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  Reply # 416229 12-Dec-2010 19:19 Send private message

ArtooDetoo:
Neets: Not one to be left behind.  Did you all get mine?  No?  Gee, wonder what happened Tongue out


Gate crash much????  LaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughing

So where is it, huh?

Cheers,
R2D2 Party Animal


Well .... no more for today.  Read it and weep!  I'm so mature Innocent




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  Reply # 416231 12-Dec-2010 19:27 Send private message

Neets:
ArtooDetoo:
Neets: Not one to be left behind.  Did you all get mine?  No?  Gee, wonder what happened Tongue out


Gate crash much????  LaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughing

So where is it, huh?

Cheers,
R2D2 Party Animal


Well .... no more for today.  Read it and weep!  I'm so mature Innocent


If you weren't such a goddess, there wouldn't be any invites at all. That, and you being the fount of all knowledge, SGS wise, possibly, and stuff.

Tongue out





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  Reply # 416235 12-Dec-2010 19:29 Send private message

Well, last night I swapped my Micro SD card with my mate's. I gave him mine 16GB card and I took his 32GB one, both Sandisk. I took around 20 photos with my mates micro sd card in my phone and all came out fine. He took pics with mine and those also came out fine. I then took mine back and started taking photos and again had several photos corrupted, as well as some not coming through at all. But since it was my work function and the boss brought out Tequila, I do not remember the rest. hahaha... 

So I think, and believe me it hurts right now, that the problem is not with the phone, but with the 16GB micro sd card I have.  

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  Reply # 416237 12-Dec-2010 19:32 Send private message

Wipeout: Well, last night I swapped my Micro SD card with my mate's. I gave him mine 16GB card and I took his 32GB one, both Sandisk. I took around 20 photos with my mates micro sd card in my phone and all came out fine. He took pics with mine and those also came out fine. I then took mine back and started taking photos and again had several photos corrupted, as well as some not coming through at all. But since it was my work function and the boss brought out Tequila, I do not remember the rest. hahaha... 

So I think, and believe me it hurts right now, that the problem is not with the phone, but with the 16GB micro sd card I have.  


But you said your friend used your micro SD card and the photos taken were fine.  But you put it back in your phone and you get corruptions.

Have another drink [hic!]  Wink




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  Reply # 416239 12-Dec-2010 19:36 Send private message

lol!

I have no idea anymore tbh. But with his 32GB card photos I've taken with my phone were fine. I'm going to Harvey Norman tomorrow anyway, so hopefully we can come to some sort of resolution. :>

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  Reply # 416282 12-Dec-2010 21:59 Send private message

For the small number of us on the Samsung Captivate, I have flashed Assonance 4.3 Froyo 2.2

Default overclocked CPU runs at 1300 mhz, with no stability issues at all. Preconfigured all-ext4 lagfix. Headset functionality issue resolved finally! Telephony via wired and bluetooth works fine now. Developer MikeyMike is currently looking to finalise his first 2.2.1 ROM so looking forward to checking that out, but 4.3 is solid quick and stable. Will resist the urge to flash... for at least a few days!

I have tried the following ROMS for the Captivate

Cognition
Axura
Killer 23rd's Doc Based ROMS

I find Assonance the best "out of the box" ROM at the moment and won't be going anywhere else for a while.





- Telstra HTC Touch Pro2 - Energy ROM WM6.5.5 20 Oct/Cyanogen Mod Froyo 2.2 - R.I.P
- AT&T Galaxy S Captivate 16GB on XT (now with brother)
- Samsung Galaxy S2 on XT- Runs ICS 4.0.3 Resurrection Remix 9.2
- Business Hours - Work In The Electricity Industry, After Hours - DJ/Turntablist - Will Scratch Vinyl For Free'
- What's next??? S3?

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  Reply # 416283 12-Dec-2010 22:01 Send private message

Wondering if anyone here has any experience with JPU and CF Root. I flashed the CF Root Kernel and keep on getting FCs. I understand this is sometimes normal however i've tried re-flashing it and rebooting several times with no luck.

Anyway, is it possible for me to reflash the stock JPU PDA file and wipe the CF root kernel? At the moment i cant really use much of the phone with all the FCs.

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  Reply # 416294 12-Dec-2010 22:38 Send private message

knate: Wondering if anyone here has any experience with JPU and CF Root. I flashed the CF Root Kernel and keep on getting FCs. I understand this is sometimes normal however i've tried re-flashing it and rebooting several times with no luck.

Anyway, is it possible for me to reflash the stock JPU PDA file and wipe the CF root kernel? At the moment i cant really use much of the phone with all the FCs.


I personally have no experience with ChainFire so can't help with that pre sé.

I can tell you that the SuperOneClick solution works in an albeit clunky way.

I think the CF root gives you the advantage of also enabling the 2e 3x button restore, with its ability to deal with unsigned .zip files for updating. So it is possibly the easiest solution in the long run.

But I'm lazy enough to use an app if there's one available, hence my use of SOC and RyanZA's lagfix and other one click solutions.

So yes, it's possible to flash over a dodgy JPU install with a better one. Just do a factory re-set first as a precaution. That's what I did.

Of course, I'm now re-installing most of my good apps, but I can live with that.

Deep breath dude, and good luck.

Cheers,
R2D2




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  Reply # 416300 12-Dec-2010 22:54 Send private message

knate: Wondering if anyone here has any experience with JPU and CF Root. I flashed the CF Root Kernel and keep on getting FCs. I understand this is sometimes normal however i've tried re-flashing it and rebooting several times with no luck.

Anyway, is it possible for me to reflash the stock JPU PDA file and wipe the CF root kernel? At the moment i cant really use much of the phone with all the FCs.


CFRoot is fine with JPU for me. Make sure you factory reset and clear cache from recovery, and don't restore data for any system programs afterwards.

 Yes it is fine to just flash stock JPU over CFRoot if you want to.

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  Reply # 416305 12-Dec-2010 23:08 Send private message

would you flash all files or just the PDA file? i think i found the problem - i didnt have CWM installed. Fingers crossed that this was the cause.

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  Reply # 416314 13-Dec-2010 00:17 Send private message

so i think that it was either to do with CWM was not installed or it just needed a good wipe (factory reset etc) as everything is going well now!

Lesson from today: While reinstalling apps etc is a pain, clean installs cause MUCH less stress!

Im now running the Darky ROM, kept the CF root with 2E recovery and its super nice. I might have a look at Doc's ROM sometime soon, but for now darkys will do.

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  Reply # 416317 13-Dec-2010 00:22 Send private message

knate: so i think that it was either to do with CWM was not installed or it just needed a good wipe (factory reset etc) as everything is going well now!

Lesson from today: While reinstalling apps etc is a pain, clean installs cause MUCH less stress!

Im now running the Darky ROM, kept the CF root with 2E recovery and its super nice. I might have a look at Doc's ROM sometime soon, but for now darkys will do.


Brilliant.

Congrats dude, and enjoy.

Cheers,
R2D2




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  Reply # 416318 13-Dec-2010 00:24 Send private message

I've just posted "Collective list of Issues, Features, Observations & fixes list for XXJPU" at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=9759824&postcount=1127

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  Reply # 416319 13-Dec-2010 00:28 Send private message

knate:
Lesson from today: While reinstalling apps etc is a pain, clean installs cause MUCH less stress!


Too true! I've just finished upgrading from his 4.1 rom and I chose the 'Easy' method and ended up with a phone that wouldn't boot. Followed the 'Clean' method and am now up and running.

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  Reply # 416323 13-Dec-2010 00:53 Send private message

DrD: I've just posted "Collective list of Issues, Features, Observations & fixes list for XXJPU" at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=9759824&postcount=1127


Frickin' eh...

Coolio dude. Big ups for your dedication. Wish I had your perseverance.

Cheers,
R2D2




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