Froyo SS 4.2 [6/25/2010] - EXT2/EXT3/EXT4/CIFS/NFS - Updated rstapps!!!

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  1. kkinderen

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    Yep - runs in DevTools -> Terminal but much too small to read. Just having fun with it so no big deal.
     
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    Running great here. Thank you Mr. Chevy!
     
  3. ChevyNo1

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    Cool, thx for the feedback! I will take a look at those apps and why they didn't restore ...
     
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    Just had my first random reboot at 1.2ghz....i did a full wipe before install so it was fresh and clean...lol
     
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    Flash update didn't work for me but I was able to install the flash.apk after running the Flash update and is working fine now.
     
  6. kkinderen

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    I run logcat but it returned a lot more information than I can post here.

    I was able to move a couple of small items over to SD but no more. I've got three apps over there now at 522K+868K+60K. No more. Again, it is probably something I should be reading up on to understand better.
     
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    Did what you said, can't find MotoTorch in my apps...
     
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    Just loaded it up, now to change my sig again...Chevy this is just to much work I can't keep changing my sig!!





    J/K...keep up the good work bro!
     
  9. razgueado

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    I had one this morning on a reboot. It was still prepping the SD card when I slide-unlocked and pin-unlocked. Phone froze, then rebooted.

    I've seen that happen on other kernels when overclocking, so Iusually make sure to let the phone get past the SD card prep before I unlock.

    This is not to imply that it's the issue you had, or that it's an issue at all. Just reporting that, yeah, I had one reboot on the 1.2 ULV kernel this morning, and am watching for any more, but haven't had any so far when I've let the phone fully boot before opening it.

    Side note - even the ULV kernel seems to get hotter than other kernels I've used. Hasn't gotten into the commonly accepted "danger zone" (125+ fahrenheit), but definitely runs warm. Does this seem to be a characteristic of FRF57? Froyo? ChevyNo1 kernels?
     
  10. ChevyNo1

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    So are you saying that the ULV kernel runs hotter than say the LV kernel? Or just other kernels such as P3Droids?
     
  11. ChevyNo1

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    Hmmmm, works for me, but I did it from CWR - shouldn't matter. If you can't get this method to work, extract the apk out of the zip and install manually ... either through a file mgr on the phone, or 'adb install'
     
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    Fixed! (At least Paypal, hoping it fixes the others). Can you redownload bkapps and try to back them up again?
     
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