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30th March 2012, 01:53 PM   |  #2541  
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I have 3 blue links in my signature that helps

Two of which are buggy.
30th March 2012, 01:54 PM   |  #2542  
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I have 3 blue links in my signature that helps

+1 on HyperNonSense... Such a pity that it is no longer supported by the developer... But it is a great ROM still nonetheless!
30th March 2012, 01:55 PM   |  #2543  
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yeah, i guess i just assume since i've been doing all of this since 2009 that i was experienced enough. about all i've never done was mess with my cpu on account of never wanting to brick my phone accidentally. but i am far from a dev, so even experience makes me clueless to some things.

i reflashed the rom and things seem alot calmer now, so thanks for the info. if it keeps up i might have to switch to a different rom, tho part of me may die inside going back to sense.

It's okay to overclock your CPU, as long as the ROM you're using is stable. Overheating is usually caused by the processor being pegged, along with sensors in a "locked on" state...generally when the device has encountered a serious bug or when you play a game that really pushes the device's limits (like trying to play Dungeon Defenders and NOVA2 on a DroidX that can barely handle it )

I know what you mean about Sense, I think Vorbeth has spoiled all of us on AOSP!
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30th March 2012, 01:56 PM   |  #2544  
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Originally Posted by Vorbeth

There are not many differences now between Cyanogen & OpenSensation.

But, as for doing this alone, at first yes, but there are others who work on various bit's
They are all named in the OP under the thanks section.

At the point Cyanogen opened the device tree, it was a little behind OpenSensation.
You can see who has brought it up to date here: http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#q,sta...tc_pyramid,n,z

As you will see it's mainly me (Mark P) and intervigilium (Ethan Chen)
All commit's prior to https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...8adba6853eb018
were done prior to Cyanogen going public.
However that commit alone contains patches that both me and intervigilium has made to our own device tree's prior to that.

So to sum thing's up.
I will release a unoffcial Cyanogen build when both OpenSensation & Cyanogen are at the same state.
OpenSensation will be used as a testing platform prior to fixes being submitted to Cyanogen's source.

OpenSensation will also probably use a kernel that is the combined work of intervigilium and faux123
Where as Cyanogen will stick to using as close to stock as possible.
(Any major changes to thing's like drivers etc will be applied to both kernels)

I hope that clears up the differences between the two projects

Sounds good can't wait to install :)

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30th March 2012, 02:17 PM   |  #2545  
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Two of which are buggy.

You could also use Insertcoin 5.1.7 with Shnizlon AOSP theme
30th March 2012, 02:26 PM   |  #2546  
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You could also use Insertcoin 5.1.7 with Shnizlon AOSP theme

Ok guys stop it, this is still a Dev thread.
If you want senseless roms there's plenty of them and this is not the right thread to list 'em all.

Eager to try new builds Vorbeth. As usual your work is fantastic. OpenSensation rulez
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30th March 2012, 02:35 PM   |  #2547  
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I did a full wipe now to see if that solves my problem with my homebutton but the phone stays at splash1. How can i get a logcat then?
30th March 2012, 02:53 PM   |  #2548  
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Run the command for the logcat from a PC (adb logcat) as soon as you see the splash screen and you'll record the entire boot procedure.
30th March 2012, 02:59 PM   |  #2549  
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I did that but it said "waiting for device" so i made a nandroid restore instead. Full wipe solved the problem with home button but "system" must not be wiped.
30th March 2012, 03:14 PM   |  #2550  
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Vorbeth,

I don't know if you noticed but socali posted a fix for multitouch issues on the VI rom. He replaced android.policy.jar in the framework. I have no idea if this will help you at all but here's his post.

http://goo.gl/6n9bR

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