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4th May 2012, 05:50 AM   |  #2031  
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Yeah so basically i had low space come on. Did datafix enable then the lag started. Figured id reverse it and did datafix disable but still lag. At least the low space stayed off....

Is there a folder or something to move/delete to go back to normal or is a rom reload the only way ?? Figured id ask before i go jack myself up. Thanks

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Yeah so basically i had low space come on. Did datafix enable then the lag started. Figured id reverse it and did datafix disable but still lag. At least the low space stayed off....

Is there a folder or something to move/delete to go back to normal or is a rom reload the only way ?? Figured id ask before i go jack myself up. Thanks

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Honestly I'm not sure. It would really come down to exactly what the script does and how cleanly it accomplishes that. Beyond that, I am officially speaking way above my pay grade.

My opinion is that a full device wipe (can even format everything but boot) never hurt things and can only make it better. Especially if you are having troubles with your partitions a full re-do and reconversion to mtd might be thebest way to go.

odin to eh03
reconvert to mtd using fixed cwm
wipe all the things
flash THS build 2
let it boot
wipe system data
flash m5 & gapps
calibrate battery

EDIT: I'd also run a cache cleaner like Cachecleaner NG nightly and once right now.
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4th May 2012, 06:08 AM   |  #2033  
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Yeah so basically i had low space come on. Did datafix enable then the lag started. Figured id reverse it and did datafix disable but still lag. At least the low space stayed off....

Is there a folder or something to move/delete to go back to normal or is a rom reload the only way ?? Figured id ask before i go jack myself up. Thanks

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If you truly did revert it then you can check to make sure there's no duplicates in the /datadata partition. (you can find it on the root of the phone) Otherwise you can either re-setup the symlinks in a terminal or re-flash the ROM.

I haven't actually used Steve and ssewks version of the script so I'm not really sure what options they're giving with it. Weird stuff can happen when you mess with the /datadata partition if you're not careful though. >.<

edit: Actually, you could run a "df" command in a terminal to see how much space is being used in the /datadata partition. If it's completely empty it either means the script did not run right in the first place, or the revert script really screwed stuff up.

And you've tried rebooting, right? That usually solves 99% of lag/issues and should probably be done after messing with that stuff.
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If you truly did revert it then you can check to make sure there's no duplicates in the /datadata partition. (you can find it on the root of the phone) Otherwise you can either re-setup the symlinks in a terminal or re-flash the ROM.

I haven't actually used Steve and ssewks version of the script so I'm not really sure what options they're giving with it. Weird stuff can happen when you mess with the /datadata partition if you're not careful though. >.<

Ok ill have to do a little research. When it comes to terminal and that stuff im still new to it. Basically got the low space error. Used the dayafix enable to get rid of it. Started lagging then tried dayafix disable. Apparently it disabled but didnt seem to fix lag. Ill look dome more online nd see if theres a quick fix before i wipe everything.

Thanks for ur help guys.

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Ok ill have to do a little research. When it comes to terminal and that stuff im still new to it. Basically got the low space error. Used the dayafix enable to get rid of it. Started lagging then tried dayafix disable. Apparently it disabled but didnt seem to fix lag. Ill look dome more online nd see if theres a quick fix before i wipe everything.

Thanks for ur help guys.

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lag is from the launcher...try turning off the resize any widget option and/or nova launcher. btw if your datadata is full then apps will force close not cause lag. also if you have a decently fast sd card(class 6+) then move all apps to sd...they load fast off of my class 10 anyway.
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lag is from the launcher...try turning off the resize any widget option and/or nova launcher. btw if your datadata is full then apps will force close not cause lag. also if you have a decently fast sd card(class 6+) then move all apps to sd...they load fast off of my class 10 anyway.

The lag in question would be caused from running the datafix script, which moves some app data to a slower partition. Also when the /datadata partition is near full performance takes a giant hit. (I have no data to back that up, just personal experience.)

Also I think a skunk just died outside my window, oh my god.
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The lag in question would be caused from running the datafix script, which moves some app data to a slower partition. Also when the /datadata partition is near full performance takes a giant hit. (I have no data to back that up, just personal experience.)

Also I think a skunk just died outside my window, oh my god.

Yeah thays wat im thinking cas it happened only after enabling datafix. Disabling datafix in terminal it did nothing and i cant find the option to disable the widget resizing so unless theres a quick fix ill probably just reload my rom. Thanks again

This is when i did "df". Not sure wat /datadata is but maybe this screen shot can tell you more. This is AFTER datafix disable.


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4th May 2012, 08:32 AM   |  #2038  
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Yeah thays wat im thinking cas it happened only after enabling datafix. Disabling datafix in terminal it did nothing and i cant find the option to disable the widget resizing so unless theres a quick fix ill probably just reload my rom. Thanks again

This is when i did "df". Not sure wat /datadata is but maybe this screen shot can tell you more. This is AFTER datafix disable.

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Hrm...I can't really tell because I don't know which script from here Steve is using in the ROM. If he used the one in the OP then I'd guess that it's still enabled, that would also explain the lag. Wendigogo has picked up development on the script, and he has made some extremely huge enhancements.

You might want to look through his posts for info about this, or maybe even try one of his stable scripts

Edit: Okay, here's a way to check wtf is is up with your data.

Type:
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su
find /data/data -type l
(That's a L, btw.)
This should show you all the symlinks on that partition. If there are none (or only a couple) I'm *pretty* sure that means the script is disabled.

Also try running this and make sure you get no (or only a few) results:
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su
find /datadata -type l
I think the older version of the script did things a bit differently and created symlinks in the /datadata partition, I could be wrong but I'm just being thorough...

If worst comes to worst the undo script didn't work right and you will have to wipe data/re-flash the ROM
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4th May 2012, 03:38 PM   |  #2039  
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Anyone remember the Google developer saying battery stats were a myth? I think we were trolled

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I think https://plus.google.com/105051985738...ts/FV3LVtdVxPT this is what you're looking for.
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What's the best, proper way to calibrate battery with M5?
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