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7th June 2013, 02:46 PM |#51  
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Flashed the zip.
Rebooted to ROM EOS4 117 kk 103.
reboot to recovery and indeed I have 2.5.0.0
reboot to ROM - it boots but in notification I get triangle with 'overclocking not applied'

I went to EOS Control Center and indeed my overclock on boot to 1400 was all set back to 1000
I reset it and reboot, NG

cannot overclock until I restore my backup before installing TWRP 2.5.0.0
so I'm back to 2.3.2.3 and overclocked 1400 with nightly 117 & kk103

Shouldn't be linked to the recovery.

The criteria for not applying the overclock is based onto the time between the reboots. (4 mins minimum)
So if you reboot/flash too close from each other, it'll not apply the overclocking.
Wait a few minutes (It's using thtt for the test which checks that the last reboot was done more than 240 seconds ago), and reboot and it'll be applied again.
It's there to make sure you don't brick your tablet in case you overclock to a value too high and that it constantly crashes.
If it crashes right after one other crash, the overclock is reset that way and you can boot.
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7th June 2013, 03:46 PM |#52  
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Shouldn't be linked to the recovery.

The criteria for not applying the overclock is based onto the time between the reboots. (4 mins minimum)
So if you reboot/flash too close from each other, it'll not apply the overclocking.
Wait a few minutes (It's using thtt for the test which checks that the last reboot was done more than 240 seconds ago), and reboot and it'll be applied again.
It's there to make sure you don't brick your tablet in case you overclock to a value too high and that it constantly crashes.
If it crashes right after one other crash, the overclock is reset that way and you can boot.

Thanks for the explanation and hint. I've now waited 5 minutes between each reboot and now recovery is 2.5.0.0 and overclocking works in EOS CC as usual. Thank you!
7th June 2013, 04:35 PM |#53  
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I then tried to flash my ROM Gapps & kernal, and each time I did it wiped my apps. I tried the advanced and the 'most times tis is the only wipe you'll need.' wipes. When in the advanced I tried to NOT do a factory reset, but both times that seems to what I got. The screens/choices are not the same so probable confused me but I tried for an hour, my battery needs recharging after so many restores/flashes/reboots.

Could not replicate:
Started at EOS117/KK103lidpatch/whatever gapps
Wipe/Advanced: checked Dalvik, System, Cache (Not Data)
Flashed 116/same KK/same gapps
Clicked wipe Cache/Dalvik button (probably not necessary)
Rebooted
Data/Apps still there

Did the same thing back to EOS 117, worked fine, no data-loss. I think somewhere, you must have wiped data along the way.

I'll agree that the default wipe option isn't absolutely ideal for MY usage model - I am generally just applying latest EOS version over an older version without data-wiping and no issues, but it probably is for a lot/most of the flashers. The advanced wipe feature is great (though someday I am sure I will inadvertently check SDC, just because I am like that) and a little bit of a time-saver.
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9th June 2013, 12:49 PM |#54  
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Strange behaviour here :
wipe cache, dalvik and system
flash EOS latest nightly
flash gapps
flash kat kernel 103
wipe cache, dalvik again
boot
try to install the fixes using the kat app (mediascanner, gps and adblock) and all 3 fail...

doing the same with old recovery works fine

maybe the kernel doesn't get fully installed?

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9th June 2013, 07:37 PM |#55  
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Sometimes the fixes only partially install here too, I just try a couple times and they eventually stick.
9th June 2013, 10:46 PM |#56  
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Strange behaviour here :
wipe cache, dalvik and system
flash EOS latest nightly
flash gapps
flash kat kernel 103
wipe cache, dalvik again
boot
try to install the fixes using the kat app (mediascanner, gps and adblock) and all 3 fail...

doing the same with old recovery works fine

maybe the kernel doesn't get fully installed?

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I actually had kat app not work as well, wiped delvik/cache and flashed ROM and gapps again and it worked fine, thought maybe it was just the ROM, but may be recovery?
10th June 2013, 01:43 AM |#57  
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Guess there's no consensus to move this out of beta yet.

If there is a real problem, will Goo manager flash the current twrp2.3.2.3 version over this?
Is there a 2.3.2.3 zip?

Has anyone gone back?

Can't say I've had any problems with 2.3.2.3.

Just a little cautious when it comes to recoveries and bootloaders.

Running Josteink's 10.1 daylies, works great, just wanted to say thanks again for all you work on the TF101 and this recovery.

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10th June 2013, 06:50 AM |#58  
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If there is a real problem, will Goo manager flash the current twrp2.3.2.3 version over this?
Is there a 2.3.2.3 zip?

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Yes. And no.

But it would be fairly simple to package one.

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12th June 2013, 08:02 AM |#59  
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any word on this coming out of beta, it has been working great for me
12th June 2013, 08:10 PM |#60  
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FYI,
I just used GOO manager to flash back to 2.3.2.3 from the 2.5.0.0 beta.

All seems fine.
I used 2.3.2.3 to flash josteinks 6/12 nightly build w/o issue.

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Originally Posted by jacobsensei

Guess there's no consensus to move this out of beta yet.

If there is a real problem, will Goo manager flash the current twrp2.3.2.3 version over this?
Is there a 2.3.2.3 zip?

Has anyone gone back?

Can't say I've had any problems with 2.3.2.3.

Just a little cautious when it comes to recoveries and bootloaders.

Running Josteink's 10.1 daylies, works great, just wanted to say thanks again for all you work on the TF101 and this recovery.

Sent from my Transformer

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13th June 2013, 12:38 AM |#61  
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The download link doesn't work in the OP?

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---------- Post added at 07:38 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:05 PM ----------

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The download link doesn't work in the OP?

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work ! ok

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