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[Rom] AOKP(Jellybean 4.2.2) | Task650 (6.24.13) AT&T

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You don't have to be sorry bro. No worries. I'm just letting you know to be cautious of what you flash. Especially when you know nothing about what you are flashing to your expensive device.
Word. Some people just tend to be flash happy. I read and read before I flash anything. I've been wanting to flash a ICS build to my girlfriend's Skyrocket, but I am not happy with any of the builds yet. I wish you had one and would port AOKP over for it. Lol.


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I've seen references to a kernel cleaning script here...
1- When do you need to use one (specifically regarding this ROM)
2- What script are you guys using? (I googled and found more than one)
PS - I went from stock ROM to UnNamed to UnOriginal to Task's AOKP and have never done anything about a kernel. I am having no problems so I assume I should leave well enough alone but if I need to use a cleaning script in the future, I want to understand why and be ready.
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I've seen references to a kernel cleaning script here...
1- When do you need to use one (specifically regarding this ROM)
2- What script are you guys using? (I googled and found more than one)
PS - I went from stock ROM to UnNamed to UnOriginal to Task's AOKP and have never done anything about a kernel. I am having no problems so I assume I should leave well enough alone but if I need to use a cleaning script in the future, I want to understand why and be ready.
I use this one - works great: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...leaning+script
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I've seen references to a kernel cleaning script here...
1- When do you need to use one (specifically regarding this ROM)
2- What script are you guys using? (I googled and found more than one)
PS - I went from stock ROM to UnNamed to UnOriginal to Task's AOKP and have never done anything about a kernel. I am having no problems so I assume I should leave well enough alone but if I need to use a cleaning script in the future, I want to understand why and be ready.
1 - Any time that you are changing from the stock kernel to a modified one, use the script. In all seriousness, every time I flash the ROM, I use the cleaner script.

2 - Use this one, this is the one that Siyah has listed to use. I personally use it and it works well. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1428530


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Kernel: ktoonsez - O/C to 1809mhz
Modem: LK3

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ROM: Redemption ROM v3.2
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So I formatted my internal SD card from the storage menu and it went great! Cleaned out of the old crap. I see I have a lot of garbage stuff in my root folder the folder that gets brought up when you open root explorer is there anyway to clean that stuff up?

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Ok guys here is bootanimation .

Instructions:

*Download bootanimation.zip
*Go to menu/system settings/rom control/general ui disable bootanimation check(important)
*Copy bootanimation zip that you downloaded and place it in system/media. Then make sure all this is checked. Nothing more or less.
*Click OK then restart your phone.

Make sure you hit that damn thanks button.

https://www.box.com/shared/8719e8967b63ede220c9


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Hi everyone,

Just rooted and flashed this ROM for my first one. Just booted up no problem but I am not seeing the marketplace application? Any suggestions or help would be greatly thanked!
Not called the market.. play store

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Ok guys here is bootanimation .

Instructions:

*Download bootanimation.zip
*Go to menu/system settings/rom control/general ui disable bootanimation check(important)
*Copy bootanimation zip that you downloaded and place it in system/media. Then make sure all this is checked.
*Nothing more or less.
*Click OK then restart your phone.

Make sure you hit that damn thanks button.

https://www.box.com/shared/8719e8967b63ede220c9


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Ok guys here is bootanimation .

Instructions:

*Download bootanimation.zip
*Go to menu/system settings/rom control/general ui disable bootanimation check(important)
*Copy bootanimation zip that you downloaded and place it in system/media. Then make sure all this is checked. Nothing more or less.
*Click OK then restart your phone.

Make sure you hit that damn thanks button.

https://www.box.com/shared/8719e8967b63ede220c9


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FYI if you put it in /data/local, it won't get wiped by flashing ROM updates (found it on the AOKP FAQ).

---------- Post added at 04:39 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:37 PM ----------

Task, is there any way to completely disable the NFC service? I unchecked it in "More...", and froze the NFC service settings, but it keeps running on reboot anyway - I'm trying to track down the drain I'm getting today...
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[QUOTE=alacrify;24897114]FYI if you put it in /data/local, it won't get wiped by flashing ROM updates (found it on the AOKP FAQ).[COLOR="Silver"]

[SIZE=1]---------- Post added at 04:39 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:37 PM ---------

We are getting of track here but this is safest way for them to do it. You never who is going to download and try. If they fallow instruction its 100% safe no bootloop.



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