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  Reply # 581354 14-Feb-2012 14:18

networkn: I see class up 8, I presume higher = faster, does the GS2 have a limit or compatibility issue with bigger/faster ones?


Higher class isn't necessarily better.  Higher sequential read/write speeds sacrifice random access speed.

There's a good comparison at XDA Developers: http://www.xda-developers.com/android/32-gb-micro-sd-analysis-speed-test/

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  Reply # 581530 14-Feb-2012 19:49 Send private message

Hugely impressed with Simone's latest version of his NEAK kernel, combined with the latest XXLPB modem - 2 days, 15 hours off charge, and still 51% left (with 1h 30 screen on).




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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  Reply # 581531 14-Feb-2012 19:55 Send private message

Nofam, what ROM are you on, your sig says Dlev

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  Reply # 581532 14-Feb-2012 19:55 Send private message

kiwitrc: Nofam, what ROM are you on, your sig says Dlev


Sorry, just updated my sig now. . . .been a bit slack!! ;-) 




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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  Reply # 581607 14-Feb-2012 23:33 Send private message

Which ICS ROM are people using these days? Are they very stable now? I tried an early release and it was awful.

I like the look of ResurrectionROM but don't like to spend my evenings swapping rom's so would like some thoughts heh

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  Reply # 581609 14-Feb-2012 23:40 Send private message

I hav e tried the last 4 resurrection roms (8.6, 9.0, 9.1 and now 9,2) and they are great, get the odd FC but not enough to worry you.

9.2 is a slick rom, it feels good, is fast and smooth, well worth the effort, battery life is on par if not better than GB, try it you will be impressed

ps i think you need to put 9.1 rom on which is non wipe then slap 9.2 (non-wipe) over the top

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  Reply # 581613 15-Feb-2012 00:03 Send private message

Wade: ps i think you need to put 9.1 rom on which is non wipe then slap 9.2 (non-wipe) over the top
Yeah I read that note. Does app data from Titanium Backup work when copied back over or is it a little hit an miss on that front?

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  Reply # 581708 15-Feb-2012 10:57 Send private message

Disrespective: Which ICS ROM are people using these days? Are they very stable now? I tried an early release and it was awful.

I've been meaning to install WanamLite for about a week now. I just haven't found the time to do it yet. Word on XDA is that it's quite stable.

Many people seem quite happy with Resurrection Remix, but I won't go anywhere near it. For starters, it has an unnecessarily complex install method, require 3 different CWM zips and some additional CWM tasks. It's completely possible to do that in a single zip with no extra tasks. I'm also unhappy with the amount of unneeded crud that gets installed. There's a 10MB framework package that I can't find any information on (/system/framework/yeniframework-res.apk), and a copy of MP3 Downloader Pro (which most people probably don't want).

As soon as I find the time to do some firmware flashing, I'll report back on WanamLite's performance and stability.

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  Reply # 581831 15-Feb-2012 13:50 Send private message

Out of curiosity, has anyone recently tried a Samfirmware ICS rom?
FWIW I prefer REMiX over Omega.  Hard to put my finger on it, I just feel less comfortable with Omega.

REMiX included APNs.  You'll need to set these up with Omega.  I also preferred the UI of REMix.  Omega still has quite a chunky menu which you'll need to flash a theme over if you don't like all the colours.

Just seemed to me to be a lot more work to make the phone look and feel how I wanted it, and still with a bunch of tweaking it doesn't feel right to me.

Both ROMs have had stalls where they eventually result in a FC.  But when you next run the same app (immediately after) it all behaves perfectly.

I'll be d/l the latest REMiX over the weekend.  I'm sure between now and then there's likely to be yet another update.

And in case anyone is still listening to my opinion, I would always do a full factory reset when going to a new ROM e.g. GB to ICS, or even one Dev's ICS to another Dev's ICS.  If you're using the donate/paid version of TB then it's only another 10 or so minutes in setting the phone up (especially if you have a launcher you can "restore" the homescreen settings), and it's more likely going to result in a cleaner install/experience.

You can't be sure what files will be hanging around from a previous ROM.  

Another "curiosity" question, do any of you use SD Maid? 




Samsung Galaxy S I9000 16GB (Optus) | 32GB SD | CM9
Samsung Galaxy S I9100 16GB | 64 GB SD | Omega v9 (UK origin on XT Network)
Asus Eee Transformer Pad 32GB | 16 GB SD | ICS 4.0.3 stock (rooted)

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  Reply # 582006 15-Feb-2012 19:23 Send private message

Currently using Omega, and yes need to set the APNs, which is a pain because ICS doesnt allow an APN backup to be restored. Is there a way to bypass this restriction?

For me the most stable so far has been Darky's FixRom. I ran Remix a few versions back but it never played nicely and i usually reverted to my GB Nandroid backup within an hour or so. Phew for Nadroid backups!

Wifi has been scratchy on all of the ICS roms so far for me and the range seems to be less. Bluetooth via my headphones has been excellent though.

May try the latest Remix in the weekend as well.

BG backups on Titanium Backup have been mostly pretty good, however any not playing nice with ICS, have been redownloaded from the market and running fine again.




- Telstra HTC Touch Pro2 - Energy ROM WM6.5.5 20 Oct/Cyanogen Mod Froyo 2.2 - R.I.P
- AT&T Galaxy S Captivate 16GB on XT (now with brother)
- Samsung Galaxy S2 on XT- Runs ICS 4.0.3 Resurrection Remix 9.2
- Business Hours - Work In The Electricity Industry, After Hours - DJ/Turntablist - Will Scratch Vinyl For Free'
- What's next??? S3?

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  Reply # 582185 16-Feb-2012 09:25 Send private message

I've been using Remix and have found it very good. And yes it is a three step install plus wipes and permission fix. But if you follow this to a t it is very stable.
9.2 is a full wipe now as there were issues with non wipe installs.
And I think till a final ics comes out (not an alpha or beta release) full wipes will be the most reliable installs.

If coming from GGB I would restore apps in small groups at a time as some apps are still not ics compatible, and can cause problems

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  Reply # 582280 16-Feb-2012 11:28 Send private message

Does anyone know of an app that lets you control which services load on startup?  Or a way to control this manually via ADB etc?

I have two apps (NEAK OTA tool and Let’s Golf 3) that insist on loading at boot – kill them off, and they re-start fine with the app when needed, so I don’t see the sense in having them running all the time!!!




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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  Reply # 582543 16-Feb-2012 20:44 Send private message

I've used an app called Autostarts in the past for this

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  Reply # 582549 16-Feb-2012 20:57 Send private message

BigHammer: I've used an app called Autostarts in the past for this


Thanks - had just downloaded Gemini App Manager, which seems to have done the trick. . . .It's amazing what apps have the ability to run at boot for the heck of it! 




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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  Reply # 582892 17-Feb-2012 16:24 Send private message

ICS is good but there are still no kernels to O/C.
Because of this I went back to GB 2.3.6
using SpeedMod S2 K2-20 Base XKL1
I am getting 3  days of battery ,Using a Jawbone for at least 4 hours a day.
And running @ 1.452 GHz with  GPU locked at 267Mhz
Currently benched with Quad @ 4420(updated version)
Older version 5200

And with CF at over 13000





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