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Master Geek


  Reply # 528296 2-Oct-2011 17:36 Send private message

I go the Lite'ning 6.1 Rom down and installed it is pretty flash, but i can't read mass storage for some reason, am looking through the the 1000+ pages now

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  Reply # 528359 2-Oct-2011 23:41 Send private message

Kelem: I go the Lite'ning 6.1 Rom down and installed it is pretty flash, but i can't read mass storage for some reason, am looking through the the 1000+ pages now

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Your flash is faulty.

Or, your sd card is.

First, try flashing another kernel, and/or try 'fix permissions' in one of the cwm menus. 

If that doesn't work, flash a stock rom (not a 2.3.5 one as they did something to the bootloader). Get it from samfirmware.com. That'll hopefully fix the mass storage problem. Then, re-root as per my guide, and try another custom rom.


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Master Geek


  Reply # 528377 3-Oct-2011 07:09 Send private message

Thanks Brendan, i sorted it out.
Cheers

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  Reply # 528750 3-Oct-2011 22:04 Send private message

Have just got my SG II last week. Owned the HTC Magic previously and found the LED notification handy when messages/emails received or calls missed etc. The SG II doesn't have this feature.

I found an app in the marketplace that would emulate this, but it require a modified kernel for it to operate. Have found the step by step guide to downlaod and install the appropriate kernel, but what I need to find out is if the phones warranty is void if I installed a different kernel. Hopefully somebody here is able to answer this for me.

Thanks

H


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  Reply # 528751 3-Oct-2011 22:07 Send private message

kiwiharry: Have just got my SG II last week. Owned the HTC Magic previously and found the LED notification handy when messages/emails received or calls missed etc. The SG II doesn't have this feature.

I found an app in the marketplace that would emulate this, but it require a modified kernel for it to operate. Have found the step by step guide to downlaod and install the appropriate kernel, but what I need to find out is if the phones warranty is void if I installed a different kernel. Hopefully somebody here is able to answer this for me.

Thanks

H



Yup, you're onto it - kernels that support BLN (BackLightNotification) will invariably Root your handset, which invalidates the warranty.

The standard approach is to find & download the stock firmware that you currently have incase you ever need to rollback for warranty purposes.

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  Reply # 528752 3-Oct-2011 22:11 Send private message

nofam:
kiwiharry: Have just got my SG II last week. Owned the HTC Magic previously and found the LED notification handy when messages/emails received or calls missed etc. The SG II doesn't have this feature.

I found an app in the marketplace that would emulate this, but it require a modified kernel for it to operate. Have found the step by step guide to downlaod and install the appropriate kernel, but what I need to find out is if the phones warranty is void if I installed a different kernel. Hopefully somebody here is able to answer this for me.

Thanks

H



Yup, you're onto it - kernels that support BLN (BackLightNotification) will invariably Root your handset, which invalidates the warranty.

The standard approach is to find & download the stock firmware that you currently have incase you ever need to rollback for warranty purposes.




Thanks nofam.

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  Reply # 528794 4-Oct-2011 03:56 Send private message

kiwiharry: Have just got my SG II last week. Owned the HTC Magic previously and found the LED notification handy when messages/emails received or calls missed etc. The SG II doesn't have this feature.

I found an app in the marketplace that would emulate this, but it require a modified kernel for it to operate. Have found the step by step guide to downlaod and install the appropriate kernel, but what I need to find out is if the phones warranty is void if I installed a different kernel. Hopefully somebody here is able to answer this for me.

Thanks

H



Look for noLED in the market to do message notifications for you. No need to root.

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  Reply # 528796 4-Oct-2011 05:41 Send private message

When I try to load KH3 from Clockworkmod recovery, I get signature verification failed? Any ideas what I am doing wrong?

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 528878 4-Oct-2011 10:18 Send private message

I've had that issue alot, I just toggle "signature verification" before you choose the zip file and it works. Not sure what affect this has in the future but I've had no issues.

Criskelo rom v22

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  Reply # 529850 5-Oct-2011 23:35 Send private message

Parallelimported.co.nz is selling the Salaxy S II (16gb) for $888. Did anyone buy their S II from them? Was it legit (ie. not some rooted 3rd part ROM) ?

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  Reply # 529855 5-Oct-2011 23:59 Send private message

Do any sgs2's come with rooter 2degrees party roms? I got mine from einfo.co.nz overnight delivery for around 900$. Its now $765 ish I think... Not a rooted 2degrees party app... Well it wasnt

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  Reply # 529861 6-Oct-2011 00:32 Send private message

halfbaked: Do any sgs2's come with rooter 2degrees party roms? I got mine from einfo.co.nz overnight delivery for around 900$. Its now $765 ish I think... Not a rooted 2degrees party app... Well it wasnt


Again, in english?

 

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  Reply # 529882 6-Oct-2011 07:31 Send private message

I was referring to the post above mine about phones coming already rooted and with 3rd party roms, I've never heard of this before but haven't read this entire thread.

Didn't realize my post was so foreign.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 529883 6-Oct-2011 07:32 Send private message

Cannot edit posts on my phone but when I try to write 3rd party it writes 2degrees party...

Foo

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 529890 6-Oct-2011 07:53 Send private message

kiwitrc:
kiwiharry: Have just got my SG II last week. Owned the HTC Magic previously and found the LED notification handy when messages/emails received or calls missed etc. The SG II doesn't have this feature.

I found an app in the marketplace that would emulate this, but it require a modified kernel for it to operate. Have found the step by step guide to downlaod and install the appropriate kernel, but what I need to find out is if the phones warranty is void if I installed a different kernel. Hopefully somebody here is able to answer this for me.

Thanks

H



Look for noLED in the market to do message notifications for you. No need to root.



Looks like noLED is quite the battery hog? Apart from that, it looks great! Anyone had experience with it?

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