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[COMMIT] [AOSP] JustArchi's ArchiDroid Optimizations - Increases performance up to 6x

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25th November 2014, 06:31 PM   |  #931  
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That's where they go.

Thanks.
Just tried adding those props.. But computer is unauthorized and so I can't do any debugging..
Is there a way to bypass this limitation? (I'm willing to compile a new kernel if I have to.)
25th November 2014, 08:26 PM   |  #932  
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Originally Posted by WhiteNeo

Thanks.
Just tried adding those props.. But computer is unauthorized and so I can't do any debugging..
Is there a way to bypass this limitation? (I'm willing to compile a new kernel if I have to.)

AFAIK you need adb insecure to do that.

Personally, if I can't access ADB but kernel is booting, I make an init.d script:

/system/etc/init.d/00_DEBUG
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#!/system/bin/sh
logcat > /data/logcat.txt &
exit 0

Then wait a minute, reboot back to recovery, and copy your file.
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AFAIK you need adb insecure to do that.

Personally, if I can't access ADB but kernel is booting, I make an init.d script:

/system/etc/init.d/00_DEBUG


Then wait a minute, reboot back to recovery, and copy your file.

Great script! Tried this myself but it didn't work unfortunately.

However, I've found out that if you copy the /data/misc/adb/adb_keys file from a working and authorized rom to your bootlooping rom zip and add some lines to the updater-script to make it install, adb works flawlessly afterwards.

Was able to grab a log of my bootloop now.. Any opinions or ideas?

Code:
E/rmt_storage( 2039): Unable to change dir
E/rmt_storage( 2039): Failed in getting the physical address for shared mem
I/ServiceManager(  730): Waiting for service media.audio_policy...
W/AudioSystem(  730): AudioPolicyService not published, waiting...
I/ServiceManager(  730): Waiting for service media.audio_policy...
I/ServiceManager(  730): Waiting for service media.audio_policy...
EDIT: Just to clarify, "Waiting for service media.audio_policy..." is the problem.. I've tried removing rmt_storage binary, but the bootloop persisted. So Audio Policy is the reason.
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