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[EOL][ROM][I9300][SaberMod][v12.3] Temasek's UNOFFICIAL CyanogenMod 13

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10th January 2016, 08:57 AM |#101  
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bug found.
a full wipe of course.
I'm with the latest version(2.6), and every 10 minutes or so, I have random reboots.
i have no idea why.

I've too.
 
 
10th January 2016, 09:01 AM |#102  
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I've too.

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Without it your post is useless.

To make one go to developers options/bug report. Upload to your Drive a/c. Grab the link and post it here like this ....

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByE...p=docslist_api

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10th January 2016, 09:02 AM |#103  
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Hey Guys ,
look Temasek in Hlte go also the way with inbuild SU and busybox included
Thats all we need .
My opinion is let let Rom clean and near the basics (Stock CM kernel, CM included SU, and Temasek's Spareparts)
Complicates everything is additionally inserted
Chainfires SuperSu is still beta whoever needs it can use (some people have trouble)
Some People like Boeffla Sound other need undervolt, unstable Power .....
I also prefer Boeffla and its no problem for me to install it.
(Boeffla Kenel ramdisk uses gzip compression and work with chainfire systemless supersu 2.66)
People can insert SUpersu or custom Kernel for them self.

for which have not voted yet
Please vote for built In SU in the poll

Let this Graet Rom how it is and for the maintainer so easy as possible

sorry for my bad english
10th January 2016, 09:05 AM |#104  
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Please vote for built In SU in the poll

I didn't get too far with inbuilt SU support. I had apps (at least one) asking specifically for SuperSU. Cannot recall exactly what the situation was but I at least remember that I had to add SuperSU.
10th January 2016, 09:22 AM |#105  
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Let this Graet Rom how it is and for the maintainer so easy as possible

don't worry as I said if the poll ends nearly 50/50 I'll go back to built-in SU
2.7 will be as it was before, userdebug with built-in su.
user builds without SU seems to make too much hassle for everyone.
But no one is forced to use the built-in su as it can be easily switched off (which is the default case after clean flash) and superSU can then be flashed.

Sorry for the disturbance this experiment may have caused.
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10th January 2016, 09:51 AM |#106  
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I didn't get too far with inbuilt SU support. I had apps (at least one) asking specifically for SuperSU. Cannot recall exactly what the situation was but I at least remember that I had to add SuperSU.

With inbuild Root everyone can disable and flash Supersu binaries if needed
But with rootless i have no chance go back to CM inbuild root
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I personally always like the built-in root, and therefore I always compiled as userdebug build.
user-builds are rootless, and therefore need some other root method in order to obtain root (like SuperSU). On the other hand user-builds (no built-in root) are slightly more optimized.

As the i9300 is not my main device I want to give you the choice. So please choose in the poll above, what you like more.
You have time until Sunday
After that day, all builds will be build by the winning method. Until then it will still be userdebug builds.

btw a tip from arter97 concerning mixed native/superSU root:
https://twitter.com/arter97_dev/stat...92783300849665
https://twitter.com/arter97_dev/stat...92794931675136

here poeple with problems
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probably it is because of the fact that the custom kernels do not use gzip for their ramdisk compression. As mentioned here only gzip is supported by the new systemless SuperSU. see also here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=828
I think in the boeffla versions by zanezam gzip is used, as mentioned here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=825.

Just as a reminder: With integrated CM SU this would be absolutely no problem

lord says kernel ramdisk uses gzip
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For my S3 kernels, it should work. My ramdisk uses gzip compression on the S3.

Andi

10th January 2016, 09:58 AM |#107  
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lord says kernel ramdisk uses gzip

yes I know I've also seen it.
I cannot explain from where these problems come from.
I never had problems flashing boeffla kernel on my s3...
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10th January 2016, 09:59 AM |#108  
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again, thanks for your help and work on this rom, love it.
For busybox, should I flash that after having flashed ROM, Gapps, SU2.66?
thanks
10th January 2016, 10:06 AM |#109  
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@Darkened_Sky if i'm using root explorer to delete any files on my ext 32 GB Samsung Evo then connected on my PC & the file still exist even thou i already removed? do u have this particular issue?

i personally prefer rootless, i can install supersu by my own. by the way, can u check the wifi quite often disconnect & dropped signal. maybe CM issue.. thanks.
10th January 2016, 10:21 AM |#110  
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again, thanks for your help and work on this rom, love it.
For busybox, should I flash that after having flashed ROM, Gapps, SU2.66?
thanks

Even the latest CM13 nightly updates with built in SU require busy box. So if you are on a CM13 based ROM now, you could download it before you flash SuperSU 2.66.

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10th January 2016, 10:29 AM |#111  
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@Darkened_Sky if i'm using root explorer to delete any files on my ext 32 GB Samsung Evo then connected on my PC & the file still exist even thou i already removed? do u have this particular issue?

i personally prefer rootless, i can install supersu by my own. by the way, can u check the wifi quite often disconnect & dropped signal. maybe CM issue.. thanks.

no all these issues do not appear for me
maybe try another file explorer

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again, thanks for your help and work on this rom, love it.
For busybox, should I flash that after having flashed ROM, Gapps, SU2.66?
thanks

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Even the latest CM13 nightly updates with built in SU require busy box. So if you are on a CM13 based ROM now, you could download it before you flash SuperSU 2.66.

you can simply use https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....busybox&hl=de
but with next version this shouldn't be needed anymore (probably). busybox can be readded to cm https://twitter.com/temasek71/status/685970836558200832

unfortunately I ran into some problems and no time to fix so probably no build today!
so some patience for 2.7
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