General :: Dalvik-cache To SD (only) On Rooted Stock Rom?

Apr 3, 2012

how to dalvik-cache to sd (only) on a rooted stock rom?

General :: Dalvik-cache to SD (only) on Rooted stock rom?


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General :: Disable Moving Of System Dalvik Cache To /cache?

Aug 16, 2012

In cm roms, dalvik cache of system apps are generated in /cache but those data/apps are generated in /data. Is there any way to disable this behaviour? Cache partition in our phones is too small. In AOSP and AOKP and stock roms, dalvik cache is always generated in /data no matter whether its a system app. any way to achieve this in cm roms?

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General :: Can't Wipe Dalvik Cache

Jun 19, 2012

I was flashing CM9 from CM7 on my Motorola Defy, botched it up intially due to a slip of my finger which led to me to Clear the cache first. But then I restarted the entire process by Clearing Data -> Installing -> Flashing Kernel and so on...

But when I tried to clear the Dalvik Cache, the phone didn't delete it. It didn't give me a message that it wiped the cache, but it didn't say otherwise either. This led me to believe that the cache just didn't exist anymore.

As a result, I'm unable to install apps - Says there is no memory and I need to make more. Also, everytime the phone comes on is treated as the first time. It takes me through the whole process of Setting up an account and everything. This has rendered my phone obsolete.

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General :: CWM Can't Wipe Dalvik Cache

Apr 9, 2012

I was just flashing a new ROM for my gio, and made sure that i did a factory reset, wiped cache partition and wipe dalvik cache. but when i went to wipe the dalvik, CWM froze for a bit, then showed the yes/no part for like half a second, then kicked me back to the main menu. It does this every time. What to do? or should i just reflash it?

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General :: Difference Between Dalvik And Normal Cache

May 6, 2013

What is Davik Cache and what is normal Cache?

Are they the same thing or 2 different cache that must be wiped when flashing roms?

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General :: Can Dalvik-cache Size Be Limited?

May 15, 2012

I am wondering if it is possible to limit the size of the dalvik-cache. I am looking for an alternative to putting it on the sdcard. Maybe I could create a partition on the internal storage for the cache?

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General :: Dalvik Cache Moving (Alcatel One Touch OT-990)

Apr 18, 2012

how can i move Dalvik cache on SD card or on my partition on SD for apps? I heard for a2sd but also heard that this app isn't comptabile for my phone.

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General :: How To Move Dalvik Cache And Data To SD Card / Ext2

Apr 13, 2012

How can I move dalvik-cache and data/data to sd card or sd ext2?

HTC Explorer A310e

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General :: Disable Auto Dalvik-cache Generation Or Android Is Upgrading In ICS?

Jul 13, 2012

It looks like ics automatically runs the "Android is Upgrading" thing whenever it senses some "change" in boot.img? It happens everytime i flash a kernel, without wiping dalvik cache. It will continue to run regardless of whether the dalvik cache files are present or not. This is actually a good feature.

But i noticed that if i simply do a nandroid backup of /boot, and restore it without doing anything else, or flash the same kernel again, it will boot up with the "Android is Upgrading" thing again from the start.

is there a way to disable this, or at least prevent dalvik cache generation if they are already present? im using amon Ra recovery

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HTC Eris :: Dalvik Cache

Sep 26, 2010

Why are there two of them on the phone? In the root I have.../cache/dalvik-cache/ and /data/dalvik-cache/ Which one gets wiped when you do a wipe in Amon's?

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HTC Eris :: What Is Dalvik Cache

May 9, 2010

What exactly is the Dalvik Cache and when do I need to clear it? Is it something that should be done when you replace one rom with another or is a data wipe all you need to do? Any clarity on what a Dalvik cache is would be greatly appreciated. I just want to know the basics of what it is and when I do or do not need to use it.

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General :: How To Backup Stock ROM In NON ROOTED MTK

Feb 6, 2014

I have china's MTK 6517 phone.

NON ROOTED

Android version 4.1.1
Kernel version 3.4.0

so I want to install custom ROM. Before installing custom ROM I want to Backup my Stock ROM. coz if made mistake I will reinstall my stock ROM. AND WHAT IS Difference between Stock ROM and Official ROM. AND which ROM i can install in it?

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General :: Deodexing Rooted Stock JB 4.1.2

Jan 29, 2013

I'm trying from three hours to deodex my ROM without success.

I've tryed xUltimate v2.4 and xUltimate v.2.3.3 and it goes all well until the third step where i get errors with all the APKs (and I noticed this happens even at other ppl with jb).

I searched and found no other option than the manual deodexing, apart from this.

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Nexus :: Phone Is Rooted - Clear Search Widget Cache?

Feb 28, 2010

My friend got a hold of my Nexus one and thought it would be funny to search up "gay porn" on the search widget. I tried clearing out the cache with cachemate but that didn't help.

My nexus is rooted. Does anyone know how to clear the search cache?

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HTC Desire :: E:Can't Open /cache/recovery/command - Error In Rooted

Aug 3, 2010

I've been reading this forum for awhile but can't find a solution to my problem...

1. I rooted my 2 HTC Desires 2 months ago, what went fine. Have been able to install apps that request root. And on 1 Desire I have put the Nexus1 Froyo OS.

2. Now when receive a OTA: error

3. I tried the manual update: error

Both phones came from HTC directly, any Sim Card is useable on them.

I first get the error "E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command", then I get:

"Verifying update package
E: failed to verify whole-file signature
E: signature verification failed
Installation aborted."

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Android :: Multicast Permission Of Dalvik And How To Attach To Dalvik Env

Sep 16, 2009

1. I have a c lib which will send & receive multicast package, if I lauch it in native ap, everything is OK, but if lauched through jni ,so it run in dalvik env, it can not receive multicast, i think is may be disabled by dalvik, is there any permission can enable this feature?

2. In this lib i will make some callback of function in dalvik class. according to tranditional method which can run under JDK1.5 & 1.6 as follow: (I make it under source code env not NDK)

In some initialization method save jvm pointer

CODE:...........

it seems AttachCurrentThread not failed but env not correct.

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General :: Any Way To Add / Install CWM To Rooted Stock Android Device?

Dec 5, 2013

I have several android tablets, all but one (at this moment) are rooted. I am not interested in putting a custom rom on them at the moment (mainly because not all functions -like camera- are working on all devices) but I would like the ability to do a Nandroid backup that seems to be only available with custom roms. On one device I can't unlock the bootloader (Azpen A701), don't know about the unrooted one at this time (brand new Hisense Sero 7 pro).

Is there a way to add CWM to a rooted stock android (only root applied and associated superuser/busybox apps installed)? What are the requirements (unlocked bootloader?)? Where to get said CWM and how to install it?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Stock Browser Cache

Feb 20, 2010

I have a question for any out there in Eris-land. I have the stock browser cache set to the 6mb max that the app settings allows--but it sometimes ends up larger than that when I go to clear it in the Application settings. How is that so? Also, how exactly does the cache work? Does it store visited pages then keep adding to it until it's at the max storage? Do older cached pages get bumped for newer ones? Does the browser get sluggish if the cache is full? (I haven't noticed any issues myself.) Finally, if I set the max cache setting for less than the 6mb cap, (say, 3mb), will that make the browser less efficient at loading pages? I'm curious since the stock browser doesn't use SD card for storage and cuts into the main phone memory.

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General :: Can Zip Boot Animation Work On Rooted Wildfire S With Stock Rom?

May 6, 2012

Can .zip bootanimations work on rooted wildfire s with stock Rom and that splashscreens also in .zip work or not and if so any cool splashscreen......

HTC Wildfire S A510e using xda premium

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General :: Installing CWM On Samsung Galaxy S6312 / Stock Android 4.1.2 Rooted

Oct 9, 2013

I want to install cwm on my samsung galaxy young s6312, stock android 4.1.2, rooted. I want to know that if I install cwm using rom manager, have I got the risk of bricking my phone????

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HTC EVO 4G :: How To Unrevoked Forever - Stock 2.1 To Stock 2.2 ROOTED

Aug 14, 2010

If you have 2.2 Stock rooted with the process below, skip the first set of 10 steps and find the 9-22-10 OTA Update 3.29.651.5 instructions below.

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Android :: Dynamically Generating Dalvik Bytecode Into A Running Dalvik/Android Application

Apr 9, 2010

This question has been asked(and answered) many times about dynamically generating and loading java bytecodes at runtime into a running Dalvik VM, but is there any way to load dex files/bytecodes into an app at runtime?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Rooted Stock Evo With 3.21

Sep 16, 2010

Long time lurker and fan of the forums. I recently rooted my stock 2.2 Evo with 3.21 and it's awesome. Except I noticed I now have a very weak wifi signal. I would say it is a 50 to 75% drop.

Places my iPad has full signal my Evo can barely keep a connection. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated as I'm out of ideas.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Rooted 1.47.651.1 Stock ROM?

Jul 5, 2010

Can someone redirect me to a link to download 1.47.651.1 (rooted) stock ROM? I used Toast method of rooting. If there isn't a ROM out yet, will there be any?. how would I go about using unrevoked with latest OTA patch? Will I have to unroot, then use Unrevoked?

I did not break root by installing the latest OTA patch...

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HTC EVO 4G :: Rooted Stock 2.2?

Sep 14, 2010

Basically, I like the look and feel (and stability) of a stock rom, and the only real reason I'd like root access is for wireless tethering (and maybe Titanium Backup).

I got my Evo on the day it was released, and rooted using unrevoked3 back in July. Only after doing that did I realize that unrevoked3 sometimes causes some problems because it's not a full root.

I did not accept the OTA 2.2 because, even though I was OK losing root and then re-rooting whenever 2.2 could be rooted, I saw that people trying to accept the OTA over unrevoked3 were having major problems. I waited around for something that seemed to be a good, stable stock rooted 2.2 rom, and finally flashed it a few days ago. This is the ROM that I used: [ROM] UPDATED 9/8 Froyo 2.2, v3.28.651.6 │Rooted│ DeOdexed RevF1 - xda-developers.

I used Clockwork (because I couldn't figure out how to get Amon Ra) to do a wipe of data and cache, and the flash the ROM and radio/WiMax. I restored everything with Titanium, and it generally has been functional. However, I'm having the following problems:

1) The battery is draining at an alarming rate -- about 10% per hour, and I have the seidio 3500 battery. Before flashing, I was losing about 3% per hour.

2) It seems to be often trying to sync my Google contacts and getting hung up. I believe I have greatly reduced this problem by installing a Gmail patch today that was posted in the thread in which I got the ROM.

3) The 3G, CDMA, and Wimax signals are all noticeably weaker than they were pre-flash.

So basically, I'm not sure where to go from here. I don't know if there's anyway I can do a full root/unlock NAND now (which might be the culprit). I also don't know how I can use Amon Ra instead of Clockwork (which might be the culprit). All I'm trying to do, as I said, is get a stable, rooted 2.2 ROM with the same battery life and signal strength I had before.

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HTC EVO 4G :: What Kernel With Stock Rooted 2.2

Sep 2, 2010

what kernel are you guys running i have tried kings and netarchy just wondering what else. If your not using it on a stock rooted 2.2 then no need to post in here.

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HTC Desire :: Rooted Stock HTC Froyo

Sep 4, 2010

I've uploaded a pre-rooted version of HTC's latest ROM. This is basically stock with root, except I've disabled the annoying boot sound.It includes radio 5.09.05.30_2.To install you must be rooted with custom recovery. A full wipe shouldn't be necessary if you're currently on an official rom, since this isn't modified from stock. Do a nandroid backup before you install.There's no changelog from 2.09.405.8, but I've noticed my GPS problems went away.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Don't Wipe Before Flashing Rooted Stock 2.2

Aug 3, 2010

The following post refers to this particular rom:
HTC OTA Froyo 2.2, *FINAL*, build 3.36.651.6 (Rooted) Odexed - xda-developers

Before I make a blanket statement about not wiping your phone before installing, I should say that the following info is based on my personal experience.

I was coming from a rooted stock 2.1 ROM with netarchy's custom kernel. I flashed the 2.2 froyo rom + radio + wimax, rebooting between each flash. I did not wipe before flashing anything (more of an oversight rather than being intentional). When the phone booted fully, I had all of my apps, homescreen layouts, settings, etc. And no problems at all so far.

I suspect that moving from Sense rom to Sense rom also helped. Not sure what would happen if you are coming from a non-Sense ROM. But it would appear that this rooted stock 2.2 ROM, which is based on an OTA 2.2 upgrade, was designed to preserve your apps and settings. After all, who would want to accept an OTA update that forced them to reinstall/reconfigure everything?

I recommend that before you flash this 2.2 rom, do a nandroid backup, so you can always return to your current state. Then try to flash the 3 zip files without wiping first. If it works, then great. If it totally corrupts the OS, not a problem, since your bootloader and recovery are still intact. Just reboot the phone into recovery, wipe, then try again. If it still fails, then you can fall back on your nandroid backup.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Stock Rooted 2.2 ROM And Custom Kernel

Aug 4, 2010

They tell me this will change again when the Droid X and Samsung Galaxy get 2.2 - I wouldn't know. Until then, here's our moment in the sun. Made this using the Quadrant benchmark, free from the Market, using a the stock rooted 2.2 rom and the netarchy-toastmod 3.7.6c kernel with the 30 fps cap lifted. No over-clocking, no hair-on-fire super tweaks, no killing every process to tweak the benchmark - just downloaded and run, the number on the bar says 1165.

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The Nexus One 2.2 at the top uses the exact same processor (aside from the radio-control circuit) as our EVO. I attribute its higher score to the fact that it's sleeker and not running Sense. I happen to like Sense so I don't care.

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HTC Incredible :: OTA Update On Rooted Stock Rom Inc

Nov 12, 2010

Can someone point me to a guide that will show me what I need to do to install the coming OTA update and re-root?I'm on stock 2.2 with a rooted, s-off Inc.

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