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[ROM][I9100][OFFICIAL][7.1.2] LineageOS 14.1

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MigoMujahid

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treysis

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I'm facing some random reboots (or automatic booting while charging when turned off) with the newest build.

UPDATE: Not some, but constant reboots while charging.
 
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iSonik

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Sweet. Do you know if you can use OTG and charge at the same time on the i9100? I am building a Sound/Charging dock as a present out of wood and i cant test OTG cause i dont have the phone myself
 

Wachicamo

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I'm facing a wakelock with "RingtonePlayer". Like I mentioned before, for some reason my phone stops ringing the sound notifications and it seems like it's connected to this wakelock. Right now, It's not working the sound, but vibration does.

 
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MARCOSOFT

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Remove the superuser indicator "#"

Hello,
I noticed that many of you don't like the superuser indicator ('#') in the status bar and that some of you even flash SuperSU or Xposed, just to get rid of it.
Well, that's not necessary, because there is a much easier way.
So here is the "right way" to remove the "#":
1. Go to Settings > status bar > icons
2. Uncheck and re-check one of the items (to make sure the required settings entry is created)
3. Backup the file /data/system/users/0/settings_secure.xml
4. Open /data/system/users/0/settings_secure.xml with a text editor (as root)
5. Search for "icon_blacklist"
6. you will find something like this:
<settings id="96" name="icon_blacklist" value="" package="com.android.systemui" />
(ID may vary)
7. Add "su" between the quotation marks after value, so it looks like this:
<settings id="96" name="icon_blacklist" value="su" package="com.android.systemui" />
If value is not empty, just append ",su" (with a seperating comma):
<settings id="96" name="icon_blacklist" value="other,icons,su" package="com.android.systemui" />
8. Double check the XML syntax (a mistake here might cause a bootloop)
9. Save and reboot
 

sanyigz

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In CM13 there was a switch in developer options that enabled a cpu usage graph overlay, with the highest cpu user applications.
Where is that from LOS 14.1?
 

BenjyTec

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Anyone knows if it is possible to directly toogle on mobile data from the quick settings row if you swipe down once? Currently it expands the data usage panel what seems unnecessary to me. I'm on the 0228 build.

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In CM13 there was a switch in developer options that enabled a cpu usage graph overlay, with the highest cpu user applications.
Where is that from LOS 14.1?
Looks like it has been removed. I also can't find it. You could use the 'CPU Monitor' app instead. It also can display the CPU usage in the status bar.
 

gm0

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The maximum frequency doesn't stay stable on performance profile. Fallbacks to 800 MHz still happens, especially if you install something from Google Play or the phone is heavily loaded.

Still broken? I thought I saw in the changelog that that got fixed in this week's build. But I'm usually using the On Demand governor so I'm not sure.

I don't think that was his question though. To answer that one: you cannot manipulate the max CPU frequency in Lineage itself but if you root the phone there are plenty of apps to do it for you regardless of the ROM.
 

Nobby1960

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Still broken? I thought I saw in the changelog that that got fixed in this week's build. But I'm usually using the On Demand governor so I'm not sure.
One issue is gone, the CPU frequency don't fall back on 800 MHz in deep sleep. I use a modded Kernel Adiutor to hold the frequency on 1200 MHz with own settings in ondemand governor, that works quite well.
 

MARCOSOFT

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One issue is gone, the CPU frequency don't fall back on 800 MHz in deep sleep. I use a modded Kernel Adiutor to hold the frequency on 1200 MHz with own settings in ondemand governor, that works quite well.
Leave here the link to the modded Kernel Adiutor you are using.
What is the best app to change max CPU frequency in Lineage with root?
 
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    Code:
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    **
    ** We are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
    ** thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
    ** do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
    ** before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
    ** you point the finger at us for messing up your device, we will laugh at you.
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    **/

    All the source code for LineageOS is available in the LineageOS Github repo. And if you would like to contribute to LineageOS, please visit out Gerrit Code Review.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    Root is not included by default on LineageOS 14.1. You need to install an add-on via recovery. You only need to install this once. You can download the SU add-on here
    After installation go to Settings>Developer Options>Root access and set to Apps only or Apps and ADB.

    LineageOS comes with LineageOS Recovery by default, if you don't like it (like me ;)) you can flash alternative recoveries using IsoRec. You really need 1GB /system partition. The smallest build-configuration is larger than 512mb. You can use ODIN, but you can also use Lanchon's REPIT.

    If you're interested in BLN, check this thread for a complete support of this feature.
    If you're interested to go to emulated-storage, check this thread.

    Official LineageOS Wiki: http://wiki.lineageos.org/
    Changelog: https://www.lineageoslog.com/14.1/i9100

    LineageOS official nightly builds
    https://download.lineageos.org/i9100

    Google Apps:
    http://opengapps.org/


    XDA:DevDB Information
    Lineage OS 14.1, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S II

    Contributors
    rINanDO, lysergic acid, serenitys
    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
    Based On: LineageOS

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2017-02-13
    Last Updated 2017-04-20
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    [i9100] Useful fixes for LineageOS 14.1 [7.1.2]

    [i9100] Useful fixes for LineageOS 14.1 [7.1.2]
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    Hi all,

    :D I'm just dropping an image and a link :D
    Click here!
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    Hi there you all diehard S2 users,

    As a few of you all users know, last couple months I'm working and testing PegasusQ-governor with a new PowerHAL. I'm planning to make this the default governor instead of on-demand to get same performance and better battery life. I resolved the issue PegasusQ with the 150Mhz fix of zeitferne so it is stable to use.

    What does the new PowerHAL?
    Currently the PowerHAL does this:
    • Powersave : conservative governor
    • Balanced: On-demand governor
    • Performance: performance governor

    The new PowerHAL supports PegasusQ governor by tweaking its settings (like its big brother i9300 does):
    • Powersave : PegasusQ freq limited to 600Mhz
    • Balanced: PegasusQ freq standard profile
    • Performance: PegasusQ fixed freq 1200Mhz (still drops to 800Mhz when CPU is getting hot. This is by-design and not managed by governor)
    Also we will have PegasusQ boosting:
    • Frequency will be boosted for 2 secs when an app launches
    • Frequency will be shortly boosted when interacting with the device for more responsiveness
    • Less aggressive profile when the display is turned off to save battery (using max 1 cpu max 600Mhz in PowerSave)

    I'm planning to submit the following commits in next weekly, but I want to notify you all first about these changes:
    https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/168813/
    https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/168815/

    What I like to know is if PegasusQ is really improving battery and/or performance when we set it to default governor.
    It must be set to default governor (at boot) because of the permissions which needs to be set at boottime.
    Otherwise the PowerHAL doesn't have permissions to tweak PegasusQ and we miss all the nice features.
    When the experience with PegasusQ is poor, I will revert the commits so we switch back to on-demand.

    • For those who wants to test PegasusQ + new PowerHAL right now, download my unofficial build here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=889764386195918750
    • For those who wants to test performance with Official build: Keep track of your battery life until next weekly and compare after you updated officially
    • For those who don't want take any risk with PegasusQ until tested: Don't update your phone at least 2 weeks

    In my case I got about 10% more battery life and PowerSave now actually saves power. However Antutu Benchmark maxed out at about 18100 (instead of 19500 with ondemand).
    I hope this will be the also the case on your devices.
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    @the.gangster: I think it can just put LineageOS recovery two times, and since it is an option it can be disabled by the user.
    And maybe it can be extended to auto-flash it when the phone come from a not-IsoRec kernel but it is just my opinion.

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    @rINanDO
    They have removed us: https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/161752/
    I hope someone fix sepolicies before the next nightly build raid.
    It is already fixed. The faulty commit is reverted and I requested to add our device again. https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/162099/