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[ROM] newSENSE [RC2] [SENSE 2.1 | 2.3.4] [A2SD] [Custom Kernel] [Updated: 4/29/12]

30th March 2012, 03:59 PM |#71  
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yes wimax is enabled, and the base is the official sprint ruu/ota/whatever you wanna call it.

Yup... The base is the official rom.zip extracted from the latest ruu which was the ota update to 2.3.4...

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Haven't found a nuisance in newSENSE yet (lol forgive my pun).. This ROM is great, didn't have any trouble flashing with clockworkmod v5.0.2.0. This is the reason why I check the Shift development page every couple days! Bravo. Bravo gentlemen.
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is the builtin kernel capable of ext4

and less important does it have tun support

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30th March 2012, 05:57 PM |#74  
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is the builtin kernel capable of ext4

and less important does it have tun support

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It is ext4 ... And no tun... Gimmie 24 hours... Maybe less...

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It is ext4 ... And no tun... Gimmie 24 hours... Maybe less...

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I gave a thanks, but it really needs a thanks x10 button
anyway, Thanks x 10 for your work, and those around you that put this together.

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I'm starting the compile in a few minutes...

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I'm starting the compile in a few minutes...

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Just curious, for someone that hasnt installed RC1 yet, but about to, should I wait a little bit? I dont really need tun support, but if its a later build, I would rather not do 2 installs tonight.
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Just curious, for someone that hasnt installed RC1 yet, but about to, should I wait a little bit? I dont really need tun support, but if its a later build, I would rather not do 2 installs tonight.

If it works, and all goes well it will just be a flashable zip... So go ahead and install and I'll hopefully have a zip posted later tonight

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I noticed that when i wipe dalvik (to install a new theme) and reboot, i no longer have my dalvik to sdext and have to redo a2sd cachesd again. Has anyone else experience this?

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It might be because the ROM is de-odex. I will investigate some more...

And... tun.ko, cifs.ko kernel is done and compiled... Someone that can test this please pm me or gtalk me... I'm assuming it works because the open vpn installer says its good to go...



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