[ROM][Beta][CM9][9/28/12] Galaxy Exhibit 4G

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tr0yz

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Really are other people getting free service because of the storm. **** my dad bought me a 30 dollar card but i still think ima hold off till I see why this is happening lol

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Really are other people getting free service because of the storm. **** my dad bought me a 30 dollar card but i still think ima hold off till I see why this is happening lol

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Tr0yz you're from new Haven? I'm in Ansonia about twenty minutes from you and I lost service for three days. It has since been restored though everything working for you now?

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tr0yz

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Tr0yz you're from new Haven? I'm in Ansonia about twenty minutes from you and I lost service for three days. It has since been restored though everything working for you now?

Sent from my SGH-T679 using xda premium

Yeah were back up and everything's 100% here in New haven, but my family's house in east haven got tore up tho. My dad if freaking out like you wouldn't believe. I feel so bad for the family that link lived close to Cosey Beach they are just finally getting things back to being livable this week. That's ruff if you don't have alotta money saved up in this economy people don't just have 15k - 50k just laying around to restore there homes( not to mention for some this will be there second Devistation in 1 and a half years) Just sux makes you really start to appericiate the little things ya know

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Is this good guys

rokcin cm9☜ v6+geekyengine+adrenolibs pure sikcness love my devz ☜
 

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tr0yz

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How did you apply v6 to Cm9, I thought people were saying it crapped out the rom somewhere in one of the Cm9 threads. Also where can I find those libs, and geeky. I've never even seen that being talked about here before. Wow either I've just been not paying attention or maybe you just got all gung ho on bus and figured something dope out.
Also you checked internal sd to get that score correct?
Or did you use external cause if you used external and are running a class 10 card you'll get 3500-3800 in anTutu benchmark I believe I have a screen shot let me check brb

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Some ppl just don't know how to use the script I'm using update 9 rc10 oh yeah use automatic it helps I use settings 9, nitro lag nullifier I have the adreno libs on my extsd I believe I used insd for antutu an there a geeky mod engine thread I'll link it how would I upload the libs for u buddy :D

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tr0yz

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Some ppl just don't know how to use the script I'm using update 9 rc10 oh yeah use automatic it helps I use settings 9, nitro lag nullifier I have the adreno libs on my extsd I believe I used insd for antutu an there a geeky mod engine thread I'll link it how would I upload the libs for u buddy :D

via my jb'd P.A GTAB2 7.0 or E24G CM9'D

Download DropBox app its free, then register with your email, now you have a free 3gb online file library. Once uploaded tap on file name, click share then at top you'll seen copy file URL. Post here on the thread, I click and I can either transfer it to my DropBox account or direct download to my device.

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mrazndead

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i updated from 9/25 build by jocala to one of the nightlys a couple weeks ago, and now my phone randomly dies, seems like the battery issue. i recharge it full and use it for around 30 mins and it dies again. random battery drain or something. I even flashed back to 9/25 and it still does it.

anyone have this issue? should i buy a new battery? the nightly sucks, i wish jocala came back. waiting on cm10 to be polished...
 

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i updated from 9/25 build by jocala to one of the nightlys a couple weeks ago, and now my phone randomly dies, seems like the battery issue. i recharge it full and use it for around 30 mins and it dies again. random battery drain or something. I even flashed back to 9/25 and it still does it.

anyone have this issue? should i buy a new battery? the nightly sucks, i wish jocala came back. waiting on cm10 to be polished...

Happened to me. Your battery is shot.

I bought a 1500mah made by EC Technology for 8 bucks and it runs great, FWIW.

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tr0yz

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i updated from 9/25 build by jocala to one of the nightlys a couple weeks ago, and now my phone randomly dies, seems like the battery issue. i recharge it full and use it for around 30 mins and it dies again. random battery drain or something. I even flashed back to 9/25 and it still does it.

anyone have this issue? should i buy a new battery? the nightly sucks, i wish jocala came back. waiting on cm10 to be polished...

I was using 09/28 Jocala with newest stable over top and same thing was happening to me. Now I switched over to the most recent Pàcman this morning I've been using m phone kind of alot and I'm barely at 50%. If I was still on Cm9 id probably be under 20% with this amount of usage even sometimes just from using TapaTalk to post here at xda I would see almost 15-20% decrease in battery lol. Reminds me of how old school muscle cars with a 4 barrel card. People would say " eats gas so bad when put gas pedal to the floor you can actually see the gage start to slowly drop" lmao only difference is this phone could never be compared to a V8 454 with a 4Barrel Carb lol boared out with headers, cherry bombs wit just pipes straight back lol.
But yeah cm10, Pàcman builds are already looking so much better than Cm9 did at this point. Also you must realize that Jocala only developed for thus device and was a older retired man, still he was brilliant when it came to development of Android but he had not much else on his plate (makes me wanna on him and ask what device he currently owns and buy one lol) but Camcory has a family, kids I'm sure so can't just development the builds whenever he wants. Idk Core2Idiot or anything about them but even he said he doesn't use Cm9 or the galaxy exhibit he is just developing to better his skills and keep this phone alive.
Now as a dev myself there is a big difference between when I was helping out a fellow developer than when I was fixing things for my own device. I can remember in the Samsung Moment one time I was up almost 3 days on a 52 hour coding tear trying to port over Ginger bread since it never was officially released. Plus the device we were porting from had a different processor also so that brings a whole new world to the process of porting, we just lucked out that the device these builds were ported from were basically identical besides speeds and brands of the hardware besides that the galaxy W is identical probally why our device is a Sgh-T679 and the Galaxy W is a Sgh-T679M

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mrazndead

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is it an actual problem with the nightly rom that killed the battery? or is it just the life of the battery time to go bye bye?

I will buy a new battery. thanks everyone.



Question: Should i Buy a stock samsung OEM battery for 9 bucks or the EC aftermarket batteryf or 7 bucks?
 
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T679noob

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is it an actual problem with the nightly rom that killed the battery? or is it just the life of the battery time to go bye bye?

I will buy a new battery. thanks everyone.

Question: Should i Buy a stock samsung OEM battery for 9 bucks or the EC aftermarket batteryf or 7 bucks?

Just coincidence, in all likelihood.

2 dollar difference... I'd do whatever you're comfortable with. I've had the EC battery for 7 week and it runs fine.

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    This is a port of CyanogenMod 9 (Android 4.0.x) for the Samsung Exhibit II 4G. It is very much a work-in-progress. There are no guarantees whatsoever that it will work to your requirements or that it will progress beyond its current state. Major kudos to Arco68 for his help in getting this going; you would not have this ROM except for him.

    Here is a video by dennis96411, showing CM9 on the Exhibit II

    What seems to work
    Phone
    Wifi
    SMS/MMS
    GPS
    Bluetooth audio
    Amazon Market
    HW accelerated display
    Headphone detection
    Microphone detection
    T-Mobile Wifi-calling (works for most)
    init.d support
    CIFS networking
    Camera (Stock Camera only, 3rd-Party apps mostly don't work)
    Haptic keyboard feedback
    Market/Play
    Gmail
    Browser
    Screenshots
    Streaming video

    What does not work (NO ETAs)
    911 Emergency Calls
    Torch app (check thread for alternatives)

    CM9 for the Galaxy Exhibit is NOT vulnerable to USSD dialer exploits.

    Vanishing text
    The content of text buffers sometimes disappear when touched (messages in: gmail,yahoo,fb). Wiping cache has fixed this for some. Long-press of back key and restarting app for others.

    Facebook
    Facebook sync is not included in AOSP. 3rd-party apps are available in the market.

    3g vs 4g
    Cyanogen Mod views UMTS as 3g whereas the stock Exhibit II rom views it as 4g. Even though you see 3g on your status bar, your actual speed should be unchanged from stock.

    Changing band preference
    In dialer, enter Service Mode via
    You should see:
    [1] Automatic
    [2] WCDMA Band Preference
    [3] GSM Band Preference

    To force WCDMA only, tap option 2, on next screen tap option 6 - WCDMA All

    To force GSM only, tap option 3, on next screen tap option 7 - GSM All

    You can use the back button to verify your settings took effect. To exit, tap menu button, quit. This change does not survive a reboot. If you use this frequently, save it as a contact.



    WIFI Problems
    Wifi is working fine for almost everyone using CyanogenMod 9 Galaxy Exhibit build (and also for the Galaxy W). If you are one of the very few having difficulties, a possible fix has been posted that may help: WiFix Manager.

    Installation
    Installation requires a CWM-based recovery. Download/update Galaxy Exhibit Custom CWM Recovery here.

    Updating CyanogenMod 9
    Once you have a stable install you're happy with you can apply future updates w/o any wiping. If for some reason a wipe is required, I'll make that known.

    Download CM9 Beta
    Core2idiot's CM9 Nightlies

    Google Apps
    Google Apps gapps-ics-20120429-signed.zip .... Mirror

    Kernel sources

    Copy the downloaded cm9 beta and gapps zip files to your internal or removable sdcard.

    Back up your data.

    Start Custom Recovery (cwm): Press & hold Vol-Up, then press & hold Power. Shortly after the plain white Samsung logo appears, release both buttons. Recovery should start after the color Samsung/T-Mobile Exhibit logo.

    CWM Keys:
    Home key = enter
    Back key = back
    VolUp/Dwn = highlight choice

    If installing over a non-CM9 ROM you must do a ROMwipe before installing.

    Select "Install zip from sdcard." Choose the cm9 beta zip from sdcard or external sdcard, depending on where you placed it. Highlight the cm9 beta zip file then press Home. Confirm the choice and installation will proceed. You may also install Google Apps (gapps) at this time. Gapps does not include all Google apps. Those not included are available from the market.

    Please DO NOT PM me with support questions! Post them in this thread!
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    adios

    I'm moving to a Galaxy S2, so my work on CM9 is going to draw to a close. If you have a build environment running and would be interested in continuing development for the community, please PM me. It's been a fun ride and I'd like to thank everyone for their support.
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    Compile CM9

    Portions copied from Motorola Droid X CyanogenMod Wiki

    Thanks to Arco68 for hand-holding and patches. Any mistakes are mine.

    These instructions assume that you will be using an Ubuntu 10.10 Linux system (or a close relation, Debian, Linux Mint,etc). Setting up a Linux partition or creating a Linux VM are beyond the scope of this post.

    First, Install the Android SDK

    Next, install the linux build packages required. I install using apt-get:

    For 32-bit & 64-bit systems
    apt-get install git-core gnupg flex bison gperf libsdl1.2-dev libesd0-dev libwxgtk2.6-dev squashfs-tools build-essential zip curl libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev sun-java6-jdk pngcrush schedtool

    For 64-bit only systems
    apt-get install g++-multilib lib32z1-dev lib32ncurses5-dev lib32readline5-dev gcc-4.3-multilib g++-4.3-multilib

    NOTE: gcc-4.3-multilib g++-4.3-multilib is no longer available for Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit, but should still build without issue.
    NOTE: On Ubuntu 10.10, and variants, you need to enable the partner repository to install sun-java6-jdk:

    add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ maverick partner"

    NOTE: sun-java6-jdk <> open-java6-jdk!
    These instructions assume an "android" directory located in your home

    Install repo
    Code:
    mkdir ~/bin
    curl https://dl-ssl.google.com/dl/googlesource/git-repo/repo > ~/bin/repo 
    chmod a+x ~/bin/repo
    Download CM9 source
    Code:
    mkdir ~/android/system
    cd ~/android/system
    repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenMod/android.git -b ics
    repo sync -j16
    This can take hours. When done, ~/android/system should be at least 11Gb in size.

    Next:
    Code:
    cd ~/android/system/frameworks/base
    git remote add arco git://github.com/arco/android_frameworks_base.git
    git fetch arco
    Download kernel source
    Code:
    mkdir -p ~/android/system/kernel/samsung/ancora_tmo
    cd ~/android/system/kernel/samsung/ancora_tmo
    git init
    git pull https://github.com/arco/samsung-kernel-msm7x30.git
    
    Repeat the pull command occasionally to obtain updates.
    Download ancora_tmo device directory
    Code:
    mkdir -p ~/android/system/device/samsung/ancora_tmo
    cd ~/android/system/device/samsung/ancora_tmo
    git init
    git pull git://github.com/Jocala/device.ancora_tmo.ics.git
    
    Repeat the pull command occasionally to obtain updates.
    Download ancora_tmo vendor directory
    Code:
    mkdir -p ~/android/system/vendor/samsung/ancora_tmo
    cd ~/android/system/vendor/samsung/ancora_tmo
    git init
    git pull git://github.com/Jocala/vendor.ancora_tmo.ics.git
    
    Repeat the pull command occasionally to obtain updates.
    Set up prebuilts:
    Code:
    cd ~/android/system
    ./vendor/cm/get-prebuilts
    Applying cherry-picks
    You'll need to gain at least a rudimentary knowledge of
    using git and github. Teaching this is beyond the scope
    of this howto. Cherry-picks must be re-applied after each
    repo sync.As time goes by they also get merged, so it may be that some
    cherry-picks are no longer required. You can check their status here.

    Attached to this post is a script (reposync.txt) that will do a repo
    sync then apply current cherry-picks. I keep it in my
    android/system directory. Rename and chmod 0755.

    Set up your environment & build

    Code:
    . build/envsetup.sh
    lunch cm_ancora_tmo-userdebug
    brunch ancora_tmo
    Building takes at least an hour. If everything worked, you should have a
    out/target/product/ancora_tmo/cm-9-SOMEDATE-UNOFFICIAL-ancora_tmo.zip file

    ============

    CCACHE

    If you have room on your build system you can speed
    your builds up considerably by using ccache. ccache is a compiler
    cache. It speeds up re-compilation of C/C++ code by caching
    previous compiles and detecting when the same compile is
    being done again.

    Install it with apt-get: sudo apt-get ccache

    Set environment vars for Android use:
    (I put these exports in my .bashrc)
    Code:
    export USE_CCACHE=1
    export NDK_CCACHE=ccache
    Set a cache size of 10G for optimal results:

    Code:
    ccache -M 10G
    Check the status of your cache with the command:
    Code:
    ccache -s 
    
    Returns:
    
    cache directory                 /home/jocala/.ccache
    cache hit                         106673
    cache miss                         18379
    called for link                     3758
    preprocessor error                     5
    not a C/C++ file                    4425
    unsupported compiler option          678
    no input file                       4565
    files in cache                     36758
    cache size                           3.2 Gbytes
    max cache size                      10.0 Gbytes
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    This is true. My phone always says 3G, but switches to H when downloading, then goes back to 3G.

    Also, even though he's now ignored, Nightlies aren't forced updates. You can flash over the update whenever YOU want. They're just always supplied on a nightly basis in case there have been any changes to the repos. Since it's CM9 there probably won't be many new changes, but its still offered...

    Sent from my SGH-T679 using xda app-developers app

    It's always hilarious when a newcomer shows up who absolutely knows it all, refuting everything we only think we know about our phones.

    I think the idea of nightlies is great, I never had the resources. I've replaced the OPs download link with a link to Core2Idiot's nightly page.

    On another note, I've decided to keep my Exhibit as a dev device, so I'm going to continue busting my head with 911 for a while at least. I'll post if I have any breakthroughs.