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[KERNEL] Semaphore ICS 1.3.0

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27th June 2012, 12:04 PM |#5691  
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stratosk This is wierd . But it doesn't seem kernel's issue to me.

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27th June 2012, 12:22 PM |#5692  
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Isn't that just a full /datadata?

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27th June 2012, 01:47 PM |#5693  
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Isn't that just a full /datadata?

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Of course.
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I have never understood why Nightly-flasher are so much waiting for RC's. It's a good sign things are progressing, but I don't think it is that "special".



Boot splash can only be changed before compiling the kernel, so to change your own boot splash you have to compile your own kernel.

Isnt there any other way?
27th June 2012, 03:49 PM |#5695  
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Isnt there any other way?

No, there isn't.
Is the current one that bad?
27th June 2012, 04:08 PM |#5696  
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Of course.

So can I normaly wipe them in cwm? Thx - i never do that...
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27th June 2012, 04:12 PM |#5697  
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So can I normaly wipe them in cwm? Thx - i never do that...
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Use disk usage to see which caches are bloated in datadata, and then just clear them in app manager

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27th June 2012, 04:13 PM |#5698  
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Better look here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=26375859

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So can I normaly wipe them in cwm? Thx - i never do that...
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I won't do this if I were you,you'll probably ended forced to wipe all data (factory reset) after to regain stability.Better search on the datafix side and for the moment just check what's happening in your datadata folder/partition.
If indeed it's full (should be) try to get kind of cache cleaner app on market or clear data of certains apps in your rom's settings.
It will give you time to study quietly the datafixes workarounds.
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Phone rebooted into recovery on its own. Following settings:

OC 1140
Governor Save Battery
Smooth UI
Lock Min Scaling Frequency
Scheduler Simple I/O
DeepIdle
Bigmem
Auto Brightness Dark
Vibrator Minimum
SD Card Read Ahead 256Kb-64Kb

Have now changed the governor to OnDemand, see how it goes. Anyway its a great kernel Stratosk, using it with Slim ICS 4.01.

I had the same settings except didle and also rebooted into recovery.
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