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[ROM] [4.2.2] [ No-name CM10.1 nightlies ] [ Standard & Linaro ] [TF101 / TF101G]

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22nd February 2013, 04:43 PM |#41  
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/storage/emulated/0

It seems to be full of my old stuff...although i did a full wipe.

EDIT: It's a 4.3 GB file on my tab
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22nd February 2013, 04:51 PM |#42  
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That is your sd card.

That never gets wiped unless you wipe internal storage. You probably don't want to do that.

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And nandroid doesn't back that up. And you don't need to either

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22nd February 2013, 05:05 PM |#44  
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If you don't mind could you explain something for me then...I have

Using Total Commander as my file explore, I go to the "home/root" screen this is what I see

SD-Card Total Commander shows the path as /storage/emulated/0
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SD-Card (2) Total Commander shows the path as /storage/sdcard1 (when I initially downloaded my ROMS and stuff, I put them on the physical SD card...this is where they are appearing.

If I go into /storage these are the folders I see

emulated
sdcard0
sdcard1
sdcard2
usbdisk0
usbdisk1

Is it just me or does this seem unnecessarily messy? I'm not sure if this is a DEV issue or not, but thanks for your help! It seems to be a stable 4.2.2 ROM thus far.
22nd February 2013, 05:58 PM |#45  
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Josteink, thanks for all your comments, I'm back in.
Last nights build seems to have fixed some process errors for me.

It seems quicker and smoother.

I moved all my files out of legacy, so there's no easy way back now.

Thanks for all your work.

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22nd February 2013, 06:11 PM |#46  
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Currently running non-linaro, 20130221 nightly with TWRP recovery and standard GAPPS.

All running really well.

HDMI is working, (not sure if this has been checked before).

GPS works with extra file, (gps.conf). Only get up to 6 sats in view and tracked and takes 2-3 minutes to lock, even with AGPS, but does work.

In built FatKat kernel seems to working well.
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Originally Posted by dbuckham

If you don't mind could you explain something for me then...I have

Using Total Commander as my file explore, I go to the "home/root" screen this is what I see

SD-Card Total Commander shows the path as /storage/emulated/0
and
SD-Card (2) Total Commander shows the path as /storage/sdcard1 (when I initially downloaded my ROMS and stuff, I put them on the physical SD card...this is where they are appearing.

If I go into /storage these are the folders I see

emulated
sdcard0
sdcard1
sdcard2
usbdisk0
usbdisk1

Is it just me or does this seem unnecessarily messy? I'm not sure if this is a DEV issue or not, but thanks for your help! It seems to be a stable 4.2.2 ROM thus far.

Ok, so here is a rundown:
sdcard1 is the microSD
sdcard2 is the dock SD
usbdisk0&1 are the two USB ports.

sdcard0 is the internal storage for the current user (also /sdcard/)

/storage/emulated/0/ is the primary user (only SuperUser). This is mounted as /sdcard/ and /storage/sdcard0/ when logged in.

If you add users, the second user has data stored at /storage/emulated/10/. When they are logged on, this folder is mounted at /sdcard/ and also /storage/sdcard0/

Additional users will be added in the following order in the /storage/emulated/ directory:
1st user - 0
2nd user - 10
3rd user - 11
4th user - 12
5th user - 13
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22nd February 2013, 06:52 PM |#48  
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Quote:
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Ok, so here is a rundown:
sdcard1 is the microSD
sdcard2 is the dock SD
usbdisk0&1 are the two USB ports.

sdcard0 is the internal storage for the current user (also /sdcard/)

/storage/emulated/0/ is the primary user (only SuperUser). This is mounted as /sdcard/ and /storage/sdcard0/ when logged in.

If you add users, the second user has data stored at /storage/emulated/10/. When they are logged on, this folder is mounted at /sdcard/ and also /storage/sdcard0/

You sir are a scholar and a saint! Thanks much!
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Re: [ROM] [4.2.2] No-name CM10.1 nightlies - Standard & Linaro
definitely will try this rom!

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23rd February 2013, 08:58 AM |#50  
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Thanks for the effort to build this ROM, it's much appreciated!

I'm on the latest Linaro build on a 32GB TF101, with the recommended gapps from timduru and the latest, recommended Kat Kernel. Data and all caches wiped before install, dalvik cache wiped again after install jic.

A little feedback, not to be taken as criticism. I'm sure much of this is to be expected:

* Like others, I am not a fan of the phablet interface. The centered buttons in the system bar, in particular. That and the fact I can't disable the dock on the Home page.

* Google Now doesn't work for me. It comes up and lets me see the tips on first run, but I get an insta-crash (no error message) when it gets to showing my cards. Subsequent attempts to start crash it immediately. I've tried removing and reinstalling the Google Search updates, and Now works fine on the same Google account with my phone. Also tried changing to Hacker Keyboard as I saw that suggested for a similar problem on another rom, but again made no difference.

* The web browser crashed already (no error message) after looking at only a dozen or so pages, and I wasn't even on a very complex page. (Think it was just a Google search, if I recall correctly.)

* Some of the dock keyboard top-row buttons work, but many don't. That's a shame, especially for the touchpad button, which means I can't disable the touchpad.

* Audio is very, very quiet on speakers, even when maxxed out. This can be fixed with KAT Android Toolbox.

* Occasionally in Settings the tablet will go into portrait mode at random, and stay that way until I leave Settings.

* I get a repeatable crash in Settings if I go into Systems :: Quick Settings Panel and then hit the back button. Happens every time.

* I get a repeatable crash in the camera app if I tap the PhotoSphere icon. (It reports a problem with Gallery, then closes.) Happens every time.

* The dock battery isn't recognized and so you can't see its battery level without a third-party app / widget.

* To unmount the SD or MicroSD cards safely, you have to go to Settings :: Storage. There's no undock prompt in notifications.

Overall though, it's very promising and extremely fast. Plenty I haven't tried, but a lot of what I've tested seems to work pretty well. I may give the non-Linaro build a try, although the phablet interface may send me back to 4.1 for now.

Thanks again!

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23rd February 2013, 11:29 AM |#51  
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Hello, the notifiation for "safe removal" should be optional.

Regards
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