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[NIGHTLY][ROM][4.0.4] CyanogenMod 9 for the Samsung Vibrant

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26th April 2012, 09:53 PM   |  #911  
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Okay, I've got results. I'm on the April's 18th nightly build, everything's clean n' wiped and as stock as it comes.

With sim card in, I got an average of around 70 percent good 911 calls.

Without sim card, I got an average of around 20 percent good 911 calls.

I've done around 12 and 12 calls on each case.

I've never had to shutdown the phone, or no signal after 911 call, or magic reboots just because the 911 call. Nothing of strange things, just the call didn't connect and I'd to call again normally with no waitings of any kind or another troubles.

I need radio logcats of the failures. Can you get one or two failures again and get me the radio logcat? You can download aLogcat from the Market and go into preferences and set buffer to radio, then get 911 to fail and then save the log and pm it to me.
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27th April 2012, 04:08 AM   |  #912  
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THE EMERGENCY TEST BUILD
As promised here's a build for testing.

Test rules
  1. You must wipe before flashing.
  2. You must not modify your phone in any way after flashing this build. (Kernels/build.prop mods/framework mods)
  3. You must follow the proper procedures as outlined below.
  4. You must send me a dumpstate (instructions below) if it fails, do that before trying again.
  5. Please state your carrier and rough location (i.e. United States) on your report.

Proper procedures for testing emergency dialing
  1. Find your PSAP (Public Safety Access Point) here
  2. Call the NON-EMERGENCY number for your PSAP.
  3. Schedule a 911 call with them.
  4. Call at the specified time
  5. If it succeeded, ask them if they received your location. If it fails, get me your dumpstate.

How to send me a dumpstate
Open the terminal emulator and run these commands:
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dumpstate > /sdcard/dumpstate.txt
The second command may take quite a bit, do not cancel it. Now PM me the dumpstate.txt file from your sd card. (Don't post it here)

I HAVE READ THIS ENTIRE POST TWICE AND I WILL PROVIDE A DUMPSTATE IMMEDIATELY IF A CALL FAILS
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27th April 2012, 04:26 AM   |  #913  
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THE EMERGENCY TEST BUILD
As promised here's a build for testing.

Test rules

  1. You must not modify your phone in any way after flashing this build. (Kernels/build.prop mods/framework mods)
  2. You must follow the proper procedures as outlined below.
  3. You must send me a dumpstate (instructions below) if it fails, do that before trying again.

Proper procedures for testing emergency dialing
  1. Find your PSAP (Public Safety Access Point) here
  2. Call the NON-EMERGENCY number for your PSAP.
  3. Schedule a 911 call with them.
  4. Call at the specified time
  5. If it succeeded, ask them if they received your location. If it fails, get me your dumpstate.

How to send me a dumpstate
Open the terminal emulator and run these commands:
Code:
su
dumpstate > /sdcard/dumpstate.txt
The second command may take quite a bit, do not cancel it. Now PM me the dumpstate.txt file from your sd card.

I HAVE READ THIS ENTIRE POST TWICE AND I WILL PROVIDE A DUMPSTATE IMMEDIATELY IF A CALL FAILS

Thanks, I will certainly do a test before the weekend is up.

I have a couple of questions. Do we need to do a wipe before flashing the test build? Also do you want reports of successful tests or just failures (with dumpstats)?

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27th April 2012, 04:31 AM   |  #914  
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Thanks, I will certainly do a test before the weekend is up.

I have a couple of questions. Do we need to do a wipe before flashing the test build? Also do you want reports of successful tests or just failures (with dumpstats)?

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Yes, wipe, and yes tell me about all tests, just only provide dumpstate's when something goes wrong. (i.e. if the test fails, send me the dumpstate, then you can try again)
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27th April 2012, 05:08 AM   |  #915  
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Is there anyone having headphone problem? mine is on 04/08
it doesn't produce sound just weird static noise


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I need radio logcats of the failures. Can you get one or two failures again and get me the radio logcat? You can download aLogcat from the Market and go into preferences and set buffer to radio, then get 911 to fail and then save the log and pm it to me.

I'll get you these, and also, dumpstates. Give me a couple days, I'll post lotta more than one result ;)
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Does it show the headphones are plugged in?
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I'll get you these, and also, dumpstates. Give me a couple days, I'll post lotta more than one result ;)

Thanks. Make sure to do it on a nightly and not the test build, so I can take a look at the failures.
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27th April 2012, 12:59 PM   |  #919  
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Does it show the headphones are plugged in?

I don't thin it did at all. looks to me like it's a physical problem rather than the rom it self. I might be able to try another rom to confirm this


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Is there anyone having headphone problem? mine is on 04/08
it doesn't produce sound just weird static noise


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Yes, and its annoying. I've never had this issue on stock

Vibrant
CM 9 4/23
Icy Glitch v14N6


Example:
http://yourlisten.com/channel/conten...n=blv1bikkfv28

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