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[ROM] Android Open Kang Project

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By Whitehawkx, Retired Recognized Developer on 6th March 2012, 10:24 PM
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20th March 2012, 09:09 PM |#461  
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Replacing the build.prop fixed everything...love this rom.....build 28 is nice

Sent from my LG-P999 using XDA

Good to hear. Like I said, this SHOULD have been fixed... it will be next release (and hopefully will be fixed and uploaded to aokp.co later as well for this build). CM was very specific with locking the ril down on this phone unfortunately.
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20th March 2012, 10:21 PM |#462  
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Good to hear. Like I said, this SHOULD have been fixed... it will be next release (and hopefully will be fixed and uploaded to aokp.co later as well for this build). CM was very specific with locking the ril down on this phone unfortunately.

I did a diff on the 2 build.prop and the only meaningful difference between the two in addition to modvrsion is
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ro.kernel.android.checkjni=0
Is it correct?

And a dumb question: Is RIL part of the ROM? I've always thought it's part of the base band.
21st March 2012, 12:37 AM |#463  
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Here is a quick fix if you dont feel like swapping build.prop. Do the following exactly...

remove
ro.modversion=blahblah

add to the bottom of the build.prop
ro.cm.device=p999
ro.cm.version=9.0.0-aokp

the lines added have to be exactly like i posted. This is how I corrected the ril issues in the first place besides whitey adding some important commits to source.
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21st March 2012, 12:49 AM |#464  
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Replacing the build.prop fixed everything...love this rom.....build 28 is nice

Sent from my LG-P999 using XDA

Work great Thanks

Sent from my AOKP G2x
21st March 2012, 02:25 AM |#465  
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Here is a quick fix if you dont feel like swapping build.prop. Do the following exactly...

remove
ro.modversion=blahblah

add to the bottom of the build.prop
ro.cm.device=p999
ro.cm.version=9.0.0-aokp

the lines added have to be exactly like i posted. This is how I corrected the ril issues in the first place besides whitey adding some important commits to source.

The stuff to add is already present homie. It's just a matter of removing the modversion portion.
21st March 2012, 03:03 AM |#466  
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For the lazy, here's it already modified:

http://blainecraft.com/aokp
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Build 28? Damn I missed out in the last 8 days.

Preparing to flash.

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21st March 2012, 03:29 AM |#468  
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Good to hear. Like I said, this SHOULD have been fixed... it will be next release (and hopefully will be fixed and uploaded to aokp.co later as well for this build). CM was very specific with locking the ril down on this phone unfortunately.

So GetRIL app wont work on this rom (or other ICS roms)?

---------- Post added at 10:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:27 PM ----------

also, has anyone tried Trinity's CM9 kernel on this rom?

If so, how well does it work? Does it give the correct battery reading %?
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So GetRIL app wont work on this rom (or other ICS roms)?

---------- Post added at 10:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:27 PM ----------

also, has anyone tried Trinity's CM9 kernel on this rom?

If so, how well does it work? Does it give the correct battery reading %?

Yes, the CM9 kernel works, and it works well. GetRIL will work with that fix I believe, but it will work on all the other ICS ROMs without because they others are all CM9 (until doniqcc finishes his AOSP).

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I have been using this ROM since you first released it glad to see you port AOKP to the G2x, missed you WhiteHawk. I only ran into a couple of issues when my browser closes but other than that smooth and my favorite ROM.
I read your FAQ and just wanted to throw a couple things that I think would be interesting if introduced to the ROM if other people agree maybe you can add it?



For the Notification toggles if you could have a page like in MIUI that you can swipe left or right. I know you have many other options I really like the options you offer and I am currently using the regular layout with the auto hide icons and love it.

Also if you can add moar togglez. The following link has some of the options but if these were available within ROM control it would be great. I like running the phone close to stock so I don't run into issues.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1531222

Music controls don't show up when I use Pandora or other music players. I feel like this was give and take depending which ROMs I used. If you could implement this it would really help.

For the Powersave mode from your ROM control is it possible to add an "exception tab". If I try to stream Pandora or Google Music it shuts off because the internet goes off with the screen.
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