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[ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions

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13th February 2013, 12:26 AM |#961  
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The person that tests HDMI for me has had no issues; last time he ran a test for me (few weeks ago).
 
 
13th February 2013, 12:57 AM |#962  
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ok great i think i just fixed the HDMI issue by messing with the power source..
does this rom support voice calling? as i currently have that set up on my stock ICS and i dont want to loose that function, but would like to leave stock but up till know i can only get voice calling working in stock.
13th February 2013, 11:47 AM |#963  
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ok great i think i just fixed the HDMI issue by messing with the power source..
does this rom support voice calling? as i currently have that set up on my stock ICS and i dont want to loose that function, but would like to leave stock but up till know i can only get voice calling working in stock.

Post number 3 of this thread has your answer.

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Can I enable Voice Calling on my tablet?
At this time, the framework has the hook enabled to allow for users to work on the feature. IT IS 100% UNSUPPORTED at this time because it requires you to flash modems which is a deviation from the recommended setup.

13th February 2013, 01:29 PM |#964  
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Does anyone know why whenever I install polarisoffice-ICS-cwm.zip using ROM manager, my Gallery app disappears?

Maybe there is something in the zip that breaks it? Eg more than the apk and the lib?

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13th February 2013, 01:59 PM |#965  
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Does this rom have the Hdmi flicker issue? or does the pershoot boot-loader fix that? or if a fix is available could some one kindly point me in the right direction, thanks in advance for any help.

Having tested ... it it does hqve that problem.

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The person that tests HDMI for me has had no issues; last time he ran a test for me (few weeks ago).

Pershoot.... I'd be happy to contribute of you want although I will say I'm just using the basic builds and not changing the kernal.

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13th February 2013, 02:47 PM |#966  
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Having tested ... it it does hqve that problem.

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Pershoot.... I'd be happy to contribute of you want although I will say I'm just using the basic builds and not changing the kernal.

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Ok this is what I thought, i have flashed quite a few roms in hope to solve this HDMI flicker issue, CM10.1 unofficial, Paranoid android, and Aopk unofficial all which result in the same, i was also unable to get voice calling working in any of these roms, so iv reverted back to ICS stock with voice calls, but still got this annoying HDMI flicker and sound clips that happen now and again, the resolution is also 1024 * 800 so it does not fit my TV correctly, id prefer to have a 1024*720 resolution which i notice Mx player and Bsplayer both auto push video to this resolution but its would be nice if the whole android experience could be displayed in full screen.

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I found this information on while researching the issue on the s2 forum and found it interesting, and am wondering if something like this could be implemented into a P7500 rom??

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Hello,

I have done some testing that I think you might find some of my results interesting.
I applied your build.prop setting and they did get rid of the home screen and gallery flicker problems for me. But, I was still seeing stuttering while playing videos and those problems were amplified playing a video while connected to tv with mhl/hdmi. Which of course this bothered me.
It make me think of the build.prop. Then I remembered something.
A change was made to: debug.composition.type...from dyn to cpu or gpu.
if you look a little further down in the build.prop list you will find an entry for "dev.pm.dyn_samplingrate" with value set to "1"
So, when the debug.composition.type was "dyn" it had a sampling rate. But when the debug.composition.type is changed to "cpu" or "gpu" it isn't assigned a sampling rate.

Needless to say I decided to give them a sampling rate. I added and used both "dev.pm.cpu_samplingrate" and "dev.pm.gpu_samplingrate" with values of "1" and "2" for each.

Results. Video playback is stutter free on device and when plugged into tv thru mhl/hdmi the stutter and flicker where completely gone. Also, I swear the graphic speed is lightning fast and apps open faster. I really do believe it has improved the over all graphics speed on the device. Test for yourself and see what you think.

My best result were
debug.composition.type=gpu
debug.egl.hw=1
debug.mdpcomp.maxlayer=0
debug.sf.hw=1
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"dev.pm.gpu_samplingrate=1"

Edit: forgot to mention. I am running R4INS AOKP Sept 26Th build with stock kernel. No performance changes. No ability to disable dithering.

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13th February 2013, 03:36 PM |#967  
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Ok this is what I thought, i have flashed quite a few roms in hope to solve this HDMI flicker issue, CM10.1 unofficial, Paranoid android, and Aopk unofficial all which result in the same, i was also unable to get voice calling working in any of these roms, so iv reverted back to ICS stock with voice calls, but still got this annoying HDMI flicker and sound clips that happen now and again, the resolution is also 1024 * 800 so it does not fit my TV correctly, id prefer to have a 1024*720 resolution which i notice Mx player and Bsplayer both auto push video to this resolution but its would be nice if the whole android experience could be displayed in full screen.

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I found this information on while researching the issue on the s2 forum and found it interesting, and am wondering if something like this could be implemented into a P7500 rom??

I'd love it to work but I believe the root cause was the adaptor trying to use deep colour when the screen does not support it rather than resolution.

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13th February 2013, 03:57 PM |#968  
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I'd love it to work but I believe the root cause was the adaptor trying to use deep colour when the screen does not support it rather than resolution.

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Is there no way to disable deep color? and if so does this fix the issue? I cant remember if that was a option in the CM development options, but i did read something about disabling that somewhere, any more information on this?

i have the Samsung galaxy plus also and it uses the same adapter with no issues and to the correct resolution of 1024*720
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13th February 2013, 10:55 PM |#969  
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Does the new kernal bring back usb charging? Instead of using the samsung adapter

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14th February 2013, 12:10 AM |#970  
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Does the new kernal bring back usb charging? Instead of using the samsung adapter

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?? I've always had USB charging with pershoot's kernel. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...t=usb+charging
14th February 2013, 12:39 AM |#971  
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Just read the how to. I never had to use script manager.. must of been a diff kernal. Ill give it a shot thanks.
Oh another thing taks new kernal can i flash it with rom manager?

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