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25th December 2014, 01:51 AM |#21  
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OK, finally I got the time to flash it and wow, you never stop to amaze me. What a kernel ,everything is as fluid as butter. Thanks for the great kernel.

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25th December 2014, 10:44 PM |#22  
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Again, the download is not a zip file...

I noticed this too when downloading directly onto my tablet - it looks like it didn't like the # in the file name so just took that and everything after it out of the file name, including the extension.

I also don't see another .zip inside this, just the file directory, as expected. I'm going to download it again on the PC before I flash though, just to be sure.
26th December 2014, 12:13 AM |#23  
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All I did on file manager is click on the zip once it opens I just copy the oxydo-revamp#1.zip and paste it in my download file. Then when in recovery I select oxydo-revamp#1.zip and it flashes fine. Running this on freaks slim lp f2fs ROM and seems to cure the lag I get from time to time. Will give it a few days to see if it cures the lag but so far seems to do way better than the kernel he has loaded. Thanks for the kernel always good to see more devs building for our devices. Shows how our devices are not obsolete like many thinks it is. Soon my son will get this tablet as I go with the N9. Only reason I am doing that is my sons tab2 took a dump and he needs a tablet. This one will serve him well. Again thanks for the work.
26th December 2014, 03:32 AM |#24  
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Just installed with a fresh install of latest CM12, but gave me the android password screen... doesn't seem to work with data-f2fs?
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26th December 2014, 12:01 PM |#25  
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Just installed with a fresh install of latest CM12, but gave me the android password screen... doesn't seem to work with data-f2fs?

Were you on a f2fs setup beforehand? If so, there shouldn't be such a problem.
Oxydo doesn't have its own ramdisk; it creates a ramdisk based on the one already there. So if the current ramdisk is configured for f2fs, oxydo should support f2fs.
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26th December 2014, 12:40 PM |#26  
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Were you on a f2fs setup beforehand? If so, there shouldn't be such a problem.
Oxydo doesn't have its own ramdisk; it creates a ramdisk based on the one already there. So if the current ramdisk is configured for f2fs, oxydo should support f2fs.

This is data-only F2FS though. I was all-F2FS on the previous rom, but wanted to test a different one that was only available as EXT4, which, after formatting cache and system partitions, I'm now running with phantom kernel, and it boots fine. I'll try again with oxy tomorrow knowing that it does boot, to be sure it wasn't something else. I don't know much (anything, actually) about ramdisks, but maybe it needed to be set by another kernel first, given I changed formats?
26th December 2014, 02:42 PM |#27  
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This is data-only F2FS though. I was all-F2FS on the previous rom, but wanted to test a different one that was only available as EXT4, which, after formatting cache and system partitions, I'm now running with phantom kernel, and it boots fine. I'll try again with oxy tomorrow knowing that it does boot, to be sure it wasn't something else. I don't know much (anything, actually) about ramdisks, but maybe it needed to be set by another kernel first, given I changed formats?

It's like this.
1. Be on a f2fs setup with a compatible kernel (LegoKernel for example).
2. NANDROID. Because you never know when you may get yourself in a fix.
3. Flash my kernel on top without changing anything else.
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26th December 2014, 02:55 PM |#28  
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Can anyone on this Terminal give me the output of the following commands:
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free
Thanks in advance. And happy holidays to you people.
26th December 2014, 02:58 PM |#29  
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I don't have my Nexus 7 with me but if you want to know the free space of /system, it's just about zero in my case. Had to remove some stuff or I couldn't even install busybox.
26th December 2014, 03:39 PM |#30  
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I don't have my Nexus 7 with me but if you want to know the free space of /system, it's just about zero in my case. Had to remove some stuff or I couldn't even install busybox.

No I wanted to see the exact digits for available memory. Reclaiming memory from components that don't need it. Wanted to see how much it increased exactly.
26th December 2014, 04:34 PM |#31  
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No I wanted to see the exact digits for available memory. Reclaiming memory from components that don't need it. Wanted to see how much it increased exactly.

Total mem: 996644
Used: 964572
Free: 32072
Shared: 0
Buffers: 59092

-/+ Buffers: Used 905480 Free 91164

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