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[BETA 0.18.2.1][17.09] ICS for Desire[ALL HBOOTS][4.0.4]

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18th April 2012, 02:04 PM   |  #10571  
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Originally Posted by _snIP3r_

i forgot to mention that switching on mobile internet now seems to work!!!
tested it only a few times so far - it worked in all of them...

EDIT: i do not think its slower. sliding the screens is a smooth as before, and opening apps too...

damn... ich think i was a little to hasty... also with beta 0.6 switching on mobile internet does not work reliably...

version: beta 0.6
hboot: stock
a2sd script: stock
full wipe: yes
kernel: tiamat-ics-031412 2.6.38.8

here's a logcat part:

Code:
04-18 13:56:33.983 D/PhoneStatusBar(277) :	disable: < expand icons alerts ticker system_info back* home* recent clock* >
04-18 13:56:34.003 W/InputManagerService(207) :	Window already focused, ignoring focus gain of: com.android.internal.view.IInputMethodClient$Stub$Proxy@41521de8
04-18 13:56:34.023 W/InputManagerService(207) :	Starting input on non-focused client android.view.inputmethod.InputMethodManager$1@416c1090 (uid=1000 pid=207)
04-18 13:56:34.854 D/Evervolv_MobileDataWidget(2273) :	onReceive - Intent { act=com.evervolv.widgets.MOBILE_DATA_CLICKED flg=0x10000010 cmp=com.evervolv.widgets/.MobileDataWidgetProvider bnds=[252,569][348,695] }
04-18 13:56:34.954 D/ConnectivityService(207) :	setMobileDataEnabled(true)
04-18 13:56:34.974 W/BackupManagerService(207) :	dataChanged but no participant pkg='com.android.providers.settings' uid=1001
04-18 13:56:42.311 D/dalvikvm(207) :	GC_CONCURRENT freed 619K, 18% free 17658K/21511K, paused 14ms+8ms
04-18 13:56:51.911 D/Evervolv_MobileDataWidget(2273) :	onReceive - Intent { act=com.evervolv.widgets.MOBILE_DATA_CLICKED flg=0x10000010 cmp=com.evervolv.widgets/.MobileDataWidgetProvider bnds=[252,569][348,695] }
04-18 13:56:52.011 D/ConnectivityService(207) :	setMobileDataEnabled(false)
04-18 13:56:52.031 W/BackupManagerService(207) :	dataChanged but no participant pkg='com.android.providers.settings' uid=1001
04-18 13:56:53.302 D/HardwareRenderer(388) :	Disabling v-sync
04-18 13:56:53.402 D/dalvikvm(207) :	GC_EXPLICIT freed 1412K, 25% free 16267K/21511K, paused 8ms+7ms
04-18 13:56:54.283 W/InputManagerService(207) :	Window already focused, ignoring focus gain of: com.android.internal.view.IInputMethodClient$Stub$Proxy@41a349c0
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18th April 2012, 02:13 PM   |  #10572  
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Originally Posted by juicebox666

MMS REQUIRES data to function. Some ROMs, like the Sense ones, automatically toggle it on and off when you send a MMS.

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Yes, sure.
In my previous ROM, MIUI, it was working without toggling internet data.
Is it ICS implementation or ROM? Mr. Sandvold?
18th April 2012, 02:27 PM   |  #10573  
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Installing this thing v0.6 first time and it won`t boot... It say. Optimizing Applicatios two times than some animation just looping forever... I chose Default instalation on start.
Yes, first erased all with: fastboot erase system -w and davlik and battery and user/factory etc all from CWM.

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version: beta 0.6
hboot: stock
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Radio: bravo.5.17.05.23
18th April 2012, 02:28 PM   |  #10574  
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To first post on this page;
Have you tried toggeling without using evervolv tools? From settings instead. If its just with evervolv then ill forward this o the right ppl.

2nd post:
Ill have a look to see what they do different

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18th April 2012, 02:54 PM   |  #10575  
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Originally Posted by .martin.

no, that is not normal, usually meaning there might be something wrong with your HBOOT.

easiest solution is to reflash your HBOOT.

OK, got it. I'll try if I have the chance.
18th April 2012, 04:03 PM   |  #10576  
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Just for curriocity.
Are currently video, panorama and usb tethering the only known issues?
Looking forward for the solutions.
Love your work.

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18th April 2012, 05:00 PM   |  #10577  
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kernel maybe......
18th April 2012, 05:08 PM   |  #10578  
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http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...ntent=FaceBook


kernel maybe......

For the HTC One V, yes...

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18th April 2012, 05:20 PM   |  #10579  
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For the HTC One V, yes...

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I think the HTC One V has the same GPU and some of the same hardware as the Desire, so I think people are probably hoping that once kernel sources/ROMs/drivers come out for the One V these will give improved ICS support for the Desire.
18th April 2012, 05:20 PM   |  #10580  
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It would help the one v port but it will be a sense kernel I think so not much use for aosp. Am I wrong?

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