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    Does anyone use USB mode in shuttle tools? I was testing it out and encountered some strange behaviour.
    Basically when I connected my USB stick and switched peripheral to host quite a few app icons disappeared. On reboot a lot of the icons were standard androids, another reboot resolved it.
    Does anyone have any tips on using USB devices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvohra View Post
    Excellent stuff GED.

    My terminal emulator output was similar, but had one line that stated bad block, possibly the reason why it would not boot.

    I have not attempted it again, just using an over clock software to manage the clock speed. So far so good.
    It's almost certainly the reason why it wouldn't boot... BAD NAND has long been a nuisance for many people, with some reporting hundreds of bad blocks.

    Fortunately, I have only two on my Vega... and they've never caused me any problems.

    app_56@android:/ $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    app_56@android:/ $ dmesg | grep bad
    <7>[ 8.751595] yaffs: block 1450 is bad
    <7>[ 8.774343] yaffs: block 1638 is bad
    app_56@android:/ $

    Anyway, not to worry - When Scanno releases the next version of VegaCream, I'm sure it will incorporate the new kernel (or some variant thereof)...

    GED.
    Last edited by GedBlake; 06-21-2012 at 09:09 AM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by GedBlake View Post
    It's almost certainly the reason why it wouldn't boot... BAD NAND has long been a nuisance for many people, with some reporting hundreds of bad blocks.

    Fortunately, I have only two on my Vega... and they've never caused me any problems.

    app_56@android:/ $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    app_56@android:/ $ dmesg | grep bad
    [ 8.751595] yaffs: block 1450 is bad
    [ 8.774343] yaffs: block 1638 is bad
    app_56@android:/ $

    Anyway, not to worry - When Scanno releases the next version of VegaCream, I'm sure it will incorporate the new kernel (or some variant thereof)...

    GED.
    That is correct..... Beta3 is in the making..... It will have a newly compiled kernel based on the kernel sources from wooshy1 that i got from github... It has the stuck clock fix, but also wooshy1 added an overclock to 1200 Mhz. So you can overclock to 1200 Mhz. Have not tried that and is on your own risk. Also newer prop. drivers are used.....
    Last edited by scanno; 06-21-2012 at 09:22 AM.
    If you feel VegaCream is worth it and would like to show your gratitude (the donate link is added on request):
    <<Click here to donate>>
    AND also do NOT forget about ejtagle and brucelee666 for their great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GedBlake View Post
    It's almost certainly the reason why it wouldn't boot... BAD NAND has long been a nuisance for many people, with some reporting hundreds of bad blocks.

    Fortunately, I have only two on my Vega... and they've never caused me any problems.

    app_56@android:/ $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    app_56@android:/ $ dmesg | grep bad
    <7>[ 8.751595] yaffs: block 1450 is bad
    <7>[ 8.774343] yaffs: block 1638 is bad
    app_56@android:/ $

    Anyway, not to worry - When Scanno releases the next version of VegaCream, I'm sure it will incorporate the new kernel (or some variant thereof)...

    GED.
    how did you saw your band NAND blocks? and how can i do the same test ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiker View Post
    how did you saw your band NAND blocks? and how can i do the same test ?
    Hi, stiker...

    Use Android Terminal Emulator.. if you're running VegaCream, it should already be installed - if not, you can get it from PlayStore ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...al.androidterm ). You might want to set it to a larger font before you do anything with it.

    It's a piped command, sending the dmesg output to grep using 'bad' as the search criteria...

    The character | is not a lowercase L, but the pipe symbol, available on your keyboard by pressing the number key followed by the symbol key...

    You should see it amongst this ~` | •√πקΔ third key in from the left at the top of the keyboard.

    So, in Android Terminal Emulator...

    dmesg | grep bad

    ...yields the following on my Advent Vega...

    export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    app_56@android:/ $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    app_56@android:/ $ dmesg | grep bad
    <7>[ 8.751595] yaffs: block 1450 is bad
    <7>[ 8.774343] yaffs: block 1638 is bad
    app_56@android:/ $

    One other point... dmesg is flushed from time to time and bad nand is detected shortly after boot... so if you're tablet has been on for several hours, then dmesg will likely have been flushed and the above test may deliver a false positive... (ie. no bad blocks).

    ...so you should reboot your tablet before running the test.

    GED.
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    @ALL,

    VegaCream Beta 3 is available for download in a CWM flashable zip format and NVFlash.

    Following has changed:
    - Updated sources to latest AOSP 4.0.4 version (IMM76L)
    - Recompiled the kernel:
    - Fixed clock frequency staying locked at 1000 Mhz
    - Kernel version shows up in About
    - TUN module is compiled into the kernel (not as a seperate module)
    - Updated proprietary drivers
    - Small change in vold.fstab. You can now see connected USB mass storage devices in settings/storage.

    Have fun.

    Scanno.

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    hi scanno,
    with this update, skype will work?
    tnx
    db

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_borghi View Post
    hi scanno,
    with this update, skype will work?
    tnx
    db
    Nope Skype does not work. It is a strange problem.
    If you feel VegaCream is worth it and would like to show your gratitude (the donate link is added on request):
    <<Click here to donate>>
    AND also do NOT forget about ejtagle and brucelee666 for their great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scanno View Post
    @ALL,

    VegaCream Beta 3 is available for download in a CWM flashable zip format and NVFlash.

    Following has changed:
    - Updated sources to latest AOSP 4.0.4 version (IMM76L)
    - Recompiled the kernel:
    - Fixed clock frequency staying locked at 1000 Mhz
    - Kernel version shows up in About
    - TUN module is compiled into the kernel (not as a seperate module)
    - Updated proprietary drivers
    - Small change in vold.fstab. You can now see connected USB mass storage devices in settings/storage.

    Have fun.

    Scanno.
    Thanks Scanno for all your hard work on your ROM. I and the rest of this thread are very grateful for all your efforts.

    Regs Res

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    Hi Scanno

    Thanks for the new Beta 3, installing now and will report any anomalies.

    Stransky
    iPad Air 16Gb IOS 9.2.1 Stock
    Advent Vega: CM 10.1 -20130727 UNOFFICIAL w/4GB Ext 4 (16GB SDCARD Samsung UHS}Overclocked @1.4Ghz
    LG G Pad 8.3 LV500 16GB w/64Gb SD Card running aosp_v500 6.0.1 MMB29U adrianomartins.
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