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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 498500 27-Jul-2011 13:38 Send private message

ChrisShortt99: I cleared the data for Swype and it is now working


Nice one!




Life is mostly froth and bubble, two things stand like stone - kindness in another's trouble, courage in your own.

SGSIII
ROM: WanamLite v1.3    Kernel: Ninphetamine v1.1.0   Modem: DXLEA

SGSII (Now belongs to SWMBO)
ROM: WanamLite v12     Kernel: Siyah v3.3.2   Modem: BVLPB

SGS
 (Cat's chew toy)

If you need a download-mode jig ASAP, you're welcome to borrow mine!  Works with SGS I/II/III.  I also have a SIM cutter available (Dunedin) - happy to post either to you at your cost.

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Geek


Reply # 498558 27-Jul-2011 16:00 Send private message

tallmaninthecnr: Just upgraded to 2.3.3 official thru Kies Laughing on Telecom



WARNING!!

So I plugged my phone into Kies last night and upgraded to 2.3.3 - no problem at all - went to bed a happy chap.

Got to work this morning to discover that post upgrade my phone had sent email cancellation messages for every past reoccurring meeting in my exchange calendar - over 17,000 emails! Not a very happy CEO or IT staff this morning!! some staff had received over 800 cancellation emails from my exchange account! - What gives? I've had a look around and others have reported this but so far no answers??? Any ideas? 

I'm running stock 2.3.3 via KIES and using the built in email / calendar exchange app on the SGS I9000T. 

FYI in case you're considering doing the upgrade and have an exchange account.

/WARNING!! 

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  Reply # 498578 27-Jul-2011 16:53 Send private message

LOL I am very stoked my CEO went on holiday before I got a chance to install this on his phone.

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Geek


Reply # 498692 27-Jul-2011 21:04 Send private message

yeah... fortunately our IT guys are good humoured fellows and saw the funny side of it [sort of].....

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  Reply # 498796 28-Jul-2011 08:59 Send private message

toa000: yeah... fortunately our IT guys are good humoured fellows and saw the funny side of it [sort of].....


Was it a company fone or your own?? If a company fone I'm not surprized that they hit you over the head with a big brick and say your fired next time you do this. :-)




Regards,

Old3eyes

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  Reply # 498866 28-Jul-2011 11:25 Send private message

sorry to combo-break this company IT exchange email discussion :) but i just have to say, after poor battery performance from the Galaxian kernel (high idle drain overnights and seemingly sluggish performance ~1500 quadrant scores, slow to respond to homescreen pans etc) i decided to try damianGTO's kernel again.

it wouldnt work on Darky's 10.2 due to custom boot animation but i then found his CWM script that disables the boot animation and gets his kernel working again. managed to install his RC1 version of the 2.2 Ginger kernel

result - insane speeds and responsiveness once again. JVQ is flying and im clocking over 3000 in quadrant - while the figure may be debatable as to a measure of performance, im comparing it against the previous kernel in the exact same rom setup, same clock speed and governor, same EXT4 filesystem - so i can say there is definitely something happening under the hood now :D i recommend it! whatever this damian is doing, its working

my current cold-snap frosty homescreen, with a bit of BattStat, D-Clock, and OneSeven widgeting:


quadrant screenshot:
.

even got the 4-tab lockscreen working in Darky 10.2 using a customised EDT Tweak apk

and getting great 3G performance on XT with the new JW2 modem :) happy camper




Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005, on Telecom 4G LTE.  ROM: Stock Touchwiz, Android 4.3, XUDMJ6  MODEM: MJ4  Kernel: Stock (for now...:)

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 499117 28-Jul-2011 20:31 Send private message

Is anyone else running the stock Telecom 2.2 and finding when they go to upgrade to through Kies they get a "this version of the device cannot be updated"

Very annoying as I have checked a few Stock Telecom 2.1 phones and they have the 2.3 upgrade available.

Do I need to roll back to stock 2.1, what is the easiest way to do this ? I know the stock Telecom 2.2 got pulled because of issues but you think Kies would still allow an upgrade from 2.2 as 2.3 is a newer version.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 499589 29-Jul-2011 21:21 Send private message

So seems like my phone is suffering from small amounts of lag again. I am sure it always does this after I flash a new ROM. Works awesomely for the first few days and then starts slowly suffering from micro-lag where just basic functions like opening contacts slows down.

I have read somewhere that this is kind of common for the SGSI i.e. that the micro-lags appear a few days after the flashing of a new ROM. Anyone else experienced something like this? Or is it just me?




Galaxy S3 i9300 running WanamLite XXEMC3 V6.5 JB 4.1.2 on the network Telecom XT




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  Reply # 499606 29-Jul-2011 22:19 Send private message

defragger: So seems like my phone is suffering from small amounts of lag again. I am sure it always does this after I flash a new ROM. Works awesomely for the first few days and then starts slowly suffering from micro-lag where just basic functions like opening contacts slows down.

I have read somewhere that this is kind of common for the SGSI i.e. that the micro-lags appear a few days after the flashing of a new ROM. Anyone else experienced something like this? Or is it just me?


What filesystem are you using? 




Current Devices: HTC One
Old Devices: SGS I9000, HTC Sensation, SGSII I9100, Asus Transformer, Samsung Galaxy S3

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All comments are my own opinion, and not that of my employer unless explicitly stated.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 499610 29-Jul-2011 22:26 Send private message

lokhor:
defragger: So seems like my phone is suffering from small amounts of lag again. I am sure it always does this after I flash a new ROM. Works awesomely for the first few days and then starts slowly suffering from micro-lag where just basic functions like opening contacts slows down.

I have read somewhere that this is kind of common for the SGSI i.e. that the micro-lags appear a few days after the flashing of a new ROM. Anyone else experienced something like this? Or is it just me?


What filesystem are you using? 


ext4. I don't know maybe I'm just being too pedantic about the whole thing. It runs fine sometimes and then other times has micro-lags appearing.




Galaxy S3 i9300 running WanamLite XXEMC3 V6.5 JB 4.1.2 on the network Telecom XT


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Master Geek


  Reply # 499658 30-Jul-2011 09:05 Send private message

I have no lags you speak of im running the same set up as as you.

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  Reply # 500190 1-Aug-2011 09:33 Send private message

defragger: So seems like my phone is suffering from small amounts of lag again. I am sure it always does this after I flash a new ROM. Works awesomely for the first few days and then starts slowly suffering from micro-lag where just basic functions like opening contacts slows down.

I have read somewhere that this is kind of common for the SGSI i.e. that the micro-lags appear a few days after the flashing of a new ROM. Anyone else experienced something like this? Or is it just me?


i notice the same thing dont worry, and i think its us being too pedantic sometimes also. however different kernels make the biggest impact to this - as does the govenor you use. a smooth kernel to begin with is a must, and if you swap to Ondemand governor you'll find that microlag stuff disappears quicksmart. i ran 1000mhz and ondemand for a while and it was pretty snappy the whole time. but my mind seemed to think this was heavier on battery than it needed to be, so i switched to 1200mhz conservative, and am very happy now.

on kernels like darkcore, speedmod and galaxian this effect was more pronounced than damanGTO or talon kernels




Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005, on Telecom 4G LTE.  ROM: Stock Touchwiz, Android 4.3, XUDMJ6  MODEM: MJ4  Kernel: Stock (for now...:)

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 500586 1-Aug-2011 22:17 Send private message

Yet another ginger leak.. JVR!

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 500604 1-Aug-2011 22:58 Send private message

hopefully someone here can give me some advice

I'm upgrading my i9000t using
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=940671

now I've got up to step 5 and started Odin but it has got to a certain point with no progress in about 20mins+ and it says should only take like 2-3 mins on video

Added!!
Odin v.3 engine (ID:3)..
File analysis..
Enter CS for MD5..
Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
Please wait..
Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
Leave CS..
SetupConnection..
Initialzation..
Set PIT file..
DO NOT TURN OFF TARGET!!

that's as far as I've got

anyone got any advice on what I should do?



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  Reply # 500607 1-Aug-2011 23:02 Send private message

Sometimes Odin dies during transfer, it's happened to me and I just rebooted back to download mode and tried again. 

Funny seeing you here btw Zephyr, remember Spooky's Haunt?  




Current Devices: HTC One
Old Devices: SGS I9000, HTC Sensation, SGSII I9100, Asus Transformer, Samsung Galaxy S3

Consultant @ProvokeZoo

All comments are my own opinion, and not that of my employer unless explicitly stated.

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