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RanT476

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Sep 3, 2009
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Im getting this error


D/AndroidRuntime( 902):
D/AndroidRuntime( 902): >>>>>>>>>>>>>> AndroidRuntime START <<<<<<<<<<<<<<
D/AndroidRuntime( 902): CheckJNI is OFF
E/dalvikvm( 902): Can't open dex cache '/data/dalvik-cache/[email protected]@core[email protected]': No such file or directory
I/dalvikvm( 902): Unable to open or create cache for /system/framework/core.jar
D/dalvikvm( 902): Failed on '/system/framework/core.jar' (boot=1)
D/dalvikvm( 902): VM cleaning up
D/dalvikvm( 902): LinearAlloc 0x0 used 4100 of 4194304 (0%)
W/dalvikvm( 902): JNI_CreateJavaVM failed
E/AndroidRuntime( 902): JNI_CreateJavaVM failed
D/AndroidRuntime( 903):

from the logcat dnt kno what to do.....it keeps freezeing on me...
 

DavidChill

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Im getting this error


D/AndroidRuntime( 902):
D/AndroidRuntime( 902): >>>>>>>>>>>>>> AndroidRuntime START <<<<<<<<<<<<<<
D/AndroidRuntime( 902): CheckJNI is OFF
E/dalvikvm( 902): Can't open dex cache '/data/dalvik-cache/[email protected]@core[email protected]': No such file or directory
I/dalvikvm( 902): Unable to open or create cache for /system/framework/core.jar
D/dalvikvm( 902): Failed on '/system/framework/core.jar' (boot=1)
D/dalvikvm( 902): VM cleaning up
D/dalvikvm( 902): LinearAlloc 0x0 used 4100 of 4194304 (0%)
W/dalvikvm( 902): JNI_CreateJavaVM failed
E/AndroidRuntime( 902): JNI_CreateJavaVM failed
D/AndroidRuntime( 903):

from the logcat dnt kno what to do.....it keeps freezeing on me...

didn't you post this in two other HERO threads? you probably messed something up going from HERO to Cyan or back n forth.
 

RanT476

Senior Member
Sep 3, 2009
275
3
NY,NY
look at it and you'll see its diffrent cyanogen and hero have the same error its a lil diffrent thou and is there something wrong with me posting the errors in diffrent places to look for a solution? just trying to get this sorted out been dealing with this for weeks and its getting REALLYYYYYY annoying send a message to cyanogen and Drake days ago no answer back yet but when i use my sd card without a linux-swap its a 1 gig card it never freeze's on cyanogen so im just trying to figure this out im sure theres nothing wrong with that
 
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Charrion

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Oct 29, 2008
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Why not tell him where is the correct place ? So please, tell us where is the place ? and why ?

I'm new to the forum.

The place is first (and often second) post, if the answer isn't there, try search. If you're still stumped, read this http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html, consider it carefully, then ask.

This forum is for problems specific to Cyanogen's stable 4.0.4 rom, not for apps, or how-to and not for unrelated roms.

If you're new to the forum, the best place to start is at the beginning. You don't have to read every post but just consider that if you're new, quite a lot of your questions have already been asked and answered. A search, whether you use the forum's search or Google, will answer your question without duplicating a previously asked question.

My first response was snarky, and for that I apologize. But there are many of us who have been here for a while and get tired of seeing the same questions asked time and again or see questions that have no real bearing on the forum asked and just seem to be a sort of question spam, ask the question in every forum and hope one of them gets you an answer.

You don't want to search through forums with hundreds of posts, we understand. The problem is these forums are getting so large because the majority of those hundreds of posts are foolish, inappropriate, or duplicate questions.

Sorry about the rant folks, just had to get that off of my chest.
 

flexnix

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Apr 3, 2009
290
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www.b00t.com
I plan to unroot my phone due to warranty purposes.

I'm going to follow these step: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=491350

Is the 2nd splash screen considered the one that changed the ANDROID after the Tmobile screen when the phone is powered up? Since now it reads ANDROID in blue and circular arrows. Do I need to run that erase splash screen command or will it automatically go away when I follow the steps?

I can't do much typing since some of my keys are not working correctly on my keyboard.
 

terence_oh

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Sep 24, 2009
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Bluetooth Phonebook Transfers via SYNCH profile

Hi, I not been able to synchronize to, and access my phonebook from my car Bluetooth unit since I started using the ADP. I have done some research, and my issue (and maybe others') is that my bluetooth headset unit uses the following profile for Phonebook Transfer and sync:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetooth_profile
1.26 Synchronisation Profile (SYNCH) , otherwise known as the PIM synchronization profile.

The Sony Ericsson HCB700 headset that I use, and many Parrot models with LCD displays and built-in phonebook Sync, use this. Some other users have noted that the Bluetooth PBAP/PBA profile is needed as well: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=4604405#post4604405

These are not currently included in the Bluetooth stack of Cyanogen 4.0.4 ROM that I'm using, and probably not in the next official release of Android.

There is another thread where developers are working on OBEX, but it is not useful in my case.

Cyanogen, it would be great if you would look into incorporating both the SYNCH and PBAP/PBA Bluetooth profiles into the next release.... assuming you have time on top of all the great work you are doing....
 

fl3xo

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Jul 26, 2009
66
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Rome
Hello cyan, i would integrate TOR support in your last cyanogenmod browser, but i'm not. sure this is loccy's bettrbrowser modified by your own or an original loccy's browser. Please answer me so i can ask for some source code to the right person.
Thx a lot.
 

expatdiver

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Sep 17, 2009
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"SD Card Removed" now market apps dead

I've been searching for a solution all over the place for this one but haven't had any luck.

This has happened a couple of times since flashing 4.0.4, and I have tried all the fixes I can find but none help me.

So here is what happens:

I flash 4.0.4, and then partition my SD card (Kingston 8GB class 4) with the sdparted script (I've tried but ext4 and ext2 with the same results). Next I flash the AeroBlack theme (I've also had the problem without the theme).

At this point everything seems to be working fine, and I start installing apps. Then for some reason, that I haven't been able to isolate yet, after a reboot it will pop up with the "SD Card Removed" message, yet I haven't touched the SD card. After that my apps are gone, but I am able to get them back normally with another reboot. I may have had to do a "repair ext" from the recovery console once or twice.

After I get the phone reading the SD card again, all of my apps reappear and are shown as installed in the market. However, when I try and run any of them, they will either force close or error out in some other way (i.e. pandora says it cannot connect and exits). fix_permissions doesn't help. If I uninstall/reinstall each app, they start working again, but that will be a cumbersome process if this continues to happen, plus I lose all of my app settings.

So I am at a loss for what else to try. I would really like to find a solution to this as I love how much better the mod works, but I've reflashed my phone several times a day over the past week trying to get to a stable load.
 

mikespy

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Sep 12, 2009
60
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I've been searching for a solution all over the place for this one but haven't had any luck.

This has happened a couple of times since flashing 4.0.4, and I have tried all the fixes I can find but none help me.

So here is what happens:

I flash 4.0.4, and then partition my SD card (Kingston 8GB class 4) with the sdparted script (I've tried but ext4 and ext2 with the same results). Next I flash the AeroBlack theme (I've also had the problem without the theme).

At this point everything seems to be working fine, and I start installing apps. Then for some reason, that I haven't been able to isolate yet, after a reboot it will pop up with the "SD Card Removed" message, yet I haven't touched the SD card. After that my apps are gone, but I am able to get them back normally with another reboot. I may have had to do a "repair ext" from the recovery console once or twice.

After I get the phone reading the SD card again, all of my apps reappear and are shown as installed in the market. However, when I try and run any of them, they will either force close or error out in some other way (i.e. pandora says it cannot connect and exits). fix_permissions doesn't help. If I uninstall/reinstall each app, they start working again, but that will be a cumbersome process if this continues to happen, plus I lose all of my app settings.

So I am at a loss for what else to try. I would really like to find a solution to this as I love how much better the mod works, but I've reflashed my phone several times a day over the past week trying to get to a stable load.

@expatdiver

I had the same problem, searched for an answer, and finally gave up and reinstalled all my apps.

I hope you fare better than I did.

I had the same problem you guys did. My phone wouldn't even recognize it when it was partitioned. Only way it would is if i shut it down took it out inserted a different sdcard then tuned it back on unmounted it and then remounted the partioned one.

I finaly figued i did something wrong partitioning it so i tried reformatting it with phone but my my touch said it was bad. I formatted it via windows vista stuck it back in and phone said there was an error on it and asked if i wanted to format. I formatted it.. luckily the format took and DID NOT partition it again. Reinstalled all my apps and now i am able to mount and unmount without any problems. I went out and bought another 4gb sandisk sdcard this time a Class 6 and am going to repartition it and see if it works.
 

poiulkjh

Member
Sep 21, 2009
5
0
HELP!

It says webpage unavailable when I want to download the ROM. What should I do? Also I am rooting my phone using one touch method and I just wiped phone... i pressed install new image and it is stuck on "finding update package".HELP
 

vinz0r

Member
Aug 18, 2009
26
0
It says webpage unavailable when I want to download the ROM. What should I do? Also I am rooting my phone using one touch method and I just wiped phone... i pressed install new image and it is stuck on "finding update package".HELP

CyanogenMod just got shutdown and the ROMs got pulled. You need to find the ROM and put it in the root of your SD card. Hopefully you did a nandroid backup and can restore if you haven't put CM-Mod where it should be.
 

aryndar

Senior Member
Jun 27, 2009
98
6
Statement from Google

http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/09/note-on-google-apps-for-android.html

A Note on Google Apps for Android

Posted by Dan Morrill on 25 September 2009 at 2:31 PM
Lately we've been busy bees in Mountain View, as you can see from the recent release of Android 1.6 to the open-source tree, not to mention some devices we're working on with partners that we think you'll really like. Of course, the community isn't sitting around either, and we've been seeing some really cool and impressive things, such as the custom Android builds that are popular with many enthusiasts. Recently there's been some discussion about an exchange we had with the developer of one of those builds, and I've noticed some confusion around what is and isn't part of Android's open source code. I want to take a few moments to clear up some of those misconceptions, and explain how Google's apps for Android fit in.

Everyone knows that mobile is a big deal, but for a long time it was hard to be a mobile app developer. Competing interests and the slow pace of platform innovation made it hard to create innovative apps. For our part, Google offers a lot of services — such as Google Search, Google Maps, and so on — and we found delivering those services to users' phones to be a very frustrating experience. But we also found that we weren't alone, so we formed the Open Handset Alliance, a group of like-minded partners, and created Android to be the platform that we all wished we had. To encourage broad adoption, we arranged for Android to be open-source. Google also created and operates Android Market as a service for developers to distribute their apps to Android users. In other words, we created Android because the industry needed an injection of openness. Today, we're thrilled to see all the enthusiasm that developers, users, and others in the mobile industry have shown toward Android.

With a high-quality open platform in hand, we then returned to our goal of making our services available on users' phones. That's why we developed Android apps for many of our services like YouTube, Gmail, Google Voice, and so on. These apps are Google's way of benefiting from Android in the same way that any other developer can, but the apps are not part of the Android platform itself. We make some of these apps available to users of any Android-powered device via Android Market, and others are pre-installed on some phones through business deals. Either way, these apps aren't open source, and that's why they aren't included in the Android source code repository. Unauthorized distribution of this software harms us just like it would any other business, even if it's done with the best of intentions.

I hope that clears up some of the confusion around Google's apps for Android. We always love seeing novel uses of Android, including custom Android builds from developers who see a need. I look forward to seeing what comes next!

Follow up @ Official statement from Google regarding the Cyanogen controvery with xda.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=564623
 
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    The old massive thread has been closed!

    Check out the new website: http://www.cyanogenmod.com - thanks to SatanR1!!

    I am maintaining a custom ROM based on Android 1.5r3 (crossbred with Donut) focusing on performance, reliability, and safe usage of apps on SD, with some additional features. Yes, this will work just fine on your non-ADP devices. Versions listed as "experimental" may and will have some issues, so unless you want to be a guinea pig, use the "stable" versions. Major thanks to everyone who is helping to test these ROMs!

    If you have installed a theme that is not specifically designed for this ROM, please don't post bugs here unless you can reproduce them without the theme installed.

    Please search the Android Bug Tracker then check the CyanogenMod Bug Tracker before posting your problem! I do not work for Google and am not going to fix every known bug that exists in Cupcake. Of course, if I created the bug and it's specific to this ROM I will certainly fix it. But please, search before posting bugs. There is a lot of good information in this thread and the old thread and the likelihood that you are the first person to report an issue is very low.

    If you are reporting a bug about a "force close", you need to post the output of "adb logcat" from the crash or there is nothing I can do for you.


    DO NOT RUN ANY OTHER APPS2SD APPLICATIONS ON THIS BUILD. YOU WILL BREAK YOUR SYSTEM. THEY ARE NOT NECESSARY BECAUSE THIS ROM WILL DO A2SD AUTOMATICALLY AND BETTER!

    *** DISCLAIMER ***
    While this build is heavily optimized, it is also capable of pushing your G1 much harder. I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or the current economic crisis. Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modificiations, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.

    * UNIVERSAL! Runs on both Dream and Magic 32B
    * Now identifies itself as either T-Mobile G1 or myTouch (due to popular demand, and T-Mobiles lameness to support ADP devices)
    * Based on AOSP 1.5r3, a heap of Donut, various collected patches, and some help from JF-1.51-ADP
    * Enhanced ramdisk which uses optimal mount options and smart startup
    * Includes E2FSProgs for checking and converting Ext filesystems
    * Apps2SD is automatic! All you need is a second partition (ext).
    * Includes script to upgrade to ext3 (from recovery mode, see FAQ)
    * Supports ext2/ext3/ext4 for Apps2SD
    * Includes HTC Framework, various HTC applications, and HTC VK
    * Launcher with 5 screens and auto-orientation and compact drawer layout
    * Enhanced lock screen (Stericson)
    * Clean filesystem shutdown at poweroff/reboot, and fsck at boot (no FS corruption!)
    * Includes T-Mobile IM application, Amazon MP3 (with Stericson's hack), and updated Google Maps
    * Does not require "DangerSPL"
    * Highly optimized kernel with many extra modules
    * Includes a massive APN list
    * Maximum CPU scaling frequency set to 528MHz with latency tweaks
    * Various enhancements to the Settings app including extra partition space
    * Runs /system/sd/userinit.sh after A2SD setup and before starting the runtime for user scripts
    * Microsoft Exchange support (Work Email from myTouch)
    * Compcache 0.6 enabled by default (if no userinit is present)
    * Linux cgroups for better app prioritization
    * Power Widget and App Fuel Gauge from Donut
    * Custom boot screen by matt_stang
    * Phone app enhancements by cytown
    * OpenOBEX commandline tools ported by Erin Yueh - just need an app to run them!
    * Ability to add dialer and MMS shortcuts
    * PPTP/L2TP VPN and WPA Enterprise support from Donut
    * MMS enhancements from rgv151
    * FLAC support from Kruton (buy this man a beer)
    * LocationServices memory leak fixed (by itp)
    * Not vulnerable to the "one click root" exploit

    (v4.0.4 - stable version, updated 8/28):
    Download: http://n0rp.chemlab.org/android/update-cm-4.0.4-signed.zip
    MD5Sum: 8c5a4ed37a8856054f22988372295fc8

    (v3.6.8.1 - old stable version, updated 7/21):
    Download: http://n0rp.chemlab.org/android/update-cm-3.6.8.1-signed.zip
    MD5Sum: 234e547eaa4f1699dd676032ec2ed82c

    Audio Resources (unzip to your SD card)
    Download: http://n0rp.chemlab.org/android/audio-resources.zip
    MD5Sum: 7340ba86ddd4fba918ef97601c675ef9

    Radio Update 2.2.19.26I from HTC
    Info: http://www.htc.com/www/support/android/adp.html#s3

    Pimped Out Recovery Image
    Info: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=3915123

    Theme Template - v4.0.4 (for theme developers)
    Download: http://n0rp.chemlab.org/android/template-cm-4.0.4-signed.zip
    MD5Sum: 97ea24d33869e0d425b1287c4badb431

    Code Repository on GitHub
    Info: http://github.com/cyanogen

    Frequently Asked Questions said:
    1. Do I have to wipe?
    You shouldn't have to wipe if coming from a JF ADP-based ROM, otherwise, probably. If weird things are happening, try wiping. You can also try the permission fixer script linked above. If you are coming from an HTC-based ROM like Hero or Sapphire, you are going to have to wipe.

    2. Will you include the HTC Dialer/HTC Mail?
    No, because I won't be shipping the full HTC-modified Android core (it's not open source), which these apps depend on. I do include the "Work Email" application which is the HTC Exchange client.

    3. Will this work on the Magic?
    It will work on Dream (G1) or Magic 32B (myTouch). I plan to support 32A devices soon.

    4. How do I set up apps-to-sd?
    You need to create a second partition on your SD card in the ext2/ext3/ext4 format. Search the forums if you don't know how to do this. Once created, the ROM will move your apps automatically and new apps will be installed to the SD by default.

    5. How do I install MyFaves?
    Look here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=542267

    6. Will you include feature X, Y, or Z?
    Maybe, ask me about it.

    7. How do I convert to Ext3?
    Reboot into recovery (home + power), drop to a console (Alt+x), and enter: "upgrade_fs". Reboot and you will be at ext3. This requires my recovery image listed above.

    8. Can I use Ext4?
    Yes, the kernel supports it (with delayed allocation fixes) and the required tools are there. You'll need to do the conversion manually, though.

    9. How do I enable the HTC_IME?
    Go into settings->Locale & text and disable "Android Keyboard" and enable "Touch Input".

    10. Can I tether with this?
    Yes. I recommend using Wifi Tether for Root Users

    11. I want to switch back to ext2.
    Reboot into recovery (my recovery image), drop to a console (Alt+X). Remove the journal with "tune2fs -O ^has_journal /dev/block/mmcblk0p2". You should then fsck with "e2fsck /dev/block/mmcblk0p2".

    12. Will you include feature XXX from Hero?
    No. Most of the HTC apps in Hero require the heavily modified closed-source Android core which I won't be including.

    13. My /system/sd is read only and/or didn't upgrade to ext3!
    Your filesystem is probably corrupt. Boot into Recovery 1.2+ and run a filesystem check from the menu. If it tells you to run it manually, drop to a console (alt+x) and run "e2fsck /dev/block/mmcblk0p2".

    14. Is ext3/ext4 safe for my SD card?
    Probably, unless your card is very old and does not support wear leveling. Use Google and decide for yourself.

    15. I have problems with force closes of paid apps and have to reinstall my them after a no-wipe upgrade!
    Run the "permission fixer" script. It is included in this build as well as Recovery 1.2+. Just execute "fix_permissions" from a terminal or the recovery console and reboot.

    16. Can I use your work in my own ROM?
    Of course, I am all about sharing! Just give credit where credit is due.

    17. It's taking forever to boot!
    The first boot will take longer than normal because dexopt needs to run. If you are nervous, connect USB and run "adb logcat" to watch the progress.

    18. My phone rebooted by itself!
    Possible kernel panic or oops. Please get me the output of "cat /proc/last_msg" when you reboot so it can be debugged.

    19. My camera is black and white only!
    You have settings left over from the old Android camera. Just go into the Camera, hit menu, settings, then "reset to defaults".

    20. My auto-rotate/accelerometer isn't working!
    Not really the fault of the ROM, but here's how to fix it: Go into recovery, drop to console, "mount /data", then "rm /data/misc/akmd* /data/misc/rild*" and reboot.

    21. What about swap space?
    As of 4.0, Compcache is activated by default unless a userinit.sh script is present. Search the forums for information on how to create a userinit.sh to activate swap.

    22. Will you include the Flash Player from Hero?
    No, because it's tightly coupled to the Hero Browser, which is tightly coupled to the Hero Framework. It's not easily portable at this point. Run Hero if you want it. Otherwise, we will have to wait for something more compatible.

    Changelog moved to next post!
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    [ROM] CyanogenMod - One Step Ahead (STABLE) [UPDATED 8/28 - v4.0.4]

    Changes in v4.0.4
    * Fixed settings FC
    * Process scheduling group code from Donut
    * Another possible fix for the phone number parsing issue
    * Added bash in xbin
    * Changed alarm clock timeout to 30 minutes because I sleep thru the 10 minute timeout
    * Kernel tweaks

    Changes in v4.0.3.1
    * Fixed kernel misconfiguration that broke the camera and prevented booting on some devices

    Changes in v4.0.3
    * More Donut guts: Bluetooth and audio updates
    * Fixed swap-free-notify for compcache
    * Tweaked kernel (trying out SLQB)
    * Lots of small stuff recently added to AOSP
    * Possible fix for the phone number parsing issue
    * And of course more stuff I forgot..

    Changes in v4.0.2
    * Possible fix for the "slow ring display" issue (from itp)
    * More Donut guts (mainly graphics/display code)
    * Turned off debug in the Mms app (rgv)
    * Fix for a few security issues
    * Modified cgroups a bit, should improve responsiveness
    * Vibrate-every-45 is off by default now
    * Added the dropbear SSH server into xbin
    * Dalvik update
    * Other things

    Changes in v4.0.1
    * Fixed resource id mismatches that were causing FCs
    * Revert a Dalvik change that caused FCs

    Changes in v4.0
    * Based on CM-3.9.10 (check the experimental thread for changelog)
    * Added LocationServices patch
    * Updated kernel

    Changes in v3.6.8.1
    * Fixed Camcorder (new permission required for 1.5r3)
    * Revert shell to standard Android sh because people suck at scripting :rolleyes:
    * Make Gears work again
    * Fix issues with various video player apps (YouTube, etc)

    Changes in v3.6.8
    * Rebuilt based on Android-1.5r3
    * Modified ramdisk init to mount /system/modules and /system/xbin earlier
    * Made ash the default shell

    Changes in v3.6.7.2
    * Fix conflict between HTC Camera and Exchange app
    * Fix memory leak in Music app

    Changes in v3.6.7.1
    * Rebuilt stock apps with correct resource ids

    Changes in v3.6.7
    * Fixed the oh-so-important Market bug :)
    * Fixed Camcorder
    * Tweaked cgroup settings
    * Included Compcache modules

    Changes in v3.6.6
    * Pulled in cgroups support from Donut, added some extra code to support foreground boost
    * Added new mail app from MyTouch, includes "Work Email" with Exchange support
    * Optimized all zips and pngs with 7zip and optipng
    * Enabled some options in the kernel for serial debugging
    * Small enhancements/bugfixes to various apps (Calendar/Music)
    * Launcher drawer is 5x4 / 6x3
    * Rolled back wpa_supplicant to old version to correct WiFi issues
    * New default wallpaper by TheGreenJester
    * KNOWN BUG: Market->Settings->Notifications causes a force close. Still working on it.
    * KNOWN BUG: Exiting Camcorder causes a FC. The video still records. Push Camera.apk from 3.6.5 until the next release.

    Changes in v3.6.5
    * Fix the API breakage that was accidentally introduced.

    Changes in v3.6.4.1
    * Revert patch to libdvm.so that was causing force close city
    * Fix bad signature on SetupWizard.apk

    Changes in v3.6.4
    * Fix shared userid problems that were causing boot loops
    * Sexy Hero-style transitions

    Changes in v3.6.3
    * Fix weirdness with Contacts/Calendar/others
    * Launcher tweaks
    * Dalvik update

    Changes in v3.6.2
    * Fix audio mixing issue
    * Lockscreen tweaks (Stericson)
    * Show provider name instead of "Android" (Stericson)
    * Added "Reboot phone" option to the power menu
    * Updated Settings app to not show false data for SD secondary when a2sd is disabled

    Changes in v3.6.1
    * Minor kernel tweaks, might save some battery
    * Update wifi driver
    * Stericson's AmazonMP3 hack that allows download over non-wifi
    * Lockscreen tweak from Stericson that allows the statusbar to be pulled down (except if pattern is enabled)
    * Added PowerTop tool
    * Moved some stuff around to save a little space
    * Added firstboot script to cleanly upgrade camera/album when not coming from 3.4.6

    Changes in v3.6
    * Revert Freetype and Bluetooth changes from 3.5.3
    * Kernel tweaks
    * Added mtdoops module for debugging kernel oopsen/panics
    * Lock screen tweaks
    * Add RPC support to BusyBox (requested)
    * Clean .odex files left by other ROMs off the SD card
    * STABLE!

    Changes in v3.5.3
    * Dalvik patches from master - better memory usage
    * Update wpa_supplicant from master
    * Update Freetype to 2.3.9 (nicer font hinting) (being reverted for next release)
    * Multithreaded A2DP from master (should reduce skipping)
    * Minor kernel tweaks
    * Include AUFS as a module by request
    * Fix lock screen glitches and shrink battery icons

    Changes in v3.5.2
    * Ditch SquashFS on /system/lib because of performance
    * Clean up the lock screen a bit, new icons, etc
    * Patch AlarmClock so it doesn't lose snoozes
    * If /system/sd/userinit.sh exists, execute it after a2sd setup

    Changes in v3.5.1
    * Add missing netfilter kernel modules and apply backported ext4 fixes
    * Included Stericson's spiffy lock screen
    * Some settings enhancements- show mod version and don't allow SD unmount when A2SD is active
    * Switched to squashfs instead of cramfs
    * /system/lib is now on squashfs, saving TONS of space (first boot of system is a little slower though)
    * Tweak some cpufreq settings
    * Disabled camera noise in libcameraservice since the HTC camera does it internally.

    Changes in v3.5
    * Kernel 2.6.29
    * Revert vold hack to default, for now.

    Changes in v3.4.6
    * Revert Dalvik changes due to DNS resolution issues
    * Clean up old camera prefs
    * There is an issue with the vold change on Vista. Working on it for next build.

    Changes in v3.4.5
    * Now includes the fully working HTC Camera!
    * Mounting SD over USB will now only show the VFAT partition
    * Some changes to a2sd startup to clean up symlinks if SD was removed
    * DalvikVM tweaks from master (for real this time)
    * Launcher now puts icons in the right place after a wipe

    Changes in v3.4.4
    * Uses a combination of bind mount and symlinks for A2SD
    * Launcher now has 5 screens and obeys system orientation setting
    * Upgraded BusyBox to 1.14.2
    * Upgraded kernel to 2.6.27.25, anticipatory iosched, enabled multicast
    * Fixed Street View

    Changes in v3.4.3
    * Back to 3.4.1 kernel
    * NO MORE AUFS - we now have automatic A2SD using bind mounts. It will even move your apps automatically for you
    * Settings app has been enhanced to show "SD Card Secondary" storage available/used (your ext partition)
    * Included newest Google Maps application
    * Don't mess with vfs_cache_pressure (sysctl.conf is still available, though)
    * There is an issue with installing protected apps in this version. Will be fixed for 3.4.4.

    Changes in v3.4.2
    * Switch back to anticipatory iosched
    * Use tiwlan driver from android-1.5r2 instead of master

    Changes in v3.4.1
    * Small kernel tweaks, add NFS client module
    * Fix racy A2SD startup that was causing all kinds of insanity for everyone (missing apps, force closes, etc)
    * Read /system/etc/sysctl.conf at startup
    * Moved shutdown/reboot services out of /system/init.rc because people seem to want to overwrite it.

    Changes in v3.4
    * Minor kernel tweaks
    * Fix perms on /data/app in update-script
    * Include fix_permissions
    * Marking as stable
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    If anyone wants to help with these threads, I can probably get a mod to add us a third post for the collected good bits from the thread.

    That would be sweet! Links to different posts within the thread would be much helpful to newcomers.
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    Do some research, you'll see that Cyan's ROMs are based on ADP 1.5...and, as of today, with some Donut mixed in.

    What? I understand it's based off ADP 1.5 hence the "ANDROID" boot screen and the device name of Android Dev 1. My question wasn't What is this mod based off of, it is: "Is anyone having problems with Bluetooth? If so, how did you fix it (if it works)." Since it's based off 1.5, and my HTC ADP 1.5 Image uses my BT Stereo headphones properly, what is different?
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    Hey all I'm new to flashing roms...

    Why are all of the ringtones/notification tones removed? So you know where I can find them and download them? Thanks.

    For space and try reading the first post. :rolleyes: