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[ROM] Discontinued [Classicnerd ICS / Pre Alpha JB 4.2.1] Butta HD [12-30-12]

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14th February 2012, 02:16 AM   |  #971  
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Question? If flashing this or any other Rom, why wouldn't you want it to clean up the /boot menu? It's solely to make it easier for people coming from other roms. One of the better parts about the ROM is that it will clean up all different /boot/moboot.uImage without worries of it leaving stuff to cause bad flashes. We didn't include a format all option.

In fact, I plan on extending it more to make it clean things better to have a more stable base to build from. If anything, this will help not hurt. Remember, there isn't much point in flashing many different things just to flash a Rom.

Just my thoughts...but if the majority doesn't want it included, they win. I only do what is wanted.

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Good points. My thoughts were more to custom kernels rather than multi-booting. Also people who have custom boot screens have the potential of being impacting. It does make flashing single roms much easier.

I am not complaining...just bringing up a topic that I noticed.



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14th February 2012, 04:01 AM   |  #972  
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Wow!!!
Leo and Tommy can I have your babies
Buttah is da poo.
V2. Is rocking.
Cant wait to have classicnerd on all my devices
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14th February 2012, 04:01 AM   |  #973  
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I use MX Video Player as well. Have you downloaded the codec? I believe ARMv7 is the correct version

The ARMv7? I could swear I read somewhere the the Touchpad uses ARMv6.
I'll uninstall v6 and give v7 a try to see if that improves the smoothness.

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14th February 2012, 06:50 AM   |  #974  
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The Touchpad is beyond ARMv7. You should use the NEON build (although I don't detect any noticeable performance bonus) since the Snapdragon in our TPs has it.

BTW, is there a reason why the thread title isn't being updated? I didn't even know there was a release =(
14th February 2012, 06:50 AM   |  #975  
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Originally Posted by af250xxl

The ARMv7? I could swear I read somewhere the the Touchpad uses ARMv6.
I'll uninstall v6 and give v7 a try to see if that improves the smoothness.

Thanks!

Yes its an ARMv7 I love mx video player.

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14th February 2012, 08:42 AM   |  #976  
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Originally Posted by ChronoReverse

The Touchpad is beyond ARMv7. You should use the NEON build (although I don't detect any noticeable performance bonus) since the Snapdragon in our TPs has it.

BTW, is there a reason why the thread title isn't being updated? I didn't even know there was a release =(

I was just thinking about the Thread Title...

Would be handy to update it after each release!
14th February 2012, 12:54 PM   |  #977  
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I was just thinking about the Thread Title...

Would be handy to update it after each release!

Have no fear... I'm sure it'll be updated after an OFFICIAL release. Cheers

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14th February 2012, 04:38 PM   |  #978  
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update-remove-tga_uImages.zip

can someone explain to me what is this and what is use for?
14th February 2012, 07:02 PM   |  #979  
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update-remove-tga_uImages.zip

can someone explain to me what is this and what is use for?

It cleans files out of the boot partition to free up space as the boot partition is limited. This does not touch webos, moboot or cwm. This is best used prior to flashing an Android rom.
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14th February 2012, 08:22 PM   |  #980  
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I'm sorry, who are you?? Do I know you? Have you been any part of this thread or conversation??

If, not then exactly why are you giving me suggestions??

Because if you had known me you would have known that that was definitely NOT a defensive or pissed off response.

Really??

I am a user of the community just like you. I don't need to know you to make a comment do I?

Anyway, I was just making an observation on your post, don't get all snooty about it - OK

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