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  Reply # 506020 13-Aug-2011 16:07
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Skeamz: I believe its the internal memory. any known reason this could be happening. everything else for me is perfect this rom is quick!


Does the ROM include A2SD+?

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  Reply # 506032 13-Aug-2011 16:45
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ok, flashed, but nothing working because all the settings in quick settings say usb connected. No wifi, no mobile data...


edit... working but market fails to download anything... mainly titanium backup!


edit edit: going to wait for CM to hopefully come out.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 506033 13-Aug-2011 16:55
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blakamin: ok, flashed, but nothing working because all the settings in quick settings say usb connected. No wifi, no mobile data...


edit... working but market fails to download anything... mainly titanium backup!


I have been having problems with Market as well. Not sure if it is a problem with the new market or rom issue. Sometimes my market takes ages to load pages and other times it loads normally. Can you install the app from your pc?

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup&feature=search_result

Found this, it might help;

Q: The market is not installing anything. Gives error.
A: Reboot into recovery and select “clear cache partition”. 

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  Reply # 506038 13-Aug-2011 17:08
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I'll just wait for a CM to come out.. I decided I dont like sense either. lol

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  Reply # 506044 13-Aug-2011 17:47
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cdTDroiD's 3.1 is running fine so far with no obvious problems. The skin is his neon one but the theme is a standard Sense one. No market issues whatsoever.



SpeedTest shows 3G performance on Telecom XT.

The only thing that I have an issue with, so far anyway, is the epilepsy-inducing Honeycomb boot animation. Not a fan of that at all.








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Reply # 506046 13-Aug-2011 17:57
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ArtooDetoo:
The only thing that I have an issue with, so far anyway, is the epilepsy-inducing Honeycomb boot animation. Not a fan of that at all.


I love the boot animation. It reminds me of when I was younger and living in Sydney  

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  Reply # 506049 13-Aug-2011 18:05
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k1w33d:

I love the boot animation. It reminds me of when I was younger and living in Sydney  


My point exactly. :-) Some things are best left in the past...




Galaxy S has gone to its new owner. HTC Sensation has gone to its new
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  Reply # 506051 13-Aug-2011 18:13
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Are you guys with issues doing proper full wipes before you are installing the ROMs?


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  Reply # 506052 13-Aug-2011 18:15
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Wiped everything.

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  Reply # 506054 13-Aug-2011 18:19
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lokhor: No problem, hopefully it works for you.


Unfortunately, adding the Vodafone APNs  did not help. I went and parked in a straight line of sight to the antennae, again no more than 80 metres away, no 3G icon appeared, and when I opened the stock browser, I got a  message that said "connect to a mobile network or enable Wifi to use this feature". I tried a reset by removing both battery and SIM, but that didn't help. I also tried turning "Mobile Network Use phone for data connection when Wi-Fi is unavailable" of then on again, but that didn't help either".

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  Reply # 506055 13-Aug-2011 18:22
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Roam settings? (just in case, turn them all on. I'm just guessing here because I'm running vodafone fine. Only get 3g in 3g areas though)

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  Reply # 506056 13-Aug-2011 18:25
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blakamin: Roam settings? (just in case, turn them all on. I'm just guessing here because I'm running vodafone fine. Only get 3g in 3g areas though)


Thanks, I'll try that on my way in to the Vodafone dealership on Monday to see if it helps before seeing if they can. I know I really SHOULD be getting 3G right in the heart of Vodafone's 2100Mhz coverage area here in Hastings. 

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  Reply # 506057 13-Aug-2011 18:25
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Privoxy: Are you guys with issues doing proper full wipes before you are installing the ROMs?



I always do a full wipe even though I have read it is not necessary. It takes no time to do it so why risk any issues by not doing it. 

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  Reply # 506058 13-Aug-2011 18:28
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stuartjmz:
blakamin: Roam settings? (just in case, turn them all on. I'm just guessing here because I'm running vodafone fine. Only get 3g in 3g areas though)


Thanks, I'll try that on my way in to the Vodafone dealership on Monday to see if it helps before seeing if they can. I know I really SHOULD be getting 3G right in the heart of Vodafone's 2100Mhz coverage area here in Hastings.?


I know mine worked in taradale rd on friday morning.

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  Reply # 506059 13-Aug-2011 18:30
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blakamin
I know mine worked in taradale rd on friday morning.


That' confirms it - it SHOULD work. I'm beginning to wonder if this "prize" was quite such a prize after all.  Not sure what to do if turns out to be hardware-related, since I didn't buy it. 

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