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you know now that i think about it It may have been included in a supercharger script i ran...i thought it was all the apps i removed and the clearing of the cache that stopped the FC issues and it was going to come back...


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you know now that i think about it It may have been included in a supercharger script i ran...i thought it was all the apps i removed and the clearing of the cache that stopped the FC issues and it was going to come back...

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Which of Ricks extended settings works best with 2.1.6? Is there any other way of getting rid of the carrier logo?

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Which of Ricks extended settings works best with 2.1.6? Is there any other way of getting rid of the carrier logo?

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I am using ES for 1.12.9 on the MIUI rom 2.1.6 and I dont have the carrier logo showing.

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For anyone experiencing constant Force Close errors, this may be caused by a filled /datadata partition.

Symptoms: Constant Force Closes

Verification: Access a command line (Terminal Emulator, ConnectBot, SSHd, etc) and run the following commands:
  1. Gain root, if you don't have it already:
    Code:
    su
  2. Run the following command to check the /data/data path.
    Code:
    ls -lha /data/data | grep data
  3. If the above line has a d instead of an l for the first character, and/or the end of the line doesn't indicate a link pointing to /datadata, STOP! This means you don't have this problem, and you've probably run some other script or app that fixes this.
    Code:
    lrwxrwx--x  118 system   system      4.0K Feb  3 15:28 data --> /datadata
  4. Check the disk utilization of the /datadata partition:
    Code:
    df -h /datadata
    If Usage is at or near 100%, this is your problem.

Reason: For a reason I've not been able to find CyanogenMod partitions your device such that application data is stored on a 150MB partition....not very big. If you have a ton of apps, it's very easy to fill this up.

Thankfully the data is accessed through /data/data, which is just a symlink to /datadata. Since /data has plenty of space, we can just remove that symlink and replace it with the actual data.

Solution: Access a command line (Terminal Emulator, ConnectBot, SSHd, etc) and run the following:
  1. Remove the symlink.
    Code:
    rm -f /data/data
  2. Replace with a new directory.
    Code:
    mkdir /data/data
  3. Copy the data.
    Code:
    cp -pR /datadata/* /data/data/

Reboot the phone, and your problem should be resolved. Since this applies to any device rurning CyanogenMod or CM-derivative (like MIUI), I may create a separate post to document this.
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