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3rd November 2011, 08:21 PM   |  #1  
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This is the place where you can post and talk about your own personal cm7 builds, aka KANGS, experimental ideas and such.

PURPOSE: keeping the main CM7 thread clean.

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3rd November 2011, 08:40 PM   |  #2  
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Subscribed although I can't build myself. This matter is too interesting not to follow. I think bk201 his posts are the ones that I pay most attention to and I hope he will not be discouraged by this 'ban' but will keep us informed here.

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Subscribed although I can't build myself. This matter is too interesting not to follow. I think bk201 his posts are the ones that I pay most attention to and I hope he will not be discouraged by this 'ban' but will keep us informed here.

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yep, love those posts too
3rd November 2011, 09:11 PM   |  #4  
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Subscribed although I can't build myself. This matter is too interesting not to follow. I think bk201 his posts are the ones that I pay most attention to and I hope he will not be discouraged by this 'ban' but will keep us informed here.

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Setting up a build environment isn't that hard. If you need help, please let me know.
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3rd November 2011, 09:43 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by siky_dude

This is the place where to talk about your own personal cm7 builds, aka KANGS.

PURPOSE: keeping the main CM7 thread clean.

THIS

sorry for all the trouble.

currently testing:

I426982b3, I16a40854, Idb544452
feedback: have to test this some more, but didn't work when i tried the first time. there could be a popup informing user that bootanim was imported sucessfully or not, also fps rate dropped quite a bit after 1 or 2 seconds previewing chosen bootanim. that worked, but when i rebooted bootanim was still the default. don't know if i did something wrong though.

If0476af0, If5485caf
feedback: no errors on output, but icon on statusbar doesn't show. profiles feature keeps working fine, with this on or off.

Idf1cb09f, I89bdbc11
feedback: working flawlessly. 3 or 4 seconds less on boot process.

I52fcd648
feedback: downloaded Third Blade from market (~49mb), no issues downloading or installing. internal/external sdcard unaffected. no more need for this maybe?

I4427e3f2
feedback: working without issues; from what i understand this a function that gets string lenght (for example from a user input, not so sure here); any way to get a more technical comparison? a math test to cpu perhaps?

I92569aa2
feedback: also working, and solved original issue.

Ic0b39c23
feedback: no compile errors, no issues until now, seamless.

Id3e68a75, I2e365a33
feedback: working; does what's described. will test further for conflict with HSPA setting introduced by pawitp.


I461e90ac, I70d846ab, I76632c87
feedback: working; need more time to check for improvements on battery runtime.
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3rd November 2011, 09:49 PM   |  #6  
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Very good work. Have you been commenting on gerrit also? That would useful for the peer reviewers.
3rd November 2011, 09:53 PM   |  #7  
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Very good work. Have you been commenting on gerrit also? That would useful for the peer reviewers.

I haven't, the devs said i shouldn't if i didn't have anything to contribute.

more in testing

I5cb28b08
feedback: no issues to report, seamless

Ic395fae3
feedback: fixes skewed preview on camera when launching it from lockscreen custom app starter, with auto-rotation/90 active.

I985c4573
feedback: looks good, seamless on the end user i guess

I923fa5aa
feedback: still working fine, that nice terminal

just saw this, will test later:
I7ccd5e2c
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3rd November 2011, 11:02 PM   |  #8  
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Setting up a build environment isn't that hard. If you need help, please let me know.

Do you think we should get a little bit more constructive/extensive (based on the wiki, sure) on build tips? setting up the buildenv isn't hard at all (just bandwith/time consuming), but 'repo' cannot be trusted for anything else than 'repo sync', and git can be a bit overwhelming. I've been practicing, so i'm getting better at git, branching, merging and fixing conflicts when they occur.

and another one up for testing
I412f9bba - benchmark fans, let's go
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For me the limit is my hardware. A notebook /w ubuntu (yeah!), but also 2 years old, 512 mb ram, 160 gb hd. Don't think that will do.

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4th November 2011, 12:06 AM   |  #10  
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For me the limit is my hardware. A notebook /w ubuntu (yeah!), but also 2 years old, 512 mb ram, 160 gb hd. Don't think that will do.

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hmm, i used to build on a p4 with 2gb ram. linux holds its ground, it will not give up on you, even if you're browsing (don't watch flvs though ) or listen to music... i hope.
still, if you find something you want to see tested, write it down, someone will test it (if it doesn't get approved before that ) and share feedback.

---------- Post added at 10:06 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:13 PM ----------

Received call, screen didn't wake up. pressed home once, no reaction, pressed power button twice, screen woke up and i was able to awnser the call.

http://pastebin.com/4PuAd31R

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I/power ( 208): *** set_screen_state 0
D/SurfaceFlinger( 208): About to give-up screen, flinger = 0xeb108
D/KeyguardViewMediator( 208): wakeWhenReadyLocked(26)
I/power ( 208): *** set_screen_state 1
I/power ( 208): *** set_screen_state 1

i'm curious, what's KeyguardViewMediator?

quote from cm forums, user danielck78
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Try this. Press on the sensor or somewhere near it. Try to press harder for about 2 seconds. Try if the screen turn back on.

edit: i'm with ring lockscreen. never happened before, but i've merged a couple of commits which are related to lockscreen stuff, note that i'm not saying that they are the cause. i'll try with vanilla kernel too (merged a couple of commits from zach 2.6.35.x towards battery runtime, although i don't think they're to blame since i had them for like 3 builds, that makes at least a week and a half using it)
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