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By jug6ernaut, Inactive Recognized Developer on 18th July 2011, 04:26 PM
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18th July 2011, 05:31 PM |#11  
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Will try it out if enough people give good feedback, lol.
18th July 2011, 05:40 PM |#12  
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Deodexing... From what I understand so far
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Originally Posted by jug6ernaut

I would appreciate it, I won't b able to until around 4cst. Granted I'm running this on an deobexed rom.

/me admits his knowledge of compatibility between deobexed/obexed is very lacking lol

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I think I would need some of the 2.3.3 framework to do it though..

Basically,
Each .apk has a "classes.dex" file in it.. when a .apk or .jar for that matter has an .odex file associated with it. whish is the case with the Atrix and other phones too... what has happened is that the "Classes.dex" file has been taken out of the .apk/.jar file and placed in a .odex form. this way it is device spacific and cannot be moddified or replaced using generic .apk/.jar files .. i.e. customized ...

he reason it is "working" for you, is because your phone is the spacific device these files were made for... so it isn't crapping out. At least, i think this is the reason...

In order to run a deodex on these file though, I would need some of the reference files that they are dependant on in order to run the script to do so. hat is the "Boot class file paths" that you see below...

I am glad to see these are seeming to fix the problem though. I will see what I can do, but I am getting errors running the script:

Code:
D:\Atrix\Baksmali>java -jar baksmali-1.2.6.jar -x Ba


Error occured while loading boot class path files. A
org.jf.dexlib.Util.ExceptionWithContext: Cannot loca
.odex
        at org.jf.dexlib.Code.Analysis.ClassPath.loa
a:237)
        at org.jf.dexlib.Code.Analysis.ClassPath.ini
5)
        at org.jf.dexlib.Code.Analysis.ClassPath.Ini
ssPath.java:110)
        at org.jf.baksmali.baksmali.disassembleDexFi
        at org.jf.baksmali.main.main(main.java:278)
18th July 2011, 06:03 PM |#13  
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ok tried this out on kens gb rom, started at 96, played a game got it down to 93, rebooted into cwm, wiped dav and batt stats, rebooted, was still at 93. so im letting it get down to 85 or so and see if it keeps. this may be the fix for this. i thank you so much for it working this good jug, and hope it is implemented soon.
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18th July 2011, 06:23 PM |#14  
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i have cherry 0.5b, i go in recovery with 83%, i flash this zip, no wipecache no wipe stats no wipe and when i reboot i have 83%, it's work well, and it work with deodex
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18th July 2011, 06:24 PM |#15  
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I just did the following
- Phone was at 70%, restarted
- Phone then read 90%
- Installed this
- Phone still reads 90%, I will restart at lunch time in a few hours to see if it jumps at all

I am running Kenneth's stock 2.3.4 ROM

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18th July 2011, 06:30 PM |#16  
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ok phone at 87, rebooting.....

edit: phone still at 87, YAY!!!!!!!!
18th July 2011, 06:33 PM |#17  
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Was at 73 before and after reboot, seems to be fixed so far...
18th July 2011, 06:36 PM |#18  
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Did the following:
-phone was showing 96% (about 3 hours ago)
-installed this (didn't wipe dalvik cache or battery stats)
-restarted and was showing 96%
-been using the phone for the last Hour
-phone showed 76%
-restarted
-phone is still showing 76%

Great finally with have a working solution

PS:why should I wipe dalvik cache?

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18th July 2011, 06:57 PM |#19  
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Thanks just flashed this. Battery reads the same after reboot. Hopefully it will keep on working.

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18th July 2011, 07:03 PM |#20  
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This seems to be working for me. Battery level persisted through multiple reboots. Flashed over Ken's 4.5 beta.
18th July 2011, 07:52 PM |#21  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by humjaba

I just did the following
- Phone was at 70%, restarted
- Phone then read 90%
- Installed this
- Phone still reads 90%, I will restart at lunch time in a few hours to see if it jumps at all

I am running Kenneth's stock 2.3.4 ROM

Thanks!

This is interesting since your % is staying at the high post reboot bump while everyone else installed before reboot and % is staying at the lower prereboot bump level.
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