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  Reply # 474180 25-May-2011 21:54
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Sweet, I owe you a beer for the help!

You are right, once you get your head around a few things it's not that hard.

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  Reply # 474189 25-May-2011 22:24
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No worries dude, once you get your head around that try S-OFF but be carefull !

Also try the new Gingerbread Sense ROM's - Awesum




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  Reply # 474277 26-May-2011 10:21
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So much for leaving it alone lol....
Flashed Leedroid to what that is like. Instantly WiFi at work is fine again.
However it's a 2.2 based ROM. A few days of GB and I don't want to go back... Think I'll hunt out that oxygen one. What have I started? lol

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  Reply # 474287 26-May-2011 10:44
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Yea its an addiction lol, my wife hates my phone..

Heres the Oxygen ROM link

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=971904

iNsertCoin is pretty cool also its 2.2 but off the Desire HD so you get the flipping clock and stuff heres the link for that one. (that is not the new insertcoin gingerbread one)

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=861690





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  Reply # 474320 26-May-2011 11:43
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Cheers for that. Slow day at work so flashed Oxygen. And WiFi no go...
I'm beginning to think there's something weird in these GB ROMs that disagrees with works WiFi

I really really like GB so might look at more.
Also when the Desire stock GB comes out OTA I might unroot and upgrade to that and see if it still does it.

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  Reply # 474331 26-May-2011 11:53
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The desire gingerbread will still be very different to what your experiencing with oxygen or redux because they are AOSP roms.




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  Reply # 474396 26-May-2011 13:41
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Yeah, just trying to work out what the WiFi issue could be, and if it's GB or the modded GB ROMs. So far it's only an issue here at work.

BTW Oxygen is nice, the auto brightness issues is much much less. It actually adjusts after a few seconds whereas Redux wouldn't

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  Reply # 474444 26-May-2011 14:55
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If wifi isn't working, make sure you have the latest radio.
Also try Cyanogenmod, i switched from Oxygen to it, and i love how it has all these extra useful features but is still just as smooth and clean.



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  Reply # 474448 26-May-2011 15:09
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I have the latest radio. WiFi works at home and the neighbours, but not here at work on Redux and Oxygen
Will give Cyanogenmod a go

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  Reply # 474452 26-May-2011 15:12
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I found the latest version of CM7 really good, still a bit to hacked up for my taste (or modified) i kind of like the stock AOSP feel... But a well supported ROM

Did you see my video of it also? 




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  Reply # 474453 26-May-2011 15:14
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Yeah I think when I rooted it, it loaded up into CM7. Too much fiddling gone by now lol



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  Reply # 474457 26-May-2011 15:26
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just flashed CM7. Same deal on WiFi. Can't see the router here.
So that's 3 GB ROMs that do it. Sensing a trend here!

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  Reply # 474465 26-May-2011 15:48
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TheUngeek: just flashed CM7. Same deal on WiFi. Can't see the router here.
So that's 3 GB ROMs that do it. Sensing a trend here!


Yea its going to be a hidden SSID issue. it needs to be unhidden first then connect then hide it again but of course means you have to access the router settings... Otherwise you can try one of the WIFI apps on the market like WIFI Manager or something to try connect.

 




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  Reply # 474466 26-May-2011 15:49
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This is off the Oxygen thread at XDA...



*** Hi guys for those of you having problems with Hidden SSID, i managed to well have a temporary fix. First connect on a visible SSID. Once your phone is connected, make your SSID invisible again. It connects fine then.  Hope it helps! ***




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  Reply # 474468 26-May-2011 15:58
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Ah ok, weird that it seems to only be a GB issue.
I will see if I can find an app that works around it as I doubt very much I'll be able to get into the router settings

On CM7 now. Struggling to find the settings to alter the buttons in the notifications folder. I'm sure they were easier to find in Redux! lol

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