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19th April 2012, 02:00 PM   |  #301  
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I've been running the 04/04 nightly version for a couple of weeks now. Never had a problem with Wifi, no audio problems, no video problems, and rock solid. I think I've only seen 1 or 2 FC's.
19th April 2012, 03:43 PM   |  #302  
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They're on the Market

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...lyZS5jZjNkIl0.

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19th April 2012, 04:48 PM   |  #303  
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What happened with the touch sounds with the latest Nightly? Looks like 18th of April version has some strange sound when typing which is totally different from any other version. Is there a way to change system sounds?
Otherwise the latest build is as good as any other
19th April 2012, 05:20 PM   |  #304  
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What happened with the touch sounds with the latest Nightly? Looks like 18th of April version has some strange sound when typing which is totally different from any other version. Is there a way to change system sounds?
Otherwise the latest build is as good as any other

Yeah, I think the nightly before that one changed the sounds. It wasnt a mistake. They did it on purpose.
19th April 2012, 06:06 PM   |  #305  
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Originally Posted by gedas5

What happened with the touch sounds with the latest Nightly? Looks like 18th of April version has some strange sound when typing which is totally different from any other version. Is there a way to change system sounds?
Otherwise the latest build is as good as any other

Just a LITTLE research on your part would find you instructions on how to change system sounds instead of wanting to be spoon fed

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19th April 2012, 06:27 PM   |  #306  
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Hey guys, there is a lot of material on what probably works. Is there a list of things that are yet to be resolved? i-e not working?

I am planning to install CM9 on my TP but having google talk voice and video working is a must for me. Can anyone please confirm that they work?
19th April 2012, 06:40 PM   |  #307  
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Hey guys, there is a lot of material on what probably works. Is there a list of things that are yet to be resolved? i-e not working?

I am planning to install CM9 on my TP but having google talk voice and video working is a must for me. Can anyone please confirm that they work?

One, use the search button.

Two, because you apparently can't, no, they don't. It's covered about five times a day. The mic and camera do not work. There is no ETA. Given the lack of any drivers, it's unlikely they'll ever work.

If you MUST have mic and camera, you can write drivers yourself (have fun!), use WebOS, or buy a different tablet.
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19th April 2012, 07:06 PM   |  #308  
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One, thanks for the answer.

Two, there's no need to be so sarcy about it. If you feel so uncomfortable answering then don't reply.

And I have 2 tablets running ICS, I mainly use them for Google Hangouts, and the only reason to switch on TP would be to get hangouts. Otherwise we will stick with WebOS for now.
If I could write the drivers I would not be asking here :P
19th April 2012, 10:24 PM   |  #309  
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@ jsgraphicart

Thank you for your reply. Good to know that I'm not imagining things

@ cdzo72

I'm not looking to be spoon fed and I know how to change system sounds but I just wanted to find out if anyone else has noticed the same thing. Thank you anyway for taking your time to write something in reply
20th April 2012, 03:21 AM   |  #310  
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I've been having a recurring problem with my TP since a while back. My sound stops working when i wake my device up after deepsleep. the only way to get sound working again is to reboot. Installing the bricked-ics kernel fixed this but that kernel was unstable. Ive tried removing android completely from my device, done a webosdoctor and then reinstalling it. Still the same problem. Ive had this since after the 3.5 alpha. im on the latest nightly now.

I've taken some catlogs of when the sound is working after a fresh reboot and one where its not. These catlogs are me pressing on the menu button to try to make a touchsound.

Without sound
Code:
04-20 03:21:39.499 D/dalvikvm(9013): GC_FOR_ALLOC freed 1K, 17% free 11218K/13447K, paused 26ms
04-20 03:21:40.419 D/dalvikvm(9013): GC_FOR_ALLOC freed 276K, 18% free 11073K/13447K, paused 27ms
04-20 03:21:41.219 I/ALSAModule(196): ALSA Module: closing down output device
04-20 03:21:42.429 I/ALSAModule(196): ALSA Module: closing down output device
04-20 03:21:42.449 D/memalloc(193): /dev/pmem: Allocated buffer base:0x2ca68000 size:1638400 offset:3014656 fd:37
04-20 03:21:42.459 D/memalloc(2045): /dev/pmem: Mapped buffer base:0x48a63000 size:4653056 offset:3014656 fd:85
04-20 03:21:42.459 D/ALSAModule(196): open called for devices 00000000 in mode 0...
04-20 03:21:42.489 I/ALSAModule(196): Set global parms
04-20 03:21:42.489 I/ALSAModule(196): Setting interleved PCM
04-20 03:21:42.519 D/memalloc(193): /dev/pmem: Allocated buffer base:0x2ca68000 size:1638400 offset:4653056 fd:41
04-20 03:21:42.549 I/ALSAModule(196): Buffer size: 2400, chunk 4800, latency 54421
04-20 03:21:42.549 I/ALSAModule(196): Initialized ALSA PLAYBACK device default
04-20 03:21:42.549 E/AudioHardwareALSA(196): RE-OPEN AFTER STANDBY:: took 121 msecs
04-20 03:21:42.549 D/memalloc(2045): /dev/pmem: Mapped buffer base:0x48ed3000 size:6291456 offset:4653056 fd:88
04-20 03:21:42.569 D/memalloc(193): /dev/pmem: Allocated buffer base:0x2ca68000 size:1638400 offset:6291456 fd:52
04-20 03:21:42.579 D/memalloc(2045): /dev/pmem: Mapped buffer base:0x4ab66000 size:7929856 offset:6291456 fd:91
With sound
Code:
04-20 03:44:29.099 D/NetlinkEvent(149): Unexpected netlink message. type=0x0
04-20 03:44:29.709 D/NetlinkEvent(149): Unexpected netlink message. type=0x140e
04-20 03:44:33.549 D/memalloc(152): /dev/pmem: Allocated buffer base:0x2ca66000 size:393216 offset:0 fd:36
04-20 03:44:33.549 D/memalloc(1588): /dev/pmem: Mapped buffer base:0x47d3e000 size:393216 offset:0 fd:46
04-20 03:44:33.589 I/ALSAModule(156): ALSA Module: closing down output device
04-20 03:44:33.629 D/ALSAModule(156): open called for devices 00000000 in mode 0...
04-20 03:44:33.659 I/ALSAModule(156): Set global parms
04-20 03:44:33.659 I/ALSAModule(156): Setting interleved PCM
04-20 03:44:33.679 I/ALSAModule(156): Buffer size: 2400, chunk 4800, latency 54421
04-20 03:44:33.679 I/ALSAModule(156): Initialized ALSA PLAYBACK device default
04-20 03:44:33.679 E/AudioHardwareALSA(156): RE-OPEN AFTER STANDBY:: took 87 msecs
04-20 03:44:33.749 D/dalvikvm(1588): GC_CONCURRENT freed 385K, 33% free 7695K/11335K, paused 2ms+15ms
04-20 03:44:35.399 D/memalloc(1588): /dev/pmem: Unmapping buffer base:0x47d3e000 size:393216 offset:0
04-20 03:44:35.419 W/InputManagerService(229): Window already focused, ignoring focus gain of: com.android.internal.view.IInputMethodClient$Stub$Proxy@2bee3060
04-20 03:44:35.659 D/memalloc(152): /dev/pmem: Freeing buffer base:0x2ca66000 size:393216 offset:0 fd:36
04-20 03:44:38.769 I/ALSAModule(156): ALSA Module: closing down output device
04-20 03:44:38.869 I/ALSAModule(156): ALSA Module: closing down output device
04-20 03:44:38.899 D/ALSAModule(156): open called for devices 00000000 in mode 0...
04-20 03:44:38.929 I/ALSAModule(156): Set global parms
04-20 03:44:38.929 I/ALSAModule(156): Setting interleved PCM
04-20 03:44:38.989 I/ALSAModule(156): Buffer size: 2400, chunk 4800, latency 54421
04-20 03:44:38.989 I/ALSAModule(156): Initialized ALSA PLAYBACK device default
04-20 03:44:38.989 E/AudioHardwareALSA(156): RE-OPEN AFTER STANDBY:: took 118 msecs
04-20 03:44:39.209 D/memalloc(152): /dev/pmem: Allocated buffer base:0x2ca66000 size:393216 offset:0 fd:36
04-20 03:44:39.219 D/memalloc(1588): /dev/pmem: Mapped buffer base:0x47d3e000 size:393216 offset:0 fd:46
04-20 03:44:41.159 D/memalloc(1588): /dev/pmem: Unmapping buffer base:0x47d3e000 size:393216 offset:0
04-20 03:44:41.169 W/InputManagerService(229): Window already focused, ignoring focus gain of: com.android.internal.view.IInputMethodClient$Stub$Proxy@2bf8f338

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