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  Reply # 785410 22-Mar-2013 12:58
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@JeffNZ What kind of issues does Wanam 4.2.1 have?

I was thinking of installing it soon, am currently on Official leaked 4.2.1

Are the issues you talk about in both roms, or just Wanam?

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  Reply # 785416 22-Mar-2013 13:08
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Wanam doesnt have a 4.2.1 ROM out yet.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 785509 22-Mar-2013 15:32
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Filename: GT-I9300_WanamLite.XXUFMB3.V6.0.NO-WIPE.zip

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1705866

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  Reply # 785531 22-Mar-2013 16:21
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monkey300: Filename: GT-I9300_WanamLite.XXUFMB3.V6.0.NO-WIPE.zip

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1705866


Thanks I missed that as 6.1 is 4.1.2 so assumed V6 was also.

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  Reply # 785551 22-Mar-2013 16:34
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monkey300: @JeffNZ What kind of issues does Wanam 4.2.1 have?

I was thinking of installing it soon, am currently on Official leaked 4.2.1

Are the issues you talk about in both roms, or just Wanam?


just the same as other leaked versions but he has done his own kernal which is just basic stock no frills but works well.




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  Reply # 785703 22-Mar-2013 21:35
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Cheers, I haven't noticed any bugs tho - apart from the phone being a little warm a few times when taking it out of my pocket (but always cool when on the desk, strangely - maybe some motion thing is staying enabled when it shouldnt be?)

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  Reply # 785869 23-Mar-2013 12:59
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monkey300: Cheers, I haven't noticed any bugs tho - apart from the phone being a little warm a few times when taking it out of my pocket (but always cool when on the desk, strangely - maybe some motion thing is staying enabled when it shouldnt be?)

is that on the leaked version? if so are you still having them




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  Reply # 785993 23-Mar-2013 18:26
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Has anyone come across any screen burn-in issues? I think screen-burn in is not technically the correct term on an AMOLED display but it best describes my issue.

Whenever I'm viewing a photo or video in fullscreen, I have this opaque 'line/band' appear where the Status bar would have been. It is really noticable the most when viewing blue colours but is also visible on whites and greys. Red and greens are the hardest to see this 'line' but it is there.

Here's a photo:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/86067647/s3-screen.JPG

I've read some time ago that this can happen on AMOLED displays but to be honest, I'm a little disappointed that I have this defect on a 9 month old phone.

Looks like I'll be sending my phone in to be repaired.

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  Reply # 786109 23-Mar-2013 23:15
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I have screen burn also so yes it is very possible. Are you sending it in under warranty, would it be covered?
I haven't done anything with mine yet.

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  Reply # 786291 24-Mar-2013 14:21
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GEONXT: I have screen burn also so yes it is very possible. Are you sending it in under warranty, would it be covered?
I haven't done anything with mine yet.


I'm hoping it'll be covered under warranty. I have a few months to go before my warranty expires so I'll get it to them before then.

When I spoke to the retailer that sold me the phone, they said yeah bring the phone in and they'll send it away to get looked at. At the time I rang, he said that the repair centre was busy at the moment and that it would be a three week turnaround, so I left it. I'll get onto it soon though.





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  Reply # 786609 25-Mar-2013 12:29
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In titanium backup pro, how do I restore say 20 apps and data, by batch mode?

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  Reply # 786631 25-Mar-2013 12:54
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networkn: In titanium backup pro, how do I restore say 20 apps and data, by batch mode?


Top right corner, a rectangle with a tick on it will bring up batch options



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  Reply # 786634 25-Mar-2013 12:56
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networkn: In titanium backup pro, how do I restore say 20 apps and data, by batch mode?


Top right corner, a rectangle with a tick on it will bring up batch options


Right but I can't see which option under restore I would pick. They all seem like template options that will run automatically none of which suit me without modification. Sorry if I am being dumb?

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  Reply # 786635 25-Mar-2013 13:00
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networkn:
sittingduckz:
networkn: In titanium backup pro, how do I restore say 20 apps and data, by batch mode?


Top right corner, a rectangle with a tick on it will bring up batch options


Right but I can't see which option under restore I would pick. They all seem like template options that will run automatically none of which suit me without modification. Sorry if I am being dumb?


If you only want selected apps restored select the option that best suits (User/System/ALL) it will then show a list with all selected. Click on deselect all and reselect the ones you want restored, then tap the green tick :)



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  Reply # 786655 25-Mar-2013 13:31
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networkn:
sittingduckz:
networkn: In titanium backup pro, how do I restore say 20 apps and data, by batch mode?


Top right corner, a rectangle with a tick on it will bring up batch options


Right but I can't see which option under restore I would pick. They all seem like template options that will run automatically none of which suit me without modification. Sorry if I am being dumb?


If you only want selected apps restored select the option that best suits (User/System/ALL) it will then show a list with all selected. Click on deselect all and reselect the ones you want restored, then tap the green tick :)


Ah that was what I wanted. I thought it was going to work like that but I was worried in case it didn't.

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