[ROM] SupeAosp 8.6-AW for Nexus S

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eatTHESEbullets

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And now anyways, is anyone using morfic UV kernel? Every time I try it I get random reboots on this rom. Could it be a conflict with setcpu or.proton?

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sk3201

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I asked him for a response .. based on his reply, i was willing to consider supporting him in material ways. I was willing to accept it was a joke that you had started. I didn't jump to any conclusions at all. The level of discussion in that thread isn't good for anything.. If anyone needed calling out,it was yourself and others who posted pics of cars etc. I didn't even call u out anyway.

This device I'm using isn't a toy.I need it to work well. If there is a problem, I want someone mature to respond to my questions. Try to understand. Now...

why are you here in this thread? Adding to the community with a great post again?

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Just shut up. If you have an issue with morfics support, go away and use another kernel. Btw: trinity uv 11 is the best kernel for me and since it is reboot free i dont care about any boot image. Blaming such great work? Idiot! Again, shut up! And no, i am not willing to respond a second time. Its not worth it. Over and out.


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lichti1901

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And now anyways, is anyone using morfic UV kernel? Every time I try it I get random reboots on this rom. Could it be a conflict with setcpu or.proton?

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I think its a Problem with proton! Isnt proton only for netarchy and matr1x Kernel? Im using tuv11 with 1100/100 onemand (setcpu) and had not 1 reboot since i use it! I dont use t12 or t13, becouse i need good batterylife and tuv11 have it for me!
Best regards

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lichti1901

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I asked him for a response .. based on his reply, i was willing to consider supporting him in material ways. I was willing to accept it was a joke that you had started. I didn't jump to any conclusions at all. The level of discussion in that thread isn't good for anything.. If anyone needed calling out,it was yourself and others who posted pics of cars etc. I didn't even call u out anyway.

This device I'm using isn't a toy.I need it to work well. If there is a problem, I want someone mature to respond to my questions. Try to understand. Now...

why are you here in this thread? Adding to the community with a great post again?

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If anybody has a Problem and asking for help, they will get pretty good support in morfics thread! Why u cant read such Problems or questions in his thread the last days /weeks ... because there are no bugs /Problems with morfics Kernel! If there is a Problem anyone who can will help!
Is it so hard for you to understand that?

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DaX05

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I think its a Problem with proton! Isnt proton only for netarchy and matr1x Kernel? Im using tuv11 with 1100/100 onemand (setcpu) and had not 1 reboot since i use it! I dont use t12 or t13, becouse i need good batterylife and tuv11 have it for me!
Best regards

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Yes! Proton only supports Netarchy & Matr1x kernels at the moment. (Although Matr1x has a lot of morfic's work in it.)

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siffar

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And now anyways, is anyone using morfic UV kernel? Every time I try it I get random reboots on this rom. Could it be a conflict with setcpu or.proton?

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I am using TUV11 since last night and I have zilch issues so far. Perhaps something else is causing random reboots. Install this and let it reboot at least once before you flash TUV11. Of course wipe dalvik cache before flashing
 

tanclo

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I can see why some people become unemployed and sit in their mom's basement writing viruses lol. Infantile, no class, no sense and no manners. They start out foisting images onto unsuspectingpeople, they have fanboys who eventually become unemployed too and they all live together in a weird reality.

I'm happy to say, I have no reboots btw.

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eatTHESEbullets

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I can see why some people become unemployed and sit in their mom's basement writing viruses lol. Infantile, no class, no sense and no manners. They start out foisting images onto unsuspectingpeople, they have fanboys who eventually become unemployed too and they all live together in a weird reality.

I'm happy to say, I have no reboots btw.

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Wtf are you going on about now?

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nixguy

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I am using TUV11 since last night and I have zilch issues so far. Perhaps something else is causing random reboots. Install this and let it reboot at least once before you flash TUV11. Of course wipe dalvik cache before flashing

How is the battery life with tuv11?

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MistaJae

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Hi All,

Sorry if this has been covered already, but I just wanted to know if I can flash SuperOSR over SuperAOSP 8.2? (I'm not keen on doing a full wipe)

Thanks in advance

EDIT: Just found this post and answered my question. Time to give SuperOSR a try!

No need to fully wipe your phone for this, but I did anyway and it's very smooth. But like the others I can't tell the difference between this and 8.6

Replaced the kernel with Trinity 13

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shubu000

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I remember someone said that he's having notification bar problems where the items can't be clicked.

I'm noe having that problem. Any solutions?

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markywylder

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Wow...I can see why so many people are now choosing to go elsewhere for Android resources. I come in here to read a bit and have to sort through so much childish nonsense. Grow up people. They're "Phones". Laughable really.....To the developers: Good work and thanks for these great resources. Too bad you have so many kindergarten children running around squabbling with each other like a schoolyard at recess time. I feel for ya lol

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    SuperAosp 8.6 AW in download


    SuperAosp for Nexus S

    Special thanks to the creator of the item inexus from which I have been inspired to give a graphic touch to the rom.

    Thanks to Netarchy & Supercurio for incredible kernel!!

    This rom (not a mod) has been developed entirely from the source of Google and very little of Cyanogen framework.

    Thanks to Cyanogen and all his staff for the contributions received.

    Is installed from the recovery, as always, do not worry if it takes a while to leave the first splash is entirely normal and configuration files running on first boot.

    WARNING!

    Only if you come from different roms (Donut, Eclair, Froyo) is necessary to WIPE, when coding in Gingerbread from this rom will not need to wipe again to install later roms.


    New SupSetup V20 in all roms, not serve any previous SupSetup for this rom

    The new integrated SupSetup activation brings on-demand applications in the applications section extras, you can enable applications that interest you as the Roma comes in "Lite" (without extra applications installed) so that everyone can choose the best configuration.
    It is important before you set up Google account to be activated from applications before SupSetup so that when you connect to the servers to configure your Google account, they enter the downloads section.
    After entering the market and to display applications install any application downloads for cool downloads.

    General
    - Rom in "LITE"
    - Wake & Unlock
    - Always visible Bluetooth Settings (tolemaC)
    - Hide clock
    - Percentage of battery
    - It's part of Cyanogen CyanogenModsettings
    - Etc ...

    Applications
    - You can install more from the extra applications SupSetup
    - Google Apps
    - Flash Player 10.2

    *since the [OP] did not update the Change Log, I've copied it over from Google Translate* AG

    SuperAosp 8.6 AW
    - Select the permissions for default installations (anti trojan)
    - New kernel Netarchy + very cute with less use of wifi and a better response.
    - disabled widgets indicators in the top bar
    - Edited the browser to enhance the existing lag
    - New SupSetup with clean code
    - 1 new theme
    - New Wallpapers
    - More translations in many apk'se

    SuperAosp 8.2 AW
    - Google Talk Video
    - Kernel Netarchy+Supercurio = rock and stable kernel
    - Implemented fixes git.android+cyanogenmod
    - etc...

    SuperAosp 8.0
    - Completely Android 2.3.4
    - New kernel for i9023 inside the rom, and alternative kernel for i9020

    SuperAosp 6.4
    - New kernel in mode UV, end reboots
    - Correct images framework
    - More stable

    SuperAosp 6.2
    - Solution to the tables in texts
    - Implemented operating in compact mode (default) is changed in the parts, interface
    - New transitions and animations (only HDPI)

    SuperAosp 6.0
    - Lots of changes in framework for stability
    - Gallery now supports screen rotation without having activated
    - Contacts and Phone allows landscape mode
    - Added control adlx Romstats of people who use the roms in different version. completely transparent. You can see from here http://adlx.net84.net/stats.php
    - Reissue of how to address issues to avoid problems when applied
    - Now the status bar can be put down as in the tablets. From integrated SupSetup Spare Parts
    - Added Advanced Settings Widgets
    - Improved wireless internet access in some routers polemic
    - New kernel even more optimized
    * Full WIPE Required!

    SuperAosp 4.8
    - Added boot sound is disabled from SupSetup advanced.
    - Improvement of framework
    - New battery.
    - Improving the management of WiFi.
    Note: The first sound is the sneak rom installation, let it ring until the end. Then reboot and Jauja we'll laugh a while.
    This sound can be changed by you will. And explain how.

    SuperAosp 4.6
    - Fixed status bar disappears when you change the subject
    - Fixed View Topic
    - New theme of batteries (Aura)
    - Fixed CPU frequencies from SupSetup (parts)

    SuperAosp 4.4
    - Rotation in launcher
    - 2048 in writing sdcard
    - Bln control (i9020 only)
    - Implemented ext4 patch supercurio
    - SupSetup translated into English (XDA)

    SuperAosp 4.2
    - Added 3 mini themes. battery number, battery circle, battery normal.
    - Minimal bugs fixes.

    * SuperAosp 2.8.8
    - Incredible softness and sound
    - New kernel with frequencies up to 1400 mhz
    - Voodoo integrated sound
    - Added DSPManager
    - New source
    - Added transparency
    - Fixed bug in backups SupSetup (tolemaC)
    - Fixed bug when switching between chat Gtalk
    - Fixed bug in keyboard
    - Flash Player 10.2
    - Disabled by default data conection
    - Less time to show incoming calls
    - etc ...

    * SuperAosp 2.8.4
    - New CPU frequency
    - Type of browser
    - Private mode in the integrated browser

    * SuperAosp 2.8.2
    - Added configurable lockscreen
    - fixed delete button calculator
    - Optimization of profiles
    - Improved automatic brightness control
    - New Google apps
    - Implemented 2.3.3 r_2

    * SuperAosp 2.6
    - Integration full to 2.3.3

    * SuperAosp 2.2
    - Upgrade to version 2.3.3
    - Fixed delete calculator
    - Fixed installation of applications, such unreason Angry birds error -18

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    why the name calling? you force me to respond to it? well, i'm truly sorry, superatmel but i didn't start it.

    if you read my objections to the way morfic's thread has degenerated into a discussion about cars and subliminal images (encouraged by you simms22) then you will understand that my objections have nothing to do with the bootimage itself, rather with the management of the thread when fanboys get emotional and start name calling, they bring down the entire community.

    when i visit a thread, i don't want to wade through a lot of irrelevant comments. neither do i feel comfortable with supporting a dev who sits and deliberately wastes time with inserting numbers or hidden meaning (i don't care what they mean really) into his work. I asked for a serious reply from morfic but i didn't get one. i conclude, though his work might have merit, i don't have confidence in supporting it based on what i can glean from his replies to my questions. this is my choice. it has nothing to do with bigotry. this site is meant for devs to work on their coding and for users to find some sort of support.

    now stop flaming me (and stalking me) and wasting time on this thread.

    luckily for you, i had time to think up a reply while i was on my way home, it originally wasnt going to be as nice.

    first thing to get out of the way, you DID start this. it didnt just appear out of nowhere. here is what started it. this is you im quoting, right?
    What's the meaning of this? I was about to download this kernel?? Please confirm this is a joke because i will not support devs who are leaning toward this sort of nonsense. XDA is not a platform for this kind of thing at all. Please read the terms of use.

    Besides my principled objection to using something that attempts to promote this thing, i am doubtful someone who would do that is mature enough to provide any reasonable long term support to users. So I'm asking for official response about this from the dev.

    Sent from my Nexus | [email protected] | Netarchy-1.3.7-cfs
    youre calling morfic out in his own thread. for what he chooses to do to his own kernel. the right thing to do would have been to just not use trinity if you were so against it. or at least ask him politely what its all about.
    now, what you see as a degeneration of the trinity thread, many others see as having fun and growing. and thats what this is all about, having fun. a far majority of people here are doing this development, flashing, hacking, helping, and so on, because its fun for them. im sure morfic isnt making a living off his kernels. hes doing because its fun for him and he enjoys it. i do all the helping that i do, and dont have a donate link. ive been helping people for a long long time now, and have never once asked for a donation. i do it for fun. oh, flashing and testing i do because its fun too. i enjoy it. and im sure that most the other people are here having fun. unfortunately for you, i believe that threads that are boring, arent read through. nobody wants to read boring things. you know when threads are going really well and people feel like a community, is when people in a thread are using humor, helping out, learning, and sharing. thats a healthy growing environement. and people generally read more of the thread than just skim over looking for answers. but when you go into a developers thread, and call him out for how he runs HIS thread, thats just wrong, by any standards.
    you don't want to wade through a lot of irrelevant comments. neither do you feel comfortable with supporting a dev who sits and deliberately wastes time with inserting numbers or hidden meaning, thats fine, its your choice. dont flash it. dont read the thread. dont support morfic. its all your choice. just, next time, dont call a dev out in their own thread. thats all im going say, even if you respond. its over.
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    cant wait to give this a shot!
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    I edited the SuppSetup.apk so it reads in english. You have to first delete the original org.jros.SupSetupV20.apk located in /data/app/ and push the modified one to /system/app/.

    I have no idea why it won't work by pushing it back to it's original location, but I tried everything I could think of to get it to work. As a last resort before I crash out for the night I pushed it to /system/app/ and everything works fine.

    Enjoy.

    EDIT: Don't forget to change permissions.