[ROM-AOSP GRH78C] Oxygen v2.0-RC7 (Gingerbread, clean, fast and 100% open-sourced!!)

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10lexik

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Actually a lot of the times...if I turn my phone off and restart. sometimes restarting would get through that error, but sometimes I had to flash the oxygen rom again and reboot under recovery, then iy would work again...

Sent from my HTC Desire using XDA App
same problem here :( and i've also problems with waking up my phone, i have sometimes to press power or trackball 4 or 5 times before the device wake up ...

help ? :)
 

Caelte

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assuming you are using the german rom:

einstellungen --> drahtlos und netzwerke --> wlan einstellungen --> menu drücken --> erweitert --> wlan standby richtlinie --> niemals

worked for me.
I applied this setting already, but after some time (for example during night) it seems that wifi disconnects.
 

ouglouck

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Also can someone plz explain what AlphaRev N1Table HBOOT is?
How do I check if I have it?
If I don't how do I get it?

Thanks

Dion
When you're on the :eek: recovery bootloader, the top line on your screen will tell you if you're S-OFF and you partition scheme (N1Table / Bravo Stock...).

S-OFF: http://alpharev.nl/alpharev.iso: this is an ISO file to burn on a CD.
I know it's not ecological, but for me it's the safer way to do it. You need to be S-OFF to change the partition scheme, so that's a preliminary step.

What is N1TABLE: as the name suggests, this will change the partitions scheme on your Desire for the N1 ones. The changes are a bigger data partition (to hold your apps, you'll get 203Mb vs 152Mb for the HTC standard) and a bigger cache partition (to hold ongoing processes, for instance more apps can remain in memory). The system partition will be reduced (149Mb vs 258Mb) which is enough for AOSP ROMs (but forget the Sense ROMs with that).

You can still later on change again the partition scheme.

How to get it ?
That simple, follow the steps on the Alpharev page: http://alpharev.nl/, below the table with the differents partitions schemes. The only requirement is to have "fastboot" which can be found in the Android SDK.

Always verify each file you downloaded, if not and a file is corrupted, you will brick your phone (good to hold books on a shelf, but quite expensive). It does not take a long time to do this (in my case, less than half an hour with a complete restore of the ROM and a restart of it), but make sure you have plenty of time before to start, in case you have a problem and as when in a hurry it more likely to do something wrong.

I hope this will makes things more clear and be usefull, somehow.

I'm not a specialist, so if I wrote something wrong, feel free to correct this. I wrote that bearing in mind this was for someone new to this so I might have not choose the proper words or might have simplified too much.

Alpharev discussion thread on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=794314
 
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ouglouck

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Just installed through market here. The 3D tilt is awesome! :D
Looks awesome, however I found it to not work very well. Maybe that's related to my fingers (too big or too dirty, who knows ? Imagine how hard it is for a frog to gently use a capacitive screen...) or more likely to the quality of the HTC Screen sensors.

I saw a demo on the Nexus S, it is really different in this case. And looks exciting.

Hopefully, if not already now, then soon, we should get these vector maps, which will be a huge improvement to save bandwith and maybe to be able to store localy these maps when travelling.
 

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i delete cache and Data of 4.7 but i cannot install 5.0 !!?!
is your maps.apk file still in system/app and s-on? if so that is the problem.

i delete maps along with a few other apps when i first install roms and download them from the market, so they can be updated as normal via the market. (this is from before s-off though)
 
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