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[ROM] Eryigit-GB-2.3.6 G70ZCKPA Galaxy Player 5.0 For USA and INT (Rls:3.5) {UPDATED}

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6th March 2012, 03:50 AM |#191  
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Went well!
Flashed it yesterday with version 3 and no problems, quite stable and running well..

some questions...

Display resolution seems to be a bit more fuzzier, any way to fix or improve that?
Also how to remove some of the bloatware that I dont use? Can't delete under Application option even though this is a rooted ROM.
 
 
10th March 2012, 02:14 AM |#192  
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Can someone explain "lagfix." I read some comments on this relating to the custom kernel. What type of lag is this attempting to fix?????

ghetto lagfix (eryigit's rom):
1. go to recovery mode
2. back up rom and reboot
3. plug in computer via usb to storage mode, find folder under clockworkmod/backup/xx.xx.xx with .rfs extensions, change .rfs to ext4
4. open nandorid.md5 with notepad, change .rfs to .ext4, exit and save
5. go back to recovery mode
6. restore the previously back up rom, reboot, finish!

and you only have to this once, even if you flash a new rom
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10th March 2012, 02:58 AM |#193  
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Can someone explain "lagfix." I read some comments on this relating to the custom kernel. What type of lag is this attempting to fix?????

Lagfix converts the partitions to ext4, which is much faster and more reliable than Samsung's proprietary rfs filesystem.

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12th March 2012, 01:55 AM |#194  
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Lagfix converts the partitions to ext4, which is much faster and more reliable than Samsung's proprietary rfs filesystem.

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Thanks for the explanation.

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ghetto lagfix (eryigit's rom):
1. go to recovery mode
2. back up rom and reboot
3. plug in computer via usb to storage mode, find folder under clockworkmod/backup/xx.xx.xx with .rfs extensions, change .rfs to ext4
4. open nandorid.md5 with notepad, change .rfs to .ext4, exit and save
5. go back to recovery mode
6. restore the previously back up rom, reboot, finish!

and you only have to this once, even if you flash a new rom

Thanks. I read about this, but couldn't figure out why we would have to manually change the file extension.
12th March 2012, 02:36 AM |#195  
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i was going to do this, but when i looked in my clockworkmod folder, i discovered that i already had ext4, and this is a freshly rooted and flashed device, just got it last week.
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Lagfix converts the partitions to ext4, which is much faster and more reliable than Samsung's proprietary rfs filesystem.

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16th March 2012, 05:21 AM |#196  
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Yeah I enjoyed this ROM shortly after Meticulus left dev'ing for our devices due to unappreciative people. But since there hasn't been any recent releases I flashed GingerGeneric. Its pretty smooth. And he's only released two. He listens to the people. Puts what we think is best in the ROM. Really that fact that he's porting Vertimus' ICS theme into his ROM after j asked him to is what reeled me into flashing it. I may return to re - flash. Your ROM once you release 4.0

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16th March 2012, 02:18 PM |#197  
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I saw some people added beast Audio from here ;

(MOD)(PORT)Beats Audio&Xloud(2.3+up)03/14/12


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1525226


if you want you can add but in my opinion , that player have better sound from beast.

I tested and I think reduce the sound quality for our player. Maybe can improve some phones but not our player.

Who want to beast audio , free to try . Not a big deal.
17th March 2012, 09:18 PM |#198  
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Exclamation fail
If I try to flash your rom it fails in Odin, while it worked perfectly fine before.
It softs-bricks my Player everytime I try to flash the rom and I hate it.

What's wrong? Please help!
18th March 2012, 09:57 PM |#199  
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i cant use voice commands in google search and dolphin is there a way to fix it?
29th March 2012, 11:43 PM |#200  
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Can i install it through cwm?if yes which onw should i downlod?

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