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[ROM] ZR3D 4.3GT! (7-3) [team420] beats, fast! (ota-2.17.651.5)

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22nd April 2012, 02:26 AM |#4661  
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Use 4ext , I flashed it using 4ext and works perfectly

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I'm using that recovery.

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22nd April 2012, 02:27 AM |#4662  
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Loving 2.4 gt. As close to perfection I think we will see on our 3d. Only possible thing I can think of is how to make the second core sleep when not needed to conserve battery. Why do I get the feeling the team is already looking into it.

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22nd April 2012, 02:35 AM |#4663  
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Loving 2.4 gt. As close to perfection I think we will see on our 3d. Only possible thing I can think of is how to make the second core sleep when not needed to conserve battery. Why do I get the feeling the team is already looking into it.

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I read that to turn the 2nd core off/sleep, you have to change all cpu1 "offline" in init.post_boot.sh
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22nd April 2012, 04:26 AM |#4665  
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Happy Saturday Night ZR3Ders

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22nd April 2012, 04:29 AM |#4666  
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I read that to turn the 2nd core off/sleep, you have to change all cpu1 "offline" in init.post_boot.sh

Don't want to turn it off... Just curious if there's a way to put her to sleep until needed as opposed to always awake

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I noticed the weather animation doesn't work when I unlock my phone and I have "All Animations" checked in display settings. Is this only cause I'm using the Rezound GT version or is this a bug?
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22nd April 2012, 04:38 AM |#4668  
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I noticed the weather animation doesn't work when I unlock my phone and I have "All Animations" checked in display settings. Is this only cause I'm using the Rezound GT version or is this a bug?

go to your homescreen, drag the sense clock down to edit, click on current location and click "show full screen animations"...

OH AND BTW...rom is still running like a dream, no issues with ziggy kernel on lag free
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22nd April 2012, 04:43 AM |#4669  
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I noticed the weather animation doesn't work when I unlock my phone and I have "All Animations" checked in display settings. Is this only cause I'm using the Rezound GT version or is this a bug?

I'm on get and mine work
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22nd April 2012, 04:47 AM |#4670  
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go to your homescreen, drag the sense clock down to edit, click on current location and click "show full screen animations"...

OH AND BTW...rom is still running like a dream, no issues with ziggy kernel on lag free

Cool. That worked. Thank you! And thanks for such a fast response.
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22nd April 2012, 04:55 AM |#4671  
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Don't want to turn it off... Just curious if there's a way to put her to sleep until needed as opposed to always awake

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There is couple of things you need to achieve that, one is the mpdecision, that's the file that HTC puts in there to control CPU1, basically what it does is that it gets CPU1 offline and online when needed, secondly you need to clear the init.post_boot.sh of any dualcore script, that will take your CPU1 back to HTC stock settings, I'm looking into a simple way to do this for you guys that like to run CPU1 offline and online when needed, I may throw a zip with the files needed.

Qualcom made our CPU to run dualcore @ 1512000mhz stock, but HTC underclocks it to 118800mhz and throws the mpdecision file to run cpu0 all the time and CPU1 offline and online when more processing power is needed, that is due to carrier's specs, so basically when u running dualcore, you are running the cpus the way they were made to run.


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