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Jit need more ram. You should test it. For me it works better without JIT.
That and I don't think our processor arch can really get all the benefit out of JIT. We also disable JIT on XDAndroid builds for this same reason - the phone just runs better w/o JIT.

If it was armv7+, JIT would probably help...
 
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hi walter, I installed on my t-mobile rhodium, its working fine thanks..just want to ask if there is any way to have a dedicated home button that when you long-pressed will preview the previous or open apps and will work as multitasking button..

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hi walter, I installed on my t-mobile rhodium, its working fine thanks..just want to ask if there is any way to have a dedicated home button that when you long-pressed will preview the previous or open apps and will work as multitasking button..

Sent from my Touch Pro 2 using XDA
Yes, but i have only files for german keyboard. check omgb thread there you can find the files.
My roms, fixed-sbf, kernel:
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HTC LEO: Omnirom - Android 4.4.4
HTC Rhodium: CM7.2 - Android 2.3.7
Huawei Mediapad hws7300u: CM-11.0 - Android 4.4.4
Motorola Defy: Dualboot MS2Ginger 5.1 + Quarx-CM-11.0
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Talking THANK YOU, argenisaz!!

Just tested argenisaz's fix for CDMA on my Sprint Rhodium. Working great!

Thank you, THANK YOU!
 
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I have a Rhod400, and tried this Rom yesterday. However I need some help in connecting to the network. So my questions would be:

1) What is the proper way to change the default network?
I tried modifying the build.prop ro.telephony.defauld_network from 0 to 4 (by using Astro File Manager) but it wouldn't save the changes. Is there a special way to make it save, like using adb pull and push? I even tried the 4636 method, but when i tried to change the preferred network from Unknown to anything else, it would switch back to Unknown.

2) Is 4 the correct network number for sprint users as well?
 
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I have a Rhod400, and tried this Rom yesterday. However I need some help in connecting to the network. So my questions would be:

1) What is the proper way to change the default network?
I tried modifying the build.prop ro.telephony.defauld_network from 0 to 4 (by using Astro File Manager) but it wouldn't save the changes. Is there a special way to make it save, like using adb pull and push? I even tried the 4636 method, but when i tried to change the preferred network from Unknown to anything else, it would switch back to Unknown.

2) Is 4 the correct network number for sprint users as well?
It certainly worked fine for my Sprint Rhodium... I simply used Wordpad to edit the Build.prop before installing it on my phone.
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oooh, before installing it! duuh! I gotta try that. Thanks a lot!
 
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Good night ... Excellent ROM, no doubt. But it has some very important details:

Opera Mini not connecting in CDMA (says there is no internet connection, check config).

Navitel only closes for no reason. I installed it again, and still doing the same. It's a program I use frequently.

Other than that, it works pretty well, smooth and stable.

Buenas noches... Excelente ROM, sin duda. Pero tiene unos detalles muy importantes:

El Opera Mini no conecta en CDMA (Dice que no hay conexión a internet, revisar config).

Se cierra solo el Navitel, sin motivo. Ya lo instalé de nuevo, y sigue haciendo lo mismo. Es un programa que uso frecuentemente.

De resto, funciona bastante bien, fluida y estable.
 
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I have a Rhod400, and tried this Rom yesterday. However I need some help in connecting to the network. So my questions would be:

1) What is the proper way to change the default network?
I tried modifying the build.prop ro.telephony.defauld_network from 0 to 4 (by using Astro File Manager) but it wouldn't save the changes. Is there a special way to make it save, like using adb pull and push? I even tried the 4636 method, but when i tried to change the preferred network from Unknown to anything else, it would switch back to Unknown.

2) Is 4 the correct network number for sprint users as well?
edit build.prop (unzip edit build.prop --> repack zip)

ro.telephony.network=4 to get CDMA running
My roms, fixed-sbf, kernel:
Mirror 1 (Dev-Host)
Mirror 2 (MS-onedrive)

My custom kernel source: GITHUB

HTC LEO: Omnirom - Android 4.4.4
HTC Rhodium: CM7.2 - Android 2.3.7
Huawei Mediapad hws7300u: CM-11.0 - Android 4.4.4
Motorola Defy: Dualboot MS2Ginger 5.1 + Quarx-CM-11.0
Sony Xperia V:
Omnirom - Android 4.4.4

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Good night ... Excellent ROM, no doubt. But it has some very important details:

Opera Mini not connecting in CDMA (says there is no internet connection, check config).

Navitel only closes for no reason. I installed it again, and still doing the same. It's a program I use frequently.

Other than that, it works pretty well, smooth and stable.

Buenas noches... Excelente ROM, sin duda. Pero tiene unos detalles muy importantes:

El Opera Mini no conecta en CDMA (Dice que no hay conexión a internet, revisar config).

Se cierra solo el Navitel, sin motivo. Ya lo instalé de nuevo, y sigue haciendo lo mismo. Es un programa que uso frecuentemente.

De resto, funciona bastante bien, fluida y estable.
Can you post a logcat of FC navitel and a logcat from opera mini?
My roms, fixed-sbf, kernel:
Mirror 1 (Dev-Host)
Mirror 2 (MS-onedrive)

My custom kernel source: GITHUB

HTC LEO: Omnirom - Android 4.4.4
HTC Rhodium: CM7.2 - Android 2.3.7
Huawei Mediapad hws7300u: CM-11.0 - Android 4.4.4
Motorola Defy: Dualboot MS2Ginger 5.1 + Quarx-CM-11.0
Sony Xperia V:
Omnirom - Android 4.4.4

Rhobuntu: https://sites.google.com/site/rhobuntu/
Donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc...=VNEELS79XLXNJ

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