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I removed the 27th build, it was totally crap.


Currently I'm using my build from the 25th which is fine.
Yeah, I think I fudged the local repo sync's
Should be fixed now though.

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How about updated kernel with latest faux changes
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9441929/3.0....8c1d-dirty.zip (md5 09796e23cc8f17a4b7fa4209f2525e02)

- based on vorbeth/htc-kernel-msm8660
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How do you flash this kernel without formatting the partitions (which buggers up this rom?)

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Work is being done on another kernel, away from the HTC base.

I am working on the device tree today, then later will compile and get myself rooted again.

Not had a shutdown in 4 days now, seems partitioning the sdcard solved it for me.

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How do you flash this kernel without formatting the partitions (which buggers up this rom?)
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I removed the 27th build, it was totally crap.


Currently I'm using my build from the 25th which is fine.
mfw I'm using the 27th build and wondering why things just aren't... right.
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I feel foolish asking this, but I'm having a devil of a time getting OpenSensation to recognize that I have any ringtones/alarms/notifications or mp3s on my sd card. The music players tell me there isn't any music and the OS itself doesn't see the various ringers despite having tried variations on the proper locations (/media, /audio, /ringtones or /alarms or /notifications).

Is this a bug in the OS or is there some media scanner (or other mechanism) that I'm missing?


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I feel foolish asking this, but I'm having a devil of a time getting OpenSensation to recognize that I have any ringtones/alarms/notifications or mp3s on my sd card. The music players tell me there isn't any music and the OS itself doesn't see the various ringers despite having tried variations on the proper locations (/media, /audio, /ringtones or /alarms or /notifications).

Is this a bug in the OS or is there some media scanner (or other mechanism) that I'm missing?


The ROM is otherwise amazing and I am glad its out there! Thank you..

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Im using GoSMS and when i want to select a ringtone a.popup comes in where i can choose GOSMS and so i an able to choose ringtones that are on sd card. Strange but true

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Im using GoSMS and when i want to select a ringtone a.popup comes in where i can choose GOSMS and so i an able to choose ringtones that are on sd card. Strange but true

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GoSMS is a great app, but this problem seems to be more universal for me.
 
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GoSMS is a great app, but this problem seems to be more universal for me.
Have you tried pushing the ringtones to your system instead of having them on the SD card? Thats what I've been doing since the good old G1 days and its much more hassle free than any other method of hide and seek on the SD card (trust me, you're not the first one to have the "where the #$^%& are my ringtones" problem with a rom).

Not sure if the commands would be the same on ICS because of the formatting and such, but generally here's the steps I use:
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1. Gather all of your ringtones into a folder like C:\androidtones and then separate them into separate subfolders, with one being "ringtones" and one being "notifications". I think what goes where is obvious.
2. Make sure you have adb properly set up on your computer.
3. connect your phone and open a command prompt
4. run adb shell and if you get the $ prompt, type SU and hit enter. your phone *may* ask for superuser permissions at this point, you need to grant them.
5. type the following line and enter:
mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system
6. exit adb shell
7. once back at the command prompt, type the following (wait for each to finish, obviously):
adb push C:\androidtones\ringtones /system/media/audio/ringtones
adb push C:\androidtones\notifications /system/media/audio/notifications
8. Once the transfers finish, reboot your phone (can be done through command prompt with "adb reboot" or you can manually reboot it, either way.
9. Go into your system settings once booted up and scroll through your default ringtones, you'll notice that everything you pushed is now in the list!

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