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  Reply # 618353 2-May-2012 14:08
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Thanks Lee

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  Reply # 618359 2-May-2012 14:19
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Just restoring apps and data now, I assume I cant restore system data since I came from GB?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 618380 2-May-2012 14:32
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kiwitrc: Just restoring apps and data now, I assume I cant restore system data since I came from GB?

I don't think you can in many cases. Safest not to.

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  Reply # 618382 2-May-2012 14:36
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just don't.

if you do and there is a problem you don't know where to start solving.

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  Reply # 618388 2-May-2012 14:57
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joker97: just don't.

if you do and there is a problem you don't know where to start solving.


Agreed - the frameworks of GB and ICS are substantially different, so you're heading for a world of hurt if you restore.




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  Reply # 618391 2-May-2012 14:59
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Righto thanks. Thought that might be the case, at this point for some reason I am getting Titanium hangs on just restoring my apps and data :( Looks like some apps may cause issues, lookin at you Viber

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  Reply # 618412 2-May-2012 15:37
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Updated to ICS 4.0.3 using KIES Air desktop application. Positive experience. No issues encountered.

I did note that my battery life was dessimated shortly after completion. After a full charge that night, the usage seems to be the same/similar as it was prior to upgrade.


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  Reply # 618618 2-May-2012 21:46
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I'm keen to try out CM9NZ
Is this the latest Siyah Kernel?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1555259


if not can someone please link me? :D

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  Reply # 618625 2-May-2012 21:58
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Steve113: I'm keen to try out CM9NZ
Is this the latest Siyah Kernel?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1555259


if not can someone please link me? :D

It's the latest. He also has his own site here.

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  Reply # 618626 2-May-2012 21:58
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siyah kernel home site

gokhanmoral.com

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  Reply # 618634 2-May-2012 22:22
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kiwitrc: Righto thanks. Thought that might be the case, at this point for some reason I am getting Titanium hangs on just restoring my apps and data :( Looks like some apps may cause issues, lookin at you Viber


I too find that Titanium sometimes hangs while doing batch restores, which is why I restore on a per-app, per-need basis. That way you can figure out what the problematic apps are, and also keep your system free from unnecessary junk. (PS: Viber always restored fine. Restored between three devices, between multiple GB -> ICS ROMs too)

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Yes it may just have been where Viber sat in the stack to restore, not sure. I really must figure out how to remove old unwanted apps from google or wherever they lurk.

Otherwise Wanamlite/Abyss has gone on fine and is running very nicely. I wont be going back to GB now.

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kiwitrc: Yes it may just have been where Viber sat in the stack to restore, not sure. I really must figure out how to remove old unwanted apps from google or wherever they lurk.

Otherwise Wanamlite/Abyss has gone on fine and is running very nicely. I wont be going back to GB now.


Nice - have just dipped down under 80% battery after 24 hours' use on the Wanamlite+Abyss combo - very happy with that!!




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just connected my s2 to kies and noticed a firmware update > phone:LP4 (TNZ) ... im guessing this is the ICS update? has anyone run the firmware update on a rooted device (secure rom)? any issues? any problems with apps? thanks

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pogostickconz: just connected my s2 to kies and noticed a firmware update > phone:LP4 (TNZ) ... im guessing this is the ICS update? has anyone run the firmware update on a rooted device (secure rom)? any issues? any problems with apps? thanks


Yes, that's the ICS upgrade. My wife is now running it on her phone (stock i9100T, unrooted) and she only has one problem, the phone won't turn off. I need to reflash it to see if that'll fix it, but it just restarts each time. Have to pull the battery to turn it off.

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