[ROM][4.4.3] CyanogenMod 11 for HTC One S

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el_smurfo

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Glad to know I'm not the only one with the screens of death. I'm beginning to wonder if in my case the cause of the issue is something to do with the alarm. I turned the alarm on last night before bed, and plugged the device in to charge. Several times before turning in for the night I checked the phone for the screen of death and it didn't happen once. In the morning my tablet woke me again and when I reached for my phone to check Facebook, the black screen was there. It never black screens during the day, whenever I power it on it works just fine. Tonight I'm going to plug my phone in to charge and keep the alarm off on it, I'll report back tomorrow with results.

They were messing a lot with the power governors a few days ago...that kind of stuff often ends up with these SoD issues.
 

asinglenoob

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They were messing a lot with the power governors a few days ago...that kind of stuff often ends up with these SoD issues.

That makes sense I suppose, phone goes to sleep and never wakes up with the wrong power governors. I wonder why exactly it would only occur overnight though? Maybe a bad timer of some sort in the governors that makes it sleep too deeply after not being used for long enough?
 

el_smurfo

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That makes sense I suppose, phone goes to sleep and never wakes up with the wrong power governors. I wonder why exactly it would only occur overnight though? Maybe a bad timer of some sort in the governors that makes it sleep too deeply after not being used for long enough?

Read back. It's happened to several during the day. At least twice to me, and never at night.
 

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Read back. It's happened to several during the day. At least twice to me, and never at night.

Sorry I didn't make myself clear, I realize it is happening to others during the day, that's why I was wondering why mine is only at night? I suppose I should be thankful that I'm lucky enough to have it only happen to me late at night when I'm not using it anyway as opposed to during the day.
 

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If you want to try a new kernel pls check out my thread here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=50084076

Im curious if it works on stock CM11 (as I am currently running codefire), and also stock CM10.2

Also, for those who dont like it, I dont have s2w or d2w yet... Not sure if I want to add them just yet as I dont use them anyways...

But in any event, check out the features and see if it is for you. Also any recomendations/suggestions or cherry-pick suggestions are more than welcome.
 

el_smurfo

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So, how is everyone's data bandwidth on the latest nighties? On CM10.2, Speedtest.net reported up to 18M on HSDPA and similar on WiFi. I just tried and both topped out at 4M....
 

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So, how is everyone's data bandwidth on the latest nighties? On CM10.2, Speedtest.net reported up to 18M on HSDPA and similar on WiFi. I just tried and both topped out at 4M....

I'm getting between 6 and 8 Mbps indoors. This is normal for me, it usually tops out at around 16 outside. I really don't want to bother going outside to test it though, it's too cold. :p
 

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I'm getting between 6 and 8 Mbps indoors. This is normal for me, it usually tops out at around 16 outside. I really don't want to bother going outside to test it though, it's too cold. :p

I know what you mean...it's dipping into the 60s here in California and it looks strange trying to wear socks with my flip flops.
 

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I know what you mean...it's dipping into the 60s here in California and it looks strange trying to wear socks with my flip flops.

Hah, "dipping into the 60s." Try dipping into the single digits with more snow to come. It's 8 here in Arkansas and only going to get colder as the night goes on. :p
 

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Quick question: couple of nightlies ago, Launcher3 got swapped for Trebuchet.

I had set my screen to contain 6 rows and 4 columns of icons in Launcher3.
When Trebuchet returned to cm, I had 4-5 rows on my desktop again (the default), leaving a lot of whitespace.
I can't seem to find where to change this. Has anyone else changed the icon density?
 

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So, Gyro caused reboots while Ingressing or what?

---------- Post added at 12:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:17 PM ----------

First off, the wake up screen delay is back or to say if it it existed all along it is way worse now on 02/04! also i am experiencing a very annoying problem with Viber. When sb sends me a message when my screen is off there is no notification pop up, the moment i turn on the screens all the pm(s) will pop up, or some times notification pop up will appear but with minutes delay! i have wifi always turn on policy both in cyanogen's settings and viber itself also of course i have checked the pm notification pop up option. how can i fix this?

It iis under 0.5 sec as on stock rom...
 

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Quick question: couple of nightlies ago, Launcher3 got swapped for Trebuchet.

I had set my screen to contain 6 rows and 4 columns of icons in Launcher3.
When Trebuchet returned to cm, I had 4-5 rows on my desktop again (the default), leaving a lot of whitespace.
I can't seem to find where to change this. Has anyone else changed the icon density?

Trebuchet has very few customizations. I would highly recommend Apex or Nova launchers, or even the GEL which gets you Now integration. Trebuchet couldn't get added to my delete script fast enough.
 

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I flashed the 31/01 nightly onto one my friend's One S but I seams that the front camera doesn't work, any idea ?

Envoyé de mon One S en utilisant Tapatalk
 

el_smurfo

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The RIL update is the fix for the "error while searching for networks" bug.

BTW, if you're still looking at the "signal bouncing" bug, I grabbed a log just now walking from my car to work. I only captured the errors, because you can't post huge logs here, but there is definitely something weird about the RILJ exceptions.

There are groups of these:

02-06 08:01:20.207 E/PHONE (1465): [ServiceState] setState deprecated use setVoiceRegState()
02-06 08:02:09.580 E/RILJ (1465): Exception processing unsol response: 5757Exception:java.lang.RuntimeException: Unrecognized unsol response: 5757
02-06 08:02:09.580 E/RILJ (1465): Exception processing unsol response: 5757Exception:java.lang.RuntimeException: Unrecognized unsol response: 5757

Often followed by large sections of these:

02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore

And at least one of these:

02-06 08:06:25.352 E/DCT (1465): CMD_SET_ENABLE_FAIL_FAST_MOBILE_DATA: sEnableFailFastRefCounter:-1 < 0
 

nicknc

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So, how is everyone's data bandwidth on the latest nighties? On CM10.2, Speedtest.net reported up to 18M on HSDPA and similar on WiFi. I just tried and both topped out at 4M....

I get 10 mbps - 17mbps. Without the build.prop values of hsdpa/hsupa set at 28/7, I will get 3-4 mbps.

On wifi, I get the same speeds my other wifi devices get.

---------- Post added at 01:07 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:49 PM ----------

BTW, if you're still looking at the "signal bouncing" bug, I grabbed a log just now walking from my car to work. I only captured the errors, because you can't post huge logs here, but there is definitely something weird about the RILJ exceptions.

There are groups of these:

02-06 08:01:20.207 E/PHONE (1465): [ServiceState] setState deprecated use setVoiceRegState()
02-06 08:02:09.580 E/RILJ (1465): Exception processing unsol response: 5757Exception:java.lang.RuntimeException: Unrecognized unsol response: 5757
02-06 08:02:09.580 E/RILJ (1465): Exception processing unsol response: 5757Exception:java.lang.RuntimeException: Unrecognized unsol response: 5757

Often followed by large sections of these:

02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore
02-06 08:02:09.600 E/Dcc (1465): onDataStateChanged: no associated DC yet, ignore

And at least one of these:

02-06 08:06:25.352 E/DCT (1465): CMD_SET_ENABLE_FAIL_FAST_MOBILE_DATA: sEnableFailFastRefCounter:-1 < 0

Might shed some light:

Droid DNA, CM11-- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2558758&page=46

They claim the signal hopping is actually fast dormancy working
 

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    CyanogenMod 11 is a free, community built distribution of Android 4.4.3 (KitKat) which greatly extends the capabilities of your phone.

    Index:
    1st Post: Official Nightlies for HBOOT 2.15
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    3rd Post: Changelog


    Installation Instructions (These are all required)
    • Download or Build from Source
    • Download Gapps
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    • Flash ROM in Recovery
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    • Incase you don't have S-OFF, fastboot flash boot boot.img

    Not Working:
    • You tell me

    Downloads (HBOOT 2.15):
    Official Nightly Builds HBOOT 2.15 Only.
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    Recovery (HBOOT 2.15):
    Beginning with nightly 20140501, several HTC devices are being transitioned to a new fstab layout. This will not affect your data. This change requires kernel support in recovery for CyanogenMod packages to install. Your current recovery is almost guaranteed to not support this change, yet... welcome to bleeding edge!
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    Credits:
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    CyanogenMod 11, ROM for the HTC One S

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    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
    ROM Firmware Required: Hboot 2.15.xx, S-OFF, Unlocked Bootloader, Custom Recovery
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    Created 2013-11-15
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    CyanogenMod 11 for HBOOT 2.16

    CyanogenMod 11 is now available for HBOOT 2.16

    NOTICE: Due to lack of free time and also not owning an HTC One S anymore, I can no longer compile builds for HBOOT 2.16.
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    Changelog:

    Latest, more accurate Changelog for Nightlies/Unofficial Builds can now be found HERE.

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    Okay, with a heavy heart I have to say that I can no longer do builds for hboot 2.16.
    I have too much college work, assignments, practicals n stuff and can't afford to spend time compiling builds in Linux.. :(
    I did try to do builds past few days, but couldn't..
    My advice is, downgrade your hboot to 2.15 and get daily official builds from CyanogenMod. It is not really that difficult/scary to downgrade. I have done it a couple of times when i wanted to test my hboot 2.16 builds when i was on hboot 2.15.
    Also, if anyone wants to do builds for 2.16 feel free to post it in the thread..
    Sorry guys, I tried my best. :)
    Big ups to intervigil and rest of the CM team, you guys rock! \o/ \m/
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    Not sure I said that exactly, but I think that support for our device is definitely a low priority since our maintainer was hired by CM and likely spends most of his time on tasks that bring in revenue. As it stands now, it doesn't seem we will ever get a stable release, so will be stuck here in xda purgatory complaining back and forth about the same things until we can afford to get a pure AOSP device and give up the crack flashing life.

    It's kind of disheartening to see so many people ascribe so many shady ulterior motives to the company (we have no plans for world domination, and it really is discouraging to see so many people knee-jerk react negatively), but ville support hasn't been so great lately, so I figure I owe you an explanation.
    CM Inc is my day job, device support mostly remains a side project for me. The company and open source organization (which are two separate things) has little to do with deciding which devices get support, and to what degree. Device maintainers are largely responsible for the kernels and device trees that actually determine how well most of the device hardware is supported.
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