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[ROM][07.05.12] SRKI's AOKP Beta 3 - Milestone 5 [Fast|Batterylife|BT|wifi|init.d]

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10th May 2012, 08:18 PM   |  #121  
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When running option 21: should we pick Nullify or Un-nullify?

Also, is this needed if we flash the OOM script Srkineo provided in the downloads section?

It used to be that you could do everything with the supercharger script and you didn't need that OOM-priority zip. But in ICS things are more difficult. If you just flash the patch in the OP you should reach 50% supercharged. This adjusts the out of memory groupings and makes the launcher very stable in memory (so no launcher redraws). You get another 50% by adjusting the minfree values. The two pieces together tries to make sure that you always have some free memory and that the you clean out "inactive" processes more intelligently. The more aggressive you are in the minfree settinds (super is most aggressive) the fewer lags you should see in a single program (playing a game for example) but you may have issues keeping a lot of apps open at the same time.

For the nitro lag nullifier (#21) you want to nullify (N).

Even if after all this you still have lags, you can set up the engine flush script to run every few hours using a task scheduler like cron or tasker. This script is part of the supercharger script and it will try and free up as much memory as possible, including clearing out the cache.
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10th May 2012, 08:22 PM   |  #122  
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I have a problem with call, when i'm taking with someone it's so quiet, when i'm in work i don't hear him, any suggests?

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10th May 2012, 10:14 PM   |  #123  
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well it not entirely new that the kernel did support it (ive been talking to sirkay in his kernel thread). So yeh, its good news that its only a software problem^^

Im currently working on getting a working port of ICS SEMC camera(and FM-radio) from SE's official update. Its been ported to AOSP before (arc&neo).. so im hoping those ports work on Ray^^ talking to those dev's now



And with the flashable zip in OP?
Im sorry but what exactly means "OP", and btw i dont see any zip file


the zip in OP does not need anything else. No apps etc (why I like it, no extra overhead).

Ok i found what is OP
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11th May 2012, 12:28 AM   |  #124  
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It used to be that you could do everything with the supercharger script and you didn't need that OOM-priority zip. But in ICS things are more difficult. If you just flash the patch in the OP you should reach 50% supercharged. This adjusts the out of memory groupings and makes the launcher very stable in memory (so no launcher redraws). You get another 50% by adjusting the minfree values. The two pieces together tries to make sure that you always have some free memory and that the you clean out "inactive" processes more intelligently. The more aggressive you are in the minfree settinds (super is most aggressive) the fewer lags you should see in a single program (playing a game for example) but you may have issues keeping a lot of apps open at the same time.

For the nitro lag nullifier (#21) you want to nullify (N).

Even if after all this you still have lags, you can set up the engine flush script to run every few hours using a task scheduler like cron or tasker. This script is part of the supercharger script and it will try and free up as much memory as possible, including clearing out the cache.

So I flashed the oop script add-on and ran supercharger options you recommended.

How can I confirm my supercharge script works?
11th May 2012, 12:57 AM   |  #125  
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I contacted FXP team, and they themselves dont have copies of old releases anymore.. do you still have a flashable rom of theirs where BT worked for you? im pritty sure I could make you a fix if you could upload it somewhere.

Srkineo,
I am also an owner of x10 mini and still flash and play with it.
there are 2 great developers there, nobodyAtall and stelios97, both have working BT audio. may be you can reach out to them and they can point you in the right direction on fixing the BT problem.

nobodyAtall cm9 based rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1629334

stelios97 AOKP rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1562915
11th May 2012, 02:47 AM   |  #126  
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hey, your rom got a review in czech! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbuvIBwmaEk
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11th May 2012, 05:32 AM   |  #127  
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So I flashed the oop script add-on and ran supercharger options you recommended.

How can I confirm my supercharge script works?

The script will tell you....run the script, first it will make sure you have a good version of busybox and some other stuff....then it will ask you to hit enter and a whole bunch of stuff will show up on the screen. Scroll up and you will see the which parts of the script are working and which are not.....

I am not sure that there is an official benchmark, but things should open up faster and some window flings will be snappier (for example in the Titanium Backup and Restore window).


@semeq: OP could either be the first post in a thread (original post) or the person who started the thread (original poster).
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11th May 2012, 05:37 AM   |  #128  
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ahh forgot to mention. AOKP for neo said they had video record using my kernel if am not mistaken. check it out kormatoes thread, mayb u found something useful

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owh yeh right, I forgot about that.. do you mean this kernel? (ok wanted to make 'this' a link.... searching for the post) >> PM'd kormatoes about it

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Ok i found what is OP

OP is firstpost the start of the thread

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The script will tell you....run the script, first it will make sure you have a good version of busybox and some other stuff....then it will ask you to hit enter and a whole bunch of stuff will show up on the screen. Scroll up and you will see the which parts of the script are working and which are not.....

I am not sure that there is an official benchmark, but things should open up faster and some window flings will be snappier (for example in the Titanium Backup and Restore window).


@semeq: OP could either be the first post in a thread (original post) or the person who started the thread (original poster).

benchmarks like quadrant dont show difference.. but supercharging works with chaning oom values of apps (basicly decision to kill or not kill an app to free memory). But somehow it makes stuff more fluid.. would make sense that if memory is already free (or never KILLED, low OOM value) the device doesnt need time to delete stuff then put new stuff it.. you can start by putting in = efficient.

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Srkineo,
I am also an owner of x10 mini and still flash and play with it.
there are 2 great developers there, nobodyAtall and stelios97, both have working BT audio. may be you can reach out to them and they can point you in the right direction on fixing the BT problem.

nobodyAtall cm9 based rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1629334

stelios97 AOKP rom
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1562915

BRILLIANT!! 2nd post gives me idea to fix bluetooth A2dp and wpa-supplicants (wifi tether) too!

[edit]ok, the guy that made that ROM is really really skilled... couldnt get radio working from it.. nor camera.. bluetooth is next.. gonna ask him some tips thought[/edit]

@mydegeneration, lawls.. thats kinda cool

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experimental bluetooth patch.zip << before flashing, CWM backup.. its created from files @ MiniCM9-3.0.1 (file is attached)
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11th May 2012, 09:57 AM   |  #129  
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owh yeh right, I forgot about that.. do you mean this kernel? (ok wanted to make 'this' a link.... searching for the post) >> PM'd kormatoes about it



OP is firstpost the start of the thread



benchmarks like quadrant dont show difference.. but supercharging works with chaning oom values of apps (basicly decision to kill or not kill an app to free memory). But somehow it makes stuff more fluid.. would make sense that if memory is already free (or never KILLED, low OOM value) the device doesnt need time to delete stuff then put new stuff it.. you can start by putting in = efficient.



BRILLIANT!! 2nd post gives me idea to fix bluetooth A2dp and wpa-supplicants (wifi tether) too!

[edit]ok, the guy that made that ROM is really really skilled... couldnt get radio working from it.. nor camera.. bluetooth is next.. gonna ask him some tips thought[/edit]

@mydegeneration, lawls.. thats kinda cool

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experimental bluetooth patch.zip << before flashing, CWM backup.. its created from files @ MiniCM9-3.0.1 (file is attached)
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Experimental patch does not work at all. Nothing changed. Sadness....
11th May 2012, 10:11 AM   |  #130  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Srkineo

owh yeh right, I forgot about that.. do you mean this kernel? (ok wanted to make 'this' a link.... searching for the post) >> PM'd kormatoes about it



OP is firstpost the start of the thread



benchmarks like quadrant dont show difference.. but supercharging works with chaning oom values of apps (basicly decision to kill or not kill an app to free memory). But somehow it makes stuff more fluid.. would make sense that if memory is already free (or never KILLED, low OOM value) the device doesnt need time to delete stuff then put new stuff it.. you can start by putting in = efficient.



BRILLIANT!! 2nd post gives me idea to fix bluetooth A2dp and wpa-supplicants (wifi tether) too!

[edit]ok, the guy that made that ROM is really really skilled... couldnt get radio working from it.. nor camera.. bluetooth is next.. gonna ask him some tips thought[/edit]

@mydegeneration, lawls.. thats kinda cool

******************************
experimental bluetooth patch.zip << before flashing, CWM backup.. its created from files @ MiniCM9-3.0.1 (file is attached)
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can it work to sony 2011 devices? X10 mini is kinda old. driver might be different. maybe you can ask stellios and naA how to get bluetooth work with correct device driver

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