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Discussion in 'Team Chaos' started by adrynalyne, Apr 17, 2010.
hrhehehehe Hey Dan!!!
Yeah I don't think its a ROM issue. It cuts out every 30 seconds and then after a few seconds it comes back up. I'm just about to install 1.2 so I'll try it when I'm done.
I have an issue when someone calls it doesn't show their name or contact picture, just shows a number. Even though they are in my contact list it takes like three or four rings to show the contact info. Also... it takes forever after someone calls me for it to actually ring, it will vibrate for awhile before it starts ringing.
There might not be because of this rom, but does anyone know how to solve these problems???
just curious, did you wipe before installing this rom? If not, there is a setting in your build.prop you can check. Might not want to change anything in there just yet, but if you could look at your build.prop (in your system folder) look for a line called ro.telephony.call_ring.delay. What does that line look like exactly? Does it have a # in front of it? If not, what is it set = to?
I have the same issue running cyanogenmod if that helps
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Yeah, it says #ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=3000
also, is there any way to make the caller id show up faster. sometime the persons name and picture doesn't even show up
^i experienced this problem as well
Well, since yours has the # in front of it, you shouldn't have any delay since that line is basically commented out... if you want, maybe get rid of the # and change the delay to 1500 to see what happens. That would cut the default delay in half. Just curious what might be causing this for you.
You know I have this issues as well as when the screen is asleep I get 3 rings before the screen comes on.
Is there something I can do?
Check the file I mentioned above and look for that line I posted. Post back here with what that line looks like (exactly) and maybe we can go from there.
Oh, one other thing for those of you with a slow screen on incoming calls... what is your sleep profile set to in SetCPU... especially looking at the min setting and the governor.