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  Reply # 444436 1-Mar-2011 13:36 Send private message

Unfortunately no source means no custom kernels




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  Reply # 444439 1-Mar-2011 13:40 Send private message

lokhor: Unfortunately no source means no custom kernels


Exactly - but the fact they're doing a beta-release would suggest the full-monty version isn't far away; you wouldn't bother coding drivers for a device that wasn't going to get a full release in some part of the world.

And I'm ignoring the whingers on XDA - as someone aptly said on the thread, GB is more about under-the-bonnet improvements than bells and whistles.




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  Reply # 444441 1-Mar-2011 13:46 Send private message

Yeah it should be a lot smoother. can't wait to see, but I'm definitely going to wait till the dust settles.




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  Reply # 444492 1-Mar-2011 16:31 Send private message

lokhor: Yeah it should be a lot smoother. can't wait to see, but I'm definitely going to wait till the dust settles.


Hopefully not to long away(month or two) there will be some customs out, that's when I'll think about going to 2.3. Exciting nevertheless, that XDA thread is growing at an exponential rate :P




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  Reply # 444522 1-Mar-2011 18:26 Send private message

Great!

Will be keeping a close eye out for the next couple months for a decent custom ROM.

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  Reply # 444525 1-Mar-2011 18:44 Send private message

i am on darkys rom 9.3beta after trying trying 9.2 getting constant battery drain even after calibrating the battery ....just cooked me a rom in doc's kitchen

will i need to do a factory wipe in recovery?(i think i need to since darkys got the voodoo kernel) then reboot into recovery or can i stay in recovery just install the docs rom zip from the internal drive




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  Reply # 444528 1-Mar-2011 18:53 Send private message

cokeman2: i am on darkys rom 9.3beta after trying trying 9.2 getting constant battery drain even after calibrating the battery ....just cooked me a rom in doc's kitchen

will i need to do a factory wipe in recovery?(i think i need to since darkys got the voodoo kernel) then reboot into recovery or can i stay in recovery just install the docs rom zip from the internal drive


I've never rebooted back into recovery after doing a reset, wiping the cache and dalvik cache. As far as I know it doesn't make a difference whether you reboot into recovery before flashing it, if it makes you feel more comfortable it only takes 10 seconds to do so..... And Doc's JS5 seems very good battery wise, had phone left on a table at 6% for about 8ish hours and it only dropped to 5%, haven't even considered doing a recalibration since I flashed it.




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  Reply # 444637 1-Mar-2011 23:15 Send private message

Shrapnel:
cokeman2: i am on darkys rom 9.3beta after trying trying 9.2 getting constant battery drain even after calibrating the battery ....just cooked me a rom in doc's kitchen

will i need to do a factory wipe in recovery?(i think i need to since darkys got the voodoo kernel) then reboot into recovery or can i stay in recovery just install the docs rom zip from the internal drive


I've never rebooted back into recovery after doing a reset, wiping the cache and dalvik cache. As far as I know it doesn't make a difference whether you reboot into recovery before flashing it, if it makes you feel more comfortable it only takes 10 seconds to do so..... And Doc's JS5 seems very good battery wise, had phone left on a table at 6% for about 8ish hours and it only dropped to 5%, haven't even considered doing a recalibration since I flashed it.


thanks....... took me 5m to flash it and i didn't restart it into recovery either .wiped and installed from zip :)




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  Reply # 444956 2-Mar-2011 19:36 Send private message

cokeman2:
Shrapnel:
cokeman2: i am on darkys rom 9.3beta after trying trying 9.2 getting constant battery drain even after calibrating the battery ....just cooked me a rom in doc's kitchen

will i need to do a factory wipe in recovery?(i think i need to since darkys got the voodoo kernel) then reboot into recovery or can i stay in recovery just install the docs rom zip from the internal drive


I've never rebooted back into recovery after doing a reset, wiping the cache and dalvik cache. As far as I know it doesn't make a difference whether you reboot into recovery before flashing it, if it makes you feel more comfortable it only takes 10 seconds to do so..... And Doc's JS5 seems very good battery wise, had phone left on a table at 6% for about 8ish hours and it only dropped to 5%, haven't even considered doing a recalibration since I flashed it.


thanks....... took me 5m to flash it and i didn't restart it into recovery either .wiped and installed from zip :)


Good on ya, hope your battery life is better 




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  Reply # 445021 2-Mar-2011 23:18 Send private message

Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work




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  Reply # 445040 3-Mar-2011 01:48 Send private message

lokhor: Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work


I do. 2Degrees, darkys 9.3 final speedmod kernel.



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  Reply # 445055 3-Mar-2011 07:40 Send private message

Brendan:
lokhor: Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work


I do. 2Degrees, darkys 9.3 final speedmod kernel.


Cool I'm also with 2Degrees but running Doc's JS3 with Speedmod K13C

What APN Setup do you have? I have 3:
2 degrees mobile which is mms + internet and not my default
2degrees Internet which is just internet and my default
2degrees MMS - this one may be set up wrong, however I got the 2degrees site to send the settings to my phone to install.

Can you post your APN Setup + the 2degrees MMS details?

Cheers 




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  Reply # 445123 3-Mar-2011 11:52 Send private message

lokhor:
Brendan:
lokhor: Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work


I do. 2Degrees, darkys 9.3 final speedmod kernel.


Cool I'm also with 2Degrees but running Doc's JS3 with Speedmod K13C

What APN Setup do you have? I have 3:
2 degrees mobile which is mms + internet and not my default
2degrees Internet which is just internet and my default
2degrees MMS - this one may be set up wrong, however I got the 2degrees site to send the settings to my phone to install.

Can you post your APN Setup + the 2degrees MMS details?

Cheers 


Getting a bit OT but:
Delete the mms+internet APN. Check the settings for the 2degrees MMS APN against the settings in the sticky in the Android forum.




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  Reply # 445126 3-Mar-2011 12:06 Send private message

lokhor:
Brendan:
lokhor: Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work


I do. 2Degrees, darkys 9.3 final speedmod kernel.


Cool I'm also with 2Degrees but running Doc's JS3 with Speedmod K13C

What APN Setup do you have? I have 3:
2 degrees mobile which is mms + internet and not my default
2degrees Internet which is just internet and my default
2degrees MMS - this one may be set up wrong, however I got the 2degrees site to send the settings to my phone to install.

Can you post your APN Setup + the 2degrees MMS details?

Cheers 


As far as my APN settings go - I used the ones posted here in the android forum for 2degrees, AND I tried the ones 2degrees sends out (if you use the STK sim tool kit). Neither seem to work and both are slightly different.

It is very frustrating to have one of the most expensive phones in the land, and yet have a stupid MMS problem. I assume it's something silly.

What I'd like to know (process of elimination):

Does ANYONE have MMS working?
If so, What network and what ROM and what APN etc settings?

Thanks.


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  Reply # 445135 3-Mar-2011 12:26 Send private message

Brendan:
lokhor:
Brendan:
lokhor: Anyone else have issues with sending and receiving mms messages? I can't get it to work


I do. 2Degrees, darkys 9.3 final speedmod kernel.


Cool I'm also with 2Degrees but running Doc's JS3 with Speedmod K13C

What APN Setup do you have? I have 3:
2 degrees mobile which is mms + internet and not my default
2degrees Internet which is just internet and my default
2degrees MMS - this one may be set up wrong, however I got the 2degrees site to send the settings to my phone to install.

Can you post your APN Setup + the 2degrees MMS details?

Cheers 


As far as my APN settings go - I used the ones posted here in the android forum for 2degrees, AND I tried the ones 2degrees sends out (if you use the STK sim tool kit). Neither seem to work and both are slightly different.

It is very frustrating to have one of the most expensive phones in the land, and yet have a stupid MMS problem. I assume it's something silly.

What I'd like to know (process of elimination):

Does ANYONE have MMS working?
If so, What network and what ROM and what APN etc settings?

Thanks.



Yes mine works fine. I'm on Telecom using a cooked Doc rom 9.6.6 and just sent a photo and text to a Vodafone cell with no Issues




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