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[SCRIPTS] PopcornScripts v1.5 by Team Vanir UPDATED 6/26

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tb7andro

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 02:56 PM #41

How do you remove this?
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Apaca1ypse

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 06:47 PM #42

lso, another question to run by you guys: We are thinking of making premium scripts (you purchase a downloader from the market, and then d/l the scripts from there). Yay or nay?

Hell yay!!!

Edited by Apaca1ypse, 28 June 2012 - 06:51 PM.

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hazard209

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 02:51 PM #43

Also having troubles with setting sticking at boot. Vanir Jelly Bean v5 with the packaged kernel.
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abqnm

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 03:05 PM #44

Also having troubles with setting sticking at boot. Vanir Jelly Bean v5 with the packaged kernel.


There is a known issue that something in JB changed from ICS. The system will revert any changes to the CPU sysfs values after a few minutes or anytime the screen is turned off. The only way to avoid this is to change the permissions of the affected files to read only (0444) so that the system can't revert them. This is an issue with apps like SetCPU and NoFrills as well.

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hazard209

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 03:22 PM #45

There is a known issue that something in JB changed from ICS. The system will revert any changes to the CPU sysfs values after a few minutes or anytime the screen is turned off. The only way to avoid this is to change the permissions of the affected files to read only (0444) so that the system can't revert them. This is an issue with apps like SetCPU and NoFrills as well.

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Well damn.. That sucks.
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abqnm

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 03:27 PM #46

Well damn.. That sucks.


I had to write my own script to do it but the rom I am using (Jelly Belly 1.3 by jakeday) doesn't have init.d support just yet so I just turned it into a shell script that I manually run after boot. I have emailed the devs for SetCPU and NoFrills to ask them to update how they set the CPU values so hopefully they will be updated soon.

The devs here for popcorn scripts should be able to make the necessary changes pretty easily as well. If you are good with scripts you can edit the script yourself to make it work by adding chmod 0444 for each of the files at the end of the script.

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solongthemer

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 03:44 PM #47

So none of these tweaks stick at boot? Not a big deal just curious. Ill just never reboot! Lol

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hazard209

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 04:08 PM #48

I had to write my own script to do it but the rom I am using (Jelly Belly 1.3 by jakeday) doesn't have init.d support just yet so I just turned it into a shell script that I manually run after boot. I have emailed the devs for SetCPU and NoFrills to ask them to update how they set the CPU values so hopefully they will be updated soon.

The devs here for popcorn scripts should be able to make the necessary changes pretty easily as well. If you are good with scripts you can edit the script yourself to make it work by adding chmod 0444 for each of the files at the end of the script.

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I am good enough with them to do that. I'm just lazy. Lol. Also in the process of flashing Jelly Belly. I've just been trying different ROMs/kernels out and getting back into crack flashing.
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solongthemer

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 04:13 PM #49

Hmmm.. keep getting download unsuccessful :(

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 04:16 PM #50

Wierd.. downloaded dolphin browser and then downloaded this script thru it no probs.. wtf jelly bean browser?

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