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[NIGHTLY][ROM][GWK74] CyanogenMod 7 for vendor Bravo (HTC Desire GSM)

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2nd April 2012, 08:03 PM |#6781  
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I'm just wondering if anoyone is having issues with Temple Run and the controls responding almost randomly...
 
 
3rd April 2012, 08:26 AM |#6782  
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Not to sound rude or anything, but have you given the thought of updating your ROM with a newer nightly?

You could also try one of the Euroskank builds and see if that helps (they're the latest nightlies, but with a few more options added in - and they work on top of CM7 i.e. I never had to wipe - only clear the dalvik)

I haven't installed a newer nighlty because I've seen people having problems with them and was thinking since there were months with no changes, the build must be quite stable. I will look for a newer version at the end of the week, when I get the time.
21st April 2012, 04:06 PM |#6783  
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New nightly is up. Has anyone flashed it already? I'm still downloading...

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21st April 2012, 04:41 PM |#6784  
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New nightly is up. Has anyone flashed it already? I'm still downloading...

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Thanks, me too! Can't wait.

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22nd April 2012, 09:34 AM |#6785  
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Currently I'm using the last nightly. It seems very stable and fast but I continue to have crashes and reboots during the Skype log in operations.
22nd April 2012, 10:53 AM |#6786  
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Two months ago, I have notices an annoying problem. When I activate the mobile data connection, my phone connects in the fastest mode (the H icon appears) but shortly afterwards, it switches to 3G, it stays a while, then it switches back to H and so on. Is there a setting for a hysteresis in this switch? Or is there a setting to increase its sensitivity in the 3G mode?
Currently, I have compiled CyanogenMod 7 right after the audiosystem: support for samsungs isSeperatedStream() commit (this means it's not the latest official nightly) and installed it on my phone. So far, it works fine but the behaviour was noticed at the end of February (both with the official nightlies and with the custom compiled versions).

Edit: I have noticed a commit, GCC 4.7 now correctly implements the two-phase name lookup rules. Does that mean that CyanogenMod may be compiled now with the 4.7 version of gcc? My last attempt to compile it with another version than 4.4.3 was some time ago with gcc 4.6.1 from Linaro. Beyond all the warnings which were treated as errors, I have managed to compile and run it, but it was very unstable.
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22nd April 2012, 03:11 PM |#6787  
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Currently I'm using the last nightly. It seems very stable and fast but I continue to have crashes and reboots during the Skype log in operations.

No problems with Skype from my side.

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22nd April 2012, 03:39 PM |#6788  
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Currently I'm using the last nightly. It seems very stable and fast but I continue to have crashes and reboots during the Skype log in operations.

Have you got EXT3 or EXT4 partition installed on your sd card?

Thank you!!!
22nd April 2012, 03:55 PM |#6789  
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Currently I'm using the last nightly. It seems very stable and fast but I continue to have crashes and reboots during the Skype log in operations.

I know it's strange, but this happens to me when I use a .37 or .38 kernel OC'ed to more than 998mhz. Try using ManU for example, or just leaving the kernel frequency on its default value.
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22nd April 2012, 07:34 PM |#6790  
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Currently I'm using the last nightly. It seems very stable and fast but I continue to have crashes and reboots during the Skype log in operations.

Hi,
No problems with Skype on my Desire. I am on 7.2 nightly from 20.4.2012.

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22nd April 2012, 11:46 PM |#6791  
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Have you got EXT3 or EXT4 partition installed on your sd card?

Thank you!!!


Yes, I have but is a nice question about which one I use... I mean that I have my sd card partitioned via ClockworkMod Recovey as EXT3 but I enable S2E to mount the sd-ext as EXT4 without journaling...

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I know it's strange, but this happens to me when I use a .37 or .38 kernel OC'ed to more than 998mhz. Try using ManU for example, or just leaving the kernel frequency on its default value.

You are right, in fact I have the 2.6.37.6-cyanogenmod kernel (that is the one provided in that nightly build) and I have allowed the maximum frequency of the CPU to reach 1113 MHz. I use the Interactive Governor.

I followed your advice and I've set the maximum CPU frequency to 998 MHz and it works!
Thank you very much!

Also the official Skype forum is full of this issues...

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