[Q&A/T] CloudyG2 3.3 -=- [All Variants]

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raptorddd

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Hi, i just want to know if i can change of kernel easly, for example, if i can change of dorimanx kernel to xceed and what's the best away to do that. Thanks.
as far as i know just flashing the kernel i dont know if wiping dalvik and cache is necessary i always just flash

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Is there a way to make RRO Layers work on this ROM? And also, a way to install the Cyanogen Dialer maybe? Thanks!
no RRO layers support on stock rom thats on a AOSP roms this is pure stock rom. but if you dont want that white background try this
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g2/themes-apps/midnight-blue-themed-ux-4-0-theme-t3157766

i dont know about the cm dialer unless some can mod it or if theres is one using xposed idk..
 

carpon

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I've noticed something strange today,
By battery dropped to 60% percent in 8 hours only due to cell standby consumption, anyone know how can i fix it?
 

pdimi70

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I'm already using Dorimax Kernel, should i flash Modem?

Then try Xceed for kernel
and these
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g2/development/boot-g2-hybrid-bootstacks-t3183219
for bootloader (modem included as well)

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Hi, i just want to know if i can change of kernel easly, for example, if i can change of dorimanx kernel to xceed and what's the best away to do that. Thanks.

For deleting DorimanX
In dorimanx app switch selinux to enable.
Reboot.
Check that all ok.
uninstall synapse.
Erase /data/.dori folder
Download new kernel. Flash via recovery.
Reboot. Done.

For flashing Xceed
delete scripts on init.d folder
Flash via recovery, Do a cache/dalvik wipe
Reboot. Done
 
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carpon

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Then try Xceed for kernel
and these
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g2/development/boot-g2-hybrid-bootstacks-t3183219
for bootloader (modem included as well)

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For deleting DorimanX
In dorimanx app switch selinux to enable.
Reboot.
Check that all ok.
uninstall synapse.
Erase /data/.dori folder
Download new kernel. Flash via recovery.
Reboot. Done.

For flashing Xceed
delete scripts on init.d folder
Flash via recovery, Do a cache/dalvik wipe
Reboot. Done


Should i do clean install for the rom before flashing xceed kernel, or flash it over Dorimax with no worries?
 

arshim

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I've noticed something strange today,
By battery dropped to 60% percent in 8 hours only due to cell standby consumption, anyone know how can i fix it?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=63338950

Check this link out to change from DorimanX to Xceed Kernel. Moreover, go through the thread and you'll know that Xceed is a simple yet wonderful kernel especially for people like me who don't wanna manually tweak stuff related to kernel.
 

abatoir

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hey guys good day to all! this rom is some marvelous work from cloudy! love your work bro! so to my issue! since ive installed cloudy3.3 on my vs980 ive not been able to make usb connections between my pc and my phone ! the only way to access my files is to boot into twrp where i get mtp! thanks for the great work! keep it going cloudy!!!!!!!
 

pdimi70

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hey guys good day to all! this rom is some marvelous work from cloudy! love your work bro! so to my issue! since ive installed cloudy3.3 on my vs980 ive not been able to make usb connections between my pc and my phone ! the only way to access my files is to boot into twrp where i get mtp! thanks for the great work! keep it going cloudy!!!!!!!

Try Xceed or DorimanX kernel
By the way with Xceed and Cloudy 3.3 ,my phone flies to the sky!
 

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arshim

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Can anyone please point me to a thread/post with step-by-step guide to install Cloudy G2 3.3 over a D800 that currently has JB 4.2.2 (Ver. D80010o).
I know there are some extra steps to perform for AT&T (D800) phones in order to prepare it for the new ROM. It is relatively easy for VS980 which I've done pretty easily.

I've read a lot of pages here, but there are just too many for me read them all. Any help is appreciated.
 

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    I dont think so, Dori.

    chargerlogo is a binary always been there in the ramdisk by default. The rom use stock kernel so it remained untouched. And there's nothing about it in the system , maybe you mistaken a bit when seeing it in root folder (bc of ramdisk).
    Btw, I think that chargerlogo affect nothing if people using the default kernel or your custom kernel (if it cause issue, your custom kernel may already removed it, and again, if it cause the issue, all stock kernels have rebooting issue)

    Yep, i see that i should deal with this.
    This is a stock binary stuck in ramdisk in stock and my kernel.

    I will see how i can help, strange that i never seen its working on my device.
    But other roms custom.. reporting errors from it, and kernel reboot.
    Stock 30b is quiet...

    Sorry for disturbing you :)
    Its seems to be my problem now, haha.
    Where is my hammer.???


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    I'm using RR 5.4.8 (lollipop 5.1.1).
    Can anyone tell me what I must flash to work on D802?
    In rom thread says that i must only do Full Wipe & Flash rom, but i I read, that some users have to flash another's zip to work rom properly.
    Btw What is bootstack? I search on google and xda, but i don't find the answer.

    Thank you for using the Q&A, as for the several posters above I'm glad they were moved here instead of the development section.

    Basically, the process is very simple. AOSP based roms are kept very simple and they mostly just flash /system files as well as a boot.bin (kernel). There are plenty of other files in your phone, like the recovery, bootloader, modem and others. These are NEVER touched by AOSP roms (unless specified).

    Sometimes, especially with locked bootloaders and restricted device sources, closed-source updates that come from the manufacturer (in this case, LG), update these very crucial folders/files to make them work with new firmware/software updates. This was the case when LG updated the G2 from Kitkat to Lollipop.

    When the official update came into place, they updated the rom (/system), updated the user apps (/data), updated the stock recovery, updated the bootloader to LP and updated a lot of other files/folders including the modem, laf, etc.

    All of these are essential to make a ROM work properly and not updating these causes issues (random reboots, no sound, no knock on, no GPS, etc). As there are many variants for this device, it's very difficult to keep track of what keeps breaking what.

    For this, devs have released a bootstack (a collection of files and folders which you can see here) for each variant that had an official Lollipop release. It updates the bootloader, modem and all the other partitions.

    The bootloader used however, is the KITKAT version, as the lollipop version has no exploit available to have a custom recovery on. Modem is usually LP, although some users report to use KitKat.

    So...what's next?

    If you're on stock lollipop, you NEED a KITKAT bootloader. Use autorec v2 from the playstore and then -> flash LP bootstack. This should get you the necessary bootloader and overwrite the already present LP files/modem
    If you're on stock kitkat, you already HAVE a KITKAT bootloader. If you're missing root, use autorec v1 found in the development section and you're missing what could possibly fix the issues mentioned above, stored in the LP files/modem -> flash LP bootstack.
    If you're on stock jellybean, you don't have EITHER a KITKAT bootloader or the LP modem/files -> flash LP bootstack

    Now here comes the interesting part

    If you're on AOSP without CAF sources, you're using a JELLYBEAN bootloader and have no LP modem/files. You need a KITKAT bootloader to flash CAF roms -> flash LP bootstack
    If you're on AOSP with CAF sources, you're using a KITKAT bootloader and you might or might not have LP modem/files. Might as well -> flash LP bootstack

    If you're still unsure, just read the official instructions (these do the same as the bootstack does, as updating to official lollipop will get you all the lollipop files, and flashing autorec v2 will downgrade the only thing you need, the bootloader, to the KITKAT version)

    Can I upgrade to this ROM from other LP ROM?
    - I dont know if your current ROM use the official partitions from LG LP releases or the modified one, this ROM requires org parts from LG. If you're not sure about that just kdz/tot back to Lollipop firmware, root, install AutoRec V2 (that support Lollipop) to get the recovery and flash the ROM like Installation guide above.

    Also, just in case, I realize cloudy's isn't an AOSP rom, but being a custom stock-based rom on the g2 with a locked bootloader, you can pretty much treat it like one. It does, however, offer the option to update the modem.

    When did this become a mess? During the introduction of CAF (qualcomm optimized branch for devices) sources for the G2. The ONLY issue with the LP-bootstack is when you try to flash older roms, that use a loki exploit found in the JELLYBEAN bootloader and patched on the KITKAT bootloader. This might require another bootstack, or not. No one really bothered to check compatibility with older versions and for good reason.
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    I was having serious battery drain issue on my D800 and thank you Google for that :)

    Big thanks to @Alcolawl as he found a way to destroy the battery drain issue caused by Google Update Service.

    I packaged the script and please flash it from Recovery and enjoy few more hours of battery!

    Btw, it can be flashed for both CloudyG2 3.1 and 3.2.
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