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27th February 2012, 06:18 PM |#81  
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And, like always, phone has booted, gave me a lockscreen, then several FC windows, I touched "wait", and when I unlock I have only a white HTC screen and that's the end.

And at the bare beginning I got the window saying "android.proces........" force closed that appeared for, maybe, a second and disappeared with no interaction.

Pastebin f**ked me up so I attached logcat to the message.
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27th February 2012, 07:43 PM |#82  
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Well, the bucketload of ANRs (Application Not Responding) both you and the logcat report would suggest that your card is basically too slow for INT2SD which has the entire /data (including Dalvik cache) on the SD, especially in combination with the resource-hungry beast that is Sense.
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27th February 2012, 07:52 PM |#83  
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Well, the bucketload of ANRs (Application Not Responding) both you and the logcat report would suggest that your card is basically too slow for INT2SD which has the entire /data (including Dalvik cache) on the SD, especially in combination with the resource-hungry beast that is Sense.

Thanx.

This time I tried with ext4. So, when I buy something faster I'll try again, I'm very interested how it all goes with fatsys. What would you recommend class 6, 8 or what? I heard some rumors about problems with class 10.
27th February 2012, 08:14 PM |#84  
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I have a class 10, and it seems slower than it should be, though those are all the issues (if you can call that an issue ) I'm experiencing. Class 6 should be enough, though some people have reported problems with C6 being too slow as well, yet it works like a charm for others. Probably better to ask someone who has more experience with SD performance since I have only ever used a grand total of 3 cards with my 2 Android phones (two of those came along with the phones) Good luck!
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I have a class 10, and it seems slower than it should be, though those are all the issues (if you can call that an issue ) I'm experiencing. Class 6 should be enough, though some people have reported problems with C6 being too slow as well, yet it works like a charm for others. Probably better to ask someone who has more experience with SD performance since I have only ever used a grand total of 3 cards with my 2 Android phones (two of those came along with the phones) Good luck!

Thanx man, I appreciate that.

I think it also has connection with manufacturer, Kingston is not that fast, Transcend and Sandisk are better by my opinion.
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1st March 2012, 01:02 PM |#86  
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INIT2SD
I flashed INIT2SD rom. It is much quicker than original Data2ext Rom, with the same set of apps, my boot time is reduced from 12min. to 4min. There is just one issue sometimes it would not boot after restart. I need to take battery or than it will boot, once I had to delete dalvik-cache to get it boot proper.
Anyway I do not restart more than once a week, so it's not a bit issue.

App installation is much smoother on INIT2SD, it won't hang after installing new app like data2ext used to do. Also loading speed is a bit better.

Thanks, good implementation of Alex great rom.


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This is the INT2SD thread for Sense ROMs and their developers and users.
INT2SD thread for AOSP ROMs

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Disclamer: I am not responsible for anything that goes wrong.

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Thanks man! About it not booting, can you reboot it and when it gets to the point when it hangs, plug it into your PC, do 'adb logcat' and Pastebin that here? Sounds like a pretty big issue, though I hadn't experienced it.
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OK, will post logcat, when I have some time tommorow.
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2nd March 2012, 10:19 PM |#89  
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Work on Runnymede AIO V6.5 ??
Hello, Can you make Runnymede AIO V6.5 work with INT2SD ??

The ROM address is http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1315961
8th March 2012, 09:24 PM |#90  
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where is new roms?
prozor, where are the new roms mate?
9th March 2012, 06:09 PM |#91  
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Comin' right up, sir!
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