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[05-07-2012][ROM] AOKP & AOKPA LEO BUILD 40 [HWA][4.0.4][tytung_HWA_r3]

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2nd May 2012, 03:39 PM |#3201  
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I've had that issue - I just put it down to a buggy kernel. (This was using the securecrt 6.6HWA)

The guys said there may be problems and I just put it down to that!

I've now flashed tytung's HWA kernel to see how that goes...

Ah ok! I tried Securecrt's kernel, Dorimanx 6.6D as well as Rick's test kernel and have noticed the issue in atleast Dorimanx's and Rick's - I updated from Securecrt's kernel shortly after installing so not sure about that one.

Let us know how Tytung's kernel works out - I am going to try it now.
 
 
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Hi you r ROM works great and I also noticed that it is so much smoother than any other ROM, GREAT WORK

but as you know there is a lack of VPN access for ppl who need VPN to connect to internet at work or other places (Like me). I know you are working on it. i dont know which files should i check if i can get it to work comparing to tutyang CM9 ROM, i know that the problem might be with pppd but i need instructions.


there was a weird thing about changing LCD Density, when i lower the dpi and reboot (about 192) i see the luancher home screen buttons (and maybe grids) have stick together (not changed as expected) and did not fit the width of screen,
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Thanks mate. Not exactly the same thing (look) as the Trebuchet, but it's a possible sollution. Thanks again.
2nd May 2012, 06:24 PM |#3204  
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the only problem i had in 2 days are a reboot and one time i had to reboot because i wasn't able to start any application, oh and some little "lag" in the launcher, but it's still the fastes rom ever had on hd2 XD
2nd May 2012, 06:25 PM |#3205  
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(Kernel 2.6.32.59 shantanu@HALL-3000 #5) is that Tytung kernel right?
2nd May 2012, 06:27 PM |#3206  
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Let us know how Tytung's kernel works out - I am going to try it now.

Very interested! Please report if it has colorbanding and if the overlay buttons (camera, maps,..) are working. Thx!!


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2nd May 2012, 06:28 PM |#3207  
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(Kernel 2.6.32.59 shantanu@HALL-3000 #5) is that Tytung kernel right?

Nope that is the kernel Rick_1995 compiled
securecrt kernel is named dorimanx 6.6c and something with securecrt at the end.. confusing

securecrt give your kernel a unique name m8
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That is what I downloaded and yet I still have problems. Not sure why? I was going to try tyung kernel but decided to switch back to Dorimanx and the fixes didn't work.

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Nope that is the kernel Rick_1995 compiled
securecrt kernel is named dorimanx 6.6c and something with securecrt at the end.. confusing

securecrt give your kernel a unique name m8

Well that kernel is flying smooth I have got no problem with it. Camera works, Youtube works, battery drain 3% in 45 min of usage, maps works, and everything else works fantastic.
2nd May 2012, 07:04 PM |#3209  
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Nope that is the kernel Rick_1995 compiled
securecrt kernel is named dorimanx 6.6c and something with securecrt at the end.. confusing

securecrt give your kernel a unique name m8

Do you have another kernel?
This kernel like eat battery status ^^
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Finding apps in market
Hi,

Is anyone else having problems locating apps on the market? Like when i search facebook, netflix, youtube. They dont appear on my market, but I find the apks online and they work perfect. Any suggestions?
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