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[21 JUN 2012] DORIMANX ICS Kernel 7.3 Linux 2.6.32.59 OC 96/1.62 CFS and OC Stable!

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21st May 2012, 05:34 PM |#4631  
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Dorimanx aby chance of 7.1 HWA for experimental use with Nuke 2.3????

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21st May 2012, 08:06 PM |#4632  
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Since 6.3 will not boot / start
Hello dorimanx
your work are great )
But since version 6.3 it will not boot myMiui
I have yet myMiui v14 with Dorimanx 6.0 .
But since the version 6.0 has changed a lot .

I have already run Task29 and take the partition as it says in the instruction.
SD-Card is formated .

I hope you can help me
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21st May 2012, 08:42 PM |#4633  
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Hello dorimanx
your work are great )
But since version 6.3 it will not boot myMiui
I have yet myMiui v14 with Dorimanx 6.0 .
But since the version 6.0 has changed a lot .

I have already run Task29 and take the partition as it says in the instruction.
SD-Card is formated .

I hope you can help me

You should try installing a clean version of myMIUI without a SIM card and with a cleanly formatted SDCard (preferably a new card / one that certainly works).

Also make sure you have the right HSPL and Radio installed. For more information you can read the first post on the myMIUI thread, available by clicking my signature.
22nd May 2012, 02:10 AM |#4634  
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about wifi problem
@Dorimanx

about wifi problem,
I found that, if I activate the wifi from the program Tasker, everything works fine, however if activated from the settings page, does not detect wifi networks.

kernel 7.1
rom 3.1.6.2 + system 3.1.8
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22nd May 2012, 08:13 AM |#4635  
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You should try installing a clean version of myMIUI without a SIM card and with a cleanly formatted SDCard (preferably a new card / one that certainly works).

Also make sure you have the right HSPL and Radio installed. For more information you can read the first post on the myMIUI thread, available by clicking my signature.

Yes that is not my first android on the HD2 .
I have yesterday do a clean installing without SIM Card and formatted SD Card!
I have also flashed back to WinMo 6.5 and flash again HSPL 2.08, lastest Radio and lastest Recovery.

But nothing.
At the first boot it stuck on GoGoGo.
Then I had to take out the battery and start again.
The second time it boot to the dorimanx.kernel picture and stuck there.
I have 15 min wait but nothing .
Then I flashed the Kernel 6.0 and it works. After 5 min android is started .

I have read about Bad Blocks in Nand
Is that my problem ?
I have tried to search the bad block but when I type "info 8" in the console it dont write the informations .
So I dont know if I have Bad Blocks ...
22nd May 2012, 10:45 AM |#4636  
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Yes that is not my first android on the HD2 .
I have yesterday do a clean installing without SIM Card and formatted SD Card!
I have also flashed back to WinMo 6.5 and flash again HSPL 2.08, lastest Radio and lastest Recovery.

But nothing.
At the first boot it stuck on GoGoGo.
Then I had to take out the battery and start again.
The second time it boot to the dorimanx.kernel picture and stuck there.
I have 15 min wait but nothing .
Then I flashed the Kernel 6.0 and it works. After 5 min android is started .

I have read about Bad Blocks in Nand
Is that my problem ?
I have tried to search the bad block but when I type "info 8" in the console it dont write the informations .
So I dont know if I have Bad Blocks ...

Could you attach the recovery.log from the CWR session so we can examine that?
22nd May 2012, 11:38 AM |#4637  
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Could you attach the recovery.log from the CWR session so we can examine that?

Here the recovery.log
I don't understand what is there standing .
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22nd May 2012, 12:09 PM |#4638  
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Here the recovery.log
I don't understand what is there standing .

I meant the log after you've installed the ROM, the one you've attached is clean...
22nd May 2012, 12:27 PM |#4639  
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I meant the log after you've installed the ROM, the one you've attached is clean...

I have the log file after the installation and after booting in the zip .
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22nd May 2012, 01:34 PM |#4640  
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I have the log file after the installation and after booting in the zip .

After the installation, but before you quit the AROMA Installer (final reboot dialog) do the following in a cmd line:

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adb pull /tmp/aroma/.install.log c:/aroma-install.log
alternatively if you don't know how to use adb, you can use the "save log" option after the installation have completed in the installer dialog.
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After the installation, but before you quit the AROMA Installer (final reboot dialog) do the following in a cmd line:

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adb pull /tmp/aroma/.install.log c:/aroma-install.log
alternatively if you don't know how to use adb, you can use the "save log" option after the installation have completed in the installer dialog.

I dont know how to use adb.
But I use the save log.

I hope this is right one .
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