Sourcery 2.2 - Full Version

Discussion in 'Sourcery ROM' started by Chizzele, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Bretski169

    Bretski169 Member

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    How can I check if it does?

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  2. Chizzele

    Chizzele Team Sourcery
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    Simple... if its the free yahoo account it doesn't. See this from my yahoo account:

    "POP & Forwarding

    Upgrade to Mail Plus so you can:
    download your Yahoo! Mail in an email client, such as Outlook
    forward your Yahoo! Mail to a different address"

    I think the upgrade is like $20 per year. Hotmail and gmail do it for free.
     
  3. saturnalius

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    Yeah I reboot every day before I go to bed, and clean cache. This seems to happen with every rom I try. Do you know of any apps that would do this? I can post my appbrain list. I'm just tired of reflashing roms every few weeks to keep the phone useable.



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  4. Bretski169

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    why

    Why am I able to do it when I am running gingerbread? and why my dad was able to on his droid X running froyo
     
  5. Chizzele

    Chizzele Team Sourcery
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    I'll be happy to look at your list and make suggestions.. i know that apps that run in the background slow things down but nothing specific that I can name.

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  6. Chizzele

    Chizzele Team Sourcery
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    I am not sure what to say... but one work around there i, instead of using the stock email app, you can setup your gmail account to pull your yahoo emails and it will sync to your phone through the gmail app. Just a suggestion. Or you can download the Yahoo app for android.
     
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    I'll just post it publicly see if anyone has any ideas.
    http://www.appbrain.com/user/Saturnalius

    Slayher 1100kernel
    No Compcache running
    I did run the V6 supercharger script, with multitasking settings and bulletproof launcher.



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  8. Chizzele

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    Well... there are a few things that i don't run on my phone that you have on the list.

    First i hope you don't use TiBu to restore data as that causes issues.
    I never tried the SuperCharger script as i never had any need for it.
    I don't Use Rom Manager, i flash manually.
    I don't run any task killers.

    Also, try to limit the amount of apps you have that run auto sync in the bg. Otherwise, not much i can point out, we did have some users that had market issues and after removing the supercharger script it went away, Zepplin did stop by to help tough.
    Sorry, wish i had something better to contribute.
     
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    Still playing around with it. I will give it to a certain person and go from there.
     
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    TIBU I have just for uninstalling system apps and other utilities.
    I just assumed supercharger would help since I used it for GB but I can try undoing it. Not really having any market problems.
    I use rommanager just for fixperm, I install manually as well usually with rzr.
    I don't use system panel task manager as an actual taskmanager just to monitor running services etc. Was trying to find out what all was running in the bg.

    What are you referring to as far as autosync? Like I know gmail does that, and books. But to what else are you referring.
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  11. Chizzele

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    Take your time, a refreshing addition to Sourcery would make many users happy. I wanted to get the excitement going...

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    Saturnalias
    First, amazing username!
    I think you are watching general entropy in action.
    Basically upon anythings first use it will begin its slow descent to trash. Ashes to ashes.
    Depending on how the object is used and its initial integrity, which even with mass production seems to vary greatly, impacts its lifespan accordingly.
    Also the fact that we are using tiny handheld computers, that not long ago needed to be housed in multiple rooms, only magnifies any possible issues and how they can exponentially degrade your phones health.
    This has really been demonstrated best by the introduction of Gingerbread based OS to the original Droid community.
    I guess it's been almost half of a year since and I can run most of them without a problem and noticeable improvements across the board. But there are many who have the same phone and have never been able to rock GB without a number of deal breaking issues occurring.
    A debate began regarding if GB was really meant to be run on the OG. The No side representative of those who had horrible experiences and the Yes side by those like myself.
    I can't argue for a position when all empirical evidence in my hand says otherwise.
    -aside-
    Yet at core I am a Sourcerer who likes to prove the saying, "You can't go back home", ain't worth a hill of beans.
    And this is our hill and these are our beans. (sorry, that was from the movie The Naked Gun and couldn't resist)
    So I like to put on my old Michael Jackson jacket from the video for Beat It, flash Sourcery nandroid and go pick up chicks with big hair!
    -we now return to our regularly scheduled post already in progress -
    This remains the case with GB, clearly illuminating the fact that every phone is relatively unique based on the combination of its initial quality out of the box and its use from that point forward.
    Also ongoing impactors like apps on phone and widgets can result in completely different experiences in quality across the board.
    I don't think I saw you mention that you also delete all the dalvik cache files and let them rebuild upon the first boot after, which will be a longer reboot. People say that it seems to help keep things fresh, I can't say either way but it's never caused anything negative.
    I have no background in computers, but have picked up a bit since acquiring and rooting my OG.
    So mostly this is based on poorly applied logic and certain questionable knowledge of many areas in science used in conjunction with observations from what the Droid community posts.
    As for battery issues I would look at any list you guys want to post, make sure you say what widgets as well.
    Regarding battery drain during bedtime, I am unsure as the old information I learned was that even when you have the screen off you still need to allow the cpu 3 speed slots so if necessary for any specific tasks it can ramp up to provide the power required. But chiz seems to have evidence that this is not the case as he posted above.
    I use interactive and no profiles and never allow speeds below 250 as they seemed to slow down the waking screen process.
    With those settings I rarely see any drain over the night.
    Yet chiz gets similar results with a totally different set up. Why? Wish I could even get an inkling, but the well has run dry.
    And another morsel to add to the pile of unanswerable mysteries of unknown, almost every post on the forums regarding battery maintenance is the exact opposite of what studies say.
    The whole drain battery completely then fully recharge and wipe stats is proven in testing to be the worst thing for your batteries health and longevity? These steps were dead on, but for a different type of battery.
    We have batteries where the opposite is true, and testing bares it out.
    It is recommended that you plug in whenever possible if you are below 100%.
    This increases longevity and number of times you can "cycle" the battery, let it run down, but not to 0, and recharge fully.
    Something I have learned here in the Droid community is that something being agreed upon by more than just the majority, does not make it so.
    I think this is due to an echo chamber effect within a relatively closed society. One person with some respected knowledge states something that ends up being incorrect but is accepted as fact because no one knows otherwise and the info comes from a source trusted based on other info stated in the past proven correct.
    This information is then spread throughout the forums on different threads lending the claim greater credibility until it becomes basic dogma.
    The problem is though you thought you were attaining confirmation from a variety of sources, it was merely several people whose information had unbeknownst to them all flowed from the initial single source.
    This is the major failure of looking at others as experts on something.
    As in reality, expert now merely means the person who knows one more thing than everyone else involved. So once dealing with a different subject the expert may in fact be a novice.
    Well good thing we have the freedom of speech or I could get thrown in the clink for buzzed blathering.
    If even a sentence of the above has been helpful, and I don't mean helpful in laughing at this goof, then our country's fight for independence was worth it.
    If not then our forefathers totally blew their use of their respective lives.
    Smiley winky face
    DWB
    O'er the land of the free and the home of danceswithbongs

    walkin the walk while tappin the talk
    danceswithbongs
     
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