[ROM][Aug 25] Jellybean 4.2.2 for Endeavoru AOSP Build [Kernel 3.1.10] [JDQ39] #20

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chalmizzle

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No thats just the problem... the size of the widgets etc is not based on the xml layout, but determined on the top position of the lockscreen handle.. the only thing that should work is placing the user switcher on the botttom below the unlock handle etc... but that kinda sucked because the circle is not 100% :) So i just added it on top knowing it shifted the layout a bit... So well either have to move it to the bottom ( which will make the unlock handle look weird ) or adjust the resize method to also compensate for the space used by the user switcher

Do we even need a user switcher?

Chances are people own their own phones and do not share. Granted its a nice feature but to me it seems useless.
I've been tearing my hair out with AOSP/CM10 builds with camera FC'ing when face recognition detects, managed to find ICJ 3.4 works and im sticking with that for the time being. I'm following though and keeping a VERY close eye on this thread!

Keep up the good work guys.
 

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Do we even need a user switcher?

Chances are people own their own phones and do not share. Granted its a nice feature but to me it seems useless.
I've been tearing my hair out with AOSP/CM10 builds with camera FC'ing when face recognition detects, managed to find ICJ 3.4 works and im sticking with that for the time being. I'm following though and keeping a VERY close eye on this thread!

Keep up the good work guys.

If you dont want it just dont add a second user... it will only show when there are two users so no real issue

As for the need of multiple accounts on a phone I guess thats everyones own decision... I share a family gmail account and rather have a second user so i have only that calendar, contacts, gmail etc then having it merged with my own account
 
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No thats just the problem... the size of the widgets etc is not based on the xml layout, but determined on the top position of the lockscreen handle.. the only thing that should work is placing the user switcher on the botttom below the unlock handle etc... but that kinda sucked because the circle is not 100% :) So i just added it on top knowing it shifted the layout a bit... So well either have to move it to the bottom ( which will make the unlock handle look weird ) or adjust the resize method to also compensate for the space used by the user switcher

or don't use PIN
 

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If you dont want it just dont add a second user... it will only show when there are two users so no real issue

I second that. Having a Guest account is useful as well, so wife/kid is not deleting contacts,mail,apps,buying apps,etc. when they want to play a game. If you use slide or even pattern unlock, layout is perfect as well.
 

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I admire your'e skills but after installing 4.2 on my Nexus 7 32gb I couldn't wait to go back to 4.1.2 . multi user is rubbish and the mess it makes of your file system with its 0 drive duplicating folders drove me mad.
 

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I'm sure pabx and rogro already know, but 4.2.1 is on AOSP now with calendar fixed :)

Just did a full clean reinstall of mine (previously dirty install over CM10) and fixed up my last couple of niggles. Really recommend the clean install to anyone now... try restoring stuff as little as possible.

M.
 

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I'm sure pabx and rogro already know, but 4.2.1 is on AOSP now with calendar fixed :)

Just did a full clean reinstall of mine (previously dirty install over CM10) and fixed up my last couple of niggles. Really recommend the clean install to anyone now... try restoring stuff as little as possible.

M.

its not even worth calling it a minor update :)

http://www.funkyandroid.com/aosp-JOP40C-JOP40D.html
 

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its not even worth calling it a minor update :)

http://www.funkyandroid.com/aosp-JOP40C-JOP40D.html

Yeah I know ;) Something that could easily be fixed in a custom build anyway.

Just as a general awareness thing... getting quite alot of wake time/battery drain from location services.

SignalCollector.ScannerThread
SignalCollector.Scanner
NetworkLocationLocator

all from com.google.android.apps.maps.Maps

It's only anecdotal, but i normally leave GPS on at all times and have never experienced drain like this... currently my largest usage item. Not sure if there's any particular logs etc that may help, but let me know if there is.

M.
 

ViktorN

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not to rush things for the devs
but I really hope that the camera can work as soon as possible
I'm sure many of us would like to try out photosphere
:)

You can try it out by installing the camera apk and gallery from 4.2 onto a Sense rom. It has to be a Sense rom, it doesn't work with CM10 or AOKP or AOSP for some reason...

Sent from my EndeavorU using xda app-developers app
 

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Just as a general awareness thing... getting quite alot of wake time/battery drain from location services.

Google Maps has been a major Battery Hog for me (keeping the phone awake for more than 40 minutes) - but i guess that's just the 'initial location bootstrap': Google Now & Co needs to re-learn my home + work adress.
 

dengseng

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The rom does not change/format the sdcard. It just creates a folder and this is REQUIRED for multiuser support.

Following random 'guides' will just break stuff.

what should I do if I have tried your 4.2
now I'm going back to jb/sense and that thing you posted on op, but I deleted /sdcard/0 and lost some of the .xx files and it's still MTP
 
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pabx

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what should I do if I have tried your 4.2
now I'm going back to jb/sense and that thing you posted on op, but I deleted /sdcard/0 and lost some of the .xx files and it's still MTP

What are .xx files? 4.1.2 supports MTP and MassStorage, but you have to enable MassStorage (-> notification dropdown -> select notification)
 

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    I can not upgrade my hboot to 1.3x, help!

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    For people wondering:

    Although its an AOSP build it does have multi-user support which originally is only available on tablets in AOSP ( users can be added in settings )
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    Pab i have bluetooth working :) will have to track all my changes...



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    Camera

    Using this ROM for 2 weeks now. Love it, but like with all AOSP roms I'm not happy with the camera so I decided to actually help the community instead of the usual whining.

    I've attached a pimped Camera (which is included in the Gallery, therefore the complete Gallery2.apk has to be replaced) which includes this new features:

    -Included all native camera scene modes that our HOX Camera is capable of
    -HDR Quick Toggle (which is nothing else than background-hdr scene mode)
    -Added more exposure settings (max camera value is 12, min is -12, therefore +3 = 12, +2 = 8, +1 = 4, 0 = 0, -1 = -4, -2 = -8, -3 = -12)
    -Added 6MP wide picture size (3264x1840)
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    Pab we might wanna give WiFi tethering as a (early) Christmas present ;)

    to fix:

    in netd / SoftapController.cpp:

    just return 0 in
    int SoftapController::fwReloadSoftap(int argc, char *argv[])

    and use hostapd from android 4.1 ( i just copied the entire wpa_supplicant_8 folder from 4.1, but only copied hostapd after compiling ) as atleast wpa_driver_ap_params has changed and therefor hostapd_drv_set_ap(hapd, &params) in beacon.c fails.

    Have done some basic testing using phone + tablet and connection seems to be fine ( tested Open and WPA2 PSK ).





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