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I just did this! /data/property/persist.sys.dalvik.vm.lib is a textfile containing one of two values: 'libart.so' or 'libdvm.so'. You can change from ART to Dalvik simply by editing this file. Ex: adb shell 'echo libdvm.so >/data/property/persist.sys.dalvik.vm.lib'


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You shouldn't worry about ART or Dalvik since you have no control over which one they are using. Assume they are using the slower one and go from there. ART is far off anyway and even after its out as the default for android it will still probably be years before its the biggest chunk of the market. And ART is still in beta so who knows how good or bad it ...


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As of this moment, it is a known fact (not necessarily an issue) that the Xposed framework DOES NOT WORK with ART. So, you either: Stay with Dalvik runtime, and get the advantage of using Xposed; OR Uninstall Xposed framework, and get the advantage of using ART After installing Xposed, the runtime gets reset from ART to Dalvik. Can you stop it ...


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If I got your question correctly then yes yout ART environment should not be changed. The script will run at flashing time will wipe dalvik cache and cache itself and will not touch your personal settings. So you are safe to flash the nightly as a Dirty flash. However I have not flashed any latest aosp KK based rom but it should follow the same procedures as ...


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It should be identical to flashing when Dalvik is enabled. If the ROM cook packaged up everything correctly, you should be able to "dirty-flash" the nightly builds over the previous ones (assuming you are staying on the same ROM channel.) I would confirm with the ROM author though. On the topic of wiping caches, the CyanogenMod's installation instructions ...



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