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#601
Originally Posted by qoh View Post
I've followed the entire thread. The amount of information is overwhelming.

Could we arrange to update the wiki?

Maybe someone can post links to the exact posts that handle certain parts of the install, and we compile them together.

What comes to my mind right now:
  • what to download & where
  • how to install (in multirom; how to skip tutorial)
  • how to apply all the fixes
  • all required workarounds (like 4-finger touch)
  • how to configure undervolting (including lowest voltages known to
    work)
  • screen wake up (lpm)
  • aliendalvik
  • anything else I might have overlooked
Many thanks for the proposal, something like this was in the pipeline. There is another thread with some useful information too:-)

As we will probably switch to cm13 within the next weeks i suggest just to wait. This might result in a new thread, wiki updates etc.
 

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#602
Excuse me for being blunt but could anyone explain the differences respectively advantages between cm13 and the older versions?
More stable? Faster?
 

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#603
Heureka! (Eureka)

During the weekend I started to read this years #asteroidos irc logs and while doing so porbably (almost certainly) found the solution to our longterm outstanding bluetooth-sleep-bug! Well it is 'kido', the lead developer of asteroidos, that found the solution... (See... 14:34:12 kido:holy guacamole!!)

So they had a huge problem with bluetooth-sleep on Qualcomm based SoC's... Sounds familiar?

After hours, even weeks of research there was a solution in the end: Turns out that the bluetooth stack never got a sleep signal from the system and therefore never went in suspend state.

If I got his solution right, he patched a small tool they use (brcm-patchram-plus) to configure the UART/IRQ for specific Broadcom bluetooth chips.The commit can be found here. Specially have a look at lines 213-216. Looks like he even included the values needed by our beloved Nexus5!


@mautz

I really think that this is the solution to our problem. I guess we should add that 'brcm-patchram-plus' tool and start it as a service after having started the bluetooth service. Looks like they do it that way in asteroidos. https://github.com/AsteroidOS/meta-a...e3c3d4fed6bc93

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#604
Originally Posted by maem0Sapiens View Post
Excuse me for being blunt but could anyone explain the differences respectively advantages between cm13 and the older versions?
More stable? Faster?
The new CM13 base should be more secure and better for battery life. Maybe even faster...
 

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#605
Hmm... With the new base we maybe need a updated recovery, or? TWRP 2.8.x with CM13 will definitely eject an error.

TWRP 3.1.0.0 by Captain Throwback
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=102780

Maybe interesting: EFIDroid (Multiboot)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/goo...xus-5-t3580493
 

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Originally Posted by forb'S View Post
Hmm... With the new base we maybe need a updated recovery, or? TWRP 2.8.x with CM13 will definitely eject an error.

TWRP 3.1.0.0 by Captain Throwback
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=102780

Maybe interesting: EFIDroid (Multiboot)
https://forum.xda-developers.com/goo...xus-5-t3580493

I already tested cm13 base with sfos some months ago using Multirom and an older version of TWRP without any issues.
 

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#607
Oh! Then I said anything. ;D
But perhaps nothing speak against a new/latest and working recovery ...
 

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#608
Originally Posted by BluesLee View Post
As we will probably switch to cm13 within the next weeks i suggest just to wait. This might result in a new thread, wiki updates etc.
Isn't the install procedure basically the same for either CM12 and CM13, so that it would just be a minor change in the docs once CM13 variant is working fine?
 

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#609
Originally Posted by qoh View Post
Isn't the install procedure basically the same for either CM12 and CM13, so that it would just be a minor change in the docs once CM13 variant is working fine?
That is only a part of the installation routine / wiki and there is no significant change there. What about OTA, what about sfdroid ... Useful hints, kernel stuff etc
 

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#610
Probably worth mentioning that on CM12.1 with sensorsfix3.zip applied the z-axis lagging also affects rear camera in photo mode (video and front camera works smooth)

On the other hand, Cameraplus from openrepos works ok, so it must be something inside stock app that uses accelerometer.

Edit:

Fiddled with the cameraplus and it only allows to select 2Mpx in 16:9 proportions, while in system app I had 6Mpx selected, after switching to 8Mpx in 4:3 proportion even stock camera app started working ok. Weird...

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