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11th November 2014, 06:22 AM |#1251  
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Wow, this is just great now i'll finally go ahead and flash this last time had a bad experience with the wifi not working :P btw can i ask a dev with a build of 5.0 and written in the changelog flo: Readd noauto_da_alloc to fix horrific I/O performance is it fixed in this build of yours also...? and this is really a bug i can confirm its not fake... as when i was going through the dev preview last time my Flo was working great until after 15 mins it just started to stutter like hell... nothing was on nor i had made any changes to the tab =/
11th November 2014, 06:23 AM |#1252  
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Wow, this is just great now i'll finally go ahead and flash this last time had a bad experience with the wifi not working :P btw can i ask a dev with a build of 5.0 and written in the changelog flo: Readd noauto_da_alloc to fix horrific I/O performance is it fixed in this build of yours also...? and this is really a bug i can confirm its not fake... as when i was going through the dev preview last time my Flo was working great until after 15 mins it just started to stutter like hell... nothing was on nor i had made any changes to the tab =/

I have not noticed that problem and have not made the commit to this tree.

You should install busybox and a terminal emulator and fstrim the file system like this...

# fstrim -v /system
# fstrim -v /data
# fstrim -v /cache

Then reboot
11th November 2014, 06:25 AM |#1253  
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okay thanks for the quick reply i'll reply if i find anything... i'll test out the latest build and again thanks for such hard work...
11th November 2014, 06:28 AM |#1254  
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I have not noticed that problem and have not made the commit to this tree.

You should install busybox and a terminal emulator and fstrim the file system like this...

# fstrim -v /system
# fstrim -v /data
# fstrim -v /cache

Then reboot

What Is THis For SCOTT

---------- Post added at 11:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:56 AM ----------

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Build 6 is up!



The following changes were made...

  • File system install instead of block install
  • Added Google Location Services to framework
  • Fixed a root issue that couple DEB users were having



The ROM is now like a standard ROM install as far as the system.dat vs a /system install. What does this mean? It means you edit the ROM now like add your own apps, take things out and repost it with your changes (as long as credit is given).

Edit: I posted a Diff of all changes made from Source to this ROM. Its in post #2 for anyone wanting to know the changes that were made to get it where its at.

Enjoy!

Built Link InOp IS V5 Or V6???

Title Is V5
11th November 2014, 06:32 AM |#1255  
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What Is THis For SCOTT

fstrim cleans up the file system. When you read and write to a nand flash cell... ahhhh....

Well, I'm tired... So I am going to quote wikipedia...

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A Trim command (commonly typeset as TRIM) allows an operating system to inform a solid-state drive (SSD) which blocks of data are no longer considered in use and can be wiped internally.[1]

Trim was introduced soon after SSDs started to become an affordable alternative to traditional hard disks. Because low-level operation of SSDs differs significantly from hard drives, the typical way in which operating systems handle operations like deletes and formats resulted in unanticipated progressive performance degradation of write operations on SSDs.[2] Trimming enables the SSD to handle garbage collection overhead, which would otherwise significantly slow down future write operations to the involved blocks, in advance.[3]


I usually use the fstrim on all my ROMS but because I was going for a pure source rom I left it out.
11th November 2014, 06:33 AM |#1256  
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Built Link InOp IS V5 Or V6???

Title Is V5

Thats the Android build...

My build 6 is the 6th iteration of building the ROM.
11th November 2014, 06:36 AM |#1257  
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[QUOTE=scrosler;56655631]Thats the Android build...

My build 6 is the 6th iteration of building the ROM.
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11th November 2014, 06:39 AM |#1258  
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My ROM version is 6

The Android version is 5.
11th November 2014, 06:43 AM |#1259  
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my rom version is 6

the android version is 5.

lol ok thanks
11th November 2014, 07:41 AM |#1261  
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Build 6 running great as a secondary 😀
Thank you!

Cool deal!
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