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18th January 2014, 01:38 AM |#1751  
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Well I was never really happy with 5.2.4 so you'll be getting version 5.3 tomorrow It has many fixes and tweaks as listed below. Priority is stability now. Although these tweaks will produce an extra 400 points in Quadrant on average

elesbb and I have made some progress with the cromi control issues. For now I would recommend you don't use it - hopefully we'll have a patch out soon to make it safe again. If you do end up in a bootloop the only known fix right now is a data format.

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18/01/2014 - v5.3 CROMi-X
o Recompiled framework-res.apk with TF701T default wallpaper. Goodbye Asus Tree
o Fixed Google Keyboard not defaulting on clean install when Asus keyboard is not installed
o Fixed the minutes of lag after installing apps from the play store - it's seconds now - but much better now
o Fixed older version of hunds app in deodex version
o Fixed older version of GPU UV in odex version
o Fixed missing battery widget on odex version
o Extracted libs from Google Keyboard so it can go back to /system/app
o Extracted libs from Google Search so velvet.apk can go back to system/app
o Updated and Extracted libs from Google Framework Services so GmsCore.apk can go back to system/app
o Changes to 50CleanTWeaks script for vm tweaks - should do much better with lag. See below url for explanations
https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/sysctl/vm.txt
Removed the following kernel tweaks - probably better leaving them default for now:
echo "0" > /proc/sys/vm/panic_on_oom
echo "0" > /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.drop_caches=3
Changed
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_ratio=90 from 22
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_background_ratio=70 from 4
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.min_free_kbytes=5572 from 4096
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.vfs_cache_pressure=10 from 50
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_expire_centisecs=200 from 3000
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_writeback_centisecs=500
o Re-added optimized remounts on boot on /data /cache and /system
o Updated the 3D processing fps limits from LetMeKnow in CPU2.sh and CPU3.sh
logi "setprop persist.tegra.NV_FPSLIMIT 1"
setprop persist.tegra.NV_FPSLIMIT 1
logi "setprop persist.sys.NV_FPSLIMIT 90"
setprop persist.sys.NV_FPSLIMIT 90
o Build.prop edits:
Removed:
windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=200
wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=180
persist.android.strictmode=0
ro.vold.umsdirtyratio=20
ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=0
com.qc.hardware=true
debug.enabletr=true
debug.sf.hw=true
net.tcp.buffersize.default=4096,87380,256960,4096, 16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.edge=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.gprs=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.umts=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.wifi=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
windowsmgr.support_rotation_270=true
o Updated Extreme Tweaks version to 1.6. Thanks LetMeKnow.
o Updated ES FIle Explorer to version 3.0.9.1
o Updated YouTube to version 5.3.32
o Updated Google Text to Speech to latest version
o Updated Gravity Box to version 2.9.2
o Fixed Xposed not loading after a clean install - modules still need to be toggled off/on and a single reboot per module
o Removed lagfix. Since I stopped using it I have not had any data corruption. It's on the play store if you want it

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18th January 2014, 04:23 AM |#1752  
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Well I was never really happy with 5.2.4 so you'll be getting version 5.3 tomorrow It has many fixes and tweaks as listed below. Priority is stability now. Although these tweaks will produce an extra 400 points in Quadrant on average

That's great news. I have been doing dirty flashovers of 5.x until now and the tablet is getting more and more murky. Good chance to wipe and start over.

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18th January 2014, 09:45 AM |#1753  
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sweet mate ill flash this later on today
18th January 2014, 10:22 AM |#1754  
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So, from now on, it is not recommended to use lagfix?
18th January 2014, 10:34 AM |#1755  
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So, from now on, it is not recommended to use lagfix?

You can use it and I think what the app does is safe but it is badly programmed. It reports it has finished when it hasn't. If you then reboot while it is still running you run risk of corruption. Some users run it from tasker with a scheduled reboot. I have seen it still running 20 mins after it says it has finished. It also let's you trim the system and cache partitions which is not necessary on our devices. I'd rather not provide it right now - use it if you want it's available on the store It definitely does help if you run it every month or so.

All I'm saying is that I used to suffer data corruption on the /data partition every couple of months. Since I stopped using this app in September last year I haven't corrupted. Could be linked.

If you want to check if your data partition is getting corrupted, in twrp unmount data and then run the following command in the terminal emulator in twrp.

e2fsck -fvyD /dev/block/mmcblk0p8

Substitute to mmcblk1p2 if you are on data2sd or rom2sd

If you see lots of inode issues you have a corrupted data parition. The only fix is to format it with the format data button or use the following command

mke2fs -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p8
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18th January 2014, 10:37 AM |#1756  
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You can use it and I think what the app does is safe but it is badly programmed. It reports it has finished when it hasn't. If you then reboot while it is still running you run risk of corruption. Some users run it from tasker with a scheduled reboot. I have seen it still running 20 mins after it says it has finished. It also let's you trim the system and cache partitions which is not necessary on our devices. I'd rather not provide it right now - use it if you want it's available on the store It definitely does help if you run it every month or so.

All I'm saying is that I used to suffer data corruption on the /data partition every couple of months. Since I stopped using this app in September last year I haven't corrupted. Could be linked.

If you want to check if your data partition is getting corrupted, in twrp unmount data and then run the following command in the terminal emulator in twrp.

e2fsck -fvyD /dev/block/mmcblk0p8

Substitute to mmcblk1p2 if you are on data2sd or rom2sd

If you see lots of inode issues you have a corrupted data parition. The only fix is to format it with the format data button or use the following command

mke2fs -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p8

Ok, understood. I will do it to be sure.

Edit. This is the result:

/dev/block/mmcblk0p8: ***** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED *****

31655 INODES USED (1.80%)
493 non-contiguous files (1.6%)
44 non-contiguous directories (0.1%)
# of inodes with ind/dind/tind blocks: 0/0/0
Extend depth histogram:

31372
/
97
4397284 blocks used (62.58%)
0 bad blocks
1 large files

29460 regular files
2008 directories
0 character device files
0 block device files
1 fifo
0 links
176 symbolic links
(176 fast symbolic links)
1 socket
----------
31646 files



That means I should format data?
18th January 2014, 11:29 AM |#1757  
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Ok, understood. I will do it to be sure.

Edit. This is the result:

/dev/block/mmcblk0p8: ***** FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED *****

31655 INODES USED (1.80%)
493 non-contiguous files (1.6%)
44 non-contiguous directories (0.1%)
# of inodes with ind/dind/tind blocks: 0/0/0
Extend depth histogram:

31372
/
97
4397284 blocks used (62.58%)
0 bad blocks
1 large files

29460 regular files
2008 directories
0 character device files
0 block device files
1 fifo
0 links
176 symbolic links
(176 fast symbolic links)
1 socket
----------
31646 files



That means I should format data?

No that means you are clean
18th January 2014, 11:30 AM |#1758  
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Thumbs up CROMi-X 5.3 Released!
IMPORTANT NOTE
elesbb and I have made some progress with the cromi control issues. For now I would recommend you don't use it - hopefully we'll have a patch out soon to make it safe again. If you do end up in a bootloop the only known fix right now is a data format. DO NOT TRY TO UNINSTALL IT AS IT HAS A BUG THAT WILL CAUSE YOU TO BOOTLOOP

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18/01/2014 CROMi-X v5.3 Full ROM
o Recompiled framework-res.apk with TF701T default wallpaper. Goodbye Asus Tree
o Fixed Google Keyboard not defaulting on clean install when Asus keyboard is not installed
o Fixed the minutes of lag after installing apps from the play store - it's seconds now - but much better now
o Fixed older version of hunds app in deodex version
o Fixed older version of GPU UV in odex version
o Fixed missing battery widget on odex version
o Extracted libs from Google Keyboard so it can go back to /system/app
o Extracted libs from Google Search so velvet.apk can go back to system/app
o Updated and Extracted libs from Google Framework Services so GmsCore.apk can go back to system/app
o Changes to 50CleanTWeaks script for vm tweaks - should do much better with lag. See below url for explanations
https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/sysctl/vm.txt
Removed the following kernel tweaks - probably better leaving them default for now:
echo "0" > /proc/sys/vm/panic_on_oom
echo "0" > /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.drop_caches=3
Changed
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_ratio=90 from 22
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_background_ratio=70 from 4
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.min_free_kbytes=5572 from 4096
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.vfs_cache_pressure=10 from 50
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_expire_centisecs=200 from 3000
/system/xbin/sysctl -w vm.dirty_writeback_centisecs=500
o Re-added optimized remounts on boot on /data /cache and /system
o Updated the 3D processing fps limits from LetMeKnow in CPU2.sh and CPU3.sh
logi "setprop persist.tegra.NV_FPSLIMIT 1"
setprop persist.tegra.NV_FPSLIMIT 1
logi "setprop persist.sys.NV_FPSLIMIT 90"
setprop persist.sys.NV_FPSLIMIT 90
o Build.prop edits:
Removed:
wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=180
persist.android.strictmode=0
ro.vold.umsdirtyratio=20
ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=0
com.qc.hardware=true
debug.enabletr=true
debug.sf.hw=true
net.tcp.buffersize.default=4096,87380,256960,4096, 16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.edge=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.gprs=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.umts=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.wifi=4096,87380,256960,4096,163 84,256960
windowsmgr.support_rotation_270=true
o Updated Extreme Tweaks version to 1.6. Thanks LetMeKnow.
o Updated ES FIle Explorer to version 3.0.9.1
o Updated YouTube to version 5.3.32
o Updated Google Text to Speech to latest version
o Updated Gravity Box to version 2.9.2
o Fixed Xposed not loading after a clean install - modules still need to be toggled off/on and a single reboot per module
o Removed lagfix. Since I stopped using it I have not had any data corruption. It's on the play store if you want it

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18th January 2014, 11:31 AM |#1759  
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No that means you are clean

Ok, then I misunderstood the log . Thanks a lot, downloading 5.3 right now.
18th January 2014, 11:45 AM |#1760  
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Ok, then I misunderstood the log . Thanks a lot, downloading 5.3 right now.

If you have inode errors you'll have thousands of lines telling you that it has to readjust them as they are wrong. It'll be very obvious

Yours just reports what is used which is good
18th January 2014, 03:31 PM |#1761  
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Originally Posted by sbdags

You can use it and I think what the app does is safe but it is badly programmed. It reports it has finished when it hasn't. If you then reboot while it is still running you run risk of corruption. Some users run it from tasker with a scheduled reboot. I have seen it still running 20 mins after it says it has finished. It also let's you trim the system and cache partitions which is not necessary on our devices. I'd rather not provide it right now - use it if you want it's available on the store It definitely does help if you run it every month or so.

All I'm saying is that I used to suffer data corruption on the /data partition every couple of months. Since I stopped using this app in September last year I haven't corrupted. Could be linked.

If you want to check if your data partition is getting corrupted, in twrp unmount data and then run the following command in the terminal emulator in twrp.

e2fsck -fvyD /dev/block/mmcblk0p8

Substitute to mmcblk1p2 if you are on data2sd or rom2sd

If you see lots of inode issues you have a corrupted data parition. The only fix is to format it with the format data button or use the following command

mke2fs -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p8

Well, thanks for that. Easily demonstrated that after multiple flashovers data partition was a train wreck, explaining how wonky my TF300T has been. Wiping and starting fresh with 5.3.


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