Discussion in 'Droid 4 ROMS' started by myfishbear, Oct 24, 2012.
Ok I'll be waiting for my pizza
im going to start a collection, pizza for devs. it will be a charity for android devs who need a little bit of pizza in there lives, we could begin by selling donated items on diablo 3 to raise the dough no pun intended lol.
I really hate that my phone rejects voltage changes.
did you try the 1370 oc?
yes, thats been stable enough so far
yeah thats what i use... its undervolted as well
loving this rom..thx so much!!!dancedroid
Before I flash.. this uses all the same patches as eclipse correct? I was always more of a fan of the hybrid builds seeing as how I've always had moto devices.. So.. The only patches I should need to flash are the Google now and my OC of choice correct? Pretty sure I already know the answer is no, but can I flash this on top of eclipse without doing a data reset? Thought it a valid question since both are based off of .217..
Think I could flash right on top of the original version or should I clean wipe?
Stuck at activation screen
I do not have a SIM but the stock ROM allows me to click OK on the screen where it asks for a SIM. (6.16.217) this ROM and the deodexed stock rom both, however, only offers emergency call and power off options on this screen. Tapping the four corners on the welcome screen didn't seem to work. In build.prop I made keyguard.no_require_sim = false and added ro.setupwizard.enable_bypass=1 to the very end to no avail. The keyguard.no_require_sim = false gives me a lock screen from where apps can be started. I can install GoLauncher and adb shell am start -n com.gau.go.launcherex/com.jiubang.ggheart.apps.desks.diy.GoLauncher start it but the home button doesn't work.
There is a you tube video that shows how to bypass the setup screen. very easy if that's what u need.
"Tapping the four corners on the welcome screen didn't seem to work"
how could i go about bumping up some of these voltages on the overclocks? ive tried the 1320 1370 1200lv and nothing wants to be stable. is there a program i can use to bump the voltages up and reload them on my phone?
if you're using myfishbear's overclock scripts, you can unzip them on your computer, and then edit the overclock script that's in
for instance, the 1320ulv script is
in that script you'll see lines like
echo 4 1320 1275 > /proc/cpu_control/tweak_cpu
the first number is the slot, the second the speed in Mhz, and the third the voltage. you can edit the voltage number, zip the files back up and reflash.
if you're comfortable using adb, you can use it to get a shell and just execute the 'echo' command directly with whatever voltage you like; saves several steps.
awesome thanks! loading it up now, hopefully i can find a stable voltage for my phone
edit: damn, i only changed the voltages and bumped them up now it wont stick when i flash it.
unpack a oc patch go into \system\etc\init.d make the edits in notepad++ and save it notepad will mess with the formating. rezip the whole package and flash it. sorry i cant reply much. i have no power and no gas and im sitting in my house hoping food wont run out. there was a riot at the gas station today... ppl are getting desperate. nj is in ruins. the police are now guarding the few working gas stations now and i just got robbed as well (i live near newark). its really bad out here.
try seting it up with eclipse, then dont clear data and install droidhd and it may work.
damn man thats rough.. been watching it all unfold the last few nights because my sister lives in Brooklyn. thank god she came home the weekend before for a wedding or she would be there right now. cant imagine what you're going through out there, stay safe.
Hang in there stay safe
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