[ROM] [UNOFFICIAL] [5.1.1] [D800/801/802/LSVS980/F320] Euphoria-OS 1.1 [6/22]

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monkboy24

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What is this dalvik hack? Are you referring to art? What noticeable real world benefits do you see using it?

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Everything feels snappier and apps open faster and benchmarks are on par with the rest of the Snapdragon 800 devices and that's the least important part of it. I've always used with my Nexus 5 in love it more than art personally

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subhani

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Someone knows how to disable 'knock on' feature?

Settings, customisations, statusbar, double tap to sleep. Untick.

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They are dalvek libraries ported from the motox that give better performance and battery life while using dalvek

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Thanks buddy

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Lawlrus

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No problem. There are not many Roms that it works with it seems but Mahdi is one of them.

I've noticed less drain while using it on mahdi, so it is a viable option since Mahdi does not support art. (Least it didn't when I tried to activate it a while ago, bootloop city)

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Lawlrus

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I know cm introduced their own version of it, so cm based Roms bootloop after flashing it.

So ideally it would only work on more pure aosp base, but if im not mistaken, I tried it on vanir and it was a no go as well.


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New building coming shortly :good:

Sorry for all the off topic talk.

Taking a break from aosp for a while (tired of all the sod issues). But once I'm back I'm going full force with your kernel. Still highly impressed with how smooth it was.

You baking it into your builds now?

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dr87

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Taking a break from aosp for a while (tired of all the sod issues). But once I'm back I'm going full force with your kernel. Still highly impressed with how smooth it was.

You baking it into your builds now?

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Not yet but eventually, still have a fix a few things :good:

You SOD even after raising voltages a bit?
 
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Lawlrus

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Not yet but eventually, still have a fix a few things :good:

You SOD even after raising voltages a bit?

Yeah, I did raise the volatges by 50 and still had issues. It was gradual. It'd be all good then a day or a day and a half in I would get sod's and reboots.

Not sure if it was something I was doing. Switching art. Or whatever, so I figured I'd just relax till 4.4 drops and everything is solid.

It definietly was nothing like the first batches of the cm kernel though haha.

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dr87

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Yeah, I did raise the volatges by 50 and still had issues. It was gradual. It'd be all good then a day or a day and a half in I would get sod's and reboots.

Not sure if it was something I was doing. Switching art. Or whatever, so I figured I'd just relax till 4.4 drops and everything is solid.

It definietly was nothing like the first batches of the cm kernel though haha.

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I think its because some of the board source files seem to be more stable than others on 4.4. On 801 I've never had a single reboot or sod ever on 4.4, but I know a verizon phone that gets them often.

We have access to 4.4 source but it doesn't do us any good until kitkat officially releases on the phone and we can flash the KDZ and get all the new partitions, bootloader and modems. At that point we can build on the 4.4 kernel and not the 4.2.2 kernel and a lot of issues will be gone.
 

Lawlrus

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I think its because some of the board source files seem to be more stable than others on 4.4. On 801 I've never had a single reboot or sod ever on 4.4, but I know a verizon phone that gets them often.

We have access to 4.4 source but it doesn't do us any good until kitkat officially releases on the phone and we can flash the KDZ and get all the new partitions, bootloader and modems. At that point we can build on the 4.4 kernel and not the 4.2.2 kernel and a lot of issues will be gone.

I also noticed that the vs980 seems to get more sod's then other devices.

Beats call echo I guess lol

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subhani

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I also noticed that the vs980 seems to get more sod's then other devices.

Beats call echo I guess lol

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I'm on international D802 and I've never had SODs or call echo. Although I only really started using this ROM for about a month now. I'm just so impressed with how responsive and smooth it is compared to stock. With TSB, this device is just how I would love it to be. It's a nexus with all the hardware advantages of the great display, the never ending battery, the camera and IR blaster etc. Kudos to our devs.

Anyhoo, I'm wondering if the dalvik/bionic libs have been incorporated into the ROM already or would I have to apply that myself from their thread?

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Lawlrus

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I'm on international D802 and I've never had SODs or call echo. Although I only really started using this ROM for about a month now. I'm just so impressed with how responsive and smooth it is compared to stock. With TSB, this device is just how I would love it to be. It's a nexus with all the hardware advantages of the great display, the never ending battery, the camera and IR blaster etc. Kudos to our devs.

Anyhoo, I'm wondering if the dalvik/bionic libs have been incorporated into the ROM already or would I have to apply that myself from their thread?

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To the best of knowledge they have not been baked in.

Just download it and flash it. If they have already incorporated it, then it doesn't hurt anything. (Make a backup if you want).

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kirch21

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Loving your kernel so far just found out you also have Roms! Going to try this out when u post the new update!

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borimol

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Settings, customisations, statusbar, double tap to sleep. Untick.

That's for disable screen off, but I would like to disable screen on when I double tap when it's off. I think there isn't any option to disable power on screen.

Another question, do you think that the sound is too loud during a call? Is there away to lower the volume while talking on the phone? but even with it turned all the way down, its still very loud.
 
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That's for disable screen off, but I would like to disable screen on when I double tap when it's off. I think there isn't any option to disable power on screen.

Another question, do you think that the sound is too loud during a call? Is there away to lower the volume while talking on the phone? but even with it turned all the way down, its still very loud.

which phone do you have?

Dr87 pointed me this far :
I have experimented with root explorer in etc\mixer paths.xml and changed to 70 in the following lines:
It makes it lower, but also decreases the maximum volume:

<path name="handset">
<ctl name="SLIM RX1 MUX" value="AIF1_PB" />
<ctl name="SLIM_0_RX Channels" value="One" />
<ctl name="RX1 MIX1 INP1" value="RX1" />
<ctl name="CLASS_H_DSM MUX" value="DSM_HPHL_RX1" />
<ctl name="RX1 Digital Volume" value="70" />
<ctl name="DAC1 Switch" value="1" />
</path>

Somehow this makes speaker really load. So I changed same line under speaker.

Save, check permissions before and after, then reboot phone and victory.

At own risk.

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Great ROM

Just wanted to say this ROM is amazing. I've been running it for about a week and it's been rock solid with awesome battery life. This is easily the best AOSP ROM I've run so far on any phone all the way back to my S3. Awesome job!
 
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    I am not responsible for bricked devices, 
    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 me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. 
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    I choose to reopen the Mahdi thread since Mahdi-Rom is now Euphoria for Android L . This is the unofficial version maintained by me, however I am part of the Euphoria Team. Please do not ask which version is better, use whichever you like and do not debate it in either thread. My builds are based on the stock G2 L kernel rather than CM's kernel.​



    Installation instructions

    Installing Euphoria-OS for the first time, or coming from another ROM:
    - Make sure you're running a proper working ClockworkMod-Recovery/Team Win Recovery Project - WITH SELINUX SUPPORT!
    - Boot into Recovery
    - DO A DATA WIPE / FACTORY RESET
    - Flash Euphoria-OS zip from SDCard
    - Flash GApps zip from SDCard
    - Flash SuperSU for root (will add this in later)
    - Reboot
    - Don't restore system data using Titanium Backup!

    Upgrading from an earlier version:
    - Copy the ROM ZIP to your SDCard
    - Boot into Recovery
    - Flash the ROM zip from SDCard
    - Reboot


    Features

    Under The Hood
    AOSP Based
    Un-encrypted
    Theme Chooser
    Customize Quick Settings
    Delta Updates
    Disabled tether checking
    IME selector notification control
    Advanced reboot
    Adb notification control
    Adb over network
    Long press back to kill
    CPU info overlay
    Status bar brightness control
    Superuser built into privacy gaurd
    Battery Icons options
    Option to disable lock screen carrier label
    Slim heads up options
    Headsup - don't show if notification drawer is visible
    HeadsUp: Swipe options
    -left swipe dismiss
    -right swipe put into background
    -swipe down opens notification drawer and moves the notification into it
    USB OTG support
    cLock widget
    Notification weather panel
    Disable battery saver bar color
    Dialer - reverse number lookup
    HSPA+ Icons
    Statusbar clock and date customizations

    Sound
    AudioFX
    Eleven
    Increasing volume ringtones
    Profiles
    Increasing ring volume
    Less frequent Notifications
    Long Press Volume Keys to skip track
    Disable volume adjust sound
    Separate Ringtones & Notification volumes
    Expanded Volume Panel

    Navigation
    Navigation bar options - Size & Hide
    Left Handed nav bar in landscape
    Double tap to wake
    Sweep To Wake
    Double tap statusbar to sleep
    Wake on charge
    Keyboard cursor control
    Quick settings quick pulldown
    Long Press recent buttons to switch apps
    Long press back to kill app
    Customize clear all button location

    Security
    Privacy guard with advanced app opp control
    Blacklist for calls and sms
    Dialer
    Forward lookup
    Speed dial
    Vibrate on answer

    MMS
    Updated to material theme
    Pinch and zoom conversation screen
    Custom vibration patterns
    Quick reply
    Delay message timer
    Mms import & export

    Kernel
    Running Pure Stock LG L Kernel with required AOSP/Bug fixes - It will stay this way


    Known Issues
    ?

    Thanks to:
    First and most important thanks to Mahdi786
    More coming soon!


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    LP Bootstack: D800 / D801 / D802 / F320 / LS980 / VS980
    ROM: All devices

    XDA:DevDB Information
    Euphoria-OS, ROM for the LG G2

    Source Code: https://github.com/Euphoria-OS-Legacy
    Kernel Source: https://github.com/dr87/G2-L-KERNEL
    ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
    Based On: AOSP

    Version Information
    Status: Beta
    Current Stable Version: 1.1
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    Here are custom TWRPs I built with a working hotplug and thermal control. They do not run all cores online and maxed as TWRP does right now. The recovery should stay cool and not burn up like the current G2 TWRP.

    These are based on the 4.4.2 kernel and a JDI version exists (included in downloads folder)

    Brightness settings work, and persist on reboot

    Also, Double tap to wake is enabled ;)


    Don't flash this if -

    1. You don't know if your device needs a JDI version or not
    2. Don't know how to restore a recovery if something goes wrong

    Version 2.7.1.0 - These will be kept up to date when TWRP uploads the source.

    TWRP Downloads

    Flash in your current recovery. Triple check what variant you downloaded.


    Credits for TWRP go to Dees_Troy


    Edit: If you downloaded before this edit, please re-download. I fixed a device model error that prevented the flashing of roms that used device restrictions.
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    Sorry for the inactivity, I've been busy but I agree that I should have stopped by to let everyone know and I apologize for that

    As most people have seen Mahdi development itself (the Rom in general) has slowed a lot and is mainly bug fixes now. Kitkat is coming to an end soon, Mahdi-Rom will be continued in android L :good:

    We will get an update today for the G2 with the changes that have been made since 8-17

    I apologize again for not keeping you guys updated, the support everyone has given for this rom since G2 release has been great :good:
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    Final build (2.9) is released for the Nexus 5

    I will officially release this build for the G2 today, it will be the last Mahdi build for all devices until the Mahdi development picks up again by the team with the new android version.

    I may release another build for bug fixes if there is something I can fix that effects all variants (specific G2 issues) but Mahdi feature development will be finished for kitkat.

    Thanks everyone for supporting the rom for almost a year!
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    7-18 will be uploaded today, strongly recommended clean flash

    Synced with the latest Mahdi and on a new mahdi caf branch that better supports our kernel
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