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  # 475870 30-May-2011 18:47
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yea i just found it to be somewhat un-reliable, force closes apps after restore etc... some others have not complained though




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  # 475882 30-May-2011 19:05
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I've never had an issue after a few factory restores on 2 phones and a CM7 install last week.

Maybe just some roms???

I also run Astro to do app backups (just in case)

 
 
 
 




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  # 475893 30-May-2011 19:25
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Don't talk to me about wiping Angry Birds after hours and hours of playing..... Yell Tongue out

I have Titanium, really should go pro with that. 
I wasn't aware Astro can save apps?

 

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  # 475894 30-May-2011 19:27
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Hit menu>tools> backup :)



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  # 475899 30-May-2011 19:32
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Hey look at that! Awesome, cheers!



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  # 479228 9-Jun-2011 10:40
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Solved my WiFI issue!
Someone on XDA linked me to this:
http://code.google.com/p/cyanogenmod4milestone/issues/detail?id=269#c2

Going deep into the WiFi settings I found the channel selection option.
There was no option selected, so I chose 14 channels and low and behold works WiFi is channel 13 Surprised

 
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  # 479232 9-Jun-2011 10:53
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Yea channels can be a pain to 13 seems to be a popular one... that what im on also.




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  # 479234 9-Jun-2011 10:55
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Yeah, easy to sort once I found that.
I guess 2.2 scans 14 by default and for some reason 2.3 doesn't. Even if set to the correct region.
Oh well mystery solved!

BTW am still running CM7 and loving it!

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