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    Imoseyon and other batter help

    I am currently running .596 rooted and I am looking to get Imoseyon working and also I would like to know other things that will help my battery. (ex. undervolting)
    I have the download of Imoseyon, but I am not sure how to install it. It would be greatly appreciated if some people could help me with this.
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    First download busybox installer and run it so you have the newest. Then boot into clockwork and run the imoseyon zip as you would anything else then reboot. You need busybox first though. To verify install open terminal emulator and type su then checktweak.sh. if it says everything is good your done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcp770 View Post
    First download busybox installer and run it so you have the newest. Then boot into clockwork and run the imoseyon zip as you would anything else then reboot. You need busybox first though. To verify install open terminal emulator and type su then checktweak.sh. if it says everything is good your done.
    Imoseyon comes w/ BusY Box... You have to delete P3 Droids Busy Box found in system/bin then flash Imoseyon zip, You'll be good after that, and yes like above check in terminal...
    Last edited by JkdJedi; 06-08-2011 at 08:20 PM.
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    I found just installing busybox was easier but either way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcp770 View Post
    I found just installing busybox was easier but either way.
    Awe dang..I'll try that right now, good to know thanks!!

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    No matter what I try I get "minfree tweaks are not enabled syntax error". Deleted busybox from system/bin, installed 1.19 into /xbin, re-dl'ed the 7.1 .zip, mounted system and sd card before installing the .zip. Deodexed/rooted .596 stock with watermarked theme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9wire View Post
    No matter what I try I get "minfree tweaks are not enabled syntax error". Deleted busybox from system/bin, installed 1.19 into /xbin, re-dl'ed the 7.1 .zip, mounted system and sd card before installing the .zip. Deodexed/rooted .596 stock with watermarked theme.
    I figured it out. Maybe cause you are mounting your system? I just went into recovery and just installed the zip file. Try that maybe.
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    Uh-uh. Tried installing it without mounting, same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idol View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 9wire View Post
    No matter what I try I get "minfree tweaks are not enabled syntax error". Deleted busybox from system/bin, installed 1.19 into /xbin, re-dl'ed the 7.1 .zip, mounted system and sd card before installing the .zip. Deodexed/rooted .596 stock with watermarked theme.
    I figured it out. Maybe cause you are mounting your system? I just went into recovery and just installed the zip file. Try that maybe.
    Whats this, or what are you installing (1.19 into /xbin)??

    also the Imoseyon hack should be installed AFTER any themeing and or rom updates, not before.
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    Imoseyon_lib_d2_v4.3.zip works great on my d2 running lgb v0.8

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