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AOKP | Galaxy Tab 8.9 (p5wifi) | April 15 | build 32 | 4.0.4

aokp p5wifi b29 4.0.4
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nautilus

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 01:09 PM #21

Tablet: Samsung 8.9 p7310 WIFI.
v32 installed, full wipe. Italian language.

After a complete wipe navbar works. If I change some config in Rom Control->Navigation Bar nav bar still works.
If I try to use "Reset Nav Bar" Nav Bart stops working with the usual System UI stopped... Needs to wipe and restart from scratch.

In general I can't understand how make the really nice and useful "hide navbar" feature working.
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nautilus

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 01:12 PM #22

Which file may I backup to make some experiment with AOKP specific configuration restoring a working system without need to re-wipe?
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RenoRW

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 02:14 PM #23

seems i solved by deleting app data of rom management with titanium backup, for now no more errors...
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 02:51 AM #24

nvm i still have the problem... (v32)
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Posted 17 April 2012 - 07:23 AM #25

Navbar stuff has not been setup to work on tablets (any of the AOKP tablets) that is going to require the team to edit the framework.
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Zaphod-Beeblebrox

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:27 AM #26

Tablet: Samsung 8.9 p7310 WIFI.
v32 installed, full wipe. Italian language.

After a complete wipe navbar works. If I change some config in Rom Control->Navigation Bar nav bar still works.
If I try to use "Reset Nav Bar" Nav Bart stops working with the usual System UI stopped... Needs to wipe and restart from scratch.

In general I can't understand how make the really nice and useful "hide navbar" feature working.

seems i solved by deleting app data of rom management with titanium backup, for now no more errors...

nvm i still have the problem... (v32)

There is a bug in the Navbar Glow code causing the FC's .. got into ROMControl and set a custom navbar *GLOW* color. Do not reset the Navbar. the Navbar should come back within a few moments. If not, reboot.

Navbar stuff has not been setup to work on tablets (any of the AOKP tablets) that is going to require the team to edit the framework.


The NavBar stuff was incorporated for tablets on this build .. both custom navbar buttons and the ability to hide the navbar. Unfortunately we have a small bug in the Glow code causing FC's on NavBar.
The Hide NavBar function isn't working at all for some reason. I have evidently missed something in the tablet overlays.
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RenoRW

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 12:02 PM #27

There is a bug in the Navbar Glow code causing the FC's .. got into ROMControl and set a custom navbar *GLOW* color. Do not reset the Navbar. the Navbar should come back within a few moments. If not, reboot.


ok, done, let's see if work :-)

Thx for support.
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RenoRW

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 12:19 PM #28

dont work :-(

changed color and got error...

reboot >>> again error

i've to re-flash?

maybe i've got the problem by restoring data with Titanium Backup???

1- cwm full backup
2- titanium backup
3- wipe data
4- wipe dalvik cache
5- format /system
6- flash v32
7- boot first time
8- flash gapps
9- install titanium
10- restore all data
11- reboot

that's i've done
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Zaphod-Beeblebrox

Zaphod-Beeblebrox

Just an older, more bitter version of Roman

Posted 17 April 2012 - 02:19 PM #29

dont work :-(

changed color and got error...

reboot >>> again error

i've to re-flash?

maybe i've got the problem by restoring data with Titanium Backup???

1- cwm full backup
2- titanium backup
3- wipe data
4- wipe dalvik cache
5- format /system
6- flash v32
7- boot first time
8- flash gapps
9- install titanium
10- restore all data
11- reboot

that's i've done


if you restore system data with titanium you will definitely have issues.
Doesn't matter what rom you install, never restore system data with TiBu. Restore apps and app data only.
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RenoRW

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 02:48 AM #30

done but again error...

1- cwm full backup
2- titanium backup
3- wipe data
4- wipe dalvik cache
5- format /system
6- flash v32
7- boot first time
8- flash gapps
9- install titanium

got error before start restore, at first Titanium backup startup
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