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[ROM] [WiFi/HSPA±][Aroma][4.2.2] Dirty AOKP v5.1 [JDQ39][KBZ][OTA][02/25]

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8th January 2013, 01:03 PM |#21  
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Could just be my imagination, but 1.2 seems to be much snappier. I'm using Phablet (I like my stuff at the top) and Motley.

Thanks for this ROM. Still waiting for you to port for i717

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8th January 2013, 02:51 PM |#22  
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Great ROM! Might want to update your second link for Version 1.2. I downloaded it and it still said 1.0. I then flashed it just thinking that the file was named incorrectly, but it was indeed 1.0. No big deal, I'll use the other link when I get home from work tonight.

Overall great stuff. All the goodies of AOKP plus a couple other options. It's fun to try out kernels too, though it seems like Stock is still the most reliable. I couldn't get flash player or even the Netflix app to work on Motley. Franco seems a little better though I'll probably just stick with stock.
8th January 2013, 03:28 PM |#23  
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Could just be my imagination, but 1.2 seems to be much snappier. I'm using Phablet (I like my stuff at the top) and Motley.

Thanks for this ROM. Still waiting for you to port for i717

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Thanks! I'll look into making something similar for the i717 possibly and let you know.

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Great ROM! Might want to update your second link for Version 1.2. I downloaded it and it still said 1.0. I then flashed it just thinking that the file was named incorrectly, but it was indeed 1.0. No big deal, I'll use the other link when I get home from work tonight.

Overall great stuff. All the goodies of AOKP plus a couple other options. It's fun to try out kernels too, though it seems like Stock is still the most reliable. I couldn't get flash player or even the Netflix app to work on Motley. Franco seems a little better though I'll probably just stick with stock.

The OP has been updated, thanks for the tip, I was so tired last night lol, went to bed at like 4 am.

You say you couldn't get flash player or Netflix to work on Motley? I'll take a look and try and see what is going on. I'll do a clean install with Motley and test flash player and Netflix. I did not test flash player on every kernel, on a couple I did, to make sure it worked but not all as I didn't suspect there would be an issue.
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8th January 2013, 03:39 PM |#24  
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is flash working on this one?

most of the time flash keeps crashing my browser.
8th January 2013, 04:04 PM |#25  
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Flash is working for me using Motley. IDK about Netflix because I don't have that, but HBOGo and Xfinity Player works.

Keep in mind that Flash will not work using Chrome.....you have to use the included browser.

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8th January 2013, 04:14 PM |#26  
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Flash is working for me using Motley. IDK about Netflix because I don't have that, but HBOGo and Xfinity Player works.

Keep in mind that Flash will not work using Chrome.....you have to use the included browser.

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Hmm...that's really weird. On ver 1.0, I tried 3 different sites with the stock browser on Motley, all no go. What Netflix would do is start to play the video, but then crash the minute I'd hit the volume slider.
8th January 2013, 04:40 PM |#27  
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Hmm...that's really weird. On ver 1.0, I tried 3 different sites with the stock browser on Motley, all no go. What Netflix would do is start to play the video, but then crash the minute I'd hit the volume slider.

I got my grandson to sign in on his Netflix and it works just fine....you might want reflash or run fix permissions.

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8th January 2013, 05:19 PM |#28  
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We may actually be looking at a potential AOKP bug. I saw someone post in the Official AOKP thread that they were experiencing force closes on programs if their headphones were plugged in. My Netflix issues happened when my headphones were plugged in.
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8th January 2013, 05:42 PM |#29  
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We may actually be looking at a potential AOKP bug. I saw someone post in the Official AOKP thread that they were experiencing force closes on programs if their headphones were plugged in. My Netflix issues happened when my headphones were plugged in.

I believe I read in one of the AOKP forums that it might be caused by the safe headset volume option. If you turn that off it may fix the issue. Not 100% about it though.
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8th January 2013, 05:54 PM |#30  
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We may actually be looking at a potential AOKP bug. I saw someone post in the Official AOKP thread that they were experiencing force closes on programs if their headphones were plugged in. My Netflix issues happened when my headphones were plugged in.

I hate to keep butting in without a solution, but I can't duplicate this problem. I've tried opening Netflix with the h/p's plugged in and plugging in after I open Netflix.....I have used the volume control slider and the volume rocker.

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8th January 2013, 06:01 PM |#31  
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Looking at the post above yours, I'm going to try that solution. May not be kernel/ROM related.

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