OK noted. Mac address is wrong and g-sensor issues.
I'll look at them when I can but I haven't touched code related to either recently.
Just searched this thread and it seems Mac address was broken as of #5, so I suspect it's related to changes in the main tree. I'll look into it in more detail when I can.
Right now I need to chill and then sleep.
For users running cm6 aka n1 builds there might be high background noise or echo.
LeTama hastarin: what CM6 people can try is to rename acdb file, it should fallback to pre-patch behaviour
11:51 LeTama hastarin: something like default.acdb.bak for instance
LeTama hastarin: /etc/firmware, and depending on build it can be copied from /system/etc/firmware to /etc/firware.
I tried this and it worked out for me. thanks hastarin for looking into this Hope you dont mind that I stole it and posted it.
Hastarin, what's your card, and what's the cluster size of it? Can you make some Read/Write speed tests?
This post seems to be the answer to stuttering issue:
I had 32k clusters and and issues, then format to 8k and the issues are huge and ppp dont work almost never... Its broken really soon, the ppp connection. I might have to format to 64k. But in old kernel (N1) 8k plays music fine. So it seems that Evo Kernel dont deal very well with SD management... You have to got SD shining, when on old kernels no need to...
If you want to reproduce this issues just format your card with 8k or 4k clusters and preferebly on an old card.
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