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18th April 2012, 11:53 AM   |  #2851  
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Did you check that Menu->Advanced->Fix HTC routes with Froyo ROMs is selected in your OpenVPN Settings app?
Also "Load tun kernel module" should be checked.

im sorry, i found this option will check right now. thanks.
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enigmaamit: after nearly three months of tests, I've seen that these settings are not so better than the stock ones. I used the phone both with stock characteristics and your settings during this period, but I think stock is best. Actually I noticed even a strange behaviour, like slow downs but no one benefit for the problem I've reported.

Great man.

Glad you finally got the settings down to your preference. Like i said before, there are no ideal settings... each one is comfortable with different ones. I simply suggested settings that I personally used, and am still using. Also, not all devices are born the same. Some devices handle a particular set of settings much better than others. For example, for some of us, even prolonged severe overclocking or undervolting does not produce system instability, while for others, even milder settings result in system freezes, random reboots, etc. Take for example Olyloh's phone... the man's a maniac with undervolting (or was, at least) and has had stable setup even on -100 to -125 mV if i remember correctly (oly, please correct me if i am wrong); I ran -100 UV for a month without any adverse event, before i realized that it didn't really make any significant difference in battery life, thereby switching back to 0.... but numerous other users actually had to set their UV to 0 or +25 to keep their phones from crashing. The same goes with overclocking... Even on the same assembly line, devices are created unique, and have different margins of tolerance.

I am happy that you've finally found the settings that work best for your device. Congratulations!
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18th April 2012, 12:01 PM   |  #2853  
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what the Fix HTC routes with Froyo ROMs? patch ?

It does what it says! I guess it's a sort of patch. You may find ton of information about that, even in the OpenVPN Setting app mailing list!
Read here, for instance.

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Great man.

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I am happy that you've finally found the settings that work best for your device. Congratulations!

Great! And this is mostly because of you.
I would have never tried any OC/UV setting without your suggestion. Anyway, I am still wandering if the PDroid patch was the real culprit of all the problems discussed here. Anyway, I will keep on testing +25.

Thanks mate.
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Anyway, I am still wandering if the PDroid patch was the real culprit of all the problems discussed here. Anyway, I will keep on testing +25.

Thanks mate.

You're most welcome, my friend.

As for the Pdroid issue... we know that it's been causing problems on Endymion. Lowveld said so himself. But I don't know if we can attribute all problems to that one patch. Best way to find out would be to test a ROM setup without the PDroid patch and try to reproduce the same issues on that setup. If they disappear, with the only variable being the exclusion of the PDroid patch, you've found your culprit. If not, the rabbit hole might go deeper than we suspect.
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18th April 2012, 12:14 PM   |  #2855  
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we know that it's been causing problems on Endymion. Lowveld said so himself.

Yes, you are right actually. I was completely aware of this, but I didn't find any significant issue (apart the one we are discussing) using it since the PDroid patch applying.
Anyway, I've seen that PDroid is not so indispensable for me, and most of the times, I select all "V" ON for the applications.

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If not, the rabbit hole might go deeper than we suspect.

18th April 2012, 02:08 PM   |  #2856  
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It does what it says! I guess it's a sort of patch. You may find ton of information about that, even in the OpenVPN Setting app mailing list!
Read here, for instance.


Thanks mate.

did not help: ( deleted openvpn * apps
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did not help: ( deleted openvpn * apps

Sometimes I don't understand what people say. Excuse me.

I think that "deleting openvpn" is not a solution.
19th April 2012, 02:22 PM   |  #2858  
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Sometimes I don't understand what people say. Excuse me.

I think that "deleting openvpn" is not a solution.

it has not helped me(Fix HTC routes in openvpn setting), and I deleted the openvpn after. p.s. sorry my english (
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it has not helped me(Fix HTC routes in openvpn setting), and I deleted the openvpn after. p.s. sorry my english (

No problem mate. Anyway, I think you should open a new thread for that problem, or look for one already opened (I bet there is at least one). I also had problems with OpenVPN app, and for that reason I suggested you to try Fix HTC routes.
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