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  Reply # 546016 16-Nov-2011 13:41
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BadCam: You could consider backing up your files, syncing your Gmail contacts and resetting your phone.


Really? I was hoping there was some simple solution, like "Oh, you just need to change this setting from X to Y".

Well, it'll have to wait until I get home and can back everything up.

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  Reply # 546028 16-Nov-2011 13:58
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andrew027:
BadCam: You could consider backing up your files, syncing your Gmail contacts and resetting your phone.


Really? I was hoping there was some simple solution, like "Oh, you just need to change this setting from X to Y".

Well, it'll have to wait until I get home and can back everything up.


You can try some of the suggestions on this page - http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/smartphones/troubleshooting-tricks-for-android-exchange-connection-problems/2591
Not sure if it will help with the security certificate but maybe worth trying before resetting the phone.

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It mentions on the link I provided that recent updates may have caused the certificate to become invalid. When this is the case, sometimes it is necessary to delete the Exchange account and re-add it to the phone. Before you delete the account, I highly recommend clearing the Account and Sync Settings cache. To do so, follow these steps:
  1. Tap the Menu button on the handset.
  2. Tap the Settings button.
  3. Tap Applications | Manage Applications | All | Account and Sync Settings.
  4. Tap the Clear Data and Clear Cache buttons.
Now try connecting to your xtra email account. If the clearing the cache doesn’t resolve the problem, then it is time to delete and re-add the Exchange account.

There is a setup guide for the Sensation on Telecoms website - http://telecom.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3144  

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  Reply # 546047 16-Nov-2011 14:39
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I deleted the xtra email account and tried the Telecom link for setting up a new account. It gets to step 16 (pressing Next), then step 17 (checking the settings) then comes back with the same invalid certificate message.

I'll have to try the 0800 number the guy in Telecom gave me when I get home tonight.

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  Reply # 551356 29-Nov-2011 11:11
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Just an update - The certificazte message seems to have gone away in the last week - more by itself than as a result of anything I did, I think. I do now get frequent "Login Failed" messages, but if I choose to refresh a couple of times it usually gets past this. 

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  Reply # 551367 29-Nov-2011 11:25
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I have a car that fixes itself. Only problem is it seems to unfix itself too. Usually around the time the WOF is due.
The login issue, although better than the certificate problem, sounds inconvenient. All my mail accounts are Web-based and I have not had (m)any issues so far.

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  Reply # 551547 29-Nov-2011 18:16
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What roms are most people running these days?




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  Reply # 551550 29-Nov-2011 18:25
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lokhor: What roms are most people running these days?

CdTDroiD's 4.0 version of 2.3.4. Waiting patiently for a stable ICS ROM to hit the net. Seriously wanting the new OS. :-)

Galaxy S has gone to its new home. Moved to TNZ now and happy as a canine with twin penile parts.

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  Reply # 551711 30-Nov-2011 09:50
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Running factory Sense, the firmware updated last night to 1.45.707.2. Don't ask me what it updated, I just did as I was told haha

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  Reply # 551858 30-Nov-2011 15:22
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LeeDroid 4.0 atm.. Stable as!

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  Reply # 551958 30-Nov-2011 18:51
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Should I put stock Telecom firmware back on my Sensation before selling?




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  Reply # 553645 4-Dec-2011 19:21
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Yeah i think that would be a good idea to stick the xt firmware back on and sorry for the request but could i get a copy of the firmware im really desperately looking for a back up or original telecom xt rom.

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  Reply # 554942 7-Dec-2011 12:20
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lokhor: What roms are most people running these days?


MiUi build 1.11.10

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Reply # 555958 9-Dec-2011 15:21
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I never liked the standard rom on my sensation as audio out of the speaker was too low. I rooted the phone and installed SENSEaY_XE35_v2.0.0.  Now that went the opposite. I liked most of it but audio now was very distorted.  Today I installed Leedroid v4.2.1

Now this was excellent with looks feel and espcially audio.  HOWEVER when you use camera app and then exit the sensation locks up and you have to remove the battery.  So I have downloaded SENSEay_XE35_v2.1.0.   Before I install it, has anyone had problems with it and is audio toned down a little.  Hopefully wont lock up exiting camera app. I had rebooted but camera locked up sensation every time on exiting

Thanks




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Reply # 556144 9-Dec-2011 22:40
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Update.  I have installed CdTDroiD's SENSEay_XE35_v2.1.0 rom and so far everything seems to be fine. Cant fault it so far.  Audio is now good and not distorted.   Thank you CdTDroiD




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  Reply # 556197 10-Dec-2011 06:12
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Gilco2: I never liked the standard rom on my sensation as audio out of the speaker was too low. I rooted the phone and installed SENSEaY_XE35_v2.0.0.  Now that went the opposite. I liked most of it but audio now was very distorted.  Today I installed Leedroid v4.2.1

Now this was excellent with looks feel and espcially audio.  HOWEVER when you use camera app and then exit the sensation locks up and you have to remove the battery.  So I have downloaded SENSEay_XE35_v2.1.0.   Before I install it, has anyone had problems with it and is audio toned down a little.  Hopefully wont lock up exiting camera app. I had rebooted but camera locked up sensation every time on exiting

Thanks


I had the same issue with leedroid 4.2.1 I went back to 4.0.. rock solid!

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