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[KERNEL][8th-Dec] YA-OK! Yet-another Optimised Kernel (v1.50 Update)

22nd November 2010, 12:52 AM   |  #311  
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ok, so no binds right?

i've just downloaded rockplayer and am trying it out now. set it to hardware decoding.

so far played 7 mins of musics and even let it go to lockscreen, no issues, playing fine and woke up fine.

trying HD video now.
22nd November 2010, 12:55 AM   |  #312  
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ok, so no binds right?

i've just downloaded rockplayer and am trying it out now. set it to hardware decoding.

so far played 7 mins of musics and even let it go to lockscreen, no issues, playing fine and woke up fine.

trying HD video now.

System mode works for me too but it uses the internal codecs which don't work for some .avis I got. The "normal" mode works but crashes my phone after a while.

PS: Yeah, no binds.
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System mode works for me too but it uses the internal codecs which don't work for some .avis I got. The "normal" mode works but crashes my phone after a while.

PS: Yeah, no binds.

ah, ok. that's an important bit of info. yes, as soon as i switched off hardware decoding it froze the phone almost instantly. i have all tweaks enabled so i'm going to try it without tweaks now.
22nd November 2010, 01:03 AM   |  #314  
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ah, ok. that's an important bit of info. yes, as soon as i switched off hardware decoding it froze the phone almost instantly. i have all tweaks enabled so i'm going to try it without tweaks now.

without tweaks froze instantly too.
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This is really a super noob question. I tried installing using Odin3 and I'm not sure if its successfull or not. This is what I've done.
1. Extract zip to zenkinz30.oc.uv.speedmod.341ram.optcompiled.displa y.bln22.tar
2. USB Debugging mode and connect to PC
3. Start ODIN, unticked re-partition, select PDA and pick the extracted file
4.Ticked Auto Reboot
5. Click Start

It's not rebooting and I don't think its successful even though ODIN said successful.

Can anyone give a step by step installation? I'm using rooted DXJPA stock with z4 and 3-button recovery fix. DXJPA was upgraded using KIES from the original DXJG4.

Do I need to mount the USB Storage? Do I need to run adb recovery download etc.. or just run ODIN without the need of adb?

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This is really a super noob question. I tried installing using Odin3 and I'm not sure if its successfull or not. This is what I've done.
1. Extract zip to zenkinz30.oc.uv.speedmod.341ram.optcompiled.displa y.bln22.tar
2. USB Debugging mode and connect to PC
3. Start ODIN, unticked re-partition, select PDA and pick the extracted file
4.Ticked Auto Reboot
5. Click Start

It's not rebooting and I don't think its successful even though ODIN said successful.

Can anyone give a step by step installation? I'm using rooted DXJPA stock with z4 and 3-button recovery fix. DXJPA was upgraded using KIES from the original DXJG4.

Do I need to mount the USB Storage? Do I need to run adb recovery download etc.. or just run ODIN without the need of adb?

tia

1. remove sim/sdcard
2. go into download mode
3. start odin
4. set kernel as pda
5. plug in
6. start flashing
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Can this Kernel be flashed through clockwork instead of odin ??
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ah, ok. that's an important bit of info. yes, as soon as i switched off hardware decoding it froze the phone almost instantly. i have all tweaks enabled so i'm going to try it without tweaks now.

@tokyogtr,

thanks for helping to troubleshoot. Yes, it's reported somewhere in this thread that running rockplayer using normal mode (or software decoding) on a oc firmware will cause the phone to hang. I've experienced that myself. The advice given then was to use setcpu to manually step down the max cpu frequency, when using rockplayer. not a pretty advice, but at this moment, I am suggesting this until we can find a permanent solution (such as 1.12Ghz, which I will consider for future releases)
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Originally Posted by tokyogtr

ok, so no binds right?

i've just downloaded rockplayer and am trying it out now. set it to hardware decoding.

so far played 7 mins of musics and even let it go to lockscreen, no issues, playing fine and woke up fine.

trying HD video now.

The stress is on software mode

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Originally Posted by R4yn0r

1. remove sim/sdcard
2. go into download mode
3. start odin
4. set kernel as pda
5. plug in
6. start flashing

Thank you very much. Lol, this is the missing guide for the noob. Now i'm all set to test.

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