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[ROM][4.0.4] Slim ICS (T959) - Clean, Simple & Fast (54MB)

9th March 2012, 05:37 PM |#171  
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Have you tried the ultimate kernel cleanup script from lippol94? That seemed to solve my problems due to prior kernel leftovers.

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I assume this is what you meant 'http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=13224453'? If so, then no I haven't. And the link no longer works. Do you have a valid URL so that I can try it? I assume I can run it then flash essentials with out wiping out data?

The first time I flashed Slim 2.8 I did try "DarkSide Super Wipe ext4." But I don't think it did what it supposed to. So, I wiped everything manually and flashed.
 
 
9th March 2012, 06:05 PM |#172  
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I assume this is what you meant 'http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=13224453'? If so, then no I haven't. And the link no longer works. Do you have a valid URL so that I can try it? I assume I can run it then flash essentials with out wiping out data?

The first time I flashed Slim 2.8 I did try "DarkSide Super Wipe ext4." But I don't think it did what it supposed to. So, I wiped everything manually and flashed.

did you format system as well?
9th March 2012, 09:21 PM |#173  
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Here it is mmfxda just flash with cwr and don't forget to be sure you have a kernel installed before you reboot.
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9th March 2012, 10:59 PM |#174  
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did you format system as well?

Yes, both times.
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10th March 2012, 02:10 AM |#175  
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I think I figured out something. It looks like if I leave GPS turned on but i am not using it, that is when I get the major battery drain. Battery stats does show that the OS is getting the majority of the juice when GPS is on. When I had GPS off, I got about 26 hours per charge with WIFI on and data is set to 2g only.
10th March 2012, 03:35 AM |#176  
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Question rating / opinions?
anyone using this rom have opinions about how stable and speedy it is compared to bionix 1.3? i'm reluctrant to try ics on my main phone due to the vibrant having such low memory ( i hate runing below 100mb of free ram)
10th March 2012, 03:51 AM |#177  
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anyone using this rom have opinions about how stable and speedy it is compared to bionix 1.3? i'm reluctrant to try ics on my main phone due to the vibrant having such low memory ( i hate runing below 100mb of free ram)

stable. bionix doesn't even come close. free RAM can be set to not go down 100,80,75,50 MB.. etc. in performance tweaks.

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10th March 2012, 07:29 AM |#178  
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Here it is mmfxda just flash with cwr and don't forget to be sure you have a kernel installed before you reboot.

Wow Really freaking nice...
a few things tho for the rest to follow...

I came from one of the other ics roms... and thought id run the script cleaner v4...

since I figured that if its just 70 meg id wanna be fresh...
well booya it didnt work! wth I was on Milestone v4 and lo and behold after the script cleaner ran and I installed v2.8... I booted back up with all my files /settings still working!... not that im complaining..mind ya... but hey so much for kernel cleaning...

v2.8 is nice.. the screen text is a lot smaller...
positive note my ffc camera works.. not sure if its a hang over or not...since the script cleaner didnt work...

still playing with stuff on it so hard to complain atm

ideas?

so far i like it
10th March 2012, 09:57 AM |#179  
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what ROM are you coming from? bootloops happen when there's a CWM mismatch.

your next step from the bootloop is to pull battery and go to recovery using the button combo depending on your bootloader. then reflash following per OP's instructions.

If you get the boot loops...you have to get back into recovery and
install vibrant essentials! then ur fixed...
in other words if you do not see the big G you need to flash essentials...
10th March 2012, 03:53 PM |#180  
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thanx very very good
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