device's section of xda?

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Thanks for the encouraging answer. To be honest, I was using the free xda-developers app on my phone. I am not aware of a simple way how to jump to a device's section from within a specific forum, so what I did instead was opening Google search and searched for something like "photon q f2fs site:forum.xda-developers.com", which gave me the link I posted.
Now that I am at my computer, I do not see a ROM with CM11 and f2fs in its title in the Android development nor in the Original Android development threads of Photon Q.
Maybe it is due to the fact that I do not own the device yet and hence I am only vaguely familiar with the unified (and de-unified) builds and which devices they are compatible with. I am actually doing a quick research into what should replace my wife's Motorola Milestone. As CM12.1 is still under active development, I was looking for a CM11 ROM (i.e. this thread). There I saw a suggestion for a f2fs ROM, hence I asked.
To sum this up, I gather that the link I posted is not the correct ROM. Unfortunately even with your suggestion, the answer is still not staring at my face. Hence I would appreciate the correct link or maybe some more clues, so I can find it myself.
25th May 2015, 10:08 PM |#144  
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Originally Posted by ajislav

Thanks for the encouraging answer. To be honest, I was using the free xda-developers app on my phone. I am not aware of a simple way how to jump to a device's section from within a specific forum, so what I did instead was opening Google search and searched for something like "photon q f2fs site:forum.xda-developers.com", which gave me the link I posted.
Now that I am at my computer, I do not see a ROM with CM11 and f2fs in its title in the Android development nor in the Original Android development threads of Photon Q.
Maybe it is due to the fact that I do not own the device yet and hence I am only vaguely familiar with the unified (and de-unified) builds and which devices they are compatible with. I am actually doing a quick research into what should replace my wife's Motorola Milestone. As CM12.1 is still under active development, I was looking for a CM11 ROM (i.e. this thread). There I saw a suggestion for a f2fs ROM, hence I asked.
To sum this up, I gather that the link I posted is not the correct ROM. Unfortunately even with your suggestion, the answer is still not staring at my face. Hence I would appreciate the correct link or maybe some more clues, so I can find it myself.

I'll save you some time.

The ROM thread you found is indeed the one - the OP originally built it as CM11, but then changed it to Carbon. If you read the latest posts of that thread, he does mention that he may do another CM11 build.

However, if you want official CM11 this is the thread you want - f2fs wasn't officially introduced to the Photon Q until CM12, hence why if you really want f2fs you have to go with an unofficial build (which has the f2fs functionality backported).
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2nd July 2015, 09:03 PM |#145  
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There's now another official build for our phones, and they're calling it a final snapshot. Although I do see some other devices continue to have cm11 nightlies. But anyways happy to see this exists!

cm-11-20150626-SNAPSHOT-XNG3CAO1L8-moto_msm8960_jbbl.zip http://get.cm/get/qi5

I personally can't easily upgrade cuz I'm using an unofficial f2fs version, but I'm glad it's available.
2nd July 2015, 09:30 PM |#146  
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i'm getting an invalid security certificate for https://get.cm
2nd July 2015, 09:52 PM |#147  
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i'm getting an invalid security certificate for https://get.cm

Nothing wrong with hitting continue, but use the other link on the cm download page, that one deals with the cm computer program, which we have no support from

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3rd July 2015, 12:54 AM |#148  
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i'm getting an invalid security certificate for https://get.cm

I just pasted the direct download link from http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?dev...o_msm8960_jbbl

So try starting there, or just hit continue, it is the shortcut link from that page tho.
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