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8th September 2011, 04:56 PM |#31  
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Anyone know of a 3rd party, app style download that I could get the notification bar toggle switches with?? I know its something to do with the framework, just wondered if there was an easy way of getting it on a 'clean' rom.

Same goes for the reboot menu? Just lazy but I quite like selecting recovery from that menu and putting the phone back down and waiting!
 
 
8th September 2011, 05:09 PM |#32  
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Anyone know of a 3rd party, app style download that I could get the notification bar toggle switches with?? I know its something to do with the framework, just wondered if there was an easy way of getting it on a 'clean' rom.

Same goes for the reboot menu? Just lazy but I quite like selecting recovery from that menu and putting the phone back down and waiting!

There is a way to get the reboot to recovery from the system. It requires the framework-res.apk to be decompiled. Click this for a tutorial on how to do it your self.
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8th September 2011, 05:24 PM |#33  
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Really nice work! Keep it up, hoping really good performance with this ROM. Does Camera record in MP4? Have you improvised camera, I mean do all the Camera features like brightness and night mode work? I know it's foolish to ask about it so early. I'm hoping better battery life with this ROM.
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There is a way to get the reboot to recovery from the system. It requires the framework-res.apk to be decompiled. Click this for a tutorial on how to do it your self.

WOW. I think I'll pass on that one, dont mind trying new stuff, but that looks a looong arse set of instructions, thus more areas for me to fail! Cheers anyway.
8th September 2011, 05:35 PM |#35  
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To fix the issue it is reccomended you use the Mur4ik System + Data partition resizer Here

The system image is 125mb. When using partitioner select 150 for system. That gives 234mb for the data partion.




mikegapinski you are very welcome for my help

Cheers for this - tho on further inspection I used the Mur4ik's 234MB DATA KDZ previously, so am not sure I'll benefit will I??? I thought once you'd used that, you'd not need to repartition regardless of what rom you'd put on..

Apologies for lack of understanding if that's the case, I'm quite 'noob' in this enviroment.
8th September 2011, 05:43 PM |#36  
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@mikegapinski

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Really nice work! Keep it up, hoping really good performance with this ROM. Does Camera record in MP4? Have you improvised camera, I mean do all the Camera features like brightness and night mode work? I know it's foolish to ask about it so early. I'm hoping better battery life with this ROM.

Camera records in mp4 ... stuff like exposure(donno how to say that in english, in Polish it's korekcja ekspozycji) and others works also Battery life is the same as on pcfighter aosp 2.2.2

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There is a way to get the reboot to recovery from the system. It requires the framework-res.apk to be decompiled. Click this for a tutorial on how to do it your self.

Thanks for that Will include it in next version with my kernel Hope to realise it this night...
8th September 2011, 05:46 PM |#37  
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Последовательность действий:
Установил весь нужный софт
Отправил телефон на перезагрузку
Телефон доходит до сплеша с Android и виснет
Сделал вайп, снова до сплеша и виснет =(

PS Не мог бы ты сделать версию для установки через fastboot?
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Set all the necessary software
Sent phone to reboot
Phone comes to splash with Android and freeze
Did wipe again to splash and freeze = (

PS Can you make version for fastboot installing?
8th September 2011, 05:53 PM |#38  
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Последовательность действий:
Установил весь нужный софт
Отправил телефон на перезагрузку
Телефон доходит до сплеша с Android и виснет
Сделал вайп, снова до сплеша и виснет =(

PS Не мог бы ты сделать версию для установки через fastboot?
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Steps:
Set all the necessary software
Sent phone to reboot
Phone comes to splash with Android and freeze
Did wipe again to splash and freeze = (

PS Can you make version for fastboot installing?

@up v2 will be for fastboot and new reco
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8th September 2011, 06:25 PM |#39  
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Most of us think this ROM eats lot of space and we're left with only 174 MB free. In Swiftdroid, dalvik-cache of system apps was placed in /cache/dalvik-cache partition and for the rest of the apps it was in /data/dalvik-cache. SO, if mikegapinski could make such similar arrangements so that the data partition is freed a bit, i mean, if you could move the dalvik-cache for SYSTEM APPS ONLY to /cache. It would save the precious 50 MB !
8th September 2011, 06:59 PM |#40  
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Great ROM! I love it!
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