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[ROM][JDQ39E][AOSP][LINARO][SM-TOOLCHAIN-4.9.0] 4.2.2 SaberMod - RC4

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17th February 2013, 02:52 AM |#981  
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Re: [ROM][JDQ39][AOSP][LINARO] 4.2.2 SaberMod - Updated 02/15/13
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I am on the latest build and when I wake the device from deep sleep it doesn't turn on . I have to press the power button many times to turn the device on

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17th February 2013, 02:53 AM |#982  
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Can you not read???
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Re: [ROM][JDQ39][AOSP][LINARO] 4.2.2 SaberMod - Updated 02/15/13
The ROM defaults to cfq and userspace - I was surprised to see userspace as the default and was curious as to why...?

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17th February 2013, 02:58 AM |#984  
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Can you not read???

lol, hey sparksco, remember you from the hero or evo 4g days, good stuff here. thanks for the hard work and chuckles.
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17th February 2013, 03:01 AM |#985  
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You guys really should go back and read the last two pages... All of your questions will be answered. You'd be amazed at what a little reading can do for you...

Here's a test kernel I haven't had time to test it.

Three major changes to the kernel:

General bug fixes
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...8d276ba8b10393

Userspace fixups
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...5a612398de1af7

Cpufrequency fixups
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...5eec793214a0f1
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New kernel installed, but wake issue persists... Jf

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17th February 2013, 04:07 AM |#987  
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New kernel installed, but wake issue persists... Jf

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Was the 02/15 build that way too?

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You guys really should go back and read the last two pages... All of your questions will be answered. You'd be amazed at what a little reading can do for you...

Here's a test kernel I haven't had time to test it.

Three major changes to the kernel:

General bug fixes
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...8d276ba8b10393

Userspace fixups
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...5a612398de1af7

Cpufrequency fixups
https://github.com/SaberMod/Kernel-G...5eec793214a0f1

This fixes my battery drain issues I was having before.
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02/15? I went from 02/10 to 02/16 - - just checked the GOO files you have posted that is still what's there... If 02/15 was up for a while I missed it, sorry. Jf

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Re: [ROM][JDQ39][AOSP][LINARO] 4.2.2 SaberMod - Updated 02/15/13
0215 had some problems. I ended up reinstalling 0210. My first 0210 boot attempt bootlooped, so I did a system reset. (A nandroid backup was not made; I had to do a reinstallation. It was a 'dirty' reinstall, but was salvageable thanks to a reset followed by Ti restore.)

You lucked out by missing it. I'm going to wait a bit before jumping back in to update.
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I kind of thought the same thing when I switched from 02/10 to 02/15 that wiping might help solve me screen wake issue but it didn't.
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Just a little heads up on the latest ROM I'm going to also upload to goomanager. If your using adb for anything you have to update you SDK to the latest version because I've enabled that nifty little USB authentication feature. When you first plug in your device after updating your SDK you'll be greeted with a message asking if you want to allow that computer access to adb. If you select no I'm not sure if it will ever ask you again for that computer, so use with extreme caution. Apparently this is a new feature so that if your device was ever stolen (god forbid), or any other type of unauthorized access were attempted, it will not allow pulls or pushes with adb so that way the person can not access your personal data. This will only work if you have something like a lockscreen pattern or face unlock so the person can not allow access to their computer. In recovery I'm sure this can be bypassed but most people aren't aware of that so I don't think that's a major concern.

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using android-sdk r21.1-1, last one, I ned to :

$adb server-kill
$adb server-restart

before I connect my device after a reboot of my machine. adb is started as a service at boot, so I guess it is the reason why.

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