5.1.1 LG G2 VanirAOSP L51 Branch - Lollipop Based ROM CAF Builds

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IOmega666

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Tried WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger calls, so far, so good but Skype doesn't work, whenever I try to call it just restarts, the app I mean, weird, anyone with this problem?
 

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Tried WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger calls, so far, so good but Skype doesn't work, whenever I try to call it just restarts, the app I mean, weird, anyone with this problem?

Please read the answer posted by sudosurootdev on his website (especially the part in bold):

sudosurootdev said:
Only problem is that I don’t see any log or solution. Maybe it is fixed in the framework or HAL, so you all will have to let me know if it has improved. If not I’ll try to get it working, at least audio. I built and posted a fresh set of L5 builds because there were lots of updates, which I think Dave is still building for Exodus… which is what they were talking about. I also posted updated L51 builds, and I am now building L51 builds now with Android 5.1 revision 5 updates merged. So, I have been very busy. Like I said, let me know if it is improved in any of the builds. If not, since I built updated L5 builds, I am now back to only building L51 daily, and since I am building with 5.1 revision 5 merged, I’ll have more time to debug, fix, and keep improving L51. By the way, if the audio is not fixed in the builds that I am building now, if you can pull a long logcat while trying to use skype that will help a lot. Use: `adb logcat -v long > logcat.txt` to start. Thanks for the info, update, and for your dedication, and support. I’ll keep working my ass off for you all!

Personally I don't own G2, but I'm really interested about these things.
 

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Please read the answer posted by sudosurootdev on his website (especially the part in bold):
Personally I don't own G2, but I'm really interested about these things.

Thanks man, didn't see that, gonna log that stuff.

Aside from that, ROM is working buttery smooth, got no random freezes or reboots so far, all more than nice.
 

KevTheGuy

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Logcat

I recorded a logcat using Logcat Extreme, of trying to call "Echo Test" on skype and it crashed for me as well. I tried to do it as fast as possible so the log could be shorter , anyway , I hope it helps somehow.
Also thanks a lot for your hard work, sudosurootdev! I'll make a donation whenever I get the chance :)
 

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So, i never really bother with the whole battery life thing. But just realized that after flashing the 4/08 L5 build, the battery is pretty bad. Just an observation. I always am able to charge my phone so it doesn't affect me.
 

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So, i never really bother with the whole battery life thing. But just realized that after flashing the 4/08 L5 build, the battery is pretty bad. Just an observation. I always am able to charge my phone so it doesn't affect me.

It says held awake for 1.5hrs, your signal looks bad, and 67% from app usage. Then you have WiFi, Bluetooth, so you probably have location & NFC--basically got all the works on your G2.

Anyway, since your signal is low you should just switch to 2G b/c it shows you're using WiFi anyway. If you don't need all 150+ services from Google Play services you can use the Disable Service app to disable running components of it. Its quite the bloated app now.

Sent From Capsule Corp.
 

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Latest build on a vs980 and I randomly will have to force reboot because when I go to wake it with double tap or even power button it is stuck on a black screen. Other than that and some battery drain it is great. Just sucks when my alarm doesn't go off because it's froze lol never had the issue before on other ROMs. In using the kk bootstack with jb modem
Just a note I'm on 041315 build of 5.02. I disabled per app performance profiles and some other default settings to see if it goes away. I have a feeling its something to do with coming out of deep sleep
 
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I tried latest 15/4 5.1 version but i got stuck at sim's pincode. It failed all the time, i couldn't go past that. No log's or nothing.
Fresh install on D802 w/ recommended gapps.
 

Georgepuli

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Vs980 possible mobile data fix

Forgive me if this has been posted before. I was fooling around with the mobile settings and the following settings worked in getting some kind of mobile data. There is no 3g or 4g or lte icon displayed on the status bar, but my speed test gives me around 5Mbps up and down. That seems faster than the 3g speeds I had experienced in this area,so I want to say it's lte.

This worked for me and I use the 12b baseband, YMMV. Try it at your own risk.

1. Settings - > Mobile Network - > preferred network type - > "CDMA+LTE/EVDO"
2. Settings - > Mobile Network - > Access Point Names - > Verizon Internet VZWINTERNET - > scroll all the way down on the "Edit access point" screen and select "Bearer" - > LTE


VANIR version 5.1.041415
Render Kernel R-12
TWRP: 2.8.6.0
 
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Reporting for latest nightly : the ROM is VERY smooth and D2W is working as it should and as for bugs counts I encountered a refuse to wake situation (weird huh!!?) and Skype is still as is ..BTW the Stock kernel is the best to use , other kernels are making some bugs here and there so sticking to stock is the best choice and I have to warn you guys don't format as f2fs and install 5.1 ..u will probably lose TWRP and stuck there until u get back to lg kdz stock.. Thanks
 

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Forgive me if this has been posted before. I was fooling around with the mobile settings and the following settings worked in getting some kind of mobile data. There is no 3g or 4g or lte icon displayed on the status bar, but my speed test gives me around 5Mbps up and down. That seems faster than the 3g speeds I had experienced in this area,so I want to say it's lte.

This worked for me and I use the 12b baseband, YMMV. Try it at your own risk.

1. Settings - > Mobile Network - > preferred network type - > "CDMA+LTE/EVDO"
2. Settings - > Mobile Network - > Access Point Names - > Verizon Internet VZWINTERNET - > scroll all the way down on the "Edit access point" screen and select "Bearer" - > LTE


VANIR version 5.1.041415
Render Kernel R-12
TWRP: 2.8.6.0

Does this stick for you after a reboot? If I get it working and reboot, it locks up at LG G2 screen and then has to rebuild cache after the boot, and then I have to do the same settings again.
 

Georgepuli

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Unfortunately, it doesn't. Found that out the hard way an hour ago. Was away from my home WiFi and couldn't get the apn list populated. Had to come home and do a normal reboot and that restored the apn list.
 

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    Features List: (Full Feature List, per branch, Coming Soon!)
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    NOTE: LS980 requires ZV7 or ZV8 Modem & VS980 requires 12B Modem. Make sure you are using the Jelly Bean Modem!!!
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    PhilZ Touch CWM Recovery LG G2 build of Final Version 6.59.0 (Flashable zips that I built for you all):
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    Use: adb logcat -v long | tee -a logcat.txt ...on Linux and adb logcat -v long -d > logcat.txt ...on Windows.

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    Vanir L5 5.0.2 on LG G2

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    In February builds, commits used from:
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    XDA:DevDB Information
    5.1.1 LG G2 VanirAOSP L51 Branch CAF Kernel Builds, ROM for the LG G2

    Contributors
    sudosurootdev, fritzcola, rootlinux
    Source Code: https://github.com/VanirAOSP/platform_manifest

    ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: JellyBean Radio
    Based On: https://github.com/VanirAOSP

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2015-01-09
    Last Updated 2015-09-13
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    Update

    I see you guys have been wondering what I've been up to, huh??? Do not worry I would never abandon you guys, you guys are the best and are what keeps me going... knowing that there are people who want, and are waiting for my builds... I was going to wait until I was finished and all builds were posted before I shared this with everyone... I have been working non-stop... with about 8 hours sleep this morning... and one day 2 days ago... that's it in the past week... anyway on with the update Chris... :)

    I got my website up, https://sudosurootdev.com ...on my server. I apologize for not answering and checking in here, but I was literally working non-stop. I wanted to finish so bad, that I would not stop. I was planning on posting this when the builds were complete, but I decided that since they are almost ready I would post it here now, so you guys can read what I've been doing, and so everyone knows that there will be builds posted a little bit later. The good news is that when I post them, every one of the audio issues should be fixed for good!!! You can read about everything that I have been doing on my website... including a little fact finding to set some things straight :D that I decided to share with everyone. So let everyone with a G2 know that builds will be posted a little bit later today, with the STOCK KERNEL!!! That's right! Anyway I have to get back to check on my build that is running now.

    By the way, I saw a post from Vanir's changelog... that revert you saw was because I moved gps.conf into device directories a long time ago, then I saw Nuke merged upstream CM changes into the D800 D801 D802 & VS980 ...which did that same thing but under a configs subdirectory... and so there were 2 gps.conf in each of those devices... I just had to fix that when I saw it. :)

    I will post back here soon, when my completed builds are posted.
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    I hope you guys are getting issues, or questions figured out the best you can. I'm working my ass of for you. ? I just wanted to take a break for a second and touch base with everyone, to let you know what I've been up to.

    I've been working on the kernel all day long. Actually 2 versions... Wait no actually 7 versions... Yes I said 7 versions! ?

    I've been updating and working on the sound for the kernel that I've been using, so that I can hopefully fix the audio issues... which can be a pain in the butt because audio functions tie into video functions and one change requires another and another and so on... and then I decided, screw everyone else's work, and everyone else's kernel... I'm starting fresh!

    So I have the stock ls980 ZVC kernel, which I'm going to update myself. But I realized that will just bring me some of the issues that I've seen before with everyone who has a stock based kernel... Many are based on a D800 kernel or D802 kernel and they had issues with ls980 or vs980, etc... So most likely if I used the ls980 kernel for all, then the d800's & vs980 variants would have issues.

    So my solution is that I'm going to have a separate kernel for each variant to avoid these problems. I'm downloading the stock kernels now. And then the fun begins! A LOT OF WORK! Most of the work will be the same to all variants, but having the correct base for all will reduce the risk of problems on one or two variants. So, it may be a little bit before they are ready, until then I'll keep building with the current kernel... and working to fix that kernel's audio too.

    If I get time, and I'm not too tired, once I get those all downloaded and pushed to my Github repo, each on its own branch (makes it simpler to sync that way), then I'll checkout my current L5 branch and try to get some fresh builds posted. If not tonight (it is 12:32 am now), I'll definitely post builds tomorrow.

    Sent from my LS980 4G using Tapatalk
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    Sorry about the delay. You may have noticed that my website is down also. I went to delete a directory and what was in the directory I was in `rm -rf *`, as root, and I accidentally hit the forward slash before the asterisk... `rm -rf /*` which deleted everything... /bin /etc /var /usr ...I tried to hit CTRL + C as soon as I did it but because my server is so fast it was all gone instantly. I had no ls no wget no curl no nothing to try to fix it... all I could do was cd. Thank God for Github!!! So they re-installed Ubuntu for me real quick. I've got everything set up to build now, I just finished syncing, and I'm going to start building now... then after the builds are finished I'll have to rebuild my website... it sucks that I lost my posts... I was liking posting blog updates like that... and I had it set up decent. So, I've got to get back to it and then I'll let you guys know when everything is ready.
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    Good Things Coming!

    Hey guys, I finished the builds early this morning/late last night. I just updated the kernel a bit, and I'm testing now. But I've been thinking a lot...

    I know it has been a little while since I've been able to look through the posts here, and apply specific fixes, feature requests, etc... which I don't like. I want to be able to stay active in the thread, and get feedback from you guys, about any issues that you have or any features that you want to see... it is nice knowing I'm building something that works for you and that you all like. So I have kind of come up with a plan, a way to reduce a lot of my work, and also solve my server issues. I was looking around trying to figure out what I am going to do regarding build servers, because the two servers that I have running are going to be shut off at any time (I'm surprised they aren't already).

    So, I've realized that I need a dedicated server. It is a lot cheaper (overall - you pay per month ahead), still real powerful or more (depending on cost), I pay up front which I like better than paying by how much I use (that adds up TOO FAST), and the LAST BUT DEFINITELY NOT LEAST reason... a dedicated server is more permanent to me!!!

    That is what got me thinking a lot. I am going to set it up to automate as much as possible... add build scripts, which build each build, every night, for each device, using cron jobs to start them up. It will sync my sources, then build each, and I will even have them put the builds on AndroidFileHost with sftp... all I will have to do is move them from my account there to the public G2 devices. That will save me a lot of time, frustration, and a lot of LATE LIGHTS! That will free up time for me to focus on the code, focus on you guys, and on what you want!!! And take a lot of stress out of my life... which makes the days & the work easier!!!

    I've found a great discount that I'm using to get 15% off every month for life on a 16 core dedicated AMD server. (I had the same server with 64 cores and max everything about a year ago... now that was fast!!!)

    So, with current donations from both Paypal and Google Wallet, plus my cash, I think I can afford it. As always, any help is appreciated. There are a few options most of you know SSD vs HDD, amount of RAM, etc... but those are the 2 changes that depend on how much I can afford. So, I may have to go with HHD, where I would prefer SSD (Solid State Drive) when building and dealing with complex data that is used in Android builds. We'll just have to see, where I am when I get their email that it is ready. I should get the email from them today to finalize everything and get it paid for and then start setting it up. I'd like to start setting it up before they shut down the others, so I can setup the build scripts, test it, and still have those as back up, if I'm not ready.

    So, just to let you all know... I am not going away!!! I will be here till no one owns a G2... LOL!!! And like I said I'll be here more... It may take me a day or two, to get the new server set up, but this will allow me to focus on what you guys want.... which is what I want! A build that has what all users want!!! :)
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