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[ROM] [1/7/12] MIUIAndroid [2.1.6] [Glitch v13]

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4th February 2012, 01:11 AM   |  #431  
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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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4th February 2012, 01:12 AM   |  #432  
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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...

Thanks for your help and thanks for helping the community

No problem. I'll update my Verification steps with this check.
4th February 2012, 07:51 PM   |  #433  
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Guys... Here's a treat for you: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1480609
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4th February 2012, 09:59 PM   |  #434  
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Guys... Here's a treat for you: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1480609

haha, you are still alive weblexa!!! Thanks for this!
4th February 2012, 10:22 PM   |  #435  
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haha, you are still alive weblexa!!! Thanks for this!

Who said he's alive?

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7th February 2012, 07:59 PM   |  #436  
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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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8th February 2012, 04:07 AM   |  #437  
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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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20th March 2012, 06:36 PM   |  #438  
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Originally Posted by rickatnight11

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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