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Master Geek


  Reply # 431561 26-Jan-2011 20:01 Send private message

Damager: Ah thanks for that wazz! Havent checked out CM since version 6 froyo 2.2. There was a Captivate port and i tried it, looked great but far too many bugs. I wonder if the Captivate developers will try a port of CM7 or wait until pure 2.3 port is finished. I think supercurio and the CM team are working collectively on it still.


As far as I know the current build will boot on the captivate with a few work arounds but no one is working on it specifically. I imagine though once an RC build is finished it wont be too hard to get it working properly on the captivate, the phones are very similar after all.
Supercurio is now working on voodoo sound now instead.

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 431580 26-Jan-2011 21:37 Send private message

Came across this on XDA yesterday; with a bit more dev work it might be quite cool (or quite annoying, depending on your point-of-view!)




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  Reply # 431594 26-Jan-2011 22:06 Send private message

nofam: Came across this on XDA yesterday; with a bit more dev work it might be quite cool (or quite annoying, depending on your point-of-view!)


The first bit made me feel sea sick!  But the scrolling through the pictures was kinda cool.




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  Reply # 431595 26-Jan-2011 22:06 Send private message

Shrapnel:
defragger:
Shrapnel:
defragger: ^ Yep 9.0.2 installed flawlessly for me. Finding it very stable. No lag or programs crashing so far.


Did you do a full wipe from a different rom or did you already have Darkys v8 or something? 


Had to full wipe as I was on criskelo's xxjpy. You can only no-wipe if you are upgrading from another version of Darkys, otherwise the ROM will wipe everything. 


Does the speedmod kernel you flashed with Darky's V9.0.2 have CWM Recov on it already?

Yes it does. 




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  Reply # 431613 26-Jan-2011 23:13 Send private message

what good quality but not too expensive headphones is everyone using? and not the ear bud type.. doesnt matter what ear bud ones i get and even with the smallest ear bud things, they just fall out!


wasnt really happy with the volume, full volume on the default samsung headphones still not loud enough. purchased the louder volume hack from the market and there's a definite increase so happier now.





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  Reply # 431672 27-Jan-2011 08:39 Send private message

Damager: what good quality but not too expensive headphones is everyone using? and not the ear bud type.. doesnt matter what ear bud ones i get and even with the smallest ear bud things, they just fall out!


wasnt really happy with the volume, full volume on the default samsung headphones still not loud enough. purchased the louder volume hack from the market and there's a definite increase so happier now.



I use these sony ones: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=291327

I think they're great but that's just my pers pref. They are kinda of in-ear but the don't have proper buds so they might not be suited to you.





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Master Geek


  Reply # 431711 27-Jan-2011 09:43 Send private message

Damager: what good quality but not too expensive headphones is everyone using? and not the ear bud type.. doesnt matter what ear bud ones i get and even with the smallest ear bud things, they just fall out!
wasnt really happy with the volume, full volume on the default samsung headphones still not loud enough. purchased the louder volume hack from the market and there's a definite increase so happier now.

I use these, good sound quality and they are noise cancelling too...https://www.blackboxonline.com/au/pages/C14-Earphone.html

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  Reply # 431718 27-Jan-2011 10:01 Send private message

i just got these ones
http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4d408aca03503cda273fc0a87f3b06bc/Product/View/C9299

i don't like plug headphones they just irradiate my ears . these clip on ear headphones are good they don't fall out(use them on the farm -driving on a motor bike etc) sound quality is good, there's quite a few models of these kind around....




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Reply # 431737 27-Jan-2011 10:29 Send private message

I have a question, I am with 2 degrees and you can't get Facebook notifications sent to your phone, is there any other way of doing this? oh and I have a SGS Vodafone version not the telecom one.

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Reply # 431739 27-Jan-2011 10:32 Send private message

Also I read somewhere might of been here about the cycle thing where you reset your battery to last longer? You discharge it then take battery out wait 60 secs then fully charge etc, can someone tell me the exact thing to do? cheers



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  Reply # 431751 27-Jan-2011 10:52 Send private message

jemika: I have a question, I am with 2 degrees and you can't get Facebook notifications sent to your phone, is there any other way of doing this? oh and I have a SGS Vodafone version not the telecom one.


Do you mean text notifications? I would just set the Facebook app to check half hourly for notifications.




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  Reply # 431776 27-Jan-2011 12:17 Send private message

jemika: Also I read somewhere might of been here about the cycle thing where you reset your battery to last longer? You discharge it then take battery out wait 60 secs then fully charge etc, can someone tell me the exact thing to do? cheers


Hi, here's a link that'll explain the Battery reset thingee :)




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  Reply # 431841 27-Jan-2011 14:33 Send private message

Shrapnel:
Damager: what good quality but not too expensive headphones is everyone using? and not the ear bud type.. doesnt matter what ear bud ones i get and even with the smallest ear bud things, they just fall out!


wasnt really happy with the volume, full volume on the default samsung headphones still not loud enough. purchased the louder volume hack from the market and there's a definite increase so happier now.



I use these sony ones: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=291327

I think they're great but that's just my pers pref. They are kinda of in-ear but the don't have proper buds so they might not be suited to you.



So these Sony ones work well, I have seen them before and the price is pretty good. I heard somewhere ages ago something about the 4 way socket contacts needing an adapter for the 3 way stereo plug cause samsung swapped 2 contacts?? (Something like that)

Obviously there is no Music player controls on them.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 431886 27-Jan-2011 16:27 Send private message

I followed the guide here to calibrate my battery after updating to Darky's ROM. Got 0% battery drain overnight. Very happy :)




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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 431944 27-Jan-2011 20:50 Send private message

sittingduckz:
Shrapnel:
Damager: what good quality but not too expensive headphones is everyone using? and not the ear bud type.. doesnt matter what ear bud ones i get and even with the smallest ear bud things, they just fall out!


wasnt really happy with the volume, full volume on the default samsung headphones still not loud enough. purchased the louder volume hack from the market and there's a definite increase so happier now.



I use these sony ones: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=291327

I think they're great but that's just my pers pref. They are kinda of in-ear but the don't have proper buds so they might not be suited to you.



So these Sony ones work well, I have seen them before and the price is pretty good. I heard somewhere ages ago something about the 4 way socket contacts needing an adapter for the 3 way stereo plug cause samsung swapped 2 contacts?? (Something like that)

Obviously there is no Music player controls on them.


I find them fine( better than average ones) and I got them for like $19 which is a steal. I tried some 4 contact headphones(like the ones with Ipod's) and ended up only getting high pitched music with no voice so thats that.

Just flashed Darky's v9.0.2 and it works great, extremely happy. What modems are you telecom guys finding the best? JPY, JPA or JL2? 




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