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Cube v2.06 20131029 Kasty ROM - Darthjabba mod in CWM upgrade format
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Problem with poor wifi signal persist, but i think it is little bit better.

Problem with disconnecting wifi and connecting again is the same. I will try to change channel number of my router to 6, i read somewhere it may help.

regards

i changed the antenna with other from mini netbook
and i have full signal now

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DarthJabba is it possible to increase app storage to maybe 8Gb and can you tell me how to do it

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DarthJabba is it possible to increase app storage to maybe 8Gb and can you tell me how to do it

Yes, it is possible, if (1) you have an appropriate parameters file for 8gb, and (2) you extract all the files from the firmware image, change the parameters file, and repackage the firmware image again.

Needless to say, this is not for the faint-hearted, and you also will need some low level tools and utilities for manipulating binary firmware images.

 

 

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Sorry for the repeated question, does someone know which 3G USB modems are supported with this fw, if anyone is supported?

I have tried with the Huawei K3715 and ES1692 but they don t work...

Thank you for you answer!


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Maybe have a look at: PPP Widget and USB_ModeSwitch

 

 

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I've found the PPP widget apk immediatly after I posted my question, but I want to thank you very much for your suggestions!!

I've tested the apk with my K3715 modem key, and it works well only if the embedded processes to handle the 3G USB modem are stopped.

Thus, I have found another apk, called Boot Killer, that allows to close apps and processes after the boot, and I've closed the Mobile Network configuration process (name from italian translation, sorry!), but I'm interested to avoid other apps startup at boot time (e.g.: Mobile Data, for compatibility with PPP widget, but also GMail and Calendar, for example, my mother - the final user of this tablet - isn't interested to use them!): do you have a guide, or an how to to learn how startup process/app is managed by Android?

Because to avoid the app startup is better than close it after the boot, also to speed up the boot sequence that is very slow on this tablet!

I'll test the ES1692 USB modem in future, now it isn't in my hands!

Regards

 

 

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@tamagnum

 

try to type boot on google play

there are APKs to manage boot sequence

 

 

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This one helped me in the past.

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Ok guys, I have uploaded a new DarthJabba mod for the Kasty 2.06 ROM - see the first post in this thread.

What is different is that this latest one (January 2014 mod) has a very fine-tuned overclocked kernel, based on kernel #12 from 900supersport. This kernel has been overclocked on the "T14" specs discussed in the thread on overclocked kernels (the result of many tests on different build specs).

However, the DDR memory is not overclocked, as some people have issues with overclocked DDR.

You should find no lags, and standby battery usage should be significantly better than with the standard kernels.

Antutu scores range between 19,200 - 19,500. With an overclocked DDR, Antutu scores can be well over 20,000. To be honest, in normal use, I can't really tell the difference between overclocked DDR and stock DDR.

In any case, anyone who wants everything overclocked will find a new overclocked kernel repository also on the first post in this thread. The repository contains several permutations of kernel #12 (freaktab/900supersport) and kernel #27, overclocked on both "T13" and "T14" build specs. Personally I prefer the "T14" spec - but it can run quite warm. "T13" overclocked kernels run cooler, but are not as efficient with the battery usage (at least, in my experience). If all of this is gibberish to you, then just ignore everything said about the overclocked kernel repository!

As usual, all disclaimers apply. These things work for me - but your mileage may vary; if they fry your tablet, don't ask me anything.

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OOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh DJ

 

It's astonishing how boot image is UGGLY

 

please a kernel (small) to change that

 blue-green hacker

 

thanks

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@DJ: I need to update to the last kernel because with the previous one my GT2 hangs more or less one time per day... the question is: by updating the fw using the CWM I have to reformat the SD or I can keep my apps yet installed? In the kernel repository the 900ss one is not present, which is the reason? If I have understood properly, that one is the one you have tested, or not?

Thank you for your impressive work!!

 

@burs/validated: I'll test some apps from the Play Store, Boot Killer  works well but it is very limited!

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OOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh DJ

 

It's astonishing how boot image is UGGLY

 

please a kernel (small) to change that

 blue-green hacker

 

thanks

Well, that's the 900supersport image. I don't know how to change it, and I am not particularly bothered by it. After all, how long do I spend watching a tablet booting up?

 

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@DJ: I need to update to the last kernel because with the previous one my GT2 hangs more or less one time per day... the question is: by updating the fw using the CWM I have to reformat the SD or I can keep my apps yet installed? In the kernel repository the 900ss one is not present, which is the reason? If I have understood properly, that one is the one you have tested, or not?

Thank you for your impressive work!!
 

Thanks. No, you don't have to reformat the SD. Your apps and their settings will be retained - that's the attraction of a CWM-based installation. In the (new 2014) kernel repository, the 900supersport kernel is called "freaktab".

 

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Ok DJ, if I have on my tablet your previuosly relased fw, do you recommend me to flash the complete latest fw or the freaktab/900ss kernel only? Is it the same thing?

Thank you

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There are some updated apps, so it might be helpful to flash the entire firmware (especially since the entire system partition would then be replaced - so if there are any gremlins there, they would go).

However, if you are not too bothered by updated apps (which you could have updated yourself) then it is perfectly fine to flash the kernel only.

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