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I will try to make a copy paste and run solution for you.
But keep in mind that 2.2 is not stable, so some solution will works, but might erase your 2.2 data.
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Table of Content
X10 Custom ROM 2.2 AOSP Bug List and Fixes
Tools Usage FAQ Section
More FAQ Section
Batch file for quick fix
Configuring Command Prompt
First we need to enable your quick copy paste in command prompt.
Open command prompt by invoking WIN + R, type cmd.exe.. then press enter. Then follow the guide in pictures below.
With this you can copy codes from forum, and paste to command prompt by using right click.
Download the tools.zip
Then extract into a directory named TOOLS. So we had a common root directory for solving all solution. To open the command prompt to the tools directory, simply double click cmd.bat in the TOOLS folder. If you see a new commands attachment below, just download and replace the files. I will keep adding shortcut for you to use.
Download the commands.zip and extract into TOOLS directory. The zip file contains bat files that can be use as shortcut to invoking adb commands.
Android Debug Bridge commands
Text files in Android is in Unix format, you need an editor which capable of editing Unix format to have it modified properly.
You can try to look for UltraEdit for it. There still a lot of UNIX format capable editor out there if you don't like UltraEdit.
In order to properly analyze your problem, you must include a logcat log which usually contains the error. To get a logcat log, run logcat.bat or run this code in cmd window
adb logcat > logcat.txt
Then when you submit a log file copy paste, do in [CODE] block so.
Things you need to know in 2.2 Custom ROM
SD card cannot be mounted as USB to your PC
2.2 Custom ROM have its data partition inside your FreeX10 folder in SD card. Because of this, you cannot dismount SD card and mount to your PC because 2.2 Custom ROM requires the data partition to be always mounted.
2.2 Custom ROM was compiled with CPU governor set to Performance, meaning that your X10 run on 1Ghz constantly, even during idle. Download and install SetCPU to fix this.
Dual boot, and you can't go back to 2.1
Instead of press and hold any button, you should keep on clicking any button you like. Click it all the way until you see SE 2.1 boot, or 2.2 Custom ROM boot if you changed your boot priority. Any key will work, but i haven't tried camera, and power button for it.
Things you don't need to ask in 2.2 Custom ROM
- Its laggy and slow everywhere
- Laggy flash videos
- "Chipmunk" sound during call
- Music, Video and Camera problem
- Random reboot here and there
2.2 Custom ROM is not alpha yet, do not need to ask this question again and again. As the development goes, things will get improved. The devs know this happens.
Things what might not be implemented in 2.2 Custom ROM
- Translations to another language