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  Reply # 414952 9-Dec-2010 12:06 Send private message

lokhor: I think we need to wait for the kernel source for 2.2.1 to be released before we see a good speedmod kernel for this rom.


Yes, flashing speedmod causes Wifi to kill itself. 




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  Reply # 414973 9-Dec-2010 12:47 Send private message

Supercurio has apparently created a Voodoo kernel that uses the JPU kernel, maybe you could try that.




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  Reply # 414999 9-Dec-2010 13:19 Send private message

One important caveat for early adopters of 2.2.1 - it seems to disable many current methods of gaining root access, so make sure you can actually do root-level backups etc first




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  Reply # 415056 9-Dec-2010 14:26 Send private message

apparently superoneclick root works and there is a new z4root that supports it already. imo bring on the custom roms.




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  Reply # 415086 9-Dec-2010 15:26 Send private message

Do you guys reckon this will be made available publicly, ie through Kies, for everyone?



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  Reply # 415094 9-Dec-2010 15:34 Send private message

Maybe eventually, probably not for a while though as this is the first release.




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  Reply # 415099 9-Dec-2010 15:39 Send private message

I'm reading the thread on XDA and everyone seems to be over the moon. It's a good thing that the lag is completely gone for people on it. Hopefully this means Samsung are finally attending to this model's shortcomings. :>



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  Reply # 415104 9-Dec-2010 15:48 Send private message

Yeah the Quadrant scores showed a vast improvement in IO so maybe they have fixed the major RFS issues. I will probably flash in a week or so once some deodexed and zipaligned roms come out. Ideally a gingerbread theme would be pretty sweet :D

I don't think I'll ever update using Kies again - it's the most useless piece of software.




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  Reply # 415106 9-Dec-2010 15:50 Send private message

Wipeout: I'm reading the thread on XDA and everyone seems to be over the moon. It's a good thing that the lag is completely gone for people on it. Hopefully this means Samsung are finally attending to this model's shortcomings. :>


Interesting thing is that it still seems to be using RFS, which everyone blamed the lag on, and said was a fundamentally flawed filesystem. . . . I guess we won't really know until people have run it for a while, but it seems odd.

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  Reply # 415109 9-Dec-2010 15:54 Send private message

I reckon Samsung just paid someone to create a Voodoo or alike program and attached it to that 2.2.1 update. :P




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  Reply # 415114 9-Dec-2010 15:59 Send private message

I think they stole the kernel memory configs from XDA as it has 339mb of ram too.




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  Reply # 415131 9-Dec-2010 16:31 Send private message

lokhor: Supercurio has apparently created a Voodoo kernel that uses the JPU kernel, maybe you could try that.


Giving it a go now. 




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  Reply # 415146 9-Dec-2010 17:05 Send private message

Im flashing right now :) been a while since i went to froyo (JPK) and been sitting on it since. This seems to have enough hype around it to warrant it (and i cant really be bothered doing much at work for the rest of the day!)

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  Reply # 415147 9-Dec-2010 17:05 Send private message

Interesting. It has the same kernel as the VNZ stock kernel recently released for NZ. 2.6.32.9

Wonder what that wil mean for us? 2.2.1 a natural fit, maybe? We can dream. Laughing

As of now, I'm interested in finding a root solution for 2.2 stock and a way to get the 2e 3B restore back. Not as easy as for 2.1 it seems. Time to do some serious googling, I think.


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  Reply # 415158 9-Dec-2010 17:39 Send private message

SuperOneClick can root 2.2 stock. I think you have to flash an update.zip to get 2e recovery. do you not have 3 button restore anymore?




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