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Br!cked are you saying that glitch is the only ICS kernel that will mount and install apps on datadata on initial flash of the rom? If I choose to slipstream Devil kernel or any other ICS kernel in to the RC1 rom zip will it not mount and properly install in to datadata, but instead use the slower data\data partition. At that point would I need to flash MP's datadata script right after flashing rom zip in the same cwm session in order to use datadata instead?
Yes. That is what he's saying. If you slipstream a different kernel, then you will need to manually run the data fix at some point to get to /datadata un-lagginess.

You will probably need to let the phone boot once before running the data fix, unless you have another addon cwm zip that creates some things in /data. I made myself a basic addon package that has things like TB, JuiceDefender, etc.

So, I can, for example, simply install a custom slipstreamed rom, then basica addon, then data fix, and I'm golden.

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Br!cked are you saying that glitch is the only ICS kernel that will mount and install apps on datadata on initial flash of the rom? If I choose to slipstream Devil kernel or any other ICS kernel in to the RC1 rom zip will it not mount and properly install in to datadata, but instead use the slower data\data partition. At that point would I need to flash MP's datadata script right after flashing rom zip in the same cwm session in order to use datadata instead?
^^^What he said ^^^

With MP's Devil kernel builds or Platypus, you will mount as /data/data when the rom is flashed. The kernel that AOKP comes with is a very slimmed down version of the CM9 kernel, and it mounts as /datadata as well. I opted for Icy Glitch because of the additional features it has out of the box, and its a pretty damn sweet kernel. Of course anyone can run whatever they want, which is pretty much Icy Glitch, Platypus, or MPs unofficial Devil kernel, but I would recommend flashing them after your first reboot of ICZen.

In the meantime, MP is patiently helping me get my Linux environment setup, so I can try my hand at some custom kernel action.
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Does Nelson's Kissed v2.2 kernel mount as datadata on initial install like glitch and stock aokp kernel?
 
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Does Nelson's Kissed v2.2 kernel mount as datadata on initial install like glitch and stock aokp kernel?
I didn't try that one

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How can you tell how the kernel mounts? Do you just look either in datadata or data\data after flash and see where the apps are at?
 
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How can you tell how the kernel mounts? Do you just look either in datadata or data\data after flash and see where the apps are at?
Yep for now. MP found some strings that were leading towards it the other day, Im still getting up to speed on the kernel side of things.

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I'm loving it *mcdonalds commercial impersonation* ok now to a bug I'm having is that when I'm txting, sometimes what I type doesn't show up as if I'm not typing. I have to press back nd go back to txt for it to work, sure nothing serious but it is annoying

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This text bug has been around for me since MIUI. I use the flexT9 keyboard.

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I'll try a different ICS keyboard next time around.
i use swiftkey x and i experience the bug every once in a while not a big deal tho only takes an extra 1/2 second to create a message.
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